2 Vietnamese brothers set a record for climbing stairs The two men, who happen to acrobats, walked up 100 stairs together outside a Spanish cathedral. One brother was upside down with his head balancing on top of his brother's head.

2 Vietnamese brothers set a record for climbing stairs

2 Vietnamese brothers set a record for climbing stairs

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The two men, who happen to acrobats, walked up 100 stairs together outside a Spanish cathedral. One brother was upside down with his head balancing on top of his brother's head.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

There's nothing quite like quality time with family during the holidays. People have specific family traditions - like a special meal. Two Vietnamese brothers climbed the stairs. They went up 100 steps in a Spanish cathedral. This was special because one brother was upside-down, with his head balancing on top of his brother's head. They are acrobats. Do not try this at home. And the 100 steps broke the world record.

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