On August 30th, 2008, 20 athletes in the Bay Area played the longest
game of flag football ever. The event was held at the Off the Wall
Soccer in Santa Clara, California, with the game lasting 24 hours, 36
minutes, and 56 seconds.
The four-on-four flag football game honored two storied Bay Area
college football programs, featuring the Dons (in Gold and Green) facing
the Broncos (wearing Cardinal and black). The Dons defeated the Broncos
by the score of 1,470 to 1,265. The event benefited Play Flag
Football, a Santa Clara County based 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization providing flag football leagues, camps, and after school
programs for children.
Game statistics and additional details can be found here.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot American
Flag on his chin for 58.38 seconds while listening to Lee
Greenwood’s God Bless the USA.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot Canadian
flagon his chin for 45.66 seconds while listening to Lee
Greenwood’s God Bless Canada.
Mallory Wolchuk played ’Scotland The Brave’ on bagpipes in 52.22
seconds while standing next to Doug McManaman, who balanced a Canadian
flag on his chin for the entire record.
Doug McManaman balanced anAustralian flag on his chin for 54.65
seconds while listening to Australia’s national anthem, "Advance
Aristobulo Lima placed 57 Brazilian flags in a heart-shaped
Davoodfard earned 704 flags in Survival: endless mode of Plants Vs. Zombies.
Art Hoffman built a white flag measuring 93 inches wide by 68 inches
long. He waved the flag in surrender to the flooding of the Ohio
River that devastated the town of Louisville, Kentucky.
Together with management and staff at Lotus Lap Public School
Dishuknagar, Hyderabad, Dr. Venkata Chary Chintapatla. Ph.D displayed a
1,947 foot long, 4 foot wide Indian national Flag on the occasion of
64th Mega Independence Day Celebrations at Mini Tank bond Saroornagar,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India on 14th August 2010.
Doug McManaman balanced the Canadian Flag on his chin at the Nova
Scotia Visitor Information Centre for two minutes, 22.85 seconds
while wearing a clown suit.
Doug McManaman balanced four Canadian flags on a rotating pole on
his chin for 33.34 seconds while kneeling.
K.L. Dheeraj recognized 200 different national flags in two minutes, 19.02 seconds.
Dan Acher set up 499 flags inside mouse traps and set off a domino
chain, with the flags triggering the mouse traps.This record was created
for the Swiss National Day celebration in Geneva and was inspired by
an OK GO video.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot Dominican Republic flag on his chin for one minute, 36.23 seconds. He performed the feat while listening to 'Valiant Quisqueyans'.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot Philippine flag on his chin for 55.38 seconds. He set the record in celebration of Philippine Independence Day.
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