Your body is really freaking awesome. It's also capable of setting mind-boggling world records, as these 10 incredible people's bodies have done. Behold, the coolest world records, brought to you by the human body:. You have to see it to believe it:.
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You could fit the smallest country into the smallest continent nearly But can the smallest cat that ever existed really have been four times smaller than the smallest police dog? And what is the smallest unit of length in the universe? GWR presents a whistlestop tour of relative size, from stellar to sub-atomic. It has a diameter of around , km 74, mi , around 0. For most sources, including GWR, the record holder is Australia, with a west-toeast width of some 4, km 2, mi and an area of 7. It is also the sixth largest country.
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Read about these tough-as-nails women who paved the way for the rest of us. She inspired women to be fit at a time when it was common belief that lifting weights would make women masculine. Accomplishments: Bev Francis started as a member of the Australian track and field team from excluding due to a knee injury competing in shot put, discus, and javelin. She later went into the sport of powerlifting where she was named World Powerlifting Champion from She has broken more than 40 world powerlifting records and is undefeated in her career as a competitor.
In honor of the women's suffrage centennial , we are highlighting women who were pioneers in exploring the world in the past years. These real-life wild women threw caution and convention out the window—such as the first women to ride solo across the U. While we won't be taking the freedom to travel for granted ever again post-pandemic, we owe a lot to these trailblazing women who paved the way for all of our adventures—even the ones yet to come. Dubbed "The Most Interesting Woman in the World" by Outside magazine, Kellee Edwards, host of Mysterious Islands on the Travel Channel, is a licensed pilot and expert scuba diver who flies herself to remote islands for high-adrenaline adventures. They include exploring Indonesian caves with thousands of buried bodies, freediving with matriarchal divers in South Korea and piloting an aircraft in Alaska's temperamental Aleutian Chain.