Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

3931Most barefoot marathons run on consecutive days (male)Eddie Vilbar VegaUnited States, San Antonio07 July 2014The most barefoot marathons run on consecutive days by a male is 10 and was achieved by Eddie Vilbar Vega (USA), who ran in various races across Oregon, California and Texas, USA, between 28 June 2014 and 7 July 2014.
3932Most skateboard axle stalls in 30 secondsMathias LienDenmark21 July 2014The most axle stalls on a skateboard in 30 seconds is 16 and was achieved by Mathias Hagebakken Lien (Norway) in Bybrua, Norway, on 21 July 2014.
3933Longest twist breadStamm Noah - NettetalGermany, NettetalThe longest bread twist measures 30.09 m (98 ft 8 in) and was achieved by Stamm Noah - Nettetal (Germany) in Nettetal, Germany, on 29 May 2014.
3934Longest chalk pavement artCity of Greeley, Colorado5718.353 metre(s)United States, Greeley12 September 2015The longest chalk pavement art is 5,718.353 metres (18,760 ft 11 in) and was achieved by the City of Greeley (USA) in Greeley, Colorado, USA on 12 September 2015.The residents of the City of Greeley attempted this record in order to pay tribute to their rich history of cultural, artistic, and creative endeavors. The theme "Celebrating Nature" was depicted throughout the chalk art.
3935Longest dosaShrijit Neogy16.68 metre(s)India, Hyderabad16 November 2014The longest dosa measures 16.68 m (54 ft 8.69 in) and was achieved by Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM and Naturralle Refined Sunflower Oil, prepared by Hotel Daspalla (all India), at the Forum Sujana Mall, in Hyderabad, Telangana, India, on 16 November 2014.The ingredients used to make the dosa were rice, lentils, water, fenugreek seed and salt and it was cooked using Naturralle Refined Sunflower Oil. The dosa had a total weight of 13.69 kg. A total of 29 chefs participated in the preparation and cooking of the dosa.
3936Longest journey by car in a single countryAteef Abdulla, Sheetal Shrivastava, Deepak Shrivastava31798.2 kilometre(s)India, Bangalore07 June 2015The longest journey by car in a single country is 31,798.2 km (19,758 miles) and was achieved by Ateef Abdulla, Sheetal Shrivastava and Deepak Shrivastava (all India), who toured throughout India from 30 April to 7 June 2015.Ateef, Sheetal and Deepak, together with passenger Yash Shrivastava, called this journey their 'Drive Against Cancer' - their objective was to raise funds for cancer detection and treatment. The vehicle used was a Mahindra XUV 500.
3937Largest lenticular hologramParis Gallery LLC.159.8 square metre(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai25 February 2015The largest lenticular hologram measures 159.8 m2 (1,720 ft2) and was achieved by Paris Gallery LLC. (UAE) it was presented at Ghurair Center, in Dubai, UAE, on 25 February 2015. The hologram measured 38.9 m wide and 4.11 m high.
3938Longest speech marathon (team)Rob Moore, Mark Homer, Daniel Wagner, Paul Preston117 hours 30 minutes hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Peterborough05 August 2015The longest speech marathon by a team is 117 hours 30 minutes and was achieved by Rob Moore, Mark Homer, Daniel Wagner and Paul Preston (all UK), at Peterborough, UK, from 31 July to 5 August 2015. The attempt was organised with the intention of raising charity for the Sue Ryder Hospice, Peterborough and, to date, £87,872.19 has been raised.
3939Fastest rocket-powered model car (10.0 N.s impulse)The Joseph Whitaker School Young EngineersUnited Kingdom, Newark15 July 2015The fastest rocket-powered model car with an impulse of 10 N.s impulse travels at a speed of 255.39 km/h (158.69 mph) and was achieved by the Joseph Whitaker School Young Engineers (UK) at Newark Showground, UK, on 20 July 2015. The record was broken as part of an after-school engineering club, where the members designed their own cars around the Estes C6-0 rocket motor.
3940Largest comic book publishedCruZader™: Agent of the Vatican by Omar Morales60.96 centimetre(s)United States, Fremont30 August 2014The largest comic book published is chapter one of the graphic novel CruZader&trade: Agent of the Vatican by Omar Morales (USA) with a size of 60.96 cm by 94.46 cm (2 ft by 3 ft 1.19 in). It was measured in Fremont, California, USA, on 30 August 2014.The full-colour 28-page work (ISBN 978-0-692-26095-1) was printed in a run of 105 copies and made available at a cover price of US$200 (£123 €154) and $300 (£185 €232) for the US and international markets respectively.
