Monday, October 11, 2010

Okinawa's Guinness Tug-O-War: The Rope (Photos)

The rope used in Okinawa's Guinness World Record Tug-O-War weighs over forty tons.  It is placed on HWY 58 the morning of the event and the road is closed during the actual tug.  There are two halves to the rope with a loop on each end, one is considered male, the other, female.

The photos below will give you an idea of the size and how the monster is assembled.

Okinawa, Japan has held the Guinness World Record for the largest Tug-O-War rope made from natural fibers since 1977.  More details coming as I process photos and continue the research.

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