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These guys just set a new record for the fastest journey around every single tube station

Isabelle Aron

For most of us, getting a seat and managing to successfully avoid any awkward eye contact is enough of a challenge on the tube, but not for these guys. Steve Wilson and Andy James have broken the record for the fastest journey around all 270 stations on the tube network – and not for the first time, either. They first broke the record back in 2009 and beat it again in 2011. Ever the overachievers, they've now smashed the previous world record from 2015, held by Ronan McDonald and Clive Burgess, and clocked up a total time of 15 hours and 45 minutes. We feel exhausted just thinking about it.

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