Guinness World Records do not pay any money to those who break or set records.
However, they do award an official certificate of the achievement free of charge.
Olympic athletes are not paid.
To express my feelings about breaking the world's record, I am forced to quote Mohammed Ali, who said "I am the greatest!".
Yes you do
he is 88 minutes from breaking the European record. world I'm unsure. he is 88 minutes from breaking the European record. world I'm unsure.
A lot of money, so much that they should donate some of their winnings to people that have very little.
You will have to have a recording of the record breaking, then send it to the world record place...Your welcome!
break the record and find out...
Yes, yes you do!!
No you do not.
No , people can try to beat a record then call in the world record people to see if they made a world record. I am unsure if after they win the world record They mite win some cash
Yes. The new record becomes both the Olympic Record and the World Record. You will notice this is the case for several events.