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Microsoft wants to set “largest online 100m sprint” World Record on Xbox Live

Published by on Apr 11th, 2011, No Comments

OK Xbox fans – here is Microsoft’s big request to help them set a world record this weekend:

 

Xbox LIVE would like you to help us make history and become record breakers! On Saturday 23rd April we will be attempting to join hands across the world and break the Guinness World Record for the ‘largest online 100m sprint’ via Kinect Sports and Xbox LIVE.

Brought to you by Xbox LIVE and Kinect Sports (see Bandwidthblog’s Review), the record attempt will challenge millions of our members across the world to create a new record for the ‘largest online 100m sprint’.

To be part of the Guinness World Record attempt, join us and thousands of Xbox LIVE members at 8pm local time on Saturday 23 April.

The Guinness World Record is just one of the fun events that will take place over a free weekend of entertainment on Xbox LIVE, where each and every LIVE member will be given Gold LIVE access including multiplayer gaming and access to the latest content and more.

Dubbed Xbox Nations, the free LIVE weekend will run from Thursday 21st April to Monday 25th April. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to experience the magic of Xbox LIVE Gold for free for the entire weekend.

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