A total of 23 students planked in front of an audience of more than 100
people for 41.01 seconds.
Ryan Brown led nine people in performing a one-minute elbow plank at once.
A total of 79 campers fromiD Tech Camps Villanova
Universityplankedin a circle.
27 members of iD Tech Camp planked around Miller Fountain at Trinity University.
Record Setter placed six tiles on top of Luca Cuccovillo's back and broke them at once using his right hand.
Naader Reda ate 14 Hershey's brand candy bars while planking.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Mick Bourke performed a one-armed elbow plank with his other arm behind his back for three minutes, 0.69 second while carrying a 60-pound rucksack.
Pawan Kumar performed a reverse plank for five minutes, 54.58 seconds
William C. performed an elbow plank for one minute, 2.05 seconds while carrying a 60-pound rucksack.
William C. performed a one-arm plank for two minutes, 1.89 seconds while carrying a 50-pound rucksack.
William C. performed a one-armed elbow plank with his other arm behind his back for one minute, 9.11 seconds while carrying a 100-pound rucksack.
Nikos P. performed a one-elbow, one-leg plank for one minute, 35.47 seconds.
Taylor Cross planked for one minute, 39.30 seconds while balancing a basketball on his back.
Darryl Learie performed a six-finger plank for 2.98 seconds atop two books he published in for same record. He used the RecordSetter Book of World Records and the Ripley's Believe It Or Not 9th Annual Book. Both books listed his name and mentioned his Most Consecutive One-Arm Push-Ups On A Raw Egg record.
Darryl Learie performed a two-thumb plank on two nails. He remained balanced in position for 28.10 seconds.
NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please use caution when making an attempt.
Nate T. performed a reverse six-finger plank without using his thumb and index fingers. He remained balanced in position for 26.59 seconds.