Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
301Largest school reunionStadium Centennial Foundation3299 peopleUnited States, Tacoma16 September 2006The largest school reunion involved 3,299 former pupils of Stadium High School, Tacoma, Washington, United States, attending the centennial event on 16 September 2006.
302Most jumps (switches) 180° on a bicycle in one minuteDaniel RallGermany, Aspach,,Comtech Arena13 July 2013The most 180° jumps on a bicycle in one minute is 43 and was achieved by Daniel Rall (Germany) at Comtech Arena, in Aspach, Germany, on 13 July 2013.
303Fastest car window opened by a dogStrikerCanada, Quebéc City01 September 2004The fastest time a dog has unwound a non-electric car window is 11.34 seconds and was achieved by Striker, a border collie owned and trained by Francis V. Gadassi (Hungary). The record was set on 1 September 2004 in Quebéc City, Canada. Striker used his paw and nose to perform the record attempt, and kept checking his progress on the way. The size of the car window is: 72.5 cm (28.5 in) in length and 42 cm (16.5 in) height. The handle is 12 cm (4.7 in) long.
304Farthest distance to throw a bullseye in dartsAndrew FlintoffUnited Kingdom, London19 March 2012The farthest distance to throw a bullseye in darts is 5.05 m (16 ft 6.82 in), achieved by Andrew Flintoff (UK), for the BT Sport Relief Challenge: Flintoff's Record Breakers, in London, United Kingdom, on 19 March 2012.
305Highest jump on a BMX off a dirt rampBenoit MendiboureFrance, Argeles Gazost13 July 2004On a BMX, Benoit Mendiboure (France) jumped a record height of 4 m 80 cm (15 ft 9 in) using a dirt ramp on the set of L’Été De Tous Les Records in Argeles Gazost, France on 13 July 2004.
306First magic society featured on a national stampPaul KieveUnited Kingdom, London15 March 2005The Royal Mail issued a series of five interactive stamps on 15 March 2005, commemorating the centenary of the Magic Circle (UK), one of the oldest and most prestigious society of magicians in the world and the first to be recognized on a national stamp. The issue features another first - a "scratch and reveal" 1st Class stamp. Rubbing it with a coin it could reveal either a 'heads´ or 'tails´ image.
307Most hours of live television by a host in one weekMonta MinoJapan, Akasaka, Minato31 March 2008The record for most live hours on TV in a week by a host is held by Monta Mino (Japan) who is the regular host of a total of 11 live-broadcast programs every week. He appears on on TV as host for a combined total of 22 hours and 15 seconds every week.His real name is Norio Minorikawa. Mino Monta is an emcee famed as the "host amongst hosts" in Japan today.
308Heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 m by a teamMichael BühlerSwitzerland, Widnau,St. Gallen24 October 2009The heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 m (328 ft) by a team was a train weighing 646,350 kg (1,424,958 lbs) by a team organised by Michael Bühler (Switzerland) on 24 October 2009 in Widnau, St. Gallen, Switzerland.The train consisted of eight cars filled with gravel and weighed individually by SBB Cargo of St. Margrethen (sbbcargo.com). The team consisted of 100 members from 42 countries gathered together in an event to promote global peace and diversity. Witnesses included notary public Karin Bürki Sonderegger and town councilman Daniel Bühler. It took the group 1 min 39 sec to pull the vehicle 135 m, surpassing the required 100 m for the record.
309Fastest marathon dressed as a fruit (male)Patrick Wightman2/58/20 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Spain, Barcelona06 March 2011The fastest marathon dressed as a fruit (male) was 2 hr 58 min 20 sec by Patrick Wightman (UK) dressed as a banana at the Barcelona Marathon in Barcelona, Spain, on 6 March 2011.Wightman raised money for Help for Heroes.
310First use of Nintendo for criminal investigationUnknownfirstJapan, 01 January 2008Japanese police have used Nintendo Wii software to generate a wanted post of a hit and run suspect. Usually police authorities use police artists or photofit software for such purposes. However, by selecting a range of face shapes, hairstyles, ears and other features using the Nintendo "Mii" feature, the police were able to create the impression of a young man with hair and sunglasses to use on a wanted poster at the scene of the car accident next to a photo of the type of car involved.
