Most Alphabetical-Order Objects Used To Hold A Spinning Basketball In One Minute
Springfield, Illinois, United States / October 5, 2011
Brian Pankey spun a basketball on 12 different objects in one minute. He spun each object individually and in alphabetical order.
The objects used include: an apple, a baseball, a cigar box, a dart, an egg(raw), a Fushigi ball, a golf ball, a hammer, an iron, a jar, a knife, and a lighter. He also used a mallet and a nail, but these objects went over the one minute time limit and were deducted from the final count.
- may not have assistance in spinning
- must grab objects off of table individually
- objects must be used in alphabetical order from A-Z
- must have control of the basketball at all times
- time starts when first object is touched
- may not skip letters; must begin at "A" and work onwards
- may use body parts for letters ( e - elbow, l - leg, - n - nose, etc.)
- objects must be used within the time limit; objects not used within the time limit will be deducted from the final total
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