Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
6031Longest tower crane jib/boom/armZoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd.China, Changde28 August 2012The longest tower crane jib is 110.68 m (363 ft 1.47 in) long, and was built by Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (China) and measured in Changde, Hunan, China on 28 August 2012.
6032Most vaccinations given in 8 hours (multiple venues)Kaiser Permanente Southern California RegionUnited States, San Diego29 September 2012The most vaccinations given in eight hours at multiple locations is 47,529 and was achieved by Kaiser Permanente Southern California Region (USA) on 29 September 2012.The attempt took place at 48 Kaiser Permanente locations across Southern California. The vaccine given was a flu vaccine.
6033Largest Yapai dancePeople's Government of Yanbian Korean Autonomous PrefectureChina, Yanji,,Yanji Stadium02 September 2012The largest Yapai dance involved 800 participants and was achieved by the People's Government of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture (China) in Yanji, Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin, China, on 2 September 2012.The attempt was organized to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture which fell on 3 September 2012.
6034Fastest relay 100 x 400 metresAtletica Brugnera Friulintagli1/39/25 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Italy, Brugnera,,Athletic field Via del Mas19 October 2013The fastest relay 100 x 400 metres is 1 hr 39 min 25 sec and was achieved by Atletica Brugnera Friulintagli (Italy) at the Athletic field Via del Mas in Brugnera, Italy, on 19 October 2013.
6035Largest jar of liquorGolden Tourism Group (China)368 litre(s)China, shangrao11 April 2012The largest jar of liquor was filled with 368 liters (80.95 UK gal 97.22 US gal) of liquor and was unveiled by Golden Tourism Group (China) at Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province, China, on 11 April 2012.This jar is named San Qing Sheng Jing Qian Kun Ping. It was designed by BaiDu( China). It measures 2.06 M high, and had a diameter of 1.49 M at its widest point. It took more than 116 craftsmen nearly two years to finish the fracture and a group of painters to accomplish the pattern of the Sanqing Mountains on the profile.
6036Most osteoporosis screenings performed in eight hours (multiple venues)Kaiser Permanente Southern CaliforniaUnited States, Pasadena20 June 2013The most osteoporosis screenings performed in 8 hours at multiple venues is 991, performed by Kaiser Permanente Southern California (USA) in Pasadena, California, USA, on 20 June 2013. The osteoporosis screenings were done utilizing a DEXA scan, measuring bone density in the hip bone via X-rays.
6037Largest ISA danceAgrupación Folclórica Roque NubloSpain, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,,Plaza de Santa Ana22 June 2013The largest ISA dance consisted of 301 participants and was achieved by Agrupación Folclórica Roque Nublo (Spain) in Las Palmas de Grand Canaria, Spain, on 22 June 2013.This is a local dance traditional to the canary islands and this was the first time the various ISA bands in Las Palmas had come together to take part in the challenge.
6038Most people playing the same drumPLAY263 peoplePoland, Kostrzyn nad Odra02 August 2013The most people playing the same drum is 263 and was organised by PLAY (Poland) at the Przystanek Woodstock Festival, in Kostrzyn nad Odra, Poland, 2 August 2013.The music piece played was We Will Rock You by Queen. The size of the drum was 10 m in diameter and 1,6 m in height.
6039Fastest loading of big dataSAP, BMMsoft, Hewlett Packard and Red HatUnited States, Dublin,,Hewlett Packard laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia, USA25 April 2013The fastest loading of 'Big Data' is a rate of 34.3 terabytes per hour, and was achieved by engineers from SAP, BMMsoft, Hewlett Packard and Red Hat, at the Hewlett Packard laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on 25 April 2013.
6040Most people riding a kitesurf boardRichard Branson , Susi Mai, Alice Galliers, Alison DiSpaltro4 peopleBritish Virgin Islands, Necker02 February 2014The most people to ride a kitesurf board simultaneously is four and was achieved by Richard Branson and Alice Galliers (both UK), Susi Mai (Germany) and Alison DiSpaltro (USA) at Necker Island, British Virgin Islands on 2 February 2014.
6041Oldest person to win an international cap in Rugby Union and Rugby LeagueThomas CalnanUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi11 December 2012The oldest person to win a "double cap" in international rugby, by playing in both codes, is Thomas Calnan (b. 22 Oct 1976) aged 36 years 50 days when he made his debut for the UAE Rugby Union side against Hong Kong in Dubai, UAE on 11 December 2012. He had previously represented the UAE Rugby League side in a match against Pakistan on 30 March 2012.Both matches are fully recognized international test matches - the Rugby League match against Pakistan was a friendly while the Rugby Union match against Hong Kong was an IRB-sanctioned tournament EACON (Emirates Airlines Cup of Nations). Calnan was playing his club rugby for Abu Dhabi Harlequins RFC when he won his double cap.
6042Fastest marathon wearing chainmail (upper body)Michael Dodd5/49/07 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London13 April 2014The fastest marathon wearing chainmail (upper body) is 5 hr 49 min 07 sec and was achieved by Michael Dodd (UK) at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 13 April 2014.Incredibly, this was Michael's first ever marathon. Michael's record was one of 30 successfully broken and verified onsite by Guinness World Records at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon.
