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Steven Plain: Fastest time to climb the Seven Summits – Meet the Record Breakers

Steven Plain: Fastest time to climb the Seven Summits - Meet the Record Breakers



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In December 2014 a freak swimming accident left Steven Plain unable to walk. Four years later, he achieved the record for the fastest time to climb the Seven Summits including Carstensz (male), ascending and descending a total of 910.82 km in just 117 days 6 hours 50 minutes.

Steven’s achievement led to him being the face of the launch of Guinness World Records Day 2019, encouraging people to sign up and attempt records on Thursday 14 November. Read more: http://bit.ly/GWRDay

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  1. In December 2014 a freak swimming accident left Steven Plain unable to walk. Four years later, he achieved the record for the fastest time to climb the Seven Summits including Carstensz (male), ascending and descending a total of 910.82 km in just 117 days 6 hours 50 minutes.

    Steven's achievement led to him being the face of the launch of Guinness World Records Day 2019, encouraging people to sign up and attempt records on Thursday 14 November. Read more: http://bit.ly/GWRDay

  2. I lived on a mining town near pyramid and it's pretty hard to get access to the summit because theres a copper mine like litterally on the left of the summit

  3. Fastest time to climb the seven summits

  4. Now that’s a world record

  5. Beyler türk varmı🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿👋👋👋🦅🦅🦅🖤🖤🖤🕌🕌🕌⚽⚽⚽

  6. A like FOR THIS CHANNEL ….PLEASE….AMAZING JOB

  7. This isnt popular anymore

  8. Why i can't sign in to the page of GW It's shows server error…

  9. This is a genuinely awesome record

  10. Pa cuando la taza de cafe mas grande del mundo?

  11. He could’ve gotten 2 records if he went for the highest game of connect four :0

  12. That's incredeble. Awesome

  13. Great job man really proud

  14. i have bit goals in life as well – getting 1000 damages in 1 game in Apex Legends

  15. I want to do world record the youngest mountaineer of kanchanjungha

  16. I hope his wastes aren't decorating the world 7 summits too

  17. The mountains are so warm in the top

  18. 22nd comment 123 like and 885 view

  19. wow so beautiful and hard

  20. This is the first vid I've been on early

  21. I am from nepal you can get a guy who climb 14peaks more than8000 in just 7months in nepal search in youtube you can get about him .

  22. awesome. congratulations

  23. If a goat climbs a mountain, does that make him a hill billy.

  24. Nims dai from Nepal is going to break this record soon.

  25. In diciembrw 2014 wuau like xd susceibanc a mi canal perr@@s

  26. How love Guinness video like plz

  27. Like si también te gusto el video

  28. Impressive. Like🤙🏻🤙🏻

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