From pulling a seven-coach train using a steel rope by mouth till conducting a 14-hour non-stop virtual silambam class, Malaysians are piling up world’s-best titles.
A well-known physiotherapist named Sivarajan Ettiappan chalked another plateau by gaining an entry into the Malaysia Book of Records and Asia Book of Records for completing the ‘Longest Non-Stop Backwards Walk’ on a Treadmill for 24 hours.
Well, this is a mind-blasting achievement which should be celebrated by our fellow Malaysians!
Defying the odds, Siva emerged as the new record holder after accomplishing the most challenging task on 17th September 2021 at (8.59a.m). The sport enthusiast has taken up this challenge in conjunction with Malaysia Day which falls on 16th September and managed to pull off the record. He expressed his gratitude for the recognition which been inducted recently.
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Despite having a hectic schedule amid the pandemic, Siva who’s working at Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre, Klang has proved that nothing is impossible. When you chase your goals, you are taking a risk. Undoubtedly, you’ll feel vaguely as though you’re a fish out of water. Don’t fret and flop around—just keep swimming, as this overly-extended metaphor implies.
Congratulations Sivarajan, on your outstanding accomplishment. Continue to inspire us!