Guinness reveals the holders of the 2019 world record, including a dog that can jump more than six feet

Feather, a greyhound rescue from Maryland, USA UU It can jump 191.7 cm (6 feet 3 inches), which is only a few centimeters less than the record of British women established by Katrina Johnson-Thompson at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. Samantha Valle, 31, owner of Feather, She says that her talent was evident when she saw her jump so high that she hit the ceiling of her basement. Then he started training Feather to jump over hurdles and soon he was jumping more than 150 cm

A dog that can jump more than six feet is one of the rare and strange champions revealed today in the 2019 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Feather, a greyhound rescue from Maryland, USA it can jump 191.7 cm (6 feet 3 inches), which is only a few centimeters less than the record of British women established by Katrina Johnson-Thompson at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

Samantha Valle, 31, who owns Feather, says her talent was evident when she saw her jump so high that she hit the ceiling of her basement.

Feather, a greyhound rescue from Maryland, USA UU It can jump 191.7 cm (6 feet 3 inches), which is only a few centimeters less than the record of British women established by Katrina Johnson-Thompson at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. Samantha Valle, 31, owner of Feather, She says that her talent was evident when she saw her jump so high that she hit the ceiling of her basement. Then he started training Feather to jump over hurdles and soon he was jumping more than 150 cm "effortlessly".

He then began training Feather to jump obstacles and soon jumped more than 150 cm "effortlessly".

Another competitive canine taking a world record in Geronimo, a border collie, the Australian kelpie cross, also rescued by Samantha.

Geronimo holds the record for the highest number of Dutch style jumps for a dog in one minute, at 128. The human record was 133 and was achieved by Huang Junkai, Jiang Dali and Jin Zhenyu from Shanghai in September 2017.

After six weeks, Samantha had the idea of ​​adding a jump rope to the mix when Geronimo was proving difficult to train; it soon became clear that Geronimo was completely natural.

Another competitive canine taking a world record in Geronimo, a border collie, the Australian kelpie cross, also rescued by Samantha. Geronimo holds the record for the most double Dutch style jumps in a minute, at 128. The human record was 133 and Huang Junkai, Jiang Dali and Jin Zhenyu from Shanghai achieved it in September 2017. After six weeks, Samantha had the idea of ​​adding a jump rope to the mix when Geronimo proved difficult to train; it soon became clear that Geronimo was completely natural.

Another competitive canine taking a world record in Geronimo, a border collie, the Australian kelpie cross, also rescued by Samantha. Geronimo holds the record for the most double Dutch style jumps in a minute, at 128. The human record was 133 and Huang Junkai, Jiang Dali and Jin Zhenyu from Shanghai achieved it in September 2017. After six weeks, Samantha had the idea of ​​adding a jump rope to the mix when Geronimo proved difficult to train; it soon became clear that Geronimo was completely natural.

Another competitive canine taking a world record in Geronimo, a border collie, the Australian kelpie cross, also rescued by Samantha. Geronimo holds the record for the most double Dutch style jumps in a minute, at 128. The human record was 133 and Huang Junkai, Jiang Dali and Jin Zhenyu from Shanghai achieved it in September 2017. After six weeks, Samantha had the idea of ​​adding a jump rope to the mix when Geronimo proved difficult to train; it soon became clear that Geronimo was completely natural.

Samantha is proud to see the promise in animals that others have left behind and try to get the best out of them.

"Sometimes it takes a certain person to come and see the potential in a dog to make them even bigger," he says.

Someone who could be very popular with Geronoimo and Feather is Barry John Crowe, who took the title of most sausages made in a minute with an amazing 78.

The 28-year-old from Cavern, Ireland, started helping his parents in the family carnage at the age of 10 and has since perfected his sausage skills.

Barry now runs the family business and dreams of making his parents proud. He credits his parents for instilling the confidence he has left today, allowing him to create an impressive range of 36 different types of sausages, including some of the chocolate and honeycomb palette varieties.

