Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
5791Largest wooden baseball batFargo-Moorhead RedHawksUnited StatesThe largest baseball bat measures 408.9 cm. (161 in. = 13 ft. 5 in.) with a circumference of 101.6 cm. (40 in.) and is owned by the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks baseball club (Fargo Baseball L.L.C) of Fargo, North Dakota, USA. The bat is known as 'Big Bruce' and made from white ash, the same material as major league baseball bats. It was named after Bruce Thom, President of the RedHawks' Minor League Baseball team the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. A computer measured the specifications of an actual Louisville Slugger bat and a computer-controlled lathe was programmed with those specifications. It was turned on a lathe in the summer of 2000 by Cinderwitt and Co. of Wahpeton, North Dakota and sanded and finished by Quality Cabinets of Fargo, ND. It was engraved with a soldering iron by Blair Tweet and Tim Flakoll, both of Fargo, ND.
5792Heaviest cabbageScott A. Robb62.71 kilogram(s)United States, Palmer31 August 2012The heaviest cabbage weighed 62.71 kg (138.25 lb) and was presented at the Alaska State Fair by Scott A. Robb (USA) in Palmer, Alaska, USA, on 31 August 2012.Scott A. Robb has previously held a number of Guinness World Records for heaviest vegetables, including the 'Heaviest turninp', among others.
5793Most expensive white wineThe Antique Wine Company75000 US dollar(s)United Kingdom, London18 January 2011The most expensive white wine is the single bottle of Chateau d'Yquem (1811), which was sold for £75,000 ($117,000) by The Antique Wine Company, London, UK, on 18 January 2011. The bottle was bought by Christian Vanneque, owner of SIP Wine Bar in Bali, Indonesia. The bottle was inspected on 29 January 2007 at Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes, France in the presence of Stephen Williams (Managing Director of The Antique Wine Company), John Salvi (Master of Wine) and Sandrine Garbay (Maitre de Chais).
5794Most faces painted in an hour (individual)Gary Cole217 total numberUnited Kingdom, Livingston01 September 2007The record for the most faces painted in one hour by an individual was achieved by Gary Cole (USA), sponsored by Grimas, who painted a total of 217 different faces, using a minimum of three colours per face at Almondvale Shopping Centre in Livingston, West Lothian, UK on 1 September 2007.
5795Largest wedding cakeMohegan Sun Casino6.818 tonne(s) (metric ton)United States, Uncasville08 February 2004The world’s largest wedding cake weighed 6.818 tonnes (15,032 lb) and was made by chefs at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA and displayed at their New England bridal showcase on 8 February 2004.
5796Fastest time to make 1 litre of ice creamAndrew RossUnited Kingdom, Sheffield06 June 2010The fastest time to make one litre of ice cream is 10.34 seconds and was achieved by Andrew Ross (UK) at Cliffe Cottage in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK, on 6 June 2010.Ingredients included cream, vanilla, sugar and liquid nitrogen.
5797Highest volcanic eruptionIoNot Applicable, In orbit around Jupiter.06 August 2001On 6 August 2001, NASA's Galileo spacecraft performed a close flyby of Jupiter's volcanically active satellite, Io. Over the following months, as the data was slowly transmitted back to Earth, mission scientists realised that the spacecraft had passed through the top of a 500-km-high (310-mile) volcanic plume. This is the highest volcanic eruption plume ever witnessed in the Solar System.Galileo flew by the moon at a distance of 194 km (120 miles) from the surface. The volcanic particles, believed to be composed of sulphur dioxide, were detected by Galileo's plasma instrument. Images of the plume backlit by the Sun revealed its full extent. The plume originated at the Tvashtar volcano, near Io’s north pole.
5798Most people fire breathingJules and YouNetherlands, Maastricht23 April 2009The most people fire breathing was achieved by 293 participants, in an event organised by Jules and You (Netherlands) in Maastricht, Netherlands, on 23 April 2009.All the participants that took apart of the record attempt were members of Maastricht University in Netherlands.
5799Largest plasma screenPanasonic TH-152UX1Japan01 July 2010The largest plasma HDTV in the world is the Panasonic TH-152UX1, which measures 152 inches diagonally – the display area is 134.4" (3.41 m 11 ft 2.4 in) x 70.9" (1.8 m 5 ft 10.9 in)– the area of nine 50-inch HDTVs. It has a resolution of 4,096 x 2,160 – 8 million pixels, in a 17:9 aspect ratio. Launched on 1 Jul 2010, at $500,000 (£333,000), it's also the world's most expensive TV commercially available.The above measures do not include the frame around the screen.http://catalog2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ModelDetail?displayTab=O&storeId=11201&catalogId=13051&itemId=490650&catGroupId=14624&surfModel=TH-152UX1
5800Most light sensitive eyesGygantocyprisUnited States30 January 2002The animal regarded as having the eyes with highest light-collecting ability is the ostracod Gigantocypris which has an f-number of 0.25. By way of comparison, humans have an f-number of approximately 2.55 and a camera lens an f-number of 1.8. Although Gigantocypris is the world's largest ostracod, or seed shrimp, it only has a diameter of approximately 1.5 cm (0.7 in).The f-number is a measure of the relative aperture of a lens on a camera or its light gathering capacity. The number becomes smaller as the aperture grows larger. The f-number is equal to the ratio of the focal length of the lens divided by the diameter of its limiting opening (aperture): f-number = focal length/iris diameter.
