- Alex Koops, Steven Price, Derek Koops, Christopher Wright, Timothy Dunsmore, Mark Robbins, Michael Fantuazzo, Matt VanVleck, Brady Dolan
- 51.727 meters metre(s)
- United States (Taylor)
The longest domino wall is 51.7 m (169 ft 7 in), and was achieved by Alex Koops, Steven Price, Derek Koops, Christopher Wright, Mark Robbins, Michael Fantuazzo, Matt VanVleck, Brady Dolan (all USA) and Timothy Dunsmore (Canada), in Taylor, Michigan, USA, on 2 April 2022.
Planning for this attempt took over a month, and building the whole event took 6 days. Luckily, even though the wall was bumped and a domino was dropped on it, neither time caused the it to fall, and the team managed to build the wall without a single accidental topple.
Being Guinness World Records title holders would make their team incredibly proud, because they were able to accomplish something extremely challenging to an extent that no one else has ever done before. It would be a huge honor and help to recognize that their team members are at the top of the field in the art form that they are so passionate about - domino art.