Man Aces 30 Somersaults At A Time, Leaves Internet Heavily Impressed

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A man can be seen performing 30 somersaults in one go in a viral video & the act has left Twitter super impressed. However, it's not clear where it's been taken

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
Man aces 30 somersaults at a time, leaves internet heavily impressed

Just a week back, a video of two school children had gone viral on the internet wherein netizens lauded their cartwheeling moves. And now, a similar video has surfaced where a young man can be seen performing 30 somersaults in one go. The act has left Twitter super impressed. 

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Man aces 30 cartwheels: 

However, from the video one can't tell when and where it has been filmed, but it sure does set an example of the gymnastic talent that is present in the country. The social media user who shared the video further went on to the Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju and the Sports Ministry. Watch the video below- 

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Internet mind-blown: 

Ever since the video has been posted, netizens are mindblown with the agility and performance of the man. "Gems of India", "kudos", "amazing", ranged some of the comments on the post. Some even encouraged the man to try a hand at the Olympics. Read some reactions below: 

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Prior incident: 

The Internet is all praise for two school children showcasing their somersaulting and cartwheeling skills in a video that went viral on social media last week. In the video, the two schoolchildren can be seen performing tough gymnastics moves on the side of a street with ease. The video grabbed the attention of netizens first before it earned the praise of five-time Olympic gold medalist Nadia Comaneci; and even Kiren Rijiju, the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports.

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