With the launch of the newest edition of Guinness World Records, comes my opportunity to be involved with some amazing and fascinating record attempts that will be made by Canadians over the next few months. The kick-off being Kevin Fast's attempt to pull a house 5+ metres in Coburg, Ontario, this Saturday morning. It's going to be Incredible! Check back next week for images of the event. One man. One rope. One HOUSE.
Reverend Kevin Fast claimed his first Guinness World Record in 1998, and his most recent record was awarded at CFB Trenton last year when he successfully achieved The Heaviest Aircraft Pulled by an Individual.
This year, Kevin is leaving behind vehicles and planes and he is attempting The Heaviest House Pulled by an Individual. In conjunction with Habitat for Humanity Northumberland, Kevin will attempt this record in Cobourg, ON alongside numerous events to raise money for the organization, such as hot air balloon rides, live music, and crafts for kids with Home Depot.
Who: Reverend Kevin Fast of Cobourg, ON
What: Attempting a Guinness World Record for the Heaviest House Pulled by an Individual
When: Saturday, September 18th at 10:00 am
Where: Victoria Park, Cobourg ON (the pull will be attempted along Queen St)