Fattest woman in the world

Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment.

World's Longest Moustache - Longest beard in the world

Ram Singh Chauhan (india) has the longest moustache in the world at 14ft (4.29m). Below is a picture of Ram and his amazing facial hair.

World’s biggest crocodile in Philippines

A small Philippine town on the southern island of Mindanao has laid claim to capturing the world’s largest crocodile, measured at 21 feet by Australian zoologist Adam Britton.

World's dirtiest man

Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

World's biggest arms

The world's largest biceps belong to Mostafa Ismail (Egypt) and were measured for left arm flexed at 64.77 cm (25.5 in) and non-flexed 62.23 cm (24.5 in) and for right arm flexed at 63.5 cm (25 in) and non-flexed 60.96 cm (24 in).

World's Fastest Motorcycle - Suzuki Hayabusa

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Suzuki Hayabusa designed by Suzuki is the fastest motorcycle in the world. 1300CC engine produces 175 horsepower and has a speed limit up to 189 mph. Hayabusa means Peregrine Falcon and also known as the GSX1300R in some countries. first introduced by Suzuki motorcycle in 1999. Have a 1340 cc (81.7 cu in) inline-4 engine and are consistently tested as the production of the fastest motorcycles in the world. yg 2008 model year sold U.S. $ 11,999.

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Also called - GSX-1300R-X (1999), GSX-1300R-Y (2000), GSX-1300R-K1–K7

Production - 1999–2007


1,299 cc (79.3 cu in), 4-stroke inline-four, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve, compression ratio 11:1, Keihin/Denso fuel Injection, wet sump

Bore / Stroke
81.0 mm × 63.0 mm (3.19 in × 2.48 in)

Top speed
1999 188–194 mph (303–312 km/h) 2000–2007 186 mph (299 km/h), See performance and measurements

171.1 bhp (128 kW) Rear wheel 151.5–162.6 bhp (113–121 kW) bhp @ 9500–9750 rpm, See performance and measurements


93.4–99.6 lb•ft (126.6–135.0 N•m) @ 6750–7000 rpm, See performance and measurements

6-speed, constant mesh, #532 chain drive

Front Inverted telescopic fork, fully adjustable spring preload, 14-way adjustable rebound damping and 13-way adjustable compression damping. Rear Link-type, gas/oil damped, fully adjustable spring preload, 22-way adjustable compression & rebound damping

Front 6-pot Tokico calipers on 320 mm stainless steel discs. Rear Single hydraulic disc

Bridgestone Battlax BT56 Front 120/70-ZR-17, Rear 190/50-ZR-17

Rake, Trail
24.2°, 3.8 in (97 mm)

Wheelbase 1,485 mm (58.5 in)

Dimensions L 2,140 mm (84.3 in) W 740 mm (29.1 in) H 1,155 mm (45.5 in)

Seat height 805 mm (31.7 in)

Weight - See performance and measurements 215–242 kg (470–530 lb) (dry), 250–255.3 kg (551–563 lb) (wet)

Fuel capacity - 21 L (5.5 US gal) (California 19 L (5.0 US gal))

Fuel consumption - '99 37 mpg-US (6.4 L/100 km), 38.5 mpg-US (6.11 L/100 km) '05 32 mpg-US (7.4 L/100 km)

World's Youngest Mother in the World - Lina Medina

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Lina Medina, 1933 born in Ticrapo, Huancavelica Region, Peru is the youngest confirmed mother in medical history, giving birth at the age of five years, seven months and 21 days.

Medina was brought to a hospital by her parents at the age of five years due to increasing abdominal size. She was originally thought to have had a tumor, but her doctors determined she was in her seventh month of pregnancy.

A month and a half later, on May 14, 1939, she gave birth to a boy by a caesarean section necessitated by her small pelvis. The surgery was performed by Dr. Lozada and Dr. Busalleu, with Dr. Colareta providing anaesthesia. Her case was reported in detail by Dr. Edmundo Escomel in the medical journal La Presse Médicale, including the additional details that her menarche had occurred at eight months of age and that she had prominent breast development by the age of four. By age five, her figure displayed pelvic widening and advanced bone maturation.

Medina's son weighed 2.7 kg at birth and was named Gerardo after her doctor. Gerardo was raised believing that Medina was his sister, but found out at the age of 10 that she was his mother. He grew up healthy but died in 1979 at the age of 40 of a disease of the bone marrow.

World's youngest Living Mother Chinese schoolgirl sets world record

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A nine-year-old schoolgirl gave birth, on January 27, by Caesarean section, to a healthy boy weighing 6lb (2.75 kilograms) - setting the world record for the Youngest Living Mother.

