Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

4531Largest gathering of people dressed as cartoon charactersMuckno Mania Festival905 peopleIreland, castleblayney16 July 2010The largest gathering of people dressed as cartoon characters was achieved by 905 participants dressed as characters from the Flintstones in an event organised by Muckno Mania Festival (Ireland), in Co Monaghan, Ireland, on 16 July 2010.The record attempt was part of the 2010 Muckno Mania Festival.
4532Youngest average age for a football (soccer) Champions League teamArsenal FCGreece, Athens09 December 2009The youngest average age for a Champions League team is 20.90 years and was achieved by Arsenal FC (England) in their Champions League first round match versus Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece) at Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, Athens, Greece, on 9 December 2009. Arsenal lost the game 1-0 to the Greek Champions but had already qualified for the second phase of the competition hence manager Arsene Wenger's decision to field so many young players. The team in full and their age on the day of the game was: Lukas Fabianski 24, Kerrea Gilbert 22, Kyle Bartley 18, Mikael Sivestre 32, Thomas Cruise 18, Aaron Ramsey 18, Alex Song 22, Fran Merida 19, Jack Wilshere 17, Theo Walcott 20, Carlos Vela 20. The previous youngest team was Ajax who fielded a team exactly 6 years before Arsenal with an average age of 21.54 years old. Their team was Lobont 25, Grygera 23, Heitinga 20, Escude 24, Maxwell 22, De Jong 19, Sneijder 19, Van de Vaart 20, Sonck 25, Ibrahimovic 22, Mitea 18.
4533First row across the Indian Ocean by a team of four (female)Sarah Duff, Fiona Waller, Joanna Jackson, Elin Haf DaviesfirstNot Applicable, 06 July 2009The first row across the Indian Ocean by a female team of four was completed by the Ocean Angels: Sarah Duff, Fiona Waller, Joanna Jackson and Elin Haf Davis (all UK) who completed the journey between 19 April and 6 July 2009 aboard the Pura Vida.The Ocean Angels also hold the record for the fastest row across the Indian Ocean.
4534First game to allow simultaneous four player controlGauntlet (Atari, 1985)first, 01 January 1985Launched in arcades in 1985, the first game to allow simultaneous fourplayer action was fantasy-themed Gauntlet. The game featured four sets of inputs, allowing cooperation through a number of unique play mechanics. It went on to have a huge influence on the arcades, with many of the big titles that followed also shipping in four-player cabinets.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
4535Most entries in a handheld point n' click game seriesAce Attorney (Capcom, 2001 to present)JapanWith five commercially released games for Nintendo DS and three Japan-only Game Boy Advance titles, the Ace Attorney franchise boasts more entries than any other handheld point n click adventure game series. However, the hugely successful Professor Layton series appears to be a likely contender for this record in the near future, with four releases over the last three years.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
4536Fastest amphibious carUnknown96 kilometre(s) per hour, 01 January 2010With an engine based on the LS Corvette power train, the WaterCar Python is the fastest amphibious vehicle in the world. It has a top speed of 96 km (60 mph 52 knots) on water and can perform a 0?60 mph acceleration in 4.5 seconds on land. The Python is hand-built to order prices start from $200,000 (£123,000).
4537Largest resistance band demonstration / classGuy Leech Fitness649 participantsAustralia, SydneyThe largest resistance band demonstration/class consisted of 649 participants and was achieved by Guy Leech Fitness (Australia) at Manly Beach in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 4 May 2013.
4538First public demonstration of a steerable lighter-than-air craftHenri GiffardfirstFrance, 24 September 1852On 24 September 1852, engineer Henri Giffard (France) demonstrated the world's first steerable lighter-than-air craft. He managed to travel from Paris to Trappes in his hydrogen-filled dirigible which he controlled with the aid of a tiny steam engine that was capable of driving the craft along at 3 mph.
4539Fastest Isle of Man TT Superbike TT raceMichael Dunlop1/45/29.98 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Douglas02 June 2013The fastest time recorded by a rider in an Isle of Man TT Superbike race (6 laps) is 1 hour 45 minutes 29.98 seconds by Michael Dunlop (UK) on a 1000 cc TT Legends Honda in Douglas, Isle of Man, UK, on 2 June 2013.
