David Rush
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Information
Sex Male
Act world record breaker
Seasons 15
Position Reached Audition

David Rush was a world record breaker act from Season 15 of America's Got Talent.  He was eliminated in the audition round.

Background

David Rush is one of the most prolific Guinness World Records on the planet. He is an author, speaker, entertainer, MC, and technology industry veteran at Cradlepoint the industry leader in cloud-delivered 4G and 5G network solutions. He has an electrical engineering degree from MIT, an MBA from Boise State.

At MIT, he won best undergraduate lab of the year in electrical engineering for a juggling simulator. He’s a two-time winner of the MIT-wide Talent show, a two-time finalist at Idaho’s Got talent and has been a guest on the TODAY show and has competed on America’s Got Talent. He’s broken over 150 Guinness World Records Titles promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through talks and DavidRush4STEM.com – all since late 2015.

He is the world’s fastest juggler, the world’s slowest juggler and has the record for most bowling balls juggled, most consecutive ax juggling catches, and longest duration balancing a bicycle on the chin.

After earning his electrical engineering degree he spent time as an ASIC Design Engineer at Marvell Semiconductor. While at Boise State he focused on entrepreneurship and competed in several business plan competitions in the US and abroad.  At the Global Moot Corp Business Plan Competition, he won the Benchmark Capital Challenge beating teams from France, Germany, and China.

He has been at Cradlepoint since April 2010 and is currently a Sr. Product Manager driving the LTE, 5G and hardware platform roadmap.

David is a dynamic speaker that engages audiences on any topic ranging from growth mindset, comedic juggling, and current events to LTE, 5G, and beyond.

In 2015 he started setting Guinness World Records to promote STEM education and espouses the power of having a growth mindset. [1]

Audition

David Rush's audition in Episode 1503 of successfully breaking a world record of tearing the most T-shirts in a minute while wearing them.  Although Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell voted "yes," Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara voted "no," eliminating him from the competition.

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