Impossibility Challenger seeks to inspire people from all walks of life to experience the spirit of self-transcendence in a unique way. It serves as a platform for anyone who wants to push the limits of human possibility and tries to establish a new World Record or personal record in non-Olympic disciplines. Impossibility Challenger is sponsored by the Sri Chinmoy Center and was first organized in Zurich, Switzerland in 1982. From 2002 to 2010 in took place in Munich, Germany and later also in New Zealand and Hungary.
Imagem from Leiria stadium
If you are interested to partcipate with a record, please fill out the application form. If you plan to try a Guinness World Record you need to get in touch with the Guinness Book of Records www.guinnessworldrecords.com approx. 8-10 weeks before your attempt, to learn about their rules and regulations. New records can also be published at www.recordholders.org, a record holder club founded by Ralf Laue in Germany.
During the last 12 years the Impossibility Challenger featured even Ashrita Furman with several records. Ashrita is THE man in the world with the most Guinness World records. He established over 500 Guinness World Records and currently still holds over 200.
Ashrita Furman breaking the record on Longest Time Balancing on Swiss Ball (Stonehenge)
Some vídeos from previous editions of impossibility Challenger:
1986 a 1991
Biggest ballon hat in the world and fastest mile in a shopping car. :-)
Vídeo of Impossibility Challenger from 2012 edition in Hungary
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