Heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 feet-world
record set by Kevin Fast
NEW YORK, NY, USA -- Canadian Dr. Reverend Kevin
Fast hauled a load of 126,292 (57,285 kg) lbs over 137
feet (42 meters)-setting the world record for the Heaviest
vehicle pulled over 100 feet.
Photo: The record was set on "Live's
Guinness World Record Breaker Week", an annual feature
on the American talk show program Live with Regis and Kelly.
Between pants, the Cobourg, Ontario resident told
Regis Philbin and Ripa
that he was "a little worried" during the pull.
But the first thing he said after the attempt
was "I feel great!" Paramedics were standing by, and quickly
inspected him after the attempt.
Photo: The previous record for this category,
also set by Fast, was 125,660 lbs (57,000 kg).
Fast's only food in preparation for the event
was a cup of coffee. He pulled on a rope, anchored by a parked
special thanks to INTERNATIONAL
LONESTAR for providing the truck!
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