Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3451Longest line of legs weaved through by a dogTilly217 participantsUnited Kingdom, The longest line of legs weaved by a dog involved 217 people, and was achieved by Tilly and her owner Jackie Adamson, and North Northumberland Dog Training Club (all UK), at the Northumberland County Show, Northumberland, UK, on 25 May 2015. Tilly is the name of the dog that weaved through the legs.
3452Most people twirling batonsOsaka Baton Twirling Association2,002 peopleJapan, Osaka21 September 2015The most people twirling batons is 2,002, achieved by Osaka Baton Twirling Association (Japan) at Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium, in Osaka, Osaka, Japan, on 21 September 2015.The attempt was held as part of the 25th Osaka Baton Twirling Competition.
3453Largest hand drum ensembleNU SKIN Greater China4,000 peopleJapan, Fukuoka16 September 2015The largest hand drum ensemble was achieved by 3,538 people during an event organised by NU SKIN Greater China (China), in Fukuoka, Japan, on 16 September 2015. The record was attempted by the NU SKIN employees who joined the company meeting from different countries such as Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Taiwan.
3454Oldest panda living in captivityJia Jia36 year(s), month(s), day(s)Hong Kong, Hong KongThe oldest living panda in captivity is Jia Jia, a female giant panda, born in 1978. Jia Jia arrived at Ocean Park Hong Kong in March 1999 and has remained there ever since.Jia Jia is also holds the record for the oldest panda ever in captivity. The average lifespan of giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is 18-20, in the wild, and 30 in captivity. Wild pandas were once found all over southern and eastern China and well into Myanmar and Vietnam. However now they are considered one of the world's most endangered animals.Full story: Jia Jia the oldest panda ever celebrates her 37th birthday with two new record titles
3455Most origami cranes made in five minutes (team of 100)Asahi Shogakusei Shinbun Kids' Challenge ProjectJapan, Setagaya09 August 2015The most origami cranes made in five minutes by a team of 100 is 206, achieved by Asahi Shogakusei Shinbun Kids' Challenge Project (Japan) at Asasho Summer School 2015 held at Showa Women’s University, in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, on 9 August 2015. The 100 participants were chosen from the 800 people who originally applied to participate in the record attempt.
3456Largest yurtErlik Balfanbayev, Forest Tale Mountain Resort19.70 m (64 ft 7 in) metre(s)Kazakhstan, Almaty27 November 2015 BCThe largest yurt has a diameter of 19.70 m (64 ft 7 in) and was made by Forest Tale Mountain Resort and Erlik Balfanbayev (both Kazakhstan), in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 27 November 2015. The yurt was made of only natural materials - felt, wood and hand-made interior accessories.
3457Most southerly navigationSelma ExpeditionsAntarctica, Bay of Whales. Ross Ice Shelf. Ross Sea12 February 2015The most southerly navigation is 78°43•926´S and 163°40•957´W, and was achieved by Selma Expeditions (Poland), a steel ketch yacht commanded Captain Peter Kuźniar (Poland), with a crew of 10, at the Bay of Whales, Ross Sea, Antarctica, on 12 February 2015. Selma Expedition's crew consists of Krzysztof Jasica and Tomasz Łopata (both Poland) as co-skippers, Artur Skrzyszowski (Poland) as ship's officer, and Dusan Jamny (Czech Republic), Michał Gawron, Piotr Lubaczewski, Krzysztof Pełka, Leszek Rychlik, Damian Święs and Jacek Załuski (all Poland) as crew members.
3458Largest parade of kite surfersVirgin Kitesurfing Armada415 participantsSouth Africa, Cape Town30 January 2016The largest parade of kite surfers consists of 415 participants and was achieved by Virgin Kitesurfing Armada (South Africa), at Dolphin Beach, Cape Town, South Africa on 30 January 2016. The kitesurfers completed a 2.41 km (1.5 mile) course from Dolphin Beach to Doodles bar.
