Pakistan’s Nabeel Breaks India’s Guinness World Record By Memorizing 120 Three-Digit Flash Number

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Pakistan’s Nabeel Breaks India’s Guinness World Record By Memorizing 120 Three-Digit Flash Number
Pakistan’s Nabeel Breaks India’s Guinness World Record By Memorizing 120 Three-Digit Flash Number

Pakistan’s Nabeel Hasan has achieved a remarkable feat by setting a new Guinness World Record. He has memorized 120 random 3-digit flash numbers in the correct sequence, earning him the title “Most three-digit flash numbers memorized – 40 sets.”


His mentor, Sania Alam, from the Futuristic Learning Institute in the USA, played an essential part in helping him achieve such an impressive level of memory mastery.


Nabeel’s commitment and training have also enabled him to participate in global mind sports events like the World Memory Championships. In this competition, he won the Junior UK Memory Champion title in 2019 and secured a Bronze Medal in the UK Mind Mapping Championship.


Previously, in 2022, Nabeel set another Guinness World Record for “Longest Number Sequence Memorized in Four Seconds.” He remembered 30 random numbers in just 4 seconds, breaking the previous record set by someone from India.


In Nabeel’s view, with proper training and dedication, everyone can unlock the power of their memory. His impressive achievements also highlight the outstanding coaching abilities of Sania Alam. She has mentored other students to become World Memory Champions, World Speed Reading Champions, and World Mind Mapping Champions (junior). Additionally, her guidance has helped achieve four other Guinness World Records.

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