311First two way viewing angle LCD screenSharp CorporationfirstJapan, 01 January 2005In 2005 Sharp Corporation (Japan) revealed the first LCD screen that could display different information depending on the angle you look at it from. It was created using a number of technologies including a parallax barrier on the TFT LCD screen., which allows the LCD to send out light in left and right directions. This technology allows a dashboard-mounted screen to display a movie to a car’s passenger, while displaying GPS data to the driver. In September 2008 Sharp announced it had also created a three way viewing angle LCD screen.
312Fastest time to blow a stamp 100 mChristian Schäfer3/3 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Dachau03 October 2010The fastest time to blow a stamp 100 m is 3 min 3 sec, and was achieved by Christian Schäfer (Germany) at ASV Dachau in Dachau, Germany on 3 October 2010.
313Highest vertical drop on a bicycle onto a targetIan Drummond3.3 metre(s)United Kingdom, Conwy27 July 2012The highest vertical drop on a bicycle onto a target is 3.3 m (10 ft 9.92 in) and was achieved by Ian Drummond (UK), at the Access All Eirias event, Colwyn Bay, North Wales, UK, on 27 July 2012.
314Longest wait for a sequel to a point n click adventureTales of Monkey Island (LucasArts, 2009)With a gap of 8 years and 242 days between Escape from Monkey Island in 2000 and Tales of Monkey Island in 2009, fans had a longer wait for a true Monkey Island sequel than any other series in the sub-genre. The new episodic Tales of Monkey Island game was released alongside a graphically updated remake of the original The Secret of Monkey Island to widespread critical acclaim.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
315First sit-down arcade cabinet to use fresnel-lens projectionStarBladefirst, 01 January 1991Game: StarBladePublisher: NamcoThe first-person arcade shooter StarBlade (1991) featured quadraphonic sound and a vibrating cockpit seat. It was also the first sit-down arcade cabinet to use a fresnel lens to reflect the image from a standard 26-in monitor onto the interior of the “pod”, giving a unique 3D wraparound “space” effect. A fresnel lens (named after its inventor, Augustin-Jean Fresnel) is a thin, lightweight lens composed of concentric rings, such as that used in lighthouses.
316Fastest marathon dressed as a vegetableEdward Lumley2/59/33 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London22 April 2012The fastest marathon dressed as a vegetable is 2 hr 59 min 33 sec and was achieved by Edward Lumley (UK) dressed as a carrot at the 2012 Virgin London Marathon, London, UK, on 22 April 2012.
317Fastest time to dress a Barbie dollCatherine LomasUnited Kingdom, Butlins, Skegness30 October 2010The fastest time to dress a Barbie doll is 28.87 seconds and was achieved by Catherine Lomas (UK) at Butlins, Skegness, UK, on 30 October 2010.Adjudicated by Steve Campbell as part of GWR Live! at Butlins.
318Fastest marathon dressed as a bottle (male)Terry Brady3:16:58 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Ireland, 27 June 2015The fastest marathon dressed as a bottle (male) is 3 hr 16 min 58 sec, and was achieved by Terry Brady (Ireland) at the Waterford Viking Marathon in Waterford, Ireland, on 27 June 2015. Terry completed the marathon course dressed in an Orpens Apple Cider bottle.
319Fastest marathon dressed as a chefStephen Roach4:47:51 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London26 April 2015The fastest marathon dressed as a chef is 4 hr 47 min 51 sec and was achieved by Stephen Roach (UK) at the Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 26 April 2015.Roach's record was one of 34 records verified by GWR on the day of the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon.
320Most pledges received for a campaignAnheuser-Busch InBevNot Applicable, Global31 December 2014The most pledges received for a campaign is 747,496 and was achieved by Anheuser-Busch InBev globally from September to December 2014. The purpose of the campaign was to promote responsible drinking and provide training on responsible alcohol beverage sales to bartenders, waiters, grocery store clerks and others who serve and sell alcohol.
