Dr. Narinder Singh, Salil Kulkarni and Tej Pandey from Aamby Valley City give a record breaking performance
MUMBAI, FEBRUARY 2017: It is raining rewards and accolades for Aamby Valley City. In a recently held campaign by the name of “Under Water Cycling for Climate Change”, some of the team members of Aamby Valley City participated and made their way to create a world record. Dr. Narinder Singh, Mr. Salil Kulkarni and Mr. Tej Pandey from Aamby Valley City have set a benchmark in underwater cycling at a depth of 30 feet for 50 + meters in open sea and eating fruits under water. These participants created a record by performing the tasks in a stipulated time frame.
The task was not an easy one to be accomplished. Every night the team had several rounds of discussions on the positives and shortcomings of each team member and focused on improvements next day, which ultimately helped them on gaining the coordination in right place along with confidence in each other. With perfect planning the team accomplished the task in minimum time with precise coordinated efforts. The Chief Instructor was also very impressed with their performance, as he hadn’t come across anyone in history who learnt, planned, coordinated and executed these types of underwater tasks in Open Sea.
Commenting on the occasion, COL. SAJAL KUMAR SINHA (RETD.), Chief General Manager – Golf, HR & Administration, said “A standing ovation to our team members who have created a world record by performing such a dauntingly innovative task. This is a first time ever task in which every team member has put his heart, mind and soul to achieve the goal. It feels great to be associated with a campaign which is for a noble cause. Team Sahara Star and Aamby Valley City salutes the spirit of these winners.”