Record broken!


Krista Fields, bottom, center, left, 14, daughter of Leslie and Earl Fields, and next to her Anna Brady, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Frank and Lisa Brady, open drink cans along with over 2,000 other people to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

Krista Fields, bottom, center, left, 14, daughter of Leslie and Earl Fields, and next to her Anna Brady, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Frank and Lisa Brady, open drink cans along with over 2,000 other people to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.


Students gather to attempt to break the world record.


Stolle Machinery employees lift cans for a group photo after taking part in the Guinness World Record event at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wedensday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.


Talking after the world record for number of drink cans opened simultaneously was made, are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet, Stolle Machinery operations director Erica Paul, of Botkins, Guiness World Records adjudicator Michael Empric, of New York, and Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst. Paul was given a plaque recognizing that the Shelby-Sidney Bicentennial Committee broke the record on Wednesday, Sept. 18.


Hoisting their open cans of water into the air are, left to right, Matt Brautigam, 18, son of Amy and Jim Brautigam, Quinton Skelly, 16, son of Shurie Edwards and Tim Skelly, both of Sidney, Jamie Whitman, of DeGraff, and Nathan Christian, of Piqua. The four took part in the breaking of the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.


Cans were given special labels commemorating the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.


Dylan Nathenson, 15, of Sidney, son of Laura Johnson, attempts to balance on his head one of the cans distributed for a Guinness World Record can opening attempt. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.


The Sidney Memorial Stadium scoreboard announces that the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial Committee had made a new Guinness world record.


Sidney students lift their cans of water after breaking the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools. A story on the event will appear later.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney students lift their cans of water after breaking the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools. A story on the event will appear later.

Krista Fields, bottom, center, left, 14, daughter of Leslie and Earl Fields, and next to her Anna Brady, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Frank and Lisa Brady, open drink cans along with over 2,000 other people to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_5968.jpgKrista Fields, bottom, center, left, 14, daughter of Leslie and Earl Fields, and next to her Anna Brady, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Frank and Lisa Brady, open drink cans along with over 2,000 other people to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

Students gather to attempt to break the world record.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_0307.jpgStudents gather to attempt to break the world record.

Stolle Machinery employees lift cans for a group photo after taking part in the Guinness World Record event at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wedensday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_0324.jpgStolle Machinery employees lift cans for a group photo after taking part in the Guinness World Record event at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wedensday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

Talking after the world record for number of drink cans opened simultaneously was made, are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet, Stolle Machinery operations director Erica Paul, of Botkins, Guiness World Records adjudicator Michael Empric, of New York, and Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst. Paul was given a plaque recognizing that the Shelby-Sidney Bicentennial Committee broke the record on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_0392.jpgTalking after the world record for number of drink cans opened simultaneously was made, are, left to right, Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet, Stolle Machinery operations director Erica Paul, of Botkins, Guiness World Records adjudicator Michael Empric, of New York, and Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst. Paul was given a plaque recognizing that the Shelby-Sidney Bicentennial Committee broke the record on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Hoisting their open cans of water into the air are, left to right, Matt Brautigam, 18, son of Amy and Jim Brautigam, Quinton Skelly, 16, son of Shurie Edwards and Tim Skelly, both of Sidney, Jamie Whitman, of DeGraff, and Nathan Christian, of Piqua. The four took part in the breaking of the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_6027.jpgHoisting their open cans of water into the air are, left to right, Matt Brautigam, 18, son of Amy and Jim Brautigam, Quinton Skelly, 16, son of Shurie Edwards and Tim Skelly, both of Sidney, Jamie Whitman, of DeGraff, and Nathan Christian, of Piqua. The four took part in the breaking of the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

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Cans were given special labels commemorating the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_6107.jpgCans were given special labels commemorating the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

Dylan Nathenson, 15, of Sidney, son of Laura Johnson, attempts to balance on his head one of the cans distributed for a Guinness World Record can opening attempt. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_6124.jpgDylan Nathenson, 15, of Sidney, son of Laura Johnson, attempts to balance on his head one of the cans distributed for a Guinness World Record can opening attempt. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools.

The Sidney Memorial Stadium scoreboard announces that the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial Committee had made a new Guinness world record.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_6198.jpgThe Sidney Memorial Stadium scoreboard announces that the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial Committee had made a new Guinness world record.

Sidney students lift their cans of water after breaking the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools. A story on the event will appear later.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_SDN091919Record-2.jpgSidney students lift their cans of water after breaking the Guinness World Record for most drink cans opened at once. The record was set at the Sidney Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The event was a joint effort by Stolle Machinery, the Shelby County Ohio Bicentennial volunteers, and Sidney City Schools. A story on the event will appear later. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News