Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2971Oldest solo parachute jump (male)Milburn HartUnited States, Bremerton National Airport18 February 2005The jump didn't go exactly according to plan, however. Hart injured his arm as he left the aircraft and as a result wasn't able to steer the parachute properly. He suffered a dislocated shoulder thanks to the rough landing that followed, but was in good health otherwise.
2972Fastest cycle backwards 50 kmMarkus RieseGermany, DarmstadtMarkus Riese (Germany) cycled 50 km (31 miles) backwards in a time of 1 hr 46 min 59 sec on the track of VC Darmstadt 1899 e.V. cycling club, Darmstadt, Germany, on 24 May 2003.Standing start standard 400 m track.
2973Longest ride - mechanical rodeoNigel MedleyAustralia, Taylors Arm13 August 2005Nigel Medley (Australia) rode a mechanical rodeo for 2 min 15 sec at the Pub With No Beer, Taylors Arm, New South Wales, Australia on 13 August 2005
2974Most log slices sawn in three minutes by hand - two man teamSaturnino Salbidea Martinez de Murgi, Patxi Salbidea Martinez de MurgiSpain, Madrid18 October 2001Using a hand saw, Saturnino and Patxi Salbidea Martinez de Murgi (Spain) cut 14 slices off a tree trunk (35 cm (13.77 in) in diameter) each measuring 2.5 cm (0.98 in) thick in three minutes on the set of El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 18 October 2001.Each slice had to pass through a letter box once cut.
2975First image of a spriteUnknownfirstUnited States, 01 January 1989Sprites are atmospheric electrical phenomena associated with lightning. These unusual flashes shoot upwards from the tops of thunderstorms to altitudes up to 100 km (62 miles) above the surface of the Earth. Historical reports of these phenomena were not taken seriously until the first image was taken, accidently, in 1989 when a low-level light TV camera was pointed above a thunderstorm. They have since been caught on video from the space shuttle. Science has yet to fully understand them.
2976Longest ramp jump - snowmobilePaul ThackerUnited States, Brainerd,Minnesota26 March 2010The longest jump on a snowmobile is 91.7 m (301 ft) by Paul Thacker (USA) in Brainerd, Minnesota, USA on 26 March 2009.Stuart Claxton adjudicated.
2977Orange nose push - fastest mileAshrita Furman22/41 minute(s), second(s)United States, Jamaica02 November 2007The fastest time to push an orange a distance of one mile using the nose is 22 min 41 sec set by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream, New York, USA, on 2 November 2007
2978Longest handstand on a skateboardSam TartamellaUnited States, Madison,,Nakoma Road21 July 1996The longest handstand on a skateboard is 687.33 metres (2,255 ft) and was achieved by Sam Tartamella (USA), along Nakoma Road, Madison, Wisconsin, on 21 July 1996.Sam was 41 years old when he made the record attempt back in 1996.
2979Largest spirit tastingwhisky unlimited2252 participantsBelgium, Gent31 January 2009The largest spirit tasting was achieved by 2,252 participants in an event organised by Whisky Unlimited in Gent, Belgium, on 31 January 2009.The list of spirits:The Singleton 12 yearsCragganmore 12 yearsBushmills OriginalDalwhinnie 15 yearsTalisker 10 yearsJohnnie Walker Black Label 12 years
2980Longest steakJean-Yves Renard27.68 metre(s)France, EvronJean-Yves Renard (France) and a group of butchers produced a steak measuring 27.68m (90.81 ft) long at Evron, France on 14 May 2002. It was shown on L’émission des records on 5 July 2002.
2981Longest screen kiss in a TV showDavid Barger, Amy Barger3/47 minute(s), second(s)United States, Tulsa14 February 2013The longest screen kiss in a TV show is 3 min 47 secs and was achieved by David Barger and Amy Barger (both USA) on the Valentine's Day episode of "Good Day Tulsa" (KTUL TV) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, on 14 February 2013. David has been a fan of Guinness World Records since the age of 13. He has previously held two other Guinness World Records titles and wanted to attempt a this record with his wife, Amy, following their 25th wedding anniversary and to celebrate a personal milestone.
