From the dog with the longest ear to the tallest teenager in the world, the Guinness Book of Records is releasing its new records in the 2022 edition of the famous book.
The annual release, released on Thursday (16), features a series of records and achievements, including the fastest walk by hand and the highest number of jumps on a rope made by one’s hair in 30 seconds.
British Bethany Lodge, a gymnast since she was a child, reached the 100m forward – 42.64 seconds – and a woman’s most backward Summersolts titles in 30 seconds.
“Reaching the Guinness Book of World Records is an incredible feeling. I never thought I would do this. I always get books at my young age and I see all the wonderful things people can do by reading them,” Lodge said.
“So, it’s kind of surreal to know I have a record and see it in the book,” he added.
American Zion Clark, born without legs, set the record in 4.78 seconds with his hands at a speed of 20 meters.
Ledidia Guy of C டிte d’Ivoire set the record for most jumps on a rope made in 30 seconds from her own hair. The 25-year-old model, actress and artist created sculptures from her hair. .
“For this new achievement, Ladidia added extensions to create ‘rope’ to braid her natural hair and then use for jumping,” Guinness said in a statement. “She tried to break that record by encouraging others to celebrate her talents.”
American Olivier Reux, 2,269 meters tall, won the title of Living Teenager (Male).
Among the animals, some interesting records were made by Canine Lou, its owner American Baiz Olson, and the record for the longest ears of a (live) dog. Its ears are 34 cm long.
In addition, the Canadian dog and cat pair of Lollipop and Sashimi set the record for the fastest dog and cat cross in 5 meters on a scooter in 4.37 seconds.
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