Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
6091Most participants in a 5 km run (multi-location)Cancer Research UKUnited Kingdom, London04 June 2006The largest simultaneous 5 km run was set by Cancer Research UK at the Race For Life One Big Day event and involved 101,246 participants at 23 locations across the UK, on 4 June 2006.
6092Most consecutive donuts (spins) in a car while standing on the roof of the carAlberto Aires Wierzbicki52 timesBrazil, Pinhais12 August 2012The most consecutive donuts (spins) whilst stood on the roof of the car is 52 and was achieved by Alberto Aires Wierzbicki (Brasil) in Pinhais, Paraná, Brasil, on 12 August 2012.
6093Youngest individual to win Most Valuable Player award of All-Star gameLeBron JamesUnited States, Houston,Texas19 February 2006LeBron James is the youngest Most Valuable Player award winner of the NBA All-Star Game (21 years, 51 days), scoring 29 points and sparking a second-half comeback as the Eastern Conference rallied for a 122-120 victory over the Western Conference, in Houston, Texas, on 19 February 2006. Oscar Robertson (b. 24 November 1938) was the previous youngest winner in 1961 (22 years, 55 days). James is also the first member of the Cleveland Cavaliers (USA) to win All-Star MVP honors.
6094Largest baton, conductor'sHarmonie Amicitia RoggelNetherlands, Roggel30 October 2010The largest conductor's baton measured 4.25 m (13 ft 11 in) and was manufactured by the Harmonie Amicitia Roggel (Netherlands). The baton was used by conductor Bas Clabbers (Netherlands) during a concert in Heythuysen, Netherlands, on 30 October 2010.The original baton was 45.2 cm (1 ft 5 in) long.
6095Largest halvaNazareth Halva FactoryIsrael, Nazareth15 August 2009The largest halva weighed 3,811 kg (8,402 lb) and was created by Nazareth Halva Factory (Israel), in Nazareth, Israel, on 14 October 2009.The halva is 206.4 meters (677.16 ft) in length, 46 cm (1.51 ft) wide and 3.5 cm (1.3 in) thick. The following ingredients were used in making the halva: Sugar 810 kg (1785.74 lb), Glucose and water 689 kg (1518.98 lb), cocoa 28 kg (61.73 lb), flour 2,120 kg (4673.8 lb), halva stem 137 kg (302.03 lb) and 100 kg (220.46 lb) of pistachio and pine.
6096Most expensive bottle of water sold at auctionPlan3t Foundation774000 UK pound(s)Mexico, Mexico, City04 March 2010The most expensive bottle of water sold at auction was for $774,000 pesos, $60,000 US (£39,357) at an auction organised by Plan3t Foundation A.C. at La Hacienda de los Morales, Mexico City, Mexico on, 4 March 2010.The glass bottle is covered in 24-karat gold and is based on artwork by the late Italian artist Amedeo Clemente Modigliani. The funds raised from the auction were donated to the foundation to battle global warming.
6097Largest hypostyle (pillared) hallAmon-ReEgyptThe hypostyle (pillared) hall of the temple of Amon-Re at Karnak in Egypt had a roof supported by 134 giant columns and is 102 m (335 ft) long and 53 m (174 m) wide, giving it a floor area of approximately 5,000 m² (54,000 ft²). This is big enough to accommodate nearly 26 tennis courts. It was commissioned by Ramses I in around 1290BC.
6098Most desert races ran in one yearSandy McCallumMorocco, Quarzazate31 March 2007The record for the most desert races ran in one year held by Sandy McCallum (Canada) who ran 6 desert races, between 28 May 2006 and 31 March 2007.A list of the 6 races:1.Gobi March, Gobi Desert, China, 28 May - 3 June 20062. Atacama Crossing, Atacama Desert, Chile, 23 - 29 July 20063. Sahara Race, Shara Desert, Egypt, 29 October - 4 November 20064. Grand Raid Sahara, Sahara Desert, Mauritania, 29 January - 3 February 20075. Libyan Challenge, Sahara Desert, Libya, 4 - 11 March 20076. Marathon des Sables, Sahara Desert, Morroco, 23 March - 2 April 2007
6099Farthest mobile phone throw by an individual (male)Chris HughffUK01 January 2007The farthest distance that a mobile (cell) phone has been thrown by a male competitor is 95.83 m (314 ft 5 in) by Chris Hughff (UK) at the 2007 UK Mobile Throwing Championships.
6100First robot OlympicsUniversity of StrathclydefirstUnited Kingdom, Glasgow27 September 1990The 1st International Robot Olympics was held on 27–28 September 1990 at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK. An Olympic torch was carried from the Parthenon Greek restaurant through the streets of Glasgow by Trolleyman (a golf-cart-like wheeled robot that eventually suffered power failure) before robot representatives from the USA, Japan, Canada, Europe and the former Soviet Union participated in events such as collision avoidance, wall climbing, speaking and bipedal walking. Unfortunately, a carpet laid especially for the event was the undoing of most entrants, who became caught in the pile.http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg12817373.700.htmlhttp://davidbuckley.net/RS/History/Olympics.htm
6101Largest simultaneous self-check for testicular cancerDarren Couchman, The Testicle TourUnited Kingdom, Clacton-on-SeaThe largest simultaneous self-check for testicular cancer was achieved by 208 participants at an event organised by Darren Couchman and The Testicle Tour (both UK) at the Clacton Factory Outlet in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, United Kingdom, on 30 May 2010.Counting was done by log book. The attempt was led by a certified urologist.
