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May 9, 1985 |
Tasi Nam, Gaurisankar-5, Dolakha
|Education||Bachelor's Degree, Wuhan University|
|Occupation||Mountaineer, Expedition guiding company director|
Temba Tsheri Sherpa (Nepali: तेम्बा छिरी) is a Sherpa from Rolwaling Valley, Dolkha, Nepal. On May 23, 2001, at the age of 16 years, he became the youngest person to climb Mount Everest. He held the record of being the youngest successful climber until Jordan Romero achieved the ascent of Mount Everest on May 22, 2010. Romero was 13 years.
The youth, who was still in school, lost five fingers to frostbite while attempting to climb from the south side in 2000. He made his successful ascent from the north side (Tibet) of Mount Everest in 2001. Temba was climbing with the International Everest Expedition.
In an interview in 2015 he noted that he had lost friends, equipment, and houses due to the 2015 Nepal earthquakes.
- CBS News /AP (22 May 2010). "13-Year-Old Reaches Top of Mt. Everest: Jordan Romero". CBS News Interactive. CBS News. Retrieved 7 April 2015.
- "Record Climbs". Nepali Times. Nepali Times: Issue #45. 1 June 2001. Retrieved 7 April 2015.
- Stefan Nestler. "Temba Tsheri Sherpa: "I lost my business"". Adventure Sports: interview. Retrieved 12 November 2015.
- Kathmandu Post: When it comes rolling (Article written by Temba Tsheri Sherpa 29 May 2015)
- Kathmandu Post: The Saddest Season (quote from Temba Tsheri Sherpa on 30 May 2014)
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