race to the south pole -georgina and joyce By aishklib Sep 1, 1909 Amundsen charted the Norwegian ship Fram Amunssen the charted the Norwegian ship Fram and pretended to go on a North Pole expedition while secretly planning for the South Pole. Sep 1, 1909 Robert F Scott announces his second South Pole expedition. Scott announces his second South Pole expedition. Period: Sep 1, 1909 to Dec 31, 1913 Race to the South Pole Jun 15, 1910 Roberts F Scott sailed from England to New Zealand. Scott sailed from England to New Zealand. Aug 9, 1910 Roald Admundsen left Oslo Admundsen and his crew left Oslo on a ship called Fram Sep 9, 1910 Roald Admundsen docked in Spain Fram docked at Maderia in Spain, and sent a telegram to Scott telling him he was heading to the South Pole Nov 29, 1910 Robert F Scott left New Zealand Scott and his crew left New Zealand on the Terra Nova Jan 4, 1911 Robert F Scott built new winter quarters were built. Scott's old hut on Ross Island was blocked by ice, so new winter quarters were built. Jan 14, 1911 Roald Admundsen reached Antarctica. Admundsen and his crew reached Antarctica. Jan 30, 1911 Roald Admundsen built the wooden hut Admundsen's team built the wooden hut they brought with them which they named Framheim, after their ship. Oct 19, 1911 Roald Admundsen Set off to South Pole Amdmundsen's team of five men and 52 dogs set of on the race to the South Pole Nov 1, 1911 Robert F Scott left to South Pole Robert F Scott Left on the race to the South Pole Nov 5, 1911 Roald Admunsen reached their last depot Roald Admunsen reached their last depot, 772km from the South Pole Nov 9, 1911 Roald Admundsen made a new depot Roald Admundsen created a new supply depot for the return journey, they had 42 dogs to pull 4 sleds. Nov 11, 1911 Roald Admundsen climbed an unexplored mountain. Roald Admundsen climbed an unexplored 3000m mountain glacier in very good weather. Admundsen named the mountain after the Norwegian Queen, Maud. Dec 9, 1911 Robert F Scott shot the tired and frozen ponies Robert F Scott shot the tired and frozen ponies, some men were snow blinded and some fell in crevasses Dec 14, 1911 Roald Admundsen reached the South Pole Roald Admundsen and the team eached the South Pole Jan 3, 1912 Robert F Scott chose 5 explorers to accompany him. Scott chose fellow explorers Edward Wilson, Lawrence Oats Edgar Evans and Henry Bowers to accompany him. Jan 17, 1912 robert f scott they reached the south pole only to realise they had been beaten by amundsen by 33 days Jan 25, 1912 Roald Admundsen returned. Roald Admundsen returned to Bay of Whales, healthy and excited. Feb 13, 1912 Robert F Scott Evans died A delirious Evans died Mar 7, 1912 Roald Admundsen arrived in Hobart Roald Admundsen arrived in HObart, Tasmania to announce victory Mar 17, 1912 Robert F Scott Oates limped out of the tent into a raging blizzard Oates limped out of the tent into a raging blizzard saying: " I'm just going outside and could be some time", he did not return Mar 29, 1912 Robert F Scott wrote his second to last entry. Mar 30, 1912 Robert F Scott wrote his last diary entry He wrote "For gods sake, look after our people" Mar 31, 1912 Robert F Scott wrote his last diary entry Scotts last diary entry read: " For gods sake look after our people "