Barry John Crowe took the title of most sausages made in a minute with an amazing 78. Barry now runs the family business and dreams of making his parents proud. He credits his parents for instilling the confidence he has left today, allowing him to create an impressive range of 36 different types of sausages, including some of the chocolate and honeycomb palette varieties.

Barry John Crowe took the title of most sausages made in a minute with an amazing 78. Barry now runs the family business and dreams of making his parents proud. He credits his parents for instilling the confidence he has left today, allowing him to create an impressive range of 36 different types of sausages, including some of the chocolate and honeycomb palette varieties.

Barry John Crowe took the title of most sausages made in a minute with an amazing 78. Barry now runs the family business and dreams of making his parents proud. He credits his parents for instilling the confidence he has left today, allowing him to create an impressive range of 36 different types of sausages, including some of the chocolate and honeycomb palette varieties.

Another superstar who breaks records is Betty Goedhart, the oldest person to perform the flying trapeze at 84 years and 249 days.

Betty, now 85, from California, made her way into the record books with the oldest female flying trapeze artist.

From an early age, Betty always believed that she could achieve anything with hard work and determination, which is why she started trapeze classes at the age of 78.

Betty Goedhart, the oldest person who performs the flying trapeze at 84 years and 249 days. From an early age, Betty always believed that she could achieve anything with hard work and determination, which is why she started trapeze classes at the age of 78.

Betty Goedhart, the oldest person who performs the flying trapeze at 84 years and 249 days. From an early age, Betty always believed that she could achieve anything with hard work and determination, which is why she started trapeze classes at the age of 78.

Betty Goedhart, the oldest person who performs the flying trapeze at 84 years and 249 days. From an early age, Betty always believed that she could achieve anything with hard work and determination, which is why she started trapeze classes at the age of 78.

Another octogenarian record this year is Sumiko Iwamura, 83, from Tokyo, Japan.

Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days.

After her shift at the restaurant, Sumiko arrives at Decabar Z for her DJ position, but she is having too much fun to be tired, "doing something totally different is energizing," she says.

Sumiko never imagined becoming a DJ at this age, but since Sumirock's debut she has not looked back, she says "try something and do not give up … there are opportunities in every corner".

Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days. Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days.

Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days. Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days.

Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days. Owner of a restaurant and cook by day, at night, Sumiko Iwamura transforms into rock star DJ Sumirock at night, turning her into the club's oldest professional club at 83 years, 188 days.

Tom Bagnall, 26, of Staffordshire, is the proud owner of the world's fastest jet propulsion karts, which travels at 112.29 mph.

Building the kart took Tom a year to complete, but his love for speed started at an early age and, in his own words, it became an addiction.

He had been interested in engineering and played with mechanics in his workshop until late at night.

Tom's mantra is to take the slow and mundane, and supercharge them to achieve the fastest possible speeds, and with his jet-propelled karts, he has had a record start.

He broke the CBBC Officially Amazing record in York on September 5, 2017.

Tom Bagnall, 26, of Staffordshire, is the proud owner of the world's fastest jet propulsion karts, which travels at 112.29 mph. Tom's mantra is to take the slow and mundane, and supercharge them to achieve the fastest possible speeds, and with his jet-propelled karts, he has had a record start. He broke the CBBC Officially Amazing record in York on September 5, 2017.

Tom Bagnall, 26, of Staffordshire, is the proud owner of the world's fastest jet propulsion karts, which travels at 112.29 mph. Tom's mantra is to take the slow and mundane, and supercharge them to achieve the fastest possible speeds, and with his jet-propelled karts, he has had a record start. He broke the CBBC Officially Amazing record in York on September 5, 2017.

Tom Bagnall, 26, of Staffordshire, is the proud owner of the world's fastest jet propulsion karts, which travels at 112.29 mph. Tom's mantra is to take the slow and mundane, and supercharge them to achieve the fastest possible speeds, and with his jet-propelled karts, he has had a record start. He broke the CBBC Officially Amazing record in York on September 5, 2017.

