Hari Chandra Giri, a 29-year-old man from Nepal, has achieved his fourth Guinness World Record by walking down 75 stairs on his hands in an impressive time of 25.03 seconds. Giri accomplished this feat at the Jamchen Vijaya Stupa Buddhist temple, setting a new record for the fastest time to descend stairs using only his hands.
The previous record of 30.8 seconds was held by Mark Kenney from the United States, set back in 2014. Giri, who has been practising walking on his hands since the age of 8, has already earned several other world records. These include the fastest time to descend 50 stairs on hands, the fastest 50-meter walk on hands with a soccer ball between his legs, and the fastest 10-meter walk on hands with a soccer ball between his legs.
Giri’s incredible dexterity, strength, and perseverance have earned him international recognition for his extraordinary abilities. Breaking Guinness World Records requires not only skill but also immense dedication and practice. Giri’s latest achievement is a testament to his lifelong commitment to mastering the art of walking on his hands.
His remarkable feat serves as an inspiration to others, showcasing the limitless potential of the human body and the extraordinary achievements that can be accomplished with determination and passion.
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