A total of 2,600 people formed the phrase "No War" by standing in a stadium. The event was organized to promote peace and encourage people to stop war in Ukraine. Yuriy Seretskiy and The Symbol of Success LLC organized the event with the support of City Councillor Alexander Zholobetsky, Mayor Yury Granaturov and Governor Vadim Merikov.
Alexander P. has a collection of 125 energy drink cans.
Joe B. took a bite from an apple that measured 2.76 inches in width, a RecordSetter World Record.
Coca-Cola, in partnership with Twitter, recorded 168,800 tweets in 24 hours using the hashtag #ShareaCoke to set a RecordSetter world record for Largest Twitter "Cheers!"
The hashtag instantly generated a special emoji featuring a pair of clinking Coke bottles. Read more about the feat here.
1,800 athletes and members of One Team Singapore formed a heart design using their bodies. They set the record during the 8th ASEAN Para Games to show inclusiveness and support for disability sports.
Viktor O. built a 6 x 6 soda can square.
804 students from ShadowGlen Elementary School in Manor, Texas played Frosty the Snowman on kazoos.
Gary Pearlman created a 300.10 cubic foot free floating soap bubble indoors.
A total of 618 women attended the Largest All-Female Biker Meet at the Ace Cafe in London. Read more about the feat here.
A total of 1,175 people formed a circle and linked their arms with each other. They set the record at Isaac Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa to celebrate South Africa's Freedom Day and to promote unity and social cohesion in their community.
A total of 1,200 people formed a human letter "N". The event was organized by Yuriy Seretskiy together with The Symbol of Success LLC and the support of City Council Alexander Zholobetsky, Mayor Yury Granaturov and Governor Vadim Merikov.
Elisa and 83 of her team members performed a group hug while standing on one foot. They set the record at part of their Project Management course at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences in Finland.
Rika K. has 369 origami ninja stars in her collection.
Sallye N. led 532 people from Press Elementary School in playing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star on kazoos at once. They set the record on National Kazoo Day to promote school spirit.
Andy H. has a collection of 1,328 caps.
Kelly led 240 kids at The Ridge Community Church in building a castle using 3,546 sugar cubes. They set the record as part of their Build It Bigger! event.
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