Samsung has scored yet another Guinness record, creating the world’s largest photobook.
The previous record for the largest photobook involved 10,000 images, but the global market leaders managed to better it with 28,000 stills.
After the launch of the Galaxy S4 Zoom in Germany, Samsung began a Facebook campaign where the everyone was encouraged to submit up to 10 photos. In a promotional campaign that lasted for 10 days, Sammy managed to attract 36,000 images out of which 28,000 were chosen to be printed in a 5m x 8m, 16 page album.
The huge photobook was displayed in the Berlin Museum for Communication before the art made its formal entry to the Guinness World records on September 7.
Abdo Feghali, a Lebanese professional Racer & Drifter smashed the Guinness World Record for the World’s Longest Drift at Yas Marina Circuit with his Camaro ZL1 by Doubling the previous Record!
Abdo Shared this news with his fans on Facebook.
Abdo Feghali (Dado) Biography:
- Born on 22 Oct, 1977
- Started rallying in 1998
- 90 Rallies & Races started
- 78 Rallies & Races finished
- 44 Wins overall
- 65 podiums
- 58 group wins
- 2000 Lebanese Group “N” Champion.
- 2002 & 2003 Second in the Lebanese Rally Championship
- 2004 Lebanese Rally Champion
- 2005 Lebanese Rally Champion
- 2006 Lebanese Rally Champion
- 2006 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2007 Middle East Hill Climb Champion
- 2007 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2008 Middle East Hill Climb Champion
- 2008 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2008 1st Lebanese Speed Test Champion
- 2009 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2009 Lebanese Speed Test Champion
- 2009 Middle East Hill Climb Champion
- 2010 Middle East Hill Climb Champion
- 2010 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2010 Lebanese Speed Test Champion
- 2011 Lebanese Hill Climb Champion
- 2011 Lebanese Speed Test Champion
- 3 races of Champions participation (2 in KSA /1 in Italy / 2 podiums)
- 9 World Rally Championship Participations
BATROUN, north Lebanon: Batroun entered the Guinness Book of World Records Sunday for the largest cup of lemonade.
Around 400 participants took part in the event, which was part of the Batroun International Festival and organized by the Batroun Merchants’ Association in coordination with the city’s municipality.
The head of the Batroun Merchants’ Association, Farah al-Khoury, initially announced that squeezing the lemons would require the participation of 200 people. But Batroun residents displayed high enthusiasm, and the number of volunteers rose to 400.
They squeezed 2200 kilograms of lemon and they mixed the juice with 1000 kg of sugar, 3000 liters of water and 1000 kg of ice cubes.
Their efforts yielded 5200 liters of lemonade poured into a cup with a base circumference of 140 centimeters, a height of 285 centimeters and a rim circumference of 185 centimeters.
The festival, which started at 10 a.m. Sunday, was attended by residents of Batroun, members of the municipal council, officials and diplomats.
Among the officials was Tourism Minister Fadi Abboud, Energy Minister Gebran Bassil — who hails from Batroun — Foreign Affairs Minister Adnan Mansour, in addition to more than 20 foreign diplomats who were in the city attending the festival.
The process was monitored by a representative of Guinness, along with the qamiqam and the mayor.
Once the competition was over and the results had been verified, Batroun residents distributed free lemonades to shops, restaurants and public places in the city.