Salem School students stack-up for world record

Salem School students participate Thursday in a quest to set  a world record as part of the World Sport Stacking Association’s 2010 Stack-Up.

The WSSA is attempting to set a Guinness World Record for sport stacking, a competitive activity in which participants stack up and down cups in various pyramids in prescribed patterns at lightning speed. For the event, stackers need to participate for at least 30 minutes. Salem’s event also included stacking combined with a variety of fitness activities.

The school has a cup stacking club, but students did not have to be club members to participate Thursday.

Here’s some video of an obstacle course students were running at the stack-up that combined sport stacking with various other fitness activities:


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