David Lloyd breaks a World record!
Tennis pair smash their way in to the Guinness book of records
David Lloyd in Swindon is now officially in the Guinness book of records - for breaking the longest continuous singles tennis match.
The gym joined forces with Marks and Spencer and BMI Ridgeway hospital to raise money for the charity Breakthrough Cancer Research.
Game, set - World record!
Martyn Beck and Paul Miller now in the Guiness book of records for playing tennis for 38 hours, 10 minutes and 34 seconds
Martyn Beck and Paul Miller eventually broke the record battling it out for 38 hours, 10 minutes and 34 seconds beating the previous record of 36 hours, 36 minutes and 36 seconds.
Another world record was attempted for the longest five-a-side football and although it was not succeed the organisers were just grateful for all that took part.
"It is probably one of the proudest moments you can have when people put that much commitment into achieving that kind of performance," commented Stephanie Martin, the areas sales manager, David Lloyd.