Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3661Farthest distance to fire a pumpkinRalph J. Eschborn II, Alex C. Eschborn, Eric J. Eschborn, Pete Hill, Stefan Hill, John Piel, Verne WUnited States, Moab, UT09 September 2010The farthest distance to fire a pumpkin is 1,690.24 m ( 5,545.43 ft) and was achieved by Ralph J. Eschborn II, Alex C. Eschborn, Eric J. Eschborn, Pete Hill, Stefan Hill, John Piel, Verne Weidman, Don Brill, and Harry Harding (all USA) using their "Big 10 Inch" air cannon in Moab, Utah, USA, on 9 Sep 2010.
3662Water speed record (fastest boat)Ken Warby511.11 kilometre(s) per hourAustralia, Blowering20 November 1977The official world water speed record is 275.97 knots (511.11 km./h, or 317.58 mph) by Ken Warby in the unlimited-class jet-powered hydroplane Spirit of Australia on Blowering Dam Lake, New South Wales, Australia, on 8 October 1978. However, it is estimated that Warby reached an estimated 300 knots (555 km/h., or 344.86 mph) unofficially at the same location on 20 November 1977.
3663Most points heptathlon (male) (indoors)Ashton EatonTurkey, Istanbul10 March 2012The most points in a heptathlon (male) (indoors) was 6,645 by Ashton Eaton (USA) in Istanbul, Turkey, on 10 March 2012.
3664Lowest team score in a One-Day International (male)ZimbabweZimbabwe, Harare25 April 2004The lowest completed innings total is 35 by Zimbabwe v. Sri Lanka at Harare, Zimbabwe, on 25 April 2004.
3665Fastest TV animation production - script to screenJagadeesh Pillai3/34/18 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)India, Coimbatore,,Indian Institute of Research and Management15 November 2012The fastest production of an animated TV show from script to screen was 3 hr 34 min 18 sec achieved by Dr. Jagadeesh Pillai (India), which produced and aired a one-minute animation entitled "Elly the Clever", on the same day.
3666Fastest time to fly a helicopter around the world eastboundSimon Oliphant-HopeUnited Kingdom, Shoreham21 June 2004The flight was made solo, with no support aircraft or other pilot to share flying duties.The route was from Shoreham across Europe and Russia, into Alaska via the Bering Strait, then down the Rockies into the US before heading back north to the UK across the North Sea via Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
3667Most life sentencesTerry Lynn NicholsUnited States, Oklahoma01 January 2004Terry Lynn Nichols took part in the planning and preparation for the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma, USA in April 1995, in which 168 people, including 19 children, were killed. At a federal trial in 1997, he was convicted of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction and eight counts of involuntary manslaughter for killing federal law enforcement personnel and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. At a later trial in 2004 in Oklahoma, he was convicted on 161 counts of first-degree murder, including one of foetal homicide. He was then sentenced to 161 consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole.
3668Most wins horse racing 2000 Guineas by a jockeyJames 'Jem' Robinson9 timesUnited Kingdom, Newmarket01 January 1848Between 1825 and 1848, Jem Robinson achieved 9 wins in the 2000 Guineas.
3669Fastest hovercraftBob Windt137.4 kilometre(s) per hourPortugal, Rio Douro River,Peso de Regua01 January 1995The highest recorded speed by a hovercraft is 137.4 km/h (85.38 mph), by Bob Windt (USA) at the 1995 World Hovercraft Championships on the Rio Douro River, Peso de Regua, Portugal. Windt was driving a streamlined 5.8 m (19 ft) Universal UH19P hovercraft called Jenny II, with a 82 kW (110 hp) V6 car engine driving its two fans (one at the rear to provide propulsion, and one underneath to provide lift).Weight of hovercraft is 392 kg (1,050 lb).Speed was measured over a flying kilometre.
