Mark E. tossed an egg into a glass jar from 11 feet away.
Brian Pankey bounced a baseball off of the side of a building and caught it using his hat 39 times in 30 seconds.
Roald Bradstock threw a snowball 68.10 meters. Bradstock made the
snowballs in Atlanta, Georgia after a snowstorm, and then drove 600
miles to Fort Myers, Florida, where the record was set.
Aaron L. ran a distance of 66 kilometers (41.01 miles) while wearing a gas mask. He set the record during the 40th Marine Corps Marathon. The event was held to raise awareness for the 22 veterans a day who commit suicide.
Aaron served in the Marine Corps for 15 years and was a suicide and crisis negotiator during his time. See his race result here.
Dean G. grinded a rail for 196 inches using a fingerboard.
Marcus' friend, Kaden, shot a rubber band 557.5 inches (46.45 feet) using only his hands.
Mark E. chipped a basketball 288 inches through an open doorway using a golf club.
Roald Bradstock threw a golf club 64.52 yards (59 meters). The distance
displayed in the video is something Bradstock invented called a
Doug McManaman used a golf club to knock a softball through a doorway
from a distance of 50 feet (600 inches) away.
A student camper from iD Tech Camps at Ohio State University reached
a distance of 11 feet in a game of Kitten Cannon.
Vito O. bounced a basketball between his legs and off of the side of a building 32 times in 30 seconds.
Suresh Gaur bounced a baseball between his legs and off of the side of a building 65 times in one minute.
Doug McManaman walked a distance of 620 yards with a raw egg balanced on
the back of each hand.
Brian Winkel used a golf club to knock a tennis ball through a doorway
from a distance of 103 feet (1,236 inches) away.
Acap Hyd rappelled a distance of 400 feet while water rappelling.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained
professionals with appropriate safety precautions.
Mark Evans threw a 10-pound note a distance of 42.83 feet (526 inches).
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