Man Attempts 'Joggling' World Record
HOUSTON, (UPI) — A University of Florida student said he will attempt the “joggling” world record by running a mile while juggling five objects in Houston.
Matthew Feldman, an engineering student, said he plans to attempt the Guinness World Record at the Rice University track at 7 p.m. Friday, WKMG-TV, Orlando, Fla., reported Tuesday.
Feldman said he is targeting the record of 7 minutes, 41 seconds for “joggling” — jogging and juggling simultaneously — a mile set by Bill Gillen.
Feldman said his record attempt will also raise money and awareness for victims of last year’s tsunami in Japan.
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