Darryl Learie performed an eight-finger plank exercise without using his thumbs with 75 pounds of additional weight on his back and remained balanced in position for one minute, 22.80 seconds.
Athlete Tameru Zegeye performed a handstand walk 76 meters in distance with his hands on crutches. Olympic runner Mohammed Aman, Keith Bowers of BBC, Natalie Miller of Africa for Operation Smile and Hannah Gibson of Jhpiego were present to witness the attempt. Tameru dreams to perform and travel with Cirque Du Soleil. Learn more about him here.
Gordon L. performed a handstand with his hands forming a diamond grip for one minute, 31.48 seconds.
Kevin S. held a back lever pose for 32.03 seconds with a 55-kilogram person standing on his back.
Doug McManaman balanced a drumstick on his thumb for 18 minutes, 58.07 seconds while sitting.
Tom Oppelt used a glass jar to catch an egg tossed from 246 feet
(2,952 inches) away.
Dustin Barker kept his toe in his mouth while hopping on one foot for
one minute, 49.02 seconds.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Joanna’s dog licked Joanna's face for 13 minutes, 44.64 seconds.
Daniel Burke's slinky traveled on a treadmill for three minutes, 19.15 seconds. See more of Daniel's videos here.
JJ Walker juggled three two-pound balls for three minutes, 2.37 seconds while lying on his back.
Selena and her friend chatted on FaceTime for 84 hours, 43 minutes, 7.00 seconds.
Maddie B. hula hooped for 34 minutes, 11.03 seconds while drinking a beverage.
Florence L. kept her eyebrows raised for nine minutes, 3.41 seconds.
Jonathan Rinny rode a seven-wheeled unicycle for 19.84 seconds. The unicycle stands 13 feet, 3 inches tall and has seven vertically stacked wheels.
Brian Pankey stood on a rola bola for four minutes, 4.25 seconds while making the Olympic rings with juggling rings using his mouth and hands.
By clicking "create account", you agree that you've read and understand the