The German set a record, spinning a ball on a toothbrush
18-year-old athlete from Germany got into the Guinness Book of Records, after keeping revolving basketball on a normal toothbrush 26 seconds.
November 15, 2012 18-year-old Michael Kopp, who lives in Germany, was in the Guinness Book of Records as the first person to hold out 26 seconds spinning a basketball on a toothbrush placed in the mouth.
As later admitted himself an athlete, he had to make great efforts to achieve its goal, to which he went from an early age.
When Michael reached school age, his parents sent him to the basketball section. From the first days of exercise trainers boy surprised his abilities. As a teenager, Michael was the star of the school, taking part in all the events and showing off their skills in basketball freestyle.
on the idea to take part in setting the world record real friends of the athlete. Six months ago, a young man applied for and was among the 420 000 applicants on the world prestigious award.
Under the supervision of strict judges, as well as in front of dozens of spectators Michael 26 seconds kept spinning a basketball on a toothbrush, holding it in his mouth.