Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
5221Youngest licensed stockbrokerEmilio LamarUnited States, San Francisco26 July 2012The youngest licensed stockbroker is Emilio Lamar (USA), who passed the stockbroker exam (Series 7) approved by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), in San Francisco, California, USA, on 26 July 2012, aged 17 years and 202 days.Emilio Lamar was born on 6 January 1995.
5222Longest manual (wheelie) on a skateboardJeffrey Nolan217.1 metre(s)Canada, Brockville,,North Augusta Road13 June 2012The longest skateboard manual measures 217.1 m (712.27 ft) and was achieved by Jeffrey Nolan (Canada) on North Augusta Road, Brockville, Ontario, Canada, on 13 June 2012.
5223Longest cigarJose Castelar CuetoCuba, HavanaThe longest cigar measured 81.80 m (268 ft 4 in) and was made by Jose Castelar Cueto (Cuba) at the La Triada shop at Parque Morro-Cabaña in Havanna, Cuba, on 3 May 2011.Cueto started to make the cigar on 25 April 2011, but only finished in the evening of 2 May. The cigar was officially measured on the following day.
5224Largest wind generatorUnknownGermany, Emden01 November 2007The largest wind turbine is the Enercon E-126, which has a hub height of 135 m (443 ft) and a rotor diameter of 127 m (416 ft). Its capacity is rated at 6 MW, (or 20 million kilowatt hours each year) - enough to fuel 5,000 households of four in Europe! The wind generator was manufactured by Enercon GmbH (Germany) and installed on the Rysumer Nacken in Emden, Germany, and began operation in November 2007.
5225Least expensive feature filmJean-Francois Leduc378.82 US dollar(s)Canada, 23 September 2000The total cost of production for the Canadian film Die Alive, produced and directed by Jean-François Leduc was CAN$563.62 (then US$378.82 / £259.91) filmed between 2- 23 September 2000. It premiered on 26 July 2001 at the Fantasi Film Festival, Montreal, Canada.
5226Largest painting on groundMinistry of Youth and Sports Turkey11965.7 square metre(s)Turkey, IstanbulThe largest painting on ground measures 11,965.7 m² (128,797.72 ft²) and was achieved by the Ministry of Youth and Sports (Turkey) in Istanbul, Turkey, on 17 May 2013.The painting was created to celebrate the public holiday of Youth and Sports in Turkey. 300 students used 2.5 metric tons (5,511.56 lb) of grey and yellow paint to create the picture of the famous Bosphorus bridge and an athlete high jumping.
5227Largest food drive in 24 hours - single locationThe North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Food Drive254493 kilogram(s)United States, Durham05 March 2011The largest food drive by a non-charitable organization in 24 hours was set by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Food Drive who collected 254,493 kg (559,885 lb) of food in Durham, North Carolina, USA, on 5 March 2011.The food was collected over a 18 hour period.
5228Most vertical feet skied downhill in 24 hours (male)Matthias SteinmayrItaly, Olang,,Kronplatz15 January 2011The most vertical feet skied downhill in 24 hours by a male is 107,822.73 m (340,462ft 1 in) and was achieved by Steinmayr Matthias (Italy) in Olang – Kronplatz, Südtirol, Italy, on 14-15 January 2011.
5229Most basketball forward flip slam dunks in 30 secondsThe Extreme TeamUnited States, New York12 September 2011The most basketball forward flip slam dunks in 30 seconds is 18 flips and was achieved by Mark Odgers, Tyler Terrell, Matthew Griff, Nathan Felt and Justin Leavitt (all USA), known as 'The Extreme Team', on the set of Live! with Regis and Kelly in New York, New York, USA, on 12 September 2011. Stuart Claxton adjudicated.
