Hundreds in bathing suits on ski slopes attempt world record

On Thursday, hundreds of skiers and snowboarders gathered on the slopes of the Rosa Khutor ski resort in Sochi, Russia, clad only in bathing suits in an attempt to set a world record for the largest swimwear parade on skis.

The scantily-clad revelers were gathered at Rosa Khutor for the second annual BoogelWoogel, which ran from Thursday to Sunday and — according to the Daily Mail — attracted around 20,000 people this year.

RELATED: Ski jumper travels over 831 feet, breaks world record

The end-of-season festival for the Sochi resort features a number of different activities to celebrate the onset of spring, including a “beach” volleyball contest on the slopes and pond skimming competitions.

But the marquee event of the weekend was undoubtedly the swimsuit ride.

This year, the resort hoped to break the Guinness World Record it set last year, when it brought 1,008 skiers and snowboarders dressed in their best swim attire to the Rosa Khutor slopes for BoogelWoogel.

While the results of this year’s world record attempt have yet to be confirmed by Guinness, the Daily Mail reports that the 2017 edition of BoogelWoogel drew around 1,200 riders.

For access to exclusive gear videos, celebrity interviews, and more, subscribe on YouTube!