Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3601Tightest 360 degree spin turn in a carRonny Wechselberger2.50 metre(s)Germany, Hörstel06 June 2013The tightest 360 degree spin turn in a car is 2.50 m (8 ft 2.42 in) and was achieved by Ronny Wechselberger aka Ronny C' Rock (Germany), at Fliegerhorst Hopsten in Hörstel, Germany, on 6 June 2013. The feat was recorded for the TV show GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS - Wir holen den Rekord nach Deutschland, aired on RTL2 (Germany).
3602Largest collection of napkinsMartina SchellenbergGermany, Schwieberdingen,,The claimant's home23 June 2013The largest collection of napkins belongs to Martina Schellenberg (Germany) and consists of 125,866 different napkins as 26 June 2013, in Schwieberdingen, Germany.The collection is catalogued by theme and arranged in separate boxes.
3603Largest collection of matchboxesSteven Smith20736 itemsUnited Kingdom, Great Yarmouth06 September 2013The largest matchbox collection belongs to Steven Smith (UK) and consists of 20,736 matchboxes as of 6 September 2013, in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK.Steven Smith also hold the record for the largest collection of matchbox labels, with 1,054,221 different matchbox labels from over 130 countries as of May 2011.
3604Largest mooncakeParkside Plaza at ChangfengChina, Shanghai19 September 2013The largest mooncake weighs 2,496.4 kg (5,502.74 lb) and was prepared by the culinary team at the Parkside Plaza at Changfeng and Shanghai Marriott Hotel Changfeng (both China), in Shanghai, China, on 19 September 2013.
3605Most Minecraft snow golems built in one minuteNachtigall VazBrazil07 January 2013Comprising two snow blocks stacked one on top of the other – and with a single pumpkin or Jack-o-Lantern for a head – snow golems were Minecraft's first player-built mobs. Using a specially created channel, gamer Nachtigall Vaz (Brazil) was able to create an army of 70 snow golems in 60 seconds on 7 January 2013.
3606Longest chain of roller skatersClyde 1 and Scotrail254 participantsUnited Kingdom, Glasgow08 September 2013The longest chain of roller skaters consists of 254 participants and was achieved by Clyde 1 and ScotRail (UK) in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, on 8 September 2013.
3607Largest ocarina ensembleDavid Liggins, Ocarina Workshop, The Schools Music Association of Great BritainUnited Kingdom, London,Royal Albert Hall05 November 2013The largest ocarina ensemble involved 3,081 participants and was achieved by David Liggins, Ocarina Workshop and The Schools Music Association of Great Britain (all UK) in the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK on 5 November 2013.The attempt was part of the Barnardo's Young Supporters concert.The numbers were made up of children and teachers from over 60 primary schools in the UK, Jersey and Gibraltar, and their families and friends. They played a classical piece 'Ode to a Joyful New Star' composed and conducted by Douglas Coombes MBE and accompanied by the Royal Albert Hall organ.
3608Longest music videoPharrell Williams24/0/0 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, NA21 November 2013Michael Jackson (USA) may be the undisputed king of long-form music videos, but even "Ghosts", his spine-tingling, 39-min 32-sec epic from 1997, was spooked in November 2013 when Pharrell Williams (USA) released the "world's first 24-hour music video", for his single "Happy", on the website The star-studded video features people dancing and miming to the four-minute track, which is played on a loop 360 times.
3609Highest population, countryChina1347000000 peopleChina, 01 January 2011According to 2011 figures, China remains the country with the highest population, with a total of 1.347 billion.
3610Longest salad barJensen JewelersUnited States, Hudsonville27 July 2013The longest salad bar measures 209.742 m (688 ft 1.56 in) in length and was achieved by Jensen Jewelers (USA) at the Saladbowl Bash in Hudsonville, Michigan, USA, on 27 July 2013.The salad weighed 1,077.99 kg (2,376.56 lb) and contained lettuce, carrot, onion, radish, cabbage, zucchini, celery, cucumber and peppers as well as a selection of dressings.
3611Largest marqueeBarrett-Jackson Auction Company40473.85 square metre(s)United States, Scottsdale,,Westworld, former equestrian center18 January 2014Largest marquee measured 40,433.85 meters squared (435,656.95 square feet) and was built by Barrett Jackson (USA) at the Barrett Jackson Auto Auction in Scotsdale, Arizona, USA in January 2014.
