Table Tennis Ball World Records

400 Records Found

00:50 United States

Most Consecutive Times Spitting Table Tennis Ball At Wall And Catching It In Mouth

Josh Smith

Josh S. spat a table tennis ball at a wall and caught it with his mouth 36 consecutive times.

00:48 United States

Most Table Tennis Balls Fired Out Of One's Mouth In 30 Seconds

My Damn Channel

Host Beth Hoyt fired 50 table tennis balls out of her mouth in 30 seconds. She set the record during an episode of My Damn Channel Live. The first ball fell out of her mouth and wasn't counted. #MDC01

Slovakia

Longest Time Balancing Table Tennis Ball On End Of Paddle Handle

Pavol Durdik

Pavol Durdik balanced a table tennis ball on the end of paddle handle for 48 minutes, 12.00 seconds.

Slovakia

Most Bounces Of A Table Tennis Ball On A Knife Blade

Pavol Durdik

Pavol Durdik bounced a table tennis ball on a knife blade 3,360 times. WARNING: This record can be dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt performer. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

01:13 Georgia

Most Bounces Of A Table Tennis Ball On Handle Base While Bouncing A Table Tennis Ball On A Paddle

Mamuka Kucia

Mamuka Kucia completed 162 bounces of a table tennis ball on the handle base of a table tennis paddle while bouncing a table tennis ball on another paddle in his other hand.

00:34 United States

Longest Time Juggling Two Balls With One Hand While Bouncing Two Table Tennis Balls On A Paddle And Balancing On A Rola Bola

Cool Juggler

CoolJuggler juggled two balls on one hand for 20.62 seconds while bouncing two table tennis balls on a paddle and balancing on a rola bola.

Wales

Most Consecutive Bounces Of A Table Tennis Ball On A Paddle Handle

Mark Evans

Mark Evans bounced a table tennis ball 694 times on a paddle handle.

Slovakia

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On Alternating Sides Of Hand

Pavol Durdik

Pavol Durdik bounced a table tennis ball 926 times on alternating sides of his hand.

03:08 India

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Bounces On A Computer Mouse While Standing On One Leg

Suresh Gaur

Suresh Gaur bounced a table tennis ball on a computer mouse 481 times while standing on one leg.

19:11 India

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On A Cell Phone

Suresh Gaur

Suresh Gaur completed 4,122 consecutive table tennis ball bounces on a cell phone.

Wales

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On A Beer Bottle While Standing On One Leg

Mark Evans

Mark Evans bounced a table tennis ball on a beer bottle 227 times while standing on one leg.

Slovakia

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces On Alternating Sides Of A Knife

Pavol Durdik

Pavol Durdik bounced a table tennis ball on alternating sides of a knife 1,754 times. WARNING: This record can be dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt performer. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

United States

Fastest Table Tennis Rally (30 Seconds)

Payam Zarehbin

Payam's two sons rallied a table tennis ball back and forth 73 times in 30 seconds. They set the record while practicing for the USATT National Table Tennis tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada.

25:12 India

Most Consecutive Table Tennis Ball Bounces Using Computer Keyboard As Paddle

Suresh Gaur

Mark Evans completed 3,892 bounces of a table tennis ball using a computer keyboard as his paddle.

Slovakia

Longest Time To Hover A Table Tennis Ball Using Bendy-Straw

Pavol Durdik

Pavol Durdik hovered a table tennis ball using his breath and a bendy-straw for 7.15 seconds.

02:48 United States

Most Table Tennis Balls Bounced Into Cups In One Minute

Joe P

Jeff Pastuzynbounced 54 table tennis balls into cups in one minute. 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 sheer will. General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.

< prev 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 next >
×