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Nigeria’s Anjola Olupitan sets record for fastest 10-metre handwalk

Anjola expressed his gratitude to the people who supported him on this journey, including the executive adviser on youth and sports of Oyo State...

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Nigeria’s Anjola Olupitan sets record for fastest 10-metre handwalk

In an astonishing feat of strength, flexibility, and determination, Nigerian yoga instructor Anjola Olupitan has achieved the Guinness World Record for the fastest 10 meters walk on hands with legs behind the head. This remarkable achievement was announced by the Guinness World Records (GWR) on Thursday.

Anjola’s record-breaking attempt took place in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, on February 24, 2024. With his legs bent behind his head, he walked 10 meters on his hands in an incredible 12.52 seconds, shattering the previous record by an impressive 13.03 seconds. His remarkable achievement is a testament to his dedication to yoga and body contortionism.

As a yoga instructor, Anjola has spent years honing his skills and perfecting his craft. His hard work and perseverance have paid off, earning him international recognition and a place in the Guinness World Records book. Anjola expressed his gratitude to the people who supported him on this journey, including the executive adviser on youth and sports of Oyo State.

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Anjola’s achievement serves as an inspiration to many, demonstrating the power of dedication and hard work. His record-breaking feat is a testament to the human body’s potential for greatness, and he continues to push the boundaries of what is possible.

Congratulations to Anjola Olupitan on his remarkable achievement!

Proofreading, editing by Sakinat Musa Abubakar, Editor at Neptune Prime

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