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Tallest Ketchup Packet Tower Stacked On A Tennis Ball

United States Brian Pankey


Springfield, Illinois, United States / March 16, 2012

Brian Pankey assembled a ketchup packet tower on a tennis ball reaching 10 packets in height.

- tower may not rest on table or object
- must use a standard, unaltered tennis ball
- must stack packets one at a time
- no adhesives are permitted
- tower must stay upright for at least three seconds
- must observe RecordSetter balancing criteria
- must provide video evidence


Tags: stackingtallesttowertennis ballketchup

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    i know that Brian sometimes things are missed which can make a great difference in a record no ones fault just an oversight

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I wasn't trying to cause you any grief Doug. Good job.

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    dear Doug they should of denied me. It wasn't in the criteria about letting the ball go.

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    If you watch my video you will clearly hear me state that you have to let go of the tennis ball and it must stand for 3 seconds this was not done so i dont agree with outcome

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