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World Record Breaker. Stunt man. Athlete.

Who is Al the jumper ?

High-speed Jumper 

Jumping over cars in 130km/hour.

Alassan Issa Gobitaca, also known as Al the Jumper, was born in Togo in 1980. Since the young age, he was always looking for adrenaline and new innovative ways of doing extraordinary tricks.

As a young boy, Alassan was constantly working on new acrobat tricks. He came to Sweden as a young boy and as a teenager he integrated an athletics club. He rapidly hit records in high jump of 2 meters.

Jumping was great, but Al the Jumper wanted additional challenges. That’s when he came up with the idea of jumping over high-speeding cars.

He has broken records by jumping over a Lamborghini driving 130 km/hour. That triggered his next challenge - jumping over 2 motorcycles driving 130 km/hour. His next goal is to officially become the craziest car jumper in the world.

The Guinness World Records have caught interest in Al the Jumper's extraordinary talent and wants to officially measure and certify Al the Jumper's world record. A world record event is planned for December 2021 in Lomé, Togo - the first Guinness World Record event on the African continent. 

Ground-breaking event for

World record

The Guinness World Record wants to officially certify Al the Jumper as the craziest car jumper in the world. The event is planned to take place in Togo in December 2021 - the first Guinness World Record event ever on the African continent!


Are you ready for being part of a historical World Record event?

We're currently preparing the first Guinness World Record event that will take place on the African continent, where Al the Jumper will be measured and certified for his amazing talent. Top artists and brands are part of the amazing event that is being covered and broadcasted by international media. 

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Get in touch with Al the Jumper, his management and the event team for media requests, upcoming business collaborations and other opportunities. 

Stockholm, Sweden / Lomé, Togo

+46 739 434 064