Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

6151Most expensive advertisement (commercial) on televisionChanel33000000 US dollar(s)France, 01 November 2004A four minute feature film made by director Baz Lurhmann (Australia) advertising Chanel No. 5 perfume is the world’s most expensive TV advertisement costing £18 million ($33 million) to produce. Starring Nicole Kidman (Australia) as a Marilyn Monroe-style actress who is pursued by paparazzi, the advert made its debut on the big screen in cinema’s throughout the USA on 1 November 2004 and subsequently premiered on USA television on 11 November 2004.Having made its initial debut on the big screen in the USA, the advert went on to be shown in cinemas and subsequently television screens throughout Australia, UK, France and the Netherlands from November 2004.The glamorous production awarded Nicole Kidman a fee of 2 million ($3.7 million) to appear and featured couture outfits by designer Karl Lagerfeld and a sound track by classical composer Debussy.
6152Oldest rookie to start an NFL season on the active rosterBen GrahamUnited States01 January 2005Ben Graham (USA), playing for the New York Jets, is the oldest rookie to start an NFL season on an active roster. Graham, a punter, was 31 years old, at the start of the 2005 season. Ola Kimrin (Sweden), a placekicker, played in five games at 32 years old for the Washington Redskins, during the 2004 season, becoming the oldest rookie ever to play in an NFL game.
6153Longest journey kite surfing (female)Anke Brandt135.16 nautical mile(s)Bahrain, Amwaj01 March 2014The longest continuous kitesurfing journey by a woman is 135.16 nautical miles (250.32 km or 155.54 miles), achieved by Anke Brandt (Germany) between Amwaj Marina and Al Dar Island, Bahrain, on 1 March 2014.
6154Most expensive soupKai Mayfair190 US dollar(s)United Kingdom, Kai Mayfair restaurant,London14 June 2005The most expensive bowl of soup commercially available costs £108 ($190) and is featured on the menu at the Kai Mayfair restaurant, London, UK.The soup is called Buddha Jumps Over the Wall and contains shark’s fin, abalone, Japanese flower mushroom, sea cucumber, dried scallops, chicken, huan ham, pork and ginseng. Due to its unique nature, the dish has to be pre-ordered 5 days in advance.
6155Deepest live broadcast on the radioCBC Radio Points NorthCanada, Creighton MineThe deepest live radio broadcast was performed underground by CBC Radio Points North (Canada) at the 7,680 ft (2,340 m) level of Creighton Mine, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada on 24 May 2005.Dan Lessard (Canada) hosted the 2 hour show consisting of recorded material as well as live music and interviews from a refuge station deep below the surface.
6156Most air pistol shooting targets hit in one minuteManuel Alexandre-AugrandFrance, Benodet25 August 2005The record for the most air pistol shooting targets hit in one minute from a distance of 10 m (33 ft) is 19 and was set by Manuel Alexandre-Augrand (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Benodet, France on 25 August 2005.
6157Treadmill, greatest distance covered in one week - femaleSharon GayterUnited Kingdom, Middlesbrough21 December 2011The greatest distance run on a treadmill in one week is 833.05 km (517.63 miles) and was achieved by Sharon Gayter (UK) at Teesside University in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, UK, from 14 to 21 December 2011.
6158First Grammy-winning artist to be stripped of their awardMilli VanilliUnited States01 January 1990In 1990, pop duo Milli Vanilli ­ aka Fabrice Morvan (France) and Rob Pilatus (USA) ­ won Best New Artist for their album Girl You Know It's True. However, when it was revealed that the only roles the two men had played in the creation of the album were appearing on its cover and lip-synching along to professional singers in the video ­ they were exposed during a 'live' performance on MTV when a song they were miming to began skipping ­ they were stripped of their Grammy.