6043Fastest 10 km run on sand (female)Marie Bader55/01 minute(s), second(s)United States, Gulf Shores, Alabama10 August 2013The fastest 10 km run on sand (female) is 55 min 01 sec and was achieved by Marie Bader (USA) at the World-Beater All-Beach 10K in Gulf Shores, Alabama, USA, on 10 August 2013.
6044Longest line of candles lit in relayScout Association of Hong Kong - Hong Kong Island Region338 participantsHong Kong, Hong Kong31 December 2013The longest line of candles lit in relay is 338 candles and was achieved by the Scout Association of Hong Kong - Hong Kong Island Region (Hong Kong), in Hong Kong, China, on 31 December 2013.On the first attempt, the light was extinguished between the 91st and 92nd participants. The second attempt was successful, with all 338 participants lighting their candles in relay.
6045Fastest time to wrap two people in newspaper (team of 10)Royal LondonUnited Kingdom, London,London,The Oval12 February 2014The fastest time to wrap two people in newspaper is 1 min 59.13 sec and was achieved by the employees of Royal London (UK), in London, UK, on 12 February 2014.
6046Most football (soccer) FIFA World Cup tournaments scored in by a player
6047Largest collection of books owned privately
6048Largest club DJ session relaySingapore DJsparticipantsSingapore, singapore09 August 2014The largest club DJ session relay consisted of 133 participants and was achieved by Singapore DJs at Marina Barrage, Singapore on 9 August 2014.
6049Largest pinball machineHeineken ItaliaItaly, MILANO,,Milan, Italy12 April 2014The largest pinball machine measures 16.4 m (53 ft 9 in) long, 7.5 m (24 ft 7in) wide and 10.7 m (35 ft 1 in) tall, and was made by Heineken Italia s.p.a (Italy). It was demonstrated and measured in Porta Genova, Milan, Italy, on 12 April 2014.
6050Shortest living domestic cat (height)Lilieput13.34 centimetre(s)United States, Napa19 October 2013The shortest cat is Lilieput, a nine-year-old female munchkin cat, who measured 13.34 cm (5.25 in) from the floor to the shoulders on 19 July 2013, and is owned by Christel Young (USA) of Napa, California, USA.
6051Largest online photo album of self-portrait photographs (selfies)
6052Fastest 100 metres sack race
6053Most expensive hot dogTokyo DogUS dollar(s)United States, Seattle23 February 2014The most expensive hot dog is $169 (£101.69 122.96€) and was sold by Tokyo Dog (USA) in Seattle, Washington, USA, on 23 February 2014.
6054Longest taekwondo hyeong
6055Longest relay reading marathon (single venue)
6056Largest cazölaSergio Garavaglia931.46 kilogram(s)Italy, OssanaThe largest cazöla weighing 931.46 kg (2, 053.41 lb) was made by 10 volunteers from the town of Ossona, Italy and displayed at the Piazza Litta, Ossana on 24 August 2002.A cazöla is a traditional italian dish consisiting of pork ribs, crackling, bacon, sausages and vegetables much like a stew.
6057Most accurate kilogramInternational Prototype KilogramFrance07 January 2013The kilogram is the only base SI unit of measurement whose definition is still based on a physical prototype. The world's most accurate kilogram is a cylinder made of platinum and iridium, made in 1889, and maintained at the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) at Sèvres near Paris, France. Scientists are currently attempting to change the definition of the kilogram by linking it to more and more precise measurements of Planck's constant.
6058Bridegroom married at the highest altitudeYuri MalenchenkoUkraine, N/A,The groom was onboard the International Space Station, while the bride was in Houston, Texas, USA.10 August 2003On 10 August 2003, Yuri Malenchenko (Ukraine) married his fiancée Ekaterina Dmitriev (USA) from an altitude of 396 km (214.3 nautical miles). The marriage was performed over a video conference link between the bride in Houston, Texas, USA and the groom who, at the time, was commander of the Expedition 7 mission to the International Space Station.
6059First telephone callUnknownfirstUnited States, Boston17 February 2003The telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell (UK), who devised a way of converting human voices into electrical impulses, then back to voices. He filed his patent for the telephone on 14 February 1876 at the New York Patent office, New York, USA. The first intelligible call occurred in March 1876 in Boston, Massachusetts, when Bell phoned his assistant in a nearby room and said 'Come here Watson, I want you'.
6060Oldest cannonDardanelles GunUnited Kingdom, Fort Nelson01 January 1464The world's oldest dated cannon in existence, is the Dardanelles Gun, cast in 1464 for Sultan Mehmet II in Turkey. It is made from bronze, weighs 16.8 tonnes (37,037 lb), measures 5.2 m long (17 ft) and had a range of 1,600 m (5,249 ft) when firing a 600-mm diameter, 304-kg (670-lb) projectile. The bombard is currently on display at the Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson, Hampshire, UK.The gun is actually in two parts, joined by an incredible gun screw thread. It is thought that this was to aid transportation of the gun.This record is based on the fact that the date is engraved on the gun. Others may exist that are older, but do not have this engraving and are therefore dated by their style.

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