Finally, let's consider the career hits record held by Pete Rose. Charlie Hustle accumulated an ungodly 4,256 hits over his career; just to put that in perspective, it's nearly 800 more than Derek Jeter, who has the most hits of any player since Rose retired. It seems very unlikely that anyone will again have the longevity and skill to approach Rose's figure, as a player would have to average more than 200 hits for 21 seasons just to tie the mark. But never say never: there's actually one current player who has 4,213 career hits. Luckily for Rose, though, Ichiro Suzuki got 1,278 of those in Japan before coming to America at the age of 27. Otherwise, this is one impossible-to-break record that might have been broken in 2016.
On 25 July 2013 FINA Technical Swimming Congress voted to allow world records in the long course mixed 400 free relay and mixed 400 medley relay, as well as in six events in short course meters: the mixed 200 medley and 200 free relays, as well as the men's and women's 200 free relays and the men's and women's 200 medley relays.  In October 2013 FINA decided to establish "standards" before something can be recognized as the first World Record in these events.  But later on 13 March 2014 FINA has officially ratified the eight world records set by Indiana University swimmers at the IU Relay Rally held on 26 September 2013 in Bloomington.