Guinness World Records Honors Outrageous Athletic Achievements with Wacky Sporting Champions e-Book
Fastest 100m on a space hopper
The women's record for the fastest 100 m space hopper race is 39.88 sec and was set by Dee McDougall (UK) at the University of St Andrews, Fife, UK on September 26, 2004.
Fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon
The fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon is 2 hr 45 min 40 sec and was achieved by Natalie Bent (UK), at the 2010 World Bog Snorkeling Triathlon, Llanwrtyd Wells, United Kingdom, on July 11, 2010.
Longest running shin-kicking contest
The longest-running shin-kicking competition has taken place since 1636, as part of Robert Dover’s (UK) Cotswold Olimpicks, held in England, UK, since 1612.
About Guinness World Records:
Guinness World Records (GWR) is the global authority on record-breaking achievements. First published in 1955, the annual Guinness World Records™ book has become one of the biggest-selling copyright titles of all time, selling 120 million copies to date in 22 languages and in more than 100 countries. The internationally renowned brand is now also available across a number of platforms – GWR’s global television shows are watched by 250 million viewers annually; digital media and online record-processing services attract more than 50 million visitors a year; and the live events team annually entertains and inspires 1.5 million people around the world. GWR receives more than 1,000 applications each week and has a specialized team of multi-language record managers and adjudicators who travel the globe to verify official record attempts. GWR also has a commercial division (Guinness World Records Corporate) that offers accessible record-breaking business solutions to other organizations and brands.
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