February 2015

Rob McLeod broke his WFDF World Record for Throw, Run and Catch on ice skates (TRC) with a throw and catch at 82.3 metres (270 feet). He also broke his record for Self Caught Flight on ice skates (SCF) with a total of 139.17 (10.34 s MTA and 82.3 m TRC).

This record was broken on February 14 during the 25th Annual Silver Skate Festival at Hawrelak Park in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Rob has 13 total World Records including 6 Guinness World Records.

Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.

I’ve been training for my February 14, 2015 attempt of 3 Guinness World Records on Ice for Self Caught Flight with a Frisbee everyday at Bowness Lagoon in Calgary, Alberta. I see lots of kids and many of them will ask me what I’m doing but after watching a few throws, they go back to doing their own thing on the ice.

However, two weeks ago, I decided to have a little fun during my training session, so I put on the Yeti suit sent read more

Back in October, Davy Whippet and I attempted to break the WFDF World Record for Canine MTA and the Guinness World Record for Flying Disc – Time Aloft, dog. Although the names are slightly different, they are the same record.

On Sunday, October 12, we successfully broke the previous record with a throw and catch of 10.56 seconds. That time was measured from the point I released the disc to when Davy caught it. The previous record was 10.14 seconds.

We received official notice from WFDF that read more