4540Largest Sevillanas dancePascual Gonzalez y Cantores de Hispalis1556 peopleSpain, CÓRDOBAThe largest Sevillanas dance was achieved by 1,556 participants in an event organized by Pascual Gonzalez y Cantores de Hispalis in Córdoba, Spain, on 21 May 2012.
4541Most official tournaments held on one arcade game seriesSEGA CorporationJapan, Tokyo30 November 2007With 110,240 officially sanctioned competitions held in Japan between May 2003 and July 2009, Mushiking: King of the Beetles holds the record for the most official tournaments held. Mushiking is a combination of an arcade game and a collectible card game developed by SEGA.Mushiking is a collectable card arcade game, where players use barcoded cards to conduct battles between in-machine these cards are given out every time you play.
4542First professional franchise to lose 10,000 matchesThe Philadelphia PhilliesfirstNot Applicable, Philadelphia15 July 2007The Philadelphia Phillies (USA) became the first professional sports franchise ever to lose 10,000 games, dropping a 10-2 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals (USA) on 15 July 2007. The franchise has a long history of losing, having played – and lost – its first game in May 1883. The Phillies have won only one World Series (1980) in 125 years.
4543First person to score on a penalty shot in Stanley Cup finalsChris ProngerfirstCanada, 05 June 2006The first player to score on a penalty shot in the Stanley Cup finals is Chris Pronger (Canada) of the Edmonton Oilers (Canada), beating goaltender Cam Ward (Canada) of the Carolina Hurricanes (USA) in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals on 5 June 2006. It was the ninth penalty shot attempt in Stanley Cup finals history.
4544Most spins of skateboards under each foot (two-board 360's)Kevin HarrisCanada, Vancouver28 August 1979The record for the most two-board 360's, that is, the most consecutive spins of a skateboard under each foot simultaneously, is a combined total of 1,032 spins, achieved by Kevin Harris (Canada) at the 1979 Canadian Skateboard Championships in the Pacific Northwest Exhibition, Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, on 28 August 1979.Kevin took 15 minutes to complete the spins. Tape was placed on each nose of the skateboard to assist with the counting of revolutions.
4545Quantum communication distance recordScientists at University of PaduaNot Applicable, University of Padua01 March 2008In March 2008 scientists announced they had detected and identified single photons of light bounced off an orbiting satellite some 1,485 km above the Earth. This achievement is a critical step to establishing a space-based quantum communications channel - the holy grail of absolutely secure and uninterceptable digital communications
4546Smallest object filmed in motionUnknownfirstNot Applicable, 01 February 2008In February 2008, Swedish scientists announced they had captured footage of an electron riding a wave of light shortly after being pulledaway from an atom. Due to the high velocities of electrons as they orbit an atom in around 150 attoseconds, the team had to develop and use attosecond pulses of laser light in a form of 'flash photography'
4547Fastest group of Maasai Warriors to complete a marathonMaasai Warriors5/24/47 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London13 April 2008The record for the fastest group of Maasai Warriors to complete a marathon is 5 hr 24 min 47 sec and was achieved by six Maasai Warriors from Tanzania at the Flora London Marathon 2008, in London, UK, on 13 Apr 2008.It was the first time these warriors had left Tanzania. The GWR Team Marathon adjudicated.
4548Most people dancing with hula hoopsChiryu Junior Chamber International652 peopleJapan, Chiryu13 July 2014The most people dancing with hula hoops simultaneously is 652 and was achieved at an event organised by Chiryu Junior Chamber International (Japan) at Chiryu Higashi High School in Chiryu, Aichi, Japan, on 13 July 2014.
4549First videogame to release a speech packWing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathifirst, 01 January 1991In 1991, Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi became the first video game to release a speech pack (Wing Commander II: Speech Accessory Pack).This enabled owners of SoundBlaster sound cards to hear the characters (voiced by professional actors) rather than having to read subtitles.
