No they are not the same. A World Record can be broken at any time. Whereas an Olympic Record can only be broken at the Olympic Games (it's a glorified Meet Record.) Keep in mind that a World Record CAN be set at the Olympic Games (which would in turn, automatically break the Olympic Record as well.) A World Record outranks an Olympic Record.
no you get payed lots of money and if you break a world record u get 1 million dollars
A Record (Not as in a music vinyl Record. But as in, breaking the "World RECORD" in a certain Olympic sport.)
The World Record and Olympic record in the Short Program.
break the record and find out...
An Olympic record is the greatest achieved in the Olympic games. A world record is the greatest achieved anywhere, ever. In some instances an Olympic record is also the world record.
How much money do you get if you break the world record
Yes. The new record becomes both the Olympic Record and the World Record. You will notice this is the case for several events.
I don't believe so because Edwin Moses World record was so great.
No - anyone can apply to set or break a Guinness World Record absolutely free of charge, and if you are successful, they will even award you with a certificate of your achievement.
The OR stands for Olympic Record which is a record made only at the olympic games. The WR ( world Record) is a record made by an individual of that sport at any other event worldwide. Sort of like a guiness world record. However if a world record is beaten at the olympic games then both OR and WR will change to that new time or score.
Yes, it automatically replaces the current Olympic record.