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Dr Sundeep Dhillon - Climbing Leader

Sundeep is an important member of the Extreme Everest team. As Climbing Leader he will be responsible for climbing and safety on Everest and part of the small group making decisions on the mountain.

Sundeep holds degrees in Physiology and Medicine from Oxford and is currently working as a General Practitioner with an interest in Pre-Hospital Care.

In 2000 Sundeep was awarded the British Association of Immediate Care Schemes Medal by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Having a passion for climbing, Sundeep summited Everest in 1998, becoming the youngest person in the world to climb the Seven Summits.

Sundeep has had first-hand experience of extreme environments, from the mountains of Antarctica to the Sahara desert, were he completed the 140-mile Marathon des Sables desert ultra-marathon (2000).

In 2002, Sundeep was the Medical officer for the scientific diving expedition to Pitcairn Island, in the South Pacific for which he was awarded the British Sub Aqua Club Jubilee Trust award.

An accomplished climber, Sundeep has a book dedicated to him, called ?Cloud Sailors? written by Dr Hugh Montgomery.

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