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Kami Rita Sherpa

Nepali mountain guide

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Kami Rita Sherpa, originally from Thame village in Nepal, was born 1970 and is a Nepali Sherpa guide who, since May 2018, has held the record for most ascents to the summit of Mount Everest. Most recently, he scaled the mountain for a 24th time on May 21, 2019 breaking his record of 23rd Mount Everest Summit on May 15, 2019. His father was among the first professional Sherpa guides after Everest was opened to foreign mountaineers in 1950. His brother, also a guide, scaled Everest 17 times.

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Sherpa breaks his own Mt. Everest record for 2nd time in a week

Kami Rita has reached the 29,035-foot peak in Nepal for the 24th time -- just one away from his own personal goal
CBS News - Published

Sherpa climbs Everest twice in a week, setting record 24 ascents

sherpa climbs everest twice in a week, setting record 24 ascents
Kami Rita Sherpa broke his own record, climbing the mountain for the second time in one week.
BBC News - Published

Videos for Kami Rita Sherpa

49 Year Old Sherpa Breaks His Own Record By Climbing Mt. Everest 24 Times [Video]49 Year Old Sherpa Breaks His Own Record By Climbing Mt. Everest 24 Times

CNN reports that a Nepalese man has broken his own record by climbing Mount Everest an unprecedented 24 times. 49-year-old Kami Rita Sherpa reached the summit at 6:38 am Tuesday, just days after..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:37Published

 

Sherpa breaks his own record for number of Mt. Everest ascents

Kami Rita has scaled the world's highest peak 23 times since first reaching the summit in 1994
CBS News - Published

Sherpa climbs Mount Everest for record 23rd time

sherpa climbs mount everest for record 23rd time
By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU, May 15 (Reuters) - A 49-year-old sherpa reached the top of Mount Everest for a 23rd time on Wednesday, creating a new record for the most summits of the world´s highest..
WorldNews - Published

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