Salem H. named 28 computer programs in 15 seconds.
Tom K. named 28 hair bands in a shower in 30 seconds.
Kshitij recited the names of all US Presidents and their ordinal numbers in random order in one minute, 20.75 seconds.
Quinn A. created eight cracker people in one minute.
Leo Kelly recited the 12 Olympian Gods and Goddesses in 10.09 seconds while standing on one foot and wearing a bow tie, swimming goggles and a meat cleaver headband.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya tweeted the five-letter names of 23 places beginning with "E" in a single tweet.
Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 31 board games in a single tweet.
Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 10 famous lepers in a single tweet. He set the record to support "Let Us Pledge To Serve" campaign by the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP).
Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 13 internal cellular structures in a single tweet.
Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 25 biomolecules in a single tweet.
Dr. Krishna N. Sharma named 18 human muscles in a single tweet.
Vedant Kumar named the capitals of 217 sovereign countries and non-sovereign states and regions.
Alexa Losey named 10 fashion brands in 10 seconds. She set the record at VidCon 2012 in Anaheim, California. RecordSetter President and CEO Dan Rollman presided over the attempt.
Joseph Nagy named 26 Nintendo GameCube games in 30 seconds while speaking with a lisp.
Five-year-old Vedant Kumar named 196 capitals of different countries.
Amelia Wallace named 16 penguin-related items in 30 seconds. She set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
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