Most Revolutions With Another Human Dangling From One's Waist
Spencer Renfro rotated 34 times while swinging Pete Moyer from his waist.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should be attempted with caution.
Most Consecutive Tennis Volleys
Record is set on 4th attempt in video.
Longest Time Hula Hooping While Standing On One Leg
Mridula Shanker hula hooped while standing on one foot for 40 minutes,
Most Wheelchair Wheelies In One Minute
Sean C. performed 20 consecutive wheelies in his wheelchair in just one
Most Consecutive Hands-Out Pull-Ups (Male)
Nathan Van raised his body to the sky 34 times utilizing the hands-out
Longest Track Stand
Niki Yoshiuchi did atrack standthat lasted33.41 seconds.
The record was set on August 9, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City.His bike was a 53 cm Iro Mark V. Witnesses were
Colin Nissan and Talia Ledner.
Most People Bunny Hopped Over On A Bicycle
Captain Doggy-Style bunny hoppedover two live human beings on his
Longest Time Walking On Hands
Patrick Y. walked on his hands for one minute, 10.22 seconds.
Longest Time Holding The Crow Pose
Tai Star held a yoga crow pose for two minutes, 35.60 seconds.
Longest Bicycle Ride To Burning Man
Maksim K. spent 54 days bicycling 3699 miles to Burning Man. About
Burning Man: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burning_Man
Most Consecutive Back Flips On Stilts
Dave Hale set a world record with a 21 consecutive back flips on stilts.
The record was set on September 1, 2005 at the Burning Man festival
in Black Rock City, Nevada.
Executive Committee members from the Playa Book of Records were present
to witness and document the feat.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained
Most Consecutive Handstand Push-Ups
Mamuka Ormotsadze defied gravity as he performed 48 consecutive
Longest Bicycle Skid Mark
Full details of the record available here.
Longest Successful Croquet Shot
Jovah Siegel made an accurate croquet shot 16 feet in length.
Most Consecutive Jumps Over One's Own Leg
Josh Graber displays tremendous leaping fortitude by jumping over his
own leg an unprecedented 19 consecutive times. Graber never let go of
his non-jumping foot while setting the record.
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