Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
3301Most coins toppled in a domino fashionShinsei Bank, LimitedJapan, Koto22 November 2009The largest number of coins toppled in a domino fashion is 12,349 and was achieved by Shinsei Bank, Limited (Japan) at TACS Odaiba Studio in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, on 22 November 2009.
3302Largest trumpetBenny J MamotoIndonesia, Tondano31 October 2009The largest playable trumpet is 32 m (104 ft 11.84 in) long with a a bell of 5.20 m (17ft) in diameter and a 6.8 m (22 ft 3,72 in) in circumference. It was achieved by Mr. Benny J Mamoto (Indonesia) in Tondano, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, on 31 October 2009.The trumpet can be played with the support of a kompressor.
3303Most 360 degree spins of a pole around the body in one minuteCui ZhizeChina, Beijing18 November 2009The most 360 degree spins of a pole around the body are 55 and were achieved by Cui Zhize (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 18 November 2009. In this record the 360 degree spins of the pole itself are measured, not the number of times it goes 360 degrees around the body of the claimant.
3304Most kisses in one minute by a pairPaul Fremeau and Alina EvansUnited States, Santa Barbara,California14 February 2012The most kisses in one minute by a pair is 258, achieved by Paul Fremeau and Alina Evans (both USA), in Santa Barbara, California, USA, on 14 February 2012.The attempt took place at Tremblay Financial in Santa Barbara, California, USA.
3305Most expensive mugNestle Thai Ltd.33842 US dollar(s)Thailand, Bangkok09 January 2008The most valuable mug was made from 23 carat gold and bought for 1,000,023 Thai Baht (£17,293, $33,842) by Nestlé Thai Ltd. on 9 January 2008.The mug was made by Yoo Long Kim Kee Gold Store, Bangkok, Thailand and given away as part of a promotional offer for NesCafé in Thailand. It weighed 1,092.5 grams.
3306Largest croquetteCherish, Van DobbenNetherlands, Amsterdam27 October 2007The largest croquette weighed 225.8 kg (497 lb) and was made by Cherish and Van Dobben (both Netherlands) in Oostzaan, Netherlands on 27 October 2007.The croquette measured 143 cm (4 ft 8 in) in length and 47.3 cm (1 ft 6 in) in diameter.
3307Most downloads of a software application in 24 hrsUnknownUnited States, Mountain View, California18 June 2008The most downloads for a single piece of software in 24 hours is 8,002,530 for Mozilla's Firefox 3.0 between 17-18 June 2008. This 'Download Day' marked the launch of the new version of the Firefox web browser.Mozilla Firefox is a free web browser that is developed by a team of volunteer programmers throughout the world. The Mozilla Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote open-source software.
3308Largest parade of classic motorcyclesHeimatverein EibachGermany, Eibach27 July 2008The largest parade of classic motorcycles consisted of 170 motorcycles in a parade organized by the Heimatverein Eibach in Eibach, Germany, on 27 July 2008.On the same day they broke the record for the largest parade of classic tractors.
3309Most powerful jet engine on a fighter aircraftF-35 Lighting II JSF128100 newton(s)United States, 18 September 2006The most powerful fighter jet engine is the US aircraft engine manufacturer, Pratt and Whitney's engine for the F-35 Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). Whilst its published power is rated at 28,800 lb thrust (128.1 kN) in intermediate power and 43,010 lb thrust (191.3 kN) in maximum power, on 18 September 2006, it set a record for thrust from a fighter engine reaching more than 40,000 lb thrust (178 kN).NB, it is normal to quote engine power in lb thrust (hence metric in brackets).
3310First laser weapon to shoot down an operational rocketTHEL or ACTDfirstUnited States, White Sands Missile Range07 June 2000The first time that a laser weapon has successfully shot-down an operational rocket occurred when the US Army and the Israeli Ministry of Defence destoyed a Katyusha rocket carrying a live warhead, using the High Energy Laser/Advance Concept Technology Demonstrator (THEL/ACTD) - the world’s first high energy laser weapon system designed for such operational use - at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, USA on 7 June 2000.
