World Records

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Geese getting a lift, Colorado wildfires and a Guinness record attempt round out this week's best images.
Ecuadoran citizens Julio Mora, 110, and his 104-year-old wife, Waldramina, have been married for 79 years.
“The Guinness Book of World Records” said the former TV host logged more hours than any other TV personality until Regis Philbin passed him in August 2004 .
Guinness World Records posthumously awarded Combs the title after she was clocked at an average of 522.783 miles per hour before the fatal crash.
Edward Niño Hernández of Colombia was first declared the shortest mobile male in 2010, only to lose the title to two others.
"I believe I could've done more," Hafthor Bjornsson said.
Bob Weighton lived through the 1918 flu and two world wars, but said nothing in his 11-plus decades prepared him for life in the coronavirus era.
The Shaft Bottom Boys of Sudbury, Ontario, sang their way into the record books on Saturday when they performed 6,213 feet below sea level.
The Japanese man credited smiling to his longevity.