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  Nasuh Mahruki

NASUH MAHRUKI ON TOP OF THE WORLD

As first reported: 1996 / 97

Nasuh Mahruki, the first Turkish alpinist to climb the highest mountain in the world Everest, does not come down. As part of the "Seven Peaks Project", this young ARTI member and mountain climber has scaled two of the most difficult summits; Aconcagua Mountain (6959 metres) in South America and Vinson Peak (4897 metres) in Antartica. By climbing these two mountains, Nasuh Mahruki has completed the 1995 part of the "Seven Peaks Project" which includes the highest mountains in the seven continents of the world: Mt.Everest in Asia (8848 m), Mt.McKinley (completed in June 1996) in North America (6194 m), Mt.Aconcagua in South America (6959 m), Mt.Kilimanjaro in Africa (5898 m), Elbrus Peak in Europe (5142 m) and Vinson Peak in Antarctica (4897 m).

'99 Update:

ARTI//Akut team member Nasuh Mahruki has become the youngest man, in history, to have climbed the tallest mountain, on every continent. During one of his Mt. Everest climbs he took part in the rescue on Mt. Everest. Rescue Chief of ARTI, Doug Copp, trained Nasuh and other members of AKUT, Mt. Rescue, to do Earthquake Rescue. During '98 an earthquake in Adana, Turkey the team saved 14 lives; including, a little boy. Doug, is the Rescue Chief of Akut and ARTI. Nasuh is the team spokesman and Memo Tansriver is the Turkish Team Leader. Saving lives can also be a worldwide adventure...

Image of Nasuh Mahruki during Camel Trophy

Nasuh Mahruki, Turkish team member, carrying spare gas cans to his team vehicle during the Camel Trophy in Borneo. Selim and Nasuh came in 2nd. in this worldwide competition to race through the jungle of Borneo

 
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