Kenyan's interested in breaking the record of being the first to climb Mount Everest went through an interview process at the Hilton Hotel.
An interview panel that included the founder of of Expedition
Everest Toby Storie-Pugh and famous South African climber, Sibusiso Vilane grilled people who turned up at the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi on Wednesday.
Helen Kinuthia, a PE teacher was one of the candidates that
was interviewed. She was asked questions about survival
skills and physical physical fitness.
Expedition Everest is a campaign to raise $2 million for Flying Kites, an organization dedicated to providing world-class education to Kenya's most desperate children. In the spring of 2014, the team, including Kenya's first Everest summit candidate, will attempt to climb the world's highest mountain.
The successful applicant will be announced during a press conference later this month.
For more information visit Expedition Everest
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