Netizens Praise Army Officer For Fastest Solo Cycling Record
Lieutenant Colonel Bharat Pannu covered a distance of distance of 5,942 km in about 14 days
New Delhi's Lieutenant Colonel Bharat Pannu broke two Guinness World Record for fastest solo cycling in October last year.
The first record was when he cycled from from Leh to Manali (472 km distance) on October 10, 2020, in just 35 hours and 25 minutes. The second record was even more historic as he cycled the 'Golden Quadrilateral' route, connecting Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, in 14 days, 23 hours and 52 minutes over a distance of 5,942-km.
The picture of the World Record has been posted by the Twitter handle of the Additional Directorate General of Public Information with the caption, "हार्दिक बधाई
Lieutenant Colonel Bharat Pannu of #IndianArmy has created #GuinnessWorldRecord of “Fastest Cycle Journey of #Manali – #Leh Highway” in 35 Hours 32 Minutes & 22 Seconds to cover the arduous route of 472 km. #Proud". Check out the pictures here:
Users on Twitter started congratulating Lieutenant Bharat Pannu for this incredible achievement and the recognition that has followed. Here are some tweets:
(With inputs from NDTV)
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