Sarvysswharrann Yogeswaran, a name that needs no introduction!
The young pilot who has earned the limelight back to back in various aviation competitions has definitely garnered the attention of netizens recently. His recent exclusive meet up with the founder of AirAsia and Tune Group CEO, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes had just as many heartwarming encounters.
Let’s take a look at the conversation which has garnered the attention of netizens in social media platforms.
Tan Sri Tony: How are you? Great?
Sarvysswharrann: I’m doing great Tan Sri.
Tan Sri Tony: No, just call me TONY!
Isn’t that too adorable?
Watch the full video below:
Hailing from Wangsa Maju, the ten-year-old student from SJK (T) Taman Melawati and Kelab Remaja Udara Malaysia has also set an impressive record at the Kids World Records (KWR) for being the fastest Aircraft’s Name Recited in an astonishing 6 minutes under the boys (7-9 years old) category. His active involvement in the prestigious competition has resulted in him winning three medals in a single competition with 3 Invention & Innovation products at the Penang International Invention Innovation and Design Competition 2021.
On the other hand, he has successfully made it to the Guinness World Record Attempt 2022 – “Most Airlines Identified by their Airplane Tails in 1 minute”. This is an incredible achievement by the lil one!
Did the pandemic hinder the young lad’s aviation passion? Nope! It only helped in igniting his interest.
He has also 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. Besides that, he has been awarded the title of “MEMORY ATHLETE 2K22. Guess the list might pile up in 2 years time!
With that being said, the incredibly gifted child has also been selected as the Junior Book of Records #awardwinner for the year 2021. This piece of good news was shared by Mr Yogeswaran via his official Facebook Page.
Congratulations and keep making us proud lil one!
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