Tiluck Keisam is double Guinness World Records holder, breaks his own record in limbo skating

Tiluck Keisam is double Guinness World Records holder, breaks his own record in limbo skating

Tiluck Keisam who stunned the world with his astonishing performance of ‘farthest distance limbo skating under bars’ has done once again! Yes, Indian kid from Manipur has made another Guinness World Record in limbo skating under bars breaking his own record. He is now a double Guinness World Records holder.

The 24 times roller skating championships gold medalist and 9 years old wonder kid baffled the world with his limbo skating under bars covering a distance of 116 meters ( 380ft and 5in) and set his name in Guinness Book of World Records on December 20, 2015. Tiluck who also registered in Limca Book of Records in U-Turn Limbo Skating on 31st May, 2015 broke his own Guinness Record for the farthest distance limbo skating under bars by covering a distance of 145 meters (475 ft 7 in), bettering a distance of 29ft, on 31st December, 2016. The title was announced on 23rd March, 2017 by Guinness World Records Team Management.

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The record was evaluated with special arrangements at Siri Fort Sports Complex, New Delhi in India on 31st December of 2016. Allumnium bars of 146 in numbers with a height of 30cm above the ground level were placed above cones. The gap between the bars placed over the cones in longitudinal direction was 1 meter each and the distance between the first and the last bar placed over the cones was 145 meters. Tiluck successfully set the record with his limbo skating skill!

The young student of class IV of Bluebells School International has become the only person from North East to set the record twice, he is also the youngest person to set the record.

Son of Keisam Ricky and Pravabati Takhellambam has some amazing records in other fields too. He won 1st positions in Athletics during Aahwan- Inter School Sports carnival held at JBM Global School, Noida and in 100 meters sprint during Aahwan- Inter School Sports carnival held at JBM Global School, Noida. He won bronze medal in 50 meters race in W.G. CDR.T. Mathew Inter School Athletic Meet held on 15th December, 2016. He has won a large number of medals in his favourite game – limbo skating. He has won 45 medals out of which 24 are gold medals. He represented India in Time Trial in 1st Asian Roller Skating Open Championship held at St. Thomas English Medium School, Chippi Tank, Meerut, UP, India on 26th December 2013 and won a silver medal. He was invited to represent India in a talent TV Show in Munchen Germany for a German TV Show titled “Superkids” Session 2 in June, 2016 as a Talent produced by Red Seven Entertainment GMbH in Munich – Germany.

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The flexible boy from Imphal is good painter too. He won 1st positions 11 times in painting competitions and a 3rd position. He received 2nd Prize in Creative Art & Craft (Best of Waste) at Bluebells School International held on 26th July, 2014.

He is academically brilliant too. He wants to be IAS officer, astronaut and again he says he wants to bring fame for India in roller skating! He is too young to decide his future career, but one thing is evident that he is academically too sound. He was a 3rd Rank (School) holder in 17th National Science Olympiad 2014-15. He won 2nd Prize in Handwriting Competition at Bluebells School International held on 23rd September 2014 and silver medal in International Handwriting Olympiad, 2016-2017. He also bagged gold medal of excellence in State / Zonal award and 9th rank international level in SOF-6th International English Olympiad and gold medal, Class Topper, Rank 1 in 19th SOF- National Science Olympiad 2016-2017.

With such achievements at such a young age, Tiluck Keisam is truly an amazing kid. With his extra ordinary achievements at such a young age he will inspire many other kids.

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