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Charity and survival march through Germany - Sidney Dingert


Description: Sidney Dingert.jpgSidney Dingert wants to walk 900 km across Germany to help young girls in Africa.

On Saturday, 2nd August, extreme athlete Sidney Dingert is going to start his survival and charity march through Germany. Within 14 days he wants to walk from Wilhelmshaven to the top of the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain. That means he has to walk more than 60 km per day.

Like Steven Rau, who set the world record of 15 days and 3 hours one year ago, he will be all by himself, will sleep outdoors, will drink water from lakes and rivers and only eat what nature provides.
All the money Sidney raises through his Trans Germany survival march will be donated to Rüdiger Nehberg’s human rights organization TARGET that fights female genital mutilation in Africa and will support the construction of a maternity clinic in the Danakil Desert.

Robert will be tracked with SPOT Trace, Globalstar’s latest satellite tracking device, which comes with tracking intervals ranging from 2.5 to 60 minutes.

Thanks to GPS-LIVE-TRACKING, his adventure is tracked and can be followed live on //www.gps-live-tracking.com/deutschlandmarsch .

Further information on Sidney Dingert’s Trans Germany march can be found on www.androgon.com or www.target-nehberg.de.


Description: Sidney Dingert.jpgSidney Dingert wants to walk 900 km across Germany to help young girls in Africa.

On Saturday, 2nd August, extreme athlete Sidney Dingert is going to start his survival and charity march through Germany. Within 14 days he wants to walk from Wilhelmshaven to the top of the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain. That means he has to walk more than 60 km per day.

Like Steven Rau, who set the world record of 15 days and 3 hours one year ago, he will be all by himself, will sleep outdoors, will drink water from lakes and rivers and only eat what nature provides.
All the money Sidney raises through his Trans Germany survival march will be donated to Rüdiger Nehberg’s human rights organization TARGET that fights female genital mutilation in Africa and will support the construction of a maternity clinic in the Danakil Desert.

Robert will be tracked with SPOT Trace, Globalstar’s latest satellite tracking device, which comes with tracking intervals ranging from 2.5 to 60 minutes.

Thanks to GPS-LIVE-TRACKING, his adventure is tracked and can be followed live on //www.gps-live-tracking.com/deutschlandmarsch .

Further information on Sidney Dingert’s Trans Germany march can be found on www.androgon.com or www.target-nehberg.de.