Anna K. tweeted "Good luck!" to five US Open players in 52.44 seconds.
She set the record as part of "Legend Setter", an interactive competition hosted by Heineken during the 2014 US Open for fans to participate in their own off-the-court challenges. A RecordSetter official was present to adjudicate the attempt.
Tasos K. tweeted 14 famous personalities that died on April 28th in a single tweet.
Bryton S. mentioned 14 Adam Sandler movies in a single tweet.
Alex Cunningham wrote "Fight Cancer" 12 times in a single tweet.
At the PepsiCo Digital Summit, 19 attendees tweeted birthday greetings to @ForestWhitaker.
The record was officiated by RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman.
Salis A. sent 75 consecutive tweets to Selena Gomez.
Sam F. tweeted 76 chemical element symbols in a single tweet.
Sam F. named 31 national capitals in a single tweet.
Joe tweeted 59 animal names in a single tweet. He typed the words in Kanji characters.
Jordan T. mentioned 48 European football players in a tweet. He used first and last names from players from the Spanish First, Second and Third Division, Portuguese First Division, French First Division and Slovenian First Division.
Bader Al and his friends tweeted inside an industrial freezer set at -20 degrees Celsius. They set the record to raise awareness about environmental issues. See their tweets here.
CAUTION: Extreme temperatures can be dangerous. Please exercise caution when attempting this record.
Dylan M. tweeted,“I’m trying to set a world record with @URDB and @powerbalance” in 9.97 seconds.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya tweeted the name Chargoggagoggmanchauggauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg, a lake in Massachusetts.
At a PromaxBDA Emerging Media Workshop in New York City, 40 people in one room tweeted Justin Bieber at the same time. The record was led by RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman, who spoke at the event.
Jon Gardner approved 126 follower requests on his Twitter account in one minute, 38.13 seconds.
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