Chris and 38 of his friends consecutively fainted in a row.
Gary Pearlman made a free floating soap bubble that has a volume of 834 cubic feet. Read more about the feat here.
At the 2015 VidCon Prom, 2,047 members of the YouTube community created the Largest Cellphone Wave, a RecordSetter.com World Record. Participants turned on their phone flashlights and created a wave of light motion back and forth across the floor of the Anaheim Convention Center Arena.
RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to direct and officiate the attempt.
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Special thanks to Andy Stack, Sophie Tran, Bradley Okamoto and Monica Gasper.
Carlos Burle surfed a 100-feet tall wave, setting a surfing world record. He set the record off the coast of central Portugal.
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.
A total of 580 deaf and hard-of-hearing students across Illinois joined together and participated in different community services. They set the record as part of the annual Deaf Can Do It Community Service Day. Learn more about the feat here.
Max P. decorated a sugar cookie that measured 18.4 inches in diameter.
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.
Trevor Burkholder and five kids drew a monster on the street using chalk that measures 147 feet long.
Trent H. led 321 members of Heritage Park Baptist Church in performing a simultaneous fist bump explosion.
Led by Jeff Tomlinson, 32 piggy-backed pairs of students joined
together for a 64-person group hug.
Robert Owen won by a margin of 53 runs on a Facebook game of World
Darryl Learie currently has 4,407 home videos in his collection, totalling 465 hours of play.
372 attendees of Sydney Family Show dressed as pirates. The record was set a to commemorate the opening of Sony Pictures' The Pirates! Band of Misfits film.
Courtney Boyd Myers, Andy Morris, Justin Rocket Silverman, Jonathan Levy and two of their friends did "karate chop" jumps into a pool at once. The group set the record during the SXSW Festival at a party held by The Daily.
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