The record for highest blown flame was broken by fire-breather Antonio Restivo, who made an incredible fireball that flew higher than 26 feet.
Restivo, who is currently a headliner in the Tournament of Kings show at the Excalibur hotel in Las Vegas, N.V., invited a Guinness World Records judge to witness his record-breaking flame on Jan. 11 at. To measure the fire's summit, a paper with height markers was taped to the wall, reaching up to the ceiling.
After two attempts, the fire-breather unleashed a fireball that touched the ceiling 26 feet and 5 inches (8.05 meters) above, breaking the previous record of 23 ft 7 in (7.20 m).
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