A total of 705 members of Vandalia-Butler Community in Vandalia, Ohio successfully pulled off world’s longest high five chain, each person high fiving the next.
Brad Magnusson and Andrew Chiccinislapped 393 double-handed high fives
in one minute.
Ricky and his friend jumped directly at each other from a distance of 19 feet and completed a high five before landing.
Craig Morrison and Sam Stilson of The Record Collectionmade
a high five that measured 87.1 decibels. The duo set the record to
celebrate National High Five Day.
Kim Mayes received 20 high-fives from his dog, Riddick, in 30 seconds.
Katherine and her twin sister completed 50 double handed high-fives over a regulation men’s volleyball net in 30 seconds.
Curly Fries and his friend slapped 340 one-handed high-fives in one minute.
Alexander Kuhn and his friend high-fived 74 times in 10 seconds while
touching their noses and each standing on one leg.
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.
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Dallas and his friend gave each other a high five with the temperatures of their hands averaging -4 degrees Fahrenheit.
Greg Harrell-Edge and Dave Penndorf performed a high five 9 1/2 feet
(114 inches) off the ground. The duo set the record to celebrate National High Five Day.
Greg Harell-Edge and Dave Penndorf made a high five in which their
palms started just 0.19 millimeters apart. The duo set the record as
part of National High Five Day.
While attempting to set a record for Most High Fives Made During A
Successful Half Court Shot, Greg Harrell-Edge missed 13 half court
basketball shots in a row. Harrell-Edge and his friends finally
succeeded when he hit his 14th attempt.
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
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.
82 sixth grade students and members of Carol Morgan School in Santo
Domingo, Dominican Republic continuously high fived in a circle for two
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