Doug McManaman balanced a 28-inch handsaw on his thumb for nine minutes, 3.29 seconds.
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Tai Star hula hooped on a slackline for 28.70 seconds.
Zakk S. unicycled 30 feet (360 inches) underwater.
John S. used his breath to continuously inflate a hot water bottle. The bottle burst at the three minute, 12.15 second mark.
Doug McManaman balanced a replica of a ship weighing seven pounds on top of a pole on his chin for one minute, 18.84 seconds while kneeling.
He set the record during the Cumberland County Exhibition in Oxford, Nova Scotia. Host Randy Geddes, Mallory Wolchuk, and Carl Mcmanaman witnessed the attempt.
Madison W. held an ice cube with both hands for 16 minutes, 9.89 seconds.
James B. juggled three clubs for one minute, 6.60 seconds while jumping on a pogo stick. He set the record during the Ekka 2013 event in Brisbane, Australia. Learn more about James here.
Doug McManaman balanced a broom on his finger for 38 minutes, 48.12 seconds.
Tony D. balanced a golf ball on top of a tee on his nose for one minute, 28.54 seconds.
Isaac Mathis ran 5,051,669 meters in a single game of Temple Run.
Dan Acher set up 499 flags inside mouse traps and set off a domino
chain, with the flags triggering the mouse traps.This record was created
for the Swiss National Day celebration in Geneva and was inspired by
an OK GO video.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot American Flag on his chin for one minute, 37.34 seconds while listening to Whitney Houston's version of The Star-Spangled Banner.
Finn Williams performed a handstand on his fingertips. He remained balanced in position for 54.71 seconds.
Christian Donnell pronounced “No” lasting 43.62 seconds.
Adam G. frowned for 42 minutes, 59.00 seconds.
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