Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3631Winter Paralympics, most participantsParalympic Games 1998Japan, Nagano01 January 1998The most participants at a Winter Paralympics is 571, for the 1998 Games in Nagano, Japan.
3632Heaviest object lifted on landHyundai Heavy Industries23178 tonne(s) (metric ton)Korea (South), ULSAN,,Hyundai Offshore Shipyard17 October 2011The heaviest object lifted on land is a portion of the North Rankin B Platform which weighs 23,178 tonnes (51.1 million lb) and was lifted to a height of 26.5 m (86.9 ft) at the shipyard of Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan, South Korea, on 17 October 2011.
3633Largest hanging lanternGalaxy Macau8.02/4.61 metre(s)Macau, Macau20 September 2012The largest hanging lantern measures 8.02 m tall (26 ft 3 in) and 4.61 m (15 ft 1 in) in diameter. It was created by Galaxy Macau (China) and was presented and measured in Macau, China, on 20 September 2012.
3634Most consecutive kickflips on a skateboardZach KralUnited States, Waterford30 November 2008The most consecutive kickflips on a skateboard is 1,546 and was achieved by Zach Kral (USA) at 4 Seasons Skate Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, on 30 November 2008.
3635Fastest time to flip 10 cars on the roofInaki Gil Diez de Argote1/44 minute(s), second(s)Spain, Madrid15 November 2001Inaki Gil Diez de Argote (Spain) rolled ten Panda cars (weighing 750 kg or 1,653 lb) 180° onto their roofs in a time of 1 min 44 sec at the studio of El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 15 November 2001.
3636Longest time controlling a football on the chestDaniel CuttingUnited Kingdom, Milton Keynes,,Stadium MK25 July 2013The longest duration controlling a football on the chest is 44.57 sec and was achieved by Daniel Cutting (UK) for the 'Guinness World Records OMG!' and 'Copa 90' YouTube channels at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, UK, on 25 July 2013.
3637World Series - perfect gameDonald James LarsenUnited States, New York01 January 1956A perfect game (9 innings) was achieved by Donald James Larsen (New York, AL) v. Brooklyn on October 8, 1956 
3638Largest provinceQinghaiQinghai square kilometre(s)China, ,Qinghai01 September 2011The largest province in China is Qinghai, with a total area of 721,000 km2 (278,000 mi²).
3639Heaviest (largest) bell still usedMingun bellThe heaviest bell still in use is the Mingun bell, weighing 92 tonnes with a diameter of 5.09 m (16 ft 8 in) at the lip, in Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma). The bell is struck by a teak boom from the outside. It was cast at Mingun late in the reign of King Bodawpaya (1782-1819).The heaviest bell hung in Great Britain is `Great Paul' in the south-west tower of St Paul's Cathedral, London. Cast in 1881, it weighs 17 tonnes, has a diameter of 2.9 m (9ft 6 in) and sounds the note E-flat.
3640First oral contraceptiveCarl DjerassifirstUnited States, Syntex Laboratories,Mexico City01 January 1951Carl Djerassi (US) developed the modern contraceptive pill as a young researcher working for Syntex Laboratories in Mexico City, in 1951. Born in pre-war Vienna, Djerassi fled the Nazis in 1938, arriving in New York aged 16 and penniless. After graduating from Kenyon College in Ohio, he obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin. Currently over 80 million women world-wide take an oral contraceptive. Djerassi was also part of a team that succeeded in isolating and synthesising one of the first antihistamines. The Pill celebrated it's 40th anniversary in May 2000 when it was estimated one million women around the world rely on it for contraception.
3641Fastest hat-trick in an international football (soccer) matchMasashi Nakayama3/15 minute(s), second(s)Japanese, Asian Cup16 February 2000Japanese international Masashi 'Gon' Nakayama scored a hat-trick in 3 min 15 sec against Brunei during an Asian Cup qualifing match played on 16 Feb 2000. Nakayama netted on one minute, two minutes and three minutes fifteen seconds, bettering the 62-year-old mark set by England's George William Hall, who scored three in 3 minutes 30 seconds against Ireland at Old Trafford, Manchester, UK on 16 November 1938.Nakayama is Japan's veteran striker, who also holds the record for most consecutive hat-tricks in league football (four) and is the only Japanese to score during the World Cup Finals, during Japan's 2-1 defeat by Jamaica at France '98.
