Brian Pankey completed 11 consecutive catches doing reverse shoulder
throws with three balls on a rola bola.
Tim Jago flicked a diabolo 30 meters into the air and caught it three times.
Nick M. caught an American football 31 consecutive times using only one hand.
Andy's brother, Jon, caught stuffed animals 111 times. The stuffed animals were thrown by Andy from upstairs.
Clint Dalton and his sister, both of whom have red hair, each ate a pack
of Smarties while playing Velcro Catch.
36 pairs of two set the record, beating the existing mark by six pairs.
The group is part of iD Tech Camp at Princeton University.
1,382 students at Bharathiyar Matriculation School in Tamil Nadu, India played catch using plastic balls.
Shawn caught a Doritos chip thrown from 25 feet away using his mouth. The record was set as part of the Doritos Bold 50 campaign.
Dan B. led his friend to catch 21 bananas in one minute while blindfolded. He set the record at Russell McDowell School with 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students for their Core Essentials Assembly.
Tom Paquin balanced 46 American pennies on his elbow and caught them with the same hand.
A camper at BGC Springville in Springville, New York caught 21 balls using a traffic cone in one minute.
Jason H. completed 14 catches juggling four balls in a fountain pattern using two ladles.
Tony Duncan and his friend threw a bowler hat between them, completing six catches using their heads.
Luke Davies completed 12 catches juggling nine balls while balancing a juggling club on his nose.
Vaughan Heussenstamm completed 33 catches juggling two baseballs in his right hand while balancing a baseball bat in his left hand.
A Doritos fan caught a football using one hand 136 consecutive times while holding a Doritos Mix bag. The record was set as part of the Doritos Bold 50 campaign.
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