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).

Aisha Al Hamoudi - UAE's shortest woman

Aisha Al Hamoudi - UAE's shortest woman

She might be just 88cm tall, but Emirati policewoman Aisha Al Hamoudi has huge dreams and an even bigger heart. Suchitra Bajpai Chaudhary meets her

The current world record for being the world's shortest living woman is held by 18-year-old Jyoti Amge of Nagpur, India, who measures just 62.7cm (24.7 inches).

Aisha has applied to the Guinness World Records to be listed as the world's shortest policewoman. The world's shortest living man is Nepal's Chandra Bahadur Dangi measuring 54.6cm (21.5 inches). www.guinnessworldrecords.com

Every morning, Aisha Ahmad Mohammad Al Hamoudi rises at 6am, offers prayers and gets ready for the office. By 7am she is on her way to work - the Al Bidiya Police Station in Fujairah - in the family car driven by her father Ahmad Al Hamoudi, a retired policeman.

Nothing extraordinary about this humdrum routine, except that the young woman in question stands just 88 centimetres tall, the average size of a three-year-old girl, and tips the scales at just 20kg.

"I accepted what God gave me with a smile because I think the Almighty has a plan for everyone. If he made me this height, he had plans to look after me," says Aisha, 31.

The eldest of seven siblings, Aisha realised she would never grow beyond this height as a child after a doctor diagnosed growth hormone deficiency. She is the only one among her brothers and sisters with this condition, caused by a lack of growth hormone produced by her pituitary gland.

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Dr Leila Denmark - US woman who was world's oldest doctor dies at 114

Dr Leila Denmark - US woman who was world's oldest doctor dies at 114

Family members say Dr Leila Denmark, who was the world's oldest practicing physician when she retired at age 103, has died in the US. She was 114. Denmark died on Sunday in Georgia.

Denmark began her pediatrics practice in her Atlanta home in 1931 and continued until her retirement in 2001.

Robert Young, senior consultant for gerontology for Guinness World Records, said Denmark was the world's fourth-oldest living person when she died.

Leila Denmark, the world’s oldest practising physician when she retired at age 103, has died, her family members said. She was 114.

Dr Denmark became the first resident physician at Henrietta Egleston Hospital for Children in Atlanta when it opened in 1928, said her grandson, Steven Hutcherson of Atlanta. She also admitted the first patient at the hospital, now part of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

She loved helping children and it showed in the way she would turn to the next family waiting to see her, Mr Hutcherson said.

“She would say, ‘Who is the next little angel?” he said.

Dr Denmark began her paediatrics practice in her home in Atlanta in 1931 and continued until her retirement in 2001.

That year, she earned the distinction of being the world’s oldest practising physician, said Robert Young, senior consultant for gerontology for Guinness World Records. She was also the world’s fourth-oldest living person when she died, Mr Young said.

Throughout her career, she always kept her office in or near her home, where children and their parents would show up at all hours in need of care, family members said.

“The kids would come in and she would spend as much time as she needed with the parents to help fix that baby or that child,” Mr Hutcherson said. “What she would do is figure out how to help them stay well.”

Helping children get well and stay well was challenging in Atlanta’s soot-stained air that darkened the sky during the Depression Era, relatives said.

She treated some of Atlanta’s poorest children as a volunteer at the Central Presbyterian Baby Clinic near the state capital in Atlanta, said her daughter, Mary Hutcherson. Mill workers and other poor people who had no other way to get medical care would bring their sick children to the clinic.

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Laura Trott wins omnium gold medal at World Championships 2012

Laura Trott wins omnium gold medal at World Championships 2012

Laura Trott has won the Track Cycling World Championships omnium to take Great Britain's fifth gold medal of the final event before the London Olympics.

Trott held a two-point lead over Australia's Annette Edmondson entering the last of the event's six disciplines, the 500 metres time-trial, at the Hisense Arena in Melbourne.
                           Laura Trott (centre) on the podium with her omnium gold medal

The Briton and Edmondson were head to head on the track in the final heat of the two-lap race and Trott finished first in 35.173 seconds to earn overall victory by three points.

One of the biggest potential stars of the London Olympics has broken cover in the grand manner here in the past two days. Laura Trott is an unmissable personality, a steely-nerved, effervescent pocket rocket from Hertfordshire, still only 19 years old, who wears union flag nail varnish, has an eye for a gap to match that of Mark Cavendish, and is continually asked whether she has vomited before or after competing.

