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  Haruhisa Watanabe (JAPAN) finishes the 7 summits


Hello  EverestNews.com

Dream come true Anchorage time p.m. 3:30  June 12, 2004 Haruhisa Watanabe eventually got the top of the Mt. McKinley. At the result I achieved the seven summit, then my age was 22 years and 292 days old. Everyone thank you for supporting my dream.

My colleague Mr. Britton Keeshan who climbed the top of the Mt. Everest with me was the most youngest seven summits all of the world.

His record was 118 days less than me 22 years and 174 days old. Therefore at this moment Iím a second seven summits, most youngest in this Asia.

(1) KILIMANJARO

            Summit Day    September 20, 2002

(2)ACONCAGUA

            Summit Day    February 03, 2003

(3)ELBRUS

            Summit Day    June 11, 2003

(4)KOSCIUSKO

            Summit Day    July  01, 2003

(5)VINSON MASSIF

            Summit Day    January 14, 2004

(6)EVEREST

            Summit Day    May 24 , 2004

(7)DENALI

            Summit Day    June 12, 2004 

With best regards.

  Haruhisa Watanabe (JAPAN)

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