Eric K. threw a football into a basketball hoop from 125 feet away.
Mark E. balanced an American football on his thumb for five minutes, 38.87 seconds.
At the 2014 Super Bowl in East Rutherford, New Jersey, 30 fans assembled in triangle formation and set a world record for the Largest Human Doritos Chip. RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to count and officiate.
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Doritos hoisted a group of 20 people 137 feet in the air and set a world record for the the highest suspended football party. RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to adjudicate the attempt. The record was set as part of the Doritos Bold 50 campaign.
Chris Miller sucessfully threw a football from a boat to his friend who
was 60 feet away riding a wakeboard. They set the world record on Lake
Adam L. punted a basketball into a basketball next from 150 feet away.
Mark Evans balanced an American football on his thumb for four minutes, 43.19 seconds while sitting.
Nick M. caught an American football 31 consecutive times using only one hand.
Brian Pankey completed 138 consecutive one-handed dribbles of an American football in 30 seconds while juggling two tennis balls in his other hand.
Brian Pankey dealt 20 cards individually with one hand while spinning an American football on one finger.
Brian Pankey completed seven Charlier card cuts while spinning an American football on his left hand.
Alex Cunningham twirled two Terrible Towels in one hand while
wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers foam finger and a Pittsburgh Steelers
Brian Pankey dribbled an American football 78 times in one minute using alternating hands while tossing a tennis ball back and forth between alternating hands.
Brian Pankey dribbled an American football 47 times in 30 seconds using alternating hands while tossing a tennis ball back and forth between alternating hands.
Mark E. balanced an American football on top of a rugby ball for three minutes, 2.53 seconds.
John's friend, Ben, caught 18 American footballs two-handed in one minute.
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