Nashik: It is said that a person has the ability to do some work with passion and passion. The biggest challenges are also easily solved. This has been proved by Nashik’s cyclist Om Mahajan. In the age of just 18 years, Om has shown that amazing work, which requires a lot of courage and strong will power to do it. Actually, Om has made a record by completing the 3,600 km distance from Srinagar to Kanyakumari on Saturday afternoon in eight hours seven hours 38 minutes.
Participation in Race Across India
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Om, who turned 18 next month, after reaching Kanyakumari said that I always wanted to go cycling. After the lockdown started, I started dreaming of taking part in ‘Endurance Cycling’ and RAAM (Race in America). He said that six months ago, I started training for a qualifier for RAAM which was to be held in November. But instead of the 600 km qualifier, Om decided to do ‘Race Across India’ (Race in India). He completed the journey to Kanyakumari, starting with a cold night in Srinagar last week. During this time he faced heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh and scorching heat in the south.
Bharat Pannu congratulated on social media
His uncle Mahendra Mahajan had the fastest cycling record from Srinagar to Kanyakumari. But recently, Lt. Col. Bharat Pannu of the Indian Army broke this record by completing this distance in eight days and nine hours. However it was yet to be included in the Guinness book. But Om Mahajan looked at Pannu’s record and broke it. Lieutenant Colonel Pannu congratulated 18-year-old Om on social media.