Heather Eyeland performed an inverted pole hold for one minute, 59.88 seconds. She set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Megan A. held her leg upward and stayed in the position for five minutes, 15.04 seconds.
Tom R. performed an L-sit hold on a bar for 36.30 seconds.
Gymnastics Guy performed a Manna hold lasting 15.13 seconds.
Tom R. performed a one-armed back lever hold for 11.85 seconds.
Alicia Weber performed a one-armed Chinese push-up static hold for seven minutes, 38.00 seconds.
Jade's friend performed a planche hold for 12.16 seconds on a gymnastics exercise floor.
Pramila D. performed a forehead-to-knee (Niralamba Paschhimmottasana) yoga pose for three minutes, 47.78 seconds. She dedicated the attempt to her yoga master and spiritual guide Dr. Hari Prasad Pokhrel.
Kerry Rhodes, a safety for the New York Jets NFL football
team, held eight Apple laptops at once.
Rhodes held the computers for approximately 15 seconds.
Eric A. held 16 baseball caps in one hand at once.
Ryan D. held six baseballs in one hand with his palm facing down.
Kyle M. held 13 baseballs in one hand at one once.
Pavol D. held 38 clothespins in his hand in 30 seconds.
Jake G and Hunter G from iD Tech Camp at Vassar College held
five computers while sharing a 3 Musketeers chocolate bar. They held
Mac Minis to achieve the feat.
Constantine Markides held 76 Connect Four pieces in his hand at
The record was set on November 24, 2009 during a Connect Four
Tournament at the The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Dan
Rollman and Rob Birdsong were on hand to witness and time the feat.
Wil Zambole held 52 decks of cards in his hand at once. He performed the
feat live in theWRLR 98.3 FM studio.
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