Brian, dressed in a bunny suit, outran "Elmer Fudd" 85 feet. He set the record as part of "In The Mix Records".
Brian W. ran 10 mph on a treadmill placed on a street sidewalk. He wore a full bunny suit throughout the entire attempt. Brian set the record as part of "In The Mix Records" to be presented at his high school student ministry.
This record was set as part of Prius Records, a two-day event
streamed live on the Internet. In a 48-hour period, URDB officials
adjudicated 200 Prius-related world records. This was the most records
ever documented in a 48-hour window, a world record in and of itself.
The event took place in Los Angeles, California on March 30th and 31st,
2011. See all the records set at the event here.
Peter Kuhberg made an entire playing card suit in 45 hours. He used six
decks of standard playing cards to build the outfit.
Peter Craig opened a suitcase and put on a suit in 17.24 seconds.
This record was one of 14 records Craig broke while setting the record
for Most URDB World Records Broken In 10 Minutes.
Rich Ferguson sorted a full suit of 13 playing cards from a shuffled
deck in 7.16 seconds.
Sean Goldsmith has two full body suits in his collection.
Dressed in a banana suit, Alex Clayton led 96 people in dancing to March of the Mods.
Nate T. juggled three pumpkins for two minutes, 3.12 seconds while dressed as a Care Bear.
Brian W. bought a total of 25 pounds of carrots in a store. He wore a full bunny suit throughout the entire attempt. He set the record as part of "In The Mix Records" to be presented at his high school student ministry.
Caleb B.'s teammate stuffed 444 marshmallows into his Santa suit in one minute.
Neil Moallem and three of his friends wore the same suit in one minute.
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.
Andy Ellwood fit 15 pocket squares in his jacket pocket in 30 seconds. He set the record at Eton of Sweden's store in New York City.
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