Friday, March 1, 2024

Young Pakistani Boy Noman Beats Indian Athlete to Enter Guinness World Records

Noman Mehsud, a talented young athlete from Waziristan, Pakistan, has broken the Guinness World Record previously held by Indian athlete Himanshu. Mehsud achieved an incredible 32 kap-ups in just 30 seconds, surpassing Himanshu’s record of 28 kap-ups within the same time frame set earlier this year.

The Guinness Book of World Records has officially recognized Mehsud’s remarkable achievement in martial arts and confirmed it through email. In interviews, Mehsud humbly expressed his feelings, considering this accomplishment as a significant milestone in his young life.

He is determined to continue pursuing more world records, aiming to bring pride and honor to his country and region.

Mehsud recognizes the importance of government support and remains hopeful that with their assistance, he can make further progress in the field of martial arts.

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