Teen sets world record with silambam team

Record-setters: Shree (front row, second from left) and a few of her teammates at a ceremony honouring their participation at the KWR event.

FROM young, Shree Shivani Sargunan, fondly known among her family and friends as Shivani, has been exposed to the martial arts, especially since her father believes in the importance of equipping his children in self-defence skills.

“I first learnt karate in primary school. An instructor taught us every Saturday,” the 17-year-old told StarEdu.

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