4550First terabyte hard driveHitachi Deskstar 7k1000first, 01 January 2007The first standard 3.5 inch drive to reach one terabyte in capacity was the Hitachi Deskstar 7k1000, which has a spin rate of 7,100 revolutions per minute. It was launched in 2007.The hard drive, first invented in 1956, has become the standard way of storing large amounts of data on a PC, and is where computer game software is usually kept.
4551First evil MMORPG expansionCity of Villainsfirst, 01 January 2005City of Villains, released in 2005, was a completely new and separate game in which players could create and play as their own supervillains. This marked the first time that a stand-alone MMORPG expansion had been dedicated to playing as the bad guys. The expansion is also notable as City of Heroes subscribers did not have to pay an additional charge to play City of Villains.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
4552First Asian team to win a World eSport Games (WEG) Masters titlewNv-GamingfirstChina, 01 January 2006wNv-Gaming (China) was the first Asian team to reach the No.1 spot in the GotFrag rankings in May 2006. They went on to become the first Asian team to win a World eSport Games (WEG) Masters title in 2006.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
4553First FPS to support more than 100 online playersJoint Operations: Typhoon Risingfirst, 01 June 2004In June 2004, Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising, an online FPS game set in the near future and featuring a coalition of armies fighting against separatist forces in Indonesia, was the first FPS to allow for 150 players in a single game map in June 2004.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
4554First cyberpunk videogameCyborgfirst, 01 January 1982Cyborg, the first cyberpunk game, was a 1982 text-only adventure in which the player had to find an energy source after merging with a life draining artificial intelligence. This particular brand of sci-fi featuring body modifications and augmentation would go on to inspire games such as Syndicate, Shadowrun, I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Bioforge and the classic Deus Ex by Warren Spector in 2000.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
4555First action-strategy football videogamePlayer Manager01 January 1990The earliest game to allow players to simultaneously play as both a manager and a player was Player Manager, released in 1990. The action section of the game used the Kick Off engine, while the playing/management formula would go on to influence playing modes like Master League in the Pro Evolution Soccer series.
4556First lawsuit in Second LifeMarc Bragg vs. Linden Labsfirst, The earliest lawsuit in Second Life occurred in May 2006 when Second Life player Marc Bragg filed a lawsuit against Linden Labs. His complaint was over Lab’s expulsion of his character after they discovered him using a loophole that allowed him to buy in-game property before other users could bid. The case was settled confidentially with Linden Labs in October 2007.
4557First Guinness World Record in a Massive Multiplayer Online Role Player GameMacmillan Cancer Support, Second Life (Linden Lab, 2003)2007/09/28 year(s), month(s), day(s), 28 September 2007The earliest Guinness World Record in a MMORPG was for the World's Biggest Coffee Morning, which is an annual fund-raising event for Macmillan Cancer Support. On 28 September 2007, residents of Second Life joined in the coffee morning, which also saw the opening of the Second Life Macmillan cancer information centre within the virtual world.
4558Fastest maximum operating speed for a trainUnknown350 kilometre(s) per hourChinaOn the 114 km long (70.84 mile) Beijing-Tianjin Intercity Rail line in China, trains run at a maximum operating speed (MOS) of 350 km/h (217.48 mph). Tests have shown an unmodified capability of 394 km/h (244.82 mph) but the speed has been limited for safety reasons.
4559Largest march against illegal drugsPAGCOR Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation332963 peoplePhilippines, Manila21 March 2009The largest march against illegal drugs, the 'Grand BIDA March' included 332,963 people and was organised py PAGCOR (Philippines), in Manila, Philippines, on 21 March 2009.A barcode system and an on site registration method were used to count the participants. The organisers estimate a total non official number of 600,000 people.
4560Oldest living people to share a birthdayHenry Allingham, George Francis1896/6/6 year(s), month(s), day(s)USAHenry Allingham, Britain's oldest man and George Francis, America's oldest man were both born on 6 June 1896. The oldest ever people to share a birthday were Camille Loiseau (France) and Toyo Endo (Japan), both of whom were born on 13 February 1892 Toyo died first, just 40 days shy of 113.

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