Australian, 37, becomes youngest person to climb tallest mountain and volcano on every continent.
Adventurer Daniel Bull is the youngest person ever to climb all Seven Summits as well as the Seven Volcanic Summits in an incredible feat which took over a decade to complete.
“It actually started with a childhood dream of reaching the very top of the world,” Bull told 7 News.
“When I finally achieved that after years of hard work, sacrifice and training, I truly believed anything was possible.
“So I set my sights on really following the passion and breaking that world record.”
He revealed Antarctica was the most memorable trek because it was so isolated.
“I think reaching Antarctica and becoming the first Australian to climb the highest volcano on the frozen continent was pretty damn daunting,” Bull told the media outlet.
The daredevil, who is also a motivational speaker, then set his sights on other firsts, following his amazing accomplishment with another two Guinness World Records.
The first was kayaking on the highest altitude lake on the planet and then going back again – against medical advice – to become the first person to swim through the freezing cold waters.
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