13-17 Junior Male

High Jump

Description : 1/2″X10″X12″, Short run and jump.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

Brady Clarke – 99" total height (26" above head) – Fairfield, CT (North American) June 6th, 2015.

Previous:

  1. Joseph Stewart – 92" total height (25" above head) – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 5, 2011.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 90.5" total height (23.25" above head) – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2010.
  3. Joseph Stewart – 19" above head – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Elbow - Double

Current:

Kristjan Bruno – 12 boards – Chicopee, MA (Massachusetts State Breaking Championships) - February 18th, 2017.

Previous:

Most 1" Boards Broken By Elbow - Spaced

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

Nicklaus Palmer – 15 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships) - September 14, 2013.

Previous:

  1. Zach Dunbar – 14 Boards – Halfmoon, NY (Capital District Open) - April 28, 2013.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 14 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 5, 2011.
  3. Chase Turnbow – 14 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 10, 2010.
  4. Joseph Stewart – 14 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2010.
  5. Richard Rangel, Jr. – 14 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) -March 6, 2010.
  6. Richard Rangel, Jr. – 13 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) -March 7, 2009.
  7. Joshua Sullivan – 13 boards – New York, NY (Twin Towers Classic)- September 6, 2008.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Foot – Spaced - Stomp

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

Brady Clarke – 16 boards – Norwich, CT (Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - November 8-9, 2014.

Previous:

  1. Tate Shelton – 15 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 10, 2010.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 14 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 5, 2010.
  3. Andrew Aleman – 14 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open Martial Arts World Champ.) -July 3, 2009.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Hand - Double

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

Connor Cognac – 12 boards – Scott Township, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) – March 18, 2017.

Previous:

  1. Alex Oliver – 12 boards – Hamden, CT (Nutmeg State Nationals) - October 1st, 2016.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Hand - Spaced

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

  1. Nathan LeBlanc – 13 boards – Chicopee, MA (Massachusetts State Breaking Championships) - February 18th, 2017.
  2. Alec Jones – 13 boards – Wallingford, CT (North American) June 4th, 2016.
  3. Allen Murray – 13 boards – Michigan City,IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships) September 27th, 2014.
  4. Nicklaus Palmer – 13 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships) - September 14, 2013.

Previous:

  1. Zachary Dunbar – 12 boards – Albany, NY (NE Regional Breaking Championship) July 13-14, 2012.
  2. Allen R. Murray – 11 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships)- July 13-14, 2012.
  3. Joseph Stewart – 11 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.
  4. Ryan Cavanaugh – 11 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.
  5. Joseph Stewart – 10 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 7, 2009.
  6. Ryan Cavanaugh – 10 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) -March 7, 2009.

Most 1" Boards Broken In 10 Seconds, Speed Board Breaking

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 5 station max, No Spacers, 10 seconds.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

Brady Clarke – 45 boards – Norwich, CT (Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - November 8-9, 2014.

Previous:

  1. Drake Fields – 43 boards – Galveston, TX (TKO State Championships) - November 9, 2013.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 39 boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - April 18, 2009.