18+ Male

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.

Lightweight

Current:

  1. Seth Britton – 14 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 7, 2014.
  2. John Smith – 14 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 7, 2014.
  3. Seth Britton – 14 boards – Abilene, TX (USBA Wild Wild West Breaking Championships) - April 19-20, 2013.
  4. Tony Melo – 14 boards – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 5, 2010.

Previous:

  1. Todd Hutchinson – 13 boards – New York, NY (Twin Towers Classic)- September 6, 2008.
  2. Justin Miklavzina – 12 boards – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.
  3. Wesley LeWallen – 12 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival)- March 1, 2008.
  4. Andrew Bleier – 12 Boards – Columbus, OH (The Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2005.

Heavyweight

Current:

Michael Reho – 16 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) -March 7, 2009.

Previous:

  1. John Zurisk – 15 Boards – Hamden, CT (USBA Nutmeg State Nationals Breaking Championships) - July 6, 2007.
  2. Michael Reho – 15 Boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 6, 2007.

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

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

Current:

Wayne Hinkle – 53 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 3, 2009.

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

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 5 station max, 8X8X16″ Max Station Size, No Spacers, 10 seconds.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:

John Zurisk – 64 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 5,2011.

Previous:

  1. Wesley LeWallen – 53 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 1, 2008.

Most Concrete Patio Blocks Broken by Elbow

Description : 2″x8″x16″ cement patio slabs (cap blocks), 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

  1. Mike Reho – 17 blocks – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.
  2. Vincent Milo – 17 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.

Previous:

  1. Colin Thompson – 16 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Champ.) - July 3, 2004.
  2. Drew Serrano – 16 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Champ.) - July 3, 2004.

Lightweight

Current:

Raphael Velez – 16 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.

Previous:

  1. Peter DeMarco – 15 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2006.

Most Concrete Patio Blocks Broken by Foot

Description : 2″x8″x16″ cement patio slabs (cap blocks), 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

Belo Rangel – 15 blocks – Abilene, Texas (Wild Wild West Karate Championships)- April 27, 2012.

Previous:

  1. John Zurisk – 14 blocks – Sugar Land, TX, (USBA TKO Breaking Championships) - Nov. 12, 2011.
  2. Ronald Sullivan – 14 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 10, 2010.
  3. Ronald Sullivan – 13 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.
  4. Gary Reho – 12 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2006.
  5. Ronald Sullivan – 12 blocks – Columbus, OH (The Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2005.

Lightweight

Current:

Gary Reho – 14 blocks – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.

Previous:

  1. Gary Reho – 11 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.
  2. Jonathan Hardwicke – 12 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.
  3. Doug Job – 10 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - June 30, 2006.

Most Concrete Patio Blocks Broken by Hand

Description : 2″x8″x16″ cement patio slabs (cap blocks), 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

Ronald Sullivan – 11 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 3, 2009.

Previous:

  1. John Doyle – 10 blocks – Fairfield, CT (North American Breaking Championships) - June 6, 2009.
  2. Robert Raniolo – 10 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships)- August 3, 2008.
  3. Larry Fields – 10 blocks – Uncasville, CT (New England Regional Breaking Championships) - August 3, 2008.
  4. John Doyle – 8 blocks – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) -March 1, 2008.
  5. Zachary Tepe – 8 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2006.
  6. Gary Reho – 8 blocks – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2006.
  7. Larry Fields – 8 blocks – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2005.

Lightweight

Current:

Fernando Camereno – 8 blocks – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 4, 2006.

Previous:

High Jump Board Break

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

Current:

Mitt Lenix – 9 feet 4 inches – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2006.

Previous:

Long Jump Board Break

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

Current:

Kenneth Yates – 14 feet 5 inches – Atlantic City, NJ (The Atlantic City Grand Internationals) - February 18, 2006.

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Most 1" Boards Broken By Elbow- Double

Heavyweight

Current:

Paul Hickey – 21 boards – Chicopee, MA (Massachusetts State Breaking Championships) - February 18th, 2017.

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Lightweight

Current:

Tom Collins – 16 boards – Chicopee, MA (Massachusetts State Breaking Championships) - February 18th, 2017.

