Ryszard Kałaczyński, who became a local hero in 2015 when he got into the Guinness Book of Records for running 366 marathons in as many days, says he now wants to make his village ‘famous again’ by completing the staggering 100 Ironman Triathlon challenge.
Krzysztof Gajewski covered about 130 kilometres in his swim in a lake near Wrocław that began at 5 o’clock in the afternoon on Friday and finished at the same hour two days later.
Tomasz Ołdziejewski from the village of Szutowo on the Baltic coast, spent a month building his massive 1.5-metre-long replica of the Titanic ship to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the tragic event which saw it sinking after hitting an iceberg.
A Warsaw-based cyclist has just completed a 400-kilometre journey in four days through the wilds of Siberia despite temperatures as low as -60°C.
Along with the cold Valerjan Romanovski braved wolves and frozen roads as he cycled across the man-killing wilderness of Siberia.
The miniature Appaloosa called Bombel (meaning bubble) stands just 56.7 cm tall from hoof to shoulder blades, making him shorter than a greyhound.
Braving temperatures as low as -60 and a lack of oxygen the parachutists had to free fall for a whole two minutes before opening their chute.
Poland's southwestern city of Wroclaw saw its own Guinness World Record broken as 7,423 guitarists gathered on its market square in a successful attempt to break the record for the number of people simultaneously playing Jimmy Hendrix's 1960s hit song Hey Joe.
“The worst bit was falling head first at 240 km/h, but then the chute opens and you can just enjoy the view,” he said.
Overcoming cancer, deadly winds and mammoth icebergs, Polish sailing crew win Guinness World Record.