Chris S. balanced a tower of 210 styrofoam cups on his chin.
Staff and students at the Collège Saint-Bernard de Drummondville in Quebec, Canada performed the You're Gonna Miss Me Cup Rhythm. In total, 1,500 people participated in the attempt.
Suresh Gaur stacked a plastic cup triangle using 21 cups on his arm.
Maximiliano P. stacked seven 4-dice towers and a 3-dice tower on a set of nails using a dice cup in one minute.
Pavol Durdik held an empty cup using his mouth for one hour, five minutes.
Using classic dice stacking form, Maximiliano P. stacked four dice 12 times in 30 seconds.
Garrett's friend ate a Jell-O Pudding Cup in 3.40 seconds
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Joshua M. completed a 3–3–3 speed stacking in 3.15 seconds using only one hand.
John F. built a plastic cup triangle using 465 cups.
Joshua M. completed a 3–6–3 speed stacking in 4.50 seconds using only one hand.
Trina N. stacked 27 plastic cups on top of each other end-to-end.
Hefty partnered with the Chicago Cubs and set a record for the World’s Largest Flip Cup Game. 200 players came onto Wrigley Field and participated.
The teams were led by Cubs players Jason Hammel and David Ross. Hefty donated $40,000 to local charities selected by the players as part of this historic event.
Brian Pankey built a tower using Mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups 26 cups tall.
Michael K. completed 135 consecutive Moshikame cycles using a kendama in one minute.
Joshua M. completed nine one-handed sets of 3–6–3 speed stacking in one minute.
Curt L. built a Dixie cup tower with a total of 768 cups (48 stories) in height.
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