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Meet 4 Kids That Are Guinness Book Of Records Holders

Anyone can beat the Guinness World Record, regardless of age, height, or educational level. The Guinness Book of Records has acknowledged numerous young people for their incredible feats at an early age.

Four well-known young people who hold Guinness World Records are profiled in this article.

1. The World's Most Youngest Club DJ

As a result of DJ Archie Norbury, the world's youngest DJ has performed in nightclubs all around the world and at music festivals in the United Kingdom. As a result of his performance at the 'Bugalow' nightclub in Hong Kong, the little child was acknowledged by the Guinness Book of World Records on October 18, 2019. He set the record at the age of 4 years, 130 days, according to the book.

2. Most football touches in a minute ever recorded

Astonishing Youngster It's no secret that Eche, a player from Nigeria's Delta State, is recognized for his tremendous smash football freestyling talents. While carrying a football on his back, Eche, then 12, set a record for the most consecutive soccer touches made in one minute. On November 14, 2019, he smashed the record with a total of 111 touches, earning him recognition from FIFA and a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

3. The World's Most Youngest Computer Programmer

After passing a test using the phyton programming language, Arham Om Talsania holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's youngest programmer. He was born on January 24, 2013, in India, and his parents are from the United States. Class 2 students set the record on January 23, 2021, the day before the 7-year-birthday, old's according to Guinness World Records.

According to Talsania, his father taught him how to code when he was 2 years old and he began using tablets at that age. After that, he was able to pick up even more programming knowledge from his father.

4. Kid with the most YouTube view.

Ryan of Ryan Toys Review holds the record for the most-viewed YouTube channel for a 'Millcennial' which means someone who was born after 2000 according to Guinness World Record.

When he was just 6 years old, the youngster broke the record. His 'Ryan's World' channel garnered 12 billion views throughout that time period. His YouTube channel currently has a following of 30.7 million people and has received 48 billion cumulative views.

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