Colorado Man Sets Record For Pushing Peanut Up Mountain Using His Nose

A video of a Colorado man's unusual feat has gone viral online.

He pushed a peanut with his nose to the top of Pikes Peak, which is located at an altitude of 14,114 ft (4,302 meters) above sea level.

Bob Salem from the USA broke one of the most bizarre records in the world in the past few days. He became the fastest man to climb Pikes Peak in Colorado by pushing a peanut in front of him.

53-year-old Bob Salem is already the fourth person who managed to bring a peanut to the top of the mentioned mountain with the help of a nose. He set a new world record with an advantage of more than 24 hours.

He spent seven days climbing with a peanut in front of his nose, and he is extremely proud of his attempt. He completed most of the route at night, as during the day he was disturbed by other hikers who wanted to take pictures with him every five minutes. He used two dozen nuts to reach his goal, losing some along the way.
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