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Longest fist bump relay record belongs to Anchorage

A group of about 300 people gathered at the Delaney Park Strip in Anchorage on Saturday to beat the Guinness World record for longest fist bump relay. United Way of Anchorage organized the event to raise awareness for homelessness in the city. Kellie Ferrick, an official adjudicator for Guinness World Records, monitored every fist bump. She said to technically break the record, only 251 people needed to participate, but 300 showed up to take the title.

Sarah Bell

Sarah Bell is a multimedia intern for Alaska Dispatch News. She's a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in photojournalism.