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According to the website for the Guinness Book of World Records, the longest 50-50 grind ever done on a skateboard is 204 feet done by Jagger Eaton in October 2016. That record may have just been broken. In the above video, pro skater...Show More Summary
A medical student in Ethiopia has just earned a Guinness World Record for a truly jaw-dropping stunt: longest time to spray water from the mouth. Kirubel Yilma, of Addis Ababa, can squirt a continuous spray of water from his mouth for...Show More Summary
Cassie De Pecol just put all our travel achievements to shame. The 27-year-old officially set two Guinness World Records for visiting all 196 countries in the world in 18 months (the fastest time ever) and for being the first femaleShow More Summary
He’s definitely headstrong. China-based athlete Li Longlong is longing for some glory from Guinness World Records and he’ll stand on his head to get it. As the video above shows, Longlong recently appeared on the Guinness World Records...Show More Summary
Seen here showing the heart of a true athlete, this is a video of Japanese university student Satoyuki Fujimura setting a new Guinness World Record for the most finger snaps on a single hand in one minute, with a staggering 296 snaps. Show More Summary
Fast-fingered student Satoyuki Fujimura of Japan has broken the Guinness World Record for “Most Finger Snaps in One Minute” with a blistering 296 snaps. Fujimura broke the previous record of 278 snaps during an appearance on the Japanese television show Tantei! Knightscoop. Related Laughing Squid PostsMan Kicks Himself in the Head 134 Times to Break […]
Seen here wondering where the hell his toes went, this is a video of teenager Maxwell Day of London demonstrating his Guinness World Record for 'largest foot rotation,' by rotating his feet backwards a full 157-degrees. That is entirely too far to be able to rotate your feet. Show More Summary
The flexible Maxwell Day of London, England demonstrates his world record ability to turn his feet backwards in the Guinness series Meet the Record Breakers. Day holds the official Guinness World Record for “Largest Foot Rotation” for his ability to turn his feet around a full 157 degrees. When Maxwell Day saw a poster of […]
INS Viraat, the world’s oldest aircraft carrier and the flag ship of the Indian Navy, was decommissioned on Monday after serving for 30 years in the Indian Navy. INS Viraat holds the world record as mentioned in the Guinness Book of records for being the longest serving warship of the world.
A robot designed by a German engineer has set a new world record for completing a Rubik’s Cube, Guinness World Records has confirmed. The Sub 1 Reloaded robot, which is the brainchild of engineer Albert Beer, solved the famous puzzle...Show More Summary
A lot of us (full disclosure: me included) got a package last weekend or headed to the nearest store that does video games — the Switch, Nintendo’s latest video game console, is here. It’s not in the Guinness Book of World Records (I...Show More Summary
On a high-speed episode of Guinness World Records‘ weekly video series, Meet the Record Breakers, they traveled to a park in Toyonaka, Japan to watch martial arts expert Isao Machii attempt to set a new record for the Most martial arts sword cuts through rush straw mats in one minute. He successfully sliced through the […]
MY LONGEST MADE PUTT IS PROBABLY in the neighborhood of 60 feet, but I honestly can't remember. It's not something I've given much thought. We've all made some long ones, especially if we've played the game for years. These fellows in the above video had something different in mind. Show More Summary
This robot is better at ping pong than you. Developed by Japan’s Omron Corporation, FORPHEUS holds the Guinness World Records title for being the “first robot table tennis tutor.” Short for Future Omron […] The post Record-Breaking Robot Will Beat You at Ping Pong appeared first on Geek.com.
An actor who gained recognition for his peformance on the HBO series “Game of Thrones” — and who was identified by Guinness World Records in 2007 as Britain’s tallest man — has died. The New York Times reports that Neil...
Guinness World Records has recognized a robot with a unique ability: a machine called FORPHEUS is officially the “first robot table tennis tutor.” The contraption, which holds a ping pong paddle and can play against and even teach a human, taps artificial intelligence to determine the ability of its opponent. Show More Summary
Turkish Derya Can set a new Guinness World Record for the longest freedive under ice on Friday by diving 120 meters horizontally under the frozen surface of Weissensee lake in Austria. With her dive, Can shattered French Aurore Asso’s record of 112,3 meters and celebrated her success with a Turkish flag. Read Daily Sabah