An important update for the Aussie World Record Attempt in London
Australians in London preparing for the historic Aussie World Record Attempt on 25 July must remember one thing – you must bring appropriate footwear (sneakers, sandshoes, trainers) to be counted.
TRAINERS, sandshoes, joggers, sneakers, runners – call them what you will but all Australians in London preparing for the historic Aussie World Record Attempt on 25 July must remember one thing – you have to bring and wear appropriate footwear to be counted.
“We hope you’re all looking forward to becoming World Record breakers next week! Just a reminder, don’t forget to wear your sneakers/runners to the event in order to be eligible to be part of the World Record,” was the message from the CommBank organising team to excited Aussie expats in London.
Already hundreds of Aussie expats have confirmed their attendance for the big event at The Windmill Pub in Clapham Common next Wednesday where the Australian Olympic Team and the Commonwealth Bank are hoping to set a new Guinness World Record for the “Most People Wearing the Same Full Team Kit”.
It will be an official Guinness World Record attempt with the record currently sitting at 537 (set in Switzerland). But organisers believe that thanks to how passionate Aussie supporters are – they can smash the current record and set a much higher new one.
What’s more, the first 1000 people to arrive for the CommBank CAN Aussie World Record Attempt will be given “an exclusive Commonwealth Bank Aussie Supporter Kit to wear proudly on the night” which they can keep and wear for the duration of the Olympics.
“Basically we’re calling on all Australians in London to don the famous green and gold and show their pride for their Aussie Olympic hopefuls. The CommBank CAN Aussie World Record Attempt will give exiled Aussies the chance to cheer on the team.”
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