yes. if you run a world record time at the Olympics it is recorded as both the world record and the olympic record.
it is the u.s.a
It means Olympic Record,and WO means world record.
probably Olympics or a world record
Yes, it automatically replaces the current Olympic record.
the person who got the world record was a girl called nadia comaneci
whos record did Michel phelps brake?
In 1967 nobody got a world record
World Record: Javier Sotomayor (CUB) 2.45m Olympic Record: Charles Austin (USA) 2.39m
usain bolt beat asafa powells record in 2008 and still holds the record
As of 2012, before the Olympics, the world record is 7.52 meters, set by Galina Chistyakova in 1988.
Olympic Records are set at the Olympics and World Records occur at any international competition
they don't do yards in the Olympics
i dont know really
Nadia Comaneci set a world record in the year 1984. Her record was being the first Olympian to score a perfect 10 out of 10 score in her event.
Olympic athletes are not paid.
That means that person has the best record for a specific sport at the Olympics. It is contrasted with the World Record, which is the fastest or best ever. It is entirely possible for them to be the same. The World record will always be better or the same as the Olympic Record.
usain bolt broke the record. his record was 9.63 the fastest man in the world and his coming faster.
The world record is currently held by Michael Johnson of USA, who ran it in 43.18 seconds
In the Beijing Olympics, French swimmer Alain Bernard broke the world record of the 100m freestyle in the men's division with a time of 46.9seconds