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WORLD RECORDS

Nov. 19, 2007
Nov. 19, 2007

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Nov. 19, 2007

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WORLD RECORDS

They're a bit out of their element, but Suzannah Sorrell's huskies (above) didn't mind their trip to the beach. Sorrell, who lives in Welborne, England, and her four-dog team set a world record for the fastest 100-meter dogsled on sand (11.65 seconds), in Holkham, England. Sorrell wasn't the only person who celebrated Guinness World Records Day (last Thursday) with a peculiar feat. Manjit Singh (left) pulled a London bus 3.7 meters with his ears, Vittorio Brumotti (right) jumped 20 hurdles on his bike and Jackie Bibby (bottom) of Dublin, Texas, bathed with 87 rattlesnakes.

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