Most large, forward rotations performed: Roman Sahradyan sets world record (Video)
YEREVAN, Armenia--Armenian State Pedagogical University student Roman Sahradyan, 23, performed 152 large, forward rotations
, setting the world record for the Most large, forward rotations performed, according to World Record Academy: http://www.worldrecordacademy.com/. Photo: Armenian State Pedagogical University student Roman Sahradyan on Tuesday set a world record by performing 152 large, forward rotations.
The Guinness world record for the most consecutive gymnastic high bar giants is 350 and was achieved by David Sargis Fahradyan (Armenia) at the Youth Gymnastics Sports School, Yerevan, Armenia.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the most consecutive gymnastics one-arm giants on a high bar: 76, set by David Fahradyan (Armenia) at the Youth Gymnastic Sports School in Yerevan, Armenia.
The "large, forward rotation" is unprecedented throughout the world, and 23-year-old Sahradyan is the first to perform it.
The four-year student of the Faculty of history and law specializing in law surprised those present with his unusual strength.
"I have very good impressions despite the fact that I had planned to perform 200-300 rotations, but I am not depressed because one shouldn't get depressed in sport.
"This exercise, as compared with the other exercise I have performed, was much more difficult. Today, of course, there was certain tension but it was not big. I am going to spend more time on trainings and to improve my result.
"I will be very happy if someone exceeds the record I set today," Roman said.