Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

5281Most skateboard axle stalls in one minuteAnnika Vrklan31 timesUnited States, Los Angeles01 August 2010The most backside grinds on a skateboard in one minute is 31 by Annika Vrklan (USA) at X Games 16 in Los Angeles, California, USA on 01 August 2010.
5282Largest pop groupAKB4822000000 peopleJapan, 29 March 2013The all-female theatre-based "idol" collective AKB48 (Japan, 2005-present) consisted of 88 members as of March 2013. The all-singing, all-dancing group, which can boast career sales in excess of 22 million singles and albums, is divided into four teams: Team A, Team K, Team B and "kenkyūsei" ("trainees"). Membership is based on auditions and the girls – aged between 13 and the mid-20s – “graduate” when they get older, to be replaced by new members.
5283Highest trampoline bounce (team)Sean KennedyUnited States, New York08 April 2014The highest trampoline bounce by a team is 6.73 m (22 ft 1 in) and was achieved by jumper Sean Kennedy and propellers Sean Kennedy and T.J. Kennedy (all USA) on the set of NBC’s "Today" in New York, New York, USA on 8 April 2014.
5284Longest yule logAngel MaoChina, Shanghai01 December 2011The longest yule log measured 1,068 m (3,503 ft 11.24 in) long and was created by Pudong Shangri-La Hotel (China) in Shanghai, China, on 1 December 2011.
5285Largest parade of Dacia carsRenault Nissan Srbija d.o.o.Serbia, BelgradeThe largest parade of Dacia cars consisted of 258 cars and was organized by Renault Nissan Srbija d.o.o. (Serbia) in Subotiste, Serbia, on 28 May 2011.The motto of the event was "Let's Break the Record Together"
5286Largest collection of hard-disk drivesStefan SpringerGermany, Nürtingen,Baden-Württemberg,The claimant's home12 February 2012The largest collection of hard disc drives belongs to Stefan Springer (Germany) and consists of 762 as of 12 February 2012, in Nürtingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.Stefan Springer started his collection in 1992 whilst at school. Including duplicate and defective hard disc drives, the overall collection consists of 1,450 hard disc drives.
5287Longest flight at hypersonic speedX-51A WaveriderUnited States, Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center Sea RangeOn 26 May 2010, an X-51A Waverider successfully flew the longest, supersonic, combustion ramjet powered, hypersonic flight off the southern California Pacific coast. Launched from a USAF B-52 Stratofortress bomber and flying at 50,000 feet over the Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center Sea Range, USA, the Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne air breathing scramjet motor burned for more than 200 seconds and allowed the Waverider to achieve the longest duration flight at speeds in excess of Mach 5.0. The test was the first use of a practical hydrocarbon fuelled scramjet in flight.
5288Newest electric uniformsIntelligent TextilesfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 2010Intelligent Textiles Ltd (UK), designers of innovative, electrically active fabrics, or "e-textiles", have developed a material that is interwoven with passive electronic circuits, allowing for a degree of interconnectivity with electrical systems. In 2009, to showcase their new technology, the Staines-based ITL incorporated their fabric into an Osprey armour carrier vest and were able to demonstrate significant electrical currents in the range 0.1–4.0 amperes, allowing troops to attach electrical equipment to powerpoints on their uniforms. Because the uniform is powered by a central battery pack attached to the material, the overall weight to be carried is significantly reduced.On the battlefield, soldiers must carry a heavy amount of support equipment as well as their weapons – radios and aerials, detector equipment, handheld computers and night sights are just a few examples - and batteries are needed to power such equipment, adding to the weight that must be carried and thus reducing a soldier’s manoeuvrability. This e-textile, displayed at a conference in London, significantly lightens the soldier's load by allowing electrical equipment to be docked directly into their armour.
5289Heaviest barbell lifted by a pairMatthias Steiner, Almir VelagicGermany, Wiesbaden05 February 2011The heaviest barbell lifted by a pair weighed 333.3 kg (734.8 lb) lifted by Matthias Steiner and Almir Velagic (both Germany) at the "Ball des Sports" event in Wiesbaden, Germany, on 5 February 2011. Each competitor has participated for Germany in the Olympics, with Steiner winning gold in the +105 kg event in 2008.The duo was required to each lift the bar simultaneously above their heads to the point of locking the arms.
5290Most tattooed senior citizen (male)Tom Leppard99.9 percentageUnited Kingdom, 01 January 2002The most tattooed senior citizen is Tom Leppard (UK), aged 74,who has 99.9% of his body covered. Tom, who resides on the Isle ofSkye, opted for a leopard-skin design, with all the skin betweenthe dark spots tattooed saffron yellow.