3612Longest chocolate salamiConsorzio CavalesemozioneItaly, Cavalese14 September 2013The longest chocolate salami measures 76,20 m (249 ft 11.99 in ) and was achieved by Consorzio Cavalesemozione in Cavalese, Trento, Italy, on 14 September 2013.
3613First vesselUnknown-7510 - -8040 year(s)Netherlands, Pesse01 January 1900The earliest surviving vessel is a pine logboat or dugout found in Pesse, Netherlands in and dated to between 7510 and 8040 BC. It is almost 3 m (10 ft) long but only 40 cm (16 in) wide. The boat, which is now in the Drents Museum, Assen, Netherlands, was found in 1955 during the construction of a road. It was initially discarded and left to lie on the side of the road until an eagle-eyed farmer recognised it as a dugout and took it home in a wheelbarrow. Its significance was discovered after he notified local historical experts. Historically, the boat dates from the Stone Age, at about the time at which the mammoth became extinct.
3614Fastest speed on a gravity powered street lugeCédric Touchette157.41 kilometre(s) per hourCanada, Quebec29 September 2008The fastest speed on a gravity powered street luge is 157.41 kmh (97.81 mph) and was achieved by Cédric Touchette (Canada) in Les Eboulements, Quebec, Canada, on 29 September 2008. The record was broken three times on that day. First by Louis-Etienne Bouchard-Pouliot (Canada) with 148.94 kmh (92.55 mph) then by Charles-Antoine Lavoie (Canada) with 150.50 kmh (93.52 mph) and finally by Cédric.
3615Flattest countryMaldivesMaldivesThe country with the lowest high point is Maldives, with a maximum elevation above sea level of 2.4m (8 ft).Pic: Alamy
3616Largest advertisement on a buildingFinancial Times19125.48 square metre(s)Hong Kong, Hong Kong09 October 2003The largest advertisement on a building was for the Financial Times newspaper covering an area of 19,125.48 m² (205,865.02 ft²) and was on display on the north and east side of 2 International Finance Centre in Hong Kong, China from 22 October - 10 November 2003.The ad covered approximately 50 floors of the building which is Hong Kong's tallest and the third tallest building in the world. These types of advertisements are also known as skyscraper wall scape or building wraps. The ad itself was produced by Brandwrap and handled by the advertising agency Doremus.
3617Oldest banknoteUnknown1662/12/06 year(s), month(s), day(s)Sweden, Stockholm06 December 1662The world's oldest surviving banknote (banco-sedlar) is a five daler note issued in Stockholm, Sweden on 6 December 1662.Banknotes were first reportedly issued in Sweden from July 1661.
3618Longest hopscotch gameStep UP 4 Change, Right to Play at the University of Guelph, Free the Children at the University of5506 metre(s)Canada, Eden Mills01 October 2011The longest hopscotch game measures 5,506 m (18,064 ft 3 in) and was created by Step UP 4 Change, Right to Play at the University of Guelph and Free the Children at the University of Guelph (all Canada) in Eden Mills, Ontario, Canada, on 1 October 2011. The entire length of the course was completed by several participants, as requested by the guidelines.
3619Fastest mile joggling with three objects - menKirk Swenson4/43 minute(s), second(s)USA, 01 January 1986Kirk Swenson (USA) ran 1.6 km (1 mile) in 4 min 43 sec in 1986.
3620Largest onion bhajiColin Burt , Cookery students from Bradford College , Prashad RestaurantUnited Kingdom, Bradford28 September 2011The largest onion bhaji weighed 102.2 kg (225 lb 4.9 oz) and was made by Colin Burt, a team of cookery students from Bradford College and Prashad Restaurant (all UK) in the Centenary Square, in the centre of Bradford, UK, on 28 September 2011.The witnesses are from Darren Hall (catering academy), Taj Butt (City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council) and Naveeda Ikram (Lord Mayor Councillor of Bradford). The onion bhaji was cooked in layers to ensure that it was cooked and edible throughout. The weight of the bhaji and its base was confirmed as 113.6kg, the weight of the base was confirmed as 11.4kg and the net weight of the bhaji was confirmed as 102.2kg. The length of the bhaji was 40.94 inches, the width of the bhaji was 29.62 inches and the height was 12.20 inches. The ingredients of the bhaji consisted of gram flour, 20kg, Rice flour 8kg, salt 0.5kg, ground corriander 1.5kg, chilli powder 1.5kg, Garam masala 1.5kg, Turmeric 0.75kg, Black pepper 0.75kg, Tomato pasata 8kg, Water 20kg and sliced onion 100kg. The weight of the bhaji was measured by Linda Hollings from Rance Booth & Smith Architects and calibrated from A. Philips from Avery Weigh-Tronix.
