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As part of this latest event to be held at the Lynnwood Bowl and Skate bowling center, guests to the venue will have the opportunity to both have their caricature drawn by Steven Hartley or simply attend and watch as he attempts to break the unofficial world record. There is a $10 fee for any guests who wish to have their caricature completed, and a $5 fee for those who simply want to attend to watch the festivities unfold.
The benefits were there for all to see at the Laoshan Velodrome in west Beijing as the British trio became the first team to dip under the 43-second barrier on a 250-metres track - an unofficial world record in an event raced over three laps regardless of the length of the track.
That was unofficial world record in an event which is raced over three laps regardless of the length of the track.
The Superlambana tour was all done by 4.50pm on Saturday - an unofficial world record of 18 hours 50 minutes.
STEPHEN Miller has finalized preparations for Beijing by throwing an unofficial world record in the club event at the cerebral palsy national championships.
Danes are reportedly unofficial world record holders in the consumption of organic milk as every fourth litre of milk sold in Denmark is labelled organic.
"I think my students and I are holding the unofficial world record in distance education.
Deeside AC's Beverley Jones, 27, from Mancot, goes in the T38 100m, an event in which she has set an unofficial world record of 14.23s, her personal best for the sprint.
I just don't feel like it." But he fought his way up and his great run of scores culminated in a head- to- head shoot -- Narang beat Bindra with an unofficial world record score of 703.6 on his way to four gold medals.
That beat the unofficial world record of 13 minutes 42 seconds set in 1959 by Canadian Robert Foster.
It was declared an unofficial world record after an anonymous bidder stumped up the impressive total.
Stephen, 24, who will compete in the World Games in Connecticut later this month, was awarded the Sportsman of the Year accolade for his excellence in field athletics (club, discus and shot), winning gold in club (with an unofficial world record) and discus at the National Disability Sport England British Championships.