The Art of Living Foundation can rename itself the Art of Winning this week.
The group and its record for most people reading aloud simultaneously cruised to an easy victory in last week's Fan Choice, crushing the rest of the competition.
Every Friday here, we pick five records recently approved by our expert Records Management Team. We'll give you a little background on each and then ask you to vote for your favourite. The winners from each week, like The Art of Living Foundation, will be entered into an end-of-year bracket to determine the Fan Choice record of the year.
This week's list of nominees vying for your vote includes a well-traveled man and a soccer/football master, but first, a floor that looks straight out of a Home Alone booby trap.
LONGEST LINE OF TOY CARS (pictured above)
Record: 24,189 vehicles
Holder: National Motor Museum (UK)
Location: Beaulieu, UK
That's not all: Laid out all around the museum, the line stretched to just under 2 km (1.2 mi) long, and broke the previous record by nearly 10,000 cars. The attempt was used to support the Naomi House and Jacksplace hospices for children and young adults, with the cars used in the line being auctioned off after the attempt.
MOST SOCCER/FOOTBALL HEEL TOUCHES IN ONE MINUTE
Holder: Sinan Öztürk (Germany/Turkey)
Location: Mittweida, Germany
That's not all: Sinan also broke the record for 'most rope skips while keeping a football in the air with the head in one minute' on the same day, so you can tell he's pretty skilled. Fascinated by football freestyling, Sinan took up the art in 2008 and can now do juggling tricks with up to five balls at once.
MOST NATIONAL CAPITALS VISITED IN 24 HOURS BY SCHEDULED TRANSPORT
Holder: Barnaby Davies (UK)
Location: Across Europe
That's not all: In his manic 24 hours, Barnaby visited London, Paris, Brussels, Ljubljana, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest. He traveled on trains between all cities, save for one scheduled flight between Brussels and Ljubljana. Barnaby also used the record to raise awareness against human trafficking, working with anti-trafficking groups ECPAT and ITMI.
LONGEST JOURNEY BY ELECTRIC VEHICLE (NON-SOLAR)
Record: 19,607.96 km (12,183.80 mi)
Holder: Norman Hajjar (USA)
Location: Portland, Ore., to Venice, Calif.
That's not all: Norman spent three weeks coasting down the Pacific, driving a Tesla Model S for the attempt. The car consumed 4311.1 kWh of electricity and he stopped for 91 charges over the course of the journey.
LARGEST GATHERING OF PEOPLE DRESSED AS STORYBOOK CHARACTERS
Holder: Tanglin Trust School
That's not all: It took nearly 2 hours to get all the children and staff of the school - an institution for British expat students in Singapore - organized properly for the attempt. Costumes ranged across the entire storybook spectrum, from Pippi Longstocking to Thing 2 to Peter Pan.
And those are your nominees; time now to cast your vote!
Then check back here next week to see who you've helped crown the latest fan favorite!
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