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Bengaluru boy sets Guinness Record in Limbo Skating

A six-year old Bengaluru boy has set a Guinness World Record for Limbo Skating. Om Swaroop Gowda, who underwent extensive training for more than an year, covered 65 metres by sliding underneath 35 vehicles, with an average clearance of 28 centimetress, parked next to each other. The previous record was held at 48.21 metres. Limbo Skating is a sport in which a person rides on roller skates underneath an obstacle like a pole without touching it.

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