A total of 1,500 people with their puppets marched through Lincoln Park to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on November 3, 2012. They set the record to show support for continued public funding of public media. Read more about the feat here.
A total of 120 people formed a human bridge which Clusters, the coatimundi, climbed over. Clusters lives at Roos-N-More, a non-profit education zoo in Las Vegas. The record was set at First Friday Las Vegas, a monthly festival held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Clint Poore and three Southwest Airlines flight attendants said "We love Southwest Airlines" at once in front of a Southwest Airlines plane. They set a record shortly after a landing in Denver, Colorado.
A total of 10 pairs from FCOG youth group performed back-to-back stand-ups.
Nathan Sukonik and 12,804 people gathered at Central Park in New York City armed with water guns and sprayed water to each other.
They set the record to celebrate the start of summer season. Read more about the event here.
As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, members of Kasson Public Library gathered 14 people to make wishes by blowing loose eyelashes at once.
Wishes varied from "having a million dollars" to "getting a bigger library".
Rob Roush led 500 people in dancing the Bunny Hop at once.
Pat Cassels and Brian Murphy from College Humor sat in a Ford Focus ST and joined a conference call with a combined total of 82 people. Watch the full Ford Focus ST video here. The record was officiated by RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
Led by VTKlustrum, 36 people performed a hug exchange line.
Led by Adam Wanderman, a total of 243 people at a summer camp did a fist pump at once.
Led by Andrew Currie, 263 students and staff at Werribee Secondary College popped party poppers at once.
Led by Josh Berk, a total of 35 young adult authors read Touched by Cyn Balog at once. The record was set during the 2012 YA Festival at the Easton Area Public Library in Easton, Pennsylvania.
A member of The Omega Force Strength Team deadlifted 18 people at once, an approximate total weight of more than 1500 pounds. He set the record during Camp Chautauqua in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Bob Swaim (66), Stanley Wohlbach (92), and Joseph Zeller (93) rode an unorthodox three-person bicycle on the Saucon Rail Trail. The average age of the three riders stood at 83.3 years at the time of the attempt. Read more about the feat here.
As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, members of Kasson Public Library gathered 15 people to simultaneously read "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.
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