World dart record broken

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A trio number of dart wizards have broken the dart throwing world record when they sent a folded plane for a flight of 82m.

The paper airplane was designed by Chee Yie Jian of Malaysia, folded by Shin Moo Joon of South Korea and thrown into the air by Kim Kyu Tae of South Korea.

Kim threw the plane eight times, achieving a distance of 82m with his best throw.

The throw took the Guinness World Record for farthest flight of a paper aircraft from quarterback Joe Ayoob and paper airplane designer John M. Collins, whose folded flying machine reached a distance of 68m in 2012.

“My design coupled with Shin’s wing mods/adjustments and Kim’s ‘rocket arm’ is a winning combination, so I wasn’t worried,” Chee Yie Jian told Guinness World Records.

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