Longest Time To Keep Exercise Ball Aloft Using A Parachute Toss

United States Peter Vigeant

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Brooklyn, New York, United States / June 6, 2010

Four members of the ESI Design Team threw an exercise ball in the air using a parachute and kept it aloft for 2.75 seconds.

The record was set during the Ball-Popevent at the 2010 Come Out and Play Festival[] in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. URDB official Rob Birdsong was on hand as a witness.

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- must use 3'6" exercise ball
- must use 6' parachute
- no more than four people allowed to throw ball
- ball does not need to land back on parachute
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