Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
3361Most dominoes toppled underwater by a team
3362Most glass tubes broken by trampoline jumpAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica,Sri Chinmoy Centre04 August 2014The most glass tubes broken by trampoline jump is 30 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) in New York, USA, on 4 August 2014.
3363Most signatures on a flagUnited Service OrganizationsUnited States07 June 2014The most signatures collected on a flag is 115,405 and was achieved by the United Service Organizations (USO) with signatures obtained across the world from 1 April to 7 June 2014.
3364Largest wobble dance
3365Most hula hoops spun simultaneously - waist (team)
3366Smallest waistEthel Granger, Emile Marie Bouchand33 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, Peterborough01 January 1939The smallest waist of a person with normal stature was 33 cm (13 in) and was recorded on Ethel Granger (UK) (1905󈞾). She reduced from a natural 56 cm (22 in) to 33 cm (13 in) over the period 1929󈞓. <br /><br />A measurement of 33 cm (13 in) was also claimed for the French actress Mlle Polaire (real name Emile Marie Bouchand) (1881�).
3367Longest scarf knitted whilst running a marathonDavid Babcock3.70 metre(s)United States, Kansas City,Kansas City Marathon19 October 2013The longest scarf knitted whilst running a marathon is 3.70 m (12 ft 1.75 in) and was knitted by David Babcock (USA) at the Kansas City Marathon in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, on 19 October 2013.David took up running in 2010 and learned to knit around the same time. After struggling to find time to practice both hobbies, David began to knit during his runs. Then, inspired by Susie Hewer, who held this record previously and had broken it three times at the London Marathon, David decided to attempt to knit the longest scarf whilst running a marathon. Knitting experts verified his scarf after he completed the marathon in a time of 5 hr 48 min 27 sec and it was also professionally measured. In honour of Susie Hewer's previous achievements in this field, David ran for the same Alzheimer's Research charity that Susie runs for. Susie also congratulated David for his achievement on her website.
3368Most seasons winning 40 matches in NHL ice hockey by a goaltenderMartin Brodeur8 timesNorth America, 01 January 2010Martin Brodeur (Canada) has won at least 40 games in a season 8 times, a National Hockey League (NHL) goaltending record. No other goaltender in league history has more than three 40-win seasons. Brodeur recorded 40-win seasons in 1997-98, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2009-10 while playing for the New Jersey Devils (USA).
3369First person to score 100 points in an NHL ice hockey season as a rookieSidney CrosbyfirstUnited States, 17 April 2006At 18 years 253 days, Sidney Crosby (b. 7 August 1987, Canada) of the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) scored his 100th point of the season in a game against the New York Islanders in Pittsburgh on 17 April 2006, becoming the first rookie in National Hockey League (NHL) history to record 100 points (as well as 100 penalty minutes) in a season. Crosby finished the 2005-06 season with 102 points.
3370Deepest concert undergroundAgonizerFinland, Pyhäjärvi04 August 2007The deepest concert underground was at 1271 m (4,169 ft 11 in) below sea level at Pyhäsalmi Mine Oy, Pyhäjärvi, Finland and was performed by Agonizer (Finland) on 4 August 2007.
3371First professional videogamerDennis FongfirstUnited States, Atlanta01 January 1997Dennis “Thresh” Fong (USA, b. 1977) is regarded as the first professional gamer in history. He won every tournament he attended over a five-year period, a feat that earned him the nickname “the Michael Jordan of the gaming world”. Fong is perhaps best known for his victory in the Red Annihilation Quake Tournament, sponsored by Microsoft and held at the 1997 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. As winner of the tournament, he was given a red Ferrari 328GTS convertible that had belonged to John Carmack (USA), co-creator of Quake.
3372First film directed by "Alan Smithee"Death of a GunslingerfirstUnited States, 01 January 1696Alan Smithee is the pseudonym used by movie directors who no longer wish to be associated with a film. The first "Alan Smithee" film, where the custom originated, was Death of a Gunslinger (USA, 1969), when director Bob Totten (USA) walked off set, followed closely by his replacement, Don Siegel (USA). The two men lodged a complaint with the Directors Guild of America, whose solution was to credit the movie to "Alan Smithee". Since then, other unhappy directors have adopted the name, including David Lynch and William Friedkin (both USA).
3373Fastest sack race one mileAshrita Furman16/41 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Mongolia, Baruun SalaaThe fastest one mile (1.6 km) sack race is 16 min 41 sec and wasset by Ashrita Furman (USA) in Baruun Salaa in Mongolia, on 19 May2007.
3374Longest main sponsorship of a world championshipSkoda Auto a.s15 year(s)Russia, MoscowThe longest main sponsorship of a world championship was achieved by Skoda Auto a.s. (Czech Republic) who has been the official main sponsor of IIHF Championships for 15 consecutive years as of 2007.Kaoru Ishikawa adjudicated. The certificate presentation was held at the Czech embassy in Moscow, Russia.
3375Longest career as a police officerDetective Lieutenant Andrew F. AnewenterUnited States, MilwaukeeDetective Lieutenant Andrew F. Anewenter (USA, b. 12 January 1916) worked continuously as a police officer for 61 years, for the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Police Department from 1 June 1942 until his retirement on 15 May 2003.Mr Anewenter died on 20 August 2003.
