‘Guinness World Records 2019’ Features Some Truly Weird Feats

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Guinness World Records has just released its 2019 edition, and, of course, the record holders are getting lots of media attention.

This year, no one may get as much ink as Rolf Bucholz of Dortmund, Germany, but he had a head start, since most of his body is covered with tattoos.

Bucholz was selected as the World’s Most Pierced Male in 2010, but the new Guinness book says he’s now also the man with the Most Body Modifications ― a whopping 516.

Bucholz’s feat is extreme, but he’s joined in the new book by a host of other weird world records:


  • Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Rolf Bucholz has 516 piercings and implants on his body.


  • Longest Time Controlling A Soccer Ball With The Soles While On The Roof Of A Moving Car

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Ash Randall of Cardiff, U.K., managed to control a soccer ball with his feet while on a moving car for 93 seconds.


  • Longest Duration Balancing A Guitar On The Forehead

    Kevin Scott Ramos/Guinness World Records

    Josh Horton balanced a guitar on his noggin for 7 minutes, 3.9 seconds. 


  • Most Dice Balanced On Cats Paw

    Guinness World Records

    Bibi, a cat in Malaysia, managed to balance nine dice on his paw.


  • Most Powdered Donuts Eaten In 1 Minute

    Kevin Scott Ramos/Guinness World Records

    Kevin Strahle was able to eat nine powdered donuts in 60 seconds.


  • Oldest Performing Trapeze Artist

    Sandy Huffaker/Guiness Book of World Records

    Betty Goedhart, an 85-year-old woman from Escondido, California, is the oldest performing trapeze artist.


  • Most Sausages Made In 1 Minute

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Barry John Crowe, a butcher in Cavern, Ireland, made 78 sausages in a minute.


  • Most Skips By A Dog And Person In 1 Minute On A Single Rope

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Jessica and her human, Rachael Grylls, managed to skip rope 59 times together.


  • Largest Knitting Needles

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    British resident Betsy Bond has knitting needles measuring 14 feet, 6.33 inches in length, and 3.54 inches in diameter.


  • Most Hula-Hoops Spun Simultaneously On Multi-Body Parts

    Ranald Mackechnie/Guinness World Records

    Germany’s Dunja Kuhn is able to spin 59 hula-hoops at the same time on different parts of her body.


  • Highest Jump By A Dog

    Kevin Scott Ramos/Guinness World Records

    Feather, a dog in Frederick, Maryland, is able to jump 75.5 inches off the ground.


  • Fastest 50M Time Done While Skating On Hands

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Mirko Hansen of Germany is able to skate 50 meters in 8.55 seconds — on his hands.


  • Longest Reverse Vault In Parkour

    Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World Records

    Ryan Luney of Carrickfergus, U.K., is able to reverse-vault an incredible 14 feet, 3.8 inches.


  • Fastest 100 Meters On Space Hopper

    James Ellerker/Guinness World Records

    Ali Spagnola, of Los Angeles, managed to bounce 100 meters on a space hopper ball in only 38.22 seconds.


  • Oldest DJ

    Shinsuke Kamioka/Guinness World Records

    SumiRock, an 83-year-old woman in Tokyo, still DJs at clubs at least once a month. 





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