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Austrian Man Breaks World Record for Standing in Box of Ice

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Austrian Man Breaks World Record for Standing in Box of Ice

Austrian Man Breaks World Record for Standing in Box of Ice

An Austrian extreme athlete broke his own world record by spending over two and a half hours completely submerged in ice.

Josef Koeberl managed to stay two hours, 30 minutes and 57 seconds inside a custom-made box filled with more than 20kg of ice.

Koeberl surpassed his previous record for full-body contact with ice of two hours, eight minutes and 47 second, set by himself last year.

Report by Avagninag.

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