6159Miniature golf, most holes in 24 hours, fourballMGC Olympia Kiel e.V.Germany, Rendsburg20 March 2005The most holes of miniature golf played by a fourball in 24 hours is 1,440 and was set by two teams from MGC Olympia Kiel e.V. at Miniaturegolfhalle, Rendsburg, Germany from 19-20 March 2005Team A: Marco Balzer, Daniel Christ, Leif Markmann and Jan-Christophe ThedenTeam B: Hans-Knut Martin, Rene Lemke, Ralph Brandt and Thilo ThomsenThey did 80 complete rounds of 18 holes as a fourball 18x80=1440.As the name suggests this was an indoor course.
6160Largest collection of mushroom-related itemsShara HoffmanUnited States, Phoenix15 August 2006The record for the largest collection of mushroom-related items belongs to Shara Hoffman (USA), with 263 different mushroom-related items, which she has been collecting since 2000.
6161Most pool balls pocketed in 24 hours (UK table)Paul Sullivan16511 total numberUK, Royal Oak,Hirst Courtney,N Yorks18 April 1998The greatest number of balls pocketed on a UK table in 24 hours is 16,511 by Paul Sullivan (UK) at the Royal Oak, Hirst Courtney, N Yorks on 17-18 Apr 1998.
6162Coldest desertMcMurdo Dry Valleys4800 square kilometre(s)Not Applicable, Antarctica01 January 2005The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica, receive less than 100 mm (4 in) of precipitation per year and have a mean annual temperature of -20ºC (-4ºF). With an area of around 4,800 km² (1,850 miles²), they represent the largest ice-free area on the continent. Despite the inhospitable conditions, and a complete lack of sunlight for much of the year, this polar desert does support life. [what creatures live here?]
6163Longest marathon playing marblesMichael Gray, Jenna GrayAustralia, Sydney12 February 2006The record for the longest marbles playing marathon is 26 hours, achieved by Michael Gray and Jenna Gray (both Australia), who continuously played the street game at First Fleet Park, The Rocks, Sydney, Australia, from 11-12 February 2006.
6164First crossword puzzle bookThe Cross Word Puzzle BookfirstUnited States, 01 January 1924The first collection of crossword puzzles was published in the USA in 1924. Called The Cross Word Puzzle Book it was the first publication by a new partnership formed by Dick Simon and Lincoln Schuster. The book, a compilation of crossword puzzles from US newspaper New York World, was an instant success and helped to establish publishing giant Simon & Schuster, who continue to produce crossword books to this day.[NB “Cross” and “Word” remained separate until the late 1920s]
6165Fastest time to paint 10 square metresWilhelm Probst4/40 minute(s), second(s)Austria, Vienna16 September 2006The fastest time to paint a 10 square meter wall is 4 minutes 40 seconds and was set by Wilhelm Probst (Austria) and organised by bauMax AG during the event Vienna Recordia, in Vienna, Austria, on 16 September 2006.
6166Fastest mile hopping on one leg and jumping ropePeter Nestler24/44.57 minute(s), second(s)United States, Tulsa04 December 2013The fastest mile hopping on one leg and jumping rope is 24 min 44.57 sec and was achieved by Peter Nestler (USA) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, on 4 December 2013.
6167Longest Motorcycle Superman Seat Grab JumpRobbie MaddisonAustralia, Queensland Raceway,IpswichRobbie Maddison (Australia), also Known as the Master of Disaster, set the world record for the longest trick on a bike travelling 246 foot with a Superman Seat Grab at the Crusty Demons night of world records Queensland Raceway, Ipswich, Australia on 14 May 2005.
6168Most live concerts headlined in 24 hours (multiple cities)Hunter HayesUnited States, 10 different cities in New EnglandThe most live concerts performed in 24 hours in multiple cities is ten, and was achieved by Hunter Hayes (USA) at various cities in the USA on 9-10 May 2014.The attempt was celebrating the May 6th release of his new album Storyline. The tour was also a fundraiser for Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity.
