Man Breaks RECORD for Longest Table Tennis Serve

Man Breaks RECORD for Longest Table Tennis Serve

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A man from New York, United States successfully set a record for the longest table tennis serve.

According to news agency United Press International, the Guinness World Records already confirmed it.

Eric Finkelstein decided to take on the world record at the Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville.

Finkelstein eventually made a total of three attempts, surpassing the previous record of 14 feet, 9 inches each time.

His final attempt totaled 51 feet, 1 inch, successfully breaking a new world record.

“I feel euphoric and relieved,” Finkelstein told reporters in a recent media interview.

Meanwhile, a man has broken a Guinness World Record for dribbling a basketball for a mile in 4 minutes and 33.73 seconds.

According to new reports, Dylan Sorensen is a track coach at the University of North Carolina.

Sorensen initially set the record in May, when he ran a mile in 4 minutes and 37 seconds while dribbling a basketball.

He topped the record again, with a time of 4 minutes and 33.73 seconds, narrowly beating the current record.

The record attempt also raised money for the FORevHer Tar Heels program, a nonprofit supporting female student athletes.

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