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Year Ending 2023: Ten Indians This Year Broke World Records

  • In several sports and activities, Indian athletes achieved world records in 2023.
  • 46-year-old Smita Srivastava of Uttar Pradesh holds the record for the longest hair on a living individual
  • The quickest hit by a male badminton player is currently held by Satwiksairaj Rankireddy.

Indian athletes set world records in several sports and activities in 2023. Vispy Kharadi, popularly known as the “Steel Man of India” on Instagram, set a Guinness World Record in Italy for the most iron bars bent with the head in a minute. He currently holds ten more world records.

Notwithstanding a horrific bike accident he had in 2010, a 38-year-old guy from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, managed to raise over 80 kg, the greatest amount of weight ever done while performing a mouthstand.

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Having not trimmed her hair since she was fourteen years old, 46-year-old Smita Srivastava of Uttar Pradesh holds the record for the longest hair on a living individual. The Guinness World Record for the quickest hit by a male badminton player is currently held by Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, who smashed a shot that traveled 565 km/h.

With 38 teeth in her mouth, 26-year-old Indian woman Kalpana Balan recorded a first for the Guinness World Record for the most teeth in a female’s mouth. Using about 143,000 playing cards and no tape or adhesive, a 15-year-old kid from Kolkata constructed the “world’s largest playing card structure”.

The record for the longest hair on a male teenager belongs to Sidakdeep Singh Chahal, a 15-year-old from Uttar Pradesh, whose hair measures 4 feet and 9.5 inches.

After traveling through every Metro station in Delhi in 15 hours, 22 minutes, and 49 seconds, a guy there set a Guinness World Record. A 16-year-old from Latur, Maharashtra, danced for “five days straight,” shattering the record for the longest dance marathon by an individual.

Guinness World Records states that Srushti Sudhir Jagtap’s 127-hour dance marathon set a new record for the longest individual dance marathon.

By using a nunchaku to crush as many coconuts as possible on people’s heads in one minute, Saidalavi KV broke his record of 42 by smashing 68 coconuts in total. This peculiar title was earned.

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