Jade Hameister is an Australian woman who, at age 14, became the youngest person in history to pull off the 'polar hat-trick', skiing to the North Pole, the South Pole, and crossing the second largest polar ice cap on the planet – Greenland. These three missions saw Hameister cover over 1,300 km. Her "Polar Quest" expeditions have been captured as part of a National Geographic feature-length documentary which will document both her Greenland and her upcoming South Pole expedition. The film is due for release mid-2018.
|Known for:||Youngest person to ski to the North Pole, anywhere outside the last degree. Youngest woman to cross Greenland icecap.|
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About Jade Hameister
Skier who, at age 16, became the youngest person ever to complete the so-called "polar hat trick," which includes skiing to the North and South Pole as well as crossing Greenland. Her journey was filmed by National Geographic for a feature-length documentary.
She hails from Melbourne, Australia. She completed the trek to Everest Base Camp at age 12.
She is passionate about climate change awareness and delivered TEDx talks in 2016 and 2017.
Her parents are Vanessa and Paul Hameister.
She was interviewed on Megyn Kelly TODAY as part of the show's "Teen Titans" series.
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- Female polar explorers
- Australian explorers
- Explorers of the Arctic