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Most Apple Laptops Held At Once By A Professional Athlete

00:10 United States

Kerry Rhodes, a safety for the New York Jets NFL football team, held eight Apple laptops at once. Rhodes held the computers for approximately 15 seconds.

Youngest Disabled Athlete To Wheelchair On The Peak Of A House

00:24 Canada

Benjamin Hagkull, a disabled 12-year-old boy, wheelchaired along the peak of a roof. NOTE: This record is dangerous. Please do not attempt this record without proper training and safety precautions.

Most European Football Players Mentioned In A Tweet

United States

Jordan T. mentioned 48 European football players in a tweet. He used first and last names from players from the Spanish First, Second and Third Division, Portuguese First Division, French First Division and Slovenian First Division.

Most Sports Competed In At Elite Level In One Year

10:02 United States

Alicia Weber competed in 10 sports at Elite level in 2009.

Most Sports Competed In At Elite Level With One World Championship Victory

07:32 United States

Alicia Weber competed in 16 different sports at Elite level. She won 1st place in the 10K Beach Running World Championships last 2011.

Fastest 20-Yard Pro Agility Shuttle (Athlete Over 281 Lbs.)

00:53 United States

Jason F. performed a 20-yard Pro Agility Shuttle in 4.05 seconds.

Longest Kettlebell Swing Exercise By A Group

02:35:47 United States

Led by Mark Lammas, members of Athletic Performance Training facility in Bromsgrove, UK performed kettlebell swing exercises for three hours and 40 minutes. The team swung over one million times collectively or 1,028,434 pounds during the entire attempt. They set the record to raise funds to help wheelchair athlete Lauren Rowles.

Fastest Time "Rounding The Bases" In A Wheelchair While Juggling Two Basketballs

01:12 United States

JJ rounded the bases in 45.69 seconds in a wheelchair while juggling two basketballs. He set the record to encourage and inspire wheelchair athletes to become record setters.

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