Eleven-year-old Shristi Sharma (India) recently broke the Guinness World Records title for the Lowest limbo skating over 25m, travelling under a course of 25 6.69 inch (17 cm) bars.
The incredible attempt took place at Centre Point School in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India last year and was organised by Lokmat Media Pvt Ltd for the good cause of Save a Girl Child.
As if it isn't challenging enough already, the rules for this title state that the participant’s hands or fingers are not allowed to touch the ground at any point during the attempt.
Holding her body parallel to the floor while maintaining the extremely difficult splits position with her legs, Miss Sharma glided past the previous record of 9 inches (22.86 cm) which was achieved by Medvin Deva (India) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium skating ring in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, back in 2014.
Shristi was previously the record holder for the Lowest limbo skating over 10 m with 16.5 cm (6.5 in), but this was narrowly improved by Shilpa Kamdi (also India) with 16.2 cm (6.3 in) in October 2015.