Girl Seeks to Break World RECORD for Doing Walkovers

Girl Seeks to Break World RECORD for Doing Walkovers

Photo: United Press International

A 7-year-old athlete from a town in India has reportedly broken a Guinness World Record for doing walkovers.

According to news agency United Press International, she completed 64 forward walkovers in just a minute.

Drishti Jaiswal reached enough numbers to beat the previous record of 55 from 13-year-old Garima Pansari in December 2020.

In an interview, Jaiswal’s parents shared that the girl has since been practicing front walkovers for four years.

Her camp has already submitted evidence and documents to the Guinness management for official recognition.

Earlier this year, a woman from Texas, United States officially broke a Guinness World Record for most half marathons.

According to various news reports posted online, Andrea Amaro ran for 15 consecutive days.

Amaro started her record attempt with a full 26.2 mile run at the El Paso Marathon on the first day.

She then followed it up by running 13.1 miles each day for the next 14 days, which ended Sunday.

“I don’t think there was a day that went by where I thought I don’t know how I’m going to get through this,” Amaro shared.

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