Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

5551Largest collection of candy wrappersMilan Lukich ValdiviaPeru, Tacna07 October 2015The largest collection of candy wrappers is 5,065 wrappers and belongs to Milan Lukich Valdivia (Peru), in Tacna, Peru, as of 23 December 2015. Milan has collected chocolate wrappers for more than 32 years. His collection includes wrappers from 49 countries all around the world.
5552Longest wedding dress trainXiamen Daily2599 metre(s)China, Xiamen08 August 2015The longest wedding dress train measured 2,599 m (8,526 ft 9 in) and was achieved by Shililanshan (China) in Xiamen, Fujian, China on 20 August 2015. The design inspiration for this wedding dress was the sea of flowers in Shililanshan in Xiamen. The wedding dress was decorated with petals.
5553Longest babyBabe, Anna Bates241.3 centimetre(s)United States, Seville19 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. Anna Haining Swan was born on 6 August 1846 at the Millbrook section of the community of New Annan, near the village of Tatamagouche, in the county of Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada, reportedly weighing 18 lb, but more likely 13 to 15 lb. Full grown, she reportedly reached 7 ft 11 in (241.3 cm) her husband, Martin Van Buren Bates, was born on 9 November 1837 and was reported to reach 7 ft 11 in, although was probably more likely 7 ft 9 in. They married at St Martins-in-the-Field in London on 17 June 1871. Combined heights: 15 ft 8 in.----------OTHER CASES OF HEAVY BIRTHSIt was reported that Francisca Ramos dos Santos (Brazil) gave birth by caesarean section to her son Ademilton who weighed in at 7.57 kg (16 lb 11.02 oz) on 18 January 2005 in Salvador, Brazil.Christina Samane (South Africa) also gave birth to a 10.2 kg (22 lb 8 oz) child, but this was later disqualified, as the child suffered from Weaver syndrome, which causes excessive growth in children due to abnoramlities in parental genes.On 3 June 1961, it was reported that a boy weighing 11 kg (24 lb 4 oz) was born to Mrs Sadaat Cor (Turkey). It was revealed in January 1978 however that, although relayed by a major news agency, no reliance can be placed on this report.
5554Largest cassata sicilianaRistorante Mirò1,099 kilogram(s)Italy, Turin27 November 2015The largest cassata siciliana weighs 1,099 kg (2,422 lb 14 oz) and was made by Restaurant MIRO' (Italy), in Turin, Italy, on 27 November 2015. The cassata siciliana is a traditional sweet originating from Sicily. The ingredients included: ricotta cheese, sponge cake (eggs, flour and sugar), almond paste, chocolate and candied fruit. Nine people were involved in the preparation and the finished cake measured 32 cm (12.59 in) in height and had a diameter of 2.5 m (8.20 ft).
5555Greatest distance by dragon boat - in 24 hours (relay)Irish Pub Punk Team238.81 kilometre(s)Germany, KoblenzThe greatest distance by dragon boat in 24 hours in relay is 238.81 km (148.39 miles) and was achieved by the Irish Pub Punk Team (Germany) on the Mosel river, Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, from 30 to 31 May 2015. This attempt was undertaken in support of Ambulantes Kinderhospiz Koblenz. The relay consisted of two boats, each with 20 paddlers.
5556Most mechanical energy produced by pedalling on static bicycles in one hourBritish Cycling’s BreezeUnited Kingdom, National Cycling Centre - Manchester Velodrome02 August 2015The most mechanical energy produced by pedalling on static bicycles in one hour is 4,821.40 watt-hours and was achieved by British Cycling’s Breeze (UK), at The National Cycling Centre - Manchester Velodrome in Manchester, UK, on 2 August 2015. This is women only cycling programme to promote more women cycling for fun and fitness. There were 120 participants on 40 bikes cycling for 20 minutes each.The average for each bike was 120.53 watt-hours.
5557Largest gingerbread villageJon Lovitch1102 itemsUnited States, New York17 November 2015The largest gingerbread village consists of 1,102 buildings and was constructed by Jon Lovitch (USA) and displayed at the New York Hall of Science in Corona, New York, USA, on 17 November 2015. This will be Jon's third consecutive Guinness World Records title for the Largest gingerbread village.
5558Highest forward flip pogo stick jumpMichael Mena2.794 metre(s)United States, New York08 September 2015The highest forward flip pogo stick jump is 2.794 m (9 ft 2 in) and was achieved by Michael Mena (USA), on the set of NBC's Today in New York, New York, USA on 8 September 2015. Mena's record was one of six broken during 'Break it TODAY' week on NBC's Today during the 2016 Guinness World Records Book launch.
5559Farthest distance waterski flying (male)Freddy Krueger95.1 metre(s)United States, Grand Rapids07 August 2015The farthest distance waterski flying (male) is 95.1 m (312 ft) and was achieved by Freddy Krueger (USA) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, on 7 August 2015. Krueger broke the record during practice for the World of X Game's MasterCraft Throwdown. Krueger, a lifelong fan of Guinness World Records, also jumped a distance of 304 ft during the live televised event.
5560Tightest parallel parking in reverseAlastair Moffatt34cm centimetre(s)United Kingdom, Brooklands Museum, Weybridge12 November 2015The tightest parallel park in reverse has a space 34 cm (1 ft 1.3 in) larger than the car, and was achieved by Alastair Moffatt (UK) for Guinness World Records Day 2015 at Brooklands, Weybridge, UK, on 12 November 2015. Alastair used classic Minis for his attempt at Brooklands, which holds the Guinness World Records title for the first purpose-built motor racing circuit.
5561Most pistol squats on an american football ball in one minuteSilvio SabbaItaly, Milan21 July 2015The most pistol squats on an american football ball in one minute is 23 and was achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy) in Milan, Italy, on 21 July 2015. A pistol squat is a one legged squat.
5562Most football passes in one minute by a pair
5563Most people performing push upsIntel Corporation1,286 peopleUnited States, Hillsboro11 November 2015The most people performing push ups simultaneously is 1,286 and was achieved by Intel Corporation (USA) in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA, on 11 November 2015. Intel employees engaged in a wellness initiative in several locations including Hillsboro, OR, Chandler, AZ and Santa Clara, CA, recognizing veterans within the company on Veterans Day. The attempt in Chandler, AZ included 931 individuals surpassing the previous record, however not besting Hillsboro on the day.
5564Most barefoot water skiing tumble turns in one minuteGreg Sample33 RevolutionsUnited States, Alva27 January 2016The most barefoot water skiing tumble turns in one minute is 33 and was achieved by Greg Sample (USA), in Alva, Florida, USA, on 27 January 2016. For each tumble turn, Greg needed to complete a full revolution on his back and return to water skiing on bare feet.
5565Longest videogame marathon on a Halo gamePaavo "Paavi" Niskala50 hours 4 minutes and 17 seconds hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Finland, Helsinki25 October 2015The longest video game marathon on a Halo game is 50 hours, 4 minutes and 17 seconds and was achieved by Paavo Niskala (Finland) in Helsinki, Finland, on 27 October 2015. The record was attempted to celebrate the launch of Halo 5.
5566Highest online sales revenue generated by a single company in 24 hoursAlibaba Group91,217,036,022 YuanChina, 11 November 2015The highest online sales revenue generated by a single company in 24 hours is 91,217,036,022 Chinese Yuan (14,322,094,406 USD 9,434,029,624 GBP) and was achieved by Alibaba Group (China) during their Single's Day sales on 11 November 2015. The vast majority of Alibaba's sales revenue came from their two flagship platforms, Tmall and Taobao. On the same day, they also set 8 other online sales related records.
5567Largest LEGO® moaBright Bricks3.17, 1.47, 0.80 metre(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham01 November 2015The largest LEGO® moa measures 3.17 metres tall, 1.47 metres long and 0.80 metres wide, and was achieved by Bright Bricks, as measured at Brick 2015, Birmingham UK, on 1 November 2015.Bright Bricks also achieved a record for the Largest Lego Mammoth.
5568Most cookies/biscuits iced in one hourPillsbury1,169 itemsUnited States, Bloomington12 December 2015The most cookies iced in one hour is 1,169 and was achieved at an event organized by Pillsbury (USA), at the Mall of America, in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA, on 12 December 2015. All of the qualifying cookies received white icing with blue crystalized sugar or colored candy canes on top.
5569Most accumulated time playing for the same football (soccer) clubRogério Ceni107,194 minute(s)Brazil, São Paulo28 October 2015The most accumulated time playing for the same football (soccer) club is 107,194 minutes and was achieved by Rogério Ceni (Brazil) playing for playing for São Paulo Futebol Clube, from 7 July 1993 to 28 October 2015. This is a total of over 1,786 and a half hours, or over 74 days, or 10 weeks, or 2.5 months playing actively for the same club.
5570Most simultaneous blindfolded chess winsMarc LangGermany, Sontheim-an-der-Brenze27 November 2011The most opponents tacked by a blindfolded player is 46. This was achieved by German Master Marc Lang in Sontheim-an-der-Brenze, Germany, on 27 November 2011. The simultaneous match went on for 21 hours and ended with Lang winning 25 games, drawing 19 and losing two. In blindfold chess matches, the player is told what move his opponent has just made, but has no ability to go back and see what they did before. This means that the player has to keep a mental image of the board, complete with the position of every piece, in order to make sound tactical decisions. Multiple simultaneous games represent a immensely difficult test of memory and skill. Marc Lang’s rating is 2,300, and most of his opponents were rated 1,700 or lower (weak amateur club standard), but they could all see the board.
5571Fastest vehicle driftJakub Przygonski217.973 kilometre(s) per hourPoland, Biala Podlaska,Biala Podlaska Airport03 September 2013The fastest vehicle drift is 217.973 km/h (135.44 mi/h) and was achieved by Jakub Przygonski (Poland) at Biala Podlaska Airport near Warsaw, Poland, on 3 September 2013.
5572First James Bond theme to reach No.1 in the UK chartsSam Smithfirst firstUnited Kingdom, 10 October 2015Sam Smith's (UK) "Writing's on the Wall", taken from the 24th James Bond movie, Spectre (2015), became the first Bond theme to top the UK's Official Singles Chart when it debuted at No.1 on 10 October 2015. Previously, two Bond themes had peaked at No.2 in the UK: Duran Duran's "A View to a Kill" - the only US No.1 Bond theme to date - in 1985 and Adele's "Skyfall" in 2012. James Bond themes had tried - and failed - to top the UK's Official Singles Chart for almost 53 years before Sam Smith's success with "Writing's on the Wall". "The James Bond Theme", performed by the John Barry Orchestra for the first Bond film, Dr No (1962), peaked at No.13 on 6 December 1962, while the same act took "From Russia with Love", from the movie of the same name, to No.39 in 1963. Matt Monro's alternative version of "From Russia with Love" reached No.20, also in 1963.Since 1963, the official Bond themes have been performed by: Shirley Bassey ("Goldfinger", No.21, 1964) Tom Jones ("Thunderball", No.35, 1966 Jones was the only solo British male artist to perform the Bond theme before Sam Smith) Nancy Sinatra ("You Only Live Twice", No.11, 1967) John Barry Orchestra ("On Her Majesty's Secret Service", 1969, did not chart Louis Armstrong's "We Have All the Time in the World", also from On Her Majesty's Secret Service, didn't chart back in 1969 but peaked at No.3 on re-issue in 1994 after its use in a TV advert unrelated to James Bond) Shirley Bassey ("Diamonds Are Forever", No.38, 1972) Wings ("Live and Let Die", No.9, 1973) Lulu ("The Man with the Golden Gun", 1974, did not chart) Carly Simon ("Nobody Does it Better", from The Spy Who Loved Me, No.7, 1977) Shirley Bassey ("Moonraker", 1979, did not chart) Sheena Easton ("For Your Eyes Only", No.8, 1981) Rita Coolidge ("All Time High", from Octopussy, No.75, 1983) Duran Duran ("A View to a Kill", No.2, 1985 "A View to a Kill" was the first - and only - US No.1 Bond theme) A-ha ("The Living Daylights", No.5, 1987) Gladys Knight ("Licence to Kill", No.6, 1989) Tina Turner ("GoldenEye", No.10, 1995) Sheryl Crow ("Tomorrow Never Dies", No.12, 1997) Garbage ("The World is Not Enough", No.11, 1999) Madonna ("Die Another Day", No.3, 2002) Chris Cornell ("You Know My Name", from Casino Royale, No.7, 2006) Jack White/Alicia Keys ("Another Way to Die", from Quantum of Solace, No.9, 2008) Adele ("Skyfall", No.2, 2012) Sam Smith ("Writing's on the Wall", from Spectre, No.1, 2015). All songs are the titles of the Bond films in which they appeared, unless stated otherwise. The years shown reflect when the song first charted/peaked in the UK and is not necessarily the year of the film's release."Writing's on the Wall" was written by Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes and produced in collaboration with the British electronic duo Disclosure (Guy and Howard Lawrence).The song debuted at the top with sales/streams of 70,000, knocking Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" off the No.1 spot. It was Smith's fifth UK chart-topper, after "La La La" (Naughty Boy feat. Sam Smith, 2013), "Money on My Mind" (2014), "Stay with Me" (2014) and "Lay Me Down" (Sam Smith feat. John Legend, 2015).
5573Oldest person to have a partial hip replacementGladys Ada Hooper112, 264 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, 09 October 2015The oldest person to have undergone partial hip replacement surgery is Gladys Ada Elizabeth Hooper (née Nash, UK, 18 January 1903), who was 112 years 264 days when the operation was performed at St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight, UK, on 9 October 2015.Supercentenarian Mrs Hooper was the oldest person in the United Kingdom at the time of her world record achievement. Following the operation, Mrs Hooper reportedly said she felt "somewhere near 80" in age.
5574Largest acrylic panelGuangzhou Grandview Ocean World Co., Ltd40.809 m X 8.201 m metre(s)China, Guangzhou09 December 2015The largest acrylic panel is an aquarium window and measures 40.809 m (133 ft 10.56 in) x 8.201 m (26 ft 10.87 in) and was achieved by Guangzhou Grandview Ocean World Co., Ltd (China) on 12 December 2015. This acrylic panel is currently displayed in the main tank on the 2nd and 3rd floor at Grandview Aquarium, which is located inside Grandview Mall in Guangzhou, China.
5575Best-selling computer monitor company - currentSamsung Corp9,005,100 unit(s) soldKorea (South), The current best-selling computer monitor company is Samsung (South Korea) with approximately 9,005,100 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling computer monitor company is LG (South Korea) with approximately 5,625,700 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
5576Best-selling OLED TV company – currentLG Corp65,800 unit(s) soldKorea (South), The current best-selling OLED TV company is LG Corp (South Korea) with approximately 65,800 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling OLED TV company is Samsung Corp (South Korea) with approximately 3,900 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
5577Best-selling OLED TV brand – currentLG65,800 unit(s) soldKorea (South), The current best-selling OLED TV brand is LG (South Korea) with approximately 65,800 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling OLED TV brand is Samsung (South Korea) with approximately 3,900 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research
5578Most expensive painting sold at auction onlineEdward Hopper9,600,000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 28 November 2012The most expensive artwork sold online is October on Cape Cod by American painter Edward Hopper, which fetched $9.6 m (£6.7 m) in an internet auction organized by Christie’s on 28 November 2012. Hopper produced the oil painting in 1946. He would often drive around the Massachusetts coast, painting scenes from his car. October on Cape Cod shows a house and a small barn, and exemplifies the solitude and isolation common to much of his work. The online bidding platform Christie’s LIVE has been active since 2007 and allows customers around the world to bid on lots sold in Christie’s real sales rooms, as well as some auctions held exclusively online. In 2014, the auction house announced that its online sales had grown 71% year on year.
5579Shortest pulse of visible lightEleftherios GoulielmakisGermany, Garching04 February 2016The shortest pulse of visible light has a duration of 380 attoseconds, achieved by Eleftherios Goulielmakis (Greece/Germany) and his team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany, and published on 4 February 2016. The pulse was generated with a light-field synthesizer, which flashes of light with known wavelengths are combined in different phases, so that some parts of the resultant pulse are 'cancelled out' through superposition, leaving an incredibly short pulse light. The ultra-short pulses are used to study electrons' behaviour when energised by light.
5580Longest fruit cakeMathias Dusend, Marc Cibrowius561 metre(s)Indonesia, Jakarta03 December 2015The longest fruit cake is 561 m (1,840 ft 6.57 in) and was achieved by Mathias Dusend and Marc Cibrowius (both Germany) at Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia, on 3 December 2015. The traditional Christmas fruit cake took 94 hours overall to cook and weighed a total of 1,678 kg (3699.36 lbs).

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