Impossibility Challenger 2006: churning out records
15 world records have been set by 21 members of 10 different countries at the international world record games in Dachau.
Big hands for the great performances in exceptional topics at the 13. edition of the Impossibility Challenger in Dachau at Munich.
Here a view of the broken records:
Paramijit Sing Kainth (36) from India clapped his hands 11627 in one hour. Jewgenij Kuschnow (28) from Vienna performed a headstand for 21 minutes and 20 seconds on a car that managed 1,4 km. Stefan Ehrenfellner (28) from Vienna balanced a double bass on his chest and run with it a track of 27 meters in 1 minute and 30 seconds. Albert Walter (32) from Zurich managed to split 100 Phone directories in a record time of 47 minutes. Milan Roskopf from Bratislava was juggling balls of 10 kilos for 15,80 seconds. Eckhardd Schroeder from Bielefeld was laughing for 13 hours in one stretch. Gill Zafar from Pakistan lifted 61 kilo heavy metal plates with his right ear in the air and hold the weight for 13,44 seconds.
The Impossibility Challenger are organized by the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team Germany. The idea behind is that everybody can participate to grow beyond his limits through unusual records. More information under: http://de.vs-racestesting.org/