3670Longest trikeGuggä - Rugger - BuusSwitzerland, Mohlin01 January 2003Swiss carnival band Guggä Rugger Buus constructed a trike 8.1 m (26 ft 7 in) long and weighing 6,030 kg (13,300 lb) to serve as a mobile grandstand for 21 members of the band. The machine has the 12 litre (729 cu in) engine and chassis of a Saurer truck.
3671Most Six Nations ChampionshipsFrance5 timesFrance, 20 March 2010France has won the Six Nations Championship on a record five occasions, in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2010.France won all five of its matches in the 2010 Six Nations Championship, with 135 points for and 66 against.
3672Most forward walkovers in one hourChung Kwun YingChina, Sha Tin, Hong Kong04 November 2001The record for the most forward walkovers in one hour is 1,015 and was set by Chung Kwun Ying (Hong Kong) at Sha Tin Racecourse, Hong Kong, China on 4 November 2001.Chung Kwun Ying (M) actually completed 1,015 walkovers in 52 min 22 sec, however the category is for one full hour.
3673Largest collection of golf clubsRobert LantsoghtSpain, Fuengirola, Malaga16 October 2002Robert Lantsoght of Malaga, Spain has a collection of 4,393 individual golf clubs that he has been collecting since 1992.Robert has a restaurant on the Costa del Sol, which is renowned for golf. Every golf club in his collection is on display in the restaurant.Robert began collecting when he received a golf bag with a complete set of golf clubs in 1992 and he continues to update the collection on a weekly basis.
3674Smallest aircraft, monoplaneBaby BirdUnited States, Camarillo,California04 August 1984The smallest monoplane ever flown is the Baby Bird, designed and built by Donald R Stits (USA). It is 3.35 m (11 ft) long, with a wing span of 1.91 m (6.25 ft) and weighs 114.3 kg (252 lb) empty. It is powered by a 41.25 kW m (55 hp) two-cylinder Hirth engine, giving a top speed of 177 km/h (110 mph). It was first flown by Harold Nemer (USA) on 4 August 1984 at Camarillo, California, USA.
3675Largest jumper (sweater)Bayrampaşa Tekstilci ve Sanayici İş Adamlari DerneğiTurkey, Istanbul,,Bayrampasa08 February 2013The largest jumper/sweater has a chest measurement of 15.11 m (49 ft 6 in), a body length of 18.49 m (60 ft 7 in) and a sleeve length of 15.88 m (52 ft 1 in) and was made by Bayrampasa Tekstilci ve Sanayici Is Adamlari Dernegi (Turkey), in Istanbul, Turkey, on 8 February 2013.The sweater is 95% acrylic and 5% wool. It took 15 people 45 days to make. The horizontal length with the sleeves is 47.11 m (154 ft 6 in).
3676Largest painting by numbersPunjab Youth Festival3717 square metre(s)Pakistan, 14 March 2013The largest painting by numbers measures 3,717 m² (40,009.29 ft²) and was created at the Punjab Youth Festival in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, on 14 March 2013.The painting was 45.72 m (150 ft) X 81.3 m (266 ft 8 in) and represented some of the most popular monuments of the Punjab region in Pakistan. 1,557 participants contributed to the work. It took 3 hours to create the starting image and 3 more hours to paint it.
3677Longest insect migrationDonald A DavisUSA, Austin,Texas08 April 1989A tagged male monarch (Danaus plexippus), released by Donald A. Davis (Canada) at Presqu'ile Provincial Park near Brighton, Ontario, Canada on 10 September 1988 was recaptured on 8 April 1989 in Austin, Texas, USA. It is assumed that this butterfly spent the winter in Mexico as it would not have been able to survive freezing winter temperatures in Texas. Hence, this butterfly travelled at least 4,635 km (2,880 miles) – a distance obtained by measuring a line from the release site to the overwintering sites and back north again to Austin, Texas, USA. However, the actual distance travelled could be double this figure. A close rival is considered to be the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria found in the Caribbean and South America which has been recorded as travelling a distance of 4,500 km.
