Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

4441First videogame to log high scoresSea WolffirstNot Applicable, 01 January 1976Released in 1976, Sea Wolf was an arcade game that simulated a submarine naval battle. Players viewed the action through a periscope mounted on the machine and fired torpedoes at enemy targets. The high-score appeared on the bottom of the screen, below the current player’s score. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: First video game to log high scores.
4442Most people being massagedDepartment of Health Service Support Ministry of Public Health641 peopleThailand, Bangkok,Nonthaburi30 August 2012The most people being massaged is 641 and was achieved by the Department of Health Service Support Ministry of Public Health (Thailand), in Nonthaburi, Thailand, on 30 August 2012.There were 641 couples for a total of 1,282 people participating to the attempt. There was one Steward per 18-21 people. The event took place on the opening day of the very first Thailand Medical Hub Expo 2012 and the record attempt was started by Thailand's Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra. The certificate was also presented to her on the successful completion of the attempt.
4443Longest prison sentence for playing a videogameFaiz ChopdatfirstUnited Kingdom, Manchester01 September 2002In September 2002, the UK’s Faiz Chopdat was jailed for four months for playing Tetris on his mobile phone while on a flight home, “endangering the safety of an aircraft”. Cabin staff warned Chopdat twice to turn off the game and he was arrested on touching down in Manchester, UK.GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008.
4444Loudest bark by a group of dogsSarah Julian124 decibel(s) (A-weighted)United States, Bentonville, Arkansas07 November 2009The loudest dog bark measured 124 dB and was produced by 76 dogs in an event organised by Petmate, in Washington Park, Colorado, US on 7 November 2009. The event was organise by Petmate, to help raise food for local dog rescure centres and promote their line of dog toys named 'Dogzilla.' Owners donated a tin of unopened dog food. The barking was measured by a calibrated type I SPL sound metre.
4445Largest quadrilleBonnie BognerGermany, NeussThe largest horse quadrille involved 103 Haflinger horses and riders during the Equitana Open Air horse festival on 18 May 2008. The event was organised by Haflinger Gestüt Ziegelhof and held at Neuss Racecourse, Neuss, Germany.
4446First attack by an unmanned aerial vehicleRQ-1 Predator2002/11/3 year(s), month(s), day(s)Yemen, 03 November 2002The earliest known offensive use of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) occurred in Yemen on 3 November 2002, when an AGM-114 Hellfire missile was fired from a CIA-operated General Atomics RQ-1 Predator at six alleged Al-Qaeda operatives travelling in a car.Prior to this attack the Predator was used exclusively for reconnaissance and surveillance.UAVs are different to guided missiles because they are remotely controlled as opposed to automatically guided. In addition they return to base after completing their missions.
4447Most translations of a single title signed by the author in 1 sittingPaulo CoelhoGermany, Frankfurt10 October 2003The world record for most translations of a single title signed by the author in one sitting belongs to Paulo Coelho (Brazil) who signed 53 different language editions of his bestseller The Alchemist on 10 October 2003, from 6:30pm to 8pm, at the Frankfurt Book fair, Germany.Please rest this record on the Database
4448Largest game of duck duck gooseLogan-Rogersville School District2135 peopleUnited States, Rogersville07 October 2011The largest game of duck, duck, goose involved 2,135 participants at an event organised by the Logan-Rogersville School District at Logan-Rogersville High School in Rogersville, Missouri, USA, on 7 October 2011.The game lasted for 15 minutes, 55 seconds.
4449Most basketball free throws in one hourBob J. FisherUnited States, Centralia17 December 2011The most basketball free throws made in one hour is 2,371 achieved by Bob J. Fisher (USA) at Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas, USA, on 17 December 2011.Bob made 1501 shots out of 1,744 attempts with his right hand and 870 successful free throws out of 1,233 attempts with his left hand.This gave Bob a total shooting accuracy of 79.64% (2,371 successful free throws - 2,977 attempts).
