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!!
Gordon Ramsay had a dream to be in the Guinness Book of World Records, but that hope was crushed under the weight of a 3,000 pound cupcake!
Such a bummer, but what a DELICIOUS bummer!
At the Grove in El Lay, Gordon and his troop of kids from MasterChef Junior wanted to make the world's largest cupcake, and they were going to do it, without practice, in front of the public! Unfortunately, that leaves room for errors — and the attempt ended when the monstrosity collapsed on itself!
Police attempted to revive him when his body was found, but before that fatal moment, he had been complaining of stomach issues for about two days. There were no obvious signs of injury when he was found, but a friend had allegedly commented that he was covered in vomit when he was found, leading some to believe he choked on his own vomit.
Police also report that no drugs were found at the scene of the death, but it had also been reported Ryan had been partying hard with friends the night before. He had also allegedly told one friend that he was taking "some pills."
Officials are now waiting on toxicology results to get further information.
We hope his friends and family get some closure with this sad passing.