Kiwis bid to reclaim haka world record
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New Zealanders attempt world's largest haka in Rotorua

Around 7,800 New Zealanders have joined forces in Rotorua to attempt the world's largest haka.

The current Guinness World Record - set in France in 2014 - stands at just over 4,000 people.

Everyone taking part in the traditional Maori war dance was given a ticket, and the attempt was watched from the sky.

While the record will take months to verify, organisers are confident that they smashed it.

  • 17 Jun 2017
  • From the section Asia
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