Olof Eriksson completed two laps drifting a motorcycle on an ice racing track without wearing a shirt.
Madison W. held an ice cube with both hands for 16 minutes, 9.89 seconds.
Randy Parsons-Duff performed The Centipede dance in 5 degrees
Fahrenheit (–15 Celsius) weather conditions.
Darryl Learie built an ice sculpture 21 feet and 6 inches (6.67 meters)
in height. The measurement was taken from the ground level to the top of
Ankur Singh submerged himself in an ice bath for 52 minutes.
NOTE: This record can be dangerous and may only be attempted by trained professionals.
Team World Record Ice (Dawson List, Max Zuleta, James Ottens, Dominique Collel, and Joe Rimer) built an ice bar 207 feet in length. Read more about the feat here.
Team World Record Ice (Dawson List, Max Zuleta, James Ottens, Dominique Collel, and Joe Rimer) sculpted an ice luge 23 feet tall. They called it Rapunzel and the piece was the centerpoint of their ice bar. Read more about the feat here.
A total of nine members of Concord Baptist Youth sang Jesus Loves Me
while standing in a kiddie pool filled ith ice water.
Hannah Mansour removed 30 hot dogs from a bucket of ice water in 54.64
seconds using only her feet.
Taylor Blair landed 21 consecutive single axel jumps on his ice
Maggie Houseman completed 25 consecutive walleys on ice skates.
Kevin Lynch posted 15 images of ‘Caution: Falling Ice’ signs in a single
blog post, a new world record.
Lynch put up the blog post on January 16, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.
Dan Lynch was present to serve as a witness.
You can see the entire blog post here.
Heather O’Neal tap danced at an elevation of 5364 meters. She
performed the feat at Mount Everest’s South Base Camp in Khumbu,
Zack Tons, James Lenhart, and Jon Reinhold made a gallon of Pepsi
slushie using a homemade slushie machine in three minutes, 9.50
They poured three liters of soda and five pounds of ice in to a homemade
machine made from a five-gallon cooler and a 1/2 horsepower garbage
disposal to achieve the feat.
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