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
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.
Aerobie Pro Ring
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