Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
3121Most participants in a game of tag in 24 hours (multiple venues)Boys & Girls Clubs of AmericaUnited States20 April 2012The most participants in a game of tag in 24 hours at multiple locations is 20,541 and was achieved by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (USA) at 335 locations worldwide from 19-20 April 2012.This was the 2nd attempt for Boys & Girls Clubs of America and along with their other record for the most people star jumping simultaneously at multiple venues, is part of an effort to encourage good fitness and healthy lifestyles for children.
3122Smallest dog modelBebeUnited States, Hamilton, NJ22 February 2012The smallest modelling dog is 4 year old Bebe (USA), a long haired chihuahua who measures 17.14 cm (6.75 in) tall, 24.13 cm (9.5 in) long, and has worked for many companies in a paid capacity. Bebe is owned by Nikki Figular from Hamilton, New jersey, USA.Bebe has also modelled for a number of websites and publications and has also made TV appearances as a canine model.
3123Largest linked race - most pairs (single venue)Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS)3479 pairsMexico, Mexico CityThe largest linked race by most pairs (single venue) was achieved by 3,479 pairs at the second annual "La Carrera de Padres e Hijos", organized by IMSS (Mexico), at the Hemiciclo a Juárez in Mexico City, Mexico, on 18 May 2014.All of the participants started at the same time some ran 1 km (0.62 mi), some ran 2 km (1.24 mi) and some ran 3 km (1.86 mi). Runners were all linked at the wrist by elastic bands provided by IMSS and all of the participants were registered as parent and child.
3124Largest collection of rose-water sprinklersDipak P. ShahIndia, Vadodara30 March 2012The largest collection of rose-water sprinklers belongs to Dipak P. Shah (India) and consists of 137 different rose-water sprinklers as of 30 March 2012, in Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
3125Largest barefoot race on iceFriesland Post361 peopleNetherlands, Heerenveen,,Ice stadium26 January 2013The largest barefoot race on ice consisted of 361 participants and was achieved by Friesland Post (Netherlands), in Heerenveen, Netherlands, on 26 January 2013.The length of the race was 1 km (3,280 ft 10.08 in) and was achieved in 13.36 min.
3126Most tickets sold for a stand-up comedy tourJeff Dunham1981720 unit(s) soldUnited States, Los Angeles28 January 2014The most tickets sold for a stand-up comedy tour is 1,981,720 and was achieved by Jeff Dunham (USA) for his "Spark of Insanity" tour, which was performed in 386 venues worldwide from 13 September 2007 to 21 August 2010.Jeff Dunham is an American ventriloquist and stand-up comedian. The record was measured by the total number of tickets sold (paid attendance) for the duration of the tour.
3127Most people playing a board game simultaneouslyJapan Shogi Association, Japan Tobacco Inc., Table Mark Co., Ltd.3148 peopleJapan, Koto18 November 2012The most people playing a board game simultaneously is 3,148 and was achieved by Japan Shogi Association, Japan Tobacco Inc. and TableMark Co., Ltd. (all Japan), at Tokyo Big Sight, in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, on 18 November 2012.The event was held in the 1st match of Shogi Nihon series JT Pro kousikien/Tablemark kodomo taikai (official children's match) in Tokyo. All 3,148 participants were elementry school children and they played shogi, a Japanese board game.
3128Largest box of pastaBarilla Gıda A.Ş.Turkey, IstanbulThe largest box of pasta measures 1.54 m (5 ft 0.6 in) in height and 1.30 m (4 ft 3.8 in) in width and was created by Barilla Gida A.S. (Turkey), in Istanbul, Turkey, on 8 May 2012.Italy's Barilla, one of the world's biggest pasta maker, and Turkey's Migros Ticaret supermarket chain teamed up to produce a half-tonne box of penne pasta, which sells for 999 Turkish lira ($560), for charity.The boxes will be sold at supermarkets in Istanbul, Edirne and the resort port city of Bodrum. All revenues from the sales of the massive cartons will go to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
3129Most bouncy balls scooped in 30 secondsEmiko HanadaJapan, Tokyo,Tokyo MidtownThe most bouncy balls scooped in 30 seconds was 29 and was achieved by Emiko Hanada (Japan) during the Park Challenge / GWR Live! at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan on 1 May 2012.This was part of the 2012 Park Challenge event in Tokyo Midtown.
3130Largest motorcycle poker run (single venue)Realities For Children1494 participantsUnited States, Fort CollinsThe largest motorcycle poker run consists of 1,494 participants and was achieved by Realities for Children (USA) in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, on 26 May 2013.The poker run, which is in its 12th year, raised $130,000 in 2013 for abused children. The variation of poker used was Texas hold'em and the winner was Kayla Brookhart with a king high straight spade flush.
