Former University at Buffalo football player Chris Spell is as good as it gets, especially when it comes to setting the world standing jump record.

Chris Spell just broke the Guinness World Records.

“It was a freeing sensation. I felt like a weight has been lifted off of my shoulders,” said Spell, who set the record Sunday at Retro Fitness downstate, in his native Cortlandt Manor.

Spell leaped from a standing position onto the top of a fixed surface 64.125 inches high.

The slightly more than 5-foot-4-inch jump bested the previous record, 63.6 inches, set in May 2016 by Evan Ungar at a One Health Clubs fitness center in Oakville, Ont.

That’s serious. 

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