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COURTESY OF CHAD KELLOGG
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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Seattle climber aims to set speed record on Everest, and honor fallen wife

Chad Kellogg attacked the highest mountain on the planet his own way. He negotiated steep ice falls without crampons, navigated ladders over deep crevasses, even refused oxygen in the thin air of Mount Everest's "Death Zone" - all in remembrance of the woman who relished the thrill of climbing as much as he did.