World records set by the Livestrong community as part of the Young Adult Alliance's Break Cancer program.
Chris Carraba of Dashboard Confessional performed a concert on top
of Pikes Peak Mountain in Colorado at 14,111 feet above sea level.
The concert was performed to raise funds for The Love Hope Strength
48 members of Texas 4000 donned fake mustaches and danced in a
conga line. Each mustache was made using Break Cancer stickers.
Sevenpeople finished the 2010 San Antonio Rock amp; Roll Full amp;
Half-Marathon said “Break cancer!” after their completion of the
60 riders in the Texas 4000stood in a circle and made individual
dedications before lining up and forming a can-can line. They set
the record before heading out on a bicycle ride.
With the help of [The Bright Light Social Hour], 354
Break Cancer attendees sang "[I Will Survive]" in honor
of cancer survivors, a new world record.
The Break Cancer attendees set the record during URDB’s [BreakCancer
party] at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
On November 24, 2010, Lorna Larsen, president of Team Shan,
presented to 450 students at the University of Western Ontario.
Following the lecture, she inspired the entire room to say, “Team Shan
Breast Cancer Awareness for Young Women” at the same time.
23 people gathered on November 15, 2010 to discuss adolescent and young
adult cancer patients and families in and around Portland, Oregon. At
the end of the meeting everyone said“Rompe el cancer” at once.
The gathering was hosted by the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute
Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program and the External
The 23rd person to participate in this world record was the cameraman.
Emily Peterson and 32 of her friends each crushed an aluminum can for
55 members of Texas 4000 each beat up a “cancer
the record as part of LIVESTRONG Young Adult
Nine cancer survivors and eight oncology staff members participated in a
17-person silent anti-cancer message.
Forty Mary Kay consultants said “Mary Kay kisses cancer goodbye” at
the same time. They set the record in honor of Terri Schaefer for the
We Believe Foundation.
Katie Preston Toepfer wore 110 bandanas on her body at once. The record, set to raise cancer awareness, was set using CanTeen bandanas.
Alanna Iverson and 51 other cyclists danced the robotwhile wrapped
in Christmas lights. The participants were a group of cyclists on a long
distance bike ride to raise money for cancer research.
Allen Hunter hit a “CANCER”sign on a dartboard with five consecutive
darts in 3.87 seconds.
Lisa Watson, a Nurse Oncology Education Program marketing guru, has 62
office items wrapped in tin foil.
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