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ALVECHURCH will need to produce arguably the upset of the Midlands' non-League season to rewrite the record books tonight.
Without the American's trailblazing example, who is to say that Usain Bolt would even have got the chance to follow in his tracks and rewrite the record books as he has?
It was O'Sullivan's 21st ranking title in a glittering career and one which saw him rewrite the record books - the crowd favourite became the first player for four years to win back-to-back ranking titles.
NEW Zealand coach John Bracewell blamed his side's naivety for allowing England to rewrite the record books at Old Trafford, writes RICHARD GIBSON.
And as he prepared to rewrite the record books, Everton assistant manager Alan Irvine declared: ``It is fantastic for him and it is fantastic for the club.
Stewart, who held the world record for wins for 14 years until his tally of 27 was beaten by Prost in 1987, said: "Michael will rewrite the record books. He is driving for the best team in F1 and he is the most talented Grand Prix driver in the world."
Just 12 weeks after the birth of her first child, O'Sullivan bounced back with a superb run to rewrite the record books in 24min 27sec to trim 20 seconds off the old record set by Paula Radcliffe in Scotland six months ago.
Luke Donald took just 366 days to rewrite the record books, opening this year's event with a 10-under-par 62 to lead the event by a stroke over Mike Weir, who played at Pebble Beach.