Longest Time Balancing Two Poles On Head

England Peter Bone

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Lewes, East Sussex, England / April 29, 2014

Peter B. balanced two poles on his head for 40.21 seconds.

- poles must be no longer than three meters
- no minimum pole length,
- diameter of poles may not exceed two centimeters
- must observe RecordSetter balancing criteria
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Patch Ward

    Patch Ward

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  • United States Tai Star

    Tai Star

    Incredible

  • United States Tai Star

    Tai Star

    awesome! so, which one of those extra talents in this video will be your next record. Balancing a juggling club on nose and a pole on forehead; Most balls juggled while balancing a spoon on nose; or the Most catches juggling clubs behind the back... and I'm sure you got more up your sleeve.

  • United States Daniel Siegmund

    Daniel Siegmund

    Amazing! Glad to see this again here, but I watched this video at least 10 times now!

  • Canada Mike Moore

    Mike Moore

    Absolutely mental! I love how you push the limits of so many aspects of manipulation.

  • England Peter Bone

    Peter Bone

    Hi Dan. Thanks. I don't want to make the rules too specific. I just want it to be clear that both balances must be dynamic rather than static. This means that they both require constant correction. You wouldn't be able to balance either of them on a flat surface so that they balance by themselves for example. I don't think the recordsetter balancing criteria make this distinction. In the past other people have cheated with this trick by using a pedestal which has a wide base to support itself. There doesn't need to be a minimum pole length because the shorter they are the harder it gets. Maybe there could be a limit of 2cm diameter contact at the base of the balance if it makes the rules easier.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Love the Go Pro angle. Peter, is there a minimum pole length? Any rules pertaining to pole width?

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I love all the contributions you done for juggling Mr. Bone you are an extremely talented person & truly understand the technical aspects of performance art.

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