Matt Rishel ran in circles with his forehead on a baseball bat for 29
minutes, 57.23 seconds.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Joe Salter ran a 26.20-mile marathon backwards in five hours, 51 minutes, 25.00 seconds while juggling three balls. He set the record during the Quad Cities Marathon in Moline, Illinois. Read more about the feat here.
States runner Brian Stark crossed Nevada on foot following the American Discovery Trail in 11 days, seven hours, 28 minutes.
His route included six state parks, five wilderness areas, 14 mountain ranges and 37,000 feet of climbing.
Greg M. completed a 100 yard dash while wearing high heels and a dress in 17.40 seconds.
Laurent K. ran 400 meters in two minutes, 8.82 seconds while playing keepie uppie with a football.
Vaughan H. ran a mile in eight minutes, 28.47 seconds while bouncing a golf ball alternately on two mallets.
Alicia Weber ran from the bottom to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain in Clermont, Florida in four minutes, 58.90 seconds. The distance in-between the bottom and the summit was 95 meters (0.7 mile).
A total of 534 people from Camp Alvernia ran across a field while screaming.
Pete Moyer ran 400 meters in two minutes, 0.55 second while juggling three balls and hula hooping.
Nate T. completed a 100-meter run in 25.10 seconds while juggling three balls overhead.
SwineFlu Avenger ran 18 miles in three hours, 26 minutes and 41 seconds while wearing a gas mask. Avenger set the feat at the ING New York City Marathon Tune-Up.
Cristian R. ran backwards in 4.02 seconds while holding stuffed animals while blindfolded for 30 feet.
Ethan H. said “hey” loudly 140 times in 30 seconds while jogging in a store.
Narek Hakobyan ran 60 meters backward in 9.63 seconds.
Paul S. ran on a treadmill 18 kph while wearing a teddy bear suit. He set the record to raise funds for Zoe's Place, a baby hospice located in Liverpool, Coventry and Middlesbrough.
Blake, who is five years old, ran 60 feet in 4.80 seconds.
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