Record Broken!

See Current

Most World Records Set In One Minute

The Internet Jake Bronstein

Be the first to like this record

New York City, New York, United States / March 25, 2009

Jake Bronstein sets five world records in one minute, a new world record. In less than 60 seconds, Bronstein set new marks for Fastest Time To Lead Five “Hey”/“Ho” Call And Responses[], Fastest Time To Drink A Pint Of Water[], Fastest Time To Break Ten Pencils, and Most Lizard Tongue Flicks In Ten Seconds. He set the fifth record simply by breaking more records in one minute than ever achieved before.

Bronstein performed the feat on March 25, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society[] event held at Pianos in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.


- all records set must follow URDB guidelines
- all attempts must be approved to qualify


Tags: mostquantityworld records

  • The Internet yasminem


    Venue Hire East London This is brilliant and eye-catching content thanks for you done right here.

  • United States Tilly Racker

    Tilly Racker

    Time, wondrous time cabinets santa fe

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    Andy-- I definitely did not have any experience with editing video or creating clips of videos before I got involved with RecordSetter either. I basically figured it out with Windows Movie Maker, which turned out to be pretty easy to use. That would be my recommendation-- your computer may very well have that program on it, depending on how new it is. Keep on piling up those records, Andy!

  • The Internet Crystal Pelphrey

    Crystal Pelphrey

    This is Andy, Thanks Mick, I guess that's why verification of these records hasn't been approved of mine, I didn't break them down. I really don't know how to go about doing it on my computer. I might resubmit my claim and try to make up a totally different record out of this under a different record title. Once again thanks and Congrats to you and Carl and everyone at your radio station that took part in Carls record. I think it's really cool that you guys do alot of your records while live on the radio. That really does alot to help get record setter's name out there. that's awesome and I have alot of respect for you guys for this, it seems like you guys really have alot of fun doing this stuff!! and like I said you guys have my total respect. Once again thanks and best of luck to you guys when you attempt to set and break more records in the future.

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen


    You will probably need to submit video of each individual record in order to get it approved, according to the guidelines. You can't just submit one video for all 26 records. I had to break Carl's video into separate clips for each record attempted to get them all approved.

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    Truly, by definition, this record has to increase by at least two in order for it to really be broken. First, you have to set one more record than the current record...THEN you get credit for the extra record of most records in a minute. Tying it is insufficient.

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    I'm going to have to disagree here, folks. This record should not count. Andy set seven records in a minute, not eight. He did not break the record for most records set in a minute-- he tied it. The previous record was seven, and Andy also set seven. He cannot be credited for his claimed eighth record (most records set in a minute) since he didn't break the existing record for most records set in a minute. He has tied Carl Cutler's record. He hasn't broken it.

  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    Andy Pelphrey

    Thanks Simon, I'm a big fan of alot of the records you set as well. If I'm going to do very many more records that involve running around like I did in that one, I'm really going to have to get in shape again!! Thanks

  • United States Simon Kirk

    Simon Kirk

    Andy - that there is some talent!

  • United States Danny Infinite

    Danny Infinite

    Well it was set within the minute, so I vote yes. And to Jake, you are my hero sir.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Should the fifth record count? It's very meta. Our brains at URDB HQ are confused. Let us know what you think.

Under review comments