Usain Bolt’s record was broken. How this man entered the Guinness World Records with a jetpack21 September 2021
Stuntman and British jetpack pilot Richard Browning broke the hundred-meter record of the famous American sportsman Usain Bolt, while wearing his famous “Iron Man” jumpsuit, according to Guinness World Records.
However, Bolt can be sure that his title is still safe. Browning’s new record includes the obvious statement: “The fastest one hundred meters in a body-controlled jet suit.”
The suit’s thousand-horsepower engine allowed Browning to take off and cover a 100-meter runway in just 7.69 seconds, nearly two seconds less than the world record for 9.58 seconds of Bolt, set in 2009. But with a jetpack.
The moment comes after in 2019, Browning set a new world record for the fastest speed in a controlled jet engine suit at a speed of 136 kilometers per hour.
“I have to say, all respect for Usain Bolt,” Browning said after the 100-meter race. Ã¢ â¬ ÅI can only imagine what it’s like to run at such speed. It is amazing”.
Browning also did the obstacle course, the 400-meter sprint and the pole vault. None of these tests are a problem for a jetpack.
“Obviously, I don’t do it the way it does in the Olympics, but it’s a pretty good demonstration of what you can do with a little bit of technology and the human body,” Browning said. after receiving certificates from Guinness World Records for the three tests he performed with his jetpack.
Great North Air Ambulance Service, a UK-registered charity dedicated to providing emergency helicopter services, is testing a jetpack manufactured by Gravity Industries to allow paramedics to one day fly over a mountain to provide first aid.