Spanish climber Kilian jornet has set a new world record by climbing to the summit of Everest on the Northern slope in just 26 hours without special equipment and an oxygen mask.
About it writes on Tuesday, may 23, British tabloid the Daily Mail, citing a team of climber.
The article notes that this record is not the first biography of 29-year-old climber. He is faster than all previously climbed Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro, the Matterhorn and Denali.
Note that this record has not yet been confirmed officially – hornet is still in the mountains, and the fact of raising to the pinnacle of power after certify the return, based on GPS information.
Recall that the world record listed in the Guinness Book of records, has established the Italian climber Hans Kammerlander, who has reached the summit of mount Everest in just 16 hours and 45 minutes. However, hornet argues that Kammerlander, started its ascent from the base camp located higher than Everest Base Camp.