321Largest shabbat dinnerMAKKABI Deutschland e.V.Germany, Berlin31 July 2015The largest Shabbat dinner is 2,322 and was organised by MAKKABI Deutschland e.V. (Germany), in Berlin, Germany, on 31 July 2015. The Shabbat dinner was part of the 14th European Maccabi Games with more than 30 nations taking part.
322Fastest robot to solve a Rubik's CubeAlbert Beer0.887 second(s)Germany, Munich23 January 2016The fastest robot to solve a Rubik's Cube is Sub1 with a time of 0.887 seconds, built by Albert Beer (Germany), and demonstrated at the Cubikon Store, in Munich, Germany, 23 January 2016. The robot utilised two webcams (which were shuttered before the timing started) which captured the arrangement of all six sides of the cube. The robot then used Tomas Rokicki's extremely fast implementation of Herbert Kociemba's Two-Phase Algorithm to create a solution. The solution was handed over to an Arduino-compatible microcontroller board that orchestrated the 20 moves of six high performance steppers, to turn each side of the cube. The cube met all WCA (World Cube Association) standards.
323Oldest person to have a hysterectomyEvelyn MokrzyckiUnited States, Burnsville09 July 2013The oldest person to have a hysterectomy is Evelyn Mokrzycki (USA, b 12 January 1915), who had a hysterectomy aged 98 years and 178 days, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on 9 July 2013.Evelyn (known as Betty) lives in Minnesota and will turn 100 years old on 12 January 2015.
324Loudest purr by a domestic catMerlin67.8 decibels decibel(s) (A-weighted)United Kingdom, Torquay02 April 2015The loudest purr by a domestic cat is 67.8 db(A) and was achieved by Merlin, owned by Tracy Westwood (UK), at her home in Torquay, Devon, UK, on 2 April 2015.Merlin is 13 years old.Full story: Rescue cat Merlin sets new world record for loudest purr
325Largest vocabulary lessonDhaval Bathia1,310 participantsIndia, 15 September 2015The largest vocabulary lesson consists of 1,310 participants, and was organised by Dhaval Bathia (India) in Maharashtra, India, on 15 September 2015. Students came from a number of different schools for this attempt to learn how to widen their English vocabulary.
326Most people performing a jumping high five simultaneouslyTransport for London432 pairsUnited Kingdom, Horse Guards Parade, LondonThe most people performing a jumping high five simultaneously is 432 pairs and was achieved by 100 Years of Women in Transport (UK), in London, UK, on 23 June 2015. This Guinness World Records attempt took place as part of the National Women in Engineering Day celebrations.
327Longest time to spin a basketball on a toeBernie Eric Jeffrey Boehm25.52 metre(s)United States, Wilbur-by-the-Sea12 March 2015The longest time to spin a basketball on a toe is 25.52 seconds, achieved by Bernie Eric Jeffrey Boehm (USA), in Wilbur-by-the-Sea, Florida, USA, on 12 March 2015. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: burniemac26): http://challengers.guinnessworldrecords.com/challenges/105-longest-time-spinning-a-basketball-on-a-toe/attempts/6547
328Most nationalities in a yoga lessonInternational Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON)106 countriesIndia, Kolkata13 August 2015The most nationalities in a yoga lesson is 106 and was organised by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) (India), in Kolkata, India, on 13 August 2015. The event was held to mark the start of The Golden Jubilee celebrations of ISKCON's foundation and to further the practice of ‘Bhakti’ Yoga.
329Most motorcycles on a sphere of deathHenan Acrobatic Group Co., Ltd.China, Beijing17 August 2015 BCThe most motorcycles on a sphere of death is 12 and was achieved by 12 motorcyclists from Henan Acrobatic Group Co., Ltd. (China) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 17 August 2015. It was an outdoor attempt for the CCTV-Guinness World Records Special TV show.
330Most pledges received for a safety campaignAbbott HealthcareIndia, All IndiaThe most pledges received for a safety campaign is 318,445 and was achieved by Abbott Healthcare (India) for their road safety campaign across India, collected on 29 April 2015. Pledges were received from locations across India in a pledge to improve road safety

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