GWR competition winner Beth Bailey at 11-years-old submitted a drawing of what she thought the cover of the Guinness World Records 2022 should look like and out of thousands of applicants Beth won!
Tell us a little about yourself! What year are you in? Do you have any brothers or sisters? Any pets?
I like horses! I’m in grade 5. I have one brother and we live on a dairy farm. We have 2 horses, 4 dogs, 1 cat, 5 ducks and 1 rabbit.
Do you have a super cool special skill?
Riding Stormy (my pony!)
Why did you enter the competition to get on the cover of Guinness World Records 2022?
My teacher, Miss Cramer told my class about it and we were doing it at school and then I took it home and finished it.
We loved your drawing! Tell us about it…
It is about Australia and a person doing a cartwheel.
How does it feel to be on the cover of Guinness World Records 2022?
I feel happy and excited to see it!
What’s your favourite thing about the Guinness World Records books?
I really like the amazing animals one and the funny records people have done.
Is there a record that you think you could or wish you could break? What is it?
Most horse hugs in a minute!
What would you like to see on the cover of Guinness World Records 2023 (next year’s book)?
The changing pace of the last year has also given GWR the opportunity to take stock of our planet and explore the current state of the environment, as seen through our unique record-breaking lens. Plus, GWR has reached out to some of the young people who refuse to let their age be a barrier to success. What are they doing to change their world? What inspires them? Find out in Guinness World Records 2022.
September 23, 2021 at 12:31PM DimbutNice