Longest "Low Five" Chain

United States Luke Makris


Annapolis, Maryland, United States / April 21, 2017

Luke and 39 people created a low-five chain. They lined up and each person low-fived the next.

- all participants must get in a line and low five the person next to them in successive manner
- may not receive more than one low five or give more than one low five
- must give a low five within five seconds of receiving one
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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