Longest Time Jumping Rope With 10 Sticky Notes Stuck To Body

United States

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Rockford, Illinois, United States / October 11, 2011

Neil Moallem jumped rope for 13 minutes, 44.42 seconds with 10 sticky notes stuck to his body.

Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get $500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and sheer will.

General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.

- may not use additional adhesives beyond what's found on backs of sticky notes
- sticky notes must be placed vertically on body (may not be placed on top of head or shoulders)
- any size sticky notes permitted
- timing stops when sticky note falls off or record attempter stops jumping rope
- must jump over rope at least once every two seconds
- record attempter must hold jumping rope themselves


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  • United States Dylan Reitz

    $500 to beat 1 second. That is what I call EZ-PZ money!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dustin We denied Neil's "S" attempt. I repeat: there is no substantial evidence here.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Mitch We have no substantial evidence of cheating in Neil's attempt and stand by our decision.

  • United States Dustin James

    Dan.. I understand, but there is also no substantial evidence that he didnt cheat. If he did it once why wouldnt he again? In his 7:51 vid when he leans in at the end you can tell the notes arent stuck to him by the normal adhesive

  • United States Dustin James

    Dan .. you can clearly see the extra tape on Neils attempt to make an "S" with sticky notes.. What would stop him from cheating on this one too? you can not see that there is not extra adhesive. Mitch stopped because one fell off... he could have added mroe adhesive and gone longer than this.

  • United States Neil Moallem

    Mitch I purchased "extra sticky" sticky notes, and they still clearly move up and down throughout my entire attempt quite a bit.

  • The Internet Mitch Jankowski

    First of all...Neil has clearly cheated on a different record with sticky notes(fastest S using sticky notess) (you can see tape on the back of the sticky notes)Also, there is never a close up shot that proves he didn't do this again. As you can see in my video, my sticky notes are moving up and down qutie a bit, whereas in this video they aren't at all...Also one of mine even falls off because there is nothing extra on it. I also have two close up shots of my sticky notes showing that there is no extra adhesive. I would just like for you to take this into strong consideration, for lack of evidence and previous actions of Neil's.

  • United States Neil Moallem

    I tried this, but because I sweat a lot they actually fell off quicker

  • Australia Peter Craig

    surely it would stick better to skin?

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