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Most 1" Boards Broken By Elbow- Non-Spaced

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, no spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

  1. Paul Hickey – 10 boards – National Harbor, MD (Capital Classics)- August 6, 2011.
  2. Henry Eggelton – 10 boards – Wilkes-Barre, PA (GMA Open Breaking Championships) - April 30, 2011.

Previous:

  1. John Zurisk – 9 Boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - May 15, 2010.
  2. Paul Hickey – 8 boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) -May 15, 2010.
  3. John Zurisk – 7 Boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - April 18, 2009.

Lightweight

Current:

Seth Britton – 10 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships)- October 6, 2012.

Previous:

  1. Seth Britton – 9 Boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - April 18, 2009.

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.

Heavyweight

Current:

  1. John Zurisk – 19 boards – Blakely, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) March 21st, 2015.
  2. John Zurisk – 19 boards – Wilkes-Barre, PA (GMA Open Breaking Championships) - April 30, 2011.
  3. John Zurisk – 19 boards – Battle Creek, MI (8th Triennial HapKiDo World Championships) - August 7, 2010.

Previous:

  1. John Zurisk – 18 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2010.
  2. John Zurisk – 17 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open Martial Arts World Champ.)- July 3, 2009.
  3. John Zurisk – 16 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 7, 2009.
  4. John Zurisk – 14 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open Martial Arts World Champ.)- July 4, 2008.
  5. John Zurisk – 13 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival)- March 1, 2008.

Lightweight

Current:

  1. Il Shin – 17 boards – Glastonbury, CT (Hall of Fame) November 8th, 2015.
  2. Nicklaus Palmer – 17 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open) July 3-4, 2015.
  3. Nicklaus Palmer – 17 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open) July 3-4, 2015.

Previous:

  1. John Smith – 16 boards – Albany, NY (USBA Northeastern Regional Breaking Championships) - August 16th, 2014.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 16 boards – Blakely, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - May 5, 2012.
  3. Joseph Stewart – 14 boards – Atlantic City, NJ (MMA and Sports Expo) - October 22, 2011.
  4. Seth Britton – 14 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 7, 2009.
  5. Joshua Sullivan – 13 boards – New York, NY (Twin Towers Classic)- September 6, 2008.
  6. Wesley LeWallen – 12 boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival)- March 1, 2008.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Foot- Non-Spaced- Stomp

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, no spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

John Zurisk – 12 Boards – Wilkes-Barre, PA (GMA Open Breaking Championships) - April 30, 2011*.

Previous:

  1. Michael Cusack – 11 boards – Orlando, FL (USBA Florida Fall Regional Breaking Championships) - October 18, 2014.
  2. Paul Hickey – 11 boards – Atlantic City, NJ (MMA and Sports Expo)- October 22, 2011.
  3. Paul Hickey – 10 boards – National Harbor, MD (Capital Classics) - August 6, 2011.
  4. Josh Blair – 8 Boards – Brooklyn, NY (USBA KDJR Breaking Championships) - May 22, 2011.

Lightweight

Current:

Michael Cusack – 11 boards – Orlando,FL (USBA Florida Regional Breaking Championships) - May 31, 2014.

Previous:

  1. Ken Goodrich – 10 boards – Blakely, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - March 8, 2014.
  2. Benjamin Fields – 9 boards – Fairfield, CT (USBA/WBA and ISKA North American Breaking Championships) - June 8, 2013.
  3. Benjamin Fields – 9 boards – Blakely, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - May 11, 2013.
  4. Benjamin Fields – 8 boards – Fairfield, CT (USBA/WBA and ISKA North American Breaking Championships)- June 9, 2012.

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.

Heavyweight

Current:

Jonathan Schnepp – 18 boards – Wallingford, CT (Hall of Fame) -November 6th, 2016.

