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Meet Zorawar Singh, Indian man who created Guinness World Record for most skips on roller skates

Guinness World Records shared the video of an unusual, yet absolutely entertaining, record. Check it out!

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Meet Zorawar Singh, Indian man who created Guinness World Record for most skips on roller skates

In what may amaze you, Delhi’s Zoravar Singh broke the Guinness World Record with 147 skips, while wearing roller skates, in just thirty seconds.

Guinness World Records shared the video of an unusual, yet absolutely entertaining, record. The caption of the post explains that he made 147 jumps to bag the title.

“Zorawar was initially a discus thrower in high school, but after a horrible injury which forced him to give it up he took up skipping to regain his fitness. He then went on to compete in the jump rope world championships and decided then he would go and become a Guinness World Records title holder to be the best in his field,” the post further describes.

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Zorawar Singh, 21 from India is a multiple Guinness World Records title holder and has made it into GWR2021 with his record for the Most skips on roller/inline skates in 30 seconds with 147. ⁣ ⁣ Zorawar was initially a discus thrower in high school, but after a horrible injury which forced him to give it up he took up skipping to regain his fitness. ⁣ ⁣ He then went on to compete in the jump rope world championships and decided then he would go and become a Guinness World Records title holder to be the best in his field. ⁣ ⁣ After training 6 days a week for up to 4 hours per day he achieved the record and already has plans to set more record titles in celebration of GWR Day in November this year. ⁣⁣ ———————————-⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #guinnessworldrecords #book #new #outnow #reading #read #skips #skates #talent #india #rollerskates

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According to the official Guinness World Records, Singh competed as a discus thrower when he was 13 years old. However, he suffered a slipped disc while training and was asked to rest for several weeks.

Yet, in a week, he was back to skipping to maintain physical fitness. This got him interested in competitive jump rope. He also eventually went on to take part in World Jump Rope Championships and came across several athletes who had set world records of their own.

Inspired by them, Singh began training for breaking Guinness World Records in jump rope.

He also said that he would train to break more world records. He added that there is no “specific word that can describe a Guinness World Record Holder” since years of sacrifice, practice and hard work go into breaking such a record.

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