Swiss climber Dani Arnold has set a new speed record on the Grandes Jorasses in the Alps. Known for his fast and light ascents, Arnold was able to summit the 4208-meter (13,805 ft) peak in 2 hours and 4 minutes, besting the previous record held by Ueli Steck by 17 minutes. The video below takes us along for the riding, show us how Arnold was able to move up the mountain at lightning speed.
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