This mother of four only weighs 120 pounds, but she makes no exceptions when it comes to clearing her plate! Molly Schuyler of Nebraska may have set a world record when she recently devoured a 72-ounce piece of meat in under three minutes. According to Gawker, the current Guinness World Record for consuming a steak that size is 6 minutes and 48 seconds.
The Guinness World Records' hotly contested title for tightest parallel parking has changed hands for the fifth time in two years, with Chinese driver Han Yue sneaking his new Mini into a space just 5.91 inches longer than his car. Yue's achievement eclipses Patrik Folco's previous record of 8.66 inches, which was considered to be unbeatable when he set it last month.
The city of St. Louis dedicated the world's largest chess piece, a king standing 14.5 feet tall and weighing 2,280 lbs., on Monday. The sculpture is located outside the city's World Chess Hall of Fame.
"This piece serves as a monument to the chess culture we are creating in St. Louis," said Mike Wilmering, spokesman for the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of St. Louis.
Your move, St. Louis Arch.
You're Only As Old As You Paraglide of the Day: Mary Hardison, a 101-year-old great-great grandmother from Ogden, has set a new world record for Oldest Female to Paraglide Tandem.
The record had been held since 2007 by a 100-year-old women from Cyprus.
The flight actually took place September 1st of last year -- Hardison's birthday -- but the record wasn't confirmed until today.
Hardison's desire to paraglide arose after her 75-year-old son took up the sport as a hobby. "I didn't want him to get too far ahead of me, so I decided that I'd go too," she told the AP. "To me, I was just going on a little ride. I had no idea I'd break a record."
Asked if she plans to paraglide again, Hardison, who loves physical activity and quilting for charities, said, "If the notion strikes, I'll go again."