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[VIDEO] Manipur’s 7-Year-Old Skating Prodigy Does the Physically Impossible & Breaks a World Record

[VIDEO] Manipur’s 7-Year-Old Skating Prodigy Does the Physically Impossible & Breaks a World Record

A 7-year-old boy from Manipur, Tiluck Keisam, has broken a Guinness World Record for limbo skating. Watch him do the physically impossible in this video.

A young Indian boy has set a new world record in limbo skating. 7-year-old Tiluck Keisam broke the Guinness World Record for “Farthest Distance Limbo Skating Under Bars” on December 20 at Delhi’s Siri Fort Stadium.

Tiluck achieved this incredible feat even though he only started skating two years ago.

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He broke the previous record of 50 metres when he covered a distance of 116 metres in 31.86 seconds. What made this even more incredible was the fact that the cans were set at a height of 28 cm, lower than the regulation 35 cm.

Tiluck, who is a student of Class 2, has so far racked up a total of 42 medals from different competitions.

On breaking the Guinness record, Tilack said, “This is my dream and it has come true so I feel very happy.”

His parents are Keisam Ricky and Pravabati Takhellambam. He trains under Coach Rohtash Dinodia.

His record-breaking feat also included a U-turn. Watch the video to see him perform this physically breathtaking accomplishment:

Earlier in 2015, Tiluck earned himself a place in the Limca Book of Records. He has now set his sights on an Olympic medal.

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