Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

6061Greatest distance to spit a table tennis ballAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica, New York29 January 2010The table tennis ball spitting - greatest distance is 12.83 metres (42.1 feet) was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), at Anakena Beach in Easter Island, Chile, on 29 January, 2010.Achieved on Anakena Beach
6062Most people firewalking consecutively - single venueEastbourne Scouts608 peopleNew Zealand, Eastbourne, Wellington,,Williams Park in Days Bay28 April 2012The most people firewalking consecutively is 608 people and was achieved by Eastbourne Scouts, in Eastbourne, Wellington, New Zealand, on 28 April 2012.The event was organised by Eastbourne Scouts as a way to raise money for charity, promote scouting and to try to show local scouts that they can achieve anything if they put their mind to it. Members of the Eastbourne and surrounding Wellington community walked across hot coals in an effort to raise money for charities ‘So They Can’ and ‘The Orphans of Nepal Trust’.
6063Heaviest kidney stoneWazir Muhammand Abbass Ali Jagirani620 centimetre(s)Pakistan, larkana24 June 2008Wazir Muhammand s/o Abbass Ali Jagirani (Pakistan) had a kidney stone weighing 620 g (21. 87 oz) removed from his right kidney at the Nephro-Urology Chandka Medical College Hospital, Sindh, Pakistan, on 24 June 2008. the procedure was carried out byDr. Ghulam Shabir Imran Akbar Arbani and Dr. Malik Hussain
6064Most sovereign countries visited in six monthsJohn Bougen, James Irving167/15/39 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)New Zealand, 12 February 2003John Bougen and James Irving (both New Zealand) visited 191 of the world's 193 sovereign countries in 167 days 15 hr 39 min from 28 August 2002 to 12 February 2003. Their journey, called All Nations Quest, was in support of the Save the Children charity.They also visited four other territories. They took 242 flights on 54 different aircraft types operated by 104 different airlines and visited 191 different airports. They spent a total of 586 hr and 15 min waiting in airports and a further spend 418 hr 51 min aloft. Their journey covered a total of 242,687 km (150,798 miles).The two countries they didn't visit were Afghanistan and Sao Tome. Their journey was initially an attempt to visit all the world's 193 sovereign countries - that's all 191 UN members plus Taiwan and the Vatican.
6065Most eye tests carried out in a working day - multiple venuePressebüro ReinkeGermany10 September 2005The most eye tests carried out in a working day is 19,157 at 321 different locations and was organised by Kuratorium Gutes Sehen (Germany) around Germany on 10 September 2005.
6066Fastest marathon on crutchesJohn Sandford Hart6/24/48 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London17 April 2011The fastest marathon on crutches was 6 hr 24 min 48 sec by John Sandford Hart (UK) at the 2011 Virgin London Marathon in London, UK, on 17 April 2011.Sandford Hart uses a prosthetic right leg after having it amputated in 2009. This record is for the use of two legs on crutches, while a separate category is monitored for only allowing one foot to touch the ground the entire race.
6067Most champagne corks popped simultaneously (single venue)Banca Mediolanum2778 participantsItaly, Pesaro - BPA Palas - Via Yuri Gagarin26 October 2007The record for the most champagne corks popped simultaneously is 2,778 and was achieved on Banca Mediolanum 25th Anniversary's toast, at BPA Palas in Pesaro, Italy, on 26 October 2007.
6068Fastest half marathon running backwards (male)Achim Aretz1/40/29 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Essen28 November 2009The fastest half marathon run backwards is 1 hr 40 min 29 sec by Achim Aretz (Germany) at the 19th TUSEM August Blumensaat in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on 28 November 2009.Of the 464 total participants in the marathon (all of whom ran forwards except Aretz), Aretz finished in 123rd place overall. He was witnessed and videotaped by Christoph Diehl and Jan Verhoeven, who ran and cycled the half marathon behind him, respectively.
6069Largest collection of prayer beadsJamal Sleeq3642 itemsKuwait, Kuwait City09 March 2012The largest collection of prayer beads is 3,642 prayer beads and belongs to Jamal Sleeq (Kuwait), in Kuwait City, Kuwait, as of 9 March 2012.The collection is mostly made up of amber prayer beads, but also includes prayer beads made from jade, tiger eye, malachite, coral, opal and amethyst.
