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.
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.
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.
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.
Clint P. lifted seven people using an old-time strong man leg press.
NASA Exchange-JSC led 76 people in dressing as astronauts. They set the record during Aliens vs. Astronauts 1k and 5k Fun Run Event at the Gilruth Center at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Newmindspace, Lightsaber Academy, Golden Gate Knights, and Jacob Privette organized the largest global lightsaber battle. In a 24-hour period, a total of 9,951 people joined events and battled in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and Provo, Utah.
310 people from Medical Solutions formed a human RN. They set the record to celebrate National Nurses Week.
Randy Richey of Omega Force Strength Team squatted 25 people in a single lift. He set the record during the Kentucky Foothills Camp Meeting in Albany, Kentucky.
173 members of ACCYM Senior High pretended to faint at once.
70 members of Warehouse 180 in Arvada, Colorado enjoyed a rave party inside a bathroom.
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.
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