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At just 7,092 days of age, Afghanistan's teenage leg-spinning sensation has become the top-ranked ODI bowler, making him the youngest ever No.
Summary: Melbourne [Australia], Jan 17 (ANI): Ukraine's Marta Kostyuk became the youngest tennis star to book her place in the third round of a grand slam in over two decades.
ISLAMABAD -- The world's youngest Microsoft certified Information Technology (IT) expert of Pakistan Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa was remembered on her 6th death anniversary on Sunday.
ISLAMABAD:The world's youngest Microsoft certified Information Technology (IT) expert of Pakistan, Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa was remembered on her 6th death anniversary on Sunday.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif has congratulated Pakistani girl student Roma Syedeen on achieving the award of youngest Microsoft Professional.
JACK AITCHISON celebrated a stunning double on Sunday, becoming Celtic's youngest ever top-team player - and youngest goalscorer.
The youngest player ever to play in the NBA was Andrew Bynum at the age of 17, while the oldest was Nat Hickey at the age of 45.
Rooney, 29, said: "My youngest lad, since the first day he could walk, he's been wanting a ball.
A BOY of five has become the world's youngest computer expert after passing an exam usually taken by graduates.
Some sides have chosen a more youthful squad than others, as Ghana are taking the youngest of all 32 teams, while Argentina are taking the oldest.
Januzaj is up against Dina Asher-Smith, at 17 the second youngest female to win a medal at the world athletics championships when she helped Great Britain's women secure bronze in the 4x100m relay.
nRITAIN'S youngest HEAD chef would be more accurate, as we meet MJ 19-year-old Luke Thomas, the Chef Patron of Luke's Dining Room in Cookham, Buckinghamshire.