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Roskopf breaks chain saw-juggling record

SLOVAK Milan Roskopf has broken one of the more unusual world records – that for simultaneously juggling two chainsaws and a one-kilogramme ball - the ČTK newswire reports. He achieved the feat at the Impossibility Challenge 2008 competition in Dachau, southern Germany.

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SLOVAK Milan Roskopf has broken one of the more unusual world records – that for simultaneously juggling two chainsaws and a one-kilogramme ball - the ČTK newswire reports. He achieved the feat at the Impossibility Challenge 2008 competition in Dachau, southern Germany.

Roskopf successfully tossed the chainsaws and the ball in the air thirty-five times. It is not reported what happened on the thirty-sixth toss.

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