Andy Pelphrey tossed a hat into a mounted deer heads antlers six times
and made it hang off of them in 30 seconds.
Matthew Prestia and four of his friends hung upside down on a set of
monkey bars at the same time.
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Benjamin Gross used one leg to hang upside-down from a rope suspended 25
feet in the air.
NOTE: Please use proper safety precautions when attempting this record.
This record should only be attempted by professionally trained people.
Alicia Weber climbed 54 feet along parallel bars while balancing an egg on a spoon in her mouth.
Ewan C. completed 19 catches while juggling two balls in one hand and using the other hand to hang from a ladder.
Members of Hills Home hung 70,000 socks on 70 Hills Hoists.
They set the record to raise funds for Avner Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. They raised over $100,000 during the event and all 35,000 pairs of socks were donated to the Salvation Army.
Gabe hung on a pull-up bar for one minute, 28.78 seconds.
Abikash Shukla hung upside-down on a D-shaped ring for 13 minutes, 57.53 seconds.
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.
Dena A. played clarinet for one minute, 49.74 seconds while hanging upside down from a tree branch.
Canaan H. solved a Rubik's cube in 6.25 seconds while hanging upside down.
Jordan D. hung from an Australian regulation football goal post using his arms for three minutes.
Joel W. hung from a wooden plank for 39.35 seconds while holding a window screen between his legs.
Ethan J. hung upside down from a railing for 41.56 seconds.
Alicia Weber used her arms to hang from a tree branch for three minutes, 33.73 seconds.
Paddle Ball King hit two paddleballs for 17.05 seconds while hanging upside down.
A nine-year-old kid member of the Everett Family performed an assisted slam dunk and hung on the rim for 34.06 seconds.
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