David Rush of Idaho just broke a Guinness World Record by using his hands to snap 83 matches in just under 30 seconds. Rush has broken nearly 250 Guinness World records to promote STEM education. He worked on advancing his technique since he last broke the same record in 2019. He said 21 of the matches he broke during the attempt were disqualified because they didn't fully separate into two pieces, making his official total 83. It was enough to break the previous record of 67, set by Manish Jassuja in January 2021. "My sons and I then lined up all the broken matches in homemade play-dough to make a fire snake," Rush said.