Anshuman, a youngster from Navi Mumbai, is the youngest person in the world.
Anshuman Jhingran, an 18-year-old open sea swimmer, has achieved a remarkable feat by becoming the youngest person in the world to cross the challenging North Channel. This achievement qualifies him for a place in the Guinness World Records, making him the 114th person to accomplish this feat since 1947.
The North Channel, situated between Scotland and Northern Ireland, is renowned for its frigid temperature, the presence of dangerous lions’ main jellyfish, and competing tides and currents, making it one of the toughest of the Ocean Seven Swims.
Anshuman, hailing from Navi Mumbai and a Class 12 Commerce Stream student at Karamveer Bhaurao Patil College, Vashi, credits his success to the rigorous training provided by his coach Gokul Kamath and support from his family and dedicated support team.
Expressing his gratitude towards his coach, support team, and family, Anshuman acknowledges the initial challenges of the endeavor but highlights how training and unwavering support helped him overcome them.
Having accomplished this remarkable feat, Anshuman now aims to complete the remaining Ocean Seven Swims in the coming year. His achievement has earned him global attention and admiration within the swimming community, serving as a testament to what can be achieved through perseverance, discipline, and unwavering determination.