28 students from Saint Louis University hugged their school mascot, a Billiken, at the same time. They set the record on campus as part of a Mountain Dew Kickstart event. RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to adjudicate the attempt.
Three members of Support The Melons passed a melon between their legs 23 times in 30 seconds. They set the record to promote breast cancer awareness and raise funds for the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign.
590 people from World's Largest Hustle, LLC performed the Hustle dance.
Joseph G. led 338 kids in a Zumba class. The class was organized by Fight Back With Fitness and Relay For Life Bergen Beach, Mill Basin & Marine Park. They set the record to promote cancer prevention through fitness and healthy lifestyle.
Students, professors, staff and friends of EARTH University illuminated 1,600 Christmas lights for 24 hours using bicycles connected to a generator. They set the record to promote their Make A Gift and Illuminating Dreams campaigns.
The National Parkinson's Foundation Minnesota had 79 people dance together to raise awareness for Parkinson's disease.
A total of 120 people formed a human bridge which Clusters, the coatimundi, climbed over. Clusters lives at Roos-N-More, a non-profit education zoo in Las Vegas. The record was set at First Friday Las Vegas, a monthly festival held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bill received 95 kisses in one minute under a mistletoe. He set the record to raise money for charity.
Roman A. high fived 18 people of different nationalities.
Melanie and her family formed a chain while standing on one foot and eating apples.
A total of 939 students and staff of Jericho Middle School in Jericho, New York pledged to stand up to bullying. They set the record as part of their Bully Prevention Kick-Off. Read more about their campaign here.
65 people from Specific Media did the wave in a hotel ballroom.
Derek Volk lead 25 people from the Scarborough Maine 7th Grade Girls Softball Team and 7th Grade Baseball Team in somersaulting from the pitcher's mound to the home plate. They set the record during their end-of-season party.
Maggie J. led 63 kids to thumb wrestle while lying face down.
A total of 10 pairs from FCOG youth group performed back-to-back stand-ups.
A group of 210 Lavallette Elementary Schoolstudents wore jellyfish
hats at at once. They set the world record to raise environmental
awareness forBarnegat Bay.
See more about the event here.
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