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Rhett Creighton ’02 rests at the end of the Infinite Corridor while attempting to enshrine his name in the Guinness Book of World Records by setting a new mark for the longest continuous crawl. Sixteen hours into the attempt, a Guinness official disqualified Creighton for four technicalities including allowing his stomach to touch the floor, according to Kevin A. Simmons ’98. Following the ruling, Creighton gave up the exhausting task which he would have been required to start over. “I am a failure,” says Creighton, “but I thank everyone who kept me going.” The still-standing record for the longest crawl stretches 31.44 miles. Creighton completed 78 lengths of the Infinite Corridor, about ten miles.