A Canadian teen broke two of his own Guinness World Records for stacking Jenga blocks and became the basis for a Hallmark Christmas movie.
Auldin Maxwell, 15, of British Columbia stacked a staggering 1,840 standard-sized Jenga pieces on a single block and also piled up 900 giant ones on a single block.
The gifted 15-year-old, who is on the autism spectrum, also became the basis for the Hallmark Christmas movie “A World Record Christmas,” which was released on Nov. 16.
“When I got my first record, I knew I had more in me. I kept running out of Jenga blocks, which motivated me to push myself further,” he told Guinness World Records.
“I kept buying Jenga boxes until I found the number where I needed to practice a little more.”
In November 2020, Maxwell first earned the title for most Jenga blocks stacked on one vertical Jenga block.
Four months later, he broke that record by stacking 1,400.
This year, he re-broke both those records by piling up a staggering 1,840.
Maxwell loves the creativity and challenge…
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