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.
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