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  • Happy Birthday fatima!!

    03/04/2011 8:48:46 PM PST · by Bradís Gramma · 133 replies
    Top Secret | March 4, 2011 | No One
    Happy Birthday fatima!!!
  • 417-pound man wants to set record as heaviest L.A. Marathon finisher

    02/08/2011 5:42:22 PM PST · by Beaten Valve · 18 replies
    Daily Breeze ^ | February 8, 2011 | Daily Breeze
    World record attempts for the heaviest person to complete a marathon and largest cheerleading dance will be made at the March 20 Los Angeles Marathon, race organizers announced today. Kelly Gneiting, of Ft. Defiance, Ariz., a 410-pound statistician at the Ft. Defiance Indian Hospital, will try to enter the Guinness World Records as the heaviest marathon finisher. Gneiting completed the 2008 marathon in 11 hours, 52 minutes, 11 seconds, but was not credited with the record because he did not follow the Guinness requirements. Guinness requirements state that Gneiting must be weighed immediately before and immediately after the race and...
  • Most Pierced

    12/07/2004 9:14:30 PM PST · by FreedomCalls · 24 replies · 1,750+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | Tue Nov 16, 7:10 PM ET | Nicolas Asfouri
    Most pierced: Elaine Davidson, the most pierced woman in the world, shows off some of her 2,520 piercings at the 50th anniversary of the Guiness World Records in London . (AFP/Nicolas Asfouri)
  • Latvia claims world record in drinking

    12/19/2003 6:27:35 AM PST · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 8 replies · 647+ views
    Reuters ^ | December 19, 2003 | Reuters
    RIGA (Reuters) - Latvian police say a drunk picked up with around twice the blood-alcohol level considered deadly has probably set a world record but will wake with a hangover to match. The unidentified middle-aged man was unconscious but stable after a blood test showed 7.22 parts per million of alcohol, police spokeswoman Ieva Zvidre said. An average person would vomit at around 1.2, lose consciousness at 3.0 and stop breathing at a level of about 4.0 parts per million, Zvidre said, adding: "This is one for the Guinness Book of Records." Emergency ward head Martins Sics told reporters there...