Young Maltese hula hooper Clare Brincat, who has in the past wowed festival goers with a break-out hula performance at Glastonbury festival, has received a Guinness World record for an epic group hula challenge.
Brincat, together with ten other women from a hula hooping group known as Marawa’s Majorette’s, spun a crazy 299 hoops outside London’s Geoffrey’s museum while under the watchful eye of a Guinness World record adjudicator.
The official challenge for the record was for the most hula hoops spun by a group of ten above their waists. Before this attempt, the record held was for 264 spinning hoops.
Congratulations to this talented hooper and all of her teammates!