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Dancers, spear catcher and weatherman mark Guinness World Records Day
Dancers, spear catcher and weatherman mark Guinness World Records Day

Thursday is the 10th annual Guinness World Records Day, and people around the globe are trying to set records catching underwater spears, doing the cancan and throwing basketballs. In the United States, Al Roker of NBC's "Today" show is attempting a 34-hour weather report. It was dubbed #Rokerthon and started just after 7 p.m. Pacific time Wednesday and will run until just after 5 a.m. Friday, according to the network. In New York, fashion designer Kenneth Cole and Knicks broadcaster Jill Martin unveiled their record-breaking 6-foot-1 high-heeled shoe.  In Britain, Guinness World Records marked the occasion with a meeting between the tallest and shortest living men....

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