becomes youngest ever to climb tallest peaks on each continent
A Southern California teenager became the youngest person to successfully climb to the summit of the seven tallest mountains on Earth's seven continents, according to nike air jordan retro his website.
Jordan Romero, 15, called his mother Leigh Ann Drake on Saturday to confirm that he'd achieved his goal of reaching the top of Mt. Vinson Massif in Antarctica.
He's done it: Jordan Romero, 15, can't even drive a car, but he has climbed the highest peak on each of the seven continents, reaching the last on jordan 11 Christmas Eve
Mr Romero completes his climbs with his father and stepmother.
'It's my dream we are following to the highest points on every continent,' Jordan says on his blog.
'I know it's cheap air jordan shoes a big goal and lucky for me my family is supporting me every step of the way.'
At age 10, Romero climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro jordan retro shoes in Africa, and at age 13 he climbed the world's highest mountain, at 29,035 feet, Mt. Everest in Asia.
Young climber: Romero reached Mt Everest at age 13. He is picture here atop Mt. Elbrus in Russia
Mrs Drake declined further comment, saying the family is not seeking attention for the boy's achievement.
The Seven Summits are a holy grail for mountain climbers -- the seven tallest and most dangerous mountaintops in each of the seven continents.
They are: Mt. Everest in the Himalaya Mountains of Nepal and China; Mt. Aconcagua in the Andes Mountains of Argentina, elevation 22,841 feet; Mount McKinley in the Alaska Range, elevation 20,320 feet; Mt Kilimanjaro in the Kilimanjaro Mountains of Tanzania, elevation 19,340; Mt. Elbrus in the Caucasus Mountains of Russia, elevation 18,510; the aforementioned Mt. Vinson Massif in the Ellsworth Mountains of Antarctica, elevation 16,050 feet; and the Carstensz Pyramid in the Maoke Mountains of Indonesia, elevation 16,024.