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2,503 push-ups: Pakistani Breaks World Record

Posted on 11 January 2011 by PakBee - Total hits: 2,737

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SHEIKHUPURA: Pakistani wrestler Munir Ahmed on Monday registered his name amongst world record holders with his herculean 2,503 push-ups.

The phenomenal struggle, which bettered an Indian’s record, lasted for an hour and 25 minutes.

The world-record-setting demonstration was witnessed by thousands of spectators in Sheikhupura’s company bagh.

Talking to the media on the completion of the task, a proud Ahmed said he was ecstatic at this feat for his country.

In a show of patriotism and empathy for his fellow countrymen, Ahmed also announced that all the proceeds from the event will be donated to flood victims.

Last month, nineteen girls from different A’ Level institutions across Karachi, including Karachi Grammar School and Southshore School, managed to break a previous record by fitting into the vehicle with its doors closed for five seconds.

The previous record was held by Climb FitTeam of Australia who compressed eighteen students into a standard SmartCar at the Warringah Mall, Sydney Australia on January 25, 2010.

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