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World record holder for 62-inch-tall inverted somersault

Michigan: American young Trey Collins has claimed to have set a world record by taking a 62-inch high inversion, but the Guinness World Record has asked for time to accept this claim.

According to reports, Trey Collins, a 20-year-old resident of Hopkins, Michigan, last week claimed to have made a 62-inch (5-foot-2) high back flip, all the evidence, including the signatures of two witnesses there, Guinness. Sent to world record.

However, the management of Guinness World Records says it will take 12 weeks to confirm the claim.
Collins told local media that since graduating from high school last year, he has set his sights on setting a new world record for the ultimate jump, as he is considered to be the highest jumper at his school’s basketball court. ۔

The world record for the highest ultimate jump / ultimate somersault is 58 inches, which was set in 2014 by Olympic gymnast Tyson Edwards.

To break the record, Collins worked day and night for a year, filming each of his efforts from five different angles, in order to meet the Guinness World Records.

Collins wanted Guinness World Records representatives to come and see for themselves, but he replied that if he wanted to, he would have to pay out-of-pocket for the company’s travel and hotel accommodation.

“I couldn’t afford it, so I decided to follow their guidelines for video recording,” Collins told a local reporter.

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In his last attempt, he managed to cross the 62-inch-high vertical bar (bar) by making an inverted jump, without touching it, while the whole scene was filmed from five different angles according to Guinness World Records requirements.

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