A group of folks in Northern Kentucky teamed up to conquer a world record this summer, and managed to work in a little bit of exercise while they were at it.
From June 20-21, 10 players — led by Cole Hetzel — played a wiffleball marathon in Fort Mitchell for 30 hours and one minute, setting the record.
In addition to the leader, the group of players consisted of Chris Hetzel, Alex Grence, Tim Earle, Griffin Smith, Jack McMillen, Patrick Mitchell, Andrew Harris, Jacob Marker and Tristen Richards.
According to the website, the record-breaking marathon raised funds for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
The previous record of 26 hours, 21 minutes and 10 seconds was set in July 2017 in Duluth, Minnesota.
For more info, visit guinnessworldrecords.com.