Seven year old breaks Guinness World Record for most high-fives in an hour

Seven year old breaks Guinness World Record for most high-fives in an hour

Seven year old breaks Guinness World Record for most high-fives in an hour

Written by Staff Writer

14 Jun, 2015 | 3:46 pm

A seven year old boy, whom Haim memorably brought on stage in 2013, returned to Bonnaroo this year and claimed the record for the most high-fives in an hour with 2,392 on Friday, surpassing the record of 2,181 high-fives set by Ram Kadam and V Generation in India in 2012.

Thousands of people signed up, lined up and, like a well-oiled machine, smoothly, but enthusiastically gave high-fives to Squish, who stood on a pedestal on Friday because each high-five was required to be performed above all participants’ heads.

At any given moment at the four-day music festival, someone will raise his or her hand to high-five a fellow festie. The event’s culture made Bonnaroo a prime time for Squish to attempt the record, a feat he didn’t take lightly.

Squish trained for this moment with his mom, Amy Spears, who has been documenting his Bonnaroo experiences on social media for three years.

-Mashable 

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