Another holder of the UK record is Elizabeth & Betsy & # 39; Bond, 31, from Wiltshire, has created the largest knitting needle in the world, 14 feet long (4.4 m) long.

Surprisingly, Betsy is not an avid weaver, but created needles as part of an art exhibition.

By showing exactly what art students can achieve, she felt immensely proud to achieve her record and spark many conversations among her peers. She says: "Everyone has potential if you keep fighting and moving forward." Try it, what is the worst that can happen?

Elizabeth & Betsy & # 39; Bond, 31, of Wiltshire, created the largest knitting needle in the world, 14 feet long (4.4 m) long. By showing exactly what art students can achieve, she felt immensely proud to achieve her record and spark many conversations among her peers. She says: "Everyone has potential if you keep fighting and moving forward." Try it, what is the worst that can happen?

Elizabeth & Betsy & # 39; Bond, 31, of Wiltshire, created the largest knitting needle in the world, 14 feet long (4.4 m) long. By showing exactly what art students can achieve, she felt immensely proud to achieve her record and spark many conversations among her peers. She says: "Everyone has potential if you keep fighting and moving forward." Try it, what is the worst that can happen?

Elizabeth & Betsy & # 39; Bond, 31, of Wiltshire, created the largest knitting needle in the world, 14 feet long (4.4 m) long. By showing exactly what art students can achieve, she felt immensely proud to achieve her record and spark many conversations among her peers. She says: "Everyone has potential if you keep fighting and moving forward." Try it, what is the worst that can happen?

Far from knitting, Matt Denton, 45, of Winchester, takes a record of a robot he built.

The Animatronic control system specialist takes the record of the largest hexapod robot that can be mounted at 9 feet 1 (2.8 m) high and 16 feet 1 (5 m) wide.

Matt's love of engineering and animatronics began at a very young age, when he received his first LEGO technique kit and was consolidated after a trip to the cinema to watch Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back when he was eight years old.

Matt spent his younger years fascinated with walking machines such as AT-AT and fulfilled a childhood dream when he had the opportunity to work on Star Wars: The Force Awakens to create the fan favorite, BB-8.

Matt Denton, 45, of Winchester, takes the record for the largest hexapod robot, 9 feet 1 (2.8 m) tall and 16 feet 1 (5 m) wide. Matt's love of engineering and animatronics began at a very young age, when he received his first LEGO technique kit and was consolidated after a trip to the cinema to watch Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back when he was eight years old.

Matt Denton, 45, of Winchester, takes the record for the largest hexapod robot, 9 feet 1 (2.8 m) tall and 16 feet 1 (5 m) wide. Matt's love of engineering and animatronics began at a very young age, when he received his first LEGO technique kit and was consolidated after a trip to the cinema to watch Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back when he was eight years old.

Matt Denton, 45, of Winchester, takes the record for the largest hexapod robot, 9 feet 1 (2.8 m) tall and 16 feet 1 (5 m) wide. Matt's love of engineering and animatronics began at a very young age, when he received his first LEGO technique kit and was consolidated after a trip to the cinema to watch Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back when he was eight years old.

Other prizes this year correspond to the highest number of dice balanced on the leg of a cat (10), most make bodily modifications (516), the fastest skating of 50m (8.55 seconds), the longest time controlling a ball with the sole while on the car roof (93 seconds), most breaths by fire in one minute (14) and most consecutive hands-free in one hand (34).

This edition of Guinness World Records celebrates the movement & # 39; maker & # 39; and will have a special function dedicated to inventors, dreamers, craftsmen and creators, including the largest water pistol in the world, an elephant-sized hamburger and huge sculptures made of toothpicks.

Olga Henry, who holds the record for the fastest 10 meters, walked in slackline en pointe, as it appears in the latest edition of Guinness World Records.

Olga Henry, who holds the record for the fastest 10 meters, walked in slackline en pointe, as it appears in the latest edition of Guinness World Records.

Olga Henry, who holds the record for the fastest 10 meters, walked in slackline en pointe, as it appears in the latest edition of Guinness World Records.

