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Norris Dewar McWhirter, CBE (12 August 1925, Winchmore Hill, London – 19 April 2004, Wiltshire) was a writer, political activist, co-founder of the Freedom Association, and a television presenter. He and his identical twin brother, Ross, were known internationally for the Guinness Book of Records, a book they wrote and annually updated together between 1955 and 1975.
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He retired from The Guinness Book of Records in 1985, though he continued in an advisory role until 1996.
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GUINNESS BOOK OF OLYMPIC RECORDS (Guinness Book of Olympic Records). Guinness book of superstunts & staggering statistics (Guiness illustrated collection of world records for young people). Norris McWhirter, Guinness World Records, Stan Greenberg. Guinness Book of Young Recordbreakers. Guinness Sports Record Book: 1979-1980. Guinness Sports Record Book 1985-1986. The Guinness Book of Records 1974.
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The Guinness Book of Records is published, with a preface by co-founders Norris and Ross McWhirter. Guinness World Records 2000 is printed in a single run of 2,402,000 copies, achieving the record for the largest print run of a case-bound book in colour. 187,000 books sold (after four reprints) within a year. million copies printed.