6169First cloned dogSnuppyfirstKorea (South), Soeul24 April 2005The first cloned dog to survive birth is Snuppy, an Afghan hound puppy, created by Hwang Woo-Suk (South Korea) and his team of scientists at Seoul National University (SNU) in South Korea, after which the dog was named. Snuppy's growth was stimulated when a donor egg cell fused with DNA from the ear of Tie (three-year-old male Afghan hound), before being transferred to a surrogate golden labrador female for 60 full days of pregnancy, before being born by caesarean on 25 April 2005.Snuppy celebrated his first birthday in 2006.
6170Most people spinning fireAmeno Signum e.V.Germany, Neunburg vorm Wald01 September 2012The most people spinning fire is 250 and was achieved by Ameno Signum e.V. (Germany) in Neunburg vorm Wald, Germany, on 1 September 2012.
6171Largest arancinoAmalia Bucurei, Gatronomia Aurora, Francesco Giuseppe Trovato20.205 kilogram(s)Italy, Linguaglossa24 September 2011The largest arancino weighed 20.205 kg (44 lb 0.54 oz) and was made by Amalia Bucurei, Francesco Giuseppe Trovato and Gastronomia Aurora (all Italy), in Linguaglossa, Italy, on 24 September 2011.The ingredients used to make the arancino were: rice (cooked in stock and onion) , tomato sauce with meat and peas, flower, water, breadcrumbs, eggs, salt and pepper.
6172Most potato stripes cut on a balloon in 30 secondsXingyong TanChina, Beijing31 October 2007The most potato stripes cut on a balloon in 30 seconds is 38 and was achieved by Xingyong Tan (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 31 October 2007.
6173Most skateboard back-side back-foot ollie-impossibles in one minuteRob Dyrdek15 timesUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The most skateboard back-side back-foot ollie-impossibles is 15 by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
6174Most skateboard nollie kickflips in one minuteRob Dyrdek22 timesUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The most nollie kickflips in one minute is 22 by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
6175Most simultaneous games of GoMorihiko Hiramatsu500 total numberJapan, Oita06 June 1999The record for the most games of Go played simultaneously is 500, involving 1,000 players and it was set at Take-machi-dohri and Chuo-cho Shopping Streets, Oita, Japan on 6 June 1999.
6176Forward rolls - greatest distance in one hour (team)Mid-Island Gym Sports10163.66 metre(s)New Zealand, Rotorua16 September 2008The greatest distance travelled forward rolling by a team in one hour is 10,163.66 m (33,345 ft 3 in) and was set by 12 members of the Mid Island Gymsports (all New Zealand) at the Energy Events Centre, Rotorua, New Zealand, on 16 September 2008.The team completed 169 laps. Each lap was completed in relay and measured 60.14 m.
6177Fastest 10 metres frog jumpingAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica07 November 2007The fastest time to frog jump (holding on to one’s toes) over 10 m (32 ft 9.6 in) is 8.22 sec set by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Jamaica High School Track in Jamaica, New York, USA, on 7 November 2007.
6178Longest duration lip trillRobert UominiUnited States, Kensington01 August 2001The longest continual lip trill was held for 80 seconds by Robert Uomini (USA) in Kensington, California, USA, on 10 August 2001.
6179Largest Collection of demitasse cupsPaul PisasaleAustralia, Ipswich11 March 2008Paul Pisasale (Australia) has a collection of 650 different demitasse cups, as of 11 March 2008, which he has amassed since 1993. The cups are displayed at the Ipswich City Council Chambers, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia.
6180Fastest hundred in an ICC World Cup match (male)Kevin O’BrienIndia, ,,2011 World CupBangalore’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium, India02 March 2011During a match in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, Irish all-rounder Kevin O’Brien hit 100 runs off just 50 balls – an average of 12 per over, or two per ball! O’Brien went on to score 113 in a three-wicket win over England at Bangalore’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium, India, on 2 March 2011.

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