Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
4561Largest gathering of people dressed as Wally/WaldoStreet Performance World Championship3872 peopleIreland, Dublin19 June 2011The largest gathering of people dressed as Wally/Waldo is 3,872 and was achieved at the Street Performance World Championship in Dublin, Ireland, on 19 June 2011.Proceeds from outfits sold were donated to Africa Aware. Video available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chnui_Jqxb8
4562Longest UTV ramp jumpBennie Martinez32.53 metre(s)United States, Albuquerque26 June 2014The longest UTV ramp jump measures 32.53 m (106 ft 8.64 in) and was achieved by Bennie Martinez (USA) at Southwest Landfill, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, on 26 June 2014.
4563Largest silicon detectorCMS2 Silicon Stop Tracking Detector205 square metre(s)Switzerland, 01 January 2008The CMS2 Silicon Stop Tracking Detector is designed to track the three dimensional positions of particles produced in collisions inside the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment, within the Large Hadron Collider. This array has a total surface area of 205 m2, roughly the size of a tennis court.
4564Largest reinforced concrete cement flat roof spanN. M. Roof Designers LtdIndia, Jaipur23 July 2009The Satsang Hall within the Govind Devji´s Temple, Jaipur, India, has a reinforced concrete cement flat roof with a single span of 36.27 metres (119 ft). It was designed and constructed by N. M. Roof Designers Ltd, and the hall was dedicated to the public on 23 July 2009.The hall stands on 8 columns at the periphery.
4565Largest gathering of people dressed as nunsNunday Listowel1436 peopleIreland, Listowel30 June 2012The largest gathering of people dressed as nuns was 1,436 and was achieved by Nunday Listowel (Ireland) in Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland, on 30 June 2012.The attempt was organised to raise funds for Pieta House.
4566Largest history lessonChildren's Education Foundation of Orange CountyUnited States, Anaheim,,Angel Stadium, home of the Anaheim Angels baseball team.08 November 2011The largest history lesson was attended by 14,257 third grade school children from Orange County, California (USA) at Angel Stadium, in California, USA on 8 November 2011.The educational program, named the Gift of History, taught students about the deep history of Orange County. The lesson even included presentations from Caroline Sunshine, elected officials and local education leaders, Jose Mota, commentator for the Anaheim Angels baseball team.
4567Largest scuba diving lesson, Indonesian Navy2465 peopleIndonesia, 16 August 2009The largest scuba diving lesson was attended by 2,465 people and was achieved in Malalayang beach, Manado, Indonesia, during an event organised by the Indonesian Navy, on 16 August 2009.Some basic scuba diving techniques like the mask recovery were performed during the scuba diving lesson at a depth of about 10-15 meters.
4568Highest flow rate from a vertical gas wellInterOil CorporationPapua New Guinea, Wabo01 December 2009The highest flow rate from a vertical gas well is 705 MMcfd (Million cubic feet per day) for the Antelope 2 natural gas well owned by InterOil Corporation (Canada). It was measured at the Antelope 2 gas well in Papua New Guinea, on 1 December 2009.
4569Most people to sing to a karaoke videogameLips: Canta En Español (Microsoft, 2009)10490 peopleSpain, Madrid,Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid11 December 2009The most people singing along to a karaoke video game is 10,490, achieved by the crowd at Los Premios 40 Principales, Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid, in Madrid, Spain, on 11 December 2009.Adjudicated by Gaz Deaves for inclusion in GWR Gamer's Edition 2011.
4570Longest mastodon tuskAristotle University of Thessaloniki and the School of Geology, Prefecture of GrevenaGreece28 July 2007The longest mastodon tusk measures 5.02 m (16 ft 6 in) and was excavated from 17 to 28 July 2007, at a dig in Milia, Grevena, Greece, supervised by associate professor Evangelia Tsoukala, Dick Mol, research associate at the Natural History Museum of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and a paleontological team from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the School of Geology.This tusk beats the previous record of a 4.39 m (14 ft 5 in) tusk excavated in 1997, also by associate professor Tsoukala. The tusks were dedicated to the prefecture of Grevena and the Natural History Museum in Milia, Greece, where they are displayed.
4571First spacecraft to land on wheelsColumbiafirst, 01 January 1981Before the shuttle program began in 1981 with the first launch of Columbia, manned space flights had always landed by parachute. This happened on land, in the case of the Soviet manned flights, and in the ocean for the American space programme. Designed to be reused, the space shuttle orbiters land like a glider, completely unpowered, on a runway.
4572Largest charity walk/runIglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ)175509 peoplePhilippines, Manila,,Quirino Grandstand15 February 2014The largest charity walk consists of 175,509 people and was achieved by Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ), at Quirino Grandstand, Manila, Philippines, on 15 February 2014.The charity walk was organised to raise money for victims of Typhoon Yolanda.(Image via Reuters)
4573Longest stay in the Dutch Top 100 ChartsB-YentlNetherlands, Eindhoven27 February 2010The longest stay on the Dutch Top 100 Charts lasted 66 weeks, and was achieved by B-Yentl, a.k.a. Marjorie Lammerts (Netherlands) with her single 'No One But You' which entered the charts on 22 November 2008 and was still in position as of 27 February 2010.The former holder was a comedy record by the dutch cartoon character Kabouter Plop, who is a gnome.
4574First proven rogue waveUnknown, North Sea01 January 1995Rogue or freak waves are waves with abnormal height compared to other waves and were long believed to be legendary. On 1 January 1995 the first confirmed measurement of this phenomenon occurred as a massive wave with a maximum height of 25.6 m (84 ft) struck the Draupner platform in the North Sea.