3131Longest line of fanfare trumpeters (valveless trumpets)Märkischer Turnerbund460 participantsGermany, Potsdam01 June 2013The longest line of fanfare trumpeters is 460 trumpeters and was achieved by Märkischer Turnerbund (Germany) in Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany, on 1 June 2013.The trumpeters performed 'Potsdamer Fanfarenmarsch.'
3132Fastest quarter mile by an electric carMate RimacCroatia, Velika Gorica17 April 2012The fastest 1/4 mile by an electric car is 11.850 sec, achieved by Mate Rimac (Croatia) driving a modified BMW M3 E30, at ETC, Velika Gorica, Croatia, on 17 April 2012.Rimac's BMW has been equipped with a 440 kW electric motor powered by batteries rated at 24 kWh. At the 1/4 mile marker the car was travelling at a speed of 122.23 kmh (75.949 mph).
3133Fastest eighth mile by an electric carMate RimacCroatia, Zagreb17 April 2012The fastest 1/8 mile by an electric car is 7.604 sec, achieved by Mate Rimac (Croatia) driving a modified BMW M3 E30, at ETC, Velika Gorica, Croatia, on 17 April 2012.Rimac's BMW has been equipped with a 440 kW electric motor powered by batteries rated at 24 kWh. At the 1/8 mile marker the car was travelling at a speed of 95.24 kmh (59.179 mph).
3134Longest wheelie by a skid loaderJake HatchUnited States, Snowflake,,Taylor Rodeo Grounds28 July 2012The longest wheelie by a skid loader is 21.88 m (71.78 ft) and was achieved by Jake R. Hatch (USA) at Taylor Rodeo Grounds, Taylor, Arizona, USA, on 28 July 2012.Hatch used a Bobcat skid steer for his attempt.
3135Most consecutive opponents in a table tennis rallyIDTTL108 peopleUnited Kingdom, Ipswich18 March 2012The most consecutive opponents in a table tennis rally is 108 and was achieved by Stephen Gertsen and the Ipswich & District Table Tennis League (all UK) in Ipswich, UK, on 18 March 2012.Stephen Gertsen is the current ETTA Eastern Region coach and former Welsh International. He played at the World Championship (Bremen), European Championships (Aarhus), and Commonwealth Games (New Delhi). He won a bronze medal in the Commonwealth Championships in Glasgow for Wales.
3136Most mentions of a brand name on Twitter in 24 hoursEzaki Glico Co., Ltd.3710044 timesJapan, 11 November 2013The most mentions of a brand name on Twitter in 24 hours is 3,710,044, achieved by Ezaki Glico Co., Ltd. (Japan) and their biscuit stick Pocky on 11 November 2013.The word "Pocky", which is a name of a biscuit stick product of Ezaki Glico Co., Ltd., was mentioned in Japanese on Twitter as part of their Pocky day celebrations, that take place annually on 11 November.
3137Fastest milk floatWeetabix On the Go Breakfast Drinks and Rob Gill (both UK)136.081 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Bruntingthorpe,Leicester,Bruntingthorpe Airfield and Proving Ground25 June 2014The fastest speed achieved by a milk float is 136.081 km/h (84.556 mph) and was created by Weetabix On the Go Breakfast Drinks and driven by Rob Gill (both UK) at Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire on 25 June 2014.
3138Fastest time to complete a marathon on each continent and the North Pole (male)Ziyad Tariq RahimQatar09 April 2013The fastest time to complete a marathon on each continent and the North Pole (male) is 41 days, 20 hours, 38 minutes and 58 seconds and was achieved by Ziyad Tariq Rahim (Pakistan), from 26 February 2013 to 9 April 2013.Ziyad ran the eight marathons in aid of CARE Pakistan. The race details of the eight marathons he ran are as follows:Marathon 1 - Punta Arenas Marathon, Chile, South America, 26/02/13 - 5:38.09Marathon 2 - White Continent Marathon, King George Island, Antarctica, 27/02/13 - 5:56.58Marathon 3 - Cyprus Marathon, Cyprus, Europe, 10/03/13 - 4:46.45Marathon 4 - Los Angeles Marathon, USA, North America, 17/03/13 - 5:02.52Marathon 5 - DUAL Trial Marathon, New Zealand, Australasia, 23/03/13 - 5:59.14Marathon 6 - Two Oceans Marathon, South Africa, Africa, 30/03/13 - 6:49.59Marathon 7 - Dead Sea Marathon, Jordan, Asia, 05/04/13 - 4:32.53Marathon 8 - North Pole Marathon, Arctic Ocean, North Pole, 09/04/13 - 8:41.58The timing for this record began when Ziyad started his first marathon in Chile and ended when he crossed the line of his last marathon in the North Pole.
