Children suffering from autism made a world record by swimming 165 km, the coach said - I am proud of all the children who swim

World Record: A group of children suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) achieved a unique achievement. He recently made a world record by swimming 165 km in the sea from Cuddalore to Chennai. He was honoured with a medal and certificate. Autism is a type of neurological disorder. In this, the child suffering from this has difficulty in talking, reading writing and making connections between people.

Feb 19, 2024 - 10:09
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Children suffering from autism made a world record by swimming 165 km, the coach said - I am proud of all the children who swim

A group of children suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) achieved a unique achievement. He recently made a world record by swimming 165 km in the sea from Cuddalore to Chennai. He was honoured with a medal and certificate.

Autism is a type of neurological disorder. The child suffering from this has difficulty in talking, reading writing and socializing with people. Their ways of learning, progressing and paying attention may also be different.

Satish Shivakumar, founder and chief coach of Yadavi Sports Academy for Special Needs, said that 14 children in the age group of nine to 19 years swam across the coastal area in a relay format in four days and covered a distance of 165 kilometres from Cuddalore to Chennai and created a world record. made. During this period, their trainers remained present in the boats as a precaution. I am proud of all the kids who swim. Today they proudly stand as a testament to their ability to break barriers.

While felicitating the children, former Tamil Nadu Director General of Police C Sylendra Babu said that among the participants, three children swam 17 km continuously and one girl swam 10 km. He showed that his disability cannot be a hindrance in showcasing his potential to the world.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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