Chris Case and Nick Raizenne teamed up and hit 51 bullseyes in two minutes. They set the record during Kinosota Open Darts Tournament.
Ricky and his friend jumped directly at each other from a distance of 19 feet and completed a high five before landing.
Matthew J. and Matthew S. hugged each other 10 times in 1.23 seconds.
3rdFloorSpruce and his friend swapped shorts and belts in 11.46 seconds.
Doctors Ben Clarke and Gihan Ganeshanantham traveled across the European continent by tandem bicycling in 57 days, eight hours and 54 minutes. They started from North Cape in Norway and rode to Tarifa in Southern Spain. They rode a total of 6,918.1 kilometers (4298.7 miles).
The doctors set the record to raise funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, an organization dedicated to provide world-class care for cancer patients. Learn more about the feat here.
Led by Jeff Tomlinson, 32 pairs of students joined
together for a 64-person piggyback group hug.
Tim Elias and a friend completed 170 consecutive tandem single jump rope
jumps in an office.
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.
Rich Dwyer, Greg Obetz, Mike Richwalder, Brice Biruta, and Andrew Hiller
rode tandem style on three Big Wheels for six minutes, 16.10
seconds. Three men steered the tricycles with the other two balanced on
Joe Schuman and Kyle Hall completed 113 basketball chest passes in one minute.
Joe Overton and his friend threw 17 complete passes using a football the full length of a regulation basketball court in one minute.
Doug Williams and Judah Teista completed tandem back flips by
jumping off a platform twelve feet high. They beat their previous record
by four feet.
Both are trained athletes and had supervision on hand.
Jason O’Brien and Andrew Chiccini held a single tandem “Shh” for 34.55
Two students from iD Tech Camps University of Michigan completed 44
consecutive, alternating leap frog jumps back and forth in one minute,
Jack McGill and his friend spoke together, alternating 66 random words
in 30 seconds.
Katherine and her twin sister completed 50 double handed high-fives over a regulation men’s volleyball net in 30 seconds.
Alexander Kuhn and his friend high-fived 74 times in 10 seconds while
touching their noses and each standing on one leg.
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