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Zagreb Crowd Breaks Mexican Wave Record to Enter Guinness Book

Croatia15,000 fans of Croatian ice hockey side Medveščak have packed out Zagreb’s Arena on Sunday night to witness their team notch up their 16th KHL vicotry of the season, and to enter the Guinness Book of Records…

Medveščak beat Russia’s Vitjaz 4:2, with their passionate fans breaking a world record in the process. 15,000 fans performed the Mexican wave continuously for 15 minutes and 3 seconds, breaking the previous timed record of 6:54, which was set in an Australian basketball match in 2011 by 300 people.

“It’s really surreal that fans for 15 minutes done the Mexican wave in the arena. It was really fun to play in such conditions,” said Medveščak player Mark Dekanich.

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