A mother-of-three is aiming to make history by completing the gruelling North Pole Marathon. 
Huma Rahman, 55, wants to become the first British Muslim woman to conquer the extreme endurance challenge. 

The North Pole Marathon is renowned as one of the world's most extreme races, pushing participants to their limits amidst freezing temperatures, harsh winds, and unpredictable ice conditions. Spanning 26.2 miles (42.2 km), the marathon tests not only physical endurance but also mental resilience.

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Huma is fundraising for Medical Aid for Palestine, a cause close to her heart, while also raising awareness by proudly flying the Palestine flag at the top of the world. 

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She said: "I believe that through perseverance and a strong sense of purpose, we can achieve remarkable things. I hope my journey inspires others to push their boundaries and make a positive impact in the world."

The North Pole Marathon is notorious for its extreme climate, with temperatures plunging as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius. Participants navigate through a shifting ice floe, encountering ice ridges, pressure ridges, and open leads, all while maintaining focus and agility to avoid hazards and complete the course.

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