6070Largest collection of ladybird-related itemsCarine RoosenBelgium, Halen21 September 2009Carine Roosen (Belgium) has the largest collection of ladybird items having amassed 3,531 for over 10 years.Her favourite items include a ladybird toilet seat and her jewelleries. In March 2009, she had an exhibition of her collection at the school she teaches.
6071Most CDs consecutively signed by the artistDJ OtziGermany, Cologne23 November 2007The most CDs consecutively signed by the artist is 4,040 by DJ Otzi (Germany) on the set of Guinness World Records - Die Grossten Weltrekorde in Cologne, Germany on 23 November 2007.
6072Most screen credits for a living actorBrahmanandam KannegantiIndia, Hyderabad24 June 2010The most screen credits for a living actor is 857 acknowledged film roles and was achieved by K Brahmanandam (India) from 1987 to 24 June 2010.
6073Largest exercise demonstration / class (multiple venues)KazakhstanKazakhstan27 September 2003On 27 September 2003 in Kazakhstan a total of 4,845,098 people across the country took part in the largest ever simultaneous aerobics display in an attempt, supported by Kazakhstan's Presidential administration, to promote a healthy lifestyle.The participants amounted to approximately 30% of the total population. All participants followed the same routine, the music for which was broadcast by Kazakh radio across the country.
6074Largest matchstickJaanus RuubenEstonia, Viljandi,Ugala Theatre27 November 2004The largest matchstick measured 6.235 m (20 ft 5 in) long with a cross section of 27.5 cm (10.8 in). It was made by Estonian Match Ltd and unveiled and struck at the Ugala Theatre, Viljandi, Estonia on 27 November 2004.
6075Largest turkish coffee pot / CezveMalik CabaravdicBosnia and Herzegovina, Visoko01 July 2004The world´s largest turkish coffee pot was completed by the Vispak dd in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in June 2004. It measured 1.24 m (4 ft 1 in) tall with a base diameter of 95 cm (37.4 in).Volume 615.495 ltr (135.39 gal)
6076Largest collection of elephant-related itemsJan Mallernee-BrileyUnited States, Merced, California08 April 2008Janet Mallernee-Briley (USA) has a collection of 5,779 items relating to elephants, as of 8 April 2008, that she has amassed for over 35 years.
6077Largest Mongolian wrestling tournamentthe Mongolian National Wrestling FederationMongolia, Ulaanbaatar25 September 2011The largest Mongolian wrestling tournament involved 6,002 participants. It was organized by the Mongolian National Wrestling Federation (Mongolia) and was held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, between 17 and 25 September 2011.The tournament began in Central Stadium at 2 p.m. on 17 September 2011. Wrestlers came from 21 different provinces and 325 “soums” (sub-provinces), with some travelling as far as 1,700 km (1,050 miles) to attend the event.
6078Most musicians to play the same piano (relay)Kuniko TeramuraJapan, Hikone22 April 2012The most musicians to play the same piano was 103 in an event organized by Kuniko Teramura (Japan) and friends, at the Shiga University Auditorium, in Hikone, Shiga, Japan, on 22 April 2012.The participants played during 20 minutes Beethoven's 'Ode to joy'. Participants were rotating during the attempt so all could play.
6079Most prolific quick change illusion artistArturo Brachetti22500 timesFrance, Paris01 January 2002The world´s most prolific quick costume change artist is Arturo Brachetti (Italy), who changed costume 22,500 times during 250 performances of the show L´Homme Aux Mille Visages, Paris, France in 2001-2002. His quickest costume change including shoes is 2 seconds, from black tail suit to white in full view of the audience. Arturo proved his ability changing from a black tuxedo into a costume with cow-like patterns in less than 2 seconds on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy on 5 January 2006.He has changed costumes more than 250,000 times in his career and his private wardrobe consists of over 350 specially designed costumes.
6080Largest LED screenThe PlaceChina, The Place,Beijing01 January 2009The largest high-definition video screen is an LED display which measures 250 m x 30 m (820 ft x 98 ft) for a total surface area of 7,500 m² (80,729 ft²). It is located at The Place, Beijing, China.The screen is actually composed of five (still extremely large) screens that are arranged in a line to produce one continuous image.
