A group of nine people laced up their running shoes Saturday and attempted to set a new world record. Running the Anthem 5K might not be record-worthy, but running the race while juggling the whole way, that just might be.

The nine runners, members of the Boulder Juggling Club, used the 5K in Broomfield's Anthem neighborhood to try and set a world record for joggling, which, as you might have guessed, is juggling while running. The goal was to have a record number of jogglers in a race. Club member Bekah Smith said a video was shot of the jogglers, which will be sent to RecordSetter.com, the online source for accumulating world records contains many juggling feats. "At the moment, no one has attempted a record for this feat yet, so we basically got it as long as our evidence is approved," she said via email.

"We believe that this will be a tough record to break because, although there are many jogglers, the Boulder Juggling Club is big compared to many others. Our jogglers took ninth, 27th, 40th, 44th, 45th, 52nd, 56th, 78th and 84th place in the race overall."

The Anthem 5K, which is a qualifier for the Anthem Turkey Day 5K , started at Parkside Recreation Center in Anthem Highlands and took runners through the paths in the south area of the Anthem Highlands neighborhood. Full race results can be seen at webscorer.com/racedetails?raceid=15527. For more information on the Anthem Turkey Day 5K, which is Nov. 28, go to http://3wraces.com/anthem-turkey-day-5k.html.

For more information about the Boulder Juggling Club and joggling, go to boulderjuggling.com.

See more photos, video at BroomfieldEnterprise.com.

GOING FOR THE RECORD: Jesse Carpenter joggles, juggles while running, during the Anthem 5K Saturday. (David R. Jennings / Broomfield Enterprise)