Colleen LaBarbera led 60 people from Ohio Township Public Library System to dance in a conga line as part of their 2012 Summer Reading Program activity.
A total of 6,900 people from Shadow Mountain Records sang Row, Row, Row Your Boat in rounds. They set the record during their group's Women’s Conference concert.
Jessi Arrington led 179 people together to form the world's largest rainbow parade, which marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.
The record was set as part of RecordSetter World Record Day and was adjudicated by RecordSetter officials Dan Rollman and Emily Miethner.
A group of 1,198 people had a marshmallow fight in Lehi, Utah. They set the record to celebrate the release of "The Candy Shop War" by Brandon Mull. A total of 2,004 pounds of marshmallows supplied by Fresh Market were used. The war lasted for 30 minutes.
Joseph Gillette led 514 kids from P.S. 255 in dancing the Cha Cha Slide at once. The feat was part of the "Fight Back With Fitness" program of Relay For Life Bergen Beach, Mill Basin & Marine Park. They set the record to support the American Cancer Society and promote cancer prevention through fitness and healthy lifestyle.
1,215 attendees of #Imagine rally at Menlo Park made barnyard noises at once.
Chris and 38 of his friends consecutively fainted in a row.
The Relay For Life of Bergen Beach, Mill Basin & Marine Park hosted 419 participants at their Zumba For Life event to set a record for Largest Zumba Class In New York City. They set the record at the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn to raise cancer awareness and money for the benefit of the American Cancer Society.
A total of 534 people from Camp Alvernia ran across a field while screaming.
814 University of Nebraska students checked in on Foursquare to
the Big Boi concert on October 14, 2010. More info here.
Cecilia Viejo Serrano framed 188 people, including herself, in a crowd
self-portrait without using any preview settings on the camera.
Betsy and her partner eskimo kissed 53 times.
A total of 15 surfers rode a wave at once. The record was set during the XSories Jalenboo Surf and Skate Contest in Hainan, China. Read more about it here.
Jesse and his friends performed 41 trust falls at the same time.
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.
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