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or rec′ord-hold`er,

a person or thing recognized for the accomplishment of a feat to a better or greater degree than any other.
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The Welsh dumbbell recordholder also beat Katherine Stokes during the attack in July last year in Barry.
Aspetar has become an ideal treatment and rehabilitation destination forelite athletes from Europe, including South African 400m world recordholder, Wayde van Niekerk, who was recently in Aspetar for treatment,fellow Icelandic footballers Eidur Gudjohnsen and Alfreo Finnbogason,Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland,Watford's Craig Cathcart, Sunderland's Younes Kaboul and Brugge'sAbdoulay Diaby have also visited the facility.
Crocodile Dundee, the 80s comedy smash hit starring Paul Hogan, is the surprise recordholder of the UK's biggest Christmas Day TV audience.
Roland-Jones counted Hashim Amla, the tourists' national recordholder for his unbeaten triplecentury on this same ground five years ago, Quinton de Kock and both openers as his victims in his maiden Test match spell.
He has been so busy creating more records and bigger and better stunts that he had not realised that a chap in Brazil was now the recordholder with 52 donuts.
World marathon recordholder Radcliffe, whose 2003 mark of 2hr 15min 25sec would be wiped out under the plans, said: "It's very hard to be told 'we don't value your record, we don't believe or respect it and we can't trust it.
The junior world recordholder had earlier claimed silver in the first leg of the competition with a throw of 82.
That was a first four-bend trial this year for the Kid," he said after the William Hill Derby third and Wimbledon track recordholder posted a quickest-of-theday 28.
This is almost PS3m more than the previous recordholder, Titanic.
2-mile world recordholder Radcliffe, who was running her final London Marathon having won the event three times.
In the finals, Khurram Inam, a South Asian Championship recordholder fired two rounds of 13 each to end with a total of 136/157.
The triple-jumper world recordholder, a former Olympic, World, Commonwealth and European champion, added: "The jury is still out on it, probably.