3459Longest videogame marathon on a motion-sensing dance game
3460Most siblings to complete a marathon on each continentMazen Mroueih, Mustapha MroueihUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai19 February 2015The most siblings to complete a marathon on each continent is 2 and was achieved by Mustapha and Mazen Mroueih (both Lebanon), from 8 to 19 February 2015. Mroueih brothers finished the following races:Australia: Carlton Classic Marathon, Asia: Abu Dhabi Striders Marathon, Europe: Torcy International Marathon, Africa: The Carthage Race, North America: Lincoln’s Birthday International Marathon, South America: Southern Cross Marathon, Antarctica: Penguin Marathon.
3461Most pedicures given in 8 hoursAmopé1,083 participantsCanada, Toronto10 June 2015The most pedicures given in 8 hours is 1,083 and was achieved by Amopé (Canada) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 10 June 2015. A team of pedicurists worked at 26 stations, and utilized the Amopé Pedi Perfect to file calloused skin. Participants had a choice of pink or blue nail polish, or a buff to shine their toenails.
3462Most cups of tea made in one hour (team of 12)Lidl IrelandIreland, National Ploughing Championships in Ratheniska, County Laois.22 September 2015The most cups of tea made in one hour by a team of 12 is 1,848 and was achieved by Lidl Ireland (Ireland) at The National Ploughing Championships, Ratheniska, County Laois, Ireland, on 22 September 2015. The record was in fact completed in 43 minutes! Lidl used their own brand of tea in the making of this record.
3463Oldest message in a bottleMarine Biological Association108, 138 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, Devon17 April 2015The oldest message in a bottle spent 108 years and 138 days at sea after being released by the Marine Biological Association (UK) in the North Sea (52° 4.8' N 003° 37' E), on 30 November 1906. The message was found at Amrum Island, Germany, on 17 April 2015. The message took the form of a postcard asking the finder to send the card back to the Marine Biological Association, stating where it was found, in return for a one shilling reward. The message was found by Marianne Winkler (Germany), who duly returned the card to sender. It is not known how Marianne plans to spend her shilling.
3464Most times to unholster and holster a gun in one minuteWill Roberts44 timesUnited States, Calico10 July 2014The most times to unholster and holster a gun in one minute is 44 and was achieved by Will Roberts (USA) in Calico, California, USA, on 10 July 2014. The attempt was featured in series 3 of Officially Amazing.
3465Most efficient 4-stroke diesel engineWärtsiläFinland, HelsinkiThe most fuel efficient 4-stroke diesel engine is the Wärtsilä 31, a marine engine manufactured by Wärtsilä (Finland). The engine has a fuel efficiency of 165 g/kWh, as verified on 26 May 2015. Efficient use of fuel helps to reduce emissions from shipping.
3466Most Rubik's cubes solved on a unicycleStuart SobeskeUnited States, Coldwater15 August 2015The most Rubik's cubes solved on a unicycle is 80 and was achieved by Stuart Sobeske (USA) in Coldwater, Michigan, USA, on 15 August 2015. Stuart spent six months practicing and training for the attempt and in under an hour he more than doubled the previous record.
3467Most people showering simultaneously (single venue)Delta Faucet331 peopleUnited States, Crawfordsville27 June 2015The most people showering simultaneously is 331, and was achieved by Delta Faucet (USA) in Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA, on 27 June 2015.The attempt participants had just run a Warrior Dash race and were covered in mud. Olympian and broadcaster Summer Sanders was the celebrity host of the attempt.
3468Most expensive film inspired by a videogamePrince of Persia: The Sands of Time200000000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, Smashing the previous record set by ambitious feature-length animation Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within ($130 million), Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is the most expensive videogame-inspired film ever made, costing an estimated $200 million according to the Internet Movie Database ( The fantasy adventure, released in 2010, starred Jake Gyllenhaal as a gallant prince, out to protect the world from a magical dagger that can reverse time.
