This one is the stuff for history books. A Mexican mountaineer just bagged the Guinness World Records title for the fastest ascent of the world's top three highest mountain peaks with supplementary oxygen. Viridiana Álvarez Chávez completed the incredible feat in just one year and 364 days. She started with Mount Everest, followed by K2 and finished at Kangchenjunga in 2019. The previous record holder, Go Mi-Sun from South Korea, completed the ascent in two years and two days. What started as a simple challenge to exercise, made Viridiana summit three Himayalan giants! If you needed some motivation to conquer your fears, you have it right here.