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Man Breaks World Record For Moving Water With His Hands (For Real)

An Idaho man is making a splash with his new Guinness World Record.

David Rush is now a world recorder holder for using his hands to move more than 114 fluid ounces of water between two containers.

Who knew the world needed a record like this, right?

The goal to beat was 87.9 fluid ounces, which was set in 2019.

Rush smashed that record by moving 114.1 ounces of water in the 30-second time limit.

Rush is no stranger to breaking records; He currently has more than 200 Guinness records all of which he did to promote science education.

What’s a rare or unique talent you like to brag about?

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