Led by Rob Gura, Brook, Jenna, and Morgan created a cootie catcher 36 inches in length.
Yogesh Barnela folded a cootie catcher, also known as a paper fortune teller, that measured 1 millimeter across.
Nicole McLaughlin and her friend made 26 cootie catchers in 10 minutes.
Donna M. completed 84 tongue “clovers” in 30 seconds.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Anthony Biffa folded and unfolded a Brompton bicycle in 21.04 seconds.
Igor F. bent his tongue and held it in position for two minutes, 20.42 seconds.
Clint Poore used his bare hands to roll up an eight-inch aluminum frying pan in 11.20 seconds.
Clint Poore used his bare hands to roll up a 12-inch aluminum frying pan in 10.65 seconds.
Dayle Klinkhamer has 200 origami pieces in his collection.
Nick Thompson made a five-fold Thai crown in 13.80 seconds.
Tessie Mss fit 1,000 origami stars inside a large origami star.
Neelesh K. created an origami cobra measuring 243 centimeters long using Indian Rupee notes.
Brian Pankey balanced 15 towels on his head while balancing on a rola bola.
Alyjha Williams folded 27 towels in four minutes and 11.76 seconds.
22 campers from iD Tech Camp at Princeton University folded
their tongues at the same time.
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