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“If anybody wants to beat me, let them run a world record.” – Steve Prefontaine

Guinness World Records Day – Changes Annually

Guinness World Records Day goes back to November 10, 1951, when Sir Hugh Beaver, the manager of Guinness Breweries in Ireland, got into an argument about the fastest game bird in Europe. Because there were no available references to help him win his case, he decided the world needed a book of records. The Guinness Book of World Records was first published in 1955. Years later in 2004, the first-ever Guinness

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