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The men's record for the longest duration keepie-uppie is held by Dan Magness of England, a 25-year-old professional freestyler, who kept a regulation football aloft for 26 hours using just his feet, legs, shoulders and head; he completed the feat, which took place in Hong Kong, in June 2010.
22 March 2021. The longest time to control a tennis ball on a racket is 5 hr 1 min 8 sec and was achieved by Christian Roberto López Rodríguez (Spain) in Cabañas de la Sagra, Toledo, Spain, on 22 March 2021. Christian is the first person to break this record in almost four years!
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Richard W. bounced a tennis ball on a tennis racket 220 times in one minute. - must use regulation size tennis ball and racquet - must follow form of current world record holder
Suresh Gaur. Suresh Gaur completed 431 consecutive bounces of a golf ball on alternating sides of a tennis racquet. He set the entire record on his knees. 59:25.
The longest duration to control a table tennis ball with a bat is 5 hr 36 min 3 sec, achieved by Christian Roberto López Rodríguez (Spain), in Toledo, Spain, on 6 August 2020. Christian Roberto López Rodríguez is a serial record breaker and has achieved Guinness World Records titles including 'Longest duration balancing a bicycle on the chin' and 'Fastest 50 m backwards wearing swim fins'.
This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Football freestyler Liv Cooke has set a new world record for performing 62 keepy-ups in 30 seconds while ...