Doug McManaman balanced a baseball on top of a football held in his left hand for eight minutes, 27.27 seconds while sitting.
Darryl Learie created a 3D kite aerial video on YouTube that lasted 27 minutes, 24.00 seconds. The actual 3D movie was created using 2 cameras aboard a delta kite. It starts at 01:36 minute in and the production ends at 29:12 minutes.
Doug McManaman shot a golf ball off of a turkey’s head from 65 yards
NOTE: Shooting attempts are dangerous. These records should only be
attempted with proper training and safety precautions.
Doug McManaman walked 19.16 feet while balancing a recycling box on top of a pole on his chin.
Renee's dog wore a fake mustache measuring 4.5 inches long and 10.5 inches wide.
Kevin brought his kids Preston and McKenna on a family road trip lasting 17 days. The trip started on June 29, 2013 and ended on July 15, 2013.
They drove 6,950 miles in a Honda CRV, all the way across the United States, during their annual summer vacation.
Attractions the family visited include the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Ohio, the Willis Tower and SkyDeck in Chicago, Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota, Yellowstone National Park in Las Vegas, and Hollywood, California.
Tai Star performed a headstand for four minutes, 49.13 seconds with a bird on his right foot.
Mark Evans balanced a 19-inch solar light on his thumb for 20 minutes, 2.65 seconds.
Viktor O. balanced a balloon sword on his nose for 58.60 seconds.
Suresh Gaur balanced a baseball bat on his thumb for three minutes, 28.67 seconds while holding a thunderbolt pose on an office chair.
Doug McManaman balanced a fish bowl containing a Chinese fighting fish named Fin-Lee on top of a pole on his chin for 58.46 seconds.
Suresh G. balanced a five-gallon water jug on his left foot for six minutes, 29.46 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced a five-gallon water jug on his right foot for 13 minutes, 21.22 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced a lacrosse stick on his forehead for two minutes, 13.12 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced a mechanical dancing man on his chin for one minute, 5.00 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced a mechanical dancing man on his chin for two minutes, 14.00 seconds while listening to a fiddle tune.
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