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Man Folds 31 T-Shirts in 1 Minute to Set World Record: Watch

It’s another shirt-related feat for the prolific breaker of Guinness World Records.




David Rush of Boise, Idaho, has claimed another Guinness World Record involving T-shirts.

Rush folded 31 T-shirts in 1 minute to break the previous world record of 23, adding to his résumé of more than 250 records held, UPI writes.

It wasn’t the first shirt-related feat for Rush. He also holds the world marks for hanging T-shirts in 1 minute and putting on T-shirts in 1 minute.

The achievement took more physical effort than one might think. In the video below, you can see Rush double-hopping from one shirt to the next, and by the end of the line, he’s breathing hard.

Earlier this year, Rush – an author and speaker who promotes STEM education through his record-breaking exploits – wrote on his website that he completed his goal of breaking one record for every week of 2021.

One highlight of the year-long campaign came when “I crossed 200 Guinness World Records broken milestone with one of the five hardest for the most kiwis sliced in one minute using a samurai sword while standing on a Swiss ball,” he wrote.


Read more at UPI.



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