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Rotary Club of Kinross & District

Rotary Club of Kinross & District is crowdfunding

raised of £1,000 target by 29 supporters

Weʼre raising £1,000 to Marathon on a Swing World Record attempt in support of Rotary Covid -19 response to vaccination and continued prevention efforts worldwide.

Kinross, Scotland
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World Record Attempt

Longest Marathon on a Swing @ Loch Leven’s Larder 14th & 15th May 2022

1. Any standard commercially available swing, such as would be found in a playground or similar, may be used for the attempt.

2. The swing must be swinging all the time (apart from during rest breaks). The swing must be visibly in motion.

3. Only the person attempting the record may cause the swing to move. It is not permitted to have another person pushing the swing or to otherwise make it move, nor may any artificial means be used to make the swing move.

4. If desired, the swing may be low enough for the contestant’s feet to touch the ground and, in this case, the feet may also be used to help propel the swing.

5. The contestant may eat and/or drink while the swing is in motion if they wish.

6. One swing must be used throughout the attempt and if the swing or the rope/chain holding it breaks, the attempt is ended.

7. Rest breaks are permitted during the attempt. A break of 5 minutes rest for every continuously completed hour of activity is allowed. These can be accumulated to give, for example, 20 minutes worth of rest time after 4 hours of activity.

The Rotary Club of Kinross & District are supporting Associate Member, Richard Scott, in his attempt to break this world record. In recognition of this support Richard is pleased to align his record attempt with the Rotary worldwide response to Covid-19

Rotary worldwide is taking action in response to the pandemic as clubs support COVID-19 vaccination and continued prevention efforts around the world. Tapping into decades of experience in bringing polio to the brink of eradication, Rotary members worldwide are helping health authorities communicate lifesaving information about COVID-19 and vaccination, combatting misinformation, supporting fair and equal access to vaccines, and curbing the spread of the virus by donating protective gear and other supplies to clinics and hospitals that are under strain.

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    • Sue Hogg

      Sue Hogg

      May 24, 2022

      I think you are amazing for doing this. I ran past you a couple of times over that weekend and cheered as I passed. Well done on a fantastic achievement.


    • Bill & Barbara Belford

      Bill & Barbara Belford

      May 23, 2022

      Hi Richard. Just back from holiday. Well done on breaking the record!


    • Janet


      May 18, 2022

      Well done !

    • Kirsty Cassells

      Kirsty Cassells

      May 17, 2022

      Well done Richard 👏👏


    • John Cassells

      John Cassells

      May 17, 2022

      well done!


    • Anonymous


      May 17, 2022

    • Nicola ferrier

      Nicola ferrier

      May 17, 2022

      Well done Richard 🥳


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    Rotary Club of Kinross & District

    Kinross, Scotland

    The Rotary Club of Kinross & District, part of Rotary International, is a volunteer organisation where members use their skills and time to improve the lives of other. Rotary are supporting Covid-19 vaccination and prevention efforts around the world.

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