Accepted by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “longest throw of an object without any velocity-aiding feature,” the Aerobie Pro Flying Ring was most recently thrown 1,333 feet. This record replaced the 1986 world record of 1,257 feet, also set using an Aerobie Pro Flying Ring.
The throwing guidelines are quite simple:
A. A throw is measured as the straight line distance between the point of release and the point of first impact with the ground.
B. The impact point cannot be lower in altitude than the release point.
C. As is customary with disc records, wind aided throws are permitted. The current record was set at Ft. Funston, San Francisco – an updraft area favored by hang gliders.