Fire World Records

61 Records Found

00:35 Canada

Longest Time To Hold Flame In Mouth

Carisa Hendrix

Carisa Hendrix held a lit torch in her mouth for 26.37 seconds. NOTE: Placing fire in mouth is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.

Australia

Most Times Setting A Marshmallow On Fire In 30 Seconds

Georgia Tyler

Georgia T. set a marshmallow on fire 20 times in 30 seconds.

00:38 United States

Longest Marshmallow Roasting Stick

Gregg Spiridellis

Gregg, Alexander, Eliana, Max, Tucker, Estelle, Warren, Bennett, Briggs, Thatcher, Keegan, Owen, Barrett, and Kellen had a marshmallow roasting stick that measures 129.5 inches.

00:32 United States

Most Consecutive Catches Juggling Three Flaming Torches While Laying On Back

Brian Pankey

Brian Pankey made 52 consecutive catches while juggling three flaming torches and lying on his back. NOTE: Juggling fire is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.

01:36 Canada

Longest Distance To Blow Out A Candle

Darryl Learie

Darryl Learie blew out a candle using a 3.5-inch straw while laying on the ground 11.42 feet (137 inches) away.

03:11 Canada

Most Candles Lit Inside An Inflated Balloon

Darryl Learie

Darryl Learie lit 20 birthday candles inside an inflated balloon.

01:02 United States

Most Torches Extinguished By Hand In 30 Seconds While Standing On Broken Glass

Keenan Messmer

Keenan Messmer extinguished a lit torch with his hand 56 times in 30 seconds while standing on broken glass. NOTE: This feat is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals with safety precautions on hand.

00:21 United States

Most Consecutive Catches While Juggling Four Flaming Torches And Balancing On A Rola Bola

Brian Pankey

Brian Pankey made 44 consecutive catches while juggling four flaming torches and balancing on a rola bola. WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

01:23 Canada

Most Volts Used To Ignite Fire Breath

Christopher Campbell

FenyxFyre used a one-million volt stun baton to ignite fire breath. WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 or trained as a professional stunt performer. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

02:51 India

Most Flaming Clay Tiles Broken With Hand Strikes In Four Minutes

Chinmaya Vidyalaya Matriculation

A student at Chinmaya Matriculation School in Coimbatore, India struck 376 clay tiles that were on fire in four minutes using hand strikes. WARNING: This record can be dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you have adult supervision or trained as a professional stunt performer. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

00:14 United States

Farthest Distance To Throw A Fiery Scottish Hammer

Clint Poore

Clint Poore threw a fiery Scottish hammer a distance of 70 feet.

00:16 United States

Most Candles Placed Around A Bathtub

Gabriel Patterson

Gabriel P. placed 50 candles around a bathtub.

00:14 United States

Most Fiery Flat Concrete Bricks Broken With A Single Palm Strike

Omega Force

Jerry Thomas of The Omega Force Strength Team broke eight flat concrete bricks with a single palm strike while the bricks were on fire.

00:21 United States

Most Fiery Bricks Broken Using Elbows

Eric

Eric broke 16 bricks using his elbows. He is a six-degree black belter with Master Kevin Taylor's WSBBA. The combined weight of the bricks totaled 160 pounds.

00:56 United States

Heaviest Flaming Cinder Block Suspended On Ears

Corey Ridge

Corey R. suspended a flaming 24-pound cinder block on his ears. WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt man. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

01:02 United States

Most Fire Puffs Blown In 30 Seconds

R.J. Williams

R.J. Williams blew 46 fire puffs in 30 seconds. NOTE: Fire breathing is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals. tag:RecordSetterBook01

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