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Siddharth Mohite, a Mumbai teenager, has been training in a marathon training session since Friday and managed to break the high position record in a staggering 72 hours and 5 minutes in Thane. His record has been submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records and is awaiting approval.

Mohite beat the 50-hour record set by Pune’s Virag Mare in 2015. According to Guinness World Records, Mare fought for 50 hours, four minutes and 51 seconds and faced bowlers as well as a machine. play bowling.

While surpassing Mare’s records, Mohite broke three bats, his forearm swelled and a blood clot formed on his little finger.

The 19-year-old Mohite wants to prove himself worthy of cricket and has expressed his intention to hit the ball non-stop for 72 hours to coach Jwala Singh, who didn’t take it seriously at first. A week later, Mumbai’s Mohite came to his coach with the same request.

“One day he came and said, ‘Sir, I want to break this record of hitting 52 hours in a row in the net.’ I never heard of it before. He insisted again and I said I would give it to my facility in Thane so he could try this.” Singh said.

“One day, the idea popped into my head by accident. A lot of people said it wouldn’t be possible but I’m glad I managed it,” Mohite said during his respite.

Singh added: “Bats for so many hours are no joke.

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Independent witnesses are required to participate for Guinness record. Mohite enlists the help of friends and cousins ​​to arrange the necessary things. Cousin Vaibhav Pawer led by witnesses recording every ball that Mohite faced. They worked four-hour shifts over three days and recorded videos of his batting, the number and breaks he took.

Food and bedding were arranged near the nets in the house. To get the necessary energy, Mohite only eats protein foods and a few drinks. He can take a five-minute break every hour, he can even play nonstop without a break if he wants to.

He ate for 15 minutes and slept for 15 minutes after passing Mare’s mark.

“He was eager to do something different, but what exactly, even we don’t know. So one day he came up with this and we supported him. During the lockdown, he has time and preparation for this. ‘ said Sejal, Mohite’s mother.

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Subhankar Mondal

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