Rajendra Jaiswal created a world record of “ 12 hours and 30 minutes of non-stop 80.5 km running with holding Tiranga in hand” certified by Asia Book of Record on the 70th Republic Day of India. A proud moment for all Indians, especially those gathered near Ramgiri at Civil Lines, Nagpur.
Rajendra (55), started his run on January 25(8:22 pm) to finish 80.5 kms of non-stop 12:5 hours running on January 26, 2019 (at 8:52 am) by holding the tricolour in hand.
The run was flagged off by Jyotikumar Satija, Senior Security Commandant of Railway Police. The event was supported by Orange City Runners and Miles & Milers.
Atul Chokse an ultra runner supported Rajendra by running along with him. Around 100 runners from Orange City Runners ran with him on January 26 in last leg of the run.
Rajendra, an ardent triathlete has already finished half Iron man distance at Hyderabad in 2018, number of half and full marathons during last four years, 100 km and 161 km ultra marathons, 200 and 300 km cycle brevets. He is also a podium finishers of number of ultra-marathons and Duatholons.
The motto of creating this record was…
- To spread brotherhood and strong unity among Indians and be ready for sacrifice for our country, which are the emotions of our Tiranga.
- Be a fit person in any age.
He is dedicating this record to all our Jawans who are guarding our country. Mr. Rajendra Jaiswal is trained by Dr. Amit Samarth. All those who helped him in creating this record include Sengupta Hospital, Dr. NeenaSahu, Dr. Shoeb, Mayank Reddiwar from M R photography, Rohit Jaiswal from Sarah Digital, Ganesh Kshirsagar, Dr. SunitaDhote Adjudicator, Asia Book of Records, Prashant Gurjar, Secretary OCR, Amit Pachmatia, Manish Aurangabadkar, VaibhavAndhare, Amit Thatte, Anil Nandanwar, Ajay Ambagade, ManikDhone, Nilesh Langewar, Tejas Dhote, Mitesh Shah, Ashish Chokse, Dimple Jolly, Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal, Srilekha Ravi, Jetane Gopwani, Kamal Waswani, Satish Sarda.