Brooklyn Button and Camryn Jeffords made a collection of 30 jack-o-lantern grapes.
A total of 534 people from Camp Alvernia ran across a field while screaming.
Rob Roush led 290 people in dancing ’The Carlton’, a dance made famous by The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air.
Led by Jeff Tomlinson, 32 pairs of students joined
together for a 64-person piggyback group hug.
Ryan K. has 300 boomboxes in his collection.
Trent H. led 321 members of Heritage Park Baptist Church in performing a simultaneous fist bump explosion.
Jakub Piatek has a collection of 311 soda cans.
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.
Ernesto Diaz has 900 Michael Jordan basketball cards in his collection.
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.
Carlos Burle surfed a 100-feet tall wave, setting a surfing world record. He set the record off the coast of central Portugal.
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.
NASA Exchange-JSC led 76 people in dressing as astronauts. They set the record during Aliens vs. Astronauts 1k and 5k Fun Run Event at the Gilruth Center at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
310 people from Medical Solutions formed a human RN. They set the record to celebrate National Nurses Week.
Hefty partnered with the Chicago Cubs and set a record for the World’s Largest Flip Cup Game. 200 players came onto Wrigley Field and participated.
The teams were led by Cubs players Jason Hammel and David Ross. Hefty donated $40,000 to local charities selected by the players as part of this historic event.
Doritos made an arcade machine 60 feet in height. The record was set as part of the Doritos Bold 50 campaign.
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