THIS man holds record smashing sporty speed challenges with jet suit

Jun 15 2021 07:11 PM
THIS man holds record smashing sporty speed challenges with jet suit

In Britain, a man has created a fine flying jet suit that has broken three world records by flying in the air. The man, Richard Browning, broke these records at a speed event held by the Guinness Book of World Records. The Guinness Book of World Records has put up the Ankeer Speed Challenge for the first time. The name of this speed event was Jet Suit Triathlon. Richard's first challenge was to sprint 100 meters wearing his body controlled jet engine power suit.

Richard prepared a special jet suit for himself for the same challenge. Richard's aim was to break the world record for Usain Bolt, the world's fastest runner. Bolt 9 to 100 m race. Completed in 58 seconds and is a world record. Richard managed to break the record when he flew in the air wearing his jet engine power suit.

While Bolt has set a world record by completing the 100m race in 9.58 seconds, Richard completed the race with his jet engine Power Suit in just 7.69 and with this Richard broke Usain Bolt's world record. Richard then agreed to the 400 m hurdle race. For this, Richard was ordered not to fly fast in the air like a 100 m race. Instead, they will have to be up and down when they come across the hurdle, which will use a combination of speed and control.

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