Aten Williams performed a freestyle rap non-stop for 17 hours. Watch his entire record attempt here.
Paul G. fit 21 quarters in his nose at once.
WARNING: Fitting things inside the nose can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional entertainer. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Amy S. hula hooped while standing on one foot for 41 minutes, 56.00 seconds.
Gordon L. performed a handstand for 12 minutes, 8.10 seconds.
Guillaume C. performed 37 consecutive hands-out pull-ups.
Niki Yoshiuchi did atrack standthat lasted33.41 seconds.
The record was set on August 9, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City.His bike was a 53 cm Iro Mark V. Witnesses were
Colin Nissan and Talia Ledner.
Jacob S. clapped 5,959 times in row with one hand.
Ivan C.’s deeply melancholy performance of “The Wind That Shakes The
Bailey” turned one nearby listener into a sobbing heap.
Wi9sq kept his eyeballs vibrating for 39.40 seconds.
Suresh G. held a yoga crow pose for three minutes, 34.16 seconds.
Jovah Siegel made an accurate croquet shot 16 feet in length.
Led by Rob Roush, a member of Camp Revolution hugged 90 people in one minute.
Jacob B. whistled "Happy Birthday" 19 times in one minute.
Corey Henderson displays a tremendous ability for horrendous video game
driving by having 11 fiery crashes in one game of Pole Position.
Henderson played on a stand-up arcade version of the game and used just
one quarter. The record was set on September 20, 2008 at the Challenge
Arcade in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.
Brendan Larrabee of Brookline, Massachusetts boldly sets a record by
solving a Rubik’s Cube while sleeping a yo-yo in just three minutes,
36.68 seconds. Timing began when Larrabee began sleeping the yo-yo, and
finished when he brought it back up to his hand after solving the Cube.
The record was set on August 8, 2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open
in New York City. Larrabee used a YoYoFactory eight8eight yo-yo and
a mini 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube. Witnesses were Talia Ledner and Dan Rollman.
Malachy Quinn displays physical agility and yo-yo mastery while setting
a new world record for most revolutions while doing the splits. Quinn
performed 122 consecutive revolutions. The record was set on August 9,
2008 at the International Yo-Yo Open in New York City. Quinn used a
YoYoFactory eight8eight yo-yo and HighLights Type6 yo-yo string.
Witnesses were Talia Ledner and Colin Nissan.
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