HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/COURTESY OF PEMBA DORJE SHERPA" Nepalese nine-year old climber Tseten Sherpa unfurls a Nepalese national flag on ... more 
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/COURTESY OF PEMBA DORJE SHERPA" Nepalese nine-year old climber Tseten Sherpa unfurls a Nepalese national flag on top of Mount Ramdung on November 3, 2010. The child's father Pemba Dorje Sherpa, who holds the record for the fastest ascent of Everest, recently scaled the 6,000-metre (19,700-foot) Mount Ramdung in eastern Nepal with his son Tseten Sherpa as part of their training to make the 9-year old the youngest person to climb Mount Everest. AFP PHOTO/COURTESY OF PEMBA DORJE SHERPA (Photo credit should read COURTESY OF PEMBA DORJE SHERPA/AFP/Getty Images) less 
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