Grade II BHIS student set 9 records for completing Longest In Pair Skatethon for 81 hours
· Atharva Agarwal, one of the youngest incredible child, set 9 records in Skatethon competition by skating for 81 hours.
Mumbai: Atharva Agarwal, a 7-year-old student at Billabong High International School (BHIS), Malad, has set an example for everyone by achieving nine different records in Longest In Pair Skatethon competition by skating for 81 hours nonstop. Atharva participated and showed his unbelievable skills in a competition organized by Shivganga Roller Skating Club at Belgaum, Karnataka.
The student has once again made his school proud by setting records in the Longest Skatethon competition held from 27th to 30th September. Atharva made records such as Asia Pacific Records, Best of India Records, Asia Book Of Records, Indian Young Achiever Book Of Records, Global Records, National Records, Children Records, Best Of Asia Records and Extreme Records.
Shalu Agarwal, mother of Atharva, said, “Atharva has practised with sheer determination to participate in this competition and set many records. I am grateful to his school for encouraging and supporting him not just in his academics but also in extra-curricular activities.”
Dr Madhu Singh, Principal, BHIS, Malad, said, “It is overwhelming to note that our school parents are not just supporting their kids in academics but also encouraging them to participate in different curricular activities. Atharva has truly set a benchmark for us in the way he has won a skating competition by setting many records at a time. We provide every student with a platform they need to engage and experiment and pave the way for students to do well in their academics with co-curricular activities. I congratulate Atharva for the outstanding records he has set in this competition.”