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He wrote: 'Congrats Fakhr-e-Alam for being Pakistan's first to circumnavigate the globe.
Fakhr is not just fulfilling his childhood dream but plans on breaking a few records on this journey, "If everything goes well, I will become the first Pakistani in the history of the world to circumnavigate the globe" he added.
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.
The Solar Impulse 2 (SI2) set off on its flight to circumnavigate the world, from Dubai.
The fundraiser was involved in the accident involving a blue Peugeot 206 on the A2990 near Chestfield, Kent, during his bid to circumnavigate the county in aid of the mental health charity MIND.
QTHE Earth spins anti-clockwise at around 1,000mph at the equator, so how long would it take for a jet, flying from east to west around the equator, to circumnavigate the globe completely?
Mike Hall, 31, has become the fastest person to circumnavigate the globe by bicycle.
WHILE the US may not yet issue him a visa, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi chose to circumnavigate the entry ban to reach out to the non- resident Gujaratis ( NRGs) settled in America on Sunday.
The Power Squadron offers top-notch courses in every state, both online and in the classroom, that can teach you the skills to circumnavigate the world, if you wish.
If he completes the three-month voyage, Mike Perham, aged 18, will become the first person to solo circumnavigate by both methods.
The brainchild of famed Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard, who circumnavigated the globe in a hot-air balloon in 1999, the next step of the project is to circumnavigate the globe by 2012.
He was 26 when he started from the same spot to become the first person to circumnavigate the globe without a motor or sails.