2982Loudest drummerCol Hatchman137.2 decibel(s) (A-weighted)Australia, Hamilton04 August 2006The loudest drummer in the world is Col Hatchman (Australia) who hit a peak reading of 137.2 dBA during a gig with his band, Dirty Skanks, at the Northern Star Hotel, Hamilton, New South Wales, Australia, on 4 August 2006.
2983Most football touches in 30 seconds (female)Chloe Hegland163 timesSpain, Madrid23 February 2008The most touches of a football in 30 seconds, by a female,whilst keeping the ball in the air is 163 by Chloe Hegland (Canada)on the set of Lo show dei record in Madrid, Spain, on 23February 2008.
2984Oldest person to complete a marathon (female)Gladys Burrill92/19 year(s), day(s)United States, Honolulu12 December 2010The oldest female to complete a marathon was Gladys Burrill (USA) at the age of 92 years 19 days at the Honolulu Marathon in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, on 12 December 2010. Burrill completed the race in 9 hr, 53 min, 16 sec.Burrill was born on 23 November 1918.
2985Fastest time to shear one sheepHilton Barrett39.31 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Wellington,New South WalesThe fastest time to shear a single mature sheep is 39.31 seconds by Hilton Barrett (Australia) at the Wellington Show 2010 in Wellington, New South Wales, Australia, on 1 May 2010.The record was set as part of a competition at the annual show, in which six different participants had two chances each to attempt to break the world record. Barrett was the only one to finish with a time below 40 seconds.
2986Most bounces in a pogo stick marathon (male)James Roumeliotis206864 timesUnited States, Costa Mesa29 July 2011The longest marathon on a pogo stick is 206,864 bounces, achieved by James Roumeliotis (USA) at Pogopalooza 8 in Costa Mesa, California, USA on 29 July 2011. James bounced for 20 hours and 13 minutes.Approved by X Pogo.
2987Largest area ploughed in 24 hoursUnknown91.37 hectare(s)Germany, PogeezThe greatest area ploughed in 24 hours with a six-furrow plough to a depth of 25 cm (9.75 in) is 91.37ha 225.7 acres. This was achieved by Matthias Robrahn of Pogeez, Germany, in a John Deere Type 4955 (228 PS) on 23-24 Sep 1992.
2988Smallest replica guitarHarold Craighead and Dustin CarrUnited States, Cornell University01 January 1997A guitar carved from a block of silicon and based on a Fender Stratocaster, measured ten micrometres long - 1/20 the thickness of human hair. Made in 1997 in just twenty minutes by scientists at the Cornell University, New York, USA, each of its six strings were 0.05 mm 1/100 in thick, equivalent to 100 atoms laid end to end. When plucked, the strings vibrated, but at frequencies 1,000 times higher than the human ear can pick up. Each approximately 50 nanometres wide (around 100 atoms of Silicon), the strings could actually be plucked by an atomic force microscope and resonate. Examples like this guitar, which is the size of a human blood cell, are instrumental in demonstrating capabilities for micro-engineering structures that will be useful for medical and bio-engineering applications.
2989First professional film stuntwomanHelen GibsonUnited States, ,,01 January 1914The first professional stuntwoman was Helen Gibson, who doubled for Helen Holmes in the first 26 episodes of Kalem's serial The Hazard's of Helen (US14). Trained as a trick rider, she proved herself adept at other hair-raising exploits, including jumping a speeding motorcycle on to a fast moving locomotive. Generally during this period, actresses were doubled in dangerous scenes by men in drag. Since the introduction of the Sex Equality Act in the USA, it is illegal for stuntmen to double for actresses unless no stuntwoman is willing to take on the assignment.
