Student Roger Auster in bid to beat space hopping record


A space-hopping student from Gloucestershire has bounced for four miles in a bid to set a new world record.

Roger Auster, 19, from Minchinhampton near Stroud, made his attempt on Gwithian Beach in Cornwall.

He said the record for the furthest distance travelled on a space hopper in 24 hours was just under four miles.

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