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If I break the record again that would be a miracle, but that's not my goal this year,' she said smiling.
Maybe he will score two goals and break the record, which has lasted more than 24 years.
Even the judges claimed that they never actually thought there would be someone to break the record.
We knew we would break the record from our training," the two Limassolian athletes, both teachers, said after the event, expressing the belief that they can do even better and set the bar even higher for next time.
Samer Khallouf, head of records management team at Guinness World Records witnessed the event and said: "Initially, we challenged Majid Al Futtaim to break the record for the most people to contribute to a painted wooden block mosaic.
Rooney, who was taken off in the second half, hopes to break the record against Switzerland at Wembley on Tuesday night.
Ripken was a lifelong Maryland resident and getting to break the record before his hometown team made the event a remarkable experience for Orioles fans.
I am looking forward to Dubai Marathon as I love Dubai and the flat course will make it easier (hopefully) to break the record.
Among the students to break the record was grade five GEMS student Ayah Bait Jameel, who is half Morrocon and half Omani.
The record attempt was part of a global bid by waterparks across the world to break the record.
I was really inspired by Paul Tergat when he broke the world record here 10 years ago and I'm very happy that I was in a position to break the record on the same course.
Workers at the Igloo bar in Liverpool's Wood Street will bid to break the record for the most martinis made in three minutes.