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Most people wearing tie dye: Calgary school breaks Guinness World Records record

Most people wearing tie dye: Calgary school breaks Guinness World Records record

Calgary, Canada – March 1, 2016 – Students at Bishop Grandin High School in Calgary broke the Guinness World Records world record for largest gathering of people wearing tie dye shirts; Bishop Grandin gathered 885 students and staff together to almost double the number of people in the previous record.

Photo: It looks like a huge bummer for a New Jersey high school that holds the title for the largest gathering of people in tie-dye shirts after Bishop Grandin high school staged a sit-in counting 885 donning the funky threads. 

The Guinness World Records world record for the largest gathering of people wearing tie dye is 454, achieved by Red Bank Catholic High School (USA) in Red Bank, New Jersey, USA, on 18 March 2015.

Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the longest tie dye measured 926.93 m (3,041 ft 1.44 in) long, and was created by Inez Harwood (USA), in Hayfork, California, USA, on 25 September 2013.

It looks like a huge bummer for a New Jersey high school that holds the title for the largest gathering of people in tie dye shirts after Bishop Grandin high school staged a sit-in Friday counting 885 donning the funky threads.

In paying homage to the school’s 1960s origins, students and staff spent late January and much of February gathering and making tie dye shirts.

More than 600 of the $5 shirts were conjured at the school, said Bishop Grandin vice principle Steve Laberge.

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