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Jimmie Johnson holds the record with 5 consecutive Nascar Cup Series championships. His streak was from 2006 to 2010.
Mickey Mantle holds the record for career World Series home runs with 18.
Mickey Mantle Holds the Record for career World Series home runs with 18.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica holds the world record for the 200 meter dash. His amazing feat was clocked at 19.19 seconds. This record was set at the 2009 Berlin World Championships.
Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees holds the MLB record for World Series pitching victories with 10.
Ian Crocker, 50.40 seconds. He set the record at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships.
As of the start of the 2007 World Series, Mickey Mantle holds the MLB career record for RBIs in the World Series with 40. For a single World Series, Boboy Richardson of the New York Yankees holds the RBI record with 12 in the 1960 World Series.
Michael Johnson, USA, World Record: 43.18. He set the mark in 1999 at the World Championships in Seville.
Several players have won 4 World Series championships with National League teams. They include Frankie Frisch, Jim Gilliam, John Podres, and Sandy Koufax.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica holds the men's world record in the 200 meter dash with a time of 19.19 seconds set at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin.
Princeton holds the record with 28 National Championships.
Ryan Howard holds the record for most strikeouts for a batter in a World Series with 13 in 2009. Bob Gibson holds the record for most strikeouts for a pitcher with 35 in 1968.
Kenyan-born Shaheen holds the world record at 7:53.63 and won the IAAF world championships in 2003 and 2005. Was unbeaten in the steeplechase from 2003 until 2006. Kenyan-born Shaheen holds the world record at 7:53.63 and won the IAAF world championships in 2003 and 2005. Was unbeaten in the steeplechase from 2003 until 2006.
Mickey Mantle holds the all-time record for World Series home runs with 18.
Pete Fox of the Detroit Tigers with 6 doubles in the 1934 World Series.
Decaon Phillippe of the Pittsburgh Pirates with 5 in the 1903 World Series (record was 3-2). That series went 8 games.