ALERT: A New World Record by Three Indian Women Has Been Set in Switzerland

India's Aanchal Thakur, a well-known Alpine Skier, Shibani Gharat, a fitness enthusiast and experienced marathon runner, Charmi Dedhia, and UNICEF Ambassador Eva Rose were spotted at the event . The ladies team banded together on June 17, 2022 to set a new world record: The Longest Womens Rope Team on the 4164 meter high mountain Breithorn in Switzerland .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) (India) (BusinessWire India) (BusinessWire India) (India) June 23: Switzerland hosted a never-before-seeded feat that brought together 82 women of influence from 25 countries to create a new female chapter in the history of what is now a largely male-dominated sport.The ladies team banded together on Friday, June 17, 2022 to set a new world record: The Longest Womens Rope Team on the 4164 meter high mountain Breithorn in Switzerland.Three of the most popular Indian women were spotted at this mega event: Aanchal Thakur, a well-known Alpine Skier; Shibani Gharat, a fitness enthusiast and experienced marathon runner; and Charmi Dedhia from Mumbai; Vaimalama Chaves, a Swedish-Norwegian singer, and UNICEF Ambassador Eva Rose; and Korean actress Lee Si-young, a member of the 100 percent Women initiative launched by Switzerland Tourism The collaboration between the Swiss Mountain Guides Association and world-renowned experts in womens mountaineering is a first of its kind, and I am grateful to Switzerland for inviting me and my fellow Indians to represent our country and join this incredible group of women.It was an overall fantastic trip, the whole place at the summit was so brimming with positivity and enthusiasm.

I am proud of the fact that I was a small part of this amazing crew that made history with this world record.I would like to give a big thumbs up to Switzerland for promoting the 100% Women campaign, and I hope that this will inspire many more women to get out of their comfort zone and explore the great outdoors, both now and in the future, Aanchal Thakur said after the climb.Out of the 82 positions, ten were left open to everyone.Anyone from around the world that has the required basic fitness level to complete the ascent could apply online in advance for one of ten spots.

I hope that this initiative would reach many women all around the world, and especially in India, so that they are inspired to get out there and explore the great outdoors, especially the mountains, because mountains only inspire, they don't discriminate, according to Shibani Gharat, another key part of the Indian contingent.I would not have missed this opportunity for the rest of the world!My time on this all-woman adventure was nothing short of remarkable!The pictures from the top of the peak took me by surprise.

To make this project a success, Switzerland Tourism (ST) has partnered with the Swiss Mountain Guides Association, Saas-FeeSaas Valley Tourism, outdoor equipment supplier Mammut, and the Grand Hotel and Spa Walliserhof to offer this unique challenge in the beautiful Swiss AlpsDetailed information:-A booklet featuring 11 multi-day tours led by female guides.