3139Largest parade of food trucksGeneration Food Truck121 participantsUnited States, Tampa29 March 2014The largest parade of food trucks numbered 121 vehicles and was achieved by Generation Food Truck (USA) at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida, USA, on 29 March 2014. The parade preceded a two-day food truck rally at the fairgrounds.
3140Largest collection of planes (carpentry)Vitaliy IslentyevRussia, YeniseyskThe largest collection of carpentry planes belongs to Vitaliy Islentyev (Russia) and consists of 1,250 planes as of 29 May 2013, in Yeniseysk, Krasnoyarsk, Russia.Vitaliy Islentyev started his carpentry plane collection after finding a box of planes in his father's carpentry shed. Vitaliy Islentyev aims to collect and restore as many planes as possible from around the world.
3141Most hair dyed in an 8 hour relayLaboratorio HedalyArgentina, Buenos Aires17 March 2013The most hair dyed in an 8 hour relay is 160 heads of hair and was achieved by Laboratorio Hedaly (Argentina) in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 17 March 2013The event took place from 11:18 and finished well within the 8 hour timeframe - taking just 4 hours 30 minutes to dye the hair of 160 people. As per the rules only 10 hairdressers performed the hair dyeing at any one time. In total 50 took part during the day. Assistants were on hand to help with the washing and drying of the hair following the dyeing process. Several famous people had their hair dyed during the event including Roberto Pettinato who was the record-breaker by being the 126th person to have his hair dyed to break the previous record. The record attempt was to celebrate the Dia de Coloración (Hair dyeing day) and the 317 brand was used on all participants.
3142Loudest motorcycle audio systemDenis PodshivalovRussia, Omsk,,Fedorovka airport28 July 2012The loudest motorcycle audio system produces a sound pressure level of 143 decibels, and was built by Denis Podshivalov (Russia), and showcased at an International Auto Sound Challenge Association competition at Fedorovka airport, Omsk, Russia, on 28th July 2012.
3143Fastest mental arithmetic – Flash Anzan™Takeo SasanoJapan, Sakyo08 August 2012The fastest mental arithmetic – Flash Anzan™ is 1.70 seconds and was achieved by Takeo Sasano (Japan) by correctly adding 15 sets of three-digit numbers flashed on the screen at All Japan Soroban Championships in Kyoto International Conference Center, in Sakyo, Kyoto, Japan, on 8 August 2012.
3144Fastest time to 100 Eskimo rolls by hand in a canoe/kayak (male)Colin Hill2/39.2 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London,,Crystal Palace22 February 1987Colin Hill (UK) achieved 100 Eskimo rolls by hand in 2 min 39.2 sec at Crystal Palace, London, UK, on 22 February 1987.
3145Highest revolving restaurant in a building
3146Largest architectural videogame displayFrank Lee11111.2 square metre(s)United States, Philadelphia05 April 2014The largest architectural videogame display measures 11,111.2 m² (119,600 ft²), and was achieved by game design professor Frank Lee (USA), who developed a version of Tetris that was played on the north and south façades of the 29-storey Cira Centre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, on 5 April 2014.The light grid on each side of the office building was made up of 460 LED lights creating a 20 by 23 pixel screen, which was made controllable via a computer remotely connected to the building's own network.
3147Most translated book by a debut author, pre-publicationHalf Bad by Sally Green (Penguin)United Kingdom, London03 March 2014A book is typically translated and sold into other territories after proving to be a success in its domestic market, but the debut novel translated into the most languages prior to publication is Half Bad by Sally Green (UK), which had been sold in 45 languages in the year running up to its UK launch by Penguin on 3 March 2014.
3148Most translated children’s book by a debut author, pre-publicationHalf Bad by Sally Green (Penguin)United Kingdom, London03 March 2014A book is typically translated and sold into other territories after proving to be a success in its domestic market, but the debut novel translated into the most languages prior to publication is Half Bad by Sally Green (UK), which had been sold in 45 languages in the year running up to its UK launch by Penguin on 3 March 2014.
3149Deepest underwater weddingSandra Smith, Hiroyuki YoshidaThailand, Song Hong30 September 2013The deepest underwater wedding is 130 m (426 ft 6.1 in) achieved by Hiroyuki Yoshida (Japan) and Sandra Smith (USA) at Song Hong Lake, Trang, Thailand, on 30 September 2013.
3150Most forward somersaults in a wind tunnel in one minuteMatthew GagneUnited Arab Emirates18 February 2014The most forward somersaults in a wind tunnel in one minute is 58 and was achieved by Matthew Gagne (USA) at Inflight in Dubai, UAE, on 18 February 2014.

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