SSG Captain breaks 30-year-old record by running 6 hours without taking a break
The soldier was equipped with a heavily loaded kit bag and his SMG!
A captain from Pakistan Army’s Special Services Group (SSG), Naveed Hussain, broke a record for physical endurance by running continuously for six hours without taking a break. The record was set thirty years ago and had been untouched ever since.
Captain Naveed covered a distance of 60 kilometers in a record time of 6 hours and 28 minutes. What makes his feat even more astonishing is that the soldier was equipped with a heavily loaded kit bag and his SMG.
— PAF Falcons (@PAF_Falcons) March 12, 2020
There is no doubt that when it comes to strength and courage, Pakistan Armed Forces remain on the top. Captain Naveed has undoubtedly made his country proud with this amazing achievement.
Here’s what the people had to say about it:
Proud of our heroes @OfficialDGISPR
— Syed M Abubakar (@SyedMAbubakar) March 14, 2020
ہمت محنت لگن سب کچھ “وطن”💐
ایک شیلڈ ،🏅 پر اکتفا اور فاخر۔۔
— Zia Mahmood Khan (@ZeemkayZia) March 14, 2020
Captain Naveed Hussain,
A Proud moment for us all,
— Pakistan Armed Forces (Patriot)🇵🇰 (@PakistanFauj) March 13, 2020
Congratulations 🎉 🎊 it gives immense satisfaction when our own people are bestowed with achievement which we couldn’t gain at our times … sure you all are inspirations for coming generations .🙌
— Syedtehrenshah (@Syedtehrenshah5) March 13, 2020
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