A few incredible & bizarre world records were set in 2015 (18 Photos)

Lucas Etter, a teenager from Maryland, set a world record by completing a random Rubik’s Cube in 4.904 seconds.

The world’s shortest cat is Lilieput, a nine-year-old female munchkin cat, who measured 5.25 inches from the floor to the shoulders on July 19, 2013. She is owned by Christel Young of Napa, California.

Denmark’s Karsten Maas has taken his love of the game of golf to the extreme with his longest ‘usable’ club. Measuring 14 feet, 5 inches long, the colossal club can drive a ball 542 feet, 10.16 inches.

Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya holds the record for the most lit candles held in his mouth. He fit 15 in total and kept them in there for a minimum of 30 seconds.

A Yokohama, Japan shopping mall hosted the world’s largest baby crawling competition, where a total of 601 babies crawled for baby supremacy.

Xingzhe No.1, a quadruped robot, was created by a team from the College of Automation of Chongqing University. It ran non-stop for 54 hours to earn the record of longest distance (83.28 miles) covered by a quadruped robot.

Dutch cycling organization Mijl Van Mares Werkploeg constructed the largest bike the world has ever seen, measuring in at 117 feet, 5 inches.

Ricardo “Per Canguru” de Souza Amaral, from Brazil, rode a coconut wheelie for a distance of 108.3 feet.

Manikyam, from Kerala, India, is the world’s shortest cow. She is only 24.07 inches high.

Linsey Lindberg, aka Mama Lou, set a world record by crushing eight apples with her bicep. Once an accountant, she now blows up and pops hot water bottles and rips telephone directories in half.

Kenichi Ito of Japan ran the fastest 100 meter dash on all fours. He reclaimed his record after it was broken in 2014. Ito covered 100 meters in 15.71 seconds. His parents must be proud.

Zeus McClurkin of the Harlem Globetrotters holds the title of most slam dunks in under a minute. He was able to dunk the ball 15 times.

Canadian strongman Greg Austin Doucette completed a sumo dead lift of 9130 kilograms, which is roughly 20,128 pounds.

Singapore’s Yeo Kim Yeong trained four times a week for 6 months to set his record of most pull-ups in a minute. He did 43.

The longest jump by a cat is six feet. The feat was achieved by Alley, owned by Samantha Martin of Austin, Texas.

Otto, a 3-year-old bulldog from Peru, set a record by traveling through the world’s largest human leg tunnel. The tunnel consisted of 30 people.

Stunt driver Alastair Moffatt set the record of the tightest reverse parallel park. Starting in reverse, he “performed a dramatic J-turn, then a handbrake turn” before sliding into the narrow spot, leaving just 34 combined centimeters between his Mini Cooper and the cars parked in front of and behind him.

As of April, Kurt J. Mac journeyed over 2,097,152 blocks, which is the equivalent of 2097.15 kilometers (1303.1 miles). This is 16.78 percent of the way to the edge of the game’s map.

George Kirby and Doreen Luckie became the world’s oldest newlyweds. George was born June 13, 1912, and Doreen Kirby was born September 6, 1923. This makes their combined age on the day of their wedding (June 15, 2015) 194 years and 280 days. Via MentalFloss