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The Economic Times | PTI |  19 October, 2015 |

COIMBATORE: A 19-year old engineering student today made an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records by doing continuous backward body skips.  The Guinness record for the feat in one minute was 40 skips and 20 skips in 30 seconds and stands in the name of a 12-year old girl in Australia.  B Shakti, a third year student of SNS College of Technology, Coimbatore here broke the record by doing 27 backward skips in 30 seconds and 46 backward skips in one minute. Sakthi has already etched his name in the Limca Book of Records and the Indian Book of Records for his feat.  The attempt was video recorded in front of a large gathering in a mall in the presence of three gazetted officers and would be sent to the Guinness. – Courtesy

Student enters Guinness Book of Records –  The Hindu |

B. Sakthi (19) a third year engineering college student has entered the Guinness Book of Records for doing the ‘Most backward Body Skips’ in one minute. He made 46 body skips in this world record attempt – with both hands tied together with a rope – at Brookefields Mall on October 18. The record was approved about a month ago and the certificate reached him from London on Saturday. “I got the record for one minute cleared earlier as I applied for it in the fast review mode,” he said. He hoped his attempt for backward skipping in 30 seconds would also find a place in the record book. – Courtesy


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