Indian athlete declared as world’s smallest bodybuilder

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09th Oct, 2021. 05:59 pm
Indian bodybuilder has been declared the worlds smallest

Indian bodybuilder has been declared the worlds smallest

Guinness World Records has designated an Indian athlete who measures 3 feet, 4 inches tall as the world’s smallest competitive bodybuilder.

Pratik Vitthal Mohite, 25, told Guinness World Records that he started bodybuilding in 2012 and competed for the first time in 2016.

According to Pratik Vitthal Mohite, “My family are very happy and proud of me and my friends are very supportive and helpful.”

Mohite was born with disproportionately small limbs and legs and was subsequently diagnosed with dwarfism.

He stated a buddy recommended he submit to Guinness to check whether he was the world’s smallest bodybuilder and after a protracted delay caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, he was verified to hold the title.

Mohite stated, “It was my dream to achieve a Guinness World Records title, and it’s such an honor to achieve it. I’m very happy and till now this will be my biggest achievement in my career.”

The strongman stated that he now intends to achieve a new world record for the most push-ups completed in one minute.

On the other hand, Guinness World Records has named a Dutch athlete who measures 7 feet, 1.9 inches tall as the world’s tallest professional bodybuilder.

After his height was officially documented in Eemnes, Netherlands, Olivier Richters, also known as the Dutch Giant, was dubbed the world’s tallest non-competitive/professional bodybuilder, according to Guinness.

Richters admitted that he was hesitant to accept the title of the world’s tallest bodybuilder at first because he mostly works as a fitness model and movie actor, but he eventually agreed after Guinness established separate categories for competitive and non-competition bodybuilders.

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