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The boy's training allowed him to drift underneath 39 SUVs in less than 30 seconds.

An Indian boy may have just landed himself in the Guinness Book of World Records, thanks to his incredible roller skating skills.

In a video produced by Barcroft TV, six-year-old Gagan Satish is seen performing ground-hugging splits while gliding on skates.

“He used to love skating,” Satish’s mother Hema says in the video. “He used to practice for hours. While doing exercises and skating, we could see that his body is very flexible.”

Satish’s training allowed him to drift underneath 39 SUVs (an approximate distance of 230 feet) in less than 30 seconds, the Huffington Post reported. If confirmed by Guinness, Satish’s feat may eclipse Shreeya Rakesh Deshpande, who is the record-holder for Farthest Distance Limbo Skating Under Cars. He set that record in 2012 at at 158 feet.

H/T Huffington Post | Screengrab via YouTube

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