He swung his way into the record books by hitting golf balls, then achieved an electrifying cycling feat. Now Brian Cha is aiming for another sporting record for charity - by shooting hoops. But before going for the basketball record - details of which are a closely guarded secret - Cha will probably face another challenge: building his own basketball court. While there are plenty of them around town, Cha says he might need something tailor-made as "there have to be more hoop stands to help achieve the goal". Cha's first Guinness World Record was achieved in February last year when he whacked 8,000 golf balls at a target 100 yards away in just 12 hours. He followed that up earlier this month by leading a team of 800 people to break the Guinness record for the most electricity generated by cycling in a 24-hour period. Cha hopes to go for the hoop record in March. The tight timetable is nothing new. The personal trainer and nutritionist set up the cycling event in just 31/2 months. Cha has set himself a goal of breaking 10 records in five years. Meanwhile, he plans to write a book to find out how leaders in different fields - business, political, and religion - stay healthy. "All this is part of a goal to inspire people," Cha said. Cha's motivation is a tragic one, helping a friend who is in a coma from the effects of Marfan syndrome. "I decided to break Guinness records to raise funds for his family," he said. People with the syndrome, who usually grow exceptionally tall and have long fingers and toes, suffer heart and lung problems.