Competitions are made to create records. Some records below our mind away just like the recent news which flew over Malaysia regarding a Saudi boy. Read the new record set by the boy in the article below.
Who is the Saudi boy?
The Saudi boy is Imad Al Amoudi. He is a 12-year-old young child living in Makkah with his twin brother Moaz and went to Sheikh Abdullah Khayat International School.
What is the record set by him?
Imad participated in the World Intelligence Contest on Tuesday in Malaysia and set a record of solving 200 mathematics questions in just 8 minutes.
Did he win the competition?
Imad won the competition among 9,000 other children who competed from 83 different countries in the UCMAS International Competition. Read more: A World Record – The oldest mother gives birth to twins
How did he remark on his record?
Speaking to Arab newspaper, Imad told media about his low expectation of winning the competition. He said,
“Last year there were 5,000 contestants, and so this year I wondered how I could compete with such a large number of participants. I didn’t believe my capabilities could be compared to theirs.”
Where the competition did take place?
The 23rd UCMAS Abacus and Mental Arithmetic International Competition were held at the International Islamic University in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. Read more: Pakistani women stitch complete Holy Quran in 32 years
Source: Gulf News