Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3151Most words on a postage stampbpost (Belgian Post Group)Belgium01 January 2014The most words on a postage stamp is 606 words in four languages taken from the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The stamp was issued by bpost (Belgian Post Group) to mark International Women's Day 2014.The stamp depicts the face of a woman made exclusively from words. Only full words counted towards the total.
3152Most lemons caught blindfolded in 30 seconds (team of two)Bipin Larkin, Ashrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica10 October 2013The most lemons caught blindfolded in 30 seconds by a team of two is 15 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) in New York, New York, USA, on 10 October 2013.
3153Most candles extinguished with a single martial arts kickAnthony KellyAustralia, Arnidale15 December 2013The most candles extinguished with a single martial arts kick is 15 and was achieved by Anthony Kelly (Australia) in Arnidale, New South Wales, Australia, on 15 December 2013.
3154Oldest person to complete a marathon on each continent (male)Robert Rebello74/281 year(s), day(s)United States, 28 February 2011The oldest male to complete a marathon on each continent is Robert Rebello (USA), who ran his final marathon at the Antarctica Marathon on 28 February 2011, aged 74 years 281 days.Robert began his attempt by running the Boston Marathon on 19 April 2004. He then proceeded to run the Sydney Marathon in 2005 (Australasia), Bangkok Marathon in 2006 (Asia), Buenos Aires Marathon in 2007 (South America), Stockholm Marathon in 2009 (Europe), Cape Town Marathon in 2010 (Africa), before completing the Antarctica Marathon in 2011. This was part of a series of challenges Robert set himself after he lost his brother John to cancer in 1999. His efforts have seen him raise thousands of dollars for kidney cancer research in memory of his brother.
3155Most TV quiz appearances - contestant
3156Most Christmas crackers pulled in one minute by a team of two
3157Most 360 horizontal spins in a wind tunnel in one minute (individual)
3158Largest gathering of people dressed as princesses
3159Largest parade of boats
3160Most runners linked to complete a half marathon
3161Largest swim dance
3162Most peas eaten using a cocktail stick in 30 secondsAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica,Sri Chinmoy CentreThe most peas eaten using a cocktail stick in 30 seconds is 40 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) in Jamaica, New York, USA, on 24 May 2014.
3163Largest dental capsSpikeCanada, Calgary04 July 2002The world's largest dental caps measure approximately 50 cm (19 in) long, 13 cm (5 in) in diameter and weigh 13 kg (28 lb) each. They were fixed onto a pair of cracked tusks belonging to Spike, a resident Asian elephant, at the Calgary Zoo, Alberta, Canada during a 3 hour 30 min operation on 4 July 2002. The stainless steel caps were designed and manufactured by the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology with metal donated by Corus Steel and adhesive by 3M (all Canada).More dental adhesive was used in this one proceedure than all the dentists in Canada used collectively throughout 2001!The dental caps have been a success in preventing further cracking and infection of the tusks and in replacing the third that was missing - they are now almost as long as his original tusks which were 94 cm (37 in) long.Spike originally cracked only his left tusk, after playing with tyres, but in order to keep him balanced, the caps were fitted to both. Although it is not unusual for caps to be fitted to tusks, these are the largest manufactured so far.
3164Longest snowmobile ramp jump on waterVance IrwinCanada, Hanna01 July 2002Vance Irwin (Canada) performed a 14.6 m (48 ft) ramp jump on water riding his unmodified Polaris 600 snowmobile at Fox Lake Municipal Park, Hanna, Alberta, Canada on 1 July 2002.In accordance with the rules, both the ramp and landing were in the water (rather than on land).
3165Youngest person to wear full set of denturesDaniel Sanchez-RuizUnited Kingdom, Broxburn25 February 2005Daniel Sanchez-Ruiz (UK) was given a full set of dentures on 25 February 2005 at the age of 3 years and 301 days due to a condition called Hypohydrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia.In Daniel's case he has complete anodontia - no teeth at all.
3166Largest collection of letter openersSanta Fe College FoundationUnited States, Gainesville25 October 2012The largest collection of letter openers is 5,000 letter openers and belongs to Santa Fe College Foundation (USA), in Gainesville, Florida, USA, as verified on 25 October 2012.
3167Largest plate inserted in human skulltom thompsonUnited States, Decatur30 April 1971Tom Thompson (USA) had a titanium plate measuring 15 x 11 cm (5.9 x 4.33 in) inserted into the left side of his head by neurosurgeons at DeKalb General Hospital, Decatur, Georgia, USA on 30 April 1971. The surgery took place after he had been struck by a car and pronounced dead on arrival at the local hospital.He graduated from high school in 1973 and later Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas in 1983. He currently is an assistant coach for the semi-professional American football team San Antonio Thunder.
