Lucas R. said “Throwboy pillows” 26 times in 30 seconds while balancing
a Throwboy pillow on his feet.
Tai Star sang the The Alphabet Song nine times while balancing a drumstick on his pinky finger and standing on one foot.
Brian Pankey completed 34 consecutive flips of a waffle in a seven inch
diameter skillet while spinning a toothbrush in his other hand and
standing on a rola bola.
Suresh Gaur stood and sat 218 times while balancing five cans on his right pinky finger.
Viktor O. spun around 5 times while balancing a tennis racket on a hacky sack held in his hand.
Pavol Durdik bounced a balloon 275 times in one minute while balancing a pillow on his head.
William C. stood up from a seated position three times in one minute while balancing a 12-pound barbell on his head.
Richard Wilson caught a CD balanced on his elbow 25 times in 30 seconds.
Using tremendous focus and a steady hand, master stacker Sam Jaffe
built a world record 133-inch domino tower.
On October 7, 2008, Jaffe began to lay the base layers of a domino
skyscraper at his home in San Diego, California. Hundreds of dominoes, two ladders, and four days later, he’d created
an architectural marvel.
Eric W. built a VHS tape tower measuring 101 inches tall.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole with a garden rake on his thumb 288 inches (24 feet) in length.
Doug McManaman used a 154-inch (12.83 foot) pole to balance a sink on his chin.
Stephen Smith balanced on a large ball and remained in place for 24 hours, 54 minutes, 29.00 seconds. He set the record to raise funds for Pueblo Children's Chorale. Read more about the feat here.
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Doug McManaman balanced a tower containing 24 eggs on his chin while
he sat in a chair atop a six-foot ladder for 14.85 seconds.
Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt rode a bicycle with his feet on the
handlebars for two minutes, 40.45 seconds, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
Kleinschmidt set the record on June 28, 2009 in a McKinney, Texas
parking lot. Karise Marie Carrillo was present as a witness.
Niki Yoshiuchi combines his bicycle and yo-yo skills en route to setting
a world record for the longest yo-yo sleeper while doing a one-foot
track stand. Yoshiuchi stayed balanced for 33.41 seconds.
The record was set on August 9, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City. Niki used a YoYoJam Hitman yo-yo. His bike was a
53 cm Iro Mark V. Witnesses were Colin Nissan and Talia Ledner.
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