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French Everest Expedition 2001

This expedition is lead by Bernard Muller, one of the famous French climbers and a Nepali mountaineer Iman Gurung. 

1. Yves ANCIAUX

2. Florence ODIN

3. Anna COLLET

4. Claude BLONDOT

5. MARMET Jacques

6. Zed AL REFAI

7. Guy CHARDINY

8. Jean Marc PORTE

9. Charles BELLOTA

10. Pierre PAPERON

11. Bernard MULLER (Leader)

 

Update 5/25/2001: The first members of the expedition summited on  05/22 (Bernard Muller, Guy Chardini and Anna Collet with 4 sherpas). Jean Marc Porte and Yves Anciaux summited Everest on the 05/23 at 10 PM with 3 sherpas. Jean Marc was a the top when Marco Siffredi snowboarded down to ABC in 2 hours and a half. They spent 30 minutes on the summit (-40°C). Jean Marc Porte had the time to take some photos of Marco Siffredi. They were very tired so they slept at 8200 meters. Yesterday they were finally at the ABC. The rest of the group didn't managed to get on the Summit as of them turned around at 8700 meters. Thomas Bianchin

 

Update 5/23/2001: I can confirm for you that yesterday Bernard Muller, Anna Collet and Guy Chardiny summit yesterday. 

 

I have some news from Jean Marc Porte, he summit this morning. Thanks Thomas Bianchin

They will attempt Everest from the Tibet side.

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