6102Longest inline skating chainSamsung Asia Pte Ltd.Singapore, Padang06 August 2006The longest inline skating chain involved 280 participants in Padang, Singapore, for an event organised by Samsung Asia Pte Ltd. (Singapore) on 6 August 2006.
6103Most people playing swingballBarclays Stockbrokers210 peopleUnited Kingdom, Glasgow07 October 2011The most people playing swingball at a single venue is 210 and was achieved by Barclays Stockbrokers (UK) at the Kelvin Hall sports centre in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, on 7 October 2011.The attempt raised £7,000 for ClicSargent, a children's cancer charity.
6104Most matches started in consecutive regular seasons in an NFL career by a quarterbackBrett FavreUnited States, Minneapolis05 December 2010The most matches started in consecutive regular seasons in an NFL career by a quarterback was achieved by Brett Favre (USA) with 297 consecutive regular season starts through 2010. This figure does not include playoff games including these, Favre started 321 consecutive games between 1992-2010 for the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, and Minnesota Vikings.
6105Largest bamboo danceThe People of Mizoram10736 peopleIndia, Mizoram12 March 2010The largest bamboo dance (Cheraw) was achieved by 10,736 dancers during an event organised by the Government of Mizoram, in Aizawl, Mizoram, India, on 12 March 2010.Mizoram’ literally means land of the Mizo people. Mizoram is one of the Seven Sister States in North Eastern India. It shares land borders with the states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and the Chin State of Myanmar.The largest bamboo dance took place the day after the Chapchar Kut festival. This very colourful and distinctive dance of the Mizos is called ‘Cheraw’. Little is known about the origin of Cheraw. Possibly the forefathers of Mizos brought it with them when they left their homes in far-east Asia. Cheraw is performed on any occasion these days. But, as the legend goes, it used to be performed in earlier times only to ensure a safe passage for the soul of a mother who died at childbirth. Cheraw is, therefore, a dance of sanctification and redemption performed with great care, precision and elegance. Long bamboo starves are used for this dance, therefore many people call it 'Bamboo Dance'. The dancers move by stepping alternatively in and out from between and across a pair of horizontal bamboos, held against the ground by people sitting face to face on either side. They tap the bamboos in rhythmic beats. The bamboos, placed horizontally, are supported by two bases, one at each end. The bamboos, when clapped, produce a sound which forms the rhythm of the dance. It indicates the timing of the dance as well. The dancers steps in and out to the beats of the bamboos with ease and grace. The patterns and stepping of the dance have many vibrations. Sometimes the steppings are made to imitate the movement of birds, sometimes the swaying of trees and so on.During the world record’s attempt on 12 March 2010 146 sets of dancers each formed by 16 people performed at the Rifle Ground for a total of 2,496 dancers. The rest 515 Sets (515 x 16 = 8,240) performed along the road of Aizawl, from Chanmari to Sikulpuikawn covering 3 Kilometres.
6106Smallest multimedia playerMPIO-OneUnited Kingdom01 August 2005In August 2005, MPIO (UK) launched the MPIO-One, a 34-g (1.2-oz) media player measuring just 3.2 x 5.4 cm (1.2 x 2.1 in). It can play MPEG-4, WMV, AVI and Div-X video files (as well as MP3, WMA and OGG audio files), and has a 2.64-cm (1.04-in) OLED screen capable of displaying up to 26,000 colours.
6107Largest LCD screen flexibleLG Philips36.3 centimetre(s)Korea (South), 01 January 2008LG Philips created the largest flexible flexible LCD screen to date, a 36.3-cm (14.3-in) e-paper display. Less than 300 micrometers thin, the panel, made from metal fopil and plastic substrates instead of glass, has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and is capable of displaying 16.7 million colors. The e-pare display debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA in 2008.
6108First film based on an advertisementHey Vern, It's Ernest!United States01 January 1986The character Ernest P. Worrell, played by actor Jim Varney (USA), was originally created by US advertising agency Carden and Cherry in 1980.He proved extremely popular and a spin-off television series, Hey Vern, It's Ernest!, was subsequently produced. Ernest's first movie, Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam, was released in 1986, and he went on to star in a further nine productions.
6109Longest winning streak at the end of a NHL ice hockey seasonNew Jersey DevilsUnited States18 April 2006The New Jersey Devils (USA) won their last 11 regular-season games of the 2005-06 season to set the National Hockey League (NHL) record for the longest winning streak at the end of a season. The streak, which went from 28 March to 18 April 2006, broke the previous record of 9 held by the 1954-55 Detroit Red Wings (USA) and the 1986-87 Montreal Canadiens (Canada).
