world record


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Noun1.world record - the best record in the whole world
record - an extreme attainment; the best (or worst) performance ever attested (as in a sport); "he tied the Olympic record"; "coffee production last year broke all previous records"; "Chicago set the homicide record"
Translations
maailmanennätys
record du monde
heimsmet
primato mondialerecord del mondorecord mondiale
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In his message on social networking site twitter Bilawal said, 'Did you know Sindh beat the Guinness world record of world record for most mangroves planted in a single day back in 2009?
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani athlete Irfan Mehsood had achieved his ninth Guinness World Records title for the most contact knee strikes in one minute (alternate legs).
Another new world record was set for Mark Justiniani.
We found the weed just a few days before my 40th birthday and it's always been an ambition of mine to break a world record - it's the best present I could ever have hoped for
81 seconds on the tight turnaround between semis and final, said the day's rest gives him hope of breaking his seven-year-old world record of 19.
Toby added: "Most world records seem to be set by adults so it's cool that we discovered this plant together and that I get to be a Guinness World Record holder too.
Having broken the world record in Monday morning's heats, the 18-year-old triple world record-holder knocked 2.
The Carmarthenshire town saw both young and old donning snowman costumes as they aimed to break the Guinness World Record currently held by a town in Shropshire, which saw 333 people dress up as snowmen.
A second world record was established for the longest selfie relay when 289 participants joined hands to generate sheer excitement at the Motor Village.
After setting the Guinness World Record for the Deepest Scuba Dive in September, Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr says he plans to break another world record in February 2014.
But the Vienna-based athlete has done well not only to fight back but also set his sights on his 34th world record at the end of April 2015.
Fazza Freediving Champion, Branko Petrovic, will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest breath-hold underwater also known as static apnea next month.

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