Not only did they set a brand-new world record but they also broke their own one.
Szeretlek Magyarország reported that Bálint Gergely Papp, Bence Máté Papp, Márk Popovics, and Dániel Szabó set high standards and expectations for themselves. They were not satisfied with their recently earned Guinness World Record and applied for an extremely dangerous act 10 metres above the stage of the Hungarian National Circus.
The unique folk dance band known for their extremely fast dancing decided to show their incredible speed up in the air. In this breathtaking video, you can see them spinning around extremely fast in the air, setting a new world record and also establishing a new dance form.
During the show, the boys clapped 1,713 times and spun around 192 times in one minute.
Bálint Gergely Papp reported that with these incredible acts, their aim was to make the treasures and culture of the Hungarian folk dance genre more popular not just in their home country but all across the world. They would also like to show their respect for the former iconic Hungarian folk dancers in history.
This year, this was the second significant act from Fricska after breaking their own record on September 29. They are the absolute record-holders in the category of the fastest folk dancers in the world.
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