6110Fastest marathon dressed as ElvisIan Sharman2/42/52 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Seattle, Washington29 November 2009The fastest marathon dressed as Elvis is 2 hr 42 min 52 sec by Ian Sharman(UK) at the 2009 Seattle Marathon in Washington, USA, on 29 November 2009.Ian crossed the finish line wearing a high-rise pompadour wig and a white jumper suit. He managed to reclaim the title he previously held in 2008.
6111Largest stickerIGA Digital Printing and SamsungChina, ??01 November 2010The largest sticker measures 63.98 m x 127.26 m (209 ft 10 in x 417 ft 6 in) with a total area of 8,141.84 m2 (87637.69 ft2) and was made by IGA Digital Printing for Samsung (China). It was displayed on the Zheng Jia Square Building in Guang Zhou, China, on 1 November 2010. The building had a sticker on all four sides. For the record, only the largest sticker on one of the sides was measured.
6112Most balls releasedRealizar Impact Marketing LPortugal, Lisbon05 June 2010The most balls released simultaneously is 10,000 at the Mega Pic-Nic 2010 organized by Realizar Eventos Especiais and Modelo in Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon, Portugal, on 5 June 2010.The record was broken in addition to "Most people wearing red noses" at the event, which attracted more than 110,000 people in what what was a daylong send-off to the Portuguese men's national soccer team before the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The net held 20,100 red balls but it was determined that only 10,000 were released in the alotted time period.
6113Most consecutive skateboard nollie kickflipsRob Dyrdek73 timesUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The most consecutive skateboard nollie kickflips is 73 by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
6114Highest diversity of plants per unit areaJuan Fernandez IslandsChile, Juan Fernandez30 December 2002The area of the world regarded as having the greatest diversity and endemism of plants per unit area is the small island of Juan Fernández in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile which has a total surface area of 100 km² (39 miles²). In this small area scientists have so far identified 209 species of vascular plants, 126 of which are endemic, an endemic plant family (Lactoridaceae), a primitive dicotyledon and twelve fully endemic plant genera.Source: International Union for the Conservation of Nature, 2002
6115Longest one-handed golf carryCristian Sterning282 yard(s)United Kingdom, St Andrews18 June 2005The longest golf carry with one hand is 282 yd (257 m, 843 ft 2 in) by Cristian Sterning (Sweden) at St Andrews Bay Golf Resort and Spa, St Andrews, Scotland, on 18 June 2005.
6116Smallest dog living (length)Brandy15.2 centimetre(s)United States, LargoThe smallest dog in terms of length is Heaven Sent Brandy, a female chihuahua who measured 15.2 cm (6 in) from the nose to the tip of the tail on 31 January 2005. Brandy lives with her owner, Paulette Keller in Largo, Florida, USA.Brandy's date of birth is 31 December 2003.
6117Fastest maglev train in regular public serviceShanghai Transrapid maglev train431 kilometre(s) per hourChina, Shanghai01 January 2003The magnetically levitated (maglev) train linking China's Shanghai International Airport and the city's financial district, reaches a top speed of 431 km/h (267.8 mph) on each 30 km (18 mile) run. The train, built by Germany's Transrapid International, had its official maiden run on 31 December 2002.Maglev trains use the power of electromagnetism to levitate the carriages above the guideways, meaning that there is effectively no contact (and friction) between train and track. The train makes the 30 km (18 mile) journey in just 8 minutes, a trip that can take up to an hour in a taxi. The train was built in under two years using technology supplied by the Transrapid consortium (consisting of Siemens and ThyssenKrupp).The train is claimed to have a top speed of 500 km/h (310.6 mph) under test conditions, but in this instance it is limited by the route length, distance between stops an other factors.Consultant notes: Because of the limited length of the track and the time taken to accelerate and decelerate, the average journey speed for this trip is 225 km/h (139.8 mph). This means that it is not the fastest train journey based on average speed -see record ID 43832.
6118Most hugs given in one hour by an individualJayasimha RaviralaIndia, Tekkali,Srikakulam,Aditya Institute of Technology and Management29 September 2012The most hugs given in one hour is 2,436 and was achieved by Jayasimha Ravirala (India) at the Aditya Institute of Technology and Management, in Tekkali, Andrha Pradesh, India, on 29 September 2012.Jayasimha Ravirala holds several Guinness World Records titles.
6119Most people spooningAustralian Medical Students' Association (AMSA)Australia, Gold Coast10 July 2013The most people spooning is 1,108 and was achieved by the Australian Medical Students' Association (Australia) at the Southport Sharks AFL Club in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, on 10 July 2013.
6120Largest chocolate (individual)Hershey Foods Corporation13852.71 tonne(s) (metric ton)United States, Hershey, PA07 July 2007The largest individual chocolate was a chocolate Hershey’s Kiss weighing 13,852.71 kg (30,540 lbs). The chocolate was made to celebrate Hershey's Kisses 100th anniversary and was displayed at Chocolate World, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA, on 7 July 2007.

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