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Helen Skelton has set a new solo kayaking world record

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Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton has tripled the Guinness World Record for the longest solo journey by kayak as she reached the half-way stage in her epic journey along the Amazon for Sport Relief.

The existing Guinness World Record, set in 2006, stands at 326.98 miles - but Skelton has clocked up more than 1,000 miles in just three weeks as she battles through her adventure.

Organisers say the plucky 26-year-old has also set a new Guinness World Record for the longest distance in a kayak in 24 hours by a woman by paddling her way through 75 miles of Amazonian waters in one day.

Evidence of both feats is being sent to Guinness World Records for final verification.

Helen said of her tough challenge: "One thousand miles down, one thousand miles to go. I know I've got a lot of hard work still to do but at least I am closer to the end than the beginning now.

"Every single day here is tough so all I can do is take each one at a time and get through it. I have been suffering with the heat, my shoulders are sore and my legs are covered in mosquito bites but I'm battling on."

Helen set off on January 20 near Nauta in Peru, and is aiming to finish 2,010 miles downstream at Almerim in Brazil. She is paddling around 60 miles a day to reach the target in just six weeks and has just one rest day a week.

A statement from Guinness World Records said: "We hope to ratify both these records as quickly as possible to recognise this fantastic achievement".
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world's tallest horse - Poe the Clydesdale

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Poe the Clydesdale may be the world’s tallest horse – and owner Shereen Thompson wants the Guinness Book of World Records to confirm it.

Miss Thompson, who owns a farm in Tupperville, Ontario, measured 10-year-old Poe at 20.2 hands – or 80.8 inches.

The current world record holder, Remington, from Princeton in Texas, measures a mere 80 inches.

Miss Thompson, herself just 5ft 3in, said: “We want to get the Guinness guys here as soon as possible.

“We have known for a while that he could be the tallest horse in the world, we just need to get the official documents that the people in London want to see.

“Poe is 20.2 hands and I know that Remington is 80 inches tall, so that means that Poe has him beat.”

Poe weighs 3000lb (1.5 tons), stands 10 feet tall with head raised, and consumes two bales of hay, 10lb of grain and 75 gallons of water each day.

The huge Clydesdale used to work as a dray horse in London, Ontario, pulling a cart filled with crates of beer. Now Miss Thompson displays the equine giant to amazed onlookers.

She said: “We take him to fairs across Lambton County.

“He is extremely popular, but his size always means people keep a cautious distance from him - although they shoudn't, as he is a real puppy.

“But he does sometime forget his strength and drags me along if he wants to play or go chasing something that has caught his attention.”

Source: telegraph
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