Cricket star Freddie Flintoff managed to notch up an incredible 14 Guinness World Records during his epic 12-hour challenge for the charity Sports Relief yesterday.

The former England captain had been aiming to set 12 records within 12 hours, but managed to go two better.

The marathon kicked off at 7.45am on Monday morning at Wembley Stadium in London with a failed attempt at breaking TV star David Hasselhoff's highest reverse bungee jump record, and ended in celebratory style 12 hours later at BBC's Television Centre, with a successful stab at the record for the most people popping party poppers.

Over the course of the day Freddie bagged the following impressive haul of Guinness World Records titles:

:: Most party poppers popped in one minute (52)

:: Fastest time to drink a hot chocolate (5.45 seconds)

:: Most Facebook likes in one hour (52,719)

:: Fastest 100 metres on a pedalo (1 minute 58.62 seconds), with fellow cricketer Steve Harmison

:: Most kisses in 30 seconds (40), a record he broke live on air in the sudio for ITV show Loose Women

:: Most peas eaten with a cocktail stick in 30 seconds (38)

:: Most people popping party poppers together (420)

:: Fastest time to high-five 20 people blindfolded (6.53 seconds)

:: Most cricket deliveries faced in one minute (19), helped by fellow sport star Gary Lineker and Harry Judd from pop band McFly

:: Fastest three-point turn in a car (14.01 seconds), after failing his first attempt by two seconds earlier in the day

:: Fastest 100 metres zorbing (26.59 seconds)

:: Most hot dogs made in one minute (9)

:: Longest distance to throw a bullseye in darts (5.05 metres)

:: Most lemons caught while blindfolded in one minute (20), again with Harmison

The BT Sport Relief Challenge: Flintoff's Record Breakers was the third in a series of celebrity challenges sponsored by BT for Sport Relief 2012.

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More highlights from Freddie's challenge will be shown on the Sport Relief night on BBC One and BBC One HD in the UK on Friday 23rd March.