1300 People of small towns in Canada together set Guinness record

Articles Aug 03, 2019 16:34

An Ontario city said it broke a Guinness World Record by gathering more than 1,300 people in one place wearing plaid patterns.

"It's an amazing day! Every time we stage an event whether it's Hockey Day in Canada or the Canada Summer Games rowing events, people turn out to show their support," Mayor Dan Reynard told the Kenora Miner & News. "I know we're going to do it. We're not just going to win, we're going to smash the record!"

1300 People of small towns in Canada together set Guinness record

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Reynard's prediction proved accurate, as the previous record, set by 1,146 people at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, was defeated by more than 300 participants.

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Source: https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2019/07/29/Canadian-town-sets-Guinness-record-with-more-than-1300-wearing-plaid/6641564422291/

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