Athletic YouTube stars Dude Perfect have returned – this time breaking even more record titles on Nickelodeon’s The Dude Perfect Show.
The Dudes - Tyler Toney, Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, and Cody Jones - gathered on the season’s latest episode to take a crack at a variety of record titles ranging from laundry hanging to basketball three-point shots.
The episode begins with Tyler Toney taking a look at Dude Perfect’s incredible wall of Guinness World Records certificates and selecting which records have been taken from the crew.
Determined to reclaim their former titles, the Dudes invite official adjudicator Alex Angert back to witness their new attempts.
Back at the Dude Perfect gym, the guys put their skills to the test and attempted the Most t-shirts hung on a washing line using pegs in one minute, Most pencils snapped in one minute, Most paper breakaway banners run through in 30 seconds, Fastest time to make five basketball three-point shots by a team, and the Most blindfolded bottle flips in one minute, one-handed.
Did the Dudes manage to relive record glory? Find out by watching the episode here. (USA only)
In the past, these five best friends have excelled in record breaking, specifically in epic sports titles.
In 2016, the group flew over to the Guinness World Records headquarters in London and took on their first ever soccer-trick attempt at Manchester City Football Club, which made them eager to conquer even more records.
However, the athletic stars wouldn’t be satisfied until they had tackled all major sports categories.
In February this year, Dude Perfect hauled in an impressive 14 American football records including Greatest height from which an American football is thrown into a target and Most one-handed American football catches in one minute, which beat NFL players Antonio Brown and Kirk Cousins' record.
After another successful bout of record-breaking on last night’s episode of the The Dude Perfect Show, the question remains: which sport will the Dudes take on next?
For now, you can check out the YouTube stars on the pages of the Guinness World Records 2018 book, which is now available worldwide.