Pastor Dave Olson of ONE Student Ministry at River Valley Church got in a golf cart and drove a chain of 29 office chairs.
Jessica and 275 high school and middle school students from Chesapeake Young Life formed a domino chain. They set a record as part of their fundraising project.
Tyler S. made a domino chain using 103 coins and successfully made the entire chain topple.
Theodore Harris created a domino chain using 98 Atari video game cartridges and successfully made the entire chain topple.
Shripad V. assembled a single chain made out of 51 paper clips in 30 seconds.
Juan Martínez individually separated 80 paper clips from a paper clip chain in one minute.
19 members of Wieden Kennedy’s Team Maroon formed a train of office chairs and were pulled down the street behind a motorcycle. The team originally had 18 members, but randomly bumped into NFL
quarterback Joey Harrington at Sherman Clay Pianos and convinced him to join their record attempt.
The record was set in Portland, Oregon on April 1, 2010 at the agency’s 28th annual Founders’ Day party. RecordSetter co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were on hand to preside over the event.
At the RecordSetter release party for the RecordSetter Book of World
Records, 36 people collaborated on the world’s longest cock a
snook. The chain they created consisted of 71 hands in total.
Bubble Dude linked 55 soap bubbles in a chain.
Mark E. held up a horizontal Red Bull can chain 12 cans in length.
City of Champion's Executive Mayor Danny Jordaan led 199 people to form a hand clap chain. The record was held at Dan Queue Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa.
Mariah M. assembled a single chain made out of 55 paper clips in one minute.
Melanie and her family formed a chain while standing on one foot and eating apples.
Students at Harvard University created a chain using 10,000 Lumistick Glowsticks. They set the record on April 25th, World Malaria Day, to raise awareness about malaria. Learn more about the feat here.
Silvio S. set up a domino chain in 16.68 seconds.
Mike Shea and the staff of Alternative Press Magazine created a domino chain using 76 Paramore magazines and successfully toppled the entire chain.
They set the record as part of the kickoff for Paramore's "Ain't It Fun" music video.
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