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Sadly, there are some world record attempts that ended in death. Whether it was Guy Garman – also known as Doc Deep – who passed away trying to set the record for deepest recreational scuba dive, famous daredevil Javad Palizbanian who died trying to break the world record by jumping over as many buses as possible on a motorcycle or Juan Francisco Guillermo who was cycling five continents in five years, but was killed by a truck on the last leg of his tour, these were some of the deadliest attempts to break a world record. WatchMojo counts down ten people who tragically lost their lives trying to set records.

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#10: Bill Warner
#9: Nick Piantanida
#8: Donald Campbell
#7: Javad Palizbanian
#6: Guy Garman
#5: Diana Paris
#4: Juan Francisco Guillermo
#3, #2 & #1???

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  1. I feel that videos like this should just be ’10…’ and not ‘Top 10…’. Also ‘Do you agree with our picks’? Really? That’s not appropriate.

  2. Expert advise; Bike lane in Thailand are all lies. They’re actually extra lane for car, truck, motorbike speeding, and sometime pedestal. Use one at your own risk.

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