Teenager breaks world record for quickest ‘limbo skate’

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A teenager from western India has broken the world record for the quickest ever limbo-skate.

The impressive activity involves doing the splits while roller-skating under bars just inches from the ground.

Shristi Dharmendra Sharma, 17, slid under 10 bars in just 1.69 seconds, setting a new Guinness World Record.

The teenager, who competes nationally in roller hockey and short track ice speed skating, holds four other world records.

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