Most coins stacked into a tower in 30 seconds

  1. coinsmover's attempt
    Rank
    14th
    Score
    41 coins
    41 of these French coins ( http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinq_francs_Semeuse_%281960%29 ) stacked into a tower in 30 seconds
    Entrant
    France coinsmover
  2. oddish196's attempt
    Rank
    15th
    Score
    38 coins
    Entrant
    United Kingdom oddish196
  3. coinsmover's attempt
    Rank
    15th
    Score
    38 coins
    Stacked into a tower 38 of these coins : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinq_francs_Semeuse_%281960%29
    Entrant
    France coinsmover
  4. coinsmover's attempt
    Rank
    15th
    Score
    38 coins
    Stacked 38 of these French coins measuring 29 mm diameter and 2 mm thickness : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinq_francs_Semeuse_%281960%29
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    France coinsmover
  5. coinsmover's attempt
    Rank
    16th
    Score
    36 coins
    I did 37 but am afraid that the last one doesn't count as it appears to be in the same time than the timer. You can find the propoerties of the coins I use (29 mm diameter and 2 mm thickness) on this link : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinq_francs_Semeuse_%281960%29
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    France coinsmover
  6. TheAuzFest's attempt
    Rank
    17th
    Score
    32 coins
    My attempt was at my house in Hendersonville,TN. I used a standard US gold coin. I placed 32 coins in a tower in 30 seconds! I want to be in the GWR book 2013 so bad!
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    United States TheAuzFest
  7. mrdaz3192's attempt
    Rank
    18th
    Score
    31 coins
    Entrant
    United Kingdom mrdaz3192
  8. Bharris14's attempt
    Rank
    19th
    Score
    28 coins
    My record attempt for the most coins stacked in 30 seconds. 28 coins but i did do it in only 28.4 seconds so i may improve it.
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    United Kingdom Bharris14
  9. greyson11's attempt
    Rank
    19th
    Score
    28 coins
    Entrant
    United States greyson11
  10. TheAuzFest's attempt
    Rank
    20th
    Score
    27 coins
    I attempted my challenge at my house in Hendersonville, TN. I used a standard U.S Gold Dollar-Coin. I placed 27 coins into a stack in 30 seconds. I hope i make it into the GWR book 2013!
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    United States TheAuzFest
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Score Name Country Comments Added
Rank
14th
Score
41 coins
coinsmover France France 0 0
Rank
15th
Score
38 coins
oddish196 United Kingdom United Kingdom 0 5
Rank
15th
Score
38 coins
coinsmover France France 0 2
Rank
15th
Score
38 coins
coinsmover France France 0 1
Rank
16th
Score
36 coins
coinsmover France France 0 1
Rank
17th
Score
32 coins
TheAuzFest United States United States 0 2
Rank
18th
Score
31 coins
mrdaz3192 United Kingdom United Kingdom 0 3
Rank
19th
Score
28 coins
Bharris14 United Kingdom United Kingdom 0 3
Rank
19th
Score
28 coins
greyson11 United States United States 0 3
Rank
20th
Score
27 coins
TheAuzFest United States United States 0 0

About This Challenge

The most coins stacked into a tower in 30 seconds is 51, achieved by Stephen Kish (UK) in Southsea, Portsmouth, UK, on 18 September 2012.

Challenge Rules

  • Any currency of coins may be used for this attempt, providing each coin has a maximum diameter of 30mm, and a maximum thickness of 3mm
  • At the start of the attempt, the challengers hand must be flat on the table, with the coins flat and separated on the stacking surface.
  • Coins are to be stacked, one at a time, using one hand only. The other hand must remain behind the back for the duration of the attempt.
  • Water, glue, and other adhesives or aids may not be used to help stabilise the tower.
  • The tower must remain standing for 5 seconds once the 30 second period is over for the attempt to be valid.

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    29 April @ 1pm GMT

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