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Pakistan’s Syed Nabeel Hasan Rizvi Broke India’s World record for setting the longest number in four seconds

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Pakistan’s Syed Nabil Hasan Rizvi broke the Guinness World Record for setting the longest number in four seconds.

Nabeel’s coach, Sania Alam of the Futuristic Learning USA Institute, said Nabil memorised 30 random numbers in just four seconds and correctly remembered them in order.

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Nabil has broken the record previously set by an Indian in March 2022 by memorizing 28 numbers. “Nabil has been training his memory skills with me for many years,” he said. has also participated in various international brain games competitions, including the Memory Championship.

Sania said that Nabeel Jr. was the bronze medalist of the UK Memory Championship 2019 and the UK Mind Mapping Championship 2019.

Commenting on the big achievement, Nabeel said, “It feels great being able to break the barriers of your own mental capacity and to witness how impeccably fast the brain’s processing powers can be when properly trained.”

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Note that the longest number memorised in four seconds was 30, achieved by Nabeel on June 27 in Karachi, Pakistan.

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