Earning the most votes for an individual record in Fan Choice history with nearly 4,000, Mahadeo Bhujbal of India cruised to 73.07% of the total vote and an easy win in last week's GWR Fan Choice.

Our congratulations go out to Bhujbal and his record for the most tennis balls held in the hand, with an amazing 23.

This achievement will now be entered in our list of contenders for a year-end showdown in which we'll ask you fans to vote for your favorite record of the year at the end of 2013.

This week, we have a lot of people looking for fast love and a bowl of salsa you'll want at your Super Bowl party.

But first, sound the horns!

LARGEST HORN ENSEMBLE (pictured above)

Record: 444 musicians

Holder: Art of Living Foundation (India)

Location: Kollam, Kerala, India

That's not all: The musicians all played the C-shaped long Indian horn called the Kombu, or Sringa. The performance lasted for 25 minutes and took place on the above stage, whose design was inspired by 3,000-year-old, Vijayanagar-style South Indian architecture.


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Record: 162.8 m² (1752.36 ft²) in surface area

Holder: Ayako Maura (Japan)

Location: Tokachi Plaza in Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan

That's not all: The mosaic measured 14.8 m (48 ft 6.72 in) long and 11 m (36 ft 1.08 in) wide, using 16,500 pieces of toast. Organized by Maura, the mosaic required the work of 29 members of the World Toast Art in Tokachi executive committee, as well as help from 22 members of an agriculture club of the Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine.


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Record: 72.29 cm (28.46 in) long

Holder: Finnegan, owned by Reilly Smith (Canada)

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

That's not all: An Irish wolfhound, Finnegan had his tail medically measured after Smith was prompted to attempt the record by numerous comments from strangers on the impresive length of the dog's tail. Before earning his world record, Finnegan was actually born the runt of his litter.


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Record: 464 daters

Holders: University of Canterbury Students' Association & The Gentlemen's Club (both New Zealand)

Location: Christchurch, New Zealand

That's not all: As the second largest social club at the university, The Gentlemen's Club prided itself on its annual speed dating nights, prompting it to attempt the world record. A co-ed student social club with actually more female members than male, the organization teamed with Find Someone, New Zealand's largest online dating site, to make the attempt.


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Record: 1,644.72 kg (3,625.99 lb)

Holder: S tudents and associates of California State University, Fresno (USA)

Location: Fresno, California, USA

That's not all: Of the hundreds of volunteers who took part in the record, the attempt was spearheaded by marketing students Karen Garcia, Jasmine Ayala, Gabriela Plascienda, Diego Gonzalez, Ali Yang, and Gurbir-Gugu Samran as a class project at Fresno State. The salsa required 10 hours of preparation and used 1,154.66 kg (2,545.59 lb) of tomatoes!

And those are your nominees for this week's Fan Choice; time now to cast your vote!

Then check back here next week to see who you've helped crown the latest fan favorite!

The Guinness World Records 2014 book edition is on sale now at all major retailers. Find a full list here. Did you miss Guinness World Records Day 2013? Be sure to get a full recap of all the incredible action from the international day of record breaking here.