General Rules of Bravo International Book of World Record
- Bravo International Book of World Record does not promote or accept attempts, or records that can potentially lead to any kind of destruction or harm to property, health, morality or general well-being of an individual/organization/society.
- Approval or disapproval of any attempt and certification will be wholly and solely the decision of the BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD team.
- We accept online claims and registrations of record attempts, but for completing the certification process, the attempter has to send all the required documents to the BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD office address.
- Record approval and certification process may take 1-10 weeks as per instant recognition/fast processing/normal processing.
- All the documents should be duly signed by all the witnesses.
- At least 2 witnesses should be present at the time of the record attempt.
- Witness information should be sent along with all evidence proof.
- BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD team members need not be mandatory present at the time of attempting a record. However, the authenticity of the record should be properly taken care of by having either an adjudicator/s or/and witness/es at the record attempt location.
Claiming Record Procedure
- Record Claiming Material should be sent at its continental office of BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD; clearly mentioning the Claim ID, Applicant’s Name, Address, and Contact Details.
- We accept online claims and registrations of record attempts, but for completing the certification process, the attempter has to send/mail a duly filled Record Application form/Record Claim Form, a Few Photographs related to a record, a video of the record attempt and media coverage (if available) at firstname.lastname@example.org or BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD office address.
- CD/DVD submitted as evidence should be sent with clearly mentioning the attempter name, record attempted, address, and contact number.
- At least two witnesses should be present at the time of attempting the record.
- The complete details about all witnesses should be enclosed with the claim documents.
- All the documents should be duly signed by all the witnesses.
- Claimed Record approval and certification may take 30-45 days.
- Failure to produce any of the required documents can lead to the rejection of the record claim.
- Documents and material submitted to BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD is supposed to become the property of BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD and BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD is under no obligation to return any kind of claim materials/documents back to the attempter.
- The Claim will be accepted and approved after the complete process of claim verification.
- Approval and certification will be published only after the complete process of attempt verification.
Inviting a Record Management Judge (Adjudicator)
- BRAVO INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF WORLD RECORD team must be notified one month prior to the date of the record attempt for sending an RMJ (adjudicator) at the attempt location.
- Travel and accommodation of the RMJ (adjudicator) will be the responsibility of the record attempter individual/organization or sponsor/s if any.
- If the record attempt is successful, the RMJ (adjudicator) can give on-the-spot certification subject to his/her complete satisfaction. In the case of on-the-spot certification attempts, the approval will solely depend on the satisfaction of the RMJ (adjudicator).
- Cover Letter (Fill in all the information about your attempted record).
- Record Participant’s details with their photographs and signature.
- The complete detail about all witnesses with their photographs and signature
- Video Footage.
- High-quality color photographs.
- Media Coverage, if any (Audio/video/print/electronic)
Category Wise Rules
Biggest and Smallest
- The object of the record can be anything living or nonliving being as well as a natural or man-made article.
- The size of the object should be smaller or bigger than the average size of the object.
- The object should be big/small enough so that it can be considered as recorded.
Plants and Animals
- Natural or human-influenced plants or animals with some distinction can be recorded
- Both tamed as well as untamed animals can be considered in this category.
- Anything remarkable or extraordinary in plants or animals like a number, height, width, weight, size, shape, etc. can be claimed as recorded.
- The participants of record may be unlimited, but must be a minimum of 150 for a new record.
- The proper timeline should be kept in mind while attempting a record.
- The sitting/standing arrangement of participants should be properly so that they can be precisely counted through any particular accepted method.
- The attempt must take place at a location some place that is open to all.
- Record attempts must take place in restricted areas with clearly marked and controlled entrances and exits. Indoor attempts must take place in a room designated for the attempts, and outdoor attempts must be secured by some physical barriers.
- A clear signal should be given and then all participants must start their activity simultaneously/in the relay.
- A clear signal should be given at the end of performing the record.
- A sufficient number of witnesses must be on hand to make sure that each participant performed properly, and groups of participants should be organized to make sure that witnesses can see all participants in their group clearly.
- Every participant who is counted within the barriers of the attempt area must fully participate in the attempt.
- At least two independent witness statements must confirm the exact and final figure of the total participants and attest that all guidelines were followed during the attempt.
- There must be some uniqueness in the event or object to be claimed as required under this category.
- The object to be claimed as a record should be the first of its kind.
- The Claimant needs to give proof that the article or piece of art is his/her own property.
- The collection of anything should be more than 200.
- The collected items should be counted.
- Collection of anything can be considered as a record regardless of its size, shape, price, usefulness, importance or value, etc.
- All the collected material should be in good condition. Broken/torn items will not be counted in the collection.
- The participant should show resilience or stamina which is extraordinary and shows the strength and capability beyond the capacity of a normal human being.
- An attempt must not harm any of the audience watching the record attempt.
- A registered medical practitioner must present during the record attempt.
- The kids who are under 18 will be considered in ‘The Young Achievers’ category
- Proof of age must be submitted along with the record claim.
- A record claim form must be duly signed by the guardian along with the attempter of the record.
- Task attempted should not harm the children physically or physiologically.
Achievement & Initiatives
- Any achievements which are remarkable can be considered under this category of record.
- Any social, regional, or organizational initiative, which has been taken for welfare.
- If something new or good is done for the first time, then it can be considered under this category of record.
One Minute Miracle
- The task should be completed in 1 minute.
- The time should be kept using an electronic stopwatch. An experienced timekeeper must keep the time of the attempt with a digital stopwatch. The timekeeper must provide a statement confirming the accuracy of the timed event.
- In case of an event where many participants are attempting the record, a big wall clock with a visible seconds display can be used.
- A loud start and finish signal recognized by participants and the audience must be used.
- Photographic and video evidence must be provided. The entire attempt must be visible on the video.