After voting for a supreme individual achievement last week, this week you fans have decided that teamwork was the way to go. Choosing from a group that featured a collection of both incredible individual feats and great team efforts, you crowned the most candles lit simultaneously as your Fan Choice Record of the Week!
Congratulations go to the Art of Living Foundation in Ahmedabad, India , for their record, garnering just more than half of all votes. This achievement will now be entered in our list of contenders for a year-end showdown in which we'll ask you fans to vote for your favorite record of the year at the end of 2013.
This week, we noticed that long was strong in our latest batch of candidates. Four of the five records involved some form of an astonishing feat of length. Plus, a few odd hundred Gokus. Get familiar with the candidates and learn how to share your vote below!
Longest eyelash on a dog (see image above)
Record: 15 centimeters (5.9 inches)
Holder: Ranmaru the dog
Location: Chuo, Tokyo, Japan
That's not all: Before Ranmaru, an Australian Labradoodle, came around, this record had stood unbroken for more than 8 years. Ranmaru's lenghty lash beat the previous record by more than half an inch.
Longest chocolate sculpture
Record: 34.05 meters (111 feet, 8 inches)
Holder: Andrew Farrugia (of Malta)
Location: Brussels, Belgium
That's not all: The sculpture depicted a train with a steam locomotive front and modern locomotive end. It took 1,285 kg (2,755 lbs) of dark Belgian chocolate to complete the sculpture, which was unveiled at Brussels South Station.
Largest gathering of people dressed as Dragon Ball characters
Holder: Saló de Manga festival
Location: Barcelona, Spain
That's not all: Kamehameha! Saló de Manga is the largest Manga festival in Spain and the attempt was undertaken to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dragon Ball's first publication in the country.
Longest sawdust carpet
Record: 1,278 meters (4,192 feet, 10 inches)
Holder: Municipality of Guatemala
Location: Guatemala City, Guatemala
That's not all: Approximately 1,300 volunteers helped assemble the carpet, a traditional feature of Guatemalan Easter celebrations. This particular carpet was designed as an invitation for newly chosen Pope Francis I to visit the city.
Longest line of toy cars
Record: 9,007 toy cars
Holder: Gemeinde Anger
Location: Anger, Germany
That's not all: End to end, the cars measured 959.3 meters (3,147 feet, 4 inches) long. The record was attempted on the heels of news that Hans-Peter Porsche of the famous Porsche family announced plans to invest in a new toy museum in Anger for 2014.
There you have it - now it's time for you to cast your vote! There are a number of ways to do this, including right here by choosing in our poll:
You can also leave your choice in the comment section below, or tweet your choice to us on Twitter ( @GWR) with the hashtag #GWRFanChoice.
Then check back here next week to see who's been crowned the latest fan favorite.