Brian Pankey completed 26 consecutive one-handed table tennis ball bounces on top of a gallon jug filled with water.
Noah Riffe led his group in opening 28 water bottles and pouring them on their unsuspecting friend. They set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Stephanie Martoccio led 16 people in popping water bottle lids. They set the record as part of the College of Lake County Social Action Club's World Record Day fundraiser for the Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center in Gurnee, Illinois.
Five members of the Otra Movida team completed 22 consecutive spit-takes on their faces in 45 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced a 1.5 bottle of water on top of five hockey pucks on his fist for two minutes, 15.35 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced a 1.5 liter bottle of water on his left hand for two minutes, 24.31 seconds.
Patricia Henriquez held 40 evian bottles at once. The record was set during evian's Live Young, Skate On! event in Miami Florida.
Andrew Ruiz juggled five bottles of evian water at once. The record was set during evian's Live Young, Skate On! event in Miami Florida.
Doug McManaman balanced a full 1.5 liter bottle of water on top of five hockey pucks on his forehead for 48.34 seconds.
Alejandro Valdes walked down 42 stairs while balancing a cup of water on his head.
Doug McManaman assembled a ketchup packet tower on a water bottle that reached 19 packets in height.
Brian Pankey completed 57 consecutive bounces of a table tennis ball on top of a two-liter bottle filled with water.
Brian Pankey balanced 3.02 gallon of water on one finger.
Dan Meyer swallowed a sword and used it to lift a bucket containing five liters of water. He lifted a total of 5.14 kilograms for 5.63 seconds using the sword. He performed the feat during the Hyderabad City Fest.
NOTE: Sword swallowing is dangerous, please do not attempt these records without proper training, supervision and safety precautions.
Maegan Butler took a single dive off of a diving board, performing 2.5 back flip rotations before entering the water.
Doug McManaman balanced a glass of water on top of a pole measuring 10 feet, 2 inches for 16.10 seconds. The pole was balanced on his chin throughout the attempt.
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