4450Most expensive kiss sold at auctionJoni Rimm50000 US dollar(s)United States, Los Angeles01 August 2003In August 2003, Joni Rimm (USA) paid $50,000 (£31,000) at a charity auction for the privilege of one kiss with Hollywood actress Sharon Stone. Sharon auctioned the kiss in aid of Project Angel Foods – a Los Angeles based charity providing free meals for people with HIV and AIDS.
4451Most cars performing donuts simultaneouslyLatvian Drift AssociationLatvia, Riga,,Bikernieki Sports Complex07 September 2012The most cars performing donuts simultaneously is 107, achieved by the Latvian Drift Association (Latvia) at the Bikernieki Sports Complex, near Riga, Latvia, on 7 September 2012.A total of 115 cars took part in the attempt however only 107 participated in accordance with the guidelines.
4452Largest clog dancePella Historical Society2605 participantsUnited States, PellaThe largest clog dance was achieved by 2,605 participants at an event organised by the Pella Historical Society (USA) in Pella, Iowa, USA, on 8 May 2010.The dance was part of the Tulip Time festival, which celebrate's Pella's Dutch heritage.
4453Largest game of TetrisJason Bradbury, The Gadget Show105.79 square metre(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham,NEC15 September 2010The largest game of Tetris measured 105.79 m² and was played on The Gadget Show in Birmingham, UK on 15 September 2010.Adjudicated on-set by Gaz DeavesFeatured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
4454Most hundreds in a Test match (male)West Indies v. South Africa 4th Test 2005Antigua and Barbuda, St John'sThe most three-figure innings recorded by individual batsmen in a single cricket Test match is eight, in the game between the West Indies and South Africa, played at the Antigua Recreation Ground, St John's, Antigua, between 29 April and 3 May 2005.The scores were as follows, all made in the 1st Innings:114 - Abraham de Villiers (South Africa)126 - Graeme Smith (South Africa)147 - Jacques Kallis (South Africa)131 - Ashwell Prince (South Africa)317 - Chris Gayle (West Indies)127 - Ramnaresh Sarwan (West Indies)127 - Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies)107 - Dwayne Bravo (West Indies)The match was drawn.
4455Largest ship sunk intentionallyUSS AmericaUnited States, VirginiaThe largest ship ever sunk intentionally by its owners was the aircraft carrier USS America (CV 66), which was 319.2 m (1,047 ft 6 in) long and had a displacement of 75,800 tonnes. The ship was sunk in a live fire exercise off the Virginia, USA, coastline on 14 May 2005.Displacement is a conversion to metric from the official US Navy displacement of 83,573 tons, which is presumed to refer to 'short' tons.
4456Oldest individual gold medallist at a Winter Olympic GamesOle Einar BjorndalenRussia, Sochi08 February 2014The oldest gold medallist in an individual event at a Winter Olympic Games is Ole Einar Bjorndalen (Norway, b. 27 January 1974), who was aged 40 years 12 days when he won the 10-km sprint event in the Biathlon in Sochi, Russia, on 8 February 2014.
4457Largest town cryDorchester Town Promotion Campaign280 participantsUnited Kingdom, Dorchester07 September 2008The largest town cry is achieved by 280 participants in an event organised by Dorchester Town Promotion Campaign in the Countryside arena at the Showground in Dorchester, UK, on 7 September 2008.
4458Largest parade of dumper trucksDumper Team NäserGermany, Wildenfels16 September 2012The largest parade of dumper trucks involved 56 trucks and was achieved by Dumper Team Näser (Germany) at Wildenfels, Germany, on 16 September 2012.
4459Youngest person to win the Super Bowl as a quarterbackBen RoethlisbergerUnited States05 February 2006At age 23 years, 340 days, Ben Roethlisberger (USA, b. 2 March 1982) of the Pittsburgh Steelers became the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, leading his team to a 21-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL played on 5 February 2006.
4460Fastest waste containerJames Norvill151.15 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Santa Pod Race Track in Northants03 November 2007The fastest waste container - built using a modified 2 litre ( .43 gal ) Turbo Subaru Impreza Type R Rally Car around an 8 yd ( 7.3 m ) builders skip - set a landspeed record of 151.15 Km/h (93.92 mph), on the .25 mile (.40 km) dragster track at the Santa Pod Raceway in Northants, UK, on 3 November 2007.
