Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3421Most people inside a soap bubbleMilka214 participantsCzech Republic, Prague01 March 2014The most people inside a soap bubble is 214 and was achieved by Milka Bubbly and Matěj Kodeš (both Czech Republic) at Trade Fair Palace, Prague, Czech Republic, on 1 March 2014.The event was organised by the company Mondelēz for the launch of a new Milka chocolate product.
3422Largest wellington boot raceGlenflesk G.A.A ClubIreland, KillarneyThe largest wellington boot race consists of 3,194 participants and was achieved by Glenflesk G.A.A Club (Ireland) in Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, on 11 May 2014.
3423Largest collection of lanyardsChristian GfrererAustria, Villach01 November 2014The largest collection of lanyards is 3260 and was achieved by Christian Gfrerer (Austria) in Villach, Carinthia, Austria, on 1 November 2014. In setting this record, Christian broke his own record of 2671 lanyards.
3424Largest collection of Winnie the Pooh memorabiliaDeb HoffmannUnited States, Waukesha21 September 2014The largest collection of Winnie the Pooh memorabilia is 11,485 items and was achieved by Deb Hoffmann (USA), in Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA on 21 September 2014.Deb Hoffmann broke her own previous record of 10,002 in setting this record.
3425Fastest time to skateboard 50 cones slalomMIKAEL HADESTRAND9.73 second(s)Sweden, Gothenburg27 July 2014The fastest time to slalom 50 cones with a skateboard is 9.73 seconds and was achieved by Mikael Hadestrand (Sweden) at Slottskogen, Gothenburg, Sweden, on 27 July 2014. .
3426Heaviest person to complete a marathonCharles Bungert193.96 kilogram(s)United States, Los Angeles17 March 2013The heaviest person to complete a marathon weighs 193.96 kg (427 lb 9 oz) and was achieved by Charles Bungert (USA) while running the LA Marathon in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 17 March 2013. Bungert finished the race with a time of 8:23:40.
3427Narrowest houseJakub SzczęsnyPoland, Warsaw01 January 2012The narrowest house in the world is the Keret House in Warsaw, Poland, designed by Jakub Szczęsny of Polish architects Centrala. Completed in 2012, the tiny raised residence measures just 92 cm (3.02 ft) at its narrowest and 152 cm (4.99 ft) at its widest, with a total floor area of 14 m² (151 ft²). Despite its miniscule two-storey layout, it squeezes in a bedroom with separate kitchen and bathroom, connected by a ladder instead of the normal staircase.The house is named after Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret, who led the commission for the house and was its first resident. The steel frame structure is squeezed between two existing buildings at 22 Chłodna Street and 74 Żelazna Street, and is officially designated as an art installation because it does not meet local Warsaw building regulations. There only two spaces at the dining table, a fridge that can only hold two drinks, and no openable windows.
3428Fastest time to complete a marathon on each continent (female)Maria ConceicaoUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai19 February 2015The fastest time to complete a marathon on each of the seven continents by a woman is 10 days 23 hr 30 min 40 sec by Maria Conceicao (Portugal), from 8 February 2015 to 19 February 2015. Conceicao completed, in order, Carlton Classic Marathon (Australia), Abu Dhabi Striders Marathon (Asia), Torcy International Marathon (Europe), The Carthage Race Marathon (Africa), Lincoln’s Birthday Marathon (North America), Southern Cross Marathon (South America), and Penguin Marathon (Antarctica).
3429Most concrete blocks broken consecutively whilst holding a raw eggKevin BergquistUnited States, Bradenton10 March 2015The most concrete blocks broken while holding a raw egg is 28 and was achieved by Kevin Bergquist (USA) at Dojo Academy in Brandenton, Florida, USA, on 3 October 2015. Kevin began practising martial arts when he was 5 years old and currently owns his own martial arts studio.
3430Most trees planted in 12 hours (team) - multiple locationsForest Department, Government of Madhya PradeshIndia, Bhopal31 July 2014The most trees planted in twelve hours by a team in multiple locations is 14,372,801 and was achieved by the Forest Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh (India) with the participation of volunteers (all India) at 9,272 locations in Madhya Pradesh, India, on 31 July 2014.
3431Highest pinfall in ninepin bowling in 24 hours by a team of 12SV Wellmitz42,234 itemsGermany, Ratzdorf01 November 2014The highest pinfall in 24 hours by a team of 12 is 42,234 pins and was achieved by SV Wellmitz (Germany) in Ratzdorf, Brandenburg, Germany, from 31 October to 1 November 2014. The team consisted of Tassilo Schultz, Carsten Gronenberg, Glen Loichen, Marco Drews, Andre Wegewitz, Vadim Stroka, Fabian Wendisch, Beatrice Budras, Steve Wittig, Mara Liebelt, Dagmar Wolki and Lothar Frei.
3432Largest parade of JeepsBantam Jeep Heritage Festival2,420 participantsUnited States, Butler12 June 2015The largest parade of Jeeps consists of 2,420 vehicles and was achieved by the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival (USA) in Butler, Pennsylvania, USA, on 12 June 2015. The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival attempted this record to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Bantam Jeep. The vehicles paraded along a 4.4 km (2.75 mile) route throughout downtown Butler.
3433Largest parade of electric cars
3434Longest body percussion chainPasir Ris Crest Secondary School1180 peopleSingapore, Singapore06 March 2015The longest body percussion chain involved 1,180 participants, and was achieved by staff and students of Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School (Singapore) in Pasir Ris, Singapore, on 6 March 2015.All performed a simultaneous routine.
