Reto S. built a paper airplane that measures 1 mm (0.03 inch) in length.
Sankalp R. has a pencil 0.50 millimeters long.
Yuktha created a Fountain of Horses sculpture on a chalk pencil measuring 2.7 centimeters in length.
Yogesh Barnela made a trophy three millimeters high.
Doug McManaman made a snowman 1 1/8" inches in height.
Yogesh Barnela made a spinning wheel measuring six millimeters length,seven millimeters width, 5.5 millimeters height and weighs 60 milligrams using matchstick, broomstick, steel wire, plastic wire, and thread. He took four days to create this spinning wheel.
Brad Byers hit a 10.35-millimeter aspirin tablet placed on his assistant's ear using a yo-yo.
WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt man. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Brittany G. made a balloon animal measuring three centimeters wide and 3.5 centimeters high.
Brothers Bob and Ralph Brown took a 21-foot powerboat from Florida, USA to Germany via the North Atlantic Ocean. They set the record to raise money and awareness for Wounded Heroes Foundation. Learn more about their journey here.
Yogesh Barnela made a miniature [Eiffel Tower] that measures a total
of 1.25 inches in height. :
Khagendra Thapa Magar, only 22 inches tall, removed a sword from sword
swallower Dan Meyer’s throat.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by
Pim Zond played music on a mandolin that measures 2 inches in diameter.
Siva Pamarthi created a sculpture of the Hindu God Ganesha on a chalk pencil that measured nine millimeters in height.
Yuktha M. created a rhinoceros figurine made entirely of chalk measuring only 0.27 inch (7 mm) in length.
Siva Pamarthi created a sculpture of the Hindu God Venkanna on a pencil lead that measured 12 millimeters in height.
Siva Pamarthi made a Hindu God Venkanna portrait on a bitter gourd seed that measures 14 millimeters in height.
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