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.
TJ and 31 of his friends fit into a bathroom stall and sang the chorus of Lean On Me.
910 students and 77 teachers and staff in Antwerp, Belgium danced while gargling water. The event was organized by EcoHuis Antwerpen to raise awareness about water shortage. Read more about the feat here.
Clint P. lifted seven people using an old-time strong man leg press.
173 members of ACCYM Senior High pretended to faint at once.
Leap of Faith organizer Lori Schneider and seven organization members with multiple sclerosis and four with Parkinson's diseases successfully climbed the 19,341-foot summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
They set the record to inspire people with neurodegenerative diseases. Learn more about the feat here.
Delia Sandow and 229 people rang cowbells in a corn maze. They performed the attempt at Grandma's Pumpkin Patch.
Led by Doc Mack, 123 people at the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, Illinois played arcade games simultaneously. They set the record as part of the their 4th year anniversary event.
61 people from the Warner Bros. Television Marketing team called a woman named Amy on her birthday and surprised her by singing "Happy Birthday." RecordSetter Co-founder Dan Rollman was present to adjudicate the attempt.
672 students and staff of LCI Lethbridge cheered at once while watching a computer bar inch forward.
Chris R. led 53 people to say "We Love Majors Pizza" at once.
A total of 1,500 people with their puppets marched through Lincoln Park to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on November 3, 2012. They set the record to show support for continued public funding of public media. Read more about the feat here.
Jacob Kreeb and three of his friends whistled 99 Red Balloons as covered by Goldfinger at once.
The Association of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Nurses (APHON) invited 300 people across the United States including their members, colleagues, patients and their families to wear "Break Cancer" tattoos.
They set the record in recognition of the Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Month.
Seventy-two people from Workman Publishing put on fake mustaches and
watched a live taping of Good Morning America on Thursday, November
10, 2011 in New York City.
The record was set in conjunction with the launch of the first ever
RecordSetter Book of World Records. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson
were on hand to witness the feat.
Check out all the photos from the event.
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