As part of a Chef Michael's world record event held at PetFest in Bridgehampton, New York, 224 people gathered and set a new world record for Largest Dog-Friendly Communal Dining Experience.
RecordSetter officials Ella Morton and Dan Rollman were present to count the participants and announce the record.
Seez seez built an arrow consisting of 252 dominoes.
A total of 36,001 students participated in a one-day drawing contest. The record was set at ClinicPlus Gateway 2013 organized by Surf Excel and Elite Circle at Codissia Trade Fair Complex in Tamil Nadu, India.
Isabella G. made a duct tape flower 59 inches in diameter.
Alexander P. has a collection of 125 energy drink cans.
Pablo L. built a pyramid using 550 Euro coins.
The Main Squeeze Orchestra, an accordiongroup six females,
played a polka song.
They set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
S. Priya Nithya Kalki from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a footprint painting measuring 12 meters wide and 12 meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
A group of students from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a footprint painting measuring 30 meters wide and 30 meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
Gary Pearlman made a free floating soap bubble that has a volume of 834 cubic feet. Read more about the feat here.
Paddle Ball King made a functioning, 9-foot paddle ball. He bounced a ball using the paddle for at least 30 seconds.
Jason T. led 386 people from Camps 'R' Us, including campers and staff, in a game of Knockout. They set the record to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
Caleb B. led 253 people in playing Freeze Tag for five minutes.
78 people participated in a game of Apples To Apples.
97 TaskUs employees played bingo in their office. They set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Philip DeFranco led a group of 554 people in the world’s largest game of Ninja. The record was set at VidCon 2013 in Anaheim, California.
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