Two Pakistani Girls Win 3 Guinness World Records Titles, Beating India and Sweden
By Our Web Desk
KARACHI– Glorifying the image of Pakistan across the globe, two Pakistani girls have won three titles in total from the Guinness World Records after defeating India and Sweden.
“Emma Alam from Karachi, Pakistan, breaks 2 world records, and teammate Syeda Kisa Zehra, breaks 1 World Record, and both girls get recognised by the Guinness World Records,” a press release issued by the Guinness World Records read.
Emma Alam, who is the World Memory Champion 2020, broke the world record of Most Random Words Memorised in Sequence in 15 Minutes — 410 random words to be precise — a record previously held by India.
She also broke the world record of Most Names and Faces Memorized in 15 Minutes, with 218 names and faces memorised — a record previously held by Sweden.
On the other hand, Syeda Kisa Zehra, a gold medallist at the 29th World Memory Championship, broke the world record of Most Historic/Future (fictional) Dates Memorized in 5 Minutes, with 241 dates memorised.
Both Alam and Zehra broke the world record in fictional dates previously held by India; however, the latter scored higher than the former’s record and thus got the Guinness World Records title.
“It’s an honour to be recognised by the Guinness World Records, I can now say, ‘I am officially amazing!’,” Alam said.
“Indeed it’s a privilege to be declared the best in the world in the amazing feat of memory, which goes to show how amazing the human memory bank is,” Zehra added.
The two Pakistani stars “were trained under the leadership of Sania Alam who is a Super-Learning Master Trainer, one of the only four in the World Senior Licensed Instructors and the President of Futuristic Learning”, the statement added.