Drummer Sridhar played the darbuka (goblet drum) nonstop for 12 hours. Read more about the feat here.
Ed Heemskerk planned to play Q*Bert for 100 hours on a single coin and set a world record for Longest Time Playing a Video Game Using One Quarter.
After 56.5 hours, a power surge caused by an electrical storm brought unexplained death to Heemskerk's on-screen player and somehow reset the game. Read more about the unfortunate feat here.
Pavol Durdik blew milk bubbles for 32 minutes.
A total of 528 staff and students of Saghalie Middle School joined hands and performed a pop 'n' lock armwave. They set the record during their first pep assembly of the year.
William Jewell College built a domino chain using 2,410 books and successfully made the entire chain topple.
CoolJuggler juggled three balls behind his back for seven minutes, 3.06 seconds while riding a bicycle.
Dávid Čano held an apple between his teeth for 12 hours, 12 minutes, 12.00 seconds.
Spinderella, an 11-year-old breakdancer, performed a headspin that
lasted 13 minutes and 53.34 seconds.
Tom A. held a sip of water in his mouth for one hour, 30 minutes, 3.00 seconds.
Chelsy Bret and AmberLynn Walker made a bridge of 34 Oreos between their foreheads.
Peter Durdik balanced 12 hockey pucks on his forehead for 50 minutes, 29.00 seconds.
Ryan Stock drilled a 4.5-inch drill bit into his nose.
NOTE: This record is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
Ryan Stock held a flame in his mouth for 13.22 seconds.
NOTE: Holding fire in mouth is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals. Submissions from minors won't be accepted.
Peter Durdik balanced a soccer ball on his forehead for one hour, 32 minutes, 24.00 seconds while standing.
Pavol Durdik held an empty cup using his mouth for two hours, 59 minutes, 57.00 seconds.
Alicia Weber performed a one-armed Chinese push-up static hold for seven minutes, 38.00 seconds.