Bree Kirk-Burnnand
Bree Kirk-Burnnand

181 hoops of joy as Bree spins into Guinness record

AN AUSSIE fitness fanatic has hula hooped her way into the Guinness World Records by spinning 181 of the plastic loops at once.

West Australian Bree Kirk-Burnnand and two other Australians broke records during Thursday's Guinness World Record Day celebrations.

The nation's highest record-holder Anthony 'Arrow Catcher' Kelly busted his own record for fastest tennis ball caught. Kelly caught the ball travelling at 192.9kmh.

Martial arts expert Summerly Coxon broke the record for the most wooden boards broken in one minute by a female when she smashed 215 short planks.

It's done 181!!!! @breekirkburnnand just broke the world record. Thanks to @bupaaustralia for their support!!!

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