Noman Mehsud, a gifted young athlete from Pakistan’s Waziristan, has beaten the Guinness World Record that Indian athlete Himanshu had previously held.
The boy broke the record by outperforming his Indian rival by accomplishing an amazing 32 kap-ups in only 30 seconds.
Himanshu had managed 28 cap-ups only in the same time frame in March of this year, which is when this accomplishment was first established.
According to an email, the Guinness Book of World Records has officially recognised Mehsud’s exceptional achievement in martial arts.
Noman Mehsud expressed his gratitude to the media, noting that the achievement was a watershed moment in his young life.
Mehsud also declared his ambition to continue pursuing world-record achievements, emphasising his desire to honor and glorify his country and region.
Noman Mehsud realised the importance of government support and stressed how, with their assistance, he could achieve even more progress in martial arts.