3311Largest yowla danceSheikh Mohammed bin Hamad, the Crown Prince of FujairahUnited Arab Emirates, Fujairah ,Fujairah Fort ,Fujairah Fort, Fujairah, United Arab Emirates26 November 2010The largest Yowla dance was achieved by 285 participants from three different tribes within Fujairah (UAE), as part of the Fujairah Crown Prince Award and Al Saif traditional sword competition, at Fujairah Fort, Fujairah, UAE on 26 November 2010.The Yowla dance was the final event of the day as there were stalls and activities set up as a way of celebrating and raising awareness for the history and culture of Fujairah. Fujairah is part of the United Arab Emirates and has a rich history and many traditions, with one being that of the Yowla dance. Many men have been doing this dance since they were little boys, which also includes several sword throws and dances involving sticks or rifles. This traditional dance was performed infront of a crowd of spectators for Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad, The Crown Prince of Fujairah. It was essential to the Crown Prince that people from all over the world are made aware and recognise the traditions and beauty that lies within the culture of Fujairah and hopes that the Yowla dance will show people that the history of this hidden beauty within the Emirates should not be forgotten.
3312Fastest baseball pitch (female)Lauren Boden69 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Claremont20 September 2013The fastest baseball pitch by a female is 69 mph (111.05 km/h) and was achieved by Lauren Boden (USA), on the set of 'Officially Amazing' in Claremont, California, USA, on 20 September 2013.
3313Nearest Red supergiantBetelgeuseBetelgeuse, in the constellation of Orion, lies just 427 light years from the Solar System. Like all red supergiants, it is a massive star nearing the end of its relatively short lifespan of perhaps just a few million years in total. It has a mass of around 14 times that of the Sun and varies in size between around 400 and 600 times the Sun’s diameter.
3314First commercially released golf videogameGolf01 January 1980The earliest commercially released golfing video game was the aptly named Golf, which was released in 1980 for the Atari 2600. However, although this was the first golf game, it was not the first to let the player swing a club. A year earlier in 1979, Miniature Golf (also for the Atari 2600) became the earliest ever golf-themed game to receive a commercial release and the earliest miniature golf game to be released.
3315Most dominoes toppled in a spiralSinners Domino Entertainment55555 itemsGermany, Büdingen12 July 2013The most dominoes toppled in a spiral is 55,555 and was achieved by Sinners Domino Entertainment (Germany), on the set of "Officially Amazing" (CBBC/Lion TV), at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany, on 12 July 2013.
3316Heaviest vehicle pulled by a swallowed swordRyan StockUnited States, Las Vegas28 October 2008The heaviest vehicle pulled by a sword swallower is 1,696.44 kg (3,740 lbs) and was achieved by Ryan Stock (Canada) for the television programme Guinea Pig in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 28 October 2008.The vehicle pulled was a 2002 Audi A4. It was pulled 6.38 m (20 ft 11 in) in 20.53 seconds. The sword swallowed was 43.18 cm long (17 in) and 2 cm wide (3/4 in).Danny Girton Jr. adjudicated.
3317Most people washing their handsLifebuoy Team37809 peopleNigeria, Lagos14 October 2011The most people washing their hands is 37,809 at an event organised by Lifebuoy Team and the federal government of Nigeria at TBS Onikan in Lagos, Nigeria on 14 October 2011.The record was held to encourage children to wash their hands with soap and water to defeat diarrhea.
3318Largest glowstickKNIXS GmbHGermany, Darmstadt/Weiterstadt29 June 2009The largest glowstick is 3 metres (9 ft 10 in) tall with a outside diametre of 20 cm (7.87 in) and a volume of 88.6 litres. It was created by KNIXS GmbH (all Germany) and was presented and cracked in Darmstadt Weiterstadt, Germany, on 29th June 2009.The outside cylinder was made from plexiglass. It was filled with 40 litres of component A (20 litres of trent-buthanol, 20 litres of 30% hydrogen peroxide). Inside the plexiglass cylinder was another duran glass cylinder which in turn was filled with component B (40 litres Dimetylphtalat, 80 grams Bis-(2,4-dinitrophenyl)oxalate and 20 gram Rhodamin). The stick glowed for about 10 minutes.
3319First known example of live birthUnknownAustraliaThe earliest-known example of live birth is a fossilised 380-million-year-old mother and embryo placoderm (prehistoric armoured fish). The extremely well-preserved fossil clearly reveals the presence of an embryo attached to its mother via an umbilical cord. Measuring 25 cm long, this remarkable specimen was uncovered in the Gogo area of Western Australia in 2005 by a team from Victoria, but its existence was not made public until 2008. Representing a new species, it was named Materpiscis attenboroughi, after British television wildlife presenter Sir David Attenborough.
3320First successful Mars polar landerPhoenix, Vastitas BorealisNASA´s Phoenix spacecraft landed in the Vastitas Borealis, the great world-wrapping lowland plain in the northern polar region, on 25 May 2008. It entered the atmosphere after a nearly nine month journey at 21,000 kph, using a heat shield, then parachute and retro rockets to slow to just 8 kph for touchdown. Amongst its equipment was a robot arm that dug trenches in the surface and dropped the soil into analysers on the lander. Contact was lost with Phoenix on 2 November 2008.
