Last update: August 03, 2022, 11:10 AM IST
Two men from Idaho set a Guinness World Record for throwing and catching a flying disc 12,345 times in a row. David Rush, who has previously broken nearly 250 Guinness World Records to promote STEM education, and Chris Knight attempt to break the record for most consecutive Ultimate Flying Disc passes by a pair at Boise’s Cradle Point. of
Idaho’s David Rush and Knight set world records for most Frisbee throws and catches in one minute. Together they played and passed 110 times in one minute and the highest number of passing discs in one hour is 5341.
Thus, they totaled 12,345 catches in 3 hours 58 minutes and 4 seconds, breaking the world record of 2944 held by Matthew Buzduk and Bernard Buzduk in Minnesota in 2020.
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According to record breaker David Rush, there should be no more than five seconds between a catch and the subsequent throw. And this time the principle was well understood by Rush and his partner. He gave his life to set this new world record.
David Rush is one of the previous record holders and has broken over 250 world records, hence the sobriquet record breaker. David Rush’s goal behind setting the world record is to promote STEM education. He shared the world record for most consecutive Frisbee passes with Chris Knight in the lobby of Cradle Point in Boise. Earlier, David Rush had set the record for the shortest time to pass the ball blindfolded with a teammate.
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