Video: Amazingly flexible kid skates under 39 cars
When you first watch Gagan Satish skating, there is a sense of disbelief that he is for real.
Believe it or not, his skating profile is so low, he can glide beneath a stick placed on top of two Coke bottles.
That blur above is limbo skater Gagan Satish, six. He can even limbo under a stick over 200ml Coke bottles.
The limbo-skating sensation, all of six years old, has just landed himself a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. Limbo skating combines skating with limbo, which entails going under an obstacle, usually a pole
In a YouTube video with almost 200,000 views, the roller-skater from Bangalore, India, is seen breaking the world record after he astonishingly limbo roller-skates under 39 SUVs in a row before emerging from the 20cm space unscathed in 29.8 seconds.
Satish, a primary school kid, began skating when he was three and developed his "flexibility to master and specialise in limbo- skating," said the description accompanying the YouTube video.
According to The Telegraph, the champion kid said: "I love skating... (and) my next goal is to skate underneath 100 cars. I also want to go to the Olympics."
Way to go kid. I'm sure we'll see you at the Olympics real soon.
Sources: YouTube and The Telegraph