Poorna Malavath
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Poorna Malavath

Poorna Malavath

Other Sports ( Mountaineering )

While when a basic 13 year old tries to figure out what he or should have for snacks, Poorna Malavath was busy making records. On 25th May 2014, the 13 year old climbed the highest peak of Mount Everest and became the youngest Indian and the youngest girl in the world to have reached the summit. Earlier it was Jordan Romero who had achieved such a feat at an age of 13 years and 10 months.

After reaching the milestone, there was no turning back for young Malavath. She scaled Mt. Elbrus, the highest peak in Russia and in Europe on 27 July 2017. After reaching the summit of Elbrus, she unfurled a 50ft long Indian Tricolour singing the Indian National Anthem.

Poorna was born at a town named Pakala, in Telangana state, India. Where she joined the "Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society" for her studies. It was there, where her flair for mountaineering was discovered by the secretary of the Society Dr. R S Praveen Kumar. She was then shortlisted for Operation Everest, where she climbed the mountains of Ladakh and Darjeeling just so to get prepared for Mount Everest.

Fast&Up feels proud to feel a talent like this and wishes her all the best for her future endeavours.

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