Memorising timetables for a primary school student might be challenging at times. Can you imagine a 10-year-old kid memorising more than 200 names from a niche subject?
Yes, if you’re Sarvysswharrann Yogeswaran, it’s possible!
Sarvysswharrann Yogeswaran, an incredibly gifted child who has already earned two spots in the Kids World Record from Canada, makes a comeback to make Malaysians proud by carving his name in history once more.
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This ten-year-old Malaysian student from SJK (T) Taman Melawati just gained a spot in the Jackhi Book of Talent for reciting 200 dinosaur names in 2 minutes 36 seconds and naming 213 aircrafts in 6 minutes.
In addition, he has been awarded the title of “MEMORY ATHLETE 2K22.” (What an incredible achievement!)
Last year, Sarvysswharrann Yogeswaran made Malaysia proud by breaking the Kids World Records (KWR) for the Most Aircraft Recited in Six Minutes in the boys (7 to 9 years old) category.
Hailing from Wangsa Maju, Sarvysswharrann was previously recognised for naming 213 different types of aircraft encompassing commercial planes, helicopters and fighter jets.
As a result of his outstanding achievement, the child is set to break several records, including three Guinness World Records attempts and a Malaysia Book of Records entry.
Sarvysswharrann has undoubtedly served as an inspiration to many other young aspirants.
You’ve amazed everyone kiddo! We wish you all the best in your future endeavours!
Source: The Star/ Twitter/ Santhanar Dronachariyar (facebook)
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