Pavol Durdik wore 42 pairs of socks at once.
10-year-old Jared Owens wore 147 military dog tags at once. He set the record in cooperation with A Song for Life Sarcoidosis Foundation to honor sarcoidosis sufferers and to raise awareness about funding and research.
Olof Eriksson completed two laps drifting a motorcycle on an ice racing track without wearing a shirt.
Jacob S. stuffed 51 t-shirts inside a t-shirt while he wore it.
Guillaume B. completed 46 consecutive one-armed clapping push-ups wearing a boxing glove
During the sixth annual "Ready, Set, Wear It!" campaign, 10,917 people gathered at 257
events to set a world record for the largest group of people to wear life jackets.
The event was hosted by the National Safe Boating Council in partnership with Canadian Safe Boating Council. They set the record to promote safe and responsible boating for National Safe Boating Week and throughout the boating season. See photos of the events here.
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Louis S. wore 37 hats while unicycling.
Kapil Gehlot tied a rope to a Tata turbo truck weighing 9,300
kilograms wore skates and pulled it while skating.
T.J. of Pixar Post wore 29 Pixar-themed t-shirts at once.
Tom wore 17 sports jerseys at once.
Ben J. performed a headstand for one minute, 54.69 seconds while wearing mismatched socks.
Andy Ellwood fit 15 pocket squares in his jacket pocket in 30 seconds. He set the record at Eton of Sweden's store in New York City.
Neil Moallem and three of his friends wore the same suit in one minute.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Todd DeFazio wore a pumpkin on his head for 13 hours and 18 minutes.
Brian Pankey put on 16 hats in 10 seconds.
Wearing an Indian costume and holding a red balloon, Schacht N. ran down an up escalator in 7.56 seconds.
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