Vietnamese acrobatic brothers seek Guinness record

Vietnamese acrobatic brothers Giang Quoc Nghiep and Giang Quoc Co have performed their incredible head balancing act in a studio of TV8 Italy in Rome, Italy, seeking to establish a new Guinness record.
Nghiep and Co stage performance on Rome's street.(Photo: VNA)
Nghiep and Co stage performance on Rome's street.(Photo: VNA)

As the candidates for Guiness record holders, they performed the act with a time limit of one minute only on November 15. 

The programme will be aired exclusively on Italian television on November 25. Before the day, all information about the performance will be kept a secret, and even the artists also have to wait for the organisers’ official announcement about the result.

The brothers left for Vietnam on November 16 morning. 

In 2016, the two artists scaled 90 stairs of Saint Mary’s Cathedral in 52 seconds with Quoc Nghiep balancing atop Quoc Co using only their heads. This performance smashed a Guinness World Record.

Quoc Nghiep, born in 1984, and Quoc Co, born in 1989, are the two youngest Meritorious Artists of Vietnam. They received national certificate of merits for their performances abroad in the UK’s Britain’s Got Talent TV show.

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