3941Largest display of scarecrowsNational Forest Adventure FarmUnited Kingdom, Burton on Trent07 August 2014The largest gathering of scarecrows in one location is 3,812 and was achieved by National Forest Adventure Farm (UK) in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, UK, on 7 August 2014.
3942Largest collection of fast food restaurant toysPercival LugueitemsPhilippines, Apalit, Pampanga04 November 2014The largest collection of fast food restaurant toys is 10,000 items and was achieved by Percival R. Lugue (Philippines), verified in Apalit, Pampanga, Philippines, on 4 November 2014.
3943Longest magic show - individualRichard Smith30/45 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, Liverpool08 August 2004The longest magic show performed at the same venue by an individual before a paying audience was achieved by Richard Smith (UK) whose show ran for 30 hr 45 min on 7–8 August 2004 at the Liverpool Moat House, Merseyside, UK.The event was organized to raise funds for 15 year old Chris Hardman's (UK) cancer treatment. Richard went for 11 hr 20 min without repeating a trick and in all performed 331 tricks.
3944Longest loom band bracelet - teamBlue Skye Thinking12,529.40 metre(s)United Kingdom, Abingdon19 July 2015The longest loom band bracelet by a team is 12,529.40 metres (41,106 feet 11 inches) and was achieved by Blue Skye Thinking (UK), in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom on 19 July 2015.The record breaking loom band bracelet was created in memory of Skye Hall.Read more: Incredible loom-band bracelet lands a world record for young cancer victim
3945Greatest distance on a motorcycle in 24 hours (individual)Matthew MckelveySouth Africa, Welkom08 October 2014The longest distance riding a motorcycle in 24 hours is 3256.5 km (2023.5 miles) and was achieved by Matthew McKelvey aka Bushy (South Africa) at the Phakisa Freeway in Welkom, South Africa, on 8 October 2014.Bushy completed this record in aid of Multiple Sclerosis South Africa. Battling high winds, he completed an impressive 1297 laps of the Phakisa track in just under 24 hours.
3946Ladder climbing - farthest distance in 8 hours (team)Adam Eastwood, Nathan Pavey, Rob Hammerton, Rob Breen, Sid Castle, Steve Burwell, Westley Law, Sam Ripley, Jason Hills, Michael Pitney42.88 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, AshfordThe farthest distance climbed on a ladder in 8 hours by a team of ten is 42.88 km (26.64 mi) and was achieved by members of Kent Fire & Rescue Service (UK) in Ashford, Kent, UK, on 24 May 2014. The participants included Michael Pitney, Jason Hills, Sam Ripley, Westley Law, Steve Burwell, Sid Castle, Rob Breen, Rob Hammerton, Nathan Pavey, and Adam Eastwood (all UK).
3947Fastest half marathon in a fireman's uniformBrendan Corcoran1:48:24 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Flushing21 March 2015The fastest half marathon in a fireman's uniform is 1 hr 48 min 24 sec and was achieved by Brendan Corcoran (USA) at the Michelob ULTRA Queens 13.1 in Flushing, New York, USA, on 21 March 2015. Brendan is a fire lieutenant in Ridgewood, New Jersey, and ran to raise awareness for Pet Fire Safety, and firefighter health and fitness.
3948Largest Polar bear dip - single venueXIIth Ice Swimmers Convention1,799 participantsPoland, Mielno15 February 2015The largest polar bear dip consisted of 1,799 participants and was achieved by XIIth Ice Swimmers Convention (Poland) in Mielno, Poland, on 15 February 2015. The temperature of the water was 4°C during the record attempt.
3949Most paper aircraft made and caught in a minute (team of ten)Airbus GroupFrance, Les Ecuries de la Tour - Mondonville13 November 2014The most paper aircraft made and caught in a minute (team of ten) is 25 and was achieved by Airbus Group at Les Ecuries De La Tour, Toulouse, France on 13 November 2014.
3950Largest 3D mandalaDiqing Shangri-La Culture Development Co., Ltd.7.371 x 14.23 m metre(s)China, Shangri-La12 March 2015The largest 3D Mandala is 7.371 m (24.18 feet) high with a diameter of 14.23 m (46.69 feet) and was achieved by Diqing Shangri-La Culture Development Co., Ltd. (China) in Shangri-La, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan, China, verified on 12 March 2015.The overall volume of the mandala is 1,172.265 m cubed. It took a total of 10 years to plan, design and build.
