Tai Star recited a 265-word quote from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life while driving with a RecordSetter Book of World Records balanced on his head.
Daniel Patrick performed a one-armed handstand for 7.53 seconds while Tony Duncan spun around and balanced a ball on his face.
Colt Whitmore performed a one-foot nose manual on a skateboard that
lasted 182 feet.
Michael L. performed a piked press-to-handstand on a gymnastics balance beam for one minute, 15.66 seconds.
Michael L. performed a planche on a gymnastics balance beam for 6.50 seconds.
Michael L. performed a planche on circus hand balancing canes for 6.91 seconds.
Darryl Learie performed a six-finger plank exercise without using his thumbs or pinkies with his feet on a 46-inch incline. He remained balanced in position for 7.20 seconds.
Doug McManaman extended a tape measure 365.76 cm (12 ft) with an egg
balanced on top.
Doug McManaman extended a tape measure 335.28 cm (11 ft) with a golf
ball and an egg balanced on top.
McManaman extended a tape measure 156 inches (3.96 meters) with a golf
ball on top of it. The measuring stopped as soon as the tape measure
Dominic Pavicic climbed onto a closed folding ladder and stayed balanced on it for 50.94 seconds, a new world record.
Pavicic set the record on March 1, 2009 at his home in Perth,
Australia. Neil Fernandez was present to time and document the record.
NOTE: This category is dangerous. If you attempt to beat the record, please use safety and caution and have adult supervision on hand.
Doug McManaman balanced 100 golf balls in a wire basket on his forehead
for one minute, 29.82 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced a pool cue with a wine bottle on top using a
wooden spoon as a mouth stick while kneeling for 48.61 seconds.
NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please use proper safety
Tai Star balanced three juggling balls on one finger for two minutes,
Brian Pankey balanced 11 interconnected highlighters on his chin for 50.44 seconds. He performed the entire record on his knees.
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