At the Zappos.com Bay to Breakers road race in San Francisco, California, Megan Oxland set a world record for Most Bead Necklaces Worn At Once.
The record was one of 40 set that day, allowing the race to set an additional record for “Most World Records Set at a Road Race.” See all 40 records at RecordSetter.com/Zappos.
Pushing the limits of both blood circulation and neck strength, Opus
Moreschi tied a whopping 97 neckties around his neck at once, a new
universal record. The ties, which featured everything from cartoon
characters to corporate logos, weighed a combined total of 7.4 pounds.
Moreschi’s daring feat was performed on February 11, 2009 at a World
Record Appreciation Society event at Pianos, a New York City bar.
His face turned slightly purple as he set the record, forcing witnesses
Corey Henderson and Kate Sullivan to periodically check his pulse.
Photo by Nick McGlynn
Jamie Matter put on 25 t-shirts in one minute. The last t-shirt put on fell outside the time limit and wasn't counted in the final tally.
3rd Floor Spruce put on 14 t-shirts in 30 seconds.
Greg M. completed a 100 yard dash while wearing high heels and a dress in 17.40 seconds.
Brandy Crawford changed into 15 different costumes while listening to
’Bad Romance’by Lady Gaga.
Crawford set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson
were present as witnesses.
Emily Spivack, an artist who collects used articles of clothing and
tells stories about them on her Sentimental Value blog, opened five
eBay packages in one minute.
Spivack set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Darryl Learie has owned a pair of shoes for 36 years.
Andrew Yang photographed 66 bed poses of Fiona Bloom in 30 seconds. The
record was set at Yotel in New York City.
Estella wore a bow on her head that measured 42.50 inches in width.
In Eytan and The Embassy’s "Everything Changes" music video, lead singer Eytan Oren makes 18 costume changes. The video was done in a single take, with no edits. The core theme of the song is that people shouldn't "find themselves" but should "create themselves."
It took the band and crew a full day of rehearsal and 30 takes the next day to successfully capture the final video. Download the song for free here.
Ben A. put the same shoe on 17 times in 30 seconds.
Angela and Zach Cook stuffed 65 candlesticks inside their sweatsuit while wearing it.
Alexa Losey named 10 fashion brands in 10 seconds. She set the record at VidCon 2012 in Anaheim, California. RecordSetter President and CEO Dan Rollman presided over the attempt.
ECCO Australia assembled a fashion catwalk measuring 2.81 km in Sydney's Darling Harbor, beating the previously longest catwalk by 122 meters. The record was adjudicated by RecordSetter official Dave Thompson. Read more about the record here.
Geoffrey Countryman made 13 Star Wars costume changes to the tune of Eytan & The Embassy's Everything Changes.
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