Phil Billingham, Shannon Currie, Duncan Mackenzie, and Gerry Mulligan traveled to 18 countries in 24 hours.
They visited Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, France, Luxemburg, Belgium, and Holland. Read more about their journey here.
Kapil Gehlot tied a rope to a Tata turbo truck weighing 9,300
kilograms wore skates and pulled it while skating.
Kapil Gehlot used his beard to pull a vehicle weighing 1046
kilograms (2306 pounds) a distance of 68.96meters(226 feet,
three inches) while wearing roller skates.
Alex J. completed 21 u-turns in two minutes.
David Hartley of Mont Albert, New Zealand solved a Pocket Cube while
riding a RipStik in 13.83 seconds, a new world record.
Woutur Bosch constructed a functioning tricycle weighing 350 kilograms
Omari A. named 73 London Underground Stations in 30 seconds.
Gavin Martin completed seven consecutive push-ups in the bed of a 1993
B2200 Mazda pickup truck, with the bed turned into a swimming pool.
A toy car circle made of 141 vehicles surrounds 3-year-old Cameron
David Hartley solved a Pocket Cube while riding a unicycle in 24.06
seconds, a new world record.
Guy Overfelt shows off his world record-holding 1,896 cubic inch
inflatable Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am. The airfilled vehicle
measures 204quot; long, 84quot; tall and 54quot; wide.
Overfelt submitted the record on March 31, 2009. He keeps the vehicle at
his home in San Francisco, California.
Dylan R. connected 25 Thomas the Tank Engine Trains at once.
Laura Tedford and Jonathan Gutierrez got stopped by the police and
ticketed twice in three hours, a world record. Tedford was ticketed for
not wearing her seat belt, and Gutierrez was ticketed for going 46mph in
a 30mph zone. Both tickets were issued on a road trip to South Padre
Scott Sleder, Josh Gardner, and Tyler Ewen all parked their Jeep
Libertys in one driveway.
Benjamin Fields parked his Kia Spectra between two adjacent vehicles
with exactly two inches of space between the Kia and each vehicle in
front and back of the car.
Matt Piper, Gareth Jones, and Lloyd Jones set off from London (England)
and drove to Cardiff (Wales), Dublin (Ireland), Belfast (Northern
Ireland) and finally Edinburgh (Scotland) in 23 hours and 10 minutes, a
new world record.
This feat was achieved on April 3, 2009. Piper, Jones, and Jones took
the drive as a fundraiser for the British Red Cross on behalf of
their organization, Wendy’s Appeal.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
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