5230Most pinky squeaks on a BMXAndreas LindqvistSweden, Stockholm30 November 2001Andreas Lindqvist (Sweden) completed 98 continuous rotations of his 50.8 cm (20 in) freestyle BMX bike whilst balancing on just the front wheel on 30 October 2001
5231Largest meat stewGrzegorz Cielecki4087.62 kilogram(s)Poland, Chorzów09 September 2012The largest meat stew weighed 4,087.62 kg (9,011 lb 11 oz) and was made by BeefMaster Chef Grzegorz Cielecki (Poland) in Chorzów, Poland, on 9 September 2012.
5232Longest running TV cookery showHasta La Cocina1960/12/1 year(s), month(s), day(s)Mexico, Guadalajara01 February 2003The world's longest running TV cookery show is Channel 4's Hasta La Cocina (Mexico) which has been broadcast each weekday since 1 December 1960. It has been presented continually by Mrs Zarate (Mexico) and is owned by Televisa Guadalajara Co., Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.The show was originally a 30-minute programme called Cocina Al Minuto (Cooking in a Minute) which lasted until the name was changed (as was the production company), to Cocine Mejor (Cook Better) in January 1964. Again, on 1 October 1984 the name was changed once more to the current one, Hasta La Cocina (Up to the Kitchen), but the format has remained the same throughout, even reverting back to the 30 minute episodes after a few years of 45-minute and 1 hour long shows. Mrs Eva Vicenta Uranga Roig Vda. de Zarate (known as 'Mrs Zarate') has explained almost 64,000 receipies throughout her career as a TV cookery show host and has completed a total of 6,610 hours of TV work as of February 2003.As of 1 December 2006 the show is still running.
5233Longest interval between birth of quadrupletsSeah Siew Hwee, Jackie IversonCanada, Saskatoon23 September 2004Jackie Iverson (Canada) of Saskatoon, Canada gave birth normally to a boy Christopher, on 21 November 1993, a girl Alexandra, on 29 November 1993 and was delivered of another boy and girl, Matthew and Sarah, (by Caesarean) on 30 November 1993, nine days later. Seah Siew Hwee (Singapore), gave birth to her first quadruplet (a boy) on 14 September 2004 at 9.43 pm. The remaining three quadruplets (all girls) were delivered by Caesarean section on 23 September2004 between 11.34 and 11.36 pm, nine days 1 hr 53 mins later.
5234Largest floating Christmas treeBradesco Seguros e PrevidênciaBrazil, Rio De Janeiro01 December 2007The largest floating Christmas tree measures 85 m (278 ft 10 in) in height and was erected as an annual tradition in Rodrigo De Freitas Lagoon in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil for Christmas 2007. The tree was sponsored by Bradesco Seguros e Previdência.2.8 million micro lamps & 37 km (22.99 miles) luminous hose were used on the tree.
5235Most people dot to dot drawing simultaneously - multiple venueBig Draw 20027080 peopleUnited Kingdom, 19 October 2002Sponsored by the Campaign for Drawing, the record for most people completing the same dot-to-dot drawing simultaneously is 7,080 at 12 noon in 160 venues throughout the UK, on 19 October 2002 as part of Big Draw 2002.
5236Longest churroLuis Caro77/30 metre(s)Canada, Edmonton06 August 2000The longest churro was made by Luis Caro and family as part of the Heritage Days Festival, Edmonton, Canada on 6 August 2000. The pastry measured 77 m (252.62 ft) in length and 30 kg (66.13 lb) in weight.A churro is a long, thin vanilla flavoured pastry which is dusted with icing sugar. The uncooked dough was placed into a vat which contained 120 litres of oil. The total cost of the churro was $7000.00 CAN.
5237Longest jump backwards from standingJan HempelGermanyThe record for the longest backwards jump from a standing position is 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) by Jan Hempel (Germany) in Munich, Germany for Guinness - Die Show Der Rekorde on 22 February 2002.
5238Largest collection of nativity setsAndrea AndrighettiItaly, Feltre01 January 2009The largest collection of nativity sets consisted of 1,802 different pieces as of 14 March 2009. All are housed in the Museo dei Sogni e Della Memoria in Feltre, Italy.
