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"Alpari: On Top of the World" Heading to Australia

Publication Date: November 2, 2012

Dear Clients,

Ivan Dusharin, Lyudmila Korobeshko and Maxim Shakirov (from left)

Stage VI of "Alpari: On Top of the World" is already underway. This time, our team is in Australia to take on Mount Kosciuszko, one of the two summits remaining in Team Alpari's 300-day mountain-climbing marathon.

In case you haven't been following along, earlier this year, Alpari put together a team of three accomplished climbers – Lyudmila Korobeshko, Ivan Dusharin and Maxim Shakirov – and sent them off to climb the tallest mountain on each of the planet's seven continents (the Seven Summits) in record time. Team Alpari already made history earlier this year when Lyudmila became the first Russian woman to reach the summit of Everest twice.

Next Up – Australia

Australia is the smallest of the seven continents and, by most accounts, the flattest. At 2,228 meters in height, Mount Kosciuszko of the Australian Alps is the highest point on the entire continent, fairly paltry from the perspective of a skilled climber. For our trio, it is likely that the tight 5-day schedule and the jet lag after a 17-hour trip will provide more of a challenge than the mountain itself.

We wish our team the best of luck on their expedition and hope that they won't run into the thick fog that is characteristic of the Australian continent this time of the year. We are expecting to see some breathtaking video and pictures of the exotic Australian landscape... and, of course, of the Alpari flag atop the Australian continent. You can keep up with Team Alpari on the official "Team Alpari: On Top of the World" site.

Best Regards,
Alpari

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