Guillaume Bourgeois performed a static hold in a 90-degree push-up
position for one minute, 49.41 seconds.
Guillaume Bourgeois performed a static hold in a one-armed 90-degree back-of-hand push-up position for 53.93 seconds.
Alicia Weber performed a static hold in a 90-degree push-up position for one minute, 1.60 seconds while carrying a 25-pound weight on her back.
Phyilly Wong created an Abacus 8,801.5 centimeters long.
Tiana and her friends kept a Skype call open for 11605 hours, 21 minutes and 58.00 seconds.
A duo at Iris Worldwide donned a Prince William of Wales mask and Kate
Middleton mask and did an aerobics ball “bull ride” that lasted 9.57
seconds.The record was part of an Urgent Genius project.
Jesse Fontaine and Breanna Broughton played air hockey nonstop for 28 hours. Their attempt raised almost $7,000 to support a World Vision-run youth center based in Pakistan. Read more about the feat here.
Glenn Davis Doctor G recorded an album titled "World Record" with a
length of eight hours, 39 minutes, and three secoonds.
Gregory and participants at Camp Mah-Kee-Nac in Lenox, Massachusetts held a basketball game marathon. The game lasted for 36 hours and 28 minutes.
Gregory and participants at Camp Mah-Kee-Nac in Lenox, Massachusetts held a soccer game marathon. The game lasted for 50 hours, two minutes, 30 seconds.
Graham flicked an almond through a goal post from four feet away, a RecordSetter.com World Record. He set the record as part of Planters' "World Nut Records" campaign.
Think you can beat Graham's record? Go to RecordSetter.com/Planters for full info, and stay tuned for more nut challenges throughout the summer of 2015.
Adam L. punted a basketball into a basketball next from 150 feet away.
Mike Shea and the staff of Alternative Press Magazine created a domino chain using 76 Paramore magazines and successfully toppled the entire chain.
They set the record as part of the kickoff for Paramore's "Ain't It Fun" music video.
NOTE: To challenge this record, you must follow all rules below.
Alicia Weber climbed 54 feet along parallel bars while balancing an egg on a spoon in her mouth.
Simon Jansen made an ASCII animation (ASCIImation) film of the
scenes fromStar Wars: Episode IVthat was 18 minutes and 30 seconds
Alexander S. bent his wrist for five minutes, 6.02 seconds.
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