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Californian Surfers break record for the highest number of people riding a wave at the same time


California: A group of enthusiastic surfers set a new world record in Southern California for riding a board with highest number of people. The previous record in this regard was by a group of 47 surfers in the Australian state of Queensland. But, while breaking the existing record at California, there were sixty six people on the surfboard. Thus, Surfers in California have broken the world record

for the highest number of people riding a wave on single surfboard at the same time. As per the Orange County Register Report, the 42 ft (12.8m) surfboard required nearly 12 seconds to break the earlier record established ten years ago. During the previous record, there were 47 surfers to vardenafil from india ride the wave for 10 seconds. A few months later after this event, Hyman’s board was flown to the States and there it was ridden by 60 people in Huntington Beach. Nearly 5,000 people are reported to have watched the current event from the Huntington Beach located south of Los Angeles. Among sixty-six people participated, there were surf champions as well as local heroes on a custom built 42-foot board. Guinness World Record adjudicator Michael Empric said that the newly set record on the largest surfboard would be determined as the Guinness World Record within a few days.   Video on the new surfing world record