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Most Consecutive Underwater Somersaults

United States Lenny Lenderson

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Rivervale, New Jersey, United States / August 9, 2010

Lenny Lenderson performed 11 underwater front flips in a pool using just one breath.

WARNING: This record can be dangerous. Please have a trained lifeguard on hand if you attempt this feat.

- must keep head underwater for entire feat
- may not pause to take in additional oxygen during attempt
- may not use any type of underwater breathing apparatus
- no assistance from others permitted
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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  • United States Tbo452

    Tbo452

    I found her because she is famous for pie in the face videos. Little did I know she had a huge secret talent.

    She had a simple gig of swimming underwater listed in addition to the many pie and balloon gigs she is famous for.

    I asked her if she was capable of doing somersaults in the pool to enhance the video.

    I did not realize at that time she was an expert swimmer also who knew how to spin somersaults with ease.

    When she said yes and then did 9 in a row in that first video, I challenged her if she could do more in a row for future videos.

    This is the result of the challenge.

    I know a lot of people will be surprised, because many think she is just a lady who likes to make pie videos. :)

    It is really impressive to see more females show off their unique (and even hidden) talents and break records like this.

    I really hope to see more females do the same on here.

  • United States Molly Buffenbarger

    Molly Buffenbarger

    wow!

  • England Laurent Kelly

    Laurent Kelly

    Very impressive.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Phenomenal, Caleb. (Note to videographer: turn your phone sideways next time to eliminate the big black bars.)

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Peter, this is tremendous! Congrats. How many attempts did it take?

  • United States Jason A Faulkner

    Jason A Faulkner

    That is cool!!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Lenny, awesome record. I used to do this as a kid, but think my best was around nine.

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