'Achievement and Initiatives'

First Player with More Than 12000 Runs & 300 Wickets in ODI

Posted by admin 16 May 2016 Comments Off
First Player with More Than 12000 Runs & 300 Wickets in ODI

The World Record of ‘first player with more than 12000 runs and 300 wickets in ODI cricket’ has been achieved by Mr. Sanath Jayasuriya from Sri Lanka.

Mr. Jayasuriya has scored more than 12000 runs and took 300 wickets during the ODI cricket career (Dec 26, 1989- Jun 28, 2011).

First Batsman to Have Two Consecutive 150 Scores in ODI

Posted by admin 10 Apr 2016 Comments Off
First Batsman to Have Two Consecutive 150 Scores in ODI

The World Record of ‘first batsman to have two consecutive 150 plus scores in one day international cricket’ has been achieved by Mr. Sanath Jayasuriya from Sri Lanka.

During two successive cricket matches viz. last ODI: Natwest series against England (July 01, 2006) and 1st ODI against Netherlands (July 04, 2006) Left Handed batsman Mr. Jayasuriya scored 150 plus runs.

Highest Number of Ten Wicket Hauls in Cricket Test Matches

Posted by admin 05 Apr 2016 Comments Off
Highest Number of Ten Wicket Hauls in Cricket Test Matches

The World Record of ‘highest number of Ten wicket hauls in cricket test matches’ has been achieved by Mr. Muttiah Muralitharan from Sri Lanka.

During the international test cricket career (Aug 28, 1992 – July 18, 2010); Mr. Muralitharan achieved the 10 wicket hauls Twenty Two (22) times. He is the only player to take 10 wickets per match against every Test playing nation.

Most Consecutive Printing of a Magazine with Decorative Cover Page

Posted by admin 03 Apr 2016 Comments Off
Most Consecutive Printing of a Magazine with Decorative Cover Page

The World Record of ‘most consecutive printing of a magazine with decorative cover page’ has been achieved by Sarjanhar from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

Till Jan 04, 2019; the magazine has printed the Diwali issue of magazine with unique decorative cover page for consecutive Eleven (11) years. In 11th Diwali special issue, cover page is depicting the Mahalakshami ji from Kolhapur temple.

Mr. Bhavesh N. Mirani is editor of the magazine.

Longest control of Table Tennis Ball

Posted by admin 02 Apr 2016 Comments Off
Longest control of Table Tennis Ball

The World Record of ‘longest control of a table tennis ball with a bat’ has been achieved by Mr. Steve Petrick from Brooklyn, New York, USA.

On Sept 22 , 2014; Mr. Petrick controlled the ball with a tennis bat for 4 hours, 56 minutes.

Largest Session on Oral Hygiene

Posted by admin 28 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Largest Session on Oral Hygiene

The World Record of ‘largest session on oral hygiene’ has been jointly achieved by Dr. Tousif Anwar from Jakarta, Indonesia.

On May 19, 2014, Six Hundred Forty (640) participants attended the session on oral hygiene.

Hand-made Miniature Cricket Stadium

Posted by admin 28 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Hand-made Miniature  Cricket Stadium

The World Record of creating ‘hand-made miniature cricket stadium’ has been achieved by Mr. Shaminder Singh from Coventry, West Midland, UK.

On Aug 28, 2015; Mr. Singh made the miniature replica of cricket stadium with the dimensions of 6x6x2.5 feet.

The stadium has been built in memory of cricketer Phillip Hughes.

Longest Tail Light Sitting Bike Riding

Posted by admin 26 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Longest Tail Light Sitting  Bike Riding

The World Record of ‘longest tail light sitting bike riding’ has been jointly achieved by Prosenjit Nr Deb and Sanjeevan Kumar at New Delhi, India.

On Oct 17, 2018; Mr. Prosenjit and Sanjeevan, BSF’s ‘Janbaz’ group members, rode the bike in tail light sitting posture for 143.4 Kilometers in 03H: 21M: 58S during an event organized at 25 Bn BSF, RK Wadhwa Parade Ground, Chhawla Camp, New Delhi.

Fastest 100 Meters Sprint on Crutches

Posted by admin 25 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Fastest 100 Meters Sprint on Crutches

The World Record of ‘Fastest 100 meters sprint on crutches’ has been achieved by Mr. Tameru Zegeye from Fürth, North Bavaria, Germany.

As on March 2014, Mr. Tameru Zegeye a differently-abled person run 100 meters race by balancing his hands on crutches.

Half Marathon Run Performed Quotidianly for Most Consecutive Days

Posted by admin 23 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Half Marathon Run Performed Quotidianly for  Most Consecutive Days

The World Record of ‘half marathon run performed quotidianly for most consecutive days’ has been achieved by Dinesh Sule from Rau-Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

During Jun 04 – Aug 02, 2018; Dinesh did half marathon run (21.0975 km) quotidianly for consecutive Sixty (60) days.