Alastair Galpin

took to world record-breaking in 2004 after being inspired by a record-setting rally driver in Kenya. What began as a hobby soon escalated into an active publicity pursuit. Today, he promotes the work of social and environmental causes. For these purposes, the most fitting game plans are chosen; then world titles are attempted and frequently created.

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Sustaining sponsor

If you would like regular exposure from Alastair's activities, become his Sustaining Sponsor:

  • A range of attempts annually
  • Your brand in multiple media
  • Distribute your own media releases
  • Receive product endorsements

More details about sponsorship opportunities

Special thanks

Behind every world record attempt is the expertise of professionals in their field.

Their success underpins Alastair's.

They are listed here

How To Be A Successful Record Breaker

Your Opinion?

There seem to be plenty of folk who really want to know this, because I keep getting asked. I could write a compact step-by-step booklet with plenty of visuals, that would include:

  • Secrets which took me to #2 worldwide during the previous decade
  • Brainstorming, finding the right team, and gathering media interest
  • Tips to get active support from people who wouldn't otherwise get involved
  • Fast clever ways to analyse the benefits associated with potential records
  • Optimal balances between fun and commitment, useful milestone indicators and more...

The booklet would be download-able for a small payment.

Would you be a potential customer? Email me!

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