Longest Paper Football Field Goal: Kelley Parker sets world record (VIDEO) WACO, TX, USA -- Kelley Parker hit a paper football field goal from 23 feet (276 inches) away at Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M University campus
- setting the new world record for the Longest Paper Football Field Goal,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/.
The Guinness world record for the longest time heading a football without it dropping is 8 hr 32 min 3 sec by Tomas Lundman (Sweden) at the Gångsatrahallen, Lidingo, Sweden.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the longest marathon controlling a football: 26 hours, achieved by Dan Magness (UK) during an event organized by Muse Production Limited at Olympian City, Hong Kong.
"The field goal I created has a cross bar height of 6.5 inches and a goal post width of 4.5 inches," Kelley said.
The rules for this world record are:
- participant must flick football with finger
- paper football must be in classic triangle shape
- football must be made from 8.5" x 11" piece of paper
- tape measure must be laid out on floor
- field goal must be at same level as kicker
- must kicked football through posts made by holding thumb and forefinger of hands at 90-degree angle and touching thumbs or forefingers together to resemble goal posts.