Frederic D. held 17 toilet paper rolls in one hand. He set the record for Sziget Festival.
A total of 401 students from Chilton Saint James School in New Zealand stood in a circle and brushed each others teeth, creating the world's largest toothbrushing circle. Read more about the feat here.
Elle performed a front split between two chairs for 20 minutes, 9.03 seconds.
Joe L. performed 41 back flips on a trampoline in one minute.
Peter Bone balanced a stack of three balls for 52.58 seconds.
Pavol D. stacked 10 rolls of toilet papers in 2.31 seconds.
Joshua R. counted to 235 with one breath.
Ashley's friend opened a soda can in 0.93 second. He only used his hands and mouth in removing the entire top lid from the can.
Silvio Sabba balanced himself on top of two balance boards for six minutes, 59.87 seconds.
Daniel T. wore 36 pairs of glasses at once.
21-year-old Pradip Khatiwada hosted The Second Generation, a TV talk show featuring world cyclists Puskar Shah, Rajendra Sapkota, and Rupak Khadka. The show was aired on the E-24 Channel, a popular entertainment channel in Nepal.
Tanabat C. held a human flag pose for 17.50 seconds with a 49-kilogram person standing on his torso.
Mark Evans balanced a broom on his finger for 57 minutes, 43.91 seconds.
Bilal Khan read 68 world cities and their forecasted high temperatures in one minute. The weather forecasts were for August 18, 2012. He performed the feat live on Radio Asia Live radio night show.
Clint P. broke 34 apples in half with his bare hands in one minute.
Silvio S. jumped a height of 131 inches, landing in broken glass.
WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 or trained as a professional stunt man. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
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