Conga line travels 14 miles for Guinness World Record


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(UPI) Good luck to the guys from @AskNationwide who are attempting to break a Guinness World Record today in support of Julia's House. The record? Longest distance travelled in a conga line - yes you read that correctly! Spectators welcome at Kings Park Athletics Track from 8am - 4pm! pic.twitter.com/3ryUmRUYuz— Julia's House (@Julias_House) September 4, 2019

A group of coworkers at a British company danced in a conga line for 14 miles to break a Guinness World Record and raise money for charity.

The employees of Nationwide Building Society were joined together by a length of string to keep them traveling in a line as they did the conga for 57 laps around the Black Lace track in Bournemouth, England.

The song "Do the Conga" played on a loop 110 times during the 5 1/2-hour world record attempt.


The group said they traveled a total 14 miles, beating the previous record of 11 miles. They are now seeking official recognition from Guinness World Records.

The conga dancers raised money for Julia's House children's hospice.

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