Breaking this particular world record was a logistical nightmare. There was a lot to plan – finding a hall we could use for thirty straight hours, finding a means of recording thirty straight hours of video, finding finding sixteen witnesses to view our record attempt at all hours of the day and night, finding people to volunteer to sell beer, perform video camera checks, and clean up. We even needed people to feed us since we couldn’t stop playing bocce for long enough to feed ourselves.
Every day leading up to the marathon required work. The day before the marathon, instead of getting some much needed rest, we built a bocce … Read More »