9 Ambala kids in skating team that set world record
Nine children from Ambala have made a world record in skating by covering 1,572 km in 50 hours. These boys and girls had participated in the Relay Mix Skating Championship organised by the Shivganga Skating Club, Belgaum (Karnataka), from May 28 to 30. As many as 69 children took part from all over the country.
In an interaction with media, these children stated after returning from Belgaum that they had been able to register their names in the Guinness Book of World Records and Limca Book of World Records. They said nine of the 69 participants were from Ambala. Guardian Lokesh Mehta said that India had also made its entry in the world record in Hongkong two years ago by 36 hours' skating.
Now the Indian skaters have made a new record of 50 hours' skating. These children included Jaya Mehta (13), Vishal Singh Gosain (10), Hardil Panwar (12), Gauri Gupta (12), Harbaksh Gupta (13), Paras Rathee (13), Karan Saini (16), Rishbah Chhabra (16) and Arjun Saini(10).
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