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A man from Bristol has smashed a world record for the most bounces on a pogo stick
The number of bounces is 88,047, it took him 10 hours and 21 minutes.
25-year-old Jack Sexty is known as "Mr Pogo" because last year he pogoed the Greater Manchester Marathon, finishing in 16 hours and 24 minutes - another world record.
The new record happened last night, at the annual extreme pogo world championships in America.
Why is he doing this? His pogo exploits are all to raise money for Alzheimer's Research UK, in honour of a close relative living with dementia, and have so far raised over £1,000.
People can donate to this year's challenge here.
The charity says 850,000 people across the country are living with dementia, including more than 4,600 people in Bristol.
“I’ve watched as a close relative of mine has deteriorated as a result of dementia, and it’s no way to live out your final years. With research methods becoming more and more advanced, there is now a real possibility that my generation won’t have to fear dementia. But of course this research needs continual funding, so I want to raise as much money as I can for Alzheimer’s Research UK to help defeat this debilitating condition.”
Watch Jack bounce over the finish line of last year's Greater Manchester Marathon.
The first of two multi-million pound extensions to Bristol Airport has opened.
The 12 month programme has seen the departure lounge in the east terminal significantly enlarged.
The £8.6 million redevelopment has left it with a modern look and a more retail and catering brands have set up shop making it a much improved shopping experience.