Rameshwar Gurjar is now an Internet sensation as his video of running 100m in only 11 seconds turned into a web sensation. While it is not an official time, there is no uncertainty about his speed. So, if you hear his name in the near future on a track or field, don't get astonished because he really deserves this.
Coming from Madhya Pradesh, this young athlete unquestionably appears to be the genuine deal. The first video was shared by former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. It grabbed the attention of none other than our Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, who assumed on the liability of taking care of the athlete's preparation himself. This is what he needed to state, and furthermore look at the speed of this young man being referred to in the video:
Union Minister Rijju replied to the video in no time and assured he would make sure that the 19-year-old gets admitted to an athletics academy in the country.
The Sports Minister of Madhya Pradesh Jitu Patwari rushed to respond and welcomed Gurjar to Bhopal. He likewise said that he will minister that if the kid got the best possible facilities, he could run 100m in 9 seconds. As per reports, he hails from a family of farmers from the Shivpuri locale.
The current men's world record in the 100-meter race is 9.58 seconds, set by the quickest man on earth-Jamaica's Usain Bolt in 2009. The national record is 10.26 seconds, set by Amia Kumar Malik in 2016, according to the Athletics Federation of India site.