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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYMendoza, Argentina - December 27, 2013+++SOUNDBITES PARTIALLY COVERED BY VO AND STILLS+++1. SOUNDBITE (English) Tyler Armstrong, Youngest person in recorded history to reach the summit of Aconcagua mountain: "my name is Tyler Armstrong. I'm from California and I am nine years old. I'm the youngest person ever to reach the summit.//I think it was the same as I thought - wasn't too hard and wasn't too easy. It's not like what you read in the internet how it's like a walk in the park. But then like when we reached the summit it was super-nice because i've always wanted to -- me and my dad got to reach the summit together so that really hit my heart because me and my dad both did it together. // Well, when I first went everybody was like, 'whoa, that's a nine year old up here?' because they don't expect a nine year old up on a mountain because most nine years olds my age usually play video games so they don't expect a nine year old climbing a 22,841 foot mountain.// I really want to point out that I only do climbing for one reason and one reason only. I do it for a muscular dystrophy called duchenne. // When I was seven and a half I went up and went to go climb Mount Whitney and I was the youngest ever to go climb that. And when I was eight I went and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. Next I would like to do Mount McKinley in Alaska."STORYLINE:A 9-year-old boy from Southern California has become the youngest person in recorded history to reach the summit of Argentina's Aconcagua mountain, which at 22,841 feet (6,962 meters) is the tallest peak in the Western and Southern hemispheres.Tyler Armstrong of Yorba Linda reached the summit on Christmas Eve with his father Kevin and a Tibetan sherpa, Lhawang Dhondup, who has climbed Mt. Everest multiple times. They were in fine spirits Friday as they left Aconcagua, whose sheer precipices and bitter cold have claimed more than 100 climbers' lives.Tyler had already climbed the 19,341-foot (5,895-meter) Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania at the age of 8, and with Aconcagua conquered, is determined to reach all "seven summits," the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.Next on Tyler's list is Mt. McKinley in Alaska, North America's tallest peak.