Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3331Largest football sculptureTelekomSouth Africa, Hillbrow, Johannesburg22 September 2009The largest football sculpture measured 24 metres in diameter and was created by Telkom (South Africa) on top of a broadcast tower. The sculpture was measured in Tshwane, Pretoria, South Africa, on 22 September 2009.The sculpture is attached to the outside of the tower and is made from steel and fiberglass.
3332Largest sand dollarDan Manna14.8 centimetre(s)United States, Holmes BeachThe largest sand dollar measures 14.8 cm (5.826 in) at its smallest diameter and was found by Dan Manna (USA) in Holmes Beach, Florida, USA, on 11 May 2013.
3333First figurative sculptureUnknownGermanyThe Venus of Hohle Fels is the name given to a female figurine carved from a mammoth tusk and dated to ca 33,000 BC. It was discovered in the Hohle Fels ("Hollow Rock") cave near Ulm in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, in September 2008 by Nicolas Conard and a team from the University of Tübingen, Germany, and is thought to be some form of fertility amulet. The carving is 6 cm (2.3 in) tall and is presumed to have been made by modern humans (Homo sapiens).Earlier so-called proto-figurines exist, although their humanoid shape may be more a result of natural erosion or simulacra than any attempt at figurative art. The dating of the Venus is based on carbon-dating of other artefacts discovered alongside the carving, which itself was discovered in six pieces.
3334Fastest marathon in full military uniform (female)Sophie Hilaire4/54/15 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Philadelphia22 November 2009The fastest marathon in full military uniform by a woman is 4 hr 54 min 15 sec and was achieved by Sophie Hilaire (USA) at the Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, USA, on 22 November 2009.Sophie was wearing military boots, helmet and body armour. She was running to raise money for American Veterans with Brain Injuries.
3335Largest parade of tractorsCanadian Cancer Society Dresden Branch1231 participantsCanada, Dresden24 July 2010The largest parade of tractors consisted of 1,231 and was achieved by the Dresden Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society (Canada) in Dresden, Ontario, Canada, on 24 July 2010.
3336Fastest time to eat a bowl of pastaPeter Czerwinski41 second(s)Germany, Sankt Peter-Ording13 July 2013The fastest time to eat a bowl of pasta is 41 seconds and was set by Peter Czerwinski aka Furious Pete (Canada) on the set of Abenteuer Leben, Kabel Eins (Germany), in St Peter-Ording, Germany, on 13 July 2013.
3337First movie-licensed run and gun gameRambo: First Blood Part II (Ocean, 1986)firstJapan, 01 January 1986The first run and gun game to use characters from a movie was Rambo: First Blood Part II on the SEGA Master System. The game was originally released in Japan under the title Ashura and had nothing to do with Sylvester Stallone’s action movie. When SEGA released the title in America, it licensed the movie brand and swapped the Asian lead character for a Stallone sprite. In Europe, the game was released in its original form as Secret Command,because a Rambo game was already being published by Ocean Software.
3338Most platform changes during game developmentKameo: Elements of Power (Microsoft, 2005)firstWhile many games publishers are extremely secretive about the games they have in development, Kameo: Elements of Power is known to have been planned as a platform-exclusive for three different consoles. Starting life as a GameCube title, the game’s developer, Rare, was bought by Microsoft in 2002 and production switched to Xbox. As the Xbox 360’s release approached, the game’s planned platform was switched again and it finally emerged as a launch title for Microsoft’s seventh generation console in November 2005.
3339Fastest 100 m egg and spoon raceSally Pearson16.59 second(s)Australia, Sydney23 September 2013The fastest 100-m egg and spoon race is 16.59 seconds, set by Sally Pearson (Australia) in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 23 September 2013.
3340Most T-shirts put on in one minuteWaleed Bellarha, Yassine BellarhaKuwait03 March 2012The most T-shirts put on in one minute is㺟 and was achieved by Waleed Bellarha and Yassine Bellarha (both Morocco) in the Marina Mall, Kuwait, on 3 March 2012.
3341First recorded incident of animal poisoning caused by a freshwater blue-green algal bloomNodularia spumigenaAustraliaThis occurred in Lake Alexandrina, Australia, during the late 19th century. Following the development of a scum of Nodularia spumigena covering the lake surface, dogs, sheep, pigs, horses, and cattle all died after drinking water from this lake. This blue-green algal species produces nodularin, a hepatotoxin, which causes blood to collect in the liver, in turn inducing circulatory shock and sometimes bringing about death by internal haemorrhaging.
