A female Japanese performer has ousted a two-time reigning world champion to become the world’s best air guitarist.
Nanami Nagura (名倉七海), aka “Seven Seas,” delivered and triumphed at the grand final of the 23rd annual Air Guitar World Championships in Oulu, Finland on Aug. 24.
Meet Keisuke Hashimoto, a Japanese man who is regarded by fans online as the “Lebron James of Stone Skipping” after winning the World Stone Skimming Championships in Scotland.
Stone skimming, or stone skipping, is the act of throwing a flat stone across the water — usually in a sidearm fashion — to make it bounce off the surface as many times as possible.
Meet Lalu Muhammad Zohri, the athlete who took home the winning medal at the recent Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland after beating seven other contestants in the under-20 100 meter category race on Wednesday.
Zohri took the victory in just 10.18 seconds where he managed to beat athletes from powerhouse countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, and Jamaica, home of the fastest man Usain Bolt, according to The Jakarta Post.