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Burning man: Adventurer loses 14lbs as he completes marathon in 40C Nambia without touching a drop of water. By Craig Mackenzie Updated: 16:17 GMT, 9 December 2011 He is known the world over as the Iceman, but now Wim Hof has run a marathon in baking heat - without drinking a drop of water.

Burning man: Adventurer loses 14lbs as he completes marathon in 40C Nambia without touching a drop of water

The Dutch daredevil who holds 18 world records for withstanding extreme cold, completed 26 miles in temperatures up to 40 Celsius atop Namibia's Sossusvle. He didn't touch a drop as he lost 5.2 litres of water and almost 14 pounds in weight, during the scorching run. Scorching run: Wim Hof completed a 26-mile marathon in the Namibian desert without drinking a drop of water Long distance runner: Wim Hof strides out under the unforgiving sun in temperatures up to 40 Celsius. Using his uncanny control of his core body temperature, Wim applied the same logic of keeping warm in ice to staying cool under the burning sun. The 52-year-old adventurer said: 'The run itself was very difficult and after around 10 miles my footwear had caused me bloody blisters which slowed down the pace dramatically. Appalachian Trail Conservancy - Home.

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