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Two Indian travelers set new Guinness Book of Records for travel

The avid travellers broke the earlier world record, set by UAE’s Khawla AlRomaithi by 13 hours


Two Indian nationals set an astonishing world record in December by travelling the world in just  3 days. Former Indian cricket team physiotherapist, Dr Ali Irani and an engineer Sujoy Kumar Mitra, together achieved the Guinness World Record for the fastest time to travel to all seven continents.

The duo precisely took 3 days 1 hour 5 minutes 4 seconds, to cover Africa Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America gaining a 13 hour advantage over previous record holder Khawla AlRomaithi from UAE. AlRomaithi covered the seven continents in 3 days, 14 hours, 46 minutes and 48 seconds in February 2020.

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