Pakistan’s Daniel Mehsud breaks India’s Guinness World Record

A young Pakistani breaks the Guinness World Record of India. Daniel Mehsud broke India’s Guinness World Record of Aman Chatterjee.

In one minute, India’s Aman Chatria made 37 nine-handed caps. Daniel from Pakistan established the record by completing 43 nine-handed caps in under a minute.

Daniel has now achieved his second Guinness World Record. He is a student of Irfan Mehsud, a Guinness World Record holder who has so far set 43 records.

He is a student of Guinness World Record holder Irfan Mehsud, who recently registered his 43rd record for the most number of push-ups in one minute (43) while carrying 100lbs weight.

Even before this, five of Irfan Mehsud’s students had their names entered into the Guinness Book of World Records. Irfan Mehsud Club has registered a total of 51 Guinness World Records.

Previously Aman Chattria, 20, had brought glory to Odisha by setting not one, but two world records in one go.

After doing the most kip-ups in one minute (47) and the most no-handed kip-ups in one minute (37), he was inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records.

Aman pursued his interest and achieved a tough assignment for which he had been practicing for over a year while pursuing BPharma at HiTech College of Bhubaneswar.

He was born in Bolangir and attended Kantabanji for his 10th and 12th grades. He then traveled to Bhubaneswar to finish his education.

Aman, a third-year BPharma student, attempted to break the record in March but was unsuccessful owing to a technical glitch. Taking his setback in stride, he redoubled his efforts to realize his dream.

courtesy: bolnews.com

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