In China, Shaolin monk became the world record holder for running on the water surface. After long sessions the representative of the stronger sex was overcome by the water a distance of 125 meters.
In China monk Shi Liliang from Shaolin temple broke his own personal record in running water, informs The Telegraph. Using 200 plywood boards, floating on the surface of the reservoir, the representative of the stronger sex ran 125 meters, proving once again that owning one's own body can do amazing things.
The footage shows that Shea Liliang just runs on the boards, like on the carpet, not once stumbling. Due to run at high speed and the arts to maintain balance, the record did not fail under the water. Running on the water surface is included in the set of skills of kung-fu called "flight over water". Shea Liliang has repeatedly set records in this lesson. So, in 2009, the monk was able to run 18 meters, then he increased the distance up to 28 m, and in January 2015 he managed to cover the distance of 120 meters.
Another unusual record has been set by the organist from Norway. Nina Irslinger played the organ for 60 hours straight, having no sleep for almost 3 days. Momentous concert record holder fell on its 60th anniversary. The fairer sex has pre-scheduled record, which had for her a symbolic meaning. Irslinger decided that every hour spent at the keyboard of the organ, will be devoted to 1 year of her life.
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