British Man, 111, Recognized as the World’s Oldest Man

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British Man, 111, Recognized as the World's Oldest Man

An 111-year-old British man has been recognized as the oldest man in the world.

The Guinness World Records officially declared John Alfred Tenniswood from Britain, who is now 111 years old, as the oldest man in the world.

Mr. Tenniswood has claimed this title following the death of Juan Vicente Perez Mora, the previous record holder from Venezuela, who passed away earlier this month at the age of 114.


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