Jacob P. bounced a tennis ball 31 consecutive times on his knee.
He set the record as part of "Legend Setter", an interactive competition hosted by Heineken during the 2014 US Open for fans to participate in their own off-the-court challenges. A RecordSetter official was present to adjudicate the attempt.
Suresh G. bent his knee for seven minutes, 17.03 seconds while holding his foot with one hand.
Suresh G. held a forehead-to-knee pose for 40.66 seconds while standing on one leg.
Shubham P. walked in a circle on his knees in 2.06 seconds while holding a lotus pose.
Molly F. performed 38 knee skips on a trampoline.
Suresh G. balanced on his knees for three minutes, 22.21 seconds while holding a lotus pose.
Suresh G. balanced a lightweight cricket ball on his knee for one minute, 26.73 seconds while standing on one foot.
Kevin Taylor's martial arts student, Keegan O'Keefe, completed 120 knee smashes in one minute.
Alicia Weber performed 230 arms crossed bent knee situps in five minutes.
Doug McManaman balanced a golf ball on a spoon held in his mouth for one minute, 40.01 seconds while balancing a golf ball on top of a water bottle on his knee and balancing a lacrosse stick on his thumb.
Ahmad Amin Bodla performed 71 martial arts knee strikes in 30 seconds, targeting a dummy.
Mason A. completed 22 catches juggling two balls with one hand while balancing on an exercise ball on his knees and spinning a basketball on a pencil.
Cool Juggler put a knee brace on in 26.12 seconds while balancing a tennis racket on his face.
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.
Alicia Weber performed 153 feet-together, hands-at-knee straight leg pulses.
Tai Star balanced a cellphone on his knee for five minutes, 1.00 second while on a slackline.
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