Credit by Two unfathomably-strong Vietnamese brothers have smashed the record for the Most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing a person on the head © Guinness World Records
Vietnamese Brothers Break World Record by Climbing Stairs in Head-to-head Balancing Act
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Vietnamese Brothers Break World Record by Climbing Stairs in Head-to-head Balancing Act

Two Vietnamese circus artists and brothers, Giang Quốc Nghiệp and Giang Quốc Cơ broke the world record for the most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing a person on the head in Girona, Spain, announced the Guinness World Records last week.

Two Vietnamese brothers have smashed the Guinness World Record for the Most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing a person on the head. Image: Asia One
Two Vietnamese brothers have smashed the Guinness World Record for the Most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing a person on the head. Image: Asia One
The professional performers more than tripled the previous record of 25 stairs that was set by Tang Tao and Su Zengxian (China) back in 2014. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/vietnamese-brothers-break-world-record-climbing-stairs-head-head-balancing-act#xtor=CS3-17. Image: Asia One
The professional performers more than tripled the previous record of 25 stairs that was set by Tang Tao and Su Zengxian (China) back in 2014. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/vietnamese-brothers-break-world-record-climbing-stairs-head-head-balancing-act#xtor=CS3-17. Image: Asia One

The two artists scaled 90 stairs of Saint Mary's Cathedral in 52 seconds. "They make the impressive challenge look almost effortless," said the Guiness World Records.

The same steps were made popular by Game of Thrones, which featured them as the exterior of the Sept of Baelor in King’s Landing. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/vietnamese-brothers-break-world-record-climbing-stairs-head-head-balancing-act#xtor=CS3-17. Image: Asia One
The same steps were made popular by Game of Thrones, which featured them as the exterior of the Sept of Baelor in King’s Landing. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/vietnamese-brothers-break-world-record-climbing-stairs-head-head-balancing-act#xtor=CS3-17. Image: Asia One

"We have been rehearsing this skill for 15 years," World Records quoted Nghiệp as saying. "I have sometimes thought that I could not continue any longer, but we continue to go forward and overcome fear and danger," he added.

"I want to prove to everyone in the world that human possibilities are endless." The previous record of 25 stairs was achieved by Tang Tao and Su Zengzian in 2014. 


Source : Asia One

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