5239Largest ropedeok-eun kimKorea (South), Uiryeonggun22 April 2005A rope measuring 251 m (823 ft) long, with a diameter of 2.2 m (7 ft 2 in), was made from rice straw and was used for tug of war by citizens of Uiryeonggun, South Korea during the Righteous Army Festival on 22 April 2005. Weighing 54,500 kg (120,150 lb), it is the largest rope made from natural materials.
5240Heaviest birthAnna Haining Bates, born Anna Haining Swan, Carmelina FedeleUnited States19 January 1879Giantess Anna Bates (née Swan) (Canada, b. 6 August 1846 d. 5 August 1888), who measured 241.3 cm (7 ft 11 in), gave birth to a boy weighing 9.98 kg (22 lb) and measuring 71.12 cm (28 in) at her home in Seville, Ohio, USA, on 19 January 1879. The baby, who was not officially named but just referred to as "Babe", died 11 hours later.The heaviest baby born to a healthy mother was a boy weighing 10.2 kg (22 lb 8 oz) who was born to Sig. Carmelina Fedele (Italy) at Aversa, Italy in September 1955.
5241Most balls juggledAlex BarronUnited Kingdom, London03 April 2012The most balls juggled is 11 and was achieved by Alex Barron (UK), who managed 23 consecutive catches in what is known as a "qualifying” juggling run. This feat was achieved at Roehampton Squash Club, London, UK, on 3 April 2012.Alex, 18 years old at the time of the attempt, spent 2 years practising this feat-a record which had not been broken for 16 years. On the day in question, he spent 4 and a half hours in a squash court in his Easter holidays trying to reach his target. He was getting tired when he kept managing 7 runs of 21 catches when, finally, he achieved this number!Alex also jointly holds the record for Most balls flashed by a juggler, although for his attempt he used beanbags, achieving one throw better than a twelve-ball flash, making a 13 bag flash.
5242Largest pinhole camera photographThe Legacy ProjectUnited States, El Toro01 June 2006The largest pinhole camera was created from an airplane hanger measuring 13.71 x 48.76 x 24.38 m (45 x 160 x 80 ft). The camera produced a photograph on canvas measuring 9.62 X 33.83 m (31ft 7 in x 111 ft).The attempt was organised by The Legacy Project at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, CA, USA, in June 2006.The exposure time was 35 mines.Aperture – 6mm
5243Largest cocktailNick Nicora39746.82 litre(s)United States, Sacramento13 July 2012The largest cocktail is 39,746.82 litres (8,743 UK gal 10,499 US gal) and was achieved by Nick Nicora (USA), in Sacramento, California, USA, on 13 July 2012.The cocktail was a margarita and it was made in a large cocktail shaker.
5244Highest bungee jump, tandemGrant Denyer, AJ HackettAustralia, Bondi Beach11 November 2005Grant Denyer (Australia) and AJ Hackett (New Zealand) bungee jumped from a helicopter hovering at 300 m (984 ft) above the water near Bondi Beach, NSW, Australia, on 11 November 2005. The cord stretched to 250 m (820 ft) during the attempt.I can confirm to you that the length of the bungy cord from end to end un-stretched was 60.5 meters and 33 ply. When fully stretched the bungy cord was 250m long. This is the measurement from the top of the bungy cord to the bottom, and does not include jumpers or additional attachments - just the stretch of the cord. The cord was made in Cairns on the Esplanade in front of tourists, and two of our staff including our General Manager. We have video footage of the cord being made if you so require it.
5245Farthest milk squirting distanceIlker Yilmaz279.5 centimetre(s)Turkey, Istanbul01 September 2004Ilker Yilmaz (Turkey) squirted milk from his eye a distance of279.5 cm (9 ft 2 in) at the Armada Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey on 1September 2004.
5246Tallest rideable motorcycleFabio ReggianiItaly, Reggio Emilia24 March 2012The tallest rideable motorcycle measures 5.10 m (16 ft 8.78 in) tall from the ground to the top of the handlebars. It was constructed by Fabio Reggiani (Italy), and the motorcycle was ridden over a 100-m course at Montecchio Emilia, Italy, on 24 March 2012.
