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Up to his neck in it: 'Ice man' sets immersion world record in France

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Frenchman Romain Vandendorpe sets a world record for sitting immersed in ice cubes for the longest time, enduring the extreme challenge to raise money for childhood cancers. The 34-year-old health worker remained buried up to his neck in ice in a plexiglass cabin for two hours, 35 minutes and 43 seconds, breaking the previous record by 40 minutes in the northern French town of Wattrelos.

Added on the 20/12/2020 18:26:03 - Copyright : AFP EN

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