5291Fastest 4 x 100 metres relay in high heelsBrittney McGlone (The Pinkettes), Jessica Penney (The Pinkettes), Laura Juliff (The Pinkettes), Casey Case (The Pinkettes)1/4.19 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Sydney28 September 2010The fastest time to run a 4 x 100 metres relay is 1 min 4.19 sec and was achieved by The Pinkettes Brittney McGlone, Jessica Penney, Laura Juliff and Casey Case (all Australia) at the Venus Embrace Closest Stiletto Relay event held in Sydney, NSW, Australia, on 28 September 2010.A custom-made 7cm high and 1.5cm wide device was used to measure the heels of each participant. Only heels that were taller and thinner than this were approved for the event. The course was measured by experienced track-and-field judges, who also assisted in the monitoring of baton changes and timing.The event raised over $100,000 for the Breast Cancer Foundation.
5292Largest maskXanthiGreece, Xanthi,,The Athletic Sport Centre 'Filippos Amiridis'05 March 2011The largest mask measures 12.70 m (41 ft 8 in) in height and 8.50 m (27 ft 10.64 in) in width, with a total surface area of 72.29 m² (778 ft² and 17.72 in²). The mask was unveiled in celebration of the 2011 Xanthi Carnival, during the Thracian Folk Festival, in Xanthi, Greece, on 5 March 2011. The character of the mask is 'Karagiozis', a traditional folk figure in Greece. The mask was made by the artist Fotis Stergiou out of 150 pieces of styrofoam which were cut out over approximately 4 weeks and then glued together by the artist and a team of 10 people over 8 days. The underneath of the mask is totally carved out and has holes where the eyes and mouth would be.
5293Most darts bullseyes in ten hours (team)Winnersh British Legion ClubUnited Kingdom, Winnersh09 January 2011The most darts bullseyes in ten hours by a team was 1,505 by Jon Watson, Bill Foot, Matty Wilson, Del Fox, Gary Ellis, Bryan Pidgeon, Sean Kerry, and Bob Anderson (all UK) at the Winnersh British Legion Club in Winnersh, UK, on 9 January 2011. Anderson, the 1988 British Darts Organization world champion, assisted the seven teammates in raising approximately £10,000 ($16,066) for Cancer Research UK and The Royal British Legion.A maximum of 8 team members are allowed for this record and all standard darts rules (height/distance of board, three throws per turn) must be followed.
5294First osmotic power stationUnknownfirstNorway, Oslo01 January 2009In November 2009, a prototype osmotic power station went online on the banks of the Oslo fjord in Norway. It generates power using osmosis, which occurs naturally when two solutions of different concentrations meet each other at a semi-permeable membrane. The pressure difference generated as one liquid passes through the membrane can be converted to electricity. In this prototype power station, the two liquids used are salt water from the sea and fresh water from run-off into the sea. The station’s initial capacity is around 4 kilowatts, enough to heat a large kettle, but scientists hope that this can be increased to 25 megawatts by 2015.
5295Fastest time to remove 12 suction cups from a ballJeremy LynchUnited Kingdom, London,,Harrods fore court in Knightsbridge, London.24 July 2010The fastest time to remove 12 suction cups from a ball is 11.99 seconds and was achieved by Jeremy Lynch (UK) outside the Harrods fore court, Kinghtsbridge, London, UK, on 24 July 2010.This record was organised in conjunction with the luxury department store in Harrods, Knightsbridge and Jeremy Lynch had been asked to attempt this new record as he is also a Britain's Got Talent semi- finalist and professional football freestyler. Jeremy Lynch had three attempts of achieving this record title and as it was the first time it had been achieved, a minimum time of 30 seconds had been put in place. On the third attempt Jeremy managed to achieve the record time of 11.99 seconds whilst removing all 12 suction cups using only his feet.
5296Largest qatayefDANA Bakery, Bethlehm Chamber of Commerce and IndustryPalestinian Territory, Bethlehem27 August 2010The largest qatayef ever made had a net weight of 104.75 kg (230 lb), which was organized by the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce and Industry and cooked by the DANA bakery (Palestine) in Bethlehem, Palestine, on 27th August 2010.A group of 15 people cooked the qatayef over a period of 3 hours. The qatayef had a base of 67.45 kg (148 lb), a filling of 44 kg (96 lb) and a topping of 68 kg (149 lb). The event was organised by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bethlehem, Palestine.