5801Most bioluminescent insectPyrophorus noctilucusUnited StatesThe insect considered to be the most bioluminescent is the firefly (Pyrophorus noctilucus) which has been documented as having a surface brightness of 45 millilamberts. The light emitted by fireflies (which are actually beetles, not flies) is unique as almost 100% of the energy is given off as light. In a lightbulb only 10% of the energy is light with the other 90% given off as heat. A lambert is a unit of luminescence and equals 3,183 candelas/m² A millilambert equals 3.183 candelas/m² A candela is the base unit for measuring the intensity of light They are usually between 10 and 14mm long, weight: 0.3 g, lifespan: 10 days, discovered: 1758.
5802Fastest propeller-driven boatProblem Child420.0 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Phoenix22 November 2009Daryl Ehrlich (USA) attained a speed of 420.0 km/h (260.98 mi/h 226.78 knots) in the propeller-driven Problem Child at Firebird Raceway near Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on 22 November 2009. The Top Fuel Hydro boat, built by "Fast" Eddie Knox (USA) and Eddie Knox Racing, broke the record at the International Hot Boat Association (IHBA) NAPA Auto Parts World Finals.
5803Most finger snaps in a minuteJens Gudmandsen278 total numberSweden, Stockholm07 November 2008The most finger snaps in one minute is 278 achieved by Jens Gudmandsen (Sweden) at the Pretty Production sound studio in Stockholm, Sweden, on 7 November 2008.
5804Longest power-assisted ramp jump by bicycleColin WinkelmannUnited States, Agoura Hills20 December 2000Professional stunt rider Colin Winkelmann (US) jumped his BMX bicycle 35.63 m (116 ft 11 in) after being towed to approximately 100 km/h (60 mph) behind a motorcycle at Agoura Hills, California, USA on 20 December 2000 for the Guinness World Records Primetime TV show.
5805Tallest matchstick modelToufic Daher6/53 metre(s)Lebanon, Beirut11 November 2009The tallest matchstick model was a scale replica of the Eiffel Tower built by Toufic Daher (Lebanon) that measured 6m 53cm in height and was unveiled at City Mall, Beirut, Lebanon, on 11 November 2009 in celebration of Guinness World Records day.Mr. Daher used approximately 6 million matches in building the model.
5806Longest two-wheel ride (motorcycle and sidecar)Graham John MartinSouth Africa, Pretoria21 August 1988Graham John Martin (South Africa) covered a distance of 320.1 km (198.9 miles) on two wheels riding his Yamaha XS 1100 and sidecar at Gerotek Test Track, Pretoria, South Africa, on 21 August 1988.
5807Water slide riding, distance in 24 hours (male)Jens Scherer, Rolf Allerdissen152.15 kilometre(s)Germany, Erding12 November 2009The farthest distance covered on a water slide in 24 hours is 94.54 mi (152.15 km), achieved by Jens Scherer (Germany) at Galaxy Erding in Erding, Germany on 11 and 12 November 2009 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.The attempt took place on the 356.32m water slide at the park, racking up an impressive 427 rides on the slide - this averages to one every 3 min 22 sec for the duration of the attempt.
5808Largest soft cheeseEdelweiss Kaeswerk, Edelweiss KaesewerkGermany, Kempten26 October 2002The largest soft cheese was made by Edelweiss Kaesewerk, Kempten, Germany weighing 180 kg (396.8 lb) and was displayed at a public opening of their factory on 26 October 2002.The height of the cheese was 4.25 cm (1.67 in) and the diameter measured 2.2m (7.21 ft).The ingredients included 950 kg (2,094 lb) milk, 4 kg (8.8 lb) cultures, 4 kg (8.8 lb) iodised salt, 0.2 kg (0.44 lb) rennet.During the production process of soft cheese, the product is constantly losing whey, which is why 950 kg (2,094 lb) milk is needed to make a 180 kg (396.8 lb) soft cheese.
5809Fastest swim fin / flipper run - 20 metresChristophe BertauxFrance, Paris29 March 2000The record for the fastest 20 metre run flat while wearing standard scuba-diving flippers is 3.50 seconds by Christophe Bertaux on the set of L'Emission des Records, Paris, France, on 29 March 2000.
5810Fastest lunge mile - menJamasen Rodriguez25/21.11 minute(s), second(s)United States, Modesto07 August 2010The fastest lunge mile was 25 min 21.11 sec by Jamasen Rodriguez (USA) at the Modesto Junior College track in Modesto, California, USA, on 7 August 2010. Rodriguez performed 1,370 lunges to complete the mile.
