WHAIES tries to break world record

  • Friday, November 22, 2013

Staff photos Jennifer Veloso’s third grade class with its stacked cups.

Students at Windsor Hills Arts infused Elementary School in North Charleston worked throughout the day last Thursday, to break the world record for sport stacking.

The Guiness World Record in sport stacking, world-wide stacking event included stackers from around the world on Guiness World Records Day, Nov. 14.

The event is called a “track meet for your hands at warp speed” where students stack and and stack down 12 specially designed cups called Speed Stacks in predetermined sequences as fast as they can.

Stackers race against the clock, compete in relays and often combine sport stacking with fitness challenges.

Last year, 483,658 stackers participated.

This year, TT Elementary in Tarawa Terrace, NC broke the world record according to the World Sport Stacking Association.


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