This is seriously one of the most impressive things we've ever seen!
Everyone who has ever tried to do a back handspring knows that they're tough — even to do just one! That's why the world record for doing them consecutively was sitting at 36, which seems low if you have the momentum and distance!
That's NOT low, however, as we really want to stress again how HARD it is to do even one!
Well, Atlanta high school cheerleader Mikayla Clark has one beast of a spirit, as she has totally crushed that record with 44 hand springs!
Mikayla is just 16 years old, so she TOTALLY has time to prepare to crush it again if she wants to, and has been cheering since she was 4 years old!
What a cool thing to achieve at such a young age!! Check out her success (above)!
P.S. — Gordon Ramsay broke a world record recently! Check out his SUPER TINY CUPCAKE here!!
The 31-year-old athlete sure has been busy the last couple months from making press rounds and talking about his darker days to having a baby! However, it seems Phelps always had his eye on the prize as he just qualified for the Olympic games for his FIFTH time, making him the FIRST American male swimmer to do so!
The United States Olympic Team took to Twitter to share: