Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
5461Largest bread dumplingFrancisco CamachoItaly, Trento11 October 2008The largest bread dumpling is a 34.95 kg (77.05 lb) heavy 'canaderlo' or 'Knoedel' prepared as a performance act by Francesco Camacho (Colombia) in collaboration with Cinzia Baldo and Andrea Bassetti (both Italy) at the International performance contest, organised by the Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea and the Centro Servizi Culturali Santa Chiara, in Trento, Italy, on 11 October 2008.
5462Fastest solo, unsupported and unassisted journey to the South Pole (male)Christian Eide24/1/13 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Norway, 13 January 2011Fastest solo, unsupported and unassisted journey to the South Pole On 13 January 2011, 35-year-old Christian Eide (Norway) completed a solo and unsupported trek to the South Pole in a record time of 24 days 1 hr 13 min. He set of on the 1,150-km (715-mile) adventure on 20 December 2010 and opted for the Hercules Inlet route, covering an average of 47 km (29 miles) per day – although on his last day, he managed to ski 90 km (56 miles). Eide smashed the previous record - Todd Carmichael's (USA) 39 days 7 hr 49 min, an impressive achievement in its own right – and has set a benchmark that many polar explorers consider near-impossible to beat.Eide runs his own Oslo-based expedition company, L’atitude. His record marks the 100th anniversary of the first trip to the South Pole - also by a Norwegian, Roald Amundsen – although back in 1911, it took Amundsen 58 days to reach his goal, even doing so by dogsled.
5463Longest distance swimming in relay (open water)Padraig Mallon684.75 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Camlough19 September 2009The longest distance swimming in relay in open water by an unlimited team is 684.75 km (425.48 miles) and was achieved by a group of 200 swimmers at Lake Camlough, Camlough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, between 9 to 19 September 2009.In total over 200 swimmers took part in swimming around a 750 m circuit. Gavin Brown swam the Farthest distance in one leg, completing five laps (3,750 m) in 1 hr 04 min 34 sec. The event was organised by Padraig Mallon.
5464Largest naval raidOperation ChariotFrance, St Nazaire28 March 1942On 28 March 1942, during WW2, Operation Chariot, which has been described as the greatest naval raid of all time, was launched. The aim was to destroy the Normandie dock in St Nazaire, France. HMS Campbletown, a 1090 ton destroyer of the Royal Navy was stripped out to reduce her draught for transit through the shallow waters to the dock and the bows were packed with four and a half tons of high explosive attached to delayed fuzes. At 0134 hrs, the ship rammed the dock gates and her explosives blew up at 1135 hours destroying the dock putting it out of action until 1948. As a result of the explosions, 360 Germans were killed and 169 allied personnel lost their lives, 215 were captured and 227 returned to the UK.
5465First Ponzi schemeUnknown01 January 1920A "Ponzi" scheme is a form of fraudulent investment, where large returns are promised but, instead of being paid for by the profit on real investments, they are paid for from subsequent investors enticed by the high interest rates offered. They are reliant on an ever-increasing flow of money from new investors and will ultimately fail because the earnings are less than the payments - the most recent investors losing their money. They are called "Ponzi" schemes after Charles Ponzi, an Italian who moved to America and, in 1920, became notorious across the world for establishing such a scheme that ultimately failed owing millions to its investors. Hence, although he did not invent the scam, he nonetheless may rightly be described as creator of the first "Ponzi" scheme as, subsequently, all such schemes use his name to describe them.
5466Greatest distance by a radio-controlled model car in 24 hours (RC)Anna-Schmidt-Schule Frankfurt Modelling Group34.195 kilometre(s)Germany, Sonneberg24 July 2011The greatest distance by a radio-controlled model car in 24 hours is 34.1958 km (21.25 miles) and was achieved by members of the modelling group of the Anna-Schmidt-Schule Frankfurt (Germany) at the Tamiya Raceway in Sonneberg, Germany, on 24 July 2011. The model car used was a Tamiya "Desert Gator" with a cup machine motor using a MZ-Power Car Lipo Akku 5000 mAh battery. The electronic speed controller was a LRP Quantum Bullet and the remote control a Futaba 3PK 2.4 GHz.
5467Largest collection of non-sports trading cardsEdo Rajh, Iva Rajh20000 itemsCroatia, Zagreb,,The record holders' residence18 November 2011The largest collection of non-sports trading cards belongs to Edo Rajh and Iva Rajh (both Croatia), consisting of 20,000 cards as of 18 November 2011 and is housed in Zagreb, Croatia.The collection started in 2006 with Magic: the gathering cards and their favourite trading cards are from the World Wildlife Fund.
