7-year-old Indian boy creates world record in limbo skating

7-year-old Indian boy creates world record in limbo skating

Tiluck Keisam has done India proud by creating a world record in the ‘Farthest Distance Limbo Skating Under Bars’

Tiluck Keisam, a 7-year-old boy whose parents are based in Manipur, has done India proud by creating a world record in the ‘Farthest Distance Limbo Skating Under Bars’.  The event took place  on 20th December at Delhi’s Siri Fort Stadium.

While the previous record was of covering 50 metres in 31.87 seconds with cones and bars set at a height of 28 cm from ground level, Keisam covered 116 metres. Without cones and bars, he covered 144.7 metres in 56.01 seconds.

Tiluck is a class two student of Bluebells School International in Delhi. He has been skating since 2013. He has won 42 medals and many certificates so far.

His name has appeared in the Limca Book of Records and he has also displayed his talent in a reality TV show.

There are plans to send the video of his record-breaking feat to the Guinness Book Of World Records authorities.

(Pic courtesy and inputs: ANI)

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Written by

Avinash Iyer

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