City yoga champ enters Golden Book of World Records
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City yoga champ enters Golden Book of World Records

June 11, 2017

Mysuru: Mysuru’s yoga champ and Kalashree awardee H. Kushi, who attempted a World Record for ‘Back Plank Recline Cruncher Under Yogic Practice’, entered the ‘Golden Book of World Records’ for performing it 15 times in one minute this morning.

The record feat was performed at the Community Hall in Note Mudran Nagar here in the presence of Santosh Agarwal, representative of Golden Book of World Records from Indore, MLA G.T. Devegowda, Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep, MUDA Commissioner Dr. M. Mahesh, RBI official Thakur Desai and S. Hemachandra and H. Kumuda couple, parents of Kushi.

A 9th standard student at St. Joseph’s Central School in Vijayanagar in city, Kushi, speaking after performing the feat, said that she wanted to create a World Record and has done it with the support of her parents. She said that she wants to become a yoga teacher.

Kushi’s father Hemachandra, expressing happiness over his daughter’s achievement said that he would support and encourage Kushi in future.

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