Andrew M. balanced 121 CD cases in his hand.
Rob Costa walked a yo-yo in an office for 9.07 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.
Mark Evans balanced a tennis racket on a tennis ball for one hour, three minutes, 53.37 seconds.
Mathias T. performed a headstand in a shower for four minutes, 46.81 seconds.
70-year-old Flavio Codarin performed an extended plank exercise for one hour, two minutes and 14.00 seconds.
Thomas M. held the Baby Freeze position on a skateboard for one minute, 8.26 seconds.
Spinderella performed a headspin on a can that lasted 29.25 seconds.
Steven C. hung upside down on gymnastic-style rings for two minutes, 19.60 seconds.
Ninad Jadhav and his wife, Varsha Jadhav, made an invitation card for their daughter's first birthday. The invitation card measures 28.710 meters in length. They used 118.18 sheets of A4 paper in landscape style.
Jaana A. and other fans from 30 countries around the world wrote a fan letter to Jedward measuring 400 meters in length.
Pavol Durdik produced a fake fart sound that lasted for one minute, 22.47 seconds.
CoolJuggler juggled two balls on one hand for 20.62 seconds while bouncing two table tennis balls on a paddle and balancing on a rola bola.
Mark Malkoff was carried 9.4 miles by 155 random people, covering
almost the entire length of Manhattan while setting the world record. He
achieved the feat on December 18–19, 2009, beginning at the Staten
Island Ferry Terminal and ending at 140th Street.
Malkoff took no steps forward on his own, using only the kindness and
generosity of fellow citizens to complete his trek.
Amy successfully threw a hazelnut into a Planters can from 132.5 inches away, a RecordSetter.com World Record. She set the record as part of Planters' "World Nut Records" campaign.
Think you can beat Amy's record? Go to RecordSetter.com/Planters for full info, and stay tuned for more nut challenges throughout the summer of 2015.
Pavol D. threw an 8 ½" X 11" piece of paper 273.5 inches.
A member of Extreme Trick Shot Academy made a successful behind-the-back basketball shot from 38.41 feet away.
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