Abhimanyu Mishra has become the youngest chess grandmaster in history, beating a record previously held by Sergey Karjakin of Russia.
While he may not even be old enough to drive, Abhimanyu Mishra already has a place in the record books.
This week, Mishra was named the youngest chess grandmaster in history, earning the title at 12 years, 4 months, and 25 days old, the U.S. Chess Federation announced. Mishra was previously named both the youngest master in U.S. history at 9 years and two months as well as the youngest International Master ever at 10 years, nine months, and three days, the Federation noted.