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Kane, who now plans to learn how to fly a plane and circumnavigate the globe in the air, went through some challenging trials during the epic trip.
Kane Avellano,who beat the world record as the youngest person to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle, in the Pyrenees
Produced and directed by Michael Sheridan with camerawork by Paul Holohan the programme charts the progress of a group of motorcyclists as they set off from Joe Duffy's BMW dealership in Dublin and circumnavigate Ireland in just one weekend in aid of Our Lady's Hospital for sick children in Crumlin.
Fullerton, 70, associate director of flight operations at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, recalled two famous ships called Columbia: the space shuttle that he piloted on its third mission in 1982 and the sailing ship Columbia, the first American ship to circumnavigate the globe in 1790 and the one that discovered the Columbia River two years later.
Bethune hopes to circumnavigate the globe in a record-breaking 65 days.
The first woman ever to circumnavigate the globe was Jeanne Baret, from France, in 1766.
Three New Zealanders have become the first to circumnavigate South Georgia by sea kayak.
In January 1971, the Robertson family set sail from England in an attempt to circumnavigate the globe; eighteen months later in the middle of the Pacific, their 43-foot schooner Lucette was holed by killer whales and sank.
She will know how to circumnavigate the documentation maze in a sublease consent process.
When the day comes about Cathay will no doubt suggest to the Guinness Book of World Records' that an inspector takes the opportunity to circumnavigate the world with one airline and probably one aircraft in a time we estimate of around 42 hours (16 hours, 8 hours + 12 hours and say 3 hours at each stop).
William Dampier was the first man to circumnavigate the world three times during his lifetime, which spanned the years 1651 to 1715.