High Five World Records

55 Records Found

02:19 United States

Fastest Time For Three People To Sing "We Didn't Start The Fire" While High Fiving

Franki Thomas

Franki Thomas and her friends Monica Schepp and Kelsy Thomas sang "We Didn’t Start the Fire[]" while high fiving in one minute and 59.48 seconds.

02:41 Dominican Republic

Largest Circle To Perform A Continuous High Five Chain For Two Minutes

Carol Morgan School

82 sixth grade students and members of Carol Morgan School in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic continuously high fived in a circle for two minutes.

00:40 United States

Most One-Handed High-Fives In 10 Seconds Between Two People Standing On One Foot And Touching Their Own Noses

Alexander Kuhn

Alexander Kuhn and his friend high-fived 74 times in 10 seconds while touching their noses and each standing on one leg.

01:47 United States

Most Double-Handed High-Fives In One Minute

Jason O'Brien

Brad Magnusson and Andrew Chiccinislapped 393 double-handed high fives in one minute.

00:38 United States

Fastest High Five Tandem Beer Chug Involving A Professional Skateboarder

Kevin Rose & Tony Hawk

Kevin Rose and professional skateboarder Tony Hawk each chugged a beer in 11.03 seconds while continuously high fiving the entire time. The record was set on November 6, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Chris Sacca was present to document and witness the feat. NOTE: Speed drinking can be dangerous. Please use caution and have adult supervision on hand. #celebpick

United States

Most People Surprise High Fived At A Juggling Festival

Nadine Civitello

Nadine Civitello gave 15 people surprise high fives at the Kansas City Juggling Festival[]. The 16th person high fived was the cameraman and was not counted.

01:55 United States

Most High Fives While An Audience Recites The Pledge Of Allegiance [ADULT]

Guy Harper

Hunter Duncan and Guy Harper high fived 113 times while a crowd recited the Pledge of Allegiance, a new world record. This patriotic feat took place at a World Record Appreciation Society[] gathering in New York City on March 25, 2009. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were on hand to document the record and count the high fives.

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