New table tennis circuit world record officially recognizedLukas Ziemann (r.) and Alexander Schilling with RID certificate Photo: MaJo photo
Now it is official: The Record Institute for Germany (RID) has officially recognized the new table tennis circuit world record set by Borussia Düsseldorf on 5th June 2019 with 2,074 participants.
Düsseldorf elementary school students of the third and fourth school years had played in the Merkur Spiel-Arena Düsseldorf at the SingPong event 15 minutes at 105 tables table tennis circuit. The record champion had achieved the previous record only a year ago at the same site with 1,252 players.
The new record for the "largest table tennis circuit different tables" has now been recognized as a world record and certified with the presentation of an official RID record certificate. The record institute for Germany has also published a report on the website www.rekord-institut.org and made a record of the world record in the RID record archive. In addition, participants can use the RID website to order personalized documents as of now.
The record institute for Germany collects and reviews top achievements of all kinds and recognizes world records. An RID record is an effort that is accomplished for the first time or enhances existing performance and is interesting enough to attract public interest and be the subject of a competition. A RID record requires special skills, must always be measurable and comparable, and reach dimensions above the norm in the evaluation criteria, such as quantity, size, number, speed.