Tiluck Keisam, India’s skating prodigy, having a Limca Book of Records

Tiluck Keisam

He is just 7-year-old and has already placed his name in the Limca Book of Records. Meet, skating prodigy Tiluck Keisam. After registering his name in the Limca Book of Records, by performing a 50-metre limbo skate under a horizontal bar set at the height of 7.5 to 9 inches from ground level, Tiluck Keisam is aiming for the Guinness Book of World Records.

I love skating and I have been skating since 2013. Today, I’m very happy that I completed more than 100 meters. I want to become a famous skater. I want to play at the international level and want to bring a gold medal for my country. Tiluck Keisam said.



A Class two student of Bluebells School International in Delhi, Tiluck has been skating since 2013. Tiluck has participated in various competitions and won a total of 36 medals and many certificates. Under the guidance of Coach Rohtash Dinodia in the capital, Tiluck was adjudged as the overall best Limbo skater in Delhi for the year 2014-15. Tiluck is an all-rounder. Apart from skating, he also loves painting and drawing. In fact, he has won several prizes in drawing and painting competitions.

We feel very proud of him, because now, we have come to know that he has got many talents. He has won numerous medals not only in skating, but also in drawing and painting competitions, and at the National Science Olympiad also. Said Ricky Keisam, Tiluck’s father.

Tiluck is now preparing to get his name in the Asia Book of Records. At such a tender age, Tiluck Keisam has not only made India proud, but his success story is truly an inspiration for other children.


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  1. yuvraj says:

    Excellent I am also interested in skating since 2013 n I can do limbo skating