4461First song to reach No.1 of UK Singles chart through download sales by a UK actSugababesUnited Kingdom06 October 2007On 6 October 2007, the Sugababes (UK) single ‘About You Now’ became the biggest chart jumper to the No.1 position in the UK, when it leaped from No. 35 to the top. It was also the first track by a British act to top the chart solely on download sales.
4462First artist to write every song on a million-selling album (female)Kate BushfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 1978In 1978, Kate Bush (UK) released her entirely self-penned debut album The Kick Inside, which sold over 1 million copies in the UK alone, making her the first female in pop history to write a million-selling debut album.
4463Largest collection of toothbrushesGrigori FleicherRussia, Lipetsk05 November 2008Grigori Fleicher (Russia) has a collection of 1,320 different tooth brushes as of 5 November 2008.
4464Most special effect make-up characters portrayed in a careerBill BlairUnited States, Los angelesThe most special effect make-up characters portrayed in a career is 202, achieved by Bill Blair (USA), on 6 May 2011.Bill Blair, an actor and writer, has appeared on a variety of science fiction films since 1989. He played 202 different characters in, among others, Star Trek, Babylon, Sliders and Alien Nation. His first experiences as an alien in television was on Alien Nation. It all started when he met make-up designer Richard Snell and his girlfriend on the feature film "Demolition Man." This led Bill to his first work on the TV movies of "Alien Nation".
4465First monoplane to achieve flightTrajan VuiafirstFrance, ParisThe first monoplane to achieve successful flight was "Traian Vuia 1", built by Trajan Vuia, a Romanian inventor who lived in Paris, France. Vuia flew his monoplane at a height of 1 m (3 ft) for 12 m (40 ft) in Montesson, Paris, France on 18 March 1906.
4466Youngest person to play in the Super BowlJamal LewisUnited States28 January 2001At 21 years 155 days, Jamal Lewis (USA, b. 26 August 1979) of the Baltimore Ravens is the youngest player to ever appear in the Super Bowl. Lewis ran for 102 yards and a touchdown in a 34-7 romp over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV on 28 January 2001.
4467Highest forward flip trampoline slam dunkMilwaukee BucksUnited States, Milwaukee20 December 2008The highest forward flip trampoline slam dunk is 3.50 m (11 ft 6 in) by by Milwaukee Bucks Rim Rockers member Kevin Vanderkolk (USA) during the LA Clippers v Milwaukee Bucks game at Bradley Centre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, on 20 December 2008.
4468Largest Kuchipudi danceSiliconAndhra , SiliconAndhra5794 peopleIndia, Hyderabad,,Gachibowli Stadium25 December 2012The largest Kuchipudi dance comprised of 5,794 participants and was achieved by SiliconAndhra (USA) in Hyderabad, India, on 25 December 2012.Dancers had arrived from all over India and from 16 different nations for the 3rd International Kuchipudi Dance Convention. The record attempt was made at the end of the convention and it was a highly colourful event where all dancers dressed in traditional outfits together with highly elaborate hair and facial makeup. SiliconAndhra broke its own record of 2850 set previously on 26 December 2010.
4469Shortest title of a film to win an Oscar for best pictureGigiUnited States, Los Angeles06 April 1959The shortest entitled film to win an Oscar for Best Picture is Gigi (USA, 1958), directed by Vincente Minnelli (USA), which won the Best Picture category at the 1958 Academy Awards, held at the RKO Pantages Theater, California, USA on 6 April 1959 the film won a further eight Oscars.
4470Most Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race Line Honours victories by a yachtMorna/Kurrewa IV7 timesAustralia, Hobart01 January 1960The most Line Honours victories in the Hobart to Sydney Yacht race, held every year since 1945, by a single yacht is seven by Morna/Kurrewa IV (Morna was later renamed Kurrewa IV), in 1946-48, 1954, 1956-57 and 1960.

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