3342Fastest time to complete a skydive on six continentsMartin Downs8/7/30 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, sheffield06 March 2008The fastest time to complete a skydive on six continents is 8 days 7 hr 30 min and was achieved by Martin Downs (UK) on 6 March 2008.Martin did the following dives:Africa: Durban, South Africa 27 Feb 2008Europe: Madrid, Spain 28 Feb 2008South America: Higuerote, Venezuela 1 Mar 2008North America: Elsinore, United States 2 Mar 2008Oceania: Sydney, Australia 4 Mar 2008Asia: Nha-Trang, Vietnam 6 Mar 2008
3343First videogame treasure huntPimania01 January 1982The earliest video game to involve a real life treasure hunt was the adventure Pimania, published in 1982. Players who reached the end of the game received a clue to the location of a golden sundial worth $11,000. The sundial could only be found on one day each year – 22 July – at Hindover Hill, East Sussex. The prize was finally claimed in 1985 by Sue Cooper and Lizi Newman.
3344Fastest completion of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Megadrive/Genesis)Steven Meyer42/10.6 minute(s), second(s)United States, OrangeThe fastest completion of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (SEGA, 1994) took 42 min 10.6 sec and was achieved by Steven Meyer (USA) in Orange, Connecticut, USA, on 28 May 2010
3345Farthest reverse ramp jump by carRob DyrdekUnited States, Valencia13 February 2014The longest reverse ramp jump in a car is 27.2 m (89 ft 3.25 in) and was achieved by Rob Dyrdek (USA) for MTV's "Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory" at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, USA, on February 13, 2014.The attempt was part of the series finale of the show.
3346Largest parade of Ford Mustang carsMt Hood Mustangs an Fords ClubUnited States, Woodburn12 April 2014The largest parade of Ford Mustang cars is 766 and was organized by Mt Hood Mustangs and Fords Club (USA) at Woodburn Dragstrip, Woodburn, Oregon, USA, on 12 April 2014.
3347First millionaire in Second LifeAnshe Chung (Ailin Graef)2004/03/26 year(s), month(s), day(s), 01 November 2006The earliest millionaire in Second Life is Anshe Chung (real name Ailin Graef). An entrepeneur within Second Life, her character was "born" on 26 March 2004 and is best known for being a virtual real estate broker. In November 2006 it was announced that she was the first person to achieve a net worth exceeding $1 million, a fact celebrated on the May 2006 cover of BusinessWeek magazine.
3348Most people blowing party blowers simultaneouslyS.C. NANA NET6961 peopleJapan, Tokyo Big Site,Tokyo21 November 2009The most people blowing party blowers simultaneously was 6,961 and was achieved by Nana Mizuki fan club S.C. NANA NET (Japan) at the Tokyo Big Site, Tokyo, Japan, on 21 November 2009.Nana Mizuki is a Japanese pop singer and voice actress. Her fan club members tried three record attempts at the concert. For this record attempt, 6,091 people out of 7014 audience successfully blew party blowers simultaneously for 10 seconds.
3349Most complex laser systemNational Ignition Facility (NIF)United StatesThe goal of the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, USA, is "creating a miniature star on Earth". To do this, 192 laser beams housed in a 10-storey chamber will focus 2 million joules of energy on to a tiny target containing hydrogen fuel. This will fuse (ignite) the atoms' nuclei and recreate the conditions that exist in the cores of stars. The practical aim of the project is self-sustaining nuclear fusion in the laboratory.
3350Longest time to restrain a vehicle on an inclineErvin Katona1/2 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Milan25 April 2009The longest time to restrain a vehicle weighing 980 Kg (2,160 lb) is 1 min 2 seconds by Ervin Katona (Serbia) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 25 April 2009.The car and the passengers on it weighed 980 kg and the car was on a 45 degree incline. It was restrained using a chain with a handle.
3351Largest parade of 4x4 vehicles4Wheels Events3529 participantsPuerto Rico, Puerto Rico15 November 2009The largest parade of 4x4 vehicles consisted of 3,529 vehicles and was organized by 4Wheels Events (Puerto Rico) between La Milia de Oro and La Guancha in Puerto Rico, on 15 November 2009.The organizers registered 3,529 vehicles in the logbook, after which they run out of sheets. But they continued to sell tickets (5,210 in total) until they ran out of those as well. The stewards claim that they counted 8,246 vehicles in total at the start and finish lines. However, since only 3,529 were verified by the logbook and confirmed by both independent witnesses we can only confirm this number as Guinness World Record.
3352Fastest time to sort two bags of recyclable materialsMelis Biskin and Sian Smith1/50 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London05 September 2009The fastest time to sort out two bags of recyclable materials by a team of two is 1 minute 50 seconds and was achieved by Melis Biskin (United International Pictures) and Sian Smith (Paramount) at Chiswick Business Park, London, UK, on 5 September 2009.
