They’ve done it!
Thousands of New Zealanders have come together to smash the world record for the biggest Haka ever.
A total of 7770 people converged on a field in Rotorua on Saturday, proudly taking back the title from France, who previously broke it with 4100 people.
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Fascinating vision of the world record attempt was posted to YouTube by Paulie Tex, showing the crowd proudly stomping their feet.
The Haka is a Maori ceremonial war dance which is often performed by New Zealand sports teams’ before matches.