Oregon man wins epic race across Antarctica

An Oregon man, Colin O’Brady, took a 54-day journey — dragging a 400-pound sled — across Antarctica, walking 12-hour days in 90-minute increments. O’Brady overtook British Army captain Louis Rudd in the first few days. After reaching the South Pole on Dec. 12, he picked up the pace, often traveling over 200 miles a day or a total 932 miles. CBS News’ Dana Jacobson reports.

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