Waterlining World Record

WATER a way to celebrate your birthday, with an incredible 222 metre record-breaking walk on a rope across a very cold mountain lake. Most people are just happy blowing out a few candles but daredevil Mich Kemeter has celebrated his birthday in style with a world record. The 24-year-old has clinched the record for waterlining – walking the maximum distance on a tightrope above freezing vast bodies of water.

WATER a way to celebrate your birthday, with an incredible 222 metre record-breaking walk on a rope across a very cold mountain lake. Most people are just happy blowing out a few candles but daredevil Mich Kemeter has celebrated his birthday in style with a world record. The 24-year-old has clinched the record for waterlining - walking the maximum distance on a tightrope above freezing vast bodies of water.

WATER a way to celebrate your birthday, with an incredible 222 metre record-breaking walk on a rope across a very cold mountain lake. Most people are just happy blowing out a few candles but daredevil Mich Kemeter has celebrated his birthday in style with a world record. The 24-year-old has clinched the record for waterlining - walking the maximum distance on a tightrope above freezing vast bodies of water.

WATER a way to celebrate your birthday, with an incredible 222 metre record-breaking walk on a rope across a very cold mountain lake. Most people are just happy blowing out a few candles but daredevil Mich Kemeter has celebrated his birthday in style with a world record. The 24-year-old has clinched the record for waterlining - walking the maximum distance on a tightrope above freezing vast bodies of water.

WATER a way to celebrate your birthday, with an incredible 222 metre record-breaking walk on a rope across a very cold mountain lake. Most people are just happy blowing out a few candles but daredevil Mich Kemeter has celebrated his birthday in style with a world record. The 24-year-old has clinched the record for waterlining - walking the maximum distance on a tightrope above freezing vast bodies of water.