The longest distance travelled on a slip and slide in one hour was 25,017.98 m (82,080 ft), and was achieved by students at the University of Oregon (USA) in Eugene, Oregon, USA on 8 October 2010. A 30-foot-long slip and slide was used for the attempt.
Amanda Mochan adjudicated. The record attempt was part of a larger campaign sponsored by Schick Hydro at ten college campuses across the United States. The other campuses who participated in the record attempts, along with their results, are as follows: University of Texas, Austin, Texas: 4,279.39 m (14,040 ft) - 24 September 2010 (Kimberly Partrick adjudicated) Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana: 6,793.99 m (22,290 ft) - 25 September 2010 (Carlos Martinez adjudicated) Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania: 14,831.56 m (48,660 ft) - 2 October 2010 (Morgan Wilber adjudicated) University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida: 17,035.27 m (55,890 ft) - 3 October 2010 (Carlos Martinez adjudicated) University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama: 17,611.34 m (57,780 ft) - 15 October 2010 (Amanda Mochan adjudicated) Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida: 3,099.81 m (10,170 ft) - 27 October 2010 (Mike Janela adjudicated) University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida: 11,850.62 m (38,880 ft) - 29 October 2010 (Danny Girton adjudicated) University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona: 15,499.08 m (50,850 ft) - 7 November 2010 (Kimberly Partrick adjudicated) University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida: 15,718.53 m (51,570 ft) - 7 November 2010 (Morgan Wilber adjudicated)
Comments below may relate to previous holders of this record.