Who set the first land speed record in car racing?

Answer The first land speed record was set by Count Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat on December 18th, 1898 near Paris, France. His Jeantaud car, which featured a single electric motor and alkaline batteries, ... Read More »

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What is the world's record for wind speed?

The world's record for wind speed is 231 miles per hour, recorded on Mount Washington in New Hampshire on April 12, 1934, during a storm. The record gust was measured by the staff at Mount Washingt... Read More »

What is the biggest new world monkey&also the noisiest land animal in the world?

The howler monkeys of Latin America range in size from 1-1/2 lbs. at birth to up to 33 lbs. Formerly belonging to the primate family Cebidae, they have recently been reclassified into the family At... Read More »

How to Enter a World Record That Was Broken on the Video Game "Guinness World Records"?

Guinness World Records has been keeping track of record holders since 1951. In 2008, Guinness World Records released a Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition, dedicated solely to tracking all-time ... Read More »

Dry Land Speed Training for Hockey?

Hockey players don't always have the luxury of training on the rink, particularly during the summer months when many arenas remove ice for the season. Dry land training enables hockey players to wo... Read More »