5468First PlayStation 2 videogame to sell one million unitsOnimusha: Warlords (Capcom, 2001)firstJapan, 01 February 2001Capcom’s Onimusha: Warlords, released on 25 January 2001, is the first PlayStation 2 game to sell over 1 million copies in Japan. Created by some of the same team behind Resident Evil, the Warlords title was a phenomenal success when it launched alongside the PlayStation 2 in Japan. The game, which was set in feudal Japan, surpassed the 1 million sales mark in that country in less than a month, and went on to sell over 2 million copies worldwide. The Xbox port of the game, Genma: Onimusha, also has the distinction of being the first game Capcom released for a Microsoft platform, as it hit the Xbox on 28 January 2002.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
5469Fastest swim relay 100 x 400 metres by a team (mixed)SSV Ulm 18469/2/32 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Ulm10 July 2010The fastest swim relay 100 x 400 m by a mixed team was 9 hr 2 min 32 sec by members of SSV Ulm 1846 (Germany) in their club pool in Ulm, Germany, on 10 July 2010. Participants ranged in age from 11 to 57 years old and the average time to complete 400 m was 5 min 25 sec. By comparison, the world record in the 400 m freestyle long course is 3 min 40.07 sec.
5470Fastest compressed air powered carDream Car Project129.2 kilometre(s) per hourJapan, Ibaraki,,Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI), Shirosato Test Center09 September 2011The fastest compressed air powered car reached a speed of 129.2 km/h (80.3 mph), achieved by the Toyota Industries Corporation Dream Car Project (Japan), at the Japan Automobile Research Institute, Shirosato Test Center, Ibaraki, Japan, on 9 September 2011.Final speed taken from a timed average from two runs. Vehicle used three compressed air cylinders powering a twin-scroll air engine.
5471Fastest time to laminate 100 square metres of paperGBC Commercial Laminating SolutionsGermany, Duesseldorf02 June 2008The fastest time to laminate 100m of paper is 40.53 seconds, achieved on a GBC 8556HS Cyclone laminating system by Glenn S. Koepke, Mark Elman and Tony Mertlik of GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group at drupa in Dusseldorf, Germany, on 2 June 2008.
5472Most recent test of a nuclear bombNorth Korea2009/05/25 tonne(s) (metric ton)Korea (North), KimchaekThe most recent nuclear test took place at 0054 hours GMT on 25 May 2009 in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) or, more usually, North Korea. According to the US Geological Survey the underground explosion had a magnitude of 4.7 on the Richter scale with a centre about 70 km (43 miles) northwest of Kimchaek and close to the site of the North Korean nuclear test that took place in 2006. Russian experts believe the yield to have been between 10 and 20 kilotons - as powerful as the bombs the USA used against Japan in World War II and many more times as powerful as that in the 2006 test. According to media reports, the force of the explosion made the ground shake in the Chinese border city of Yanji, 209 km (130 miles) away.
5473First use of procedural generation in a videogameElitefirst, 01 January 1984Elite was the first game to feature a procedurally generated world, while Frontier: Elite II was the first game to feature procedurally generated star systems. Frontier: First Encounters was the first game to contain procedurally generated terrain and textures. Procedural Generation uses random inputs to a computer ‘procedure’ to create something unique that also adheres to certain rules, such as Elite II’s star systems. These were generated by the game aggregating the mass of material within an early solar system into planets and moons that obey the laws of physics, but which have slightly randomised material distribution in order to ensure each system’s uniqueness
5474First multi-game deal between a Hollywood director and a videogame publisherSteven Spielberg, Electronic ArtsUSA01 October 2005Steven Spielberg (USA) and Electronic Arts signed a long-term deal in October 2005 to jointly create three new originalvideo-game franchises. Boom Blox is the first of these. There are currently no details on the other two planned franchises. Although EA’s Boom Blox wascreated in collaboration with Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg, it wasn’t the esteemed film-maker’s first foray into game development. That honour falls to The Dig, released by LucasArts in 1995, which was based on an original story idea by Spielberg andcredits him as writer.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
5475Largest picnic blanketWaitrose1760 square metre(s)South Africa, Durban01 April 2008The largest picnic blanket measured 1,760 m² (18,944.41 ft²) it was woven at the Melin Tregwynt Mill in Wales, UK, for Waitrose Ltd and was laid out for the first time inDurban, South Africa, in April 2008.
5476Most standing back somersaults in one minuteZiyi ZhangChina, Beijing17 December 2010The most standing back somersaults in one minute was 36 and was achieved by Ziyi Zhang (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 17 December 2010.
5477Largest tarantella danceStadthalle Unna GmbHGermany, UnnaThe largest tarantella dance involved 316 participants for an event organised by Stadthalle Unna GmbH (Germany) at the Un(n)a Festa Italiana in Unna, Germany, on 21 May 2009.689 people registered for the record attempt, however, only 316 people danced simultaneously for 5 minutes.