4575Deepest observed volcanic eruptionUnknown, Pacific Ocean near Samoa18 December 2009On 18 December 2009 US scientists announced they had filmed a volcanic eruption more than 1,200 m (3,900 ft) deep in the Pacific Ocean near Samoa. The footage, captured in May 2009 by a robotic submersible, shows molten lava erupting from the West Mata volcano, one of the most active submarine volcanoes in the world.
4576Longest marathon burlesque performance- relay
4577Most people recording commentary for a Blu-ray DVD extra
4578Largest chest measurement (male)Robert Earl Hughes315 centimetre(s)United States, -Robert Earl Hughes (USA) (1926-58) had a chest measurement of 315 cm (124 in).
4579Youngest person to score 200 career points in an NHL ice hockeySidney CrosbyUnited States02 March 2007At 19 years 207 days, Sidney Crosby (b. 7 August 1987, Canada) of the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) became the youngest National Hockey League (NHL) player to reach 200 career points with a goal in the first period of a game against the Carolina Hurricanes (USA) on 2 March 2007.
4580Longest point scoring streak in NHL ice hockey by a rookiePaul StastnyUnited States17 March 2007The National Hockey League (NHL) record for longest point-scoring streak by a rookie is 20 consecutive games by Paul Stastny (Canada) of the Colorado Avalanche (USA). He had 11 goals and 18 assists during the streak which began 3 February and ended 17 March 2007.
4581Most people riding a skateboardWeezer22 peopleUnited States, Los Angeles21 August 2008The most people riding on a skateboard is 22 during the filming of the music video "Troublemaker" by the band Weezer in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 21 August 2008.
4582Most pizzas made in one hour (team)Domino's PizzaAustralia, Bundaberg21 January 2012The most pizzas made in one hour by a team is 837 and was achieved by staff from Domino’s Pizza Australia and New Zealand at the Domino's Pizza store in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia on 21 January 2012.All pizzas were made for orders taken during a weekend of super-low prices. All pizzas were sold for $3.95 and over $5000 was raised for charity. All pizzas were 12-inches in diameter and came directly from the usual Domino’s menu. The count was done by Chris Sheedy as pizzas came out of the oven and were packed into boxes. “Re-makes”, or pizzas that were not acceptable quality and therefore had to be sent back to be re-made, were not counted towards the final total
4583Most consecutive professional ice hockey wins (team)Cardiff Devils21 timesUnited Kingdom, Cardiff15 January 2011The most consecutive professional ice hockey wins by a team is 21 by the Cardiff Devils (UK) in the Elite Ice Hockey League (UK) from 31 October 2010 to 15 January 2011. The Devils outscored opponents by a combined score of 111-38 during their perfect run.The Elite Ice Hockey League is the highest level of competition in the UK. It consists of 10 teams in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. The Devils technically won 22 consecutive matches, but one of the victories was in a cup competition and for the purposes of this record, only matches won in league play are eligible.
4584Longest bout of inactivity spent in homeEastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus)North America01 January 2011The wild animal that spends the longest time in an inactive state inside its home is the eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus) of North America. During times of food scarcity, it will retreat inside its underground burrow and live off its stores of nuts there for up to a year at a time.
4585Longest cobwebsDarwin’s bark spider (Caerostris darwini)Madagascar01 January 2011The world’s longest cobwebs, spanning up to 25 m (82 ft), are woven by a newly-discovered species of Madagascan spider known as Darwin’s bark spider (Caerostris darwini). It weaves them over flowing rivers by a mechanism as yet undocumented, so that they stretch from one bank to the opposite bank.
4586Most consecutive free throws in an NBA postseason gameDirk NowitzkiUnited States, DallasThe most consecutive free throws made in an NBA postseason game by an individual was 24 by Dirk Nowitzki (Germany) of the Dallas Mavericks in a Game 1 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2011 NBA Western Conference finals. Nowitzki also made 12 of 15 field goals for a total of 48 points and only three missed shots.The Mavericks would proceed to defeat the Thunder 4 games to 1 to advance to the franchise's second-ever NBA Finals.
4587Most comic book characters on a single issue coverMarvel EntertainmentUnited States09 April 2014The most comic book characters on a single issue cover is 224, and was achieved by Marvel Entertainment (USA) in celebration of Deadpool’s wedding ceremony for Marvel Comics’ Deadpool #27 by artists Scott Koblish and Val Staples, released on 9 April 2014.Read more: Marvel's Deadpool wedding issue makes comic book history
4588Largest automobile producer (country)ChinaChina01 January 2013The world’s largest producer of automobiles is China, which in 2013 manufactured more than 20 million vehicles out of a world total of 86 million. This is the biggest year on record according to data from the International Organisation of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA). North America was second, with 11 million vehicles produced. Japan was third, with a total of 9.5 million.
4589Largest umbrella danceTottori city1,688 participantsJapan, Tottori14 August 2014The largest umbrella dance consists of 1,688 participants and was achieved at an event organised by Tottori city (Japan) in Tottori, Tottori, Japan, on 14 August 2014.The attempt took place as part of the Tottori's 50th Shan-Shan Matsuri Festival. The Shan-Shan Matsuri Festival is held annually and its main highlight is the dance parade that passes through the streets of the city, and where local citizens perform the traditional dance moves using umbrellas.
4590Longest single line of dancersExecutive Committee of Takarazuka 10,000 People Line DancingpeopleJapan, Takarazuka01 November 2014The longest single line of dancers consists of 4,395 people and was achieved by Executive Committee of Takarazuka 10,000 People Line Dancing (Japan) at Mukogawa River, in Takarazuka, Hyogo, Japan, on 1 November 2014.

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