Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
511Most runs scored in a Twenty20 International career (male)Brendon McCullumNot Applicable15 February 2013The most runs in a Twenty20 International career is 1,814 by Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) in 60 matches between 17 February 2005, in a match against Australia at Auckland, New Zealand, and 15 February 2013, in a match against England at Wellington, New Zealand.
512First impact on a cometDeep ImpactOn 4 July 2005 a 350-kg copper ‘bullet’, release from NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft, slammed into the surface of comet Tempel 1 at a velocity of 10.3 km/s. The impact, which was the equivalent of 4.7 tonnes of TNT, created an enormous ejecta plume and a crater on the comet around 100 m wide and 30 m deep.
513First USB prostheticJerry JalavafirstFinland, In May 2008 Finnish computer programmer Jerry Jalava lost part of a finger in a motorcycle accident. He made a 2 gigabyte USB memory stick prosthetic for his finger, allowing him to carry his data around with him constantly. The idea came to him when doctors, having learned of his profession, joked that he should make a ‘finger drive’ for his hand.
514First hat-trick scored in the football (soccer) FIFA World CupBert PatenaudeUruguay, Montevideo17 July 1930The first player to score a hat-trick (three goals in a match) in a FIFA World Cup is Bert Patenaude (USA) playing for the USA in a match against Paraguay at the 1930 World Cup, in Estadio Gran Parque Central, Montevideo, Uruguay, on 17 July 1930. Until 2006, Argentinian Guillermo Stabile was credited with being the first player to hit a hat-trick in a World Cup match having scored three times in his country's 6-3 victory over Mexico on 19 July 1930. But research by FIFA indicated that a goal that was initially credited to the USA's Tom Florie in the match against Paraguay should instead be attributed to Patenaude, thus confirming his hat-trick.
515Most mentions of a name during a televised broadcastMichelle Beadle, Colin CowherdUnited States05 October 2009The most mentions of a name during a televised broadcast is 203 mentions of the name 'Brett Favre' by Michelle Beadle and Colin Cowherd (both USA) on the ESPN2 show 'SportsNation' in Bristol, Connecticut, USA, on 5 October 2009.Brett Favre is an NFL quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.
516Most lenses for a cameraYojiro IshinoJapan, Nagoya-city24 November 2009The most lenses on a photographic camera is 158, achieved by Dr. Yoshiro Ishino (Japan) at Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nagoya, Japan and verified on 24 November 2009.The camera is a semicircular frame with lenses along its inside edge.
517Most critically divisive role playing gameTwo Worlds (SouthPeak Interactive, 2007)61 percentageUK, 01 January 2007With an enormous 61% between its best and worst reviews, Two Worlds is the most critically divisive RPG ever. PC Gamer USA called it “a huge, open-ended role-playing world with a ton of depth and a rousing storyline" and awarded it 81%, while UK magazine GamesTM gave the game a less flattering 2 out of 10.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
518Fastest time to undress a male mannequinAmira Mohamad13.09 minute(s), second(s)Kuwait, 02 March 2012The fastest time to undress a male mannequin is 13.09 seconds and was achieved by Amira Mohamad (Jordan) at the Marina mall, Kuwait City, Kuwait, on 2 March 2012.
519Most yards passing in an NFL game by a rookie quarterbackAndrew Luck433 yard(s)Not Applicable, 04 November 2012The NFL record for most passing yards in a game by a first-year quarterback is 433 by Andrew Luck (USA) of the Indianapolis Colts (USA) in a 23-20 win while playing against the Miami Dolphins (USA) on 4 November 2012.
520Longest wait for a videogame based on a movie franchiseFantasia01 January 1991The longest period between the release of a movie-licensed game and the film on which it is based is a staggering 51 years. In 1940, Disney released their classic animation Fantasia (USA). In 1991, over five decades later, Sega released Fantasia for their Mega Drive/Genesis platform.
521Highest margin of victory over an AI opponent in a basketball gameBrian SulpherCanada18 September 2005The highest margin of victory over an Artificial Intelligence opponent was achieved by Brian Sulpher (Canada) who played a 12-minute-per quarter game of the SNES version of Tecmo NBA Basketball (set to the Expert difficulty setting and played on Normal speed), and scored a victory margin of 331 points on 18 September 2005.
522Fastest steam locomotiveLNER 4-6-2 No. 4468 Mallard201 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Essendine03 July 1938The highest speed ever ratified for a steam locomotive is 201 km/h (125 mph), with a brief spell at which the speed reached 126mph, by the London North Eastern Railway 'Class A4' No. 4468 Mallard, which hauled seven coaches weighing 243 tonnes (535,722 lb) down Stoke Bank, near Essendine, between Grantham, Lincolnshire, and Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK, on 3 July 1938.
