Man stands on Swiss ball, slices 59 grapes to retake world record

A pair of Idaho men whose Guinness World Record for using a samurai sword to slice through grapes was defeated by another team retook their record with a total 59.

David Rush, who has broken more than 150 Guinness records to promote STEM education, stood on a Swiss ball and wielded the samurai sword while neighbor Jonathan Hannon threw the grapes into the air.

The pair originally set the record at 37, but they lost the record to another team that managed to reach 55.

Hannon threw 66 grapes in the one-minute time limit during their most recent attempt, and Rush managed to make contact with 60 of them — 59 of which counted toward the record.