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The Record Breaker

Ashrita Furman holds the official record for the most Guinness World Records by one individual including marks for “Largest Hula Hoop,” “Most Apples Sliced in Mid-Air with a Samurai Sword,” and “Longest Distance Bicycling Underwater.” A health food store owner and devotee of meditation, Furman travels the world creating new categories for record achievement. In The Record Breaker we meet Furman, a singularly driven character, and his merry band of compatriots (including Champ the dog) as he’s about to attempt to climb Machu Picchu on stilts. Written by Plus Pictures. Through his determination to never give up and pure joy and optimism this quirky character inspires us to all take risks and have fun with them.

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