Kyrgyzstani Eduard Kubatov entered the Guinness Book of Records

President of the Federation of Mountaineering and Rock Climbing of the Kyrgyz Republic Eduard Kubatov was included in the Guinness Book of Records. Ex-CEO of KTRK Ilim Karypbekov reported this on his Facebook page.

“News that he himself doesn’t know about, but I found out three days ago, but I was waiting for his return from rotation. He recently returned and is now in the Everest base camp, resting and does not even suspect that Guinness World Records recently registered his world record – Kubatov Eduard Zhumakadyrovich is the oldest person in the history of climbing Manaslu Peak to the top – 8 thousand 163 meters without oxygen! — noted Ilim Karypbekov.


Let us remind you that Kyrgyzstani Eduard Kubatov conquered the highest peak on Earth – Mount Everest on May 23, 2021. He is interested in mountaineering. On February 3, 2013, the mountaineering expedition of which he was a member planted the flag of Kyrgyzstan on Mount Aconcagua in South America.

Eduard Kubatov is the second Kyrgyzstani who managed to conquer Everest. The first was Dmitry Grekov in 1997.




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