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    Krzysztof Drabik Conquers Mount Kilimanjaro to Help African Children

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    Krzysztof Drabik, a native of Bytom, has once again demonstrated his big-heartedness with an extraordinary feat. Notably, he recently broke the Guinness World Record by successfully scaling Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa. This remarkable achievement served a dual purpose, as it also raised funds for the treatment of African children battling autism and cerebral palsy.

    This is not the first time Drabik has impressed the world with his daring endeavors. In 2017, he embarked on a bottle juggling challenge, walking from Świnoujście to Gdańsk, covering a distance of 500 kilometers in just ten days. The funds raised during this journey were allocated towards the construction of Kenya’s first rehabilitation center.

    Juggling through Landmarks

    Drabik’s passion for juggling took him to new heights, quite literally. In a breathtaking display of skill and determination, he juggled his way up the ten tallest buildings in Warsaw, encompassing a staggering 404 floors, within a span of five hours. Furthermore, he accomplished the highest juggling performance in Europe atop Mont Blanc.

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