Iranian world record juggler aims to achieve entries in Guinness Book

Guinness world-record-holding athlete Milad Mohseni exhibits his terrific juggling skills at the gate of Qur'an in Shiraz, and expresses his ambition to achieve eight more entries in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Mohseni discovered his juggling skills at an early age, after he "accidentally juggled a ball for 30 minutes." After that, he continued to train mentally and physically with the goal of getting in the Guinness Book of World Records.

He was able to register his first record with 194 tennis ball touches in one minute in 2016.

Mohseni can be seen juggling several footballs and tennis balls on both his arms and feet, near the iconic Qur'an Gate and the Khwaju Kermani Statue.

He also asserts that he broke a new record with a tennis ball on a 100-meter running track "in just around 15 seconds." He plans to register the record, as he said the previous record is held by an "American person" with 17.53 seconds.

Mohseni is appealing for sponsorship "to achieve these big goals" of breaking eight more records. 

(Source: Ruptly) 


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