Run by Kevin Brown, the Official Record Breakers is to work alongside with the Commonwealth Committee and public to get adults and children active before, during and after the Commonwealth Games.
We will be attending Schools and working alongside with Sandwell Council and Birmingham Council doing health and well-being workshops and introducing the mile a day keeping our younger generation active.
This will be a great opportunity for multi-culture to work together in the community in this historic events.
The idea of the certificates is to give everyone an opportunity to break or create a school record - Birmingham Record, Club Record, Regional Record, National Records or even a World record!
Working closley with Record Holders Republic, who are a Governing Body for World Record Holders & Record Breakers specialising in Human Acheivement Records, our aim is to give everyone a chance to set or break a world record, no matter what their background.
Official Record Breakers is an organisation that supports all types of records. It’s not just world records we support.
Club and Team Records
Used Club Records
In fact, we can support all types of activities - Official Record Breakers will support you
This the new way forward for record breaking gives many deserved persons with mental health and other disabilities a chance to prove they are also world class at what they can do.
Kevin Brown has started something very unique for all sports categories and RHR are very pleased to partner Official Record Breakers.
The BBC program record breakers we will be celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2022. Dean Gould, the president of Record Holders Republic asked me to partnership with the organisation to celebrate the anniversary and I think it would be awesome to link it with activities around the West Midlands especially with the 2022 Commonwealth Games approaching.
I am also an ambassador for the community games that normally holds 85 different activities with the aim to create multiple National Records with different activities including the Special Olympics that is based in Birmingham.
I have already worked with the NHS Mental Health to organise an event which set and broke new UK World Records.
I enjoy socialising and coaching people to bring out their maximum potential as it brings me great joy to see people thrive. I feel very blessed to be able to build a rapport with people from all different walks in life.
It gives me great pleasure to be the main ambassador for the community games around the West Midlands and ambassador for the Commonwealth Games 2022.