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Antony Jinman was born on 8 April, 1981 in Wembury, is a British polar explorer.

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OccupationBritish polar explorer
Age39 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born8 April 1981
Birthday8 April

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In 2014 Jinman skied 730 miles solo to the Geographic South Pole in just 46 days. Upon reaching the Pole on 17 January 2014, Jinman became only the 12th Briton to have achieved this feat.


In 2011, Jinman was awarded the honorary degree Doctor of Education from the University of the West of England.


In 2010, Jinman along with two teammates reached the geographic North Pole. Antony and his teammates, Eric Larsen and Darcy St Laurent skied and snow shoed (and sometimes swam) over 500 miles from Cape Discovery to the North Pole taking 51 days.


Baffin Island is the main hub of Jinman’s Arctic expedition work. His first trip to the Baffin Island was as part of a team that helped raise £180,000 for The Mitchemp Trust. In 2009 he travelled with two graduate students to the area. He has completed the 2010 Baffin Island Outreach Expedition, taking 8 graduate students.


Antony Jinman (born 8 April 1981) is a British polar adventurer.