Clint Poore flipped a 12-foot telephone pole in 14.20 seconds.
Charlie Tamayo of Victory Gymnastics Academy stuffed 10 eight-inch foam cubes into a worn button-up Onesie while performing a double twisting, double backflip pass on a tumble track into a foam pit. The record was set during National Gymnastics Day 2013 at Victory Gymnastics Academy in San Diego, California.
Clint Poore flipped a 12-foot telephone pole three times in 49.30 seconds.
Tessa E. flipped a 90-kilogram tire 100 times in seven minutes, 12.00 seconds.
Blayne L. completed 68 consecutive cigarette flips.
Petr J. performed 30 back flips on a wet trampoline in one minute.
Brian Pankeyflipped 48 playing cards into a box while balancing a raw
egg on the top of his non-throwing hand.
Brian Pankey completed 13 360’s while flipping a waffle in a seven inch
diameter skillet in 30 seconds.
Joe Svilpa’s 20-person team at the Body Machine Fitness Shop in
London, Ontario flipped a 73-kilogram tire a distance of five kilometers
in two hours, 30 minutes and 25 seconds. The charity feat raised $3,000
for the Hospice of London. Read more here.
Six-year-old Trent M. performed a back flip off a 78.74 cm step.
NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please use adult supervision and safety equipment.
Viktor O. flipped and caught a ruler 48 times in 30 seconds using one hand.
Brian Pankey completed 17 consecutive waffle flips while juggling two
raw eggsin 30 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 56 consecutive waffle flips in a skillet while
juggling two raw eggs.
Brian Pankey made 20 consecutive one handed open umbrella flips in 30 seconds.
Tai Star flipped a roll of wrapping paper seven times while balancing it on the back of his hand.
Chris B. flipped an 85-kilogram tire 3,650 times in 12 hours. He set the record in aid of CANSA at the Nelspruit Motor Show in Nelspruit, South Africa.
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