6081Longest picnic lineCity of KitchenerCanada, Kitchener15 July 2012The longest picnic line measures 2, 277 metres (7, 470 ft 4 in) and was organised by the City of Kitchener: as part of the Centennial Celebration of Cityhood in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, on 15 July 2012.Approximately 4,000 people particpated in this picnic and ate pizzas, bananas and bearpaws.
6082Fastest relay 1,000 x 1,000 metresPatronato SS Redentore86/43/36 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Italy, Este19 June 2005The fastest time for 1,000 runners to run 1,000 m in relay is 86 hr 43 min 36 sec at Patronato "SS. Redentore", in Este, Italy, from 16-19 June 2005Started at 09.00 on the 16th and finished at 23.43:36 on the 19th
6083Largest collection of chicken-related itemsCecil and Joann DixonUnited States28 June 2006Cecil and Joann Dixon (both USA) have a collection of 6,505 chicken-related items, as of June 2006, that they have amassed for 40 years.
6084Tallest stack of poppadomsTipu RahmanUnited Kingdom, Northampton11 October 2012The tallest stack of poppadoms is 1.72 m (5 ft 7 in) and was created by Tipu Rahman (UK), at The Tamarind Restaurant, in Northampton, UK, on 11 October 2012.
6085Largest sconeEltham Town CommunityNew Zealand, Eltham19 August 2010The largest scone weighed 119.45 kg (263 lb 5 oz) and was prepared by Shaun McCarthy (New Zealand) at Stark Park in Eltham, New Zealand, on 19 August 2010. The scone measured 117 cm (3 ft 10 in) in diameter and 20 cm (7.8 in) in height.Total cooking time was 7 hours 8 minutes. Ingredients included 58.45 kg (128 lb 13 oz) flour, 8.1 kg (17 lb 13 oz) butter, 51.45 kg (113 lb 6 oz) milk, 16.1 kg (35 lb 7 oz) sugar, and 4.1 kg (9 lb) baking powder.
6086Largest mascotSol Katmandu Park & Resort13 foot/feet, inch(es)Spain, Calvia (Magalluf),,Sol Katmandu Park & Resort, Magaluf, Spain25 April 2014The largest mascot is a 13 m (42 ft 7.8 in) tall yeti named "Boro the Great" who is the mascot for Sol Katmandu Park & Resort in Magaluf, Spain, and was measured on 25 April 2014.
6087Most people singing a national/regional anthem simultaneouslyMinistry of Cultural Affairs, Government of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh254537 peopleBangladesh, Dhaka,National Parade Ground26 March 2014The most people singing a national anthem simultaneously is 254,537 and was achieved by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Government of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh (Bangladesh) at the National Parade Ground in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 26 March 2014.
6088Fastest string/can stilt walking - 50mSteven BellUnited States, Cuero04 August 2010The fastest 50 m on can and string stilts was 9.7 sec by Steven Bell (USA) in Cuero, Texas, USA, on 4 August 2010. The attempt was completed on a local athletics track, where Bell used string and canned chicken cans to break the previous record by more than 2.5 sec.Bell was witnessed by pastor Glen R. Moore, Jr., and managing editor of The Cuero Record, Coy Slavik.
6089Oldest national parkYellowstone National Park. firstUnited States, Yellowstone National Park01 January 1872Yellowstone National Park, USA, was the first area to be designated a national park anywhere in the world. It was given its status in 1872 by US president Ulysses S Grant, who declared that it would always be 'dedicated and set apart as a public park or pleasuring ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people'. The park covers 8,980 km² (3,470 miles²), mostly in the state of Wyoming.Pic: Alamy
6090Fastest Easy Sudoku CompletionThomas Snyder2/8.53 minute(s), second(s)United States, BookExpo America,Washington DCThe fastest time to complete an Easy Sudoku puzzle is 2 min 8.53 sec by Thomas Snyder (USA) at BookExpo America, Washington DC, USA on 20 May 2006.The attempt was carried out under the auspices of the International Sudoku Organisation and the puzzles were created by Sudoku Grand Master Mike Mepham. Thomas Snyder is American champion and was the second-place finisher at the first World Sudoku Championships in Lucca, Italy in March 2006.

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