The group who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Steve Prescott Foundation are world record holders.
It was announced on Thursday night that the Spectrum Kilimanjaro climbers have made their way into the Guinness Book of World Records for the World’s Highest Altitude Rugby League game.
They played at Crater Camp at the height of 5752 metres last October during their climb.
Achieved in 18 October 2015, it’s a record that can officially never be beaten – so the team’s achievement will stand forever.
TotalRL would like to extend its congratulations to all who participated for doing Rugby League and Steve Prescott’s legacy proud.