Absolutely funny! Guinness World Records! A Japanese man, Katsumi Tamakoshi, sets world record for speed in the 100 meters on all fours. Amazing! See video!
“The cat rolled off the ledge but landed on all fours.“
Katsumi Tamakoshi, a high school student from Nagoya (central Japan), broke the record at the National Olympic Stadium Komazawa in Tokyo this past Thursday at the tenth anniversary celebration of Guinness World Records. Wooow!
Video: Guinness World Records Day 2014 – Fastest 100m on All Fours.
In other organized event on the day of the Guinness World Records, a group of over 750 students from Ibaraki Prefecture (center) set a new record making 4,880 paper planes in five minutes.
“Guinness World Records has been inspiring, engaging and entertaining since 1955.”
Guinness World Records values:
“Integrity: of our records, assessing claims with objectivity and enthusiasm, and free from prejudice or bias.
Respect: for our record holders and challengers, our business partners and our staff.
Inclusiveness: offering record breaking for everyone, everywhere.
Guinness World Records aims to inspire ordinary people to do extra-ordinarythings. Our mission is to entertain and inform, and to celebrate the world’s best.”
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Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!