Talent has no age bar. People today are smart, skillful and energetic, when it comes to chasing dreams and ambitions. India has never remained behind and created many world records, recognized by Guinness.
This time an eight-year-old boy, Tiluck Keisam from Delhi, has created a new world record. The more interesting part of the story is – The boy has broken his own previous Guinness record this time. He set a new record for limbo skating under bars for a record of 145 metres in just a single run of 56.01 seconds. His previous record was of 116 metres by lowering his bars by 7 cm than the required 35 cm.
The son of Keisam Ricky and Pravabati Takhellambam from Manipur, Tiluck Keisam is an extraordinary Limbo skater. Tiluck studies in class two, and is into skating since 2013. You will be really amazed to know about his daily schedule. The boy wakes up at 4 am on a daily basis and indulge into intense practices for almost two hours in morning and then in evening for three hours. At this small age Tiluck has already got a good number of medals -42 so far. Apart from this he is also having many certificates, he also has his name registered in the Limca Book of Records.
This is how he broke his own record – In order to win according to the rules of the game, Tiluck had to keep his hands and lower arms off the floor. Maintaining the same composure, he crossed the end line effortlessly. His abilities has left almost everyone stunned. Watch the video below to see the entire event, when he created the record. The video has garnered around 30,000 views. People have been praising him ever since the day he emerged victorious.