Guinness World Records Day usually occurs in the month of November but the date annually changes. In this year 2020, the day will be observed on 18 November. It is a record- breaking competition where various record-breakers come together with the only motive to behold the world-record titleholder. The Guinness Book of World Records was first published in 1955. It contains achievements of humans and animals including categories like food and drink, marathons, games, structure, mass participation, speech and various others.
Numerous people celebrate this day by showcasing their ideas of record breaking. One can also support its own record- breaker in social media.
If you have any record-breaking innovative ideas bloom in your head, then do participate by visiting the Guinness World Record website.
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