3678First "Ferris" wheelGeorge W. FerrisUnited States, Midway, Chicago,,01 January 1893The original "Ferris" wheel was designed by George Washington Gale Ferris Jr (1859-96), an American bridge and tunnel engineer, and was erected for the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago, Illinois, USA at a cost of $385,000. The "Ferris" wheel as it became known reached a maximum height of 80 m (264 ft) above the ground, with a diameter of 76 m (250 ft) and a circumference of 240 m (790 ft). Each of the 36 fully enclosed gondolas carried upto 40 passengers in revolving chairs and the wheel weighed around 1,300 tonnes (2.866 million lb) unladen.The admission price to the "Ferris" wheel was 50c, the same price as admission to the Exposition itself. Following the closure of the Expo, the "Ferris" wheel was dismantled and moved to North Clark Street, Chicago and eventually to St Louis Missouri in time for the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition. On 11 May 1906 it was finally demolished using a 200 lb dynamite charge and sold for scrap.George Ferris died a poor man on 22 Nov 1896 at the age of 37. Financial problems and the reorganisation of the Ferris Wheel Company had continued to haunt him right up until his death from typhoid fever.
3679Most best actress Filmfare awardsNutanIndia01 January 1985Nutan (1936-91) won five Filmfare awards for Best Actress and one for Best Supporting Actress during a career which spanned 47 years. Widely considered the most versatile actress of her generation, she came from a family of top Hindi performers.She won the best actress awards with her performances in Seema in 1956, Sujata in 1959, Bandini in 1963, Milan in 1967 and Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki in 1978 and for her supporting role in Meri Jung in 1985.
3680Largest human art figureUnknownAustralia, Finniss Springs,Marree01 July 1998A giant outline of a naked Aborigine man, measuring 4.2 km (2.6 miles) in length and so vast that it can only be seen from the air, appeared at Finniss Springs, near Marree, South Australia in July 1998 to become the largest ever representation of the human form. The 'lines' of the figure are 35 m (115 ft) wide and measure 28 km (17 miles) around. No-one has yet owned up to the 'Marree Man' and theories about its creation still abound, with many believing that the only people with the technology to create a drawing of this scale with such accuracy are personnel at a nearby US base.The figure, carrying a spear, is thought to have been etched by a plough, possibly drawn by a tractor, although no tractor marks were found nearby. (All police had to go on was a small American flag and a brief note, thought to refer to the Branch Dravidian cult in the USA, found at the centre of the drawing.) The outline was found by a group from Marree who flew over a plateau north of the town after being given directions in anonymous faxes, which claimed it was the largest portrayal of the human form in the world. Subsequent reports suggest the figure has largely faded away due to wind erosion. Academics have sought to search the artistic source for the figure from records.
3681Longest quiz - team relay (most correct answers)Oak 'n' Ash pubUnited Kingdom, Walmley15 June 1994A record 41,599 questions were answered correctly in a quiz held at the Oak n Ash pub at Walmley, W Mids from 9–15 June 1994. The final scores were 20,245 for Team A and 21,354 for Team B, with 10,366 wrong answers.
3682Highest dinner partyHenry Shelford6805 metre(s)Tibet, Lhakpa RiThe greatest altitude at which a formal meal has been held is 6,805 m (22,326 ft) by Henry Shelford, Thomas Shelford, Nakul Misra Pathak, Robert Aitken, Robert Sully (all UK), Caio Buzzolini (Australia) and appointed butler Joshua Heming (UK), who dined on Lhakpa Ri, Tibet on 3 May 2004.The expedition team named “Henry Shelford’s 30th birthday party” were set to dine on the summit of the 7,054 m (23,113 ft) mountain but hurricanes forced them to descend to a more sheltered spot.The team carried the tables, chairs and silver cutlery as part of the expedition and dined on a feast of caviar as a starter, duck for main course, chocolate bombe for dessert, cheese and wine, followed by birthday cake to finish.
