Marcus Morgan AKA Magnum Opus performed a freestyle rap non-stop for 13 hours, 30 minutes and 23.00 seconds. He set the record at the back office room of The Old Miami in Detroit, Michigan. Learn more about Marcus on his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Perry ‘The Joggler’ Romanowski joggled (juggling while running) 50 miles
in 8 hours, 23 minutes and 52 seconds, a new world record. More details
The feat was achieved on October 27, 2007 along the waterfront in
Chicago, Illinois. Romanowski juggled using Gballz. Witnesses on
hand to document the feat and cheer him on included John Kelly and Tom
In a colossal showing of whistling speed, Mike McGrath whistles
quot;Happy Birthdayquot; 18 times in one minute, a new universal record.
McGrath’s spectacular feat surpasses previous record holder Dan
Rollman’s effort by two renditions. The feat was achieved on February 7,
2009 at his home in Santee, California. No witnesses were present.
Using just sweat and condensation as adhesive, Patrick MacIntosh sets a
new record for the world’s longest ‘beericorn’. MacIntosh kept the can
stuck to his head for a gravity-defying one minute, 53.15 seconds.
Again, no artificial adhesive was used. The can was empty for the
attempt. MacIntosh set his record on August 27, 2008 at the Burning Man
festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. Steve Payonzeck and Xavier Smith
were present to witness and document the feat.
Karl Dintavian flexes serious nostril muscle while setting a new
universal record for the longest nose consecutive wiggle (one minute,
Dintavian set his record on August 30, 2008 at Burning Man in Black
Rock City, Nevada. The feat was timed and documented by Paul Mitchell
and Yasuyuki Tsumashika, executive committee members of the Playa Book
Corey Henderson displays a tremendous ability for horrendous video game
driving by having 11 fiery crashes in one game of Pole Position.
Henderson played on a stand-up arcade version of the game and used just
one quarter. The record was set on September 20, 2008 at the Challenge
Arcade in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.
Brendan Larrabee of Brookline, Massachusetts boldly sets a record by
solving a Rubik’s Cube while sleeping a yo-yo in just three minutes,
36.68 seconds. Timing began when Larrabee began sleeping the yo-yo, and
finished when he brought it back up to his hand after solving the Cube.