Newspaper World Records

Newspaper Challenges

10 Records Found

United States

Most Times To Flip A Rolled Newspaper Using Right Hand In 30 Seconds While Walking


Fritz B. flipped a rolled newspaper with his right hand 59 times in 30 seconds while walking.

00:50 United States

Most Times To Flip Two Rolled Newspapers In 30 Seconds While Walking


Fritz B. flipped two rolled newspapers 55 times in 30 seconds while walking.

01:55 United States

Fastest Time To Roll 25 Newspapers

Travis Richardson

Travis R. rolled a stack of 25 newspapers in one minute, 46.28 seconds.

00:33 India

Most "Times Of India - Nagpur Edition" Newspapers Collected In One Year


Shripad Vaidya collected 215 pages of Times of India, Nagpur City editions. He collected the newspapers within a year.

05:10 India

Longest Miniature Bridge Made Of Newspapers

Durga Shankar

Durga S. constructed a miniature bridge made out of newspaper pages. The bridge measures 102.10 feet long. He used a total of 1,111 newspapers to create the entire bridge.

03:30 Canada

Longest Time Balancing 25 Newspapers On Top Of A Pole On Chin

Doug McManaman

Doug McManaman balanced 25 The Chronicle Herald newspapers on top of a pole for one minute, 22.78 seconds on his chin.


Most Newspaper Articles Mentioning One's Full Name

Darryl Learie

Darryl Learie collected 20 newspaper articles mentioning his full name.

United States

Most High School Students Reading Their School Newspaper At Once

Jordan Gore

Jordan Gore, Kimberly Chwalek, Marianne Smith, Diea Cooper, Cody Short, Paton Roden, Kim Varagona, and Bo Cox all read copies of The Cavalier, their school newspaper, at the same time.

United States

Most Items In A Barack Obama Shrine

Christopher Singlemann

Christopher Singlemann has 15 items in his Barack Obama shrine. In his collection are four magazines specifically about Obama, newspapers from his election victory, a book of his inaugural speech, and an Amazing Spiderman comic book that features Obama.

United States

Largest Kite Made Of Newspaper And Q-Tips

Joel Kahn

Joel Kahn and Randi Prince built a kite measuring 3969 square inches (63in x 63in) using just newspaper and Q-Tips. They stipulated the frame and supporting structure had to be made entirely of Q-Tips and the rest of the kite made only with newspaper.

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