Anyone can enter the Window Cleaning World Cup by completing the form below. Depending on the number of entries it may be necessary for you to compete in a pre-qualifying heat (also on Wednesday 20 March in London).
You will need to clean three standard 114.3 x 114.3 cm (45 x 45 in) office windows set in a frame with a 300 mm (11.75 in) with a long squeegee and 9 litres (2 gal; US 2.37 gal) of water.
The fastest window cleaner will win the inaugural Window Cleaning World Cup and £1,000 cash prize.
The Guinness World Record
The Guinness World Record currently stands at 9.14 seconds for men (Terry Burrows 2009) and 16.28 seconds for women (Deborah Morris 2011).
The competition will be professionally judged by Guinness World Record qualified adjudicators and if either record is broken then this will stand.
An additional £1,000 cash prize will be awarded to a female competitor if she breaks the Guinness World Record, but does not win the World Cup prize. Please note it will not be possible for one competitor to win more than £1,000.