Previous:

  1. Jonathan Schnepp – 17 boards – Port Hope, Ontario (WBA Ontario Breaking Championships) - May 7th, 2016.
  2. Jon Nepsha – 17 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships) - September 5, 2015.
  3. Michael Mannino – 16 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships) - September 14, 2013.
  4. Sean Beaty – 15 boards – Abilene, TX (USBA Wild Wild West Breaking Championships) - April 19-20, 2013.
  5. John Zurisk – 13 boards – Hamden, CT (USBA Nutmeg State Nationals Breaking Championships)- October 21, 2012.
  6. Paul Hickey – 12 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships)- October 6, 2012.
  7. Josh Dommer – 12 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships)- October 6, 2012.
  8. James Mashburn – 12 boards – Duncanville, Texas (USBA Texas Karate Heatwave Breaking Championships)-February 25, 2012 (*).
  9. Paul Hickey – 11 boards – National Harbor, MD (Capital Classics) - August 3-4,2012.
  10. Joel Scism – 11 boards – Brooklyn, NY (USBA KDJR Invitational Breaking Championships)- May 20, 2012.
  11. Don Chandler – 11 boards – Duncanville, Texas (USBA Texas Karate Heatwave Breaking Championships)- February 25, 2012.
  12. Paul Hickey – 11 boards – Atlantic City, NJ (MMA and Sports Expo) - October 22, 2011.
  13. Paul Hickey – 10 boards – National Harbor, MD (Capital Classics) - August 6, 2011.

Lightweight

Current:

Troy Daniels – 17 boards – Galveston, TX (TKO State Championships) -November 9, 2013.

Previous:

  1. Kenneth Goodrich – 15 boards – Norwich/Montville, CT (USBA/WBA Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - October 26-27, 2013(*).
  2. James Trinka – 15 boards – Hamden, CT (USBA Nutmeg State Nationals Breaking Championships)- October 21, 2012.
  3. Joseph Stewart – 14 boards – Atlantic City, NJ (MMA and Sports Expo) - October 22, 2011.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Foot- Using Machine

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, No Spacers, Boards held in machine.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

Sean Anderson – 12 boards – Fairfield, CT (USBA/WBA and ISKA North American Breaking Championships)- June 7, 2014.

Previous:

  1. John Zurisk – 9 Boards – Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2010.
  2. Joey Barbera – 9 Boards – New York, NY (Twin Towers Classic)- September 6, 2008.
  3. Clinton Murphy – 8 boards – Atlantic City, NJ (Atlantic City Grand Internationals) - February 18, 2006.

Lightweight

Current:

Sean Anderson – 11 boards – Fairfield, CT (USBA/WBA and ISKA North American Breaking Championships) - June 8, 2013.

Previous:

  1. Peter Van Deusen – 10 boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 4, 2008.
  2. Fernando Camerano – 9 Boards – Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - June 30, 2006.

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.

Heavyweight

Current:

Paul Hickey – 21 boards – Michigan City, IN (North Central Regionals) -September 10th, 2016.

Previous:

  1. Paul Hickey – 20 boards – Port Hope, Ontario (WBA Ontario Breaking Championships) - May 7th, 2016.
  2. John Zurisk – 20 boards – Scott Township, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - March 5, 2016.

Lightweight

Current:

Todd Smelt – 22 boards – Scott Township, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) – March 18, 2017.

Previous:

  1. Todd Smelt – 18 boards – Port Hope, Ontario (WBA Ontario Breaking Championships) - May 7th, 2016.
  2. Todd Smelt – 14 boards – Scott Township, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - March 5, 2016.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Hand- Non-Spaced

Description : 1″X10″X12″, 1 station, 1 strike, no spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Heavyweight

Current:

  1. Paul Hickey – 8 boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships)- October 6, 2012.
  2. Joseph Stewart – 8 boards – Blakely, PA (Keystone State Breaking Championships) - May 5, 2012.
  3. John Zurisk – 8 boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - May 15, 2010.

Previous:

  1. Marc Ostrowski – 4 Boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - April 18, 2009.

Lightweight

Current:

Seth Britton – 9 Boards – Michigan City, IN (Indiana Regional Breaking Championships)- October 6, 2012

Previous:

  1. Seth Britton – 8 boards – National Harbor, MD (Capital Classics)- August 6, 2011.
  2. James Reandeau – 7 Boards – Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - April 18, 2009.