Zack Hample constructed a pyramid using 2,870 baseballs. He personally snagged the baseballs as a fan in the stands at major league stadiums. At present, he has more than 6,000 baseballs in his collection.
Ernesto Diaz has 900 Michael Jordan basketball cards in his collection.
Led by Jeff Tomlinson, 32 pairs of students joined
together for a 64-person piggyback group hug.
Carlos Burle surfed a 100-feet tall wave, setting a surfing world record. He set the record off the coast of central Portugal.
Trent H. led 321 members of Heritage Park Baptist Church in performing a simultaneous fist bump explosion.
910 students and 77 teachers and staff in Antwerp, Belgium danced while gargling water. The event was organized by EcoHuis Antwerpen to raise awareness about water shortage. Read more about the feat here.
Newmindspace, Lightsaber Academy, Golden Gate Knights, and Jacob Privette organized the largest global lightsaber battle. In a 24-hour period, a total of 9,951 people joined events and battled in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and Provo, Utah.
Seez seez built an arrow consisting of 252 dominoes.
Dallin C. built a plastic cup triangle using 325 cups.
Nate and 35 other people at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California played mason jars as percussion instruments.
Led by Doc Mack, 123 people at the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, Illinois played arcade games simultaneously. They set the record as part of the their 4th year anniversary event.
191 people from Canyon Crest Academy joined together for a group hug at their school library.
Darryl Learie currently has 4,407 home videos in his collection, totalling 465 hours of play.
101 Saint Louis University students participated in the world's largest morning dodgeball game. They set the record on campus as part of a Mountain Dew Kickstart event. RecordSetter officials were present to officiate the attempt.
Peter and his friends built a house made of 11,538 beer cans. The structure has an area of 4x4 meters and stands around 3.25 meters tall.
They set the record to raise funds for The Shake It Up Foundation Australia, who fund vital research in developing a cure and understanding of Parkinson's Disease. Over $1,500 was raised and the house has since been featured on national television and various other news mediums.
Q-Dance Australia built a robot measuring 24 meters high and 48 meters wide. It was created as a centerpiece for 2013 Defqon.1, an annual music festival held in Australia.
It has 8 x 2 tonne motors that hoist the audio system and has multiple nitro-charged flame positions, activated remotely using a control console.
The robot also boasts architectural and special effects lighting. The eyes are Jarag-led which are mapped to create expressions. There are 10 high-powered laser units and numerous pyrotechnic points with up to 70 mm mortars. It is specially designed using a steam punk style and parts are of recycled materials.
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