took to world record-breaking in 2004 after being inspired by a record-setting rally driver in Kenya. What began as a hobby soon escalated into an active publicity pursuit. Today, he promotes the work of social and environmental causes. For these purposes, the most fitting game plans are chosen; then world titles are attempted and frequently created.
Wall Street Journal:
Shaking On It in Times Square
Good cause of the month
Elephants For Africa, Botswana, is dedicated to elephant conservation through research and education.
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Behind every world record attempt is the expertise of professionals in their field.
Their success underpins Alastair's.
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WorldRecordChase.com is left with equipment and other interesting things after attempting world records. Make contact to hire or license items, so long as they are returned, where appropriate.
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