2990Most expensive jigsaw puzzle sold at auctionRachel Page Elliot27.000 US dollar(s)United States, Eisenhower Conference Centre,Gettysburg,Pennsylvania29 September 2005The record for the most expensive jigsaw puzzle sold for a charitable art auction to benefit a non-profit organization The Golden Retriever Foundation at a bid of $27.000 (£14.589). The hand-crafted wooden jigsaw puzzle was custom made by Rachel Page Elliott (USA). The charity event was held at the Eisenhower Conference Centre, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA on 28 September 2005.At the time, Rachel Page Elliot was 92 years old. She has lectured around the world, and just updated her world-renown book and video on canine anatomical structure and movement. In puzzle circles, she has received national awards from her fellow puzzlers and is renowned for her detailed craftsmanship. The puzzle consist of 467 interlocking pieces, many cut in her unique designs of birds, cats, horses, and, of course, Golden Retrievers in various poses. It features a signed print entitled "The Outing" depicting a Golden Retriever female and five puppies playing in the grass. (A photo is available upon request).
2991Most backflips (single leap) - in-line skatesJason StinsmenfirstUnited States, Los Angeles20 January 2001Jason Stinsmen of Allentown, Philadelphia achieved using a ramp, a double back flip at Van Nuys Aitport, California, USA for Guinness World Records: Primetime, on January 20, 2001.
2992Golf ball control, two clubs - durationGauldino Guerreiro59/58 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Tenby01 September 2003Gualdino Guerreiro (Portugal) managed to keep a regulation golf ball aloft, using two sandwedge golf clubs for 59 min 58 sec at the Giltar Hotel, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, UK on 15 September 2003.
2993Fastest 10km joggling with three objects - menMichal Kapral36/27 minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto10 September 2006Michal Kapral (Canada) jogged a distance of 10 km while juggling 3 beanbags without dropping them in 36 min 27 sec at the Longboat Toronto Island Run, Toronto, Canada on 10 September 2006.
2994Most people crammed on a single-decker bus, unmodifiedFaculty of Mechanical Engineering, Krakow University of Technology229 peoplePoland, Krakow01 June 2011The most people crammed on an unmodified bus is 229 and was achieved by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Krakow University of Technology in Krakow, Poland, on 1 June 2011.The bus took a 75-metre journey lasting 57 seconds with all 229 passengers inside.
2995Largest piece of fallen iceUnknownUnited Kingdom, The estate of Mr Moffat of Balvullich, Ross-shire.13 January 1849On 13 August 1849 a piece of ice 6 m (20 ft) long was reported to have fallen from the sky in Scotland, UK. The ice was clear but looked like it was composed of smaller pieces, possibly hailstones. One possible explanation is that hailstones were fused together by a bolt of lightning. The mass of ice reportedly fell after a peal of thunder.
2996Grape blowing durationUnknownSweden, Stockholm29 November 2001Marianne Gille (Sweden) was able to keep a grape suspended in the air above her mouth for 4.81 sec on the set of Guinness Rekord TV, Stockholm, Sweden, on 29 November 2001.
2997Tallest drinking glass fountain (pyramid)Luuk BroosBelgium, Antwerpen25 January 2008Luuk Broos (Netherlands) and his team created a champagne fountain consisting of 43,680 glasses, forming 63 storeys, at the Shopping Center Wijnegem, Belgium, on 25 January 2008.
2998Longest garlic stringPéter Buzás255 metre(s)Hungary, Mako08 September 2006The longest garlic string measured 255 m (836 ft 7 in) and was made for the annual Garlic Festival in Mako, Hungary, on 8 September 2006.
2999Longest ongoing pilgrimage
3000Fastest relay 100 x one mile (female)Harvey Mitro9/23/39 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, 27 November 1998The Canadian Women's Miler's Club ran the 100 x 1 mile relay, which they completed in a time of 9 hr 23 min 39 sec on 27 December 1999.

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