Carl Foggy Fogarty (UK) has won the most world's superbike championships - 4 times- in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999.
In Hollywood, writer Dudley Nichols, actors George C. Scott and Marion Brando have refused Oscar award once in their life time.
Pete Sampras (USA) won the most men's Grand Slam singles tennis titles - 14 times between 1900 and 2002. He also won the most men's singles Wimbledon titles - 7 times in 1993-1995 and 1997-2000.
Drums are among the oldest of all musical instruments. The biggest drum kit ever built in 1994 had over 300 sub assemblies.
The 30-year-old Nepalese Nawang Sherpa, who has a prosthetic leg from the knee down, reached the 8,848 m high Himalayan summit on 16th May 2004. He took 11 hours and 15 minutes to reach, by climbing up through the South col route.
Ruben Barichello (Brazil), close friend of late Ayrton Senna, made the fastest lap in the history of F1 at the USA Grand Prix, in just 1 minute, 10.39 Seconds.
Walt Disney (USA) won more Oscars than any other person, with a record of 26 awards from 64 nominations, between 1932 and 1969.
Apart from almost all the major hotels of Greece, some luxury liners were also converted in to 5 star hotels, and 8 cruise ships were Piraeus, Greece during the staging of Athens Olympics to cater to 11,000 athletes, a huge number of officials, coaches and spectators from over 201 counters.
Athens airport handled 900 fights and transported around 75,000 people.
Mozart was a musical genius who wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old, and was employed as a concertmaster by the age of 13.
Joanne Kathleen Rowling, author of Harry Potter books, is the world’s first billionaire author. The seven books she has written till date have sold nearly 375 million copies worldwide in over 50 languages. The first 5 books have been made into movies and fetched another US $ 2.4 billion for her. The 6th book - The Half Blood Prince sold a record 10 million copies on the day of its release.