Pakistani mountaineer Shahroz Kashif has achieved a major honor, holding the world record for being the youngest climber to climb K2 and Mount Everest.
Shahroz, also known as Broad Boy, set a world record by climbing two of the world’s highest mountains, Everest at 8849 meters and Everest at 8611 meters at the age of twenty-nine.
Shahruz was first included in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2021.
Alhamdulillah! I have been published in the Guinness book of world records 2023!
My achievement of being the youngest in the world to climb the world’s tallest peaks Everest and K2 has been recognized.
Thank you #GWR #TheKarakoramClub and my family and followers. pic.twitter.com/EjKKOPRHU5
— Shehroze Kashif (broadboy) (@Shehrozekashif2) October 31, 2022
After receiving this honor, Shahruz Kashif expressed his happiness on Twitter and wrote that Alhamdulillah! I have been included in the Guinness Book of World Records 2023, recognized as the youngest person to climb the world’s highest peaks, Everest and K2, on which I am grateful to my family, loved ones. Thank you guys and Guinness Book of World Records.