China's "prince of tightrope walking" has broken a world record after spending several hours a day for two months gingerly crossing a wire above Beijing's 'Bird's Nest' stadium.
Adili Wuxor, who has been walking about 12 miles a day on the tightrope strung across the National Stadium, finished his last performance on Friday, breaking the record for the longest period of mid-air walking. He walked more than five hours a day for 60 days.
A representative from Guinness World Records presented him with a certificate at a news conference.
"I'm very lucky to have this opportunity to walk in such an iconic structure," Mr Wuxor said. "It's not just a record for myself, but also a record for all Chinese people."
Chinese media have dubbed Mr Wuxor the "prince of tightrope walking".