Evan Ungar of Canada performing the highest standing jump (5 feet 3 inches or 1,616 m)

Evan Ungar of Canada performing the highest standing jump (5 feet 3 inches or 1,616 m)

Evan Ungar of Canada performing the highest standing jump (5 feet 3 inches or 1,616 m)

The largest amount of dice stacked on a cat's leg is 10, and was achieved by Bibi and her owner L C Siew (both from Malaysia) at Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia, on June 18, 2017.

The largest amount of dice stacked on a cat's leg is 10, and was achieved by Bibi and her owner L C Siew (both from Malaysia) at Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia, on June 18, 2017.

The largest amount of dice stacked on a cat's leg is 10, and was achieved by Bibi and her owner L C Siew (both from Malaysia) at Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia, on June 18, 2017.

What Guinness world records were broken and had this year?
Registration title Registration details country
The fastest 100 m in a space hopper (female) The fastest 100 meters in a space hopper (female) is 38.22 seconds and was achieved by Ali Spagnola at the Drake Track & Field Stadium at UCLA in Los Angeles, California, USA. UU., On March 9, 2017. U.S
The fastest 10m walked in slackline in pointe The fastest 10m walked in slackline in pointe is 2 minutes and 33.71 seconds, and was achieved by the Russian Olga Henry in Culver City, California, USA. UU., On August 16, 2017. U.S
The fastest 50-meter hand-skating The fastest 50-meter hand-skating is 8.55 seconds, achieved by Mirko Hanáen in Bocholt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on November 16, 2017. Germany
The fastest speed in a jet-propelled karting The fastest speed in a jet-propelled kart is 112.29 mph (180.72 km / h) and was achieved by Tom Bagnall in CBBC's Officially Amazing, in York on September 5, 2017. United Kingdom
The fastest time for bunny hop 15 hurdles on a trial bike The fastest time for bunny hop 15 hurdles on a trial bike is 13.88 seconds and was achieved by Joe Oakley at the Urban Games event in Newcastle, on August 19, 2012. United Kingdom
The highest jump for a dog The highest jump of a dog is 191.7 cm (75.5 in) and achieved by Feather in Frederick, Maryland, USA. UU., September 14, 2017. U.S
The highest standing jump (male) The highest standing jump is 1,616 m (5.3 feet) and was achieved by Evan Ungar in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, on May 13, 2016. Glen
The largest collection of articles related to the clown The largest collection of items related to the clown is 4,348 and was obtained by F.M. Kahn in Hoogvliet, The Netherlands, on April 11, 2017. Germany
The largest collection of interlocking plastic brick sets The largest collection of entangled plastic brick sets in a private collection is 3,837, achieved by Frank Smoes, in Melbourne on May 9, 2017. Australia
The largest knitting needles The largest knitting needles measure 4.42 m (14 feet 6.33 in) long and have a diameter of 9.01 cm (3.54 in). They were made by Elizabeth Bond and presented and measured at Wiltshire College, Chippenham, on June 13, 2017. United Kingdom
The largest hexapod robot that can be mounted The largest hexapod robot that can be assembled is 2.8 m (9 ft2 in) high and 5 m (16 ft4 in) in diameter, achieved by Matt Denton in Wickham, Hampshire, as verified on November 15, 2017 . United Kingdom
The biggest toy car The largest toy car measures 8.05 m (26 feet 5 inches) long, 3.548 m (11 feet 8 inches) high and 3.59 m (11 feet 9 inches) wide, achieved by Robert Pasin in the headquarters of Radio Flyer in Chicago, Illinois, on December 20, 2016. U.S
