Do you like to see the supernatural and wired skills of some people in the Guinness World Record? Well, this man has a talent that you may like.
David Rush, from Idaho, walked 3,257 feet with a non-powered lawnmower balanced on his chin.
Originally, Rush set the record by walking 656 feet with a non-powered lawnmower on his chin. But later someone managed to walk 912 feet and took the record from him.
He earned the Guinness World Record after walking 2 1/2 laps around a track with the lawnmower balanced on his chin. Rush said that he was only 23 feet short of hitting his personal goal, which is 1 kilometer.
“I wish I could have finished those last 7 meters, but I’m happy with the result,” Rush said.
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Rush is an author, speaker, and entertainer who describes himself as “one of the most prolific Guinness World Records title holders on the planet.”
In 2021, Rush break one Guinness World Record every week to promote STEM education.
According to his website bio, “He is the world’s fastest juggler, the world’s slowest juggler, and has the record for most bowling balls juggled, most consecutive ax juggling catches, and longest duration balancing a bicycle on the chin,”