‘Super Randonneur’ title for SRM AP student, Saiprasad Koneru for remarkable talent in cycling

 

Amravati: SRM University-AP’s Computer Science Engineering student Koneru Saiprasad won the ‘Super Randonneur’ title for his outstanding talent in cycling. Saiprasad recently set a new record for the longest distance cycling organized by Adaxi Club India with its headquarters in Guntur, shortly after reaching the target.

 

Saiprasad elaborated his quest with a beaming note, “On November 6, we cycled from Vijayawada to Nallajerla for 13 hours and then back to Vijayawada (200 km). Similarly, on November 27, he cycled from Vijayawada to Suryapeta on the Hyderabad route for 20 hours and then back to Vijayawada (300 km). He cycled from Vijayawada to Nakrekal for 27 hours on December 18 and back to Vijayawada (400 km). A week ago, he cycled from Guntur to Ramoji Film City and back to Guntur (600 km) in 40 hours, setting a record.”

 

Saiprasad won the ‘Super Randonneur’ title reserved for those who complete these four events. Saiprasad informed that he has loved cycling since he was a child and focused on long-distance cycling during lockdowns. He dedicated his achievement to his parents and university professors for their support and encouragement in all possible ways.

 

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