Paddy Doyle takes calendar year world record tally to 20


Paddy Doyle broke 2 more world records at Staminas gym on Holly Lane in Erdington last night to bring his calendar year challenge tally to 20 world records. The latest tally of 20 also includes confirmation of a backdated world record which came through in the new year for the most competitive rounds (6419) of Kumite Boxing Karate fought in inter-club competition since February 1993 (up to and including 22nd October 2010).

In last night’s challenges Paddy blasted out 26 one arm push ups in one minute carrying a 40 lb back pack, using only his right arm, before following this up with 31 squat thrusts in one minute, again carrying a 40 lb back pack. The squat thrusts challenge required Paddy to pass his feet across and outside of parallel lines half his body height in distance apart.

The documented Kumite Boxing Karate rounds fought during 2010 totalled 24 between 26 January and 22nd October 2010, and were held at inter club and National level under the supervision of appointed officials and the World United Martial Arts Association (WUMA). The world record ratification which had originally been intended to be measured through to the year end was backdated to October after the short notice cancellation of further competitive fixtures scheduled for December. The World Record is recognised by Registry of World Record Holders www.recordholdersrepublic.co.uk


Paddy Doyle’s career total for fitness, strength, endurance, martial arts and boxing records to date is now 198, of which 125 are still current today. Paddy has gathered 20 strength speed stamina records in his calendar year challenge since 31st July 2010 in his bid to beat Paul Woodlands Ultimate World Record Title of 29.

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