A total of 28 campers at iD Tech Camp Purdue University joined togther
while in inner tubes and rode along a lazy riverwhile connected.
Doug McManaman put a dime into two glasses filled with water using a
butter knife in 6.62 seconds.
Anthony Carboni had water spit in his face by six different women in one minute during a candlelight dinner.
Carboni set the feat at The Purple Onion in San Francisco during a RecordSetter LIVE! event. RecordSetter co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson officiated the attempt.
Robert Murray drank a half-gallon of water in 33.94 seconds.
NOTE: Speed drinking can be dangerous. Please use caution when making an attempt.
Brian Pankey tossed a water balloon from behind his back and burst it on the tip of an open umbrella held over his head in one minute, 20 seconds.
In an attempt to bring good luck to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey
team, Craig Morrison of The Record Collection dumped 55 buckets of
water on Sam Stilson’s head prior to their game against the Boston
Bruins. Though a world record was set, the Maple Leafs lost the game.
Doug McManamanbalanced a 2-liter bottle of water on a broom for eight
minutes, 11.50 seconds.
Lee M. drank 500ml of water in 4.19 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Petr J. performed 30 back flips on a wet trampoline in one minute.
Mark Evans balanced a goldfish in a glass of water on top of a solar light on his thumb for one minute, 36.46 while balancing his pet cockatiel on his head.
Alicia Weber completed 129 push-ups on a floating paddleboard in four minutes.
Nathan Dorrell completed 12 catches juggling three glasses of water.
Record Setter opened a water bottle, took a sip, and closed it in 1.55 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced an 18.5 liter water bottle on his forehead for three minutes, 36.72 seconds.
Kevin Taylor broke one brick underwater in a tub using his bare hand.
Peter Durdik balanced a full 1.5-liter bottle on top of five hockey pucks on his forehead for eight minutes, 56.34 seconds.
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