3642Highest cliffs in the Solar SystemVerona RupesNASA's Voyager 2 probe encountered the planet Uranus and its collection of moons in 1986. The small moon Miranda, with a diameter of 472 km, has a surface made up of a jumble of bizarre geological features. One of the most prominent of these features is an enormous cliff with a vertical relief of about 20km 12 miles. This cliff, named Verona Rupes, is more than ten times higher than the walls of the Grand Canyon on Earth. That this towering cliff is so huge is made even more remarkable by the small size of Miranda itself. The white material exposed in the cliff face is probably mostly water ice.
3643Oldest masonic lodgesAitchison's LodgeUnited KingdomThe oldest written records for a Masonic lodge belong to Aitchison's Haven kn Muddelburgh, UK. They date back to 9 Jan 1599.The oldest written records for a Masonic lodge that is still in existence today are from The Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary's Chapel), No 1, Uk. They date back to 31 July 1599.
3644Most modelling balloons blown up in one hourJohn CassidyUnited States, Balloon Saloon store,New York28 March 2006
3645Longest trials motorcycle jump without rampAdrian VergnaultFrance, Port Medoc21 July 2005The record for the longest jump on a trials motorcycle without a ramp is 7.7 m (25.26 ft) and was set by Adrian Vergnault (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Port Medoc, France on 21 July 2005.
3646Fastest motorcycle rider swap (single motorcycle)Lantinen Jouni, Pitkänen MattiFinland, Paimio - Muurla highway03 July 2001Riding a Honda CBR600 F2, Lantinen Jouni and Pitkänen Matti (both Finland) swapped places in 4.18 sec travelling at a record average speed of 140 km/h from the time they began and ended the manoeuvre on the Paimio to Muuria highway, Finland on 3 July 2001.
3647Slot car distance 24 hours, 1:32 scaleNorth London Society of Model EngineersUnited KingdomOn 5-6 July 1986 the North London Society of Model Engineers team at the ARRA club in Southport, Merseyside achieved a 24-hour distance record of 492.364 km (305.949 miles) for a 1:32 scale car, a Rondeau M482C Group C Sports car, built by Ian Fisher. Other team members were Chris James, Alan Lucas, Paul Harwood and Paul Martin.This was under the rules of the B.S.C.R.A (British Slot Car Racing Association).
3648Longest distance rowed on a Concept II Indoor Rower in 24 hours - male (individual)David Harris307683 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, HMS Coventry18 November 2001The greatest distance rowed on an indoor Concept II rower in 24 hours is 307,683 m (191.18 miles) by David Harris (UK). The attempt took place aboard Devonport, UK-based HMS Coventry on 17-18 November 2001.
3649Most expensive guitar sold at auctionFender Stratocaster2700000 US dollar(s)Qatar, Doha17 November 2005A Fender Stratocaster guitar signed by a host of music legends fetched US$2.7 million (then £1.6 million) at a charity auction for Reach Out To Asia at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Doha, Qatar, on 17 November 2005. Stars who signed the guitar included Bryan Adams, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page and Brian May (all UK). The Reach Out To Asia campaign seeks to support worthy causes around the world, with particular emphasis on the Asian continent.
3650Fastest aircraft, unmanned and jet-poweredLockheed SR-71A BlackbirdNot Applicable22 December 1964The USAF Lockheed SR-71 'Blackbird', a reconnaissance aircraft, is the world's fastest non-experimental jet aeroplane, with a top speed in excess of Mach 3. First flown in its definitive form on 22 December 1964, it is reportedly capable of attaining an altitude of close to 30,000 m (100,000 ft). It has a wing span of 16.94 m (55 ft 7 in) and a length of 32.73 m (107 ft 5 in) and weighs 77.1 tonnes (170,000 lb) at take-off. Its reported range at Mach 3 is 4,800 km (3,000 miles) at 24,000 m (79,000 ft).The Blackbird was decommissioned by the USAF in 1990, but a few re-entered service for NASA in 1995 for research purposes. However, due to the high cost of maintenance and flight, the future of these aircraft is uncertain.Mach 3 is equivalent to 3,185 km/h (1,979 mph).
