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One man attempts 12 Guinness World Records in 12 hours

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Former England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff dangles from a rope as he attempts to break the world record for the highest reverse bungee jump in North London on Monday. Flintoff was attempting to set twelve Guinness World Records in 12 hours to raise money for the Sport Relief charity.

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Former England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (R) sits in a bath-tub sidecar with British inventor Edd China (L) at the controls as they try to break the fastest toilet world record at Wembley Stadium in London.

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Former England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff runs inside a zorb as he attempts to break the fastest 100m zorbing world record in North London.

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Former England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (R) with friend and England cricketer Steve Harmison (L) attempt to break the fastest 100m in a pedalo record on Hyde Park boating lake in London.

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Former England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff drives outside Wembley football stadium as he attempts to break the world record for the fastest 3-point turn in a car in London.

According to the Mirror, among the records Flintoff failed to reach was eating a muffin in 35 seconds:

So far the sporting pro has achieved three official Guinness World Records: Fastest time to drink a hot chocolate (5.45 seconds), fastest 100 metres on a pedalo (with Steve Harmison) in 1 minute 58.62 seconds and most Facebook likes in one hour at 52,719! But it hasn’t come easy...

Since kicking off his epic 12 hour record-breaking challenge at Wembley Stadium, Freddie has attempted to complete numerous challenges – a 100ft reverse bungy, a three point turn in under 15 seconds, reaching 43mph in the world’s fastest toilet, eating a muffin in 35 seconds, wrapping somebody in newspaper in 3 minutes 7 seconds and zorbing 100 metres in 30 seconds – but they have all proved just a little too much for the sport star and he has missed each one by just a matter of seconds.