The 100th episode of CBBC's Officially Amazing is being aired TOMORROW! (3 August).
That’s right – there has been 99 episodes of Officially Amazing, spreading over seven series.
Following record breaking around the world (often with the help of Mr Cherry, Sizzlin' Steve, and US Ray, our Officially Amazing supercut video below takes a look at 17 epic records from over the years.
Watch the video below and pick your favourite record!
Over the years, there have been hundreds of cool records on Officially Amazing, that include things such as chainsaw juggling, domino toppling, and backflipping – with a water jet pack!
But where are the records now? Are they still held by the same people? Let’s find out!
Below we explore some of the incredible achievements from the super cut – and find out what's happened to them since they were broken on Officially Amazing.
Most jelly eaten with chopsticks in one minute
Cherry amazing! This record was broken during series three in 2014 by Mr. Cherry.
He managed to gulp down 663 grams (1 lb 6 oz) of jelly.
However, this record has since been broken twice – by two of our most accomplished record breakers.
Ashrita Furman was the first to break Mr. Cherry’s record, scoffing a total of 679 grams (1 lb 7.95 oz) of jelly.
Ashrita has broken over 600 records in his lifetime, and currently holds more than 200 – WOW!
However, Ashrita’s record has since been broken by André Ortolf, who managed to eat almost two pounds of the wobbly stuff - 716 g (1 lb 95 oz) to be exact.
André holds many other records and a lot include eating loads of food such as Marmite, mustard and mashed potato!
Most scorpion kicks in one minute
Series four saw a great record attempt from Chloe Bruce (UK), a martial artist and athlete.
Chloe works as a stunt double on many films, performing the fight scenes and dangerous stunts for the actors.
She was a stunt double for Rey (Daisy Ridley) in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as well as working on other smash hits such as Guardians of the Galaxy.
Chloe’s record attempt was for Most scorpion kicks in one minute, and she managed 39 kicks, a record which remains unbeaten.
What’s a scorpion kick? A scorpion kick is a tricky martial art move that you must be very flexible to be able to do. You must bring your leg up backwards and strike over your shoulder, which makes you look like a scorpion!
Most consecutive handsprings (female)
Another amazing record appeared in 2013 during series two, when JaLyssa Walker (USA) managed to do a total of 53 handsprings without stopping - flippin’ heck!
JaLyssa’s flips took her from one end of an American football field to the other – that’s a distance of 109.7 m (360 ft)! JaLyssa still holds this record.
Most skips over a human skipping rope in one minute
You heard that right, a human skipping rope!
The record was earned in 2016 on series six by Acropolis, a group of acrobatic gymnasts from Durham, UK, and the record still belongs to them.
Four people attempted the record, Georgia Hewison, Jesse Heskett, Angus Martin and Liam Sneath (all UK). Georgia acted as the ‘rope’.
What’s a human skipping rope? This is where an extremely flexible person (and trained professional, so don’t try this at home) is used as the rope, with one person holding their hands and one person holding their feet.
Tightest car parallel parking
Your parents will tell you that parallel parking it not easy - but it's a piece of cake for brothers John and Alastair Moffatt (both UK).
This record for Tightest car parallel parking was achieved by John on series one in 2012, with only 13.1 cm (5.16 in) of free space between his car and the two others.
The record was then equalled on the same day by Alastair. There's no sibling rivalry here though - they work together as a stunt driving duo!
Already a popular record category, the brothers' success sparked a race for the record.
Ronny Wechselberger (Germany) took the title in June 2013, with a park of 10 cm (3.94 in).
Not to be outdone, Alastair took back the title in July 2013 with 8.6 cm (3.4 inch), again on the set of Officially Amazing.
Han Yue (China) then managed an even closer 8 cm (3.15 inch) parallel park in November 2014.
But Alastair wanted to win back his title, and did so in January 2015, with an impressive 7.5 cm (2.95 inch) – the diameter of a baseball!
Alastair still holds the title - but for how long? Maybe it's time for brother Alastair to have another go..!