Derek and Keely assembled a penny tower on the brim of Hunter's cap that reached 41 pennies in height.
David Cain balanced a 60-foot pole on his chin.
Kevin Cummings sat on a tower of chairs that reached 27 chairs in height. He set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Pete Moyer balanced an object 126 inches in height on his chin while hula hooping.
Doug McManaman stacked two pennies vertically on top of another penny.
Declan Reibel built a DVD tower that reached 116 DVDs in height.
Brian Pankey assembled a ketchup packet tower on a tennis ball reaching 13 packets in height.
Doug McManaman built a tower using ketchup packets 22 packets tall.
Santa's Little Helpers Founder Karen Snowden, along with charity members and local businesses including Roses Restaurant, built an edible Christmas tree 59 centimeters high. They set the record on Christmas Day of 2012 to celebrate the coming together of the community in Cooma, New South Wales. Australian RecordSetter official Dave Thompson was present to adjudicate the attempt.
David "Too Tall Ike" Isaacson stood 10 feet tall while ice skating on stilts. Skating on stilts has been his hobby for over five years now and he has performed for more than 60 events including NHL, NCAA, and high school game events.
Doug McManaman stacked 40 pennies on his right ring finger.
Suresh Gaur stacked a card tower five stories high while performing a head stand.
With a peak measurement of 15 inches, Jackson Bloomer led his friends in setting the world record for the tallest shaving cream wig created in two minutes.
Pavol D. stacked a tower of 25 dominoes on the back of his hand.
Ole S. stacked nine marshmallows on top of each other.
Using tremendous focus and a steady hand, master stacker Sam Jaffe
built a world record 133-inch domino tower.
On October 7, 2008, Jaffe began to lay the base layers of a domino
skyscraper at his home in San Diego, California. Hundreds of dominoes, two ladders, and four days later, he’d created
an architectural marvel.
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