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New York, New York, United States / June 27, 2011
Simon Kirk counted to 1,000 in 10 minutes, 36.21 seconds.
- each number must be pronounced clearly and audibly- must count in order - must observe RecordSetter speech guidelines
number, math, counting
How does Ben have the faster time when Ben is faster by 2 seconds?
Because he did not say 585.
Great attempt, Raymond.. but you missed a lot of numbers. :(
Also, note to Rob and team: the time on my record is incorrectly displayed- it should be 10 mins and 37 seconds, not just 37 seconds. thanks simon
Now the question is whether you are going to try and de-throne me. Think you can do it?
Nice catch Simon. Good to see that there are people out there willing to make sure that a record is truly a record.
But nice try though.
This is not a record. You skip number 585. I watched the whole thing. Twice. Then I beat it. Except it wasn't beating it because your record is not a record.
I agree Alex, discussion on why constitutes a number name should be made.... What happens after 1000 - it defeats the purpose of the record when you say one one twenty for 1120 instead of "one thousand, one hundred and twenty".
You're allowed one-twenty instead of one hundred twenty (for instance)?
RaymondBarbosa on 11/23/2011
SimonKirk on 6/27/2011
BenJenkins on 6/16/2011