A Doritos fan threw a metal Doritos chip 31.3 miles per hour. The record was set as part of the Doritos Bold 50 campaign.
Mason C took a pile of 216 BuckyBalls and assembled them into a cube
in 21.78 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced 10 metal wine glasses on a pole on his chin for 34.69 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced 10 metal wine glasses on a pole on his chin for 51.28 seconds while lying on his back.
Thommy Ohlund balanced a metal stool on his thumb for four minutes, 31.62 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced five metal wine glasses on his thumb for two minutes, 26.97 seconds while sitting.
Brian Pankey balanced a tablespoon on his nose for 23.96 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced three metal wine glasses on his forehead for three minutes, 5.56 seconds while lying on his back.
Doug McManaman balanced three metal wine glasses on his thumb for two minutes, 9.06 seconds while sitting.
Brian Pankeyplaced an orange traffic cone on top of a 20-inch metal
pole and balanced it on his chin for 25.40 seconds.
Tyler Sysmahit 18 apples with a baseball bat in 30 seconds.
Jack Raleigh and his team placed 4,942 magnets on the exterior of his
The team set the record as part of Fusion 41, a URDB World Record
Challenge created by the Ford Motor Company.
Geoffrey A. made and wore 50 bracelets made out of paper clips.
Brian Jay walked through a gate and latched it 12 times in 30 seconds a
new world record. He passed throught the gate 13 times, but failed to
make a complete latch once.
Jay set the record on June 28, 2009 in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Justin Kay was present as a witness.
Maximus Garcia rode a motorcycle in a metal sphere known as The Globe
of Death when he was four years, six months, and 28 days old.
Maximus is a 7th-generation Garcia circus performer/daredevil. He
travels eleven months out of the year, performing in The Globe of Death
all around the world.
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