What is the handstand world record?

What is the handstand world record?

53.26 sec
The longest duration to perform a single arm handstand is 53.26 sec and, was achieved by Pranjal Rawat (India), in New Delhi, India, on 13 January 2019. Pranjal has been practicing handstands for nearly a decade and wanted to attempt this record to test his skills.

What is the furthest someone has walked on their hands?

The Guinness World Records world record for the Walking on hands – farthest distance in 8 hours was set by Sarah Chapman (UK) who walked a distance of 5,000 m (16,404 ft) on her hands in an 8-hour period at Glastonbury, Somerset, UK, on 3 June 2002.

What are the world records to beat?

10 World Records to break while you are stuck at home

  • Most socks put on one foot in 30 seconds.
  • Tallest toilet paper tower in 30 seconds.
  • Fastest time to arrange the alphabet from a can of alphabet spaghetti.
  • Most Smarties eaten in 60 seconds blindfolded using chopsticks.
  • Fastest time to assemble Mr.

What is the world’s greatest record?

Here are some Guinness World Records that you might be able to beat!

  • Most jelly eaten with chopsticks.
  • Most spoons balanced on face.
  • Fastest time to put together Mr.
  • Most coins stacked.
  • Most hula hoops spun at once.
  • Most walnuts crushed by hand in one minute.
  • Tallest sandcastle.
  • Most ice cream scoops balanced on a cone.

What is the longest distance ever walked without stopping?

George Meegan. From Tierra Del Fuego to the northernmost part of Alaska, George Meegan walked 19,019 miles in 2,425 days (1977-1983). He holds the record for the longest unbroken walk, the first and only walk to cover the entire western hemisphere, and the most degrees of latitude ever covered on foot.

Who has the longest hand in the world?

Sultan Kösen
The largest hands on a living person belong to Sultan Kösen (Turkey, b. 10 December 1982) who had hands measuring 28.5 cm (11.22 in) from the wrist to the tip of the middle finger, when last measured on 8 February 2011.