5478Largest ground vibration caused by car sound systemsFast Car Magazine www.talkaudio.co.ukUnited Kingdom, Wellingborough22 October 2008The largest seismic earthquake caused by car stereos was caused by 22 cars which made the ground vibrate with a velocity of 6.325 mm/s. The event was organized by Fast Car Magazine and www.talkaudio.co.uk (all UK) at the Santa Pod Raceway, Northampton, UK, on 22 October 2008.The result is the equivalet of a 300 kg high explosive charge going off at a distance of 500 metres from the seismograph.
5479Largest gilded image on paperFanar, Qatar Islamic6 square metre(s)Qatar, Doha,,Fanar (Islamic Cultural Centre)14 March 2010The largest gilded image on paper is 6m² (64.58ft) and was unveiled during the Aqlam calligraphy exhibition in Doha (Qatar), during an event organised by Fanar (Islamic Cultural Centre) in Doha (Qatar) on 14 March 2010.The record was broken during an exhibition at Fanar for the arabic calligraphy event called the Aqlam Exhibition. Fanar, who has held a previous Guinness World Records™ title, worked tirelessly along with the gilders and artists Ahmed Chocktan and Ekram Chocktan to set a new Guinness world records title, as this is the first record of its kind. The image measured by height and width was 2.97m x 2.10m (9ft 8.93in x 6ft 10.68in), totalling 6.2m² (64.58ft).
5480Fastest internal combustion engine powered remote-controlled model car (RC)Mark Corden137.86 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Stratford-upon-Avon29 October 2008The fastest speed reached by a internal combustion powered radio-controlled model car is 137.86 km/h (85.66 mph), controlled by Jason Bradbury (UK) on the set of The Gadget Show in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, on 29 Octiober 2008.
5481Largest serving of meatballsFair promoting committee of Castel di LamaItaly, CASTEL DI LAMA (AP) ITALIA01 September 2011The largest serving of meatballs weighed 471 kg (1,038 lb 6 oz) and was achieved by the Fair promoting committe of Castel di Lama, in Castel di Lama, Italy, on 1 September 2011.
5482Largest peg art board mosaicQuercetti and AladinoItaly, Vigevano29 November 2009The Largest peg art board mosaic was made up of 1.200.000 plastic pegs and measured 13 meters long (39 ft 4.44 in) and 2 meters wide (6 ft 6.74 in) with a total area of 26 m2 (279.86 ft2). It was presented by Aladino srl and Quercetti (both Italy) in Piantedo, Italy, on 29 November 2009
5483Largest taco riceKincho ShokokaiJapan, Kin-cho14 November 2010The largest taco rice weighed 746 kg (1,644 lb 10 oz) and was made by Kincho Shokokai (Japan) at Nature Miraikan Koryu Hiroba in Kin-cho, Okinawa, Japan, on 14 November 2010.More than 2,100 volunteers participated. The taco rice was served to all the participants after the record attempt.
5484Fastest marathon dressed in an ice hockey kit (male)Paul Statchuk4/8/43 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto14 October 2012The fastest marathon dressed in an ice hockey kit (male) is 4 hr 8 min 43 sec, achieved by Paul Statchuk (Canada) at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 14 October 2012. Statchuk wore a Toronto Maple Leafs uniform, and ran to raise money for the Brain and Tumour Foundation of Canada. He also holds the record for fastest marathon in an American football kit.
5485Largest collection of baijiu bottles
5486Largest tunicLomar33.90/18.50 metre(s)Saudi Arabia, Jeddah16 February 2010The largest tunic measures 33.90 m (111 ft 2 in) long and 18.50 m (60 ft 8 in) wide and was created by Lomar (Saudi Arabia) at an event organised by Phenomenal, at Red Sea Mall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 16 February 2010.The tunic weighs 400 kg and was made by 20 people in two months.1200 normal sized tunic will be made out of the large tunic and will be donated to charities.
5487Largest collection of beer matsLeo PiskerAustriaLeo Pisker of Langenzersdorf, Austria, has collected 152,860 different beer mats from 192 countries to date. The largest in his collection is 76 cm x 76 cm (30 in x 30 in), and the smallest measures just 25 mm x 25 mm (1 in x 1 in) - both of which come from Great Britain.Beer mat collecting is known as tegestology.
5488Heaviest weight lifted in one minute bench pressEamonn Keane6960 kilogram(s)Ireland, Louisburgh,,Louisburgh Gym18 November 2012The heaviest weight lifted by bench press in one minute is 6,960 kg (15,344 lb) and was achieved by Eamonn Keane (Ireland) at the Louisburgh Gym in Louisburgh, Ireland, on 18 November 2012.
5489Most Guinness World Records™ books stacked on a shelf in one minute
5490Longest bar-to-bar bicycle jumpAbel Mustielesmetre(s)United Kingdom, London,,Hyde Park09 August 2014The longest bar-to-bar bicycle jump is 2.52 m (8 ft 3.21 in) and was achieved by Abel Mustieles (Spain) at Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle, in London, UK, on 9 August 2014.

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