Pakistan sets six new Guinness World Records
Lahore, Mar. 13 : Pakistan has once again entered the Guinness World Records (GWR) after creating six records in different entertainment events in Lahore.
Last year, in December, Pakistani youth set 11 new marks for GWR, reports The Express Tribune.
In hockey, an 11-member team set a world mark of 43 passes in one minute.
In the second event, the same team completed the farthest dribbling of a hockey ball. They all carried the ball to a distance of 979.2 metres by dribbling.
Mohammad Rashid of Karachi set another record by opening 40 bottles caps with his head in one minute. He broke the previous record of 24 set by Germany's Ahmed Tafzi.
Mohammad Salim Amin clinched the largest sequins mosaic record by creating a picture of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, measuring 6.2 square metres and using 325,000 sequins.
In the most number of continuous badminton passes in one minute, Mohammad Wajid and Atique completed 123 continuous passes.
Mohammad Rashid created his second and the day's sixth world record by kicking 50 coconuts down from the heads of people standing in a row.
Records for fastest time to dress a male mannequin, most martial arts kicks in one hour and largest paint swatch will be decided on March 13.
GWR adjudicator Carlos Martinez, who was in Lahore for the event, congratulated the Punjab Youth Festival organisers for setting a field for new GWRs.