CU student body wins Guinness Book of World Record for Red Light/Green Light

CU student body wins Guinness Book of World Record for Red Light/Green Light

Aug. 30, 2011
For Immediate Release

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.-- Campbellsville University's student body successfully established a new world record for the largest game of Red Light/Green Light.

The event was held Monday night on Finley Field when 281 students participated in the game.

In addition, Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young served as an official witness to the record attempt. The record is expected to be verified by Guinness World Records within a couple of months.

 
 The Campbellsville University student body celebrates their new world record. They now hold the record for the largest game of Red Light/Green Light with 281 students participating. (Campbellsville University Photo by Naranchuluu Amarsanaa)

 

 
 CU students run across the football field at Finley Stadium as part of the attempt to beat the world record in Red Light/Green Light. (Campbellsville University Photo by Naranchuluu Amarsanaa)

 

 
 Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young sits in the bleachers as a witness to the event. (Campbellsville University Photo by Naranchuluu Amarsanaa)

 

 
 Andrew Ward, left, director of student activities, and his work-study student Jeff Ware, a senior from Mt. Eden, Ky., explain to the students how the record attempt will work. (Campbellsville University Photo by Naranchuluu Amarsanaa)