Former Olympic champion Sally Gunnell last week lead a team of 40 cyclists and celebrities during a successful attempt as the Guinness World Records title for Most cyclists completing a 1 km time trial in 1 hour at the Lee Valley Olympic VeloPark, all in aid of Sport Relief 2016.
Following the incredible attempt, official Guinness World Records adjudicator Mark McKinley presented Gunnell with an official certificate.
The event also saw a new record set for the Fastest 4 x 50 m unicycle hurdle relay, which was achieved by Voodoo Unicycles (UK) with an incredible time of 1 min 33.49 sec.
Radio 1 DJ Greg James gave his best effort at setting a record for the Most swimming trunks pulled on over clothing in 30 seconds, but unfortunately he wasn’t quite fast enough to take home the title. This left the record up for grabs when the Guinness World Records Live!Tour stopped at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday.
20,000 visitors to the iconic sporting venue were given the opportunity to attempt various sport-related records, including Fastest time to pump a bicycle tire and Most aerobic step ups in 30 seconds.
Over the course of the day, the records were broken an incredible 14 times in total.
The event marked the first stop on the GWR Live! Tour of the UK, with loads of record-breaking events set to take place across the country over the coming months.