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Denivelation

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Boguslaw Ogrodnik is the world record holder for denivelation

noun - Denivelation in caving is the difference in level (depth) between two parts of a cave system, usually the highest and lowest known point. Depth is the distance between the cave entrance and the lowest known point reached. denivelation is less than or equal to depth.

Denivelation in hiking or cycling is the difference in level between the highest and lowest part of the track, regardless of starting or ending point.

World Record

Boguslaw Ogrodnik from Wrocław, Poland is the world record holder for denivelation at 9,011 meters; he scaled Mount Everest to 8,848 meters and dove to 163 meters in the Blue Hole in Sinai, Egypt.

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