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Fastest Time to Swim Around the Archipelago in Sattahip Bay

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Record Number: WRC231130M 

Record of Achievements: 6 hours 36 minutes and 25 seconds 

Place of Record: Thailand 

Record time: 11th November 2023 

Aryan Surjeet Dadiala from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, swam a distance of 21 kilometers around the 7 islands in Sattahip Bay, in 6 hours 36 minutes and 25 seconds on 11th November 2023. Verified by the WRCA, he set the world record for the "Fastest Time to Swim Around the Archipelago in Sattahip Bay".


Aryan Surjeet Dadiala, a prodigious swimmer hailing from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, achieved an extraordinary feat on November 11, 2023. He undertook a challenging swim around the seven islands of Sattahip Bay, a picturesque location nestled on the eastern side of the Gulf of Siam, in Chonburi Province, Thailand. The distance covered in this remarkable endeavor was 21 kilometers.

Aryan completed this swim in a record time of 6 hours, 36 minutes, and 25 seconds. His exceptional performance was recognized and verified by the World Record Certification Agency (WRCA), earning him the prestigious title of the "Fastest Time to Swim Around the Archipelago in Sattahip Bay".


Aryan's achievements extend beyond the realm of sports. He is also a humanitarian, having set up a COVID center in Lonavala, Maharashtra, during the pandemic. He also runs the Aryan Sports Academy, which promotes physical fitness and positive lifestyles through athletic events and health education programs.


Aryan's journey is a testament to his dedication, resilience, and passion for swimming. His records serve as an inspiration for aspiring swimmers and sports enthusiasts around the world. 


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