Guinness World Records have just released details of some of their latest and greatest record-breakers and there's quite a selection of weird and wonderful records that have been broken. Whether it's a British-held world record for the largest knitting needles, or a Malaysian-held record for the most dice balanced on a cat's paw, it's in the is list! There's also a few hula-hoop records including most hula-hoops spun simultaneously on multi-body parts (pictured above) and longest duration performing a six hula hoop box split. Wow!
Check out a selection of some of the latest Guinness World Records:
Fastest 100m on a space hopper (female)
The fastest 100m on a space hopper (female) is 38.22 secs and was achieved by Ali Spagnola at UCLA's Drake Track & Field Stadium in Los Angeles, USA, on 9th March 2017.
Other records released include the oldest professional club DJ, who is Sumiko Iwamuro aka DJ Sumirock, from Japan. He plays a monthly at a club in Tokyo and is aged 83, as of 25th May 2018.
All of these records and more are included in the latest edition of the Guinness World Records 2019, which is out in shops today (6th September).
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