The Most Difficult Title in The Guinness World Record

It’s difficult to identify the “most difficult” title in the Guinness World Records, as the difficulty of achieving a record can vary depending on a wide range of factors, including the specific record in question, the skill level and dedication of the individual attempting it, and any external factors that may impact the attempt.

That being said, some of the records that are widely considered to be among the most difficult to achieve include:

  1. Longest time breath held voluntarily (male) – The current record is held by Aleix Segura Vendrell from Spain, who held his breath for 24 minutes and 3 seconds on February 28, 2016.
  2. Most consecutive backflips on a pogo stick – The current record is held by Dmitry Arsenyev from Russia, who completed 15 consecutive backflips on a pogo stick in 2017.
  3. Fastest time to solve a Rubik’s Cube blindfolded – The current record is held by Max Hilliard from the United States, who solved a Rubik’s Cube blindfolded in just 16.22 seconds on May 15, 2021.
  4. Most consecutive one-handed backflips – The current record is held by Ashrita Furman from the United States, who completed 34 consecutive one-handed backflips in 2016.
  5. Most arrows caught by hand in one minute – The current record is held by Silvana Shamuon from Germany, who caught 13 arrows fired at her in one minute on October 17, 2019.

These records are just a few examples of the many difficult and impressive achievements recognized by the Guinness World Records.

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