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ALAN CHOQUE SHOWS US — ALAN SHOPE SHOWS US. ALAN: SOME MIGHT CALL IT JUST GOING A LITTLE STIR CRAZY. BUT THAT DIDN’T STOP 11-YEAR-OLD TREVOR CHRISTIANSEN. HE SET OUT TO DO SOMETHING SPECIAL WITH THIS EXTRA FREE TIME. THE POGO STICK A GIFT FROM HIS SISTER. >> I THINK SHE GREW OUT OF IT. ALAN: AND AFTER A LITTLE RESEARCH. >> WE FOUND A WORLD RECORD OF 11,500. >> I THINK I CAN BEAT IT. ALAN: TREVOR STARTED HOPPING. HOPPING. AND HOPPING. 12,000 STRAIGHT TIMES. >> I WAS AT LIKE 2000 AND I WAS LIKE, I CAN’T DO THIS. >> MY HUSBAND AND I TOOK TURNS COMING OUT HERE AND HELPING HIM COUNT. >> I WAS LIKE I’M GOING TO 5000 AND I’M GONNA STOP. >> AND HIS RECORD BEFORE THIS WAS 2900 I THINK. >> AND I WAS AT 5000 AND I WAS LIKE I DON’T WANT TO STOP. ALAN: TWO HOURS AND 15 MINUTES LATER, HE COULD BARELY WALK. >> 12,000. >> AWESOME. ALAN: TREVOR SAYS IT ALL STARTED BECAUSE HE MISSED HIS FRIENDS AT SCHOOL, AND BECAUSE HE WAS BORED. THE FUN COMES TO AN END NEXT WEEK WHEN ONLINE SCHOOL STARTS BACK UP, BUT U

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11-year-old tries to breaks Pogo stick record

An 11-year-old in Basehor, Kansas, attempts to break a national Pogo stick record, jumping 12,000 times.

An 11-year-old in Basehor, Kansas, attempts to break a national Pogo stick record, jumping 12,000 times.

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