Having driven the team pursuit trio to gold and a brace of world records on Thursday, Laura Trott clinched her second gold medal in three days here in the women's omnium in impressive style, and will – as of this moment – be the only Briton with a nailed-on chance of a brace of cycling golds this August. She is already a key player in the team, thanks to her indomitable attitude. "She's a great personality and that works to the benefit of the squad," says her coach Paul Manning. "It's infectious, it's a fun place to be and it makes it easier to put the hard work in front of them. With Laura around having sore legs is more fun."

There has been much discussion over the merits of the omnium, a new event in the Olympic schedule which combines endurance, sprint and solo disciplines for an overall classification. It has replaced a raft of older, more established events such as the individual pursuit and points race, but it does at least have a narrative over its two days, and it is growing as a spectacle as riders adapt to its varied demands. Most tellingly in British terms, the omnium is used as a development and talent identification event on the UK circuit, so that young aspiring riders become used to its demands.

Less than 24 hours after her team pursuit triumph on Thursday, Trott was back at the velodrome to start the omnium. By the end of Friday, she was leading, having won the flying 200m time trial, finished eighth in the points race – a dramatic improvement on the 17th that cost her a gold medal in the Olympic test event at the "Pringle" – and closed with victory in her signature event, the elimination, also known as "devil take the hindmost".

This discipline is a staple at local track leagues and involves the elimination of the last contestant every other lap. It calls for perfect delicate calculation of how much power to expend before a brutal final phase, the speed to surge from the back, while the ability to position oneself in the bunch and avoid being trapped at the back is critical. It should be a colossal crowd-pleaser in London and it is Trott's personal party piece. Somehow, she can find gaps where none seem to exist, somehow she finds the speed to zip up the back of the group.

Trott has been riding on a banked velodrome since she was taken to the Newport velodrome at "10 or 11", which has clearly helped build her skill, but her attitude is probably key. "You just have to be gutsy really, too many girls pussyfoot around and don't get stuck in enough. If there's a gap, why not take it? I'm only small and it's do or die in the elimination race – I mean what's going to happen is you're going to get eliminated and that's the race, isn't it? So you might as well try to get through a gap."

Overnight, she suffered with nerves, worrying about how she might contrive to lose, and she was already up and about when the drug testers made an early morning call. Day two saw her push ahead of her closest rival, the Australian Annette Edmondson, level overnight, with third in the individual pursuit to Edmondson's fourth.

The vomiting attack, caused by high stomach acid levels, which she finds goes with the hardest race efforts came here – and the pair then watched each other like hawks in the scratch race. By that time, it was a personal battle between the two, so their placings mattered less than the fact that Trott crossed the line one place ahead. Victory in the 500m time trial, with Edmondson second, sealed it.

Thanks to the natural maturing process and close attention to the bunched events – mainly through video sessions with Manning – Trott is improving at a dramatic rate, from 11th at last year's world championship to gold medallist at the European championship last autumn, and third place at the Olympic test event at the London velodrome. "By the time London comes around she will take some beating," said the head coach, Shane Sutton.

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World's biggest Easter bunny - World's biggest rabbit

World's biggest Easter bunny ૨૦૧૨ - World's biggest rabbit

 Meet the world's biggest Easter bunny, Darius the enormous Continental Giant, who weighs a whopping three-and-a-half stone and is 4ft 4in.

Darius, aged three, munches through an incredible 12 carrots a day to keep up his strength and fuel his amazing growth spurt.

He already held the title of world's biggest rabbit but has now smashed his own record after vets measured him a month ago and realised he had had grown another inch.

The 60-year-old, who also holds the Guinness World Record for Oldest Page Three Model, said: 'He is from a dynasty of giant rabbits and now he's smashed his own record and fittingly his birthday falls on April 8 - so he really is the Beast-er Bunny.

'He was officially measured by the vets last month and it's now been confirmed he's even bigger than before.

Ms Edwards, who splashed out £10k on surgery and diets to turn herself into a real-life Jessica Rabbit, said she was stunned by Darius who just kept growing.

She said: 'I think it's nice that the record is being kept in the family.

'Obviously his mum Amy died a couple of years ago and that was upsetting, but I think she would like to know her son had taken the record.

'People ask me what my secret is, but there really isn't one other than just treating them well and really looking after them.

A spokesman from Guinness World Records said: 'This is the biggest bunny in the world.

'Darius is bigger than all the previous record holding rabbits.

'It's unbelievable that a rabbit could grow to over 4ft long.'

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