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As the event is done, we won’t know if it’s officially been attained until all the final data is in, but the estimation was that this’d be a done deal! 3 months ago
That you wake up and think Today I’m going to take part in World Record Breaking attempt.
:) 3 months ago
Orlando, Florida – Friday 1st October 2010
We had a very early start as breakfast was 6:15 for 6:45 departure for the venue, then lots of hurry up and wait until the big event. It was on the top level of the carpark for the new Amway Center as the Amway Center was having its grand opening.
We were corralled around whilst the Guinness people counted us, recounted us and checked us.
Lots of photos and then finally on with the ponchos, black for the winners (VIPs?) and yellow for the rest. We were given our spot, mine was W23, the face was filled and we started the clock.
Ten minutes later we succeeded in our attempt, yes, I am a record holder :-) 2 years ago
Ok, so, I’ve been wanting to break a world record with my friend, Tyson. But he lives in Ohio, and I live in Mississippi. So we were thinking about setting a record: Longest Time to Play a Computer Game. But we don’t think we can pull it off because our goal is at least four days.
I was hoping some people had some ideas. These are my kind of records: In a minute…
I would thank you so much!2 years ago
may go for:
-Dynamic apnea w/ fins
-Dynamic apnea w/o fins
The static apnea is simple enough in itself, but I’d need to work on my swimming for the dynamic apnea records. 2 years ago
Some records I’ve been looking up, either because I want to beat them or just wanted to know what they were, are:
-Furthest distance travelled by worm move
-Fastest human wheelbarrow over 40m/50m/1600m
-Furthest human wheelbarrow distance in 24 hours
-Longest time breath held voluntarily (male)
-Most consecutive somersaults underwater – single breath (male)
-Longest distance swam underwater with one breath (male)
For completing the worm move, I’ll have to see how long that is. The human wheelbarrow records are just for fun, as they also were for the people who completed them. For the breath-holding records, I’ve started training myself a few weeks ago, and have a steady and controlled plan to increase how long I can hold my breath. It’s been going pretty well.
Anybody else here can try any of these records if they want to. The only one I don’t think has an actual record yet is the fastest human wheelbarrow over 1600m (1 mile). 2 years ago
So I’ve technically already broken a record last year, but I’m doing it again on Saturday. My record: participating in the world’s longest and internationally recognized drum circle. This years record is 28 hours. Last year I participated in the 27 hour one, it was one of the best events in my life. Here is a link to there website:
http://www.drumstrong.org/ 3 years ago