A disabled man from St Neots plans to become the first to travel across Europe's largest glacier and all on a snow kite.
Sean Rose and his team are heading out Iceland to compete in the challenge in April.
Sean, who lives in St Neots broke his back in a skiing accident 13 years ago, since then he's become a World Champion Water Skier, Winter X-Games medalist and double Paralympian.
This latest challenge is to raise money for Wings for Life who's mission is to find a cure for spinal cord injuries.
– Sean Rose, disabled athlete
"You've always got to look for that next challenge in life. It's never been done before. I needed to get my teeth into it. We worked on the equipment I needed, there were so many challenges involved, it hit every button for me"
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