3168Most expensive hamburgerJuicys Foods5000 US dollar(s)United States, Corvallis02 July 2011The most expensive hamburger sells for $5,000 (£3,188.37) and is prepared by Juicys Foods and Ovations Foodservices for Juicys Outlaw Grill, based in Corvallis, Oregon, USA, as of 2 July 2011.
3169Largest can-can danceIRN BRUUnited Kingdom (Scotland only), Glasgow Green,Glasgow13 September 2009The largest can can dance was achieved by 1503 participants in Glasgow Green, Glasgow, UK, during an event organised by IRN BRU, UK, on 13 September 2009.
3170Tallest moving human pyramidNSAUnited States, Philadelphia01 January 1985A human pyramid four stories high consisting of people from the NSA Roller Gymnastics Team (USA), stood upright for eight seconds during which the bottom row roller skated everyone a distance of 47.2 m (155 ft) at the Philadelphia Forum, Pennsylvania, USA in 1985.Set to Research for the time being please
3171Deepest shipwreckUnknownAtlantic Ocean, South Atlantic Ocean30 November 1996On 28 November 1996 Blue Water Recoveries Ltd (UK) discovered the wreck of the SS Rio Grande, using side-scanning sonar, at the bottom of the South Atlantic Ocean. On 30 November 1996 the find was confirmed by the company using a remotely-operated vehicle. The wreck, a World War II German blocade runner, lies at a depth of 5,762 m (18,904 ft).
3172Highest human flight with a rocket beltEric ScottUnited Kingdom, London20 April 2004The highest human flight with a rocket belt is 46 m (152 ft). It was achieved by Eric Scott (USA) on 20 April 2004 in London UK. The event was organised to promote the relaunch of Smirnoff vodka in the UK.
3173Largest collection of toothpaste tubesVal KolpakovUnited States, Atlanta, Georgia,,,The collection is partly displayed in his dental practice.15 June 2012The largest collection of toothpaste tubes is 2,037 and belongs to Val Kolpakov (USA), in Alpharetta, Georgia, USA, on 15 June 2012.The collection consists of 2,037 different tubes of toothpaste from all over the world, including items from Japan, Korea, China, India and Russia.
3174Farthest golf ball blowAshirvad ZaiantchickUnited States, Jamaica, NY29 November 2010The farthest golf ball blow is 6.35 metres (20.85 ft) and was achieved by Ashirvad Zaiantchick (USA) at the Jamaica YMCA in New York, New York, USA, on 29 November 2010.
3175Fastest time to hula hoop 10 km (female)Boo Chan1/27/25 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, 12 March 2009The fastest time to hula hoop 10 km was 1 hr 27 min and 25 sec and was achieved by Boo Chan (Australia) at the Hills Sports Stadium in Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia, on 12 March 2009.Miss Chan only trained for 2 months before the attempt. During training her best time was 1 hr 30 min.
3176Most nails balanced on the head of a single nailAlexander BendikovBelarus, Mogilev08 June 2012The most nails balanced on the head of a single nail is 255 and was achieved by Alexander Bendikov (Belarus), in Minsk, Belarus, on 8 June 2012.
3177Most aircraft on a submarineSen Toku class submarinesJapanThe three Japanese I-400 Sen Toku class submarines built during the second world war each carried three Aichi M6A1 'Sieran' seaplanes, which were stored folded in a 35 m (115 ft) hangar on the submarines' decks and launched along the deck by catapult. The subs displaced around 6,000 tonnes (13,228,000 lb) submerged and were 122 m (400 ft) long, making them the largest ever at that time.
3178Fastest motorcycle handlebar wheelieEnda Wright173.81 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, elvington11 July 2008The fastest speed achieved during a wheelie on the handlebars of a motorcycle is 173.81 km/h (108 mph), by Enda Wright (Ireland) in Elvington, York, UK, on 11 July 2006.
3179Fastest modelling balloon dogJohn CassidyUnited States, New York28 March 2006The fastest time to create one balloon dog sculpture is 6.5 seconds by John Cassidy (USA) at the Balloon Saloon store in New York, USA on 28 March 2006.
3180Largest advertisement in a periodical (magazine)ZINE travelNorway, Lillestrom10 January 2009The largest advertisement in a periodical measured 402 cm (13 ft 2 in) wide by 270 cm (8 ft 10 in) tall and was created by ZINE travel (Norway). It was unveiled in Lillestrom, Norway, on 10 January 2009.

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