620 students from Featherstone Primary School line danced at once to the tune of Cotton-Eyed Joe. They set the record as part of their school's Maths Week 2016.
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.
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.
Gracie A. performed a fire-breathing trick when she was just 8 years, 7 months, and 8 days old.
NOTE: Fire breathing is dangerous and should only be attempted with supervision, safety precautions, and proper training.
Zoe and her son bounced a balloon back and forth to each other 26 consecutive times.
Blake, who is five years old, ran 60 feet in 4.80 seconds.
Ella R. painted a rainbow in one minute, 2.39 seconds.
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.
Fusion Fitness' 16-year-old Adam Rork deadlifted 450 pounds. He set the record to celebrate World Record Day.
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.
Twenty-one-month-old Ethan Cain spun a plate in the air, performing several tricks as it was spinning.
Patrick Fraser juggled five balls in a cascade pattern. He made the
attempt at 13 years, three months, and seven days old,
Poorvie Choudhary, who is 10 years and six months old, recited all 118
elements from the [periodic table of the elements]. :
Five-year-old Ethan Cain spun six hula hoops simultaneously.
Ryan Kissel spun six Hula hoops at the age of six.
Benjamin Hagkull, a disabled 12-year-old boy, wheelchaired along the peak of a roof.
NOTE: This record is dangerous. Please do not attempt this record without proper training and safety precautions.
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