Frozen records..!


To continue talking about this unique character, I would like to give you a little more information about the guinness records that he himself possesses.

It holds 26 world records, but I'll show you the ones that have caught my attention most.

On 16 March 2000 , Win Hof broke the guinness record for swimming the longest distance under the ice, with a distance of 57.5 meters.

He swam in a lake near Pello, in Finland, was recorded for a Dutch TV show.

On January 26, 2007 , Win Hof broke the record of running a barefoot half marathon on ice and snow with a chrono time of 2 hours, 16 minutes and 34 seconds.

Win Hof broke the world record for longest time in total contact with ice up to 16 times, with 1 hour, 42 minutes and 22 seconds on the January 23, 2009.

In 2007 , Win Hof climbed to an altitude of 7 200 meters on Mount Everest exclusively with shorts and slippers, but did not reach the summit because of a foot injury.

In February 2009 , Win Hof climbed to Mount Kilimanjaro in two days when he wore only shorts and sneakers.

In 2016 crowned Gilmans in Kilimanjaro with journalist Scott Carney in 28 hours, an event later documented in his book.

In September of that same year , ran a marathon in the Namibian desert without water, under the supervision of his doctor.

As far as I'm concerned this guy is a rebate of Thor, or some other Nordic god, lol.


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