3621Largest soda floatCoca-Cola13638 litre(s)United States, Atlanta, GAThe record for the world's largest soda float was one of 13,638 litres (3,000 gal) made by Coca-Cola at the World of Coca-Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on 25 May 2007.The float comprised 12,956 litres (2,850 gal) of Vanilla Coke and 7,200 scoops of ice cream, which was pumped into a 15 ft tall glass.
3622First domestication of a horseUnknownUkraineEvidence from Ukraine indicates that horses may have been ridden earlier than 4000BC.
3623Longest survivor of a biological heart valve replacement - single valveLewis DeanUnited States, Camp Wood18 December 2009The longest survivor of a porcine aortic valve replacement is Lewis Jackson (L.J) Dean, (US), who received a porcine aortic (pig's) valve replacement which functioned without any repairs for 30 years 197 days. The operation took place at Scott & White Hospital, Texas, US, under surgeon F.L Korompai (US) on 4 June 1979.When the original claim was logged in October 2009, Mr Dean was still alive. However, when we received the evidence in January 2010, Mr Dean had since died, on 18th December 2009, aged 93. As a result, he is not the holder of the 'Longest survivor of a porcine aortic valve replacement-living' record. Mr Dean's daughter, Wanna Lou Lloyd sent in the evidence on his behalf. The valve was never replaced or repaired after the original operation and did not cause Mr Dean any problems. It was not the cause of his death.
3624Most heads shaved in 4 hoursSears Hair Studio662 peopleCanada, Sudbury08 April 2006The most heads shaved in 4 hours is 662 by a team of 5 hairstylists from Sears Hair Studio at Notre Dame College, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada on 8 April 2006.
3625Largest collection of model railway vehicles made by 1 personThe National Railway MuseumUnited Kingdom, York01 January 1944The largest collection of model railway vehicles made by one person is the J. P. Richards Collection owned by the National Railway Museum in York, UK. There are 610 models in the collection handmade to scale by James Peel Richards (UK).
3626Heaviest broccoliUnknownUnited States, Palmer01 January 1993A broccoli grown by John and Mary Evans of Palmer, Alaska, USA in 1993 weighed 15.87 kg (35 lb).
3627Most people keeping a football in the airZheng Yan1377 peopleChina, linzi district,,Linzi People’s Square17 September 2011The most people keeping a football in the air is 1,377 and was achieved by the People's Government of Linzi District of Zibo Municipality (China) at Linzi People’s Square, Zibo City, Shandong Province, China, on 17 September 2011. The attempt was held during the 8th Qi Culture Tourism Festival held in Lizi District from 16 to 20 September 2011.
3628Largest Sikh population - countryIndia19215730 peopleIndia, 01 September 2011There are 19,215,730 Sikhs in India as a whole with the majority, around 11 million, living in Punjab, north India.
3629Most consecutive haircuts by a team in 24 hoursPump SalonUnited States, Cincinnati,,Parking lot outside the Pump Salon.25 September 2010The most consecutive haircuts by a team in 24 hours is 618 and was achieved by 10 stylists from Pump Salon at Rookwood Commons & Pavilion in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, from 24 to 25 September 2010.The haircuts given were free with all donations given towards 6 different charities. Measuring tapes were used to ensure the start length of hair met the guideline requirements.
3630Most Norimaki sushi rolls made in two minutesUnknownSweden, Stockholm25 November 2001Joakim Lundblad (Sweden) made 12 norimaki sushi in two minutes at the studios of Guinness Rekord TV, Stockholm, Sweden on 25 November 2001.

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