3651First manned spaceflightYuri Alekseyevich GagarinfirstKazakhstan, Baikonur CosmodromeThe earliest manned spaceflight was by Cosmonaut Flight Major (later Col.) Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (1934-68) in Vostok 1 on 12 Apr 1961. The take-off was from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan at 6:07a.m. GMT and the landing near Smelovka, near Engels, in the Saratov region of Russia, 115 minutes later. Col. Gagarin landed separately from his spacecraft 118 minutes after the launch, by parachute after ejecting 108 minutes into the flight as planned. The maximum altitude during the 40,868.6 km (25,394,8 mile) flight of Vostok 1 was listed at 327 km (203 miles), with a maximum speed of 28,260 km/h (17,560 mph). Col. Gagarin, invested a Hero of the Soviet Union and awarded the Order of Lenin and the Gold Star Medal, was killed in a jet plane crash near Moscow on 27 March 1968.
3652First American to host a television show in BritainKelly MonteithfirstUnited Kingdom, London,,15 November 1979The Kelly Monteith Show was first shown on the 15 Nov 1979 on BBC2.
3653Largest patchwork quiltRealizar Eventos Especiais25100 square metre(s)Portugal, Parque da Cidade, Porto18 June 2000The world’s largest patchwork quilt measured 25,100 sq. m (270,174 sq.ft) and is called Manta da Cultura (Patchwork for Culture). The project was carried out by Realizar – Eventos Especiais, Lda of Parque da Cidade, Porto, Portugal and completed on 18 June 2000.It measured 200m by 170 m.
3654Worst riot - death tollTaiwan1400 peopleChinese Taipei, Chinese Taipei01 March 1947Some 1,400 people died in riots following the arrest of a woman for selling contraband cigarettes in Taiwan in March 1947.
3655First flying return trapeze actUnknownfirstFrance, Cirque Napoleon,Paris12 November 1859A flying return trapeze act was first performed by Jules Léotard (France) at Cirque Napoleon, Paris, France on 12 November 1859.
3656First public performance of a triple somersault on the trapezeUnknownfirstUSA, Chicago Coliseum01 January 1920The first public performance was at the Chicago Coliseum, USA, in 1920.
3657Longest bannerRotary International50.4/1 metre(s)India, Bombay22 October 2001Rotary International PolioPlus India displayed a cloth banner measuring 50.4 km (31.3 miles) long and 1 metre (3.2ft) wide on 22 February 2002 in Mumbai (Bombay), India.The banner was unfurled and hung on poles starting at the Renaissance Hotel, down the Eastern Express Highway and finally towards Thane. The banner was made of smaller banners stitched together, and depicted messages of polio eradication.
3658Highest jump by a dogCinderella May a Holly Grey172.7 centimetre(s)United States, Gray Summit, Missouri07 October 2006The world record for the highest jump cleared by a dog is 172.7cm (68 in), achieved by Cinderella May a Holly Grey, owned by KateLong and Kathleen Conroy (both USA) of Miami, Florida, USA, at thePurina Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals, Gray Summit,Missouri, USA on 7 October 2006.
3659Longest distance tap danced - teamCentre of MOvement School of Performing ArtsUnited States, Gorham20 October 2002An ensemble of 13 tap dancers from the Centre of Movement School of Performing Arts, journeyed through the streets from Portland to Gorham, Maine, USA in a choreographed routine, covering a distance of 16.73 km (10.4 miles) in 4 hr 33 min on 20 October 2002. The attempt raised funds for the Barabara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical CenterThe dancers who completed the distance were Jaife Kahle, Brianna Boland, Meagan And Deana Romeika, Amanda and David Bell. Wendy Almeida, Shari Chaney, Shannon Mosey, Carol Jonson, Amy Coucette, Stephen Assante and Kelly Byrne.
3660Largest collection of clothing tagsTao Chun LinChina14 September 2005Tao Chun Lin (China) has a collection of 102,005 clothing tags that he has amassed since the 1970’s.

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