Hitarth Mahajan identified 118 national flags in one minute. He is six years old.
Gunnar Garfors, Tay-young Pak, and Oyestin Djupvik traveled to 19 countries in 24 hours.
They visited Greece, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. Read more about their journey here.
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.
The Essex Animal visited England, The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, and France, eating a McDonald's Big Mac in each country.
Martin recited all 50 United States alphabetically while riding on a pogo stick in 20.91 seconds.
Jamie Stevenson skied in 16 countries in 20 days. He set the record to raise money for Disability Snowsport UK. Watch all his skiing adventures here.
Clint P. set RecordSetter World Records in four different countries.
Snehil Prakruth.N named 219 different country capitals in five minutes, 8.96 seconds. He is two years, 10 months old.
Eshaani R. named 196 capitals of different countries in five minutes, 5.97 seconds. She is four years old.
James Asquith visited all 196 countries in the world at the young age of 24. He was born on December 30, 1988. He started traveling five years ago when he was still a student at a university.
Asquith likes meeting new people and going to unusual places off the traditional tourist trails. Amongst his favorite places to visit are Iran and the United States.
Three-year-old Nethin named 196 capitals of different countries in five minutes, 46.75 seconds.
At 22 months old, Siddhu identified 115 countries on the world map. He knows the alphabet and likes to learn new things.
Vedant Kumar named the capitals of 217 sovereign countries and non-sovereign states and regions.
Five-year-old Vedant Kumar named 196 capitals of different countries.
Michael Smith named 36 African countries while jumping on a pogo stick and wearing a prom dress after eating two whole Jalapeno peppers. He set the record as part of the College of Lake County Social Action Club's World Record Day fundraiser for the Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center in Gurnee, Illinois.
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