3435Most consecutive handstand pirouettesMarco Cipriani35 timesItaly, Cerea26 February 2015The most consecutive handstand pirouettes is 35 and was achieved by Marco Cipriani (Italy) at Club Le Fontanelle in Cerea, Italy, on 26 February 2015.
3436Largest simultaneous yodelYahoo Inc.3,432 peopleUnited States, Sunnyvale02 March 2015The largest simultaneous yodel consists of 3,432 participants and was organized by Yahoo Inc. (USA) celebrating the 20th anniversary of Yahoo in Sunnyvale, California, USA, on 2 March 2015Yahoo employees were led in the yodel by Wylie Gustafson, creator and performer of the company’s iconic jingle.
3437Most touches of a football with the soles in one minuteLeon Walraven270 timesNetherlands, Raalte19 June 2015The most touches of a football with the soles in one minute is 270 and was achieved by Leon Walraven (Netherlands), in Raalte, Overijssel, Netherlands, on 19 June 2015.The record attempt was held at the Racketcentrum Ramele in Raalte.
3438Largest single copy of a newspaperEl Mercurio de Valparaiso3.6 X 2.565 metre(s)Chile, Valparaíso03 December 2015The largest newspaper measures 3.6 m (11 ft 9 in) X 2.565 m (8 ft 4 in) and is a giant replica of El Mercurio de Valparaíso presented in Valpariso, Chile, on 3 December 2015. This giant newspaper used the same materials as a normal-sized newspaper, but it was 81 times bigger.
3439Largest bon danceDotonbori Store Association2,025 peopleJapan, Osaka16 August 2015The largest bon dance consists of 2,025 participants and was achieved by Dotonbori Store Association (Japan) at Dotonbori, in Osaka, Osaka, Japan, on 16 August 2015. As all of the participants were wearing traditional clothing such as yukata and geta, the record attempt also broke the record for the Most people wearing yukata.
3440Largest tea bagAhmed Mohamed Saleh Baeshen & Co.Saudi Arabia, Jeddah20 September 2014The largest tea bag weighs 250 kg (551 lb 2.56 oz) and was created by Ahmed Mohamed Saleh Baeshen & Co., owner of Rabea Tea, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 20 September 2014.
3441Longest motorcycle ride through a tunnel of fireEnrico Schoeman , André de KockSouth Africa, Parys05 September 2014The longest motorcycle ride through a tunnel of fire is 120.40 m (395 ft 0.15 in) and was achieved by Enrico Schoeman and André de Kock (both South Africa) in Parys, South Africa, on 5 September 2014.
3442Fastest film produced (script to screen)CamelEye Productionsday(s), hour(s), minute(s)Namibia, Windhoek,,Warehouse Theatre26 March 2014The fastest film produced (script to screen) is 10 days 4 hours and 47 minutes and was produced by CamelEye Productions (Namibia), at Warehouse Theatre, in Windhoek, Namibia, from 16-26 March 2014.
3443Largest music therapy lessonDr. Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda Swamiji1,814 participantsAustralia, Sydney06 April 2015The largest music therapy lesson involved 1,814 people and was led by His Holiness Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji (India), at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 6 April 2015.The lesson lasted for two and a half hours.
3444Fastest lunge mile - womenIrene Call31/51 minute(s), second(s)United States, Stansbury Park,,The record took place on the athletics track at Stansbury High School16 November 2013The fastest time to lunge a mile (female) is 31 min 51 sec and was achieved by Irene Call (USA) in Stansbury Park, Utah, USA on 16 November 2013.
3445Most circles with a basketball around the waist in 30 secondsCorey RichUnited States, San Diego25 June 2014The most circles with a basketball around the waist in 30 seconds is 67 and was achieved by Corey Rich (USA) in San Diego, California, USA, on 25 June 2014.
3446Chair race, fastest 100 metres
3447Most people performing sign languageYan Chai Hospital, Tin Yan Community Care Association and Link of VolunteerspeopleHong Kong, HONG KONG,,Sha Tin Racecourse01 November 2014The most people performing sign language involved 8,054 participants and was achieved by Yan Chai Hospital, Tin Yan Community Care Association and Link of Volunteers (all Hong Kong) in Hong Kong, China, on 1 November 2014.
3448Largest collection of miniature booksSalakhova Zarifa Teymur gyzyAzerbaijan, Baku01 October 2014The largest collection of miniature books consists of 2,913 unique books and belongs to Salakhova Zarifa Teymur gyzy (Azerbaijan). The collection was verified in Baku, Azerbaijan, on 1 October 2014. Since 1982, she has amassed over 5,600 miniature books, with 2,913 miniature books under 7.5 cm. The books are housed in her own private museum which is open to the public. A few of her favourites are "Picture of English History" by Alfred Mills (1815), a reproduction of "Masses of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Anne" (16th century, copy 436 of 1,000) and a Quran in Arabic (approx. 1175).
3449Most combine harvesters working simultaneously (single field)Harvest for Kids SaskatchewanCanada, Dalmeny06 October 2012The most combine harvesters working simultaneously on a single field is 244 and was achieved by Harvest for Kids Saskatchewan (Canada) in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan, Canada, on 6 October 2012.Harvest for Kids raises money to support Children's Camps International.
3450Largest Zumba® class (multiple venues)Sistema para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia de TamaulipasMexico, Tamaulipas18 October 2014The largest Zumba® class (multiple venues) involved 23,968 participants and was achieved by ‘Sistema Para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia de Tamaulipas’ (Mexico) in Tamaulipas, Mexico, on 18 October 2014. The Zumba® class took place across 10 separate locations simultaneously.

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