Longest duration balancing a guitar on the forehead The longest duration to balance a guitar on the forehead is 7 minutes and 3.9 seconds, reached by Josh Horton in Dallas, Texas, on November 17, 2017. U.S
Longest duration performing a six hula hoop box division The longest duration in the division of six hula hoop boxes is one minute 10,347 seconds, reached by Brookelynn Bley in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. UU., On December 1, 2017. U.S
Longest reverse vault (parkour) The longest inverted dome (parkour) measures 4.06 m (14 ft. 3.8 in.) And was achieved by Ryan Luney in Carrickfergus, UK, on ​​June 22, 2016. United Kingdom
Longer time to control a football with the plants while on the roof of a moving car The longest time to control a soccer ball with the soles of the feet while on the roof of a moving car is 93 seconds and was achieved by Ash Randall at the Cardiff airport on November 15, 2014. United Kingdom
Most body modifications (male) The majority of body modifications for a man are 516, held by Rolf Buchholz. As verified in Dortmund, Germany, on December 16, 2012. Germany
Most consecutive back hands (one hand) The majority of consecutive handsfree hands (one hand) are 34 and Zama Mofokeng achieved it in Tembisa, South Africa, on March 4, 2017. South Africa
Most dice stacked on a cat's paw The largest amount of dice stacked on a cat's paw is 10, and was achieved by Bibi and her owner L C Siew in Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia, on June 18, 2017. Malaysia
Most double Dutch style jumps of a dog in a minute The majority of the double Dutch style jumps of a dog in a minute is 128 and was achieved by Geronimo, a Border Collie and Kelpie Cross, and its owner, Samantha Valle (USA) on the NBC set "Today" "in New York, on April 7, 2014. U.S
Most respiration breaths in a minute Most of the fire breaks in a minute are 14, and Ryan Luney in Antrim did it on June 23, 2017. United Kingdom
Most hula-hoops rotated simultaneously in multi-body parts The majority of hula-hoops simultaneously rotated in multi-body parts is 59 and was achieved by the German Dunja Kuhn in London on May 24, 2017. Germany
Most powdered donuts are eaten in three minutes The most powdered donuts eaten in three minutes are 9 and Kevin & # 39; L.A. He did it. Beast & Strahle at the Guinness World Records office in New York, on May 12, 2017. U.S
Most sausages produced in a minute Most of the sausages produced in one minute are 78, achieved by Barry John Crowe in Cavan, Ireland, on April 3, 2017. Ireland
Most jumps of a dog and a person in a minute: a single rope Most of the jumps of a dog and a person in a minute with a single string are 59, and Jessica and her owner, Rachael Grylls, succeeded in Lewdown, on December 1, 2016. United Kingdom
Most torches juggle a balance board Most of the juggling torches on a balance board is 5, and was achieved by Josh Horton, at Art Factory, Paterson, New Jersey, USA. US, on November 3, 2017. U.S
The oldest flying trapeze artist (woman) The oldest flying trapeze artist (woman) is 84 years old and 249 days old, and Betty Goedhart (USA) obtained it in San Diego, California, USA. UU., As of July 1, 2017. U.S
The oldest professional DJ club The oldest DJ club is Sumiko Iwamuro, DJ Sumirock (born January 27, 1935) of 83 years and 118 days, who plays monthly in a club in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, since May 25, 2018. Japan
The largest collection of items related to the clown is 4,348 and was obtained by F.M. Kahn in Hoogvliet, The Netherlands, on April 11, 2017

