Oklahomans Try To Set Record For 'Hamster Ball' Racing
TULSA, Oklahoma - Hundreds of people are trying to roll into the record books - using giant hamster balls. Six hundred people suited up Saturday for Zorb racing.
They rolled inside giant inflatable balls along an obstacle course.
The owner of a Tulsa Chick-Fil-A organized the race to raise money for local charities and break the world record for most people in a Zorb ball in one day.
Arthur Greeno says enough people signed up to potentially break the world record - but it's still undetermined.
The group gave a sneak peak of the fun at Friday night's Bixby High School football game against Broken Arrow. The Chick-Fil-A cow mascot competed with the Bixby Spartan and BA Tiger mascots.