5247Largest CPR training sessionKlinik für Anästhesiologie, operative Intensivmedizin und Schmerztherapie Münster11840 participantsGermany, Münster17 September 2013The largest CPR training session involved 11,840 participants and was organised by Klinik für Anästhesiologie, operative Intensivmedizin und Schmerztherapie Münster (Germany), in Münster, Germany, on 17 September 2013.Pupils from over 200 schools were invited to take part in this event, organised during 'Resuscitation Week'.
5248Most complex aircraft weapons systemLockheed AC-130U SpookyUnited States01 January 1995The weapons system on the US Air Force AC-130U Spooky gunship is regarded as the most complex in current use. Its mission computer software has over 609,000 lines of code and it employs television, radar and infrared sensors to pinpoint targets in all conditions (including night and bad weather). Equipped with a 105 mm tank-sized cannon, a faster-firing 40 mm cannon and a 25 mm Gatling gun, it can simultaneously lock onto two separate targets up to 1 km (0.6 miles) apart. Such firepower makes the AC-130U devastating in its primary role providing close air support to ground troops. It is also equipped with nine separate countermeasures systems to provide protection against attack.The AC-130U saw widespread use in Afghanistan.The AC-130U is essentially an adapted Lockheed C-130 'Hercules' transport aircraft, which is widely used in airforces throughout the world. An earlier version, the AC-130H entered service in 1972, with the 'Spooky' entering service in 1995. The cost per aircraft was US$190 million in 2001.
5249Largest cereal treatNatalie Knight4678.35 kilogram(s)United States, La Cañada Flintridge14 March 2010The largest cereal treat weighed 4,678.35 kg (10,314 lb) and was achieved by "MEGA BITES" Beyond Productions, Inc. in La Cañada Flintridge, California, USA, on 14 March 2010.Ingredients in order of predominance: Marshmallows: 2,815.94 kg (6,208.08 lb), Rice Krispies®: 1,468.44 kg (3,237.36 lb), Salted butter: 393.97 kg (868.56 lb). Overall dimensions: 3.66 m long x 2.44 m wide x 2.13 m tall (12 ft x 8 ft x 7 ft). Food safety and wholesomeness was assured by the following: All manufacturing was done acording to USDA Good Manufacturing Practice as outlined in 21 CFR Part 110 - Current Good Manufacturing Practice In Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding Human Food. A HACCP plan was developed to ensure any potential hazard was eliminated, and implementation was monitored by a food safety expert. All ingredients utilized came from the channels of commercial comerce and are assured wholesome by the manufacturer. Any food contact surfaces were sanitized prior to contact including the mold which was coated in food grade plastic, cleaned to be free from visible dirt and sanitized directly prior to the food contact. The treat was covered completely when maufacturing was not active. The finished treat had a water activity of below 0.91aw and was stable at ambient temperature for the short time while it was being constructed and distributed.The entire platform and mold were built on top of 6 load cells which tied to a summing correlator, load cells were calibrated and certified by scalefx, scale was zeroed after assembly of the mold and prior to dumping of first batch. The mold was built in the shape of a 12'x8'x8' rectangle with framed 4'x8'x3/4" plywood on sides and back and 4'x8'x3/8" clear framed acrylic on the front. Total of 7 upright sheets of plywood made up the sides & back and 3 upright sheets of clear acrylic made up the front. 2"x4"x8' and 2"x4"x12' studs were used to frame and tie together walls. Free standing scaffold was built around 3 sides to allow for dumping of batches into mold. Stainless steel 12' long tamping poles were used to pack.
5250Most expensive motorcycle in productionUnknown185000 US dollar(s)United States, Franklin01 January 2004The MTT Turbine Superbike, which is powered by a Rolls Royce Allison gas turbine engine, cost $185,000 (£101,000) in 2004, making it the most expensive production motorcycle ever to go on sale. The bike's Rolls Royce turbine engine produces 213 kW (286 hp) of power at the rear wheel.

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