Longest broadcast of a goal: Ilie Dobre breaks world record (VIDEO)
BUCHAREST, Romania -- Mr. Ilie Dobre, sport commentator at Radio Romania News (Romania's National State Radio), broadcasted a 31 secondes-long goal shoat during the game between Vointa Sibiu and Otelul Galati (stage 7- Football League Romania), when player Gabriel PARASCHIV scored - setting the new world record for the Longest broadcast of a goal without respiration,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/.
The Guinness world record for the most interviews on radio in 24 hours by an individual is 215 by Jack Ingram (USA) broadcasting from Manhattan, New York, USA.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the most interviews given with different radio stations in 24 hours: 96, achieved by TJ Walker and Jess Todtfeld (both USA) at the studios of FoxNEWS.com, New York, USA.
He has broadcasted live soccer matches fron the national league, european matchs, games played at final tournaments, World and European Championships.
"I listened soccer matches broadcasted live at radio and Tv in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexic, Spain, Portugal, Italy, England, Germany, Egypt and I noticed that their commentators can't match my brodacast of a goal."
Radio sport commentator Ilie Dobre also published over 40 sport-related books. He has received a National Award from the Romanian President.
Dobre said he never have had any problems with his voice, simply because he "doesn't smoke, don't drink alcohol and cold water."
He has also set the world record for the Longest broadcast of a goal with respiration,
with a 42 seconds-long goooal shout during the game between national teams of Romania and Bulgaria, of the preliminaries of the European Championships of Football, when player Ciprian Marica scored.