The largest collection of items related to the clown is 4,348 and was obtained by F.M. Kahn in Hoogvliet, The Netherlands, on April 11, 2017

The largest collection of items related to the clown is 4,348 and was obtained by F.M. Kahn in Hoogvliet, The Netherlands, on April 11, 2017

The majority of body modifications for a man are 516, held by Rolf Buchholz. As verified in Dortmund, Germany, on December 16, 2012

The majority of body modifications for a man are 516, held by Rolf Buchholz. As verified in Dortmund, Germany, on December 16, 2012

The majority of body modifications for a man are 516, held by Rolf Buchholz. As verified in Dortmund, Germany, on December 16, 2012

The largest collection of entangled plastic brick sets in a private collection is 3,837, achieved by Frank Smoes, in Melbourne on May 9, 2017

The largest collection of entangled plastic brick sets in a private collection is 3,837, achieved by Frank Smoes, in Melbourne on May 9, 2017

The largest collection of entangled plastic brick sets in a private collection is 3,837, achieved by Frank Smoes, in Melbourne on May 9, 2017

The largest number of hula-hoops rotated simultaneously in parts of several bodies is 59 and was achieved by the German Dunja Kuhn in London on May 24, 2017

The largest number of hula-hoops rotated simultaneously in parts of several bodies is 59 and was achieved by the German Dunja Kuhn in London on May 24, 2017

The largest number of hula-hoops rotated simultaneously in parts of several bodies is 59 and was achieved by the German Dunja Kuhn in London on May 24, 2017

The longest duration of the division of six boxes of hula hula is one minute and 10,347 seconds, reached by Brookelynn Bley in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. UU., On December 1, 2017.

The longest duration of the division of six boxes of hula hula is one minute and 10,347 seconds, reached by Brookelynn Bley in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. UU., On December 1, 2017.

The longest duration of the division of six boxes of hula hula is one minute and 10,347 seconds, reached by Brookelynn Bley in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. UU., On December 1, 2017.

The fastest time for bunny hop 15 hurdles on a trial bike is 13.88 seconds and was achieved by Joe Oakley at the Urban Games event in Newcastle, on August 19, 2012.

The fastest time for bunny hop 15 hurdles on a trial bike is 13.88 seconds and was achieved by Joe Oakley at the Urban Games event in Newcastle, on August 19, 2012.

The fastest time for bunny hop 15 hurdles on a trial bike is 13.88 seconds and was achieved by Joe Oakley at the Urban Games event in Newcastle, on August 19, 2012.

The majority of consecutive consecutive hands-free (one hand) is 34 and was performed by Zama Mofokeng in Tembisa, South Africa, on March 4, 2017.

The majority of consecutive consecutive hands-free (one hand) is 34 and was performed by Zama Mofokeng in Tembisa, South Africa, on March 4, 2017.

The majority of consecutive consecutive hands-free (one hand) is 34 and was performed by Zama Mofokeng in Tembisa, South Africa, on March 4, 2017.

Most of the jumps made by a dog and a person in a minute with a single string are 59, and Jessica and her owner, Rachael Grylls, succeeded in Lewdown, on December 1, 2016.

Most of the jumps made by a dog and a person in a minute with a single string are 59, and Jessica and her owner, Rachael Grylls, succeeded in Lewdown, on December 1, 2016.

Most of the jumps made by a dog and a person in a minute with a single string are 59, and Jessica and her owner, Rachael Grylls, succeeded in Lewdown, on December 1, 2016.

The longest time to control a soccer ball with the plants while on the roof of a moving car is 93 seconds and was accomplished by Ash Randall at the Cardiff airport on November 15, 2014.

The longest time to control a soccer ball with the plants while on the roof of a moving car is 93 seconds and was accomplished by Ash Randall at the Cardiff airport on November 15, 2014.

The longest time to control a soccer ball with the plants while on the roof of a moving car is 93 seconds and was accomplished by Ash Randall at the Cardiff airport on November 15, 2014.

The fastest 50-meter hand-skating is 8.55 seconds, achieved by Mirko Hanáen in Bocholt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on November 16, 2017.

The fastest 50-meter hand-skating is 8.55 seconds, achieved by Mirko Hanáen in Bocholt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on November 16, 2017.

The fastest 50-meter hand-skating is 8.55 seconds, achieved by Mirko Hanáen in Bocholt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on November 16, 2017.

La mayoría de los backflips de respiración de fuego en un minuto es 14, y fue logrado por Ryan Luney en Antrim, el 23 de junio de 2017

La mayoría de los backflips de respiración de fuego en un minuto es 14, y fue logrado por Ryan Luney en Antrim, el 23 de junio de 2017

La mayoría de los backflips de respiración de fuego en un minuto es 14, y fue logrado por Ryan Luney en Antrim, el 23 de junio de 2017

La bóveda invertida más larga (parkour) mide 4.06 m (14 pies 3.8 pulgadas) y fue lograda por Ryan Luney en Carrickfergus, Reino Unido, el 22 de junio de 2016.

