7 years old Pakistani girl Fatima Naseem defeats Indian counterpart to clinch Guinness Book of World Record

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7 years old Pakistani girl Fatima Naseem defeats Indian counterpart to clinch Guinness Book of World Record

ISLAMABAD - 7 years old Pakistani girl Fatima Naseem defeats Indian counterpart to clinch Guinness Book of World Record.

Fatima Naseem has become the youngest martial artist by entering the Guinness Book of World Records.

Hailing from Karachi, the seven-year-old girl defeated Indian player Shruti. Fatima Naseem entered the Guinness Book of World Records by defeating Indian player Shruti S. Fatima Naseem Konya’s youngest martial artist in Guinness World Records has been signed.

The young martial artist attempted the record on August 16 and it has been approved by Guinness World Records.

“The most full contact elbow strikes in one minute using alternate elbows (female) is 242, and was achieved by Fatima Naseem (Pakistan) in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, on 16 August 2020,” their official website confirmed.

It must be noted here that Fatima is the daughter of Pakistani Martial Artist Rashid Naseem who has achieved over 60 Guinness World Records for the country.

Rashid owns Pakistan Martial Arts Academy which is located in Karachi and overall the academy has achieved 75 Martial Arts records in different categories.