3683Most fingers and toes (polydactylism) - at birthAkshat SaxenaIndia, utter pradesh/budaun/panwari28 March 2010The most fingers and toes at birth are 14 fingers (7 on each hand) and 20 toes (10 on each foot) and belonged to a Akshat Saxena (India). The record was confirmed by doctors in India on 20 March 2010Akshat has had an operation recently and has now got the normal number of digits.
3684Largest (continental) broomKreateam 2006Netherlands, Sint-Annaland12 September 2006The largest broom measured 32.65 m (107 ft 1 in) in length (broom handle 20.85 m (68 ft 5 in)) and was made by members of the ‘Kreateam 2006’ and measured in Sint-Annaland, Netherlands, on 12 September 2006.
3685Largest bird's nestHaliaeetus leucocephalusUnited States, St Petersburg,Florida01 January 1963The largest bird's nest was built by a pair of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), and possibly their successors, near St Petersburg, Florida, USA and measured 2.9 m (9 ft 6 in) wide and 6 m (20 ft) deep. It was examined in 1963 and was estimated to weigh more than two tonnes (4,409 lb). The incubation mounds built by the mallee fowl (Leipoa ocellata) of Australia measure up to 4.57 m (15 ft) in height and 10.6 m (35 ft) across, and it has been calculated that a nest site may involve the mounding of 249 m³ (8,793 ft³) of material weighing 300 tonnes (661,386 lb). The golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) also constructs huge nests, and one 4.57 m (15 ft) deep was reported from Scotland in 1954.
3686First colour cartoon seriesThe Red Head ComediesUSA, Query01 January 1923The Red Head Comedies (USA 1923), each a lampoon of an historical event by the Lee-Bradford Corporation.
3687Most descendants to become Prime MinisterNehru-Gandhi familyIndia, New Delhi01 January 1984Since 1947 a total of three descendants of the Nehru-Gandhi family have become Prime Minister of India.Jawaharlal Nehru became India's Prime Minister when the country attained independence in Auguest 1947, and remained in power until his death in 1964. His daughter Indira Gandhi served as Prime Minister from 1966 to 1977 and from 1980 until she was assassinated by her own bodyguards on 31 October 1984. Rajiv Gandhi, Indira's eldest son, became Prime Minister following his mother's death and won the 1984 elections by a landslide. He served until 1989 and was assassinated while campaigning for the premiership on 21 May 1991.
3688Fastest bicycle wheelie - front wheelBobby Root94.62 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Palmdale31 January 2001Bobby Root of La Quinta, California, USA achieved a top speed of 94.62 km/h (58.8 mph)on the front tyre of his bicycle at Palmdale, California, USA on 31 January 2001 for Guinness World Records: Primetime.Root used the slipstream of a vehicle to reach the necessary speed before performing his wheelie. He travelled at 1.5 m (5 ft) behind it over a distance of 100 m (328 ft) before reaching the first of measured time distance of 9.75 m (32 ft).
3689Largest collection of traffic conesDavid MorganUnited Kingdom, Burford01 April 2000David Morgan (UK) has a collection of 137 different trafficcones.He owns a cone from about two thirds of all types ever made.
3690Longest marathon playing a card gameMichael Ott, Axel Barth, Sarah Birke, Don Kalal, Rudi Scheunemann, Sebastian Stöhr170 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Germany, Munich12 January 2011The longest marathon playing a card game was 170 hr and was achieved by Axel Barth, Sarah Birke, Don Kalal, Michael Ott, Rudi Scheunemann and Sebastian Stoehr (all Germany) who played Schafkopf at Wirtshaus Spektakel restaurant in Munich, Germany, from 5-12 January 2011. Schafkopf is a trick-taking card game developed in 18th century Germany, similar to the English game sheepheading.Four players played at a time with two substitutes actively rotating into and out of the game.

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