21-year-old Jeswin Aldrin has made history by shattering the long jump national record with a world leading distance of 8.25 meters. The feat was achieved at the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships in Lucknow, India.
Jeswin Aldrin, a student of the University of Kerala, has been training hard for the past few months and his hard work has paid off. His record-breaking jump was a full 0.25 meters more than the previous national record of 8 meters, set by Anju Bobby George in 2005.
Jeswin Aldrin’s jump was also the best in the world this year, surpassing the 8.20 meters achieved by American long jumper Jeff Henderson in April.
The young athlete was ecstatic after his record-breaking jump and said, “I am very happy to have achieved this feat. I have been training hard for the past few months and it has finally paid off. I am thankful to my coaches and family for their support.”
Jeswin Aldrin’s record-breaking jump has been hailed by the athletics community in India and around the world. His coach, Suresh Kumar, said, “Jeswin has worked very hard and his dedication has paid off. He has the potential to go even further and I am sure he will continue to break records in the future.”
Jeswin Aldrin’s record-breaking jump is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the young athlete. His achievement is sure to inspire many more athletes to strive for excellence and break records.