Casey Martin of the performing duo the KamiKaze FireFlies broke her own world Guinness World Record for the most flaming hula hoops on the body at the Ohio Renaissance Festival near Waynesville Sunday, Sept. 29.
Photo: Jeff Rooks rooksjl@gmail.com
Photo: Jeff Rooks rooksjl@gmail.com

Woman incinerates flaming-hot world record at local festival 

A flaming-hot record was set ablaze over the weekend. 

Casey Martin of the performing duo the KamiKaze FireFlies broke her own Guinness World Record for the most flaming hula hoops on the body at the Ohio Renaissance Festival near Waynesville on Sunday, Sept. 29.

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Martin broke the record using five hoops with 20 blazing torch heads, according to a press release from the festival.

The hoops spun around Martin all at once.

The record had been four flaming hoops. 

Casey Martin of the performing duo, the KamiKaze FireFlies, will attempt to break her own world record for the most flaming Hula Hoops on the body Sunday, Sept. 29. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The KamiKaze FireFlies are a combination of comedy and circus, according to their website. The group showcases “juggling, hula hoops, German wheel, whip cracking, and many tricks never seen anywhere else.” 

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Casey Martin of the performing duo the KamiKaze FireFlies broke her own world Guinness World Record for the most flaming hula hoops on the body at the Ohio Renaissance Festival near Waynesville Sunday, Sept. 29.
Photo: Jeff Rooks rooksjl@gmail.com

The Ohio Renaissance Festival is open weekends through Oct. 27, at 10542 E. State Rt. 73 near the village of Harveysburg in Warren County.

For more information: www.renfestival.com.

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Casey Martin of the performing duo the KamiKaze FireFlies broke her own world Guinness World Record for the most flaming hula hoops on the body at the Ohio Renaissance Festival near Waynesville Sunday, Sept. 29.
Photo: Jeff Rooks rooksjl@gmail.com

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