5297Most mounts/dismounts from a moving horse in 30 secondsWei Liu, Utkurov SarvarChina06 January 2014The most mounts/dismounts on a horse in 30 seconds is 16 and was achieved by Liu Wei from the Zhoukou Acrobatic Troupe (China) in the Hangzhou Safari Park, Hangzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China, on 27 November 2010. This was equalled by Utkurov Sarvar (Uzbekistan) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special at Heilan International Equestrian Club, in Jiangsu, China on 6 January 2014.
5298Largest serving of chiles en nogadaEurest proper meals de Mexico SA de CVMexico, Puebla09 September 2010The largest serving of chiles en nogada weighed 360 kg (793 lb), consisted of over 10,000 individual chiles, and was made by Eurest proper meals de Mexico SA de CV (Mexico) in Puebla, Mexico on 9 September 2010.The ingredients included: 230 Kg (507 lb) of ground pork meat, 230 kg (507 lb) of ground beef meat, 402 kg (887 lb) of eggs, 460 litres (121 gal) of milk, 115 kg (253 lb) of cheese and other ingredients.
5299Water slide riding, distance in 24 hours (female)Stephanie Hammers100.48 kilometre(s)Germany, Erding18 November 2010The farthest distance covered on a water slide in 24 hours by a female is 100.48 km (62.44 miles), achieved by Stephanie Hammers (Germany) at Galaxy Erding in Erding, Germany on 17-18 November 2010 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day 2010.The record took place on the longest inner-tube water slide Magic-Eye, which was ascertained on Guinness World Records Day 2010.
5300Grape catching - greatest distance caught (self-thrown)AJ Henderson21.18 metre(s)United States, San Pedro11 July 2013The longest distance for a grape thrown and self caught in the mouth is 21.18 m (69 ft 6 in) and was achieved by AJ Henderson (USA) on the set of 'Guinness World Records Unleashed' in San Pedro, California, USA, on 11 July 2013.
5301Most beer steins carried over 40 metres (female)Anita SchwarzGermany, Mesenich09 November 2008The most beer steins carried over 40 m (131 ft 3 in) by a female is 19 achieved by Anita Schwarz (Germany) in Mesenich, Germany, on 9 November 2008 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.
5302Farthest distance to "walk the dog" with a yo-yoArron SparksUnited Kingdom, Greenhithe,,Bluwater Shopping Centre18 November 2010The farthest distance to walk the dog is 6.85 m (22 ft 5.68 in) achieved by Arron Sparks (UK), at Bluewater Shopping Centre, Greenhithe, United Kingdom, on 18 November 2010 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.
5303Most martial arts throws of the same person in one minuteMikis Kiourtzidis34 timesGreece, Alexandroupolis,Alexandroupolis' municipality indoor gymnasiumThe most martial arts throws of the same person in one minute is 34 and was achieved by Mikis Kiourtzidis who threw Agis Vesexidis under the supervision and direction of the Chief-Director Lt-Col Mr. Konstantinos Karipidis at an event organized by the Greek Koryu Bugei Association, in Alexandroupolis, Greece, on 28 May 2011. This event was organized for the second year in a row by the Greek Koryu Begei Association which is a Martial Arts organization in Greece. Mr Kostas Karipidis is the head of this organization and a previous record holder who coached the new record holder and his assistant for this particular attempt. This record was one of three in total that were achieved on the day.
5304First Olympic Games to pass the 100-, 200- and 300-event barriersLondon Olympics, 1908, Moscow Olympics, 1980, Sydney Olympics, 2000firstUnited Kingdom, London01 January 2008The first modern Olympics, held in Athens in 1896, hosted just 43 events across nine sports, the fewest in Olympic history. However, as interest in the Games spread and more nations began taking part, so the number of sports and individual events grew. London 1908 was the first Games to breach the 100-event barrier, with 110 events across 22 sports, but it would be another 72 years before the 200 mark was passed, with Moscow 1980 hosting 203 events across 21 sports. In 2000, the Sydney Games again took the Olympics to a new level, featuring 300 events across a total of 28 sports. Since 2008, however, baseball and softball have been dropped from the schedule to leave a total of 26 Olympic sports going into London 2012.
