Jake named the days of the week and counted to ten in English in 2.86 seconds.
Kiiofutterwacken named the days of the week and counted to ten in Spanish in 3.97 seconds.
This year’s Social Good Summit sparked a record-setting global conversation on using social media and technology for good. The summit united people participating online and in-person in nearly 300 cities, including New York, Beijing, and Nairobi, around one goal: unlocking the potential of social media and technology to make the world a better place. The gathering took place as world leaders gathered to kick-off the UN General Assembly, opening the dialogue about world issues and challenges to a global constituency
They set the record during the Social Good Summit 2012, a three-day conference about new ideas and innovative solutions, in New York City. RecordSetter CTO Corey Henderson was present to adjudicate the attempt. Read more about the feat here.
Tai Star consecutively set RecordSetter world records for 42 days.
Abhishant Kumar received three Microsoft certificates in a day.
Nepali folk singer Suman Budha released four folk song albums on the same day.
Brian C. earned 18,791 NikeFuel in one day.
Led by Clint Poore, five RecordSetter world records were set in a pizza restaurant on November 2, 2012. The records were set during Majors Pizza Customer Appreciation Day in Albany, Kentucky.
Lou Trez, Kelly Lichtenwaldt, and Joe Wolf -- collectively known as the pop-punk band Quickie -- performed 44 shows in one day. Read more about the feat here.
Color Magazine and Globe Shoes teammates Chris Haslam, Ryan Decenzo, and Mark Appleyard skated 31 skateboard parks across Vancouver's Lower Mainland in a single day, a new world record. It took them 18 hours to complete the attempt.
Led by Ashley and Tyler Moreland, a group of people performed 10,000 street hockey shots in three hours. The record was set to raise funds for Lamp Lighters Hockey Ministry in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Over $4,000 was raised for their Hockey Mobile during the event. Read more about the feat here.
Poorvie Choudhary broke her own record in the record category for
“[Fastest Time To Recite All Element Symbols From The Periodic
Table]” three times in one day on December 21, 2011. :
As part of the Wheel Questions community art project, Johnny Monsarrat
video recorded and responded to 58 people asking a question about life
on 11/29/2009. All the videos and documentation of the “blitz” are
available at Wheel Questions Complete.
Husband and wife team Andy and Crystal Pelphrey set 11 RecordSetterworld
records in one day.
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