Man Sets World Record for the Fastest 100m on Forearm Crutches

Tameru Zegeye The Fastest On Crutches

Tameru Zegeye, 32, has set the Guinness World Record for the fastest 100 meters in 57 seconds in a handstand position on forearm crutches.

Tameru was born with deformed feet and unable to use his legs, but has made an art out of using his crutches. Needless to say, Zegeye is very proud of all he has accomplished. Watch the video below.

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