The unnamed girl was brought to a hospital in Changchun, which lies in the north-east of the country, when she was eight and a half months pregnant.

Her family - said to be from Songyuan in north east China - has refused to discuss the pregnancy but said they had reported it to police. In Songyuan, sex with a child under the age of 14 attracts a mandatory rape conviction and jail sentence, the Daily Mail reported.

Police were reportedly trying to find out who the baby's father was. A nurse told the City Evening News the girl "looked very mature" but it was not known how she had become pregnant.

In Shanghai, China's largest city, one hospital recently said that about 30% of abortions were carried out on school-aged girls.

China has launched a nationwide campaign to preserve the innocence of its children, banning any sexual content from the internet. Secondary school pupils are often suspended or expelled if they are suspected of having sexual relationships.

However, critics point out that there is a need for proper sexual education in order to combat the fast-rising number of teenage abortions.

Last year, a clinic in the central city of Chongqing was criticised after advertising half-price abortions for anyone with a student card. Advertisements for "Student Care Month" showed a schoolgirl wearing uniform, saluting and saying: "I am a student, I have special rights".

The Guinness world record for the Youngest Mother in recorded history was set by Lina Medina, a five-year-old girl from Pisco, Peru.

On Mother’s Day in 1939, when Lina was just under 5 years and 8 months old, her baby was delivered by cesarean section. It was a healthy 6 pound baby boy, and was named Gerardo after the doctor who originally diagnosed Lina’s pregnancy, Dr. Gérado Lozada.
In 1957 another Peruvian girl, aged nine, gave birth to a girl weighing just over 6lb and, curiously, it was in 2006 that yet another Peruvian girl, aged eight, gave birth to a 4lb 4oz girl. Several other girls aged nine, from Thailand, Singapore, Rwanda and Brazil, have also given birth. Mothers aged as young as 10 and 11 have also become an increasing occurrence.

Source: worldrecordsacademy

World's Largest Wine Bottle set world record by China

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A Chinese company has claimed the world record for the largest ever bottle of wine.

According to the Croatian Times, the 1,850 litre bottle from Wang Chen Wines in Liaoning, Northern China contains treble the volume of the previous record holder from Austria.

A company spokesman said: "We are very proud and the wine is very good. We have all had a glass from the bottle to celebrate."
The bottle of claret is a full 15ft high when upright.China makes 'world's largest wine bottle'

Adventurer Sets Sea Trial for World Record Human-Powered Ocean Crossing from Canada to Hawaii

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February 4, 2010 -- Speaker-adventurer Greg Kolodziejzyk, the holder of two world records, will attempt to become the first person ever to travel from Canada to Hawaii under his own power. Using a custom designed pedal-powered boat christened ‘WiTHiN,’ Greg will begin his epic 4,800 km (3,000 mile) journey from Tofino, B.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii on July 1, 2010. His solo trip is expected to take between 50 to 80 days. This February 15th Greg will conduct a sea trial off the coast of Victoria, B.C., to further test WiTHiN. The Discovery Channel is documenting the project for future broadcast.
Greg already holds two human-powered world records. One is for the most distance covered by human power on land (1,041 km/647 miles). The other record is for the greatest distance covered by human power in one day on water (245 km/152 miles). For this record attempt in July, which he’s dubbed ‘Pedal The Ocean,Greg will pedal unassisted for up to 16 hours per day. All alone he will battle storms at sea, and risk capsizing, as he pedals through one of the most desolate stretches of ocean on the planet.

Greg is undertaking this daunting challenge to inspire young people to be more physically active, and to raise money for a related cause; Kimberlee's Bikes for Kids. For every mile Greg pedals across the ocean, Kimberlee's Bikes for Kids will donate one bicycle to a child who can't afford one. If he makes it all the way to Hawaii it could mean 3,000 bikes for 3,000 kids! Individuals, corporations and others are encouraged to help by pledging $50 for each mile pedaled at pedaltheocean.com/charity.php. Every $50 raised buys a bicycle for a child.

Human Ocean Crossing video

"This will be the most difficult and dangerous world record attempt I have ever pursued," said Kolodziejzyk, age 48. "It will be the ultimate test of human power. Through it, I hope to inspire others to do both extraordinary and ordinary things every day using their own power. Tapping into our human power is good for the environment, essential for our health, and it sends the right message about physical activity to our children."

For the last four years, Greg has been planning ‘Pedal The Ocean’ and building and ocean-testing his craft. Designed by world record-winning naval architect Stuart Bloomfield, and Pedal The Ocean chief engineer Rick Willoughby, the small boat is made of carbon fiber. In good conditions it is capable of traveling up to 8-9 Kilometers Per Hour (kph).

Source: prweb