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A kid was rejected to do roller skating when he was 3, what he did will inspire you to the core.

A kid was rejected to do roller skating when he was 3, what he did will inspire you to the core.
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Gagan Satish, a boy, 6 took just 30 seconds to roller skate under 39 cars, i.e 230 metres. He broke the world record. Gagan started roller skating when he was 3 years old, he was initially rejected by the local club for being too young.He didn’t lose hope and started working on his skating with the help of his parents.His coach Yatish Gowda trained him for 3 months by giving specialized coaching. He wakes up at 5 am and does 2 hour skating then goes to school and in evening too, he does skating. He also works hard for keeping his muscles flexible. He is really a hard working guy, informs his coach Yatish Gowda. He has become a celebrity in his city. People have started recognizing him as the roller skater. He broke the Indian record of 5 year old girl, Shreeya Deshpande, who did roller skating for 157 metres two years back. 

Gagan's stunt has been recognised by the India Book of Records as the 'Farthest Distance In Limbo Skating Under Cars' - but the feat has yet to be recognized by Guinness Book of World Records which will be done soon. H/T dailymail

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Gagan Satish while roller skating under 39 cars. Scroll below for the video.

Gagan Satish while roller skating under 39 cars. Scroll below for the video.

Initially, he used to get a lot of cuts and bruises but he kept working towards his goal.

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Do check this video, video is uploaded by Gagan's coach.

The limbo skating legend, Gagan Satish.

The limbo skating legend, Gagan Satish.
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His Mother and Father.

His Mother and Father.
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Mother, Hema Satish noticed that Gagan's body is very flexible and it was her determination which inspired Gagan to do something great.

His father Rajanna Satish was nervous when Gagan was roller skating under the cars. He was very happy and cheerful once Satish did the roller skating under the cars successfully.

His father Rajanna Satish was nervous when Gagan was roller skating under the cars. He was very happy and cheerful once Satish did the roller skating under the cars successfully.
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Gagan practices daily for 3-4 hours and he is hopeful to compete in Olympics soon.

Gagan practices daily for 3-4 hours and he is hopeful to compete in Olympics soon.
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Gagan, with all of his victory medals.

Gagan, with all of his victory medals.
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As soon as he comes from the school, he goes for practice.

As soon as he comes from the school, he goes for practice.
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