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).

Anna man set Guinness world record for deep voice

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ANNA, IL (KFVS) - Lots of people try to break Guinness Book of World Records, but have you ever met someone who's actually done it? Roger Menees of Anna is now the record holder for the "lowest note recorded by a human voice."

Roger Menees says he's always been known for his low-singing voice, and now, after two attempts, he can finally say he holds a world record for the deep sound.

Whether it's in church or bands, Roger has been singing most of his life. His friends and family knew his deep voice stood out from the rest and encouraged him to try for the Guinness record.

"I never heard another bass singer sing lower than me,"Menees said. "I thought if I'm going to do this, I'd better do it now."

What's more? While we think he sounds pretty low, Roger says he was pretty congested during the interview. He also says the record-holding sound would actually require a special bass microphone to even hear it.

"The record gets down below singing voice," he said.

Guinness also required Roger to have two college music professors be present when he recorded the low note. Roger says he'll now use his voice to get back to gospel singing, but he'll be ready to try again for the title if someone else tries to beat his world record.

"When God gives you the honor to have this ability to have a low-voice, then it's up to me to practice it up and exercise it," he said. "It doesn't seem to be out of the normal for me though, something God gave me to do."

Roger said proving you have the Guinness record is a very timely process.

You need patience and diligence. Just as soon as he made the first attempt, someone else had mailed in a recording and beat the old record, so he had to do it again.

It was with mixed emotions Roger beat the record of one of his favorite singers, J. D. Sumner who sang bass sometimes with Elvis Presley.


Most people bouncing on space hoppers at once set World Record

At 2pm on Sunday 20th June on Upper Mount St, Dublin 2, outside the Pepper Canister Church, at least 1,500 people established a new world record for the most people bouncing on space hoppers at once.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

A space hopper, also known as a skippyball, kangaroo ball, bouncer, hoppity hop, or hop ball, is a rubber ball (similar to an exercise ball) with handles which allow one to sit on it without falling off. The goal is to hop around with it, using the elastic properties of the ball to move forward.

The term "space hopper" is more common in the UK; the toy is less familiar in the United States, and may be known as a "hoppity hop" or some other name. A similar toy popular in the U.S. in the 1980s was the pogo ball, which has a hard plastic ring encircling the ball instead of a handle.

World's greatest wing-walker set World Record by Ashley Battles

A Tulsa, Okla., woman set a new world endurance record by wing walking four hours above San Francisco on a World War II-era biplane, observers say.

Wearing an iPod, Ashley Battles stood, walked, stretched and danced to Christian music from noon to 4 p.m. on the 33-foot wing of a Super 450 Boeing Stearman, breaking the previous wing-walking record of 3 hours, 23 minutes set by a Frenchman in 1990, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Sunday.
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"Just knowing I am now the world's greatest wing-walker, it was so overwhelming I started crying," Battles, 27, said after disembarking at Gnoss Field Airport Saturday, in Novato. "But I'll tell you, every part of my body aches. Even my eyes are swollen,"

Battles reportedly endured hurricane-force winds, frigid temperatures and bugs, but she said her biggest worry was birds.

"One bird is all it takes to kill me," she said. "The force would just crush everything in my body. I get covered with millions of bugs, but I hold my breath every time I see a bird."

Battles studied at Oklahoma State University to be a pilot but became bored and turned to wing-walking, the newspaper said.

"It was like a light went on. I knew I was meant to do this," she said. "But it's so hard up there. I hope I make it look easy. And now I'm fortunate to be the very best at what I do."

Non Stop TV Watching set Guinness World Record by Joanne and Alanah Argyrou

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Joanne and Alanah Argyrou, 22 and 24, set a new world record on Thursday after watching non stop 87 hours of uninterrupted television.

The women from Sydney's inner west called it quits about 6:00am AEST after beating the previous record of 86 hours held by Dutchman Efraim van Oeveren.

The feat still needs to be verified by officials from Guinness World Records, but organisers are confident the record will be recognised.

The sisters, self-professed soccer fanatics, outlasted two other couch potatoes: Tim Chan and Joel Martinot.

In between live World Cup matches, most of which are broadcast in the early hours of the morning, the competitors had a choice of watching recorded matches or soccer documentaries.

They were monitored by a team of officials who ensured the girls did not take their eyes off the screen for more than five seconds.

They were allocated one five-minute break every hour and were allowed no more than five cups of coffee per day.

The Argyrou sisters are now at home having a well-deserved rest.

Most People Dressed as Pirates set world Record - Pirate Festival 2010

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Most People Dressed as Pirates in One Place set Guinness world Record 2010

A pirate festival in California hopes to have set a world record for the most people dressed as pirates in one place - with over 2,000 pirates coming together for a vast pirate-off.

The attempt to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for the most costumed pirates in one place took place on Saturday, when nearly 2,300 pirates registered at the fourth annual Northern California Pirate Festival in Vallejo.

The attempt to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for the most costumed pirates in one place took place on Saturday, when nearly 2,300 pirates registered at the fourth annual Northern California Pirate Festival in Vallejo.

Festival spokesperson Shannon Damnavits said that each pirate had to wear a red wristband, stand in one place for 10 minutes and be photographed in order for Guinness to officially recognize the pirate conglomeration.

The current title world record holder is England's own Brixham, where a gathering of 1,722 pirates was recorded.