5305Largest nusseckeBäcker-Innung Rhein-Mosel-Eifel - Körperschaft des öffentlichen RechtsGermany, Deutsches Eck17 December 2010The largest ‘Nussecke’ weighs 450 kg (992 lb 1.28 oz) and measures 5.57 m (18 ft 3.29 in) x 5.67 m (18 ft 7.23 in) x 9 m (29 ft 6.33 in) x 3.5 cm (1.38 in). It was prepared by 20 bakeries members of the German baker guild Rhein-Mosel-Eifel on 17 December 2010 at Deutsches Eck in Koblenz, Germany.After the measurement the large Nussecke was cut and handed out to the audience in small pieces, with donations going to the charity “Herzenssache”, sponsored by the German state TV and radio station SWR. Nussecke is a traditional German nut and chocolate pastry in the shape of a wedge. 50 pastry chefs participated in producing the Nussecke, which was made with the pastry baked in 76 baking trays (60 cm x 40 cm 1 ft 11.62 x 1 ft 3.75 in), cut into shape and glued together with chocolate glaze. After the Nussecke was glued together its whole surface was covered with whole milk chocolate glaze (20 kg 44 lb 1.44 oz) and minced hazelnuts (12 kg 26 lb 7.36 oz). The sides were covered with dark chocolate glaze. The recipe included, among other ingredients, 121 kg (266 lb 12.16 oz) of wheat flour, 155 kg (341 lb 11.52 oz) of minced hazelnuts, 48 kg (105 lb 13.12 oz) of sugar, 72 kg (158 lb 11.68 oz) butter and 300 eggs. The single baking trays were weighted before they were glued together with chocolate glaze and minced hazelnuts.
5306Most hits of a person with water balloons in one minuteAshrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (USA)Thailand, Phuket,Pank Chang Safari Elephant Park07 February 2014The most hits of a person with water balloons in one minute is 32, achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA), at the Pang Chang Safari Elephant Park, in Phuket, Thailand, on 7 February 2014.
5307First death in orbitLaikafirstNot Applicable, 03 November 1957A dog named Laika (meaning ‘barker’) became the first animal to orbit the Earth when she launched into space aboard the Soviet Sputnik 2 spacecraft on 3 November 1957. However, Sputnik 2 was not designed to return to Earth and the mission was a death sentence for the dog. The capsule was fitted with systems to provide food, water and oxygen, as well as enough room for Laika to stand or lie down. In October 2002, it was revealed that Laika had died just a few hours after launch from stress and overheating. Official reports prior to 2002 had insisted Laika had died from suffocation.
5308First electric helicopterPascal ChretienfirstFrance, Venelles04 August 2011On 4 August 2011, the first authenticated, manned flight of a helicopter powered by an electric motor took place at Venelles, France. The aircraft was flown by Pascal Chretien (France) and hovered about 50 cm (19 in) above the ground for 2 min 10 sec. The first flight was tethered, but the machine later made its first free flight on 12 August 2011. In July and August 2011, the aircraft flew for a total of 99.5 minutes in 29 flights, some of which extended for 6 minutes.
5309Highest flight by solar-powered spyplane (UAV)ZephyrUnited States, US Army's Yuma Proving Ground23 July 2010On 9 July 2010, Zephyr, a High-Altitude Long-Endurance (HALE) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) was launched at 0641hours and set three new world records. They are currently awaiting ratification by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale and were: The absolute duration record for an Unmanned Air Vehicle of 336 hrs and 22 minutes (14 days and 22 minutes).The duration record for a UAV (in the U/1.c / 50-500Kg category) – time as above The absolute altitude record for a UAV (in the above category) – of 70,740ft (21,561m) The flight took place above the US Army's Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona and the aircraft was landed on the morning of 23 July having achieving all the objectives of the trial.Zephyr is a High-Altitude Long-Endurance (HALE) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) made of ultra-lightweight carbon-fibre. It flies on solar power generated by amorphous silicon arrays covering the aircraft’s wings, no thicker than sheets of paper. It is powered day and night by rechargeable lithium-sulphur batteries that are recharged during the day using solar power.
5310Largest vehicle to dock with ISSSpace shuttle orbitersNot ApplicableThe crews of the ISS are ferried to and from Earth by Russian Soyuz spacecraft and US space shuttles. The space shuttle orbiters are the largest, measuring 37.23 m long by 23.79 m wide and 17.86 m high. While the Soyuz craft remain docked for months at a time, and act as lifeboats, the shuttle only stays docked with the ISS for a matter of days. The longest a shuttle has been docked to ISS was 11 days 20 hours and 36 minutes, by the STS-123 mission of Endeavour, which delivered the Kibo module and the Dextre robot to the ISS.

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