Clint P. broke 34 apples in half with his bare hands in one minute.
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.
Mark Evans balanced a broom on his finger for 57 minutes, 43.91 seconds.
Silvio S. jumped a height of 131 inches, landing in broken glass.
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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.
Debra E. licked 19 apples.
Lucy K. held a back bend pose for seven minutes, 3.13 seconds.
Iacopo S. kept a non-mechanical top spinning without external support for 41 minutes, 25.68 seconds, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
Sun M. walked on his hands for one minute, 43.38 seconds.
Mel Sampson had 28 callers say "Bazinga!" in one minute. She set the record as part of The Drive Home with Mel World Record Week 4 during a live broadcast at 89.3 K-Rock radio.
Foppe V. completed twenty 360-degree turns while doing a handstand.
Rebecca D. said "Friday" 46 times in 12 seconds.
Brad and his friend tossed a pencil back and forth to one another 230 times.
Geoffrey Countryman made 13 Star Wars costume changes to the tune of Eytan & The Embassy's Everything Changes.
Chris S. balanced a tower of 210 styrofoam cups on his chin.
Matt Sikorski broke 35 fiery bricks using his bare hand in 30 seconds while playing an electric guitar. The combined weight of the bricks totaled 350 pounds. Sikorski is one of WSBBA Founder Kevin Taylor's students.
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