La bóveda invertida más larga (parkour) mide 4.06 m (14 pies 3.8 pulgadas) y fue lograda por Ryan Luney en Carrickfergus, Reino Unido, el 22 de junio de 2016.

La bóveda invertida más larga (parkour) mide 4.06 m (14 pies 3.8 pulgadas) y fue lograda por Ryan Luney en Carrickfergus, Reino Unido, el 22 de junio de 2016.

El más rápido de 100 metros en una tolva espacial (hembra) es de 38.22 segundos y fue logrado por Ali Spagnola en el Drake Track & Field Stadium de la UCLA en Los Angeles, California, EE. UU., El 9 de marzo de 2017.

El más rápido de 100 metros en una tolva espacial (hembra) es de 38.22 segundos y fue logrado por Ali Spagnola en el Drake Track & Field Stadium de la UCLA en Los Angeles, California, EE. UU., El 9 de marzo de 2017.

El más rápido de 100 metros en una tolva espacial (hembra) es de 38.22 segundos y fue logrado por Ali Spagnola en el Drake Track & Field Stadium de la UCLA en Los Angeles, California, EE. UU., El 9 de marzo de 2017.

Las donas más pulverizadas que se comen en tres minutos son 9 y Kevin 'L.A. lo logró. Beast 'Strahle en la oficina de Guinness World Records en Nueva York

Las donas más pulverizadas que se comen en tres minutos son 9 y Kevin 'L.A. lo logró. Beast 'Strahle en la oficina de Guinness World Records en Nueva York

Las donas más pulverizadas que se comen en tres minutos son 9 y Kevin 'L.A. lo logró. Beast 'Strahle en la oficina de Guinness World Records en Nueva York

La duración más larga para equilibrar una guitarra en la frente es de 7 minutos y 3,9 segundos, alcanzada por Josh Horton en Dallas, Texas, el 17 de noviembre de 2017.

La duración más larga para equilibrar una guitarra en la frente es de 7 minutos y 3,9 segundos, alcanzada por Josh Horton en Dallas, Texas, el 17 de noviembre de 2017.

La duración más larga para equilibrar una guitarra en la frente es de 7 minutos y 3,9 segundos, alcanzada por Josh Horton en Dallas, Texas, el 17 de noviembre de 2017.

La mayoría de las antorchas con malabares en una tabla de equilibrio es 5, y fue logrado por Josh Horton, en Art Factory, Paterson, Nueva Jersey, EE. UU., El 3 de noviembre de 2017.

La mayoría de las antorchas con malabares en una tabla de equilibrio es 5, y fue logrado por Josh Horton, en Art Factory, Paterson, Nueva Jersey, EE. UU., El 3 de noviembre de 2017.

La mayoría de las antorchas con malabares en una tabla de equilibrio es 5, y fue logrado por Josh Horton, en Art Factory, Paterson, Nueva Jersey, EE. UU., El 3 de noviembre de 2017.

El vagón de juguete más grande mide 8,05 m (26 pies 5 pulgadas) de largo, 3,548 m (11 pies 8 pulgadas) de alto y 3,59 m (11 pies y 9 pulgadas) de ancho, logrado por Robert Pasin en la sede de Radio Flyer en Chicago, Illinois, en 20 de diciembre de 2016

El vagón de juguete más grande mide 8,05 m (26 pies 5 pulgadas) de largo, 3,548 m (11 pies 8 pulgadas) de alto y 3,59 m (11 pies y 9 pulgadas) de ancho, logrado por Robert Pasin en la sede de Radio Flyer en Chicago, Illinois, en 20 de diciembre de 2016

El vagón de juguete más grande mide 8,05 m (26 pies 5 pulgadas) de largo, 3,548 m (11 pies 8 pulgadas) de alto y 3,59 m (11 pies y 9 pulgadas) de ancho, logrado por Robert Pasin en la sede de Radio Flyer en Chicago, Illinois, en 20 de diciembre de 2016

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