Beaconhouse Student Sameer Khan Sets a new Guinness World Record

 Beaconhouse Student Sameer Khan Sets a new Guinness World Record

The nation of above 197 million population has always Rocked and Shocked the World with its Extraordinary and Exceptional Talents. There’s No Doubt about the fact that Pakistan is Considers as the Bravest Nation which has achieved some unprecedented records. Recently, a student from leading Schooling System of Pakistan Made Rounds on the Internet. Beaconhouse Student Sameer Khan Sets a new Guinness World Record.

Although, Pakistan often makes Headlines on International News for issues like Economy, Patriarchy and Terrorism. But those days are gradually disappearing as New Sunrise of Pakistan Carving a Niche for itself in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Beaconhouse Student Sameer Khan Sets a new Guinness World Record

Guinness book of world records has been preserving the achievements of resilient men for more than half a century. It’s all about thinking out of the Box and Make Headlines with the chivalrous approach. Sameer Khan Yousufee did just that and set a new record for the longest bowling run-up (male). The covered area of his run-up was 4.052 km (2.52 mi).

A student of the Beaconhouse School System, Sameer Khan broke the record on 22nd January 2020. In a special match between two under-10 teams, the young pacer started his run with great enthusiasm on the streets outside the stadium and continued into the field to deliver this record-breaking delivery.

Well, kudos to the batsmen and the fielders, who waited for the bowler to arrive…fast bowlers and their shenanigans, right? Also, we hope the bowling captain didn’t get docked his match fee due to a super slow over rate.

Pakistan is a God gifted country, rich in both human and natural resources. When it comes to world records, Pakistan and Pakistanis do not lag behind anyone. Guinness Book of World Records has documented.

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