Co-hosted Games of the X Olympiad with Ceni (as Vers-gelderland/New Gelderland).
Hosted WorldVision 49.
Topped the medal tally for six consecutive Olympics (starting from the Games of the X Olympiad to XIII Winter Olympics)
Won World Cup 78.
Won WorldVision 49, runner-up in WorldVision 50, third place in WorldVision 35, 36, 38, 45.
Elected to the WorldVision Commitee for three terms from 2016-2018 (WV46-50, WV51-55, hiatus, WV61-64, resigned)
Ex officio Vice President of the Olympic Council for three terms as an Olympic host
Elected President of the International Basketball Organisation (one term, IBC20-22)
Current President of the NationStates Tennis Tour, formerly Vice-President under Ceni, not an elected position
Maintain the "The History of Modern NSSports" thread. Completed a full thread update to 2020.
Issue 1352: The Brains Behind Kuru (won issues contest)
Issue 1353: Not yet discovered
Made an issues editor on August 11, 2020
Global Economics and Trade storefronts
Wrote "Commend Audioslavia"
Wrote Commend Valanora with Francois Isidore
Detailed descriptions to come soon
Alexander Krane, Electrum's first ever football captain
Tyler Fernando, Electrum's World Cup winning captain
Jeffery Clark, Electrum's World Cup winning manager
Ronya (Sonya Gredello/Rosa Levinsky), considered one of the best tennis doubles pairs of all time with three gold medals, one silver, three grand slams and two year-end tournaments.
Billiam Maskey, chief-editor-in-chief of The Turnip
Gertrude Pullman, perennial Electrumite WorldVision entrant, famed for her "joke" songs
Eliza Nord, fashionista and first ever Electrumite WorldVision entrant, had one of the best debuts in living memory
Michael Street, first and only Electrumite winner of the WorldVision song contest
Miranda Lawrence, conservative Centralis Herald columnist
Obscure Sports Weekly