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  • The Seven Second Summits are the second highest mountains of each of the seven continents. All of these mountain peaks are separate peaks rather than a sub-peak of the continents' high point. Austrian Christian Stangl became the first person to successfully climb the "Second Seven Summits". http://www.8000ers.com/cms/en/news-mainmenu-176/1-latest/304-kammerlanderstangl-second-and-third-seven-facts.html He climbed twelve possible candidates for the "Second Seven Summits" quest to exclude any errors and to satisfy all geographers. He finished the quest at January 15th 2013 and was certified by Guinness World Records September 17th 2013. http://skyrunning.at/en/content/drei-rekorde-fuer-stangl-london Further he became the first person to complete the “Third Seven Summits” and as a successful “Seven Summiteer”, he became the first person to complete the “Triple Seven Summits” quest, the three highest mountains of each continent. https://www.thebmc.co.uk/christian-stangl-completes-the-triple-seven-summits http://www.trekandmountain.com/austrian-climber-conquers-triple-seven-summits/ Wikipedia

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