5811Largest jack o'lanternScott CullyUnited States, Bronx30 October 2010The largest jack o'lantern was carved by Scott Cully (USA) from a pumpkin weighing 821.23 kg (1,810.5 lb) in Bronx, New York, USA, on 30 October 2010.The pumpkin is also the record holder for heaviest pumpkin.
5812Longest ramp jump - motorcycle (male)Robbie MaddisonAustralia, Melbourne29 March 2008The longest motorcycle ramp jump is 106.98 m (351 ft) by Robbie Maddison (Australia) at the Crusty Demons Night of World Records at Calder Park Raceway in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 29 March 2008.
5813Fastest reverse drive over 500 milesRob GibneyCanada, Calgary22 August 2004Rob Gibney (Canada) covered 807.39 km (501.69 miles) at an average speed of 66.67 km/h (41.42 mph) in a Ford Crown Victoria at Race City Motorsports Park, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 22 August 2004.
5814Fastest aircraft, piston-enginedRare Bear850.24 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Las Vegas21 August 1989On 21 August 1989, in Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA, the Rare Bear, a modified Grumman F8F Bearcat piloted by Lyle Shelton (USA), set the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale-(FAI-) approved world record for a 3 km (1.8 mile) course of 850.24 km/h (528.31 mph), and in doing so became the fastest piston-engined aircraft.The Rare Bear is a restored and modified WWII era Grumman F8F Bearcat, complete with a Curtiss-wright R3350 engine which produces in excess of 3,000 kW (4,000 hp).
5815Oldest person awarded an honorary degreeHenry John PatchUnited Kingdom, Bristol16 December 2005The oldest person to receive an honorary degree is Harry Patch (b. 17 June 1898, UK) who, at the age of 107 years 182 days was awarded an Honorary Master of Arts degree by the University of Bristol, Somerset, UK on 16 December 2005. Harry is a veteran of World War I, served as a fireman and plumber in the Second World War and also helped build the university which honoured him.http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cms/go/events/patch/index_htmlhttp://www.bris.ac.uk/cms/go/hon-degree/Dec/dec-patch.html
5816Oldest doctorateHeinz WenderothGermany, Elsfleth29 September 2008The oldest person to be awarded a doctorate is Emeritus Professor Dr Heinz Wenderoth (Germany), who was awarded the degree of Doctor of Science by the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University of Hannover on 29 September 2008 at the age of 97 years 8 months 18 days. The subject of Dr Wenderoth's doctoral dissertation was "Cell Biological Studies in the Morphology and Physiology of primitive marine Placozoons Trichoplax Adhaerens".Dr Heinz Wenderoth was born on 11 January 1911.
5817Most rapidly decreasing economyUnknown16.3 percentageGeorgiaThe GNP of Georgia decreased by an average of 16.3% in the decade ending 1996, the current most rapid decline for a sovereign state. The GNP of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank have decreased by nearly 17% over the same period these territories have been virtually blockaded by Israel since 1993. As a result the GDP of the Palestinian entity has fallen by 30% (according to UN economists) or by 35% (according to UN statisticians) in the period 1992-8.
5818Longest throw - no tailDavid SchummyAustralia, Murrarie15 March 2005The record the longest throw of an object without any velocity-aiding feature is 427.2 m (1,401.5 ft) by David Schummy (Australia) with a boomerang on 15 March 2005 at Murrarie Recreation Ground,Queensland, Australia.
5819Farthest flight by a commercial aircraftThe Boeing Company11664 nautical mile(s)United Kingdom, London,Heathrow Airport10 November 2005A Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner flew 11,664 nautical miles (21,601.7 km or 13,422.7 miles) non-stop and without refuelling from Hong Kong to London, UK from 9 to 10 November 2005 in 22 hr 42 min, the longest flight ever by an unmodified commercial aircraft. The 777-200LR is powered by two General Electric GE90-115Bs, the world's most powerful jet engines. The first aircraft were delivered to customer airlines early in 2006. In service, the 777-200LR can carry 301 passengers and baggage up to 9,420 nautical miles (17,445 kilometres) when fitted with three optional fuel tanks in the cargo area.
5820Most votes cast in a national electionIndiaIndiaThe country in which the highest number of votes were made for a national general election is India. Between 16 April and 13 May 2009, 417.2 million votes were cast in five phases to elect the 543 members of the 15th Lok Sabha (the House of the People, which is the lower house of the Indian legislature). Vote counting took place on 16 May and the United Progressive Alliance (UPA), led by the Indian National Congress, was declared the winner on the same day.The average election turnout over all 5 phases was around 59.7%. The country is referred to as the world's largest democracy, with approximately 714 million people eligible to vote in 2009. The four waves of voting were on 16, 22/23 and 30 April followed by 7 and 13 May.By constitutional requirement, elections to the Lok Sabha (lower house of the parliament of India) must be held every five years, or whenever Parliament is dissolved by the President of India.

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