Group World Records

Group world records are where teams of friends, coworkers, family members or even strangers get together to achieve more than they could accomplish alone. Groups have collaborated to dance, play music, pull off ambitious sporting endeavors and tell cancer to take a hike, among a flurry of other feats.

696 Records Found

United States

Most People Dancing "The Whip" While Wearing Glow Sticks

Jin K

A total of 77 middle and high school students and leaders at Harris Creek Baptist Church Youth Ministry in Waco, Texas danced The Whip while wearing glow sticks.

03:18 India

Most People Making Paper Airplanes At Once

Indu International School

421 students from Indu International School made paper airplanes at once.

United States

Most People To Throw Dodgeballs At A Sports Mascot At Once

Marshall High School

93 people from Marshall High School in Marshall, Illinois threw dodgeballs at their school mascot at once. The record was sponsored by Hannig Construction, Inc.

01:38 Germany

Most Jokes Told In One Minute

Markus Weise

Markus W. told 33 jokes in one minute.

01:31 United States

Longest Conga Line Down Lombard Street

Macarena

Hayley Nassif, Jackie Gregorie, Dan McGeehan, and Paris Anne Badat danced the Conga while walking down San Francisco's legendary Lombard Street.

England

Most People Line Dancing To "Cotton-Eyed Joe" At Once

Featherstone Primary

620 students from Featherstone Primary School line danced at once to the tune of Cotton-Eyed Joe. They set the record as part of their school's Maths Week 2016.

Singapore

Largest Human Heart Formation

Jodie Chan

1,800 athletes and members of One Team Singapore formed a heart design using their bodies. They set the record during the 8th ASEAN Para Games to show inclusiveness and support for disability sports.

Japan

Largest Dog Yoga Event In Japan

Groupon Japan

Groupon Japan and the Japan Dog Yoga Society organized a dog yoga event participated by 136 dogs and their owners. The event was led by Society founder, Ms. Noriko Onuma. They set the record at Toshimaen Theme Park in Tokyo to celebrate their annual family week. Read more about the feat here.

06:53 United States

Most Tri Delta Members Performing The "Crazy In Love" Dance Routine From "Just Dance" At Once

Krysta Nelson

Krysta N. led 148 Tri Delta members at Baylor University in simultaneously performing the Crazy in Love dance routine from Just Dance.

01:42 United States

Largest Sierpinski Triangle Made Of Pennies

ScottKeltner

Students from Eudora High School created a Sierpinski triangle made of 59,049 pennies. They set the record to raise funds for the March of Dimes, collecting a total of $731.83 during the attempt.

02:25 United States

Most People Attempting To Solve Rubik's Cubes While Blindfolded And Standing On One Foot

Zappos

57 Zappos.com employees attempted to solve Rubik's Cubes while blindfolded and standing on one foot.

01:39 United States

Most Strangers Hugged In 30 Seconds On One's Birthday

Alessia S.

Alessia S. hugged 21 people in 30 seconds on her birthday. Alessia set her record during a RecordSetter LIVE! event at The Learning Village in Las Vegas, Nevada. RecordSetter Co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to adjudicate the attempt.

00:46 United States

Most People Doing Handstands At Once

VGASD

12 members of Victory Gymnastics Academy simultaneously held a handstand for 30 seconds. The record was set during National Gymnastics Day 2013 at Victory Gymnastics Academy in San Diego, California.

00:19 United States

Largest Group To Dance The "Bernie"

Aaron Hobson

Led by Aaron H., 343 people performed the Bernie dance move.

00:03 United States

Fastest 100-Mile Cycle Run Time By An Amateur Cycling Group

Team Sub-4

Team Sub-4, an amateur cycling team, cycled 100 miles in three hours, 40 minutes. Learn more about the team here.

01:35 United States

Most Church Employees Being Pulled In Office Chairs Behind A Motorcyle Being Driven By A Pastor Wearing A Cape

Justin Bullis

Justin Bullis wore a cape and drove a motorcycle while pulling a chain of 11 church employees sitting in office chairs behind him. They set the record as part of a sermon illustrating the importance of having fun over time in the church.

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