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05:21 England

Longest Tandem Bicycle Ride With A Full-Sized Artificial Skeleton In Back Seat

Kadhim Shubber

Kadhim Shubber rode 891 miles with a full-sized skeleton on the back seat of his tandem bicycle. He cycled from John O'Groats, Scotland to Land's End, England. He set the record to raise money for scholarship programs at Imperial College London. Read more about the feat here.

00:37 United States

Fastest Time To Identify All Individual Bones Of The Hand And Wrist

Johnathan Hewis

Johnathan's friend identified all of the individual bones of the hand and wrist using a model human skeleton in 25.37 seconds. She set the record to celebrate World Radiography Day.

India

Most Human Bones Mentioned In A Tweet

Dr. Krishna N. Sharma

Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 24 human bones in a single tweet.

United States

Longest Time With Broken Clavicle Before Having Surgery

Joseph Yi

Joseph Yi broke his collar bone on November 16, 2010 in a motor accident. The bone remains broken as of May 11th, 2011. A total of 176 days passed between the break and Yi’s surgery. The broken clavicle was initially documented on January 11, 2010. NOTE: For safety reasons, we are declaring this a closed category. Future submissions won’t be recognized.

United States

Most Screws In A Clavicle Bone

Eric Hagood

Eric Hagood has eight screws placed in his collar bone. See full-sized image here.

00:59 Australia

Most Human Bones Named In 30 Seconds

Deb Craig

Deborah Craig recited 27 human bones from memory in 30 seconds. Bones listed: - frontal - parietal - temporal - occipital - ethmoid - sphenoid - zygomatic - mandible - maxilla - cranium - clavicle - ribs - cervical vertebrae - thoracic vertebrae - lumbar vertebrae - hip - sacrum - tibia - fibula - patella - radius - ulna - humerus - intermediate phalanges - proximal phalanges - distal phalanges - calcaneus (heel)

01:07 United States

Farthest Distance To Throw A Bag Filled With Turkey Bones

Naythen Wilson

Naythen Wilson threw a bag of frozen turkey bones 53 feet and four inches (16.26 meters).

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