In a feat exuding speed and hand-feet coordination, a Chinese teenager wowed all by doing a hundred jumps in less than a minute, mere 30 seconds to be precise, in an international jump rope contest.
Competing at the 6th Double Dutch Contest, the boy, identified as Wang Shisen managed the clear the rope 100 times in 30 seconds, creating a new Guinness World record.
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Wang was not the only one to secure a Guinness world record at the event. Another Chinese participant smashed his own record by managing to skip the rope 228 times in the “most alternate step skips in 30 seconds” event — breaking his own record of 208 skips that he set way back in 2016.