523Most consecutive seasons with 200 hits in a Major League Baseball careerIchiro SuzukiUnited States01 January 2010Ichiro Suzuki (Japan) has recorded at least 200 hits in a season for a Major League Baseball record 10 consecutive years while playing for the Seattle Mariners (USA) from 2001 to 2010. Ichiro also holds the record for most hits in a season with 262 in 2004.
524Most Tony Awards for Best ActorBoyd Gaines4 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2008Boyd Gaines has won four Tony Awards as an actor. His wins have come for The Heidi Chronicles (Featured Actor in a Play, 1989) She Loves Me (Lead Actor in a Musical, 1994) Contact (Featured Actor in a Musical, 2000) and Gypsy (Featured Actor in a Musical, 2008).
525First animal whose evidence is admissible in courtBloodhoundfirstUnited StatesEssentially a nose with a dog attached, a trained bloodhound is the first animal whose evidence is legally admissible in some US courts. A typical bloodhound's nose is lined with 230 million scent receptors - around 40 times more than the human nose - which are used in court to match scene-of-crime evidence to criminals.Bloodhounds have been used to trail human scent since Roman times.
526Most participants in a car raceJohn LammUnited States, Thunderhill Raceway Park13 September 2014The most participants in a car race was 216 cars at an event organised by John “Jay” Lamm and The 24 Hours of Lemons racing series (USA) at Thunderhills raceway park, California, USA, on the 13-14 September 2014The race was won by the Cerveza Racing Team who completed 180 laps of the 5 mile road course during the 14.5 hour race. The participants of the event raised $5,000 for Alex’s lemonade stand foundation, a worldwide charity working to fight childhood cancer.
527Most people modelling on a catwalkvery.co.uk, Culture Liverpool3651 peopleUnited Kingdom, Liverpool04 July 2015The most people modelling on a catwalk is 3,651 and was achieved by Culture Liverpool in association with very.co.uk (both UK), in Pier Head, Liverpool, UK, on 4 July 2015.The catwalk participants were made up of professional models and members of the public.Read more: Culture Liverpool and Very set most models on a catwalk record in style
528Most pairs performing a cross-armed toast simultaneously1,000 People Toasting with Local Sake Project Executive Committee1,162 pairsJapan, Itoigawa14 March 2015The most pairs performing a cross-armed toast simultaneously is 1,162 pairs and was achieved by 1,000 People Toasting with Local Sake Project Executive Committee (Japan) in Itoigawa, Niigata, Japan, on 14 March 2015. Local residents toasted with local sake and amazake, a nonalcoholic sweet drink made from fermented rice, in celebration for the first day of operation of Hokuriku Shinkansen, a line of high-speed shinkansen railway connecting Tokyo to Kanazawa, Ishikawa, via Nagano.
529Most people crammed in a Mini (Classic model)Danielle Maynard27 peopleUnited Kingdom, Brighton,,Brighton, UKThe most people crammed in a Mini (Classic model) is 27 and was achieved by Dani and the mini-skirts (UK) at the London to Brighton Mini Run in Brighton, UK, on 18 May 2014.
530Most people catching a kendama ballBEAMS Co., Ltd.peopleJapan, Shibuya28 August 2014The most people catching a kendama ball is 568 and was achieved by BEAMS Co., Ltd. (Japan) at Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, on 28 August 2014.
531Most people blowing a chewing gum bubble simultaneouslyChupaChupspeopleSpain, Madrid,,Joy Eslava Nightclub27 September 2014The most people blowing a chewing gum bubble simultaneously is 737 and was achieved by ChupaChups (Spain) at Joy Eslava in Madrid, Spain, on 27 September 2014.
