Twenty-one-month-old Ethan Cain spun a plate in the air, performing several tricks as it was spinning.
Munish Bansal took photos of his daughter Suman Bansal daily until her 18th birthday. He has 6,575 photos in his collection. Read more about the feat here.
15-year-old Nicholas Brice performed a straitjacket escape while dangling 40 feet above the ground.
He was inspired to set the record by the late great magician Harry Houdini. Read more about the feat here.
Lilyth Starr performed a fire-breathing trick when she was just 10 years, 10 months, and 14 days old.
NOTE: Fire-breathing is dangerous and should only be attempted with supervision, safety precautions, and proper training.
Poorvie Choudhary, who is 10 years and six months old, recited all 118
elements from the [periodic table of the elements]. :
Nigel Henderson assembled a completeIkea Mula toy in under one
minute when he was exactly 611 days old. Younger babies are challenged
to beat this.
Fusion Fitness' 16-year-old Adam Rork deadlifted 450 pounds. He set the record to celebrate World Record Day.
Sixteen-month-old Molly Nussbaum knocked over seven Disney Princess bowling pins.
Blake, who is five years old, ran 60 feet in 4.80 seconds.
Five-year-old Brawly Jacobs bowled a game and achieved over 100 points. He has a birth defect which does not prove a hindrance in his interest in this sport.
Read his story here.
288 people from Tutshill C of E primary School played Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer on kazoos. They set the record as part of their Red Nose Day. Over £300 were raised for Comic Relief.
Michael completely assembled the Lego London Tower Bridge when he was 6 years, one month and 11 days (2,234 days) old. He received the set for his 6th birthday. Michael has been building Legos since he was four years old.
Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute
and 5.52 seconds.
At 173 days old, Andrew Wark is the youngest person to celebrate Towel
Day. Towel Day is the annual tribute to Douglas Adams, author of the
five-book “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy” trilogy, held on May
25th of each year.
Tony Duncan performed eight squats while balancing a juggling club on his chin while Miranda sung Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star at the Gallery Walk in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Principal Karen Miller-Kopp of Lake Travis Elementary School led 858
people in playing Jingle Bells on kazoos.
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