3376Longest chalk reefA 20-mile chalk reefUnited Kingdom, Norfolk,England01 January 2010The world’s longest chalk reef, consisting of a series of enormous arches and deep chasms, stretches for over 20 miles along the coast of Norfolk, England. Approximately 300 million years old, it is home to numerous species of fish, sea slugs, sponges, and other marine life, and is one-and-a-half times longer than the previous record holder, the Thanet Coast chalk reefs of Kent. It was discovered by diver Rob Spray and a team of 20 volunteer conservationists in early 2010.
3377Fastest time to braid a person's hairAycan Kemal15 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, LondonThe fastest time to braid a person's hair is 15 min and was achieved by Aycan Kemal (UK) completing a whole head of cornrow braids at the Afro Hair and Beauty Show, at the Business Design Centre Islington, London, UK, on 29 May 2011. Aycan completed 26 braids in total.
3378Most countries represented at a Summer Paralympic GamesLondon Paralympic Games 2012United Kingdom, London29 August 2012A record 166 National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) sent athletes to the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, UK. Fifteen countries - including eight from Africa - competed at a Summer Paralympic Games for the first time: Antigua & Barbuda, Brunei, Cameroon, Comoros, Djibouti, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, North Korea, San Marino, the Solomon Islands and the US Virgin Islands.
3379Longest marathon as a quiz masterJason Hinkledire33/8 hour(s), minute(s)United States, Moon Township,,Viola's12 April 2014The longest marathon as a quiz master is 33 hr 8 min and was achieved by Jason Hinkledire (USA) at Viola's in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, USA, on 11-12 April 2014.
3380Largest barefoot raceGrace AidparticipantsSouth Africa, Durban05 April 2014The largest barefoot race involved 1,143 participants at an event organised by Grace Aid (South Africa) in Durban, South Africa on 5 April 2014.
3381Oldest parrot - livingCookieUnited States, Brookfield15 September 2014The oldest living parrot is Cookie, a Major Mitchell's cockatoo (Cacatua leadbeateri) of Brookfield Zoo, Illinois, USA, who was at least 80 years 107 days old as of 15 September 2014.
3382Fastest time to escape from a pair of handcuffs (double locked)Danilo Audiellosecond(s)Italy, Siponto11 August 2014The fastest time to escape from a pair of double locked handcuffs is 0.91 seconds and was achieved by Danilo Audiello (Italy), also known as Alexis Arts, at Studio Fleming Medicina Generale, Foggia, Italy, on 11 August 2014.
3383Most teeth in a mouthVijay Kumar V.AIndia, DAVANGERE20 September 2014The most teeth in the mouth is 37, achieved by Vijay Kumar V.A (India), as verified in Bangalore, India on 20 September 2014.Vijay has five more teeth than the average number for adults.He first noticed that he had more biting power than most people in his late teens.Read more: Revealed - The astounding new record holders in Guinness World Records 2016 Edition
3384Largest feet on a living person - maleJeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez40.1 centimetre(s)Venezuela, Maracay06 October 2014The largest feet on a living person are 40.1 cm (1 ft 3.79 in), right foot, and 39.6 cm (1 ft 3.59 in), left foot, belong to Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez (Venezuela) and were measured in Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela, on 6 October 2014.Jeison Rodriguez measures 221 cm (7 ft 3 in), is 19 years old and lives in Maracay with his family.He needs specially large shoes that are made just for him in Germany.Read more: Revealed - The astounding new record holders in Guinness World Records 2016 Edition
3385Fastest speed for a car driven blindfoldedMike Newmankilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Lutterworth13 August 2014The fastest speed for a car driven blindfolded is 322.69 km/h (200.51 mph), achieved by Mike Newman (UK) at Elvington Airfield, Yorkshire, UK, on 13 August 2014.
3386Most lemons caught blindfolded in one minute (team of two)Ashrita Furman and Bipin LarkinUnited States, Jamaica04 September 2014The most lemons caught blindfolded in one minute by a team of two is 33 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) in New York, New York, USA, on 4 September 2014.
3387Highest altitude concert on landMusic4childrenmetre(s)Nepal, Mera PeakThe highest concert ever staged on land was at 6,476 m (21,246 ft) by Oz Bayldon (UK) - representing Music4children - on Mera Peak, Nepal, on 16 May 2012.
3388Longest marathon theatre performanceLamb's Players TheatreUnited States, Coronado, CAThe longest marathon theatre performance by a team lasted for 76 hr 18 min 25 sec and was achieved by Lamb's Players Theatre (USA) in Coronado, California, USA, from 8-11 May 2014.
3389Largest Bharatha Natyam danceTapasyasiddhi Kala Academy2100 participantsIndia, Kolhapur10 January 2015The Largest Bharatha Natyam dance involved 2100 participants and was achieved by Tapasyasiddhi Kala Academy (India) at Shahu Stadium, Kolhapur (India) on 10 January 2015. The participants involved 2100 females from around the Kolhapur area.
3390Longest time to stand on a Swiss ballGarrett Lam5/25/36.98 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Boston18 September 2015The longest time to stand on a Swiss ball is 5 hr 25 min 36.98 sec and was achieved by Garrett Lam (USA) in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, on 18 September 2015.Garrett Lam attempted this record for charity, hoping that people would donate money for every minute he spent on the Swiss ball.

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