23-YO Adil Teli Cycles From Kashmir To Kanyakumari In 8 Days! Eyes Guinness World Record

A 23-year-old man from Jammu and Kashmir has today made his folks proud by breaking one of the most difficult Guinness World Records.

An athlete and professional cyclist, Adil Teli from Baramulla, Kashmir, has been eyeing to break the record of cycling 3600 km from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in record time. And this morning, all his sweat and hard work finally bore fruit.

Posted by Adil Teli on Saturday, March 13, 2021

Adil hoped to shatter the earlier record of cycling across the country in eight days, seven hours, and 38 minutes that was held by a 17-year-old named Om Hitendra Mahajan from Nashik, Maharashtra, say reports.

Adil, who embarked on this difficult journey on March 22, 2021, from the Clock Tower at Lal Chowk, Srinagar, cycled the same distance in 8 days, 1 hr, and 30 minutes and reached Kanyakumari this morning at 8:30 am, reported Kashmir Mirror.

According to him, he has reportedly broken the Guinness record and can be seen celebrating his feat with his crew and well-wishers. However, the international association is yet to officially declare him the winner.

Posted by Adil Teli on Monday, March 29, 2021

While speaking to local media, Adil said, “Alhamdulillah! I am happy that I broke the previous Guinness record. I also thank my crew members and the people in Kashmir. Due to their support and good wishes, I became a Guinness world record holder,” he added.

However, people online were elated and showered their love and support for the young lad.


I can’t even imagine how he did this in such a short time, but he sure deserves all the praises he’s been receiving from across the country. Great work, dude!

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