Human-Powered Helicopter - Record Flight
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A human powered helicopter built by students from the University of Maryland and piloted by Kyle Gluesenkamp set a new world record of 50 seconds!
This flight was over twice as long as the previous world record of 19.4 seconds by Akira Naito in 1994.

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A human-powered helicopter is a helicopter designed to carry at least one person but limited to using only power provided by the person on board, usually by pedalling.   A $250,000 "Sikorsky Prize" will be awarded to the first person to reach an altitude of 3 metres (10 feet) during a flight of at least 60 seconds, while remaining within a 10-metre (32.8 ft) square. Wiki
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