People World Records

621 Records Found

00:49 United States

Most People Popping Water Bottle Lids

Stephanie Martoccio

Stephanie Martoccio led 16 people in popping water bottle lids. They set the record as part of the College of Lake County Social Action Club's World Record Day fundraiser for the Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center in Gurnee, Illinois. #WorldRecordDay2012

01:12 United States

Largest Group Hug By A Group Of Startup Entrepreneurs

Push Start

A total of 250 startup entrepreneurs connected to PushStart joined together for a group hug.

00:12 United States

Largest Group To Do "The Wave" In A Hotel Ballroom

Specific Media

65 people from Specific Media did the wave in a hotel ballroom.

02:10 United States

Most People To Somersault From Pitcher's Mound To Home Plate

Derek Volk

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.

00:26 United States

Most People Flipped Over While Doing A Forward Aerial Barani

Dan Mackey

Dan Mackey flipped over 10 people at once while performing a forward aerial barani.

01:36 United States

Largest Group "Tim Tebow" Impression

Justin Epps

Justin Epps and 94 others simultaneously performed a Tim Tebow impression.

01:12 Wales

Largest Group To Fit Inside A 52-Inch Diameter Circle

7thSwanseaScoutGroup

A total of 23 scouts, cub scouts, and a beaver scout from 7th Swansea Scout Group stood inside a circle 52 inches (132.08 cm) in diameter. They set the record as part of their Commonwealth Games night.

Japan

Largest Dog Yoga Event In Japan

Groupon Japan

Groupon Japan and the Japan Dog Yoga Society organized a dog yoga event participated by 136 dogs and their owners. The event was led by Society founder, Ms. Noriko Onuma. They set the record at Toshimaen Theme Park in Tokyo to celebrate their annual family week. Read more about the feat here.

United States

Most Names Credited On A Record Album

Peter Hollens

Peter Hollens credited 4,236 people on his record album, A Hollens Family Christmas. The names printed are the names of his supporters who contributed financially and suggested the songs included in his album.

01:03 United States

Largest Group To Squeeze Lemon And Lime Into Eyes At Once

Michael Smith

Michael Smith, Jon, Kevin, Dan, and Andrew squeezed wedges of lemon and lime into their eyes at the same time.

02:01 Nepal

Most People Reciting World AIDS Day Theme

Nikesh Thapaliya

On December 1st, ‘World AIDS Day’, Nikesh Thapaliya and 17 teenagers of ’Yes! Club World- Nepal’ recited this year’s theme of World AIDS Day[] in unison. The theme for 2011 is “Getting to Zero”. The main objective of the feat is to send out message to the world that even youth and teenagers are aware and trying to contribute towards resolving the global issue of HIV/AIDS.

01:23 United States

Longest Line Of People Making Finger Mustaches And Giving "Thumbs Up" Signs

Camp Ronald McDonald

152 campers fromCamp Ronald McDonaldformed a line and gave the people next to them a finger mustache while giving a “thumbs up” sign at the same time.

00:52 United States

Most People Fit Inside A Swim Cap

Joey Mette

Joey Mette and Jed fit two people in one swim cap while holding it open.

01:21

Most People Hugged By Someone Dressed As Charles Nelson Reilly In One Minute

Comedy Central

Jeff Stevens of Comedy Central dressed himself as Charles Nelson Reilly and hugged 10 people in one minute. Stevens set the record to raise awareness for Match Game '12, a charity fundraiser for 826NYC. Read more about the event here.

03:14 Philippines

Largest Game Of Bingo In An Office

TaskUs

97 TaskUs employees played bingo in their office. They set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day. #WorldRecordDay2012

47:47 India

Most People To Rappel Down A 400-Foot Waterfall

Acap Hyd

A 14-member team from the Adventure Club of Andhra Pradesh (ACAP) rappelled at the 400-foot high Katika Waterfall in Visakhapatnam, India. They set the record to promote their adventure and tourism campaign. Read more about the feat here. NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.

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