GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Attempt Event 2021

May 5 – 26, 2021
FREE TO PARTICIPATE
All participants will be added into a draw for a chance to win 1 of 20 $50 prizes!

Skills Ontario is excited to announce a new a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ attempt event launched May 5, 2021. We would like to invite everyone to participate in making history by helping us to break the record for Largest Online Video Chain of People Passing and Using a Screwdriver!

Although we will have a focus on women in the trades, this record attempt is open to anyone, any age across the province with a minimum goal of receiving 251 individual video submissions.

In order to secure the record and to make sure all guidelines are followed, a scope and video for your reference have been posted below. Be sure to read through the Educational Package & Guidelines thoroughly, view the Video Submission Guidelines, and follow all rules for submission to ensure your video is accepted. All participants must sign a photo/video release form when uploading their video. Participants 18 years and younger must have a parent/guardian sign the form. 

 

 RULES FOR SUBMISSION

  • Each participant must be equipped with their own commercially available screwdriver, as well as a surface or object where a screw can be inserted
  • The videos in the chain must be of a single individual receiving a screwdriver from out of frame (left hand to right hand) and passing the screwdriver out of the other frame
  • All of the individual must receive the screwdriver and use it to screw into the surface/item and pass the screwdriver in the same direction (i.e. all screwdrivers receiving from the left hand and passed with right hand).
  • When passing the screwdriver in/out of frame, the video must show your forearm/elbow (or your arm being extended)
  • The screw must be completely screwed in prior to the participant passing the screwdriver to the next participant
  • Only one video can be supplied per person

 Submit your video here

 Flyer    Educational Package
& Guidelines
 
  Video Submission
Guidelines