The world's Longest Frisbee throw


THE WORLD'S LONGEST
THROW OF AN OBJECT

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

How long was the world's longest throw?

Just over 1/4 mile (1,320 feet).

On July 14 2003, Californian, Erin Hemmings tossed a Aerobie Pro Ring at Fort Funston, San Francisco hoping to win the $1,000.00 prize for breaking the record of 1,257 feet set by Scott Zimmerman in 1986.

Erin Hemmings became a $1,000.00 richer and the new holder of the world's longest thrown object record after his disc covered 1,333 feet, breaking the 1/4 mile barrier.

His throw stayed aloft for more than 30 seconds.

The Aerobie is a Frisbee type toy, but it is a ring rather then a disc and is made of soft rubber as opposed to hard plastic.

The world's Longest Frisbee throw
Aerobie Pro Ring

The world's Longest Frisbee throw

The world's Longest Frisbee throw

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