3951Most valuable dreidelChabad of South Palm BeachUnited States, Manalapan23 October 2015The most valuable dreidel is valued at $14,000 (£9,228.68), belongs to the Chabad of South Palm Beach, and was created by Pedro Maldonado (USA) in Manalapan, Florida, USA, on 23 October 2015.Community members donated precious metals and gems for the creation of the dreidel. The foundation of the dreidel is a diamond and the entire dreidel spins on the diamond's point. The record is part of their "Thanksgivingkkah" celebration, which celebrated the convergence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah in 2013.
3952Greatest vertical descent on a mountain bike in 24 hoursMark Haimes, Reg Mullett32,796.9 m (107,601.16 ft) metre(s)Canada, Golden30 August 2014The greatest vertical descent on a mountain bike in 24 hours is 32,796.9 m (107,601.16 ft) and was achieved by Mark Haimes (Australia) and Reg Mullett (Canada) at Mount 7 Psychosis course, Golden, British Columbia, Canada, between 29-30 August 2014. The two riders individually and concurrently achieved the same amount of vertical descent. The vertical difference between the start and finish of the course is 1,214.7 m (3,985.23 ft).
3953Lowest fuel consumption - All 24 contiguous EU countries (all cars)Fergal McGrath , Julian Warren2.82 litre(s) per 100 kilometresBelgium, Aalst25 June 2015The lowest fuel consumption rate for a car visiting all 24 contiguous EU countries is 2.82 litres per 100 km (100.31 UK mpg 83.52 US mpg), achieved by Fergal McGrath (Ireland) and Julian Warren (UK) driving a Honda Civic Tourer between 1 and 25 June 2015.
3954Most pizzas made in 12 hours (team)Istituto Nazionale della Pizza (INP), Ristorante Sportivi ParadisoSwitzerland, Chiasso27 June 2015The most pizzas made in 12 hours by a team is 5,070 and was achieved by Ristorante Sportivi Paradiso (Switzerland) and the Istituto Nazionale della Pizza (Italy), in Chiasso, Switzerland, on 27 June 2015.The 40 expert pizza makers team was led by the current STG pizza world record holder Attilio Albachiara (also from Naples).
3955Longest-running weekly interview feature in a newspaper (same author)Stefano LorenzettoItaly, Not applicable04 April 2015The longest-running continuous weekly interview feature on a national newspaper is by journalist Stefano Lorenzetto (Italy), whose 748 interviews have been published by Italian broadsheet Il Giornale from 23 June 1999 to 4 April 2015 The feature appears on a single or double page in the Sunday edition of the paper.Il Giornale is published in Milan and had a circulation of183,923 copies in 2010.
3956Fastest Jenga tower – 30 levelsTyler Measel, Ryan Measel2:51.04 minute(s), second(s)United States, Pilesgrove07 June 2014The fastest time to build a stable Jenga tower 30 levels high within the rules of the game is 2 min and 51.04 seconds and was achieved by Tyler Measel and Ryan Measel (both USA) in Pilesgrove, New Jersey, USA, on 7 June 2014.
3957Largest colouring bookWydawnictwo Zielona Sowa SP z o.oPoland, Warsaw,,National Stadium, Warsaw, PolandThe largest colouring book measures 10 m² (107.63 ft²), and was achieved by Wydawnictwo Zielona Sowa SP z o.o (Poland), as verified at the National Stadium, Warsaw, Poland, on 24 May 2014.
3958Largest pom-pomJohn Paul II Private Catholic Schools8.67 metre(s)Poland, Pruszcz Gdanski30 January 2015The largest pom-pom measured 2.29 m (7.52 ft) high, 3.39 m (11 ft 1 inch) in diameter, 8.67 m (28 ft 5 inch), and was created by the children, parents and teachers of the John Paul II Private Catholic Schools, Pruszcz Gdanski, Pomorskie Voivodeship, Poland, on 30 January 2015. Students aged 7-16 of John Paul II Private Catholic Schools took part in crafting the worlds' largest pom pom, as an opportunity for the students to work and play together, with the ultimate goal of using a huge amount of yarn to create seats for the children's hospice.
3959Longest cornhole shotAustin Bower33.528 metre(s)United States, Cottonwood07 March 2015The longest successful cornhole shot is 33.528 m (110 ft) and was achieved by Austin Bower (USA) in Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, on 7 March 2015.Austin was one of five friends attempting this record. He achieved it on his 32nd throw.
3960Largest convoy of off-road vehiclesAbdullah Abdulghani Bros & Co.154 participantsQatar, Doha21 November 2014The largest convoy of off-road vehicles consisted of 154 vehicles and was organised by Abdullah Abdulghani Bros & Co. (Qatar), in Doha, Qatar, on 21 November 2014 The attempt started with 411 cars and it was to celebrate Toyota's 50th anniversary in Qatar

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