Zach Warren

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Zach Warren (born 1981) is an American circus performer and development worker in Afghanistan.[1] He graduated from Earlham College in 2003 with a degree in Human Development and Social Relations, and then earned a Masters of Divinity in 2007 at Harvard Divinity School. [2] He is known for breaking world records in unicycling and juggling.[3][4] In 2005 and 2006, he broke the Guinness World Record for "fastest marathon while juggling," with a time of 2 hours and 52 minutes, but lost the record to Canadian Michal Kapral in 2007.[5] [6] The battle between Warren and Kapral is featured in a documentary film, "Breaking and Entering." [7] (see also joggling).

  1. ^ Harvard Gazette (August 12, 2005), "Juggling in Afghanistan"
  2. ^ https://www.earlham.edu/human-development-and-social-relations/alumni/
  3. ^ Book of Alternative Records (April, 2006) "Unicycling, One mile whilst juggling 3 balls" "
  4. ^ Book of Alternative Records (April, 2006) "Fastest mile on a unicycle""
  5. ^ Boston Globe (April 18, 2006) "Record setter Warren had a ball with this one"
  6. ^ Book of Alternative Records (2006) "Marathon Joggling"
  7. ^ New York Times "Review: Breaking and Entering (2009)"