Jason Lintjer spun a pillow on his finger for one hour, 13 minutes and
Bilal Asif combines yo-yo skills with balance skills en route to setting
a new universal record for longest trapeze while standing on on one
foot. The record began when the trapeze started, and ended when Asif
lost his balance.
Asif set his record on August 8, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City. He used a YoYoFactory 401 SD yo-yo and a
YoYoNation HighLightsstring. Witnesses were Talia Ledner and Dan
Niki Yoshiuchi combines his bicycle and yo-yo skills en route to setting
a world record for the longest yo-yo sleeper while doing a one-foot
track stand. Yoshiuchi stayed balanced for 33.41 seconds.
The record was set on August 9, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City. Niki used a YoYoJam Hitman yo-yo. His bike was a
53 cm Iro Mark V. Witnesses were Colin Nissan and Talia Ledner.
Jimmy T. balanced 61 American quarters on his elbow and caught them.
Using tremendous focus and a steady hand, master stacker Sam Jaffe
erects a world record 133-inch domino tower.
On October 7, 2008, Jaffe began to lay the base layers of a domino
skyscraper at his home in San Diego California. Hundreds of 1quot;x
2quot;x 3quot; dominos, two ladders, and four days later, he’d created
an architectural marvel and a new universal record. There were no
witnesses on hand.
BrianPankey performed 110 consecutive forward passes while standing
on one foot.
Andrew Ward ate an entire apple while balancing a deck of UNO cards
on his head in one minute and 7 seconds, a new world record.
Kevin C. Murray balanced 51 American pennies on his elbow and caught
Tai Star stood on his left foot for one hour, two minutes, 3.00 seconds.
Dominic Pavicic climbed onto a closed folding ladder and stayed balanced on it for 50.94 seconds, a new world record.
Pavicic set the record on March 1, 2009 at his home in Perth,
Australia. Neil Fernandez was present to time and document the record.
NOTE: This category is dangerous. If you attempt to beat the record, please use safety and caution and have adult supervision on hand.
Eric W. built a VHS tape tower measuring 101 inches tall.
Jay Nielson used 184 cans of Red Bull Sugarfree to build a tower 16
cans in height.
The record was set on May 8, 2009 in Wellington, New Zealand. Willy
Berger was present to witness the feat and count the cans.
Joe C. stacked seven regular-sized Bic lighters on top of each other.
Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt rode a bicycle with his feet on the
handlebars for two minutes, 40.45 seconds, a new world record.
Kleinschmidt set the record on June 28, 2009 in a McKinney, Texas
parking lot. Karise Marie Carrillo was present as a witness.
Gavin Christie blew over 40 Sharpies using a single breath, a new
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