Measuring 5.32 metres in diameter, with a surface area of 22.2 square metres and requiring 61 kilometres of thread and fourth months to make, the giant doily is larger than the world record of 5m in diameter set in 2013.
Taking 90 minutes to prepare the base after a wobbly table threatened to derail the whole attempt, it then took the Mr. Pancake team over two hours to carefully stack the 166 sponge disks to reach a whopping 102.4cm.
Robert Karaś, 33, achieved his feat in Mexico this week with the record setting time of 67 hours 58 minutes and 1 second, beating the previous record by a staggering 4 hours and 41 minutes.
Polish sport climber Aleksandra Miroslaw set a new world record at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday and leads in the discipline.
Following the death of his grandfather, Robert Wilkowiecki rebounded by not only smashing the Ironman world record set just weeks earlier by German superstar Jan Frodeno, but also by becoming the first Pole to complete a triathlon in under eight hours.
Measuring 2.73 metres in height, 3.7 metres in length and 142 centimetres in width, the blockbusting marvel weighs 250kg and took over 400,000 Lego bricks and 500 hours to build.
Record falls despite equipment freezing up, fuel running out and atmospheric conditions that forced the fragile aircraft down.