3469Largest TV drama simulcast (number of countries)Game of Thrones173 countriesUnited States, 20 April 2015The largest simultaneous broadcast of a TV drama series was achieved by HBO's Game of Thrones, which was simulcast to 173 different countries and territories, starting at 2 a.m. on Monday 20 April 2015 with the second episode of season five.The first episode of season five was simulcast to 171 countries, but not in the UK and Ireland, which joined the rest of the world by episode two, taking the total of countries and territories to 173 and beating CBS’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation broadcast on 4 March 2015. The rest of the season was also simulcast.Read more: Maisie Williams overjoyed as Game of Thrones marches into Guinness World Records 2016Read more: Game of Thrones earns 12 Emmy Awards and yet another record title
3470Longest braided loaf of breadProject Inspire6.09 metre(s)United States, Brooklyn22 October 2015The longest braided loaf of bread is 6.09 m (20 ft) and was achieved by Project Inspire in Brooklyn, New York, USA, on 22 October 2015. The braided loaf of bread, which was challah, was prepared for the Shabbos Project and measured at the Great Big Challah Bake held in Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn. Strauss Bakery prepared the dough and braided it with six strands. The loaf was then baked at Damascus Bakery, which is owned by an Arab Christian. Their oven was the only large enough in the area that also met Project Inspire's need to follow Kosher requirements.
3471Largest hotelFirst World HotelMalaysia, Pahang Darul Makmur20 June 2015The largest hotel is the First World Hotel (Malaysia) with 7,351 operational rooms, at Resorts World Genting in Pahang Darul Makmur, Malaysia, as of 20 June 2015. A previous Guinness World Records title holder, the hotel increased its size from 6,118 rooms to 7,351, with the construction of a Tower 2 Annex.
3472Greatest distance cycled in 48 hours on a mountain bikeAdrian Ellul1004.41 kilometre(s)Australia, Walkerston11 October 2015The greatest distance cycled in 48 hours on a mountain bike is 1,004.41 km (624.11 miles) and was achieved by Adrian Ellul (Australia) in McLennon Park, Walkerston, Queensland, Australia, from 9 to 11 October 2015. Adrian used a Giant XTC mountain bike for this record-breaking attempt.
3473Greatest distance cycled in 24 hours on a mountain bikeAdrian Ellul577.78 kilometre(s)Australia, Walkerston09 October 2015The greatest distance cycled in 24 hours on a mountain bike is 577.78 km (359.02 miles) and was achieved by Adrian Ellul (Australia) in McLennon Park, Walkerston, Queensland, Australia, from 9 to 10 October 2015. Adrian used a Giant XTC mountain bike for this record-breaking attempt.
3474Most electrical energy generated by pedalling a bicycle in 4 hours by an individual
3475Most people wearing yukataDotonbori Store Association2,057 peopleJapan, Osaka16 August 2015The most people wearing yukata is 2,057 and was achieved at an event organised by Dotonbori Store Association (Japan) at Dotonbori, in Osaka, Osaka, Japan, on 16 August 2015. This record was achieved by Dotonbori Store Association when they were attempting the record for the Largest bon dance, which requires all of the participants to be wearing the traditional clothing association with the dance.
3476Fastest time to bounce a ping pong ball into five pint glassesOscar Matulessya5.50 second(s)United States, Hollywood15 August 2015The fastest time to bounce a ping pong ball into five pint glasses is 5.50 seconds and was achieved by Oscar Matulessya (Indonesia) at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood, California, USA on 12 August 2015. Achieved in the Attempt Arena at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood, CA.
3477Largest muffinSchärItaly, Milan16 October 2015The largest muffin weighed 146.65 kg (323 lb) and was baked by Schär and NIP food in Milan, Italy, on 16 october 2015. For this record a muffin is a type of bread, usually sweet, which is baked in small, circular portions that rise when baked. The ingredients used to make the muffin include: gluten free flour, butter, sugar and baking powder.
3478Most coins stacked into a tower in one minuteSilvio SabbaItaly, Pioltello22 June 2015The most coins stacked into a tower in one minute is 69 and was achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy) in Pioltello, Milan, Italy, on 22 June 2015.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: silvio.sabba):
3479Most consecutive front flips on a pogo stickDmitry Arsenyev7 total numberRussian Federation, St. Petersburg28 April 2015The most consecutive front flips on a pogo stick is 7 and was achieved by Dmitry Arsenyev (Russia) in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 28 April 2015. This record was witnessed by X Pogo.
3480Largest cream tea partyNationwide Building Society691 participantsUnited Kingdom, Swindon25 September 2015The largest cream tea party consists of 691 participants and was achieved by Nationwide Building Society (UK) in Swindon, Wiltshire, UK, on 25 September 2015. The attempt took place as part of the Macmillian cancer charity "coffee morning" campaign.

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