3353Fastest marathon in a police uniformPaul Swan3/09/52 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London17 April 2011The fastest marathon in police uniform was 3 hr 09 min 52 sec by Paul Swan (UK) at the 2011 Virgin London Marathon in London, UK, on 17 April 2011.Swann was required to wear helmet/cap, belt, shirt and trousers. He also wore a vest with other police materials such as flashlights and handcuffs.
3354Largest parade of Karwa busesMowasalat - Transport CompanyQatar, Doha28 August 2009The largest parade of Karwa buses consisted of 325 buses and was organized by Mowasalat - Transport Company in Doha, Qatar, on 21 August 2009.A 4.8 km-long convoy of 325 Karwa buses travelled a stretch of 5 km on the Shahaniya-Dukhan highway, which is about 56 km from Doha.
3355Largest glass of margaritaMargaritaville32176 litre(s)United States, Las Vegas14 October 2011The largest margarita had a volume of 32,176 litres (7,077.73 gal, 8,500 US gal) and was achieved by Margaritaville (USA) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 14 October 2011.The tank measured 5.2 m (16 ft 11 in) tall and 3 m (10 ft) in diameter. Ingredients included 8,081.66 litres (1,777.72 gal, 2,134.95 US gal) Margaritaville Gold tequila, 8,638.99 litres (1,900.31 gal, 2,282.18 US gal) Margaritaville Margarita mix, 2,759.68 litres (607.04 gal, 729.03 US gal) Margaritaville triple sec and 12,870.4 litres (2,831.09 gal, 3,400 US gal) Lemon-x margarita mix. It took approximately 300 hours and 60 people to prepare the drink, appropriately named "Lucky Rita", that was created to celebrate the grand opening of the Margaritaville Casino at The Flamingo hotel in Las Vegas.
3356Most consecutive tennis ball touches using the feet in one minuteJeremy HeinzGermany, berlin,,Spok Sports Centre15 December 2012The most consecutive tennis ball touches in one minute using the feet is 190 and was achieved by Jeremy Heinz (Germany) at Spok Sports Centre in Berlin, Germany on 15 December 2012.
3357Longest walk (distance) by a passive walking robotWalking robot research team at Future University HakodateJapan, Hakodate17 September 2011Longest walk by a passive walking robot is 16.3 km (10.13 miles) and was achieved by the robot designed and built by Walking robot research team at Future University Hakodate (Japan) in Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan, from 13 to 17 September 2011.In its walk on a treadmill, the passive walking robot made 900,000 steps. The walk lasted for a total of 100 hrs.
3358Longest videogame marathon on a mobile phone gamePaul Dahlhoff, Martin Fornleitner, Hanns Peter Glock, Stefan Reichspfarrer24/10 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Austria, Vienna20 August 2011The longest videogames marathon playing a mobile phone game lasted 24 hours 10 minutes, and was achieved by Paul Dahlhoff (Germany), Martin Fornleitner, Hans Peter Glock and Stefan Reichspfarrer (all Austria) who played on Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (TM) handsets in Vienna, Austria, from 19 - 20 August 2011.Each participant played a different game: Reichspfarrer played Rainbow Six (Ubisof, 2011), Fornleitner played Minecraft (Notch, 2010), Dahlhoff played Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (Konami, 2011) and Glock played Dungeon Defenders (Trendy Entertainment, 2011).
3359Most vocal solos in a song recordingLa-Part- Dieu200 participantsFrance, LYONThe most vocals in one song was achieved by 200 participants visiting La-Part-Dieu shopping centre, whose voices were recorded separately to make an original composition at La-Part-Dieu shopping centre, Lyon, France, on 4th-7th May 2010.The participants all sung only a line or word each of the original composition song, entitled 'La Grande Chanson du Monde' (The Greatest Song in the World). The event was in conjunction with the inauguartion of the extension of the shopping centre. Visitors, shoppers of the centre and inhabitants of Lyon were invited to come along and take part to express their attachment to the centre and engage in the community. The event lasted from 3rd-15th May, but only three days were submitted as evidence to reach their total-the 4th, 5th and 7th May. The song was then commercially released with 10,000 copies pre-ordered and paid for.
3360Trials bicycle - Fastest time to traverse 9 oil barrelsJoe Oakley10.63 second(s)United Kingdom, Nottingham,,Wollaton Hall12 June 2014The fastest time to complete an oil barrel course on a trials bicycle is 10.63 seconds was achieved by Joe Oakley (UK) on the set of ‘Officially Amazing’ (CBBC) at Wollaton Hall in Nottingham, UK, on 12 June 2014.

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