Each week at Guinness World Records, we'll be rounding up the recent highlights from our incredible live broadcasts on our official Facebook page.
Featuring fascinating live record-breaking action and interviews from around the world, our broadcasts also give our viewers the chance to ask our talented title holders a question or two.
If you missed any of the action from the past week - no worries, we’ve gathered up a selection of the best videos for you to watch below.
Our lineup of broadcasts began last week with one of the most action-packed record attempts we’ve ever featured on camera. With an intense opening battle starring cinematic fight scene expert Shane Fazen, our host Asha interviewed him on a live Hollywood set.
Shane has over one million subscribers on YouTube for his daring profession, and also due to the many self-defense videos he creates to educate the “innocent who want to be safe”.
During the show, he and a few other actors attempted the record for Longest uncut choreographed fight scene, displaying his endurance and skill that he uses on the big screen. If you love movies and want to know how stuntmen work behind the scenes, this is broadcast for you!
We toned it down a few notches the following Tuesday, with the former Oldest yoga teacher, Tao Porchon-Lynch. The 98-year-old helped all viewers to find their “inner zen” by demonstrating some very impressive poses that some of the most agile have difficulty mastering. Tao first achieved the title when she was 93. Although she no longer holds the record title, she’s a great #TuesdayMotivation reminder that you’re never too old to do what you love!
Our sweet tooth came out towards the end of the week in Chicago, Illinois, where Nestle Toll House began their 25-hour long attempt at the record for Longest baking marathon. Six young bakers stood up to the duration challenge, actively baking several kinds of baked goods, from crispy chocolate chip cookies to delicious brownies. The pastry-enthusiasts had no easy task in front of them. With several utensils provided, they had to make each batch completely from scratch. Did they manage to stay awake in the kitchen for over a day? Find out in the broadcast below.
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