3321Longest career as a weather forecasterPeter Coade50/8/21 year(s), month(s), day(s)Canada, Halifax21 June 2013The longest career as a weather forecaster is 50 years, 8 months and 21 days, and was achieved by Peter Coade (Canada) at CBC Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from 1 October 1962 to 21 June 2013.
3322Largest serving of currywurstMKN Maschinenfabrik Kurt Neubauer GmbH & Co.Germany, Wolfenbüttel30 April 2010The largest serving of currywurst weighed 175.2 kg (386.25 lb) and was made by MKN Maschinenfabrik Kurt Neubauer GmbH & Co. (Germany) in Wolfenbüttel, Germany, on 30 April 2010.The currywurst was 320 m (1,049 ft 10 in) long and was cooked in a 7 m x 1.5 m (22 ft 12 in x 4 ft 11 in) custom built grill. After frying it was surved to the public with 95 kg (209.44 lbs) of tomato sauce and 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of curry powder.
3323Most sand moved with a teaspoon in 30 secondsMajid Mohammad194 millilitre(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai,Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village30 January 2009The most sand moved in 30 seconds with a teaspoon is 194 ml (6.83 fl oz) achieved by Majid Mohammad (Pakistan) at the Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village, Dubai, UAE, on 30 January 2009.
3324Longest videogame marathon on a fighting gameAJ Lysiak48 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, KentThe longest videogames marathon playing a fighting game lasted 48 hours exactly and was achieved by Anthony 'AJ' Lysiak (USA), who played Street Fighter X Tekken (Capcom, 2012) at Game Emporium in Garrettsville, Ohio, USA, from 4-6 May 2012.The Game Emporium arcade where the attempt took place is a small local business that ran two consecutive lock-in events to support AJ's attempt.
3325First wearable sniper detection systemEARS sniper detection systemfirst, North America01 January 2009Made by Planning Systems Inc, part of QinetiQ North America, the EARS sniper detection system is the first that can be worn by a fighting soldier. It enables the user, following contact with a sniper, to immediately go on the offensive by giving audio and visual cueing to provide detection and location of an adversary. Based on a miniature, single, integrated acoustic sensor, it weighs under one pound uses just one watt of power.
3326Largest cyclotronTRIUMF cyclotron01 January 1974Cyclotrons are a type of particle accelerator in which charged particles, such as protons, are accelerated using a high frequency alternating voltage. The particles move in a spiral so that they meet the same accelerating voltage numerous times. The largest is the 18 m diameter machine at TRIUMF, the Canadian lab for particle and nuclear physics. The protons inside this cyclotron travel 45 km as they spiral outwards, gradually reaching their maximum energy of 520 mega electron volts. The TRIUMF cyclotron has been in operation since 1974.
3327First video phone watchLG GD910 Watch PhonefirstUSA, Las Vegas01 January 2009With a thickness of 1.39 cm (0.55 in) and a 3.6 cm (1.43 in) colour screen, the LG GD910 Watch Phone is the first model in the world that allows video calls. First announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, USA, the phone includes features such as a touchscreen, voice recognition. MP3 player and Bluetooth. It is currently scheduled to be available to the public sometime in 2009.
3328Smallest camera planeUniversity of Delft, DelFly MicroNetherlands, University of Delft01 July 2008In July 2008 researchers at the University of Delft, Netherlands, unveiled the DelFly Micro. The dragonfly-shaped prototype aerial drone weighs just 3 grams and has a wingspan of 10 cm (4 in). It carries a camera that transmits live video to a controller on the ground. The camera and transmitter weigh 0.4 g and the onboard lithium ion battery can keep the plane flying for up to three minutes.
3329Most times to jump into a pair of underpants in one hourKevin Velaiden234 timesUnited Kingdom, 27 March 2009The most times to jump into a pair of underpants in one hour is 234 times and was achieved by Kevin Velaiden on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed, at Pinewood Studios, UK, on 27 March 2009.
3330Most grandes pirouette à la seconde in 30 seconds - male balletYat-Sen ChangUnited Kingdom, Pinewood Studios27 March 2009The most grandes pirouettes a la seconde performed in 30 seconds are 44 and were achieved by Yat-Sen Chang (Cuba) on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed, at Pinewood Studios, UK, on 27 March 2009.Yat-Sen went head to head with Elena Glurdjidze.

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