532Most nationalities singing a national/regional anthem simultaneouslyGEMS EducationUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai01 December 2014The most nationalities singing a national anthem simultaneously is 119, and was achieved in an event organised by GEMS Education (UAE), in Dubai, UAE, on 1 December 2014The event was part of UAE 43rd national day celebrations.The nations represented were:AfghanistanAlgeriaAngolaArgentinaAustraliaAustriaBahamasBahrainBangladeshBelarusBelgiumBoliviaBosniaBotswanaBrazilBruneiBulgariaBurkina FasoBurundiCanadaChileChinaColombiaCongo (Rep.)Cote d'IvoireCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDjiboutiDominican RepublicEcuadorEgyptEritreaEstoniaEthiopiaFijiFinlandFranceGeorgiaGermanyGhanaGreeceGuineaHong KongHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqIrelandJamaicaJapanJordanKazakhstanKenyaKosovoLatviaLebanonLibyaLithuaniaLuxembourgMalaysiaMalawiMaldivesMaltaMauritaniaMauritiusMexicoMozambiqueNepalNetherlandsNetherlands AntillesNew ZealandNigeriaNorwayOmanPakistanPalestinePanamaPapua New GuineaPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalQatarRomaniaRussiaRwandaSaudi ArabiaScotlandSERBIASeychellesSierra LeoneSingaporeSomaliaSouth AfricaSpainSri LankaSudanSwedenSwitzerlandSyriaTajikistanTanzaniaThailandTrinidad & TobagoTunisiaTurkeyUAEUKUkraineUSAUzbekistanVenezuelaYemenZambiaZimbabwe
533Most people unwrapping a candy simultaneouslyAbhishek Singh849 peopleUnited Arab Emirates, Sharjah13 February 2015The most people unwrapping a candy simultaneously is 849 and was achieved by MSSL Mideast (UAE) in Sharjah, UAE, on 13 February 2015. The participants are employees of MSSL Mideast.
534Most entries in a two-person pantomime animal raceGreat North GallopUnited Kingdom, Durham31 August 2015The most entries in a two-person pantomime animal race was achieved by 63 teams (126 participants) in an event organized by Great North Gallop (UK) at Newcastle Racecourse in Newcastle, UK, on 31 August 2015.The attempt included a variety of animals including horses, cows, camels and donkeys.
535Most people spinning a basketball simultaneouslyAlexandria Aces Performance Basketball Team132 peopleUnited States, Alexandria27 December 2014The most people spinning a basketball simultaneously is 132 and was achieved by the Alexandria Aces Performance Basketball Team (USA) in Alexandria, Minnesota, USA, on 27 December 2014. Each person had to spin the basketball for at least one minute.
536Most likes on a Facebook itemVin DieselNot Applicable16 September 2015As of 16 September 2014, the most likes on a Facebook item was 7,801,879, as featured on the official page for Vin Diesel, aka Mark Vincent (USA), in response to a photo post he made after the death of his friend Paul Walker on 30 November 2013.
537Largest human image of a bicycleSilloth-on-Solway Community794 peopleUnited Kingdom, Silloth-on-Solway08 September 2015The largest human image of a bicycle consists of 794 people, achieved by Silloth-on-Solway Community (UK) in Silloth-on-Solway, Cumbria, UK, on 8 September 2015. All participants wore white t.shirts so that the bike was a single block of colour.
538Largest convention for a single videogameMinecon 201510,000 peopleUnited Kingdom, London05 June 2015The largest convention for a single videogame is Minecon 2015, which sold 10,000 tickets for the convention at the London ExCel, London, UK, on 4 – 5 July 2015.The 2015 Minecraft convention Minecon 2015, at London ExCeL (UK) on 4–5 July, sold out its full allocation of 10,000 tickets soon after going on sale in March 2015. Its first batch of tickets was reported to have sold out within 12 minutes. It's the largest ever convention dedicated to a single videogame franchise, beating both previous Minecons and the likes of Summer of Sonic and EVE Online's EVE Fanfest, the latter of which recorded 4,000 attendees for the game’s 10th anniversary in 2013.Read more: Blockbusting Minecraft gamers event Minecon recognised with largest single videogame convention record
539Greatest pressure drop measured in a tornadoThe Tulia tornado0.194 bar(s)United States, Tulia21 April 2007On 21 April 2007, a series of tornadoes broke out across Texas, USA. One of these, an EF2, hit a mobile mesonet vehicle that was gathering scientific data in the town of Tulia. The instruments on the vehicle recorded a pressure drop inside the vortex of 194 millibars or 0.194 bars (5.72 inches of mercury).The mobile mesonet vehicle sustained significant damage from the tornado encounter.
540Largest gathering of people with a beehive hairstyleDiscovery Italia261 participantsItaly, Rome19 March 2015The largest gathering of people wearing a beehive hairstyle is 261 and was achieved by Discovery Italia, in Milan, Italy, on 19 March 2015.As many as 48 hair stylists took part in the attempt which started at 6 pm and ended at 10 pm. The record was organised to promote a new reality show.Full story: Discovery Italia goes beehive style with a new Guinness World Records titleDiscovery Italia: Largest gathering of people with a beehive hairstyle from Guinness World Records on Vimeo.

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