Russel Stokely constructs and launches seven paper airplanes in one
minute, a new world record. He used standard construction paper to build
Stokely set the record on March 19, 2009 at his home in Austin, Texas.
Lauren Jane Slade was present to document the record and count the
Two student campers from iD Tech Camps Trinity Universitymarked 198
dots in two sheets of paper in 10 seconds.
Todd Lamb drew a person of someone with dwarfism measuring 10 feet, 8.25 inches in height. The illustration included boots with heels, but measurement was taken from the soles of the person's feet to the top of his head.
Lamb completed the achievement on March 25, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society gathering in New York City. He drew using a
Sharpie marker. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to
witness and measure the drawing.
Ellie S. drew 75 flowers in two minutes.
Alexander Dnimreven ripped 70 pieces of paper in one minute.
Louis Hyde built 48 origami sonobes in a world record 57 minutes and
Hyde performed the feat on April 4, 2009 at the first annual Brooklyn
World Record Day in Brooklyn, New York. The event was held by URDB in
conjunction with Beam Camp. Corey Henderson was present as a
Members of iD Tech Camps in UC San Diego stuck 53 paper airplanes in the hair of one person.
Chris Dean unraveled a full roll of toilet paper in 4.28 seconds, a new
Sophia Flanagan drew 10 images of Homer Simpson’s head in one minute
and 15.58 seconds.
Time stopped when the 10th Homer Simpson
head was completed.
Matt Parker jumped over the hoods of two cars 9 times while barefoot,
wearing a green blazer, and holding a paper mache seahorse. His tenth
jump exceded the time limit.
Guido Balducci knocked over 44 empty paper boxes with a broom while
riding a pallet jack. The wall of boxes he’d set up originally had
Michael Martin ripped a phone book in half in 0.37 seconds.
Caleb LaRue placed 31 paper balls in to his mouth at once. Each grape
sized ball was crumbled from a piece of paper 5 and 1/8 of an inch tall
and 3 inches wide.
Michael Martin ripped five phone books in half in 11.47 seconds.
Mike Wise and Jake Lorence threw a full-sized paper shredder 24 feet, 6
inches. The measurement was taken from the point of release to the
location where the shredder landed.
Juan Martiacute;nez unraveled a roll of paper towels in 3.80 seconds.
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