Most Nintendo 64 Cartridges Balanced On Head While On A Rola Bola

United States Alex Cunningham

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States / September 18, 2011

Alex Cunningham balanced six Nintendo 64 cartridges on his head while balancing on a rola bola.

- cartridges must be balanced on bare head
- must add cartridges one at a time
- may straighten cartridges as they are being added
- must remain on rola bola for entire attempt
- must observe RecordSetter rola bola criteria

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  • Australia Peter Craig

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    "I'm going to balance them on my head... because that's just what I do" haha A few things with the rola bola part - the top you stand on seems so small, this would make it exponentially harder for you. Also, what's the stripy floor? Is that carpet or grooved material of some kind? Also on the video at 1:44 it seems to cut which looks suspicious although I 100% trust this is a straight take as there's no reason to believe otherwise. Looks like you've definitely mastered the rola bola but I'd suggest you get a bigger top to stand on, mine is 24x12 inches. Also that's a heavy/thick looking pipe! I'd pass this as OK but the PVC pipe I'm using is exactly 6 inches, if it's bigger or smaller it does make a difference in endurance records. Love that this was record #1 in your World Record Challenge series, would be nice to link back to the YouTube video in the record description RecordSetter :)

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