Speed Sailing Legends, Insanely Fast Trimaran ‘Lending Club 2′ Spotted In San Francisco Bay, Training For Transpac Record
Insanely fast barely begins to describe the concept of a massive 105-foot, three-hulled trimaran rising up out of the water and skimming the tops of waves at up to 46 miles per hour. Now imagine sailing it 2,225 miles from California to Hawaii in the Transpac race next month.
Sixty surfers are going to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for “The Most People Riding a Surfboard at Once” on the “World’s Largest Surfboard.”
An attempt to hold the world’s biggest Easter Egg Hunt in Sacramento failed to qualify for the Guinness Book of World Records, and was not a hit with everyone.
While most of the East Coast continues to deal with snowy weather, one Berkeley school is making its own white-out to set a new world record.
A giant bottle rocket shot by a Boy Scouts troop in Walnut Creek may have earned them a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
A San Anselmo couple set out on the open ocean Wednesday in an attempt to row from California all the way to Hawaii.
This Sunday, Seattle Seahawks fans will attempt to break the Guinness World Records mark for loudest stadium.
A racing yacht named after one of the world’s fastest cars has sailed into San Francisco Bay in what organizers say is the fastest passage of a single-hulled sailing vessel from New York to San Francisco.
The San Jose Earthquakes are attempting to break a world record Sunday, with the largest number of people to participate in a groundbreaking ceremony.
The jackpot jumped to a world record $540 million Thursday morning after reaching a U.S. record jackpot on Wednesday of $476 million.