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Most Images Of Fish Sandwiches Looked At In One Minute

United States Todd Lamb

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New York City, New York, United States / January 7, 2009

URDB legend Todd Lamb continued to raise his own bar, more than doubling his existing record of 25 images of fish sandwiches looked at in one minute[] to an incredible 54. Lamb used thicker card stock and a better-prepared assistant, even bringing surgical gloves for said assistant to wear.

The record was set on January 7, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City. Event organizers Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to witness and document the feat.

THIS RECORD HAS BEEN BROKEN.

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- must look at images one at a time
- must say "fish" while looking at each image

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  • United States Chris Farber

    Chris Farber

    Firstly, I would like to thank my supporters in these here comments. I will, as attempted record holder in a swimming trivia related category, concede my mistake upon review of the film, and promise to claim this record in under 30 seconds at the next URDB event. Remember to eat your vitamins, swimmaniacs!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Brian. Nicely noted. I have egg all over my face. Time to go fire the copy editor. That said, I'd still vote to deny the record.

  • United States Beam Camp

    Beam Camp

    Dan, I respectfully request that you reconsider your call on this one. Why is Chris being denied certification of this outstanding performance based on a trivial error when you and the URDB "powers that be" can't even correctly spell the name of the record? Read it slowly and eat your crow. Brian

  • United States Deborah Hampton

    Deborah Hampton

    My vocal frye had no preparation. Just a deep breath and a dream. Just saying

  • let the record show that he performed this feat on the spot with no prior preparation.

  • United States Deborah Hampton

    Deborah Hampton

    rolldog - I agree with you. Grand effort, really. A+. But no URDB record. no sir.

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    I, on the other hand, consider his slight misspeaking not a sizable enough error to warrant denial. It seems clear to me that he knew the correct answer and simply jumbled the words.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Though this was a very impressive performance, I vehemently believe it isn't a record. In naming the Athens records, Farber said Phelps got "first place, 4x100 Individual Medley." Sadly, that's incorrect. If you go on Wikipedia, you'll see it's actually the 4x100 Medley Relay. Deny!

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