Ryan Stock inhaled three condoms through his right nostril and pulled it out through his mouth.
Kristian Foy gathered 15 people to pull apart one Christmas cracker.
Seven women held one end and eight men held the other. The women’s side
got the larger part of the cracker and therefore won the prize inside.
Andy Pelphrey pulled apart and reassembled a two-piece fishing rod 22
times in 30 seconds.
Kapil Gehlot used his beard to pull a vehicle weighing 1046
kilograms (2306 pounds) a distance of 68.96meters(226 feet,
three inches) while wearing roller skates.
Kapil Gehlot pulled a car a distance of 202.5 feet (2,430 inches) by his beard while roller
Kapil Gehlot used his teeth to pull a vehicle weighing 740
kilograms while wearing roller skates.
Members of the Young Adult Oncology Group pulled a plane 15 feet in
5.19 seconds. They performed this feat to raise money for cancer
Mani Shankar, a four-year-old boy, pulled a car 60 feet (720 inches)
using his hair.
Kapil Gehlot tied a rope to a Tata turbo truck weighing 9,300
kilograms wore skates and pulled it while skating.
Greg Cochran pulled a 5,420 pound Ford pickup truck loaded with 580
pounds of cargo a distance of 50 feet. He performed this feat 17 times
over the course of one hour, a new world record.
Phil W. popped 496 party poppers with one pull.
Louie Foxx pulled the plastic tape from a 60-minute cassette tape in 37.15 seconds.
Led by Kristi Bennett, a child took the pull tab off an empty soda can in 1.82 seconds using his mouth.
Kapil Gehlot pulled a car a distance of seven kilometers (22,965.87 feet) while on roller skates. He set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Ryan Stock pulled a vehicle weighing 3,740 pounds using a swallowed sword. The attempt was part of Discovery Channel's Guinea Pig.
NOTE: This attempt is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
Tony Duncan balanced five items of bedding on his head for five minutes, 4.84 seconds while pulling a rolling bag.
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