Coin collector Sam Birdsong flipped 225 American pennies from heads to
tails in a row, a new world record.
Birdsong set the record on June 29, 2009 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Fenway Merlino was present as a witness.
Doug Williams and Judah Teista completed tandem back flips by
jumping off a platform twelve feet high. They beat their previous record
by four feet.
Both are trained athletes and had supervision on hand.
Dennis C. flipped his eyelid inside-out 30 times in 30 seconds.
Mridula Shanker completed 32 assisted flips in one minute.
Taylor Priest completed 13 cigarette flips on a skateboard in one
Brett Moser completed 11 Tail Stop 360 Finger Flips on his
skateboard in 30 seconds. He completed 12 flips but the last one fell
outside the 30-second mark.
Beating his own previous two records, Brian Pankey completed 54
Moshikame cycles with a kendama in 30 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 93 consecutive Moshikamecycles using a
kendama in one minute. Each flip from one side of the kendama to the
other is counted as a Moshikame cycle.
Justin C. completed eight wall flips in 15 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 41 one-handed hairbrush flips in 30 seconds while bouncing a table tennis ball on alternating sides of a paddle simultaneously.
Brian Pankey completed 38 one-handed hairbrush flips in 30 seconds while bouncing a golf ball on a rubber mallet simultaneously.
Richard Kohut performed 45 hand balance single spin flips with a juggling club in one minute.
Greg R. completed 35 back flips on a trampoline in 30 seconds.
Kamal A. performed 10 Flip card cuts in one minute.
Lysander L. performed 15 Webster front flips in 30 seconds.
Members of Victory Gymnastics Academy performed a total of 133 standing back flips in a roll-off in one minute. The record was set during National Gymnastics Day 2013 at Victory Gymnastics Academy in San Diego, California.
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