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VIDEO: 8-Years-Old Delhi Boy Tiluck Keisam Breaks Guinness World Record Again In Limbo Skating

An eight year old boy from Delhi has raised the head of India with his new world record.

The son of Keisam Ricky and Pravabati Takhellambam originally from Manipur, Tiluck Keisam is an amazing Limbo skater.

Tiluck has broken his own record in roller skating and has registered a Guinness World Record by creating a new record.

 

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He won again a new Guinness World record of 145m Limbo skating in just a single run of 56.01 seconds on May 3.

For this, only 30 cm high bar was made, Tiluk had earlier recorded a record of 116 meters Limbo skating in December 2015. Tiluk started Roller Skating Limbo just 3 years ago.

He has been practicing skating since 2013 and He wakes up at 4am daily and practises for two hours in the morning and three hours in the evening.

has won 42 trophies and several certificates in his basket apart from etching his name in the Limca Book of Records last year.

Tiluk is the student of Second class, BlueBell International School Delhi.

Wondering how he set the record? In the video, we can see that in order to win, Tiluck had to keep his hands and lower arms off the floor at all times, Something he appeared to be at ease with.

Gradually, keeping the same composure, he crossed the end line. Even though he is just eight, his unique ability to limbo skate can leave anyone in awe.

So far, his video has garnered around 30,000 views and hundreds of comments praising him.

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