Pavol Durdik threw and caught an apple 153 times while walking forward in an apple orchard.
Tai Star walked backwards across a slackline five times.
Fritz B. flipped two rolled newspapers 55 times in 30 seconds while walking.
Fritz B. flipped a rolled newspaper with his right hand 59 times in 30 seconds while walking.
Tai Star walked 288 inches on a slackline while playing a didgeridoo.
Michael McCastle walked 22 miles in 24 hours while pulling a 2.2-ton Ford F-150 truck. McCastle set the record to raise funds and awareness about veteran suicide rate. Learn more about the feat here.
Michael McCastle walked 13 miles in 12 hours while flipping a 250-pound tire. He set the record to raise funds and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. Read more about the feat here.
Jireh A. calculated a 128,310-mile walking route using Google Maps.
Art Hoffman completed a 1/4 mile racewalk with his dog Chenji in two
minutes, 17.08 seconds. Chenji is a Swahilian name.
Holding a plastic soda cap with his pinky and index fingers, Brian
Pankey completed a 6’ finger walk in 7.72 seconds. The feat ended
when the cap was dropped in a shot glass.
This record was set as part of Toyota Prius Records, a two-day event
streamed live on the Internet. In a 48-hour period, URDB officials
adjudicated 200 Prius-related world records. This was the most records
ever documented in a 48-hour window, a world record in and of itself.
The event took place in Los Angeles, California on March 30th and 31st,
2011. See all the records set at the event here.
A total of 448 people participated in a photowalk. The event was organized by 500px Global Photo Walk and NOTYi Photographers. The group walked around streets of Chandigarh in India, taking photographs throughout.
A total of 160 students from Milton Academy Class of 2018 in Milton, Massachusetts walked 10 steps with their shoes on the opposite feet. They set the record as part of their school opening celebration.
To celebrate Camp Alvernia's 125th summer, 125 members walked a dog at once. They set the record as part of Project 125, a campaign to raise $125,000 for children who would not normally be able to afford to go to camp. Learn more about Camp Alvernia and Project 125 here.
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