a beautiful girl who lives in the loveliset little state in America her name is fantasia kumon ( remember to search her up) she is 35 years old and hula hooped for a 1 day and 4 hours, 23minutes and 45seconds
24 long hours. It's the longest i have ever seen and heard.
The longest time is 2 hours and 50mins that how much my little daughter completed.
74 hrs 52mins 37 secs
Hula hooping record for nine year old girl is 12 min.
Frankie Ferrara who hula hooped for 8 days straight.
Here are some verified world records for hula hooping:Aaron Hibbs holds the record for longest duration of hula hooping. He hula hooped for 74 hours and 54 minutes between October 22-25, 2009. Paul Blair holds the record for most hula hoops hooped at once (132). He set the record in November 2009.Ashrita Furman holds the record for the largest hoop twirled (13.88 meters/ 45.55 feet). The record for simultaneous hula hooping (minimum time: 2 minutes) is for 2,290 participants at Chung Cheng Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan on 28 October 2000.
These are the verified world records.Longest time spent hula-hooping: 72 hours, by Kym CoberlyMost hula hoops hooped at once: 132, by Paul BlairLargest hula hoop hooped: 15.7m, by Bao ZongyaoHula Running: For one mile, 7 hours and 47 minutes, by Paul BlairFastest Hula Hoop spinning: 211 (revolutions per minute), by Xia TaoThey dont say just for 11 year olds
Somewhere around 90 hours.
8 days so beat that!
Well, first of all, they are a great way to exercise your hips! Also, most people find them fun to play with. You can keep yourself entertained with them by trying to beat your longest time or have contests with other friends to see who can hula hoop for the longest amount of time.
11 hours and 45 mins by my sep sister zkacamuchi ford cc
I think its about an hour or 2 days . . . coo that reminds me my friend can hula hoop for 2 days and she just looks like shes bobbing up and down . . .how cool is that? Hope this helped From helping Hannah
35 mins and 23 seconds is a fair amount of time for a nine-year-old, but records are not kept for specific ages.
The longest continuous stay in space is 438 days, by Valeri Polyakov.