Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

6181Most slings applied in relay in one hourSt Johns Ambulance WalesUnited Kingdom, Cardiff07 July 2005A total of 215 arm slings were applied in 60 minutes by children from St Fagan’s Church in Wales Primary School and trainers from St John Cymru Wales in Cardiff, UK, on 7 July 2005.
6182Largest networked chess computerChessBrainDenmark, Copenhagen30 January 2004On 30 January 2004, Danish Grand Master Peter Heine Nielsen played a game of chess against ChessBrain, the world's largest networked chess computer. It consisted of 2,070 computers located in 56 countries, which simultaneously combined their processing power. The match was professionally referreed and took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ended in a draw after 34 moves. The ChessBrain project was founded by Carlos Justiniano (USA) and Colin Frayn (UK).
6183Most powerful aurora in the Solar SystemJupiterNot Applicable08 January 2004The aurorae on Jupiter are around 1,000 times more powerful than Earth's. They are caused by energetic particles from the Sun being channelled onto the Jovian poles by Jupiter's magnetic field and causing atoms in its upper atmosphere to glow like the gas in a neon tube. It produces around a million megawatts of energy, enough to power 100 major cities on Earth.The bands and curtains of the Jovian aurorae can be as large as the Earth.
6184Largest collection of policeman's patchesRichard DoyleUnited Kingdom, Redcar18 February 2009The largest collection of policeman?s patches belongs to Richard Doyle (UK), with 10,050 different patches from all over the world, as of 18 February 2009.
6185Fastest 100 m abseilSteve TrugliaUnited Kingdom, London04 September 2004Steve Truglia (UK) abseiled 100 m (328 ft 1 in) in 8.99 sec from the Centre Point tower, London, UK, on 4 September 2004, for the Guinness World Records: 50 Years, 50 Records TV show.
6186Hopping - fastest 100 metresRommell GriffithBarbados, St. Michael31 March 2007The fastest 100m hopping on one leg was set by Rommell Griffith (Barbados) in 15.57 sec as part of the Barbados World Record Festival at the Barbados National Stadium, St Michael, Barbados on 31 March 2007.
6187Largest hokey cokey danceFRY Fest7384 peopleUnited States, Coralville03 September 2010The largest hokey cokey dance was 7,384 participants, and was organised by FRY Fest (USA) at FRY Fest in Coralville, Iowa, USA on 3 September 2010.The attempt was organized by Sara Beck of Cedar Rapids in honor of her mother, Carmella Gallagher, who passed away in 2003. Carmella loved to dance and it was a dream of hers to be in Guinness World Records. The record attempt took place at FRY Fest, an annual festival celebrating all things related to the Iowa Hawkeyes college football team, and the hokey pokey was led by legendary Iowa football coach Hayden Fry. Amanda Mochan adjudicated.
6188Fastest 100 metres frog jumpingAshrita FurmanUnited States, New York City27 March 2010The fastest 100 metres frog jumping is 7 minutes 18 seconds and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) in the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy, on 27 March 2010.The guidelines require that the contestant hold their big toes throughout the attempt.
6189Fastest marathon backwards on inline skatesTomasz Kwiecien1/39/59 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Poland, Warsaw,,Roller Cup Warszawa-Wilanów Marathon22 September 2013The fastest marathon backwards on inline skates is 1 hr 39 min 59 sec and was achieved by Tomasz Kwiecien (Poland) at the Roller Cup Warszawa-Wilanów Marathon in Warsaw, Poland, on 22 September 2013.
6190Most consecutive hand spins (1990s) - breakdanceMauro PeruzziItaly10 August 2010The most consecutive hand spins (1990's) is 27 and was achieved by Mauro Peruzzi (ITALY), also known as Cico, in Paese, Treviso, Italy, on 10 August 2010.Video of the attempt
6191Most faces painted in 4 hours (team)Helen Elvins, Helen Eyre, Sandra Crofts, Rosie Watson, Jane AmattUnited Kingdom, Birmingham,,Aston Villa Football Stadium18 April 2012The most faces painted in four hours is 680, by a team of five face painters – Helen Elvins, Helen Eyre, Sandra Crofts, Rosie Watson and Jane Amatt (all UK) – in Birmingham, UK, on 18 April 2012.The faces were painted at Aston Villa Football Stadium in Birmingham to raise money for a local charity, Edward’s Trust, who support bereaved children and families.
6192Most paper aircraft launched simultaneouslyRealizar Impact MarketingPortugal, Porto02 November 2007The record for the most paper aircraft launched simultaneously is 12,672, and was organised by REALIZAR IMPACT MARKETING and FC PORTO at the Dragao Stadium, Porto, Portugal, on 2 November 2007.
6193Most skips in 30 secondsMegumi Suzuki162 timesJapan, 12 March 2010The most skips in 30 seconds was 162 and was achieved by Megumi Suzuki (Japan) for Bikkuri Chojin Special #3 (Fuji TV) in Tokyo, Japan, on 12 March 2010.The attempt was part of the TV show 'Bikkuri Chojin Special #3.'
6194First national pinball competitionBig Whiffle TournamentfirstUnited States, MilwaukeeThe first national pinball championship was the "Big Whiffle Tournament" ­- whiffle being considered the first pinball machine ­- was held between 24 and 26 May 1935 in the Futuristic Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, and attracted hundreds of pinball players from all across the USA. It featured 200 whiffle pinball tables and promised $1,000 (£520) in prizes (including a "fine bedroom suite"). The event was conducted as a charity fundraiser for the Badger State Advancement Association of the Blind, and certain whiffles were adapted to allow blind teams to compete in the event!
6195Fastest run backwards 20 kmMike Henderson2/22/39 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, New Haven06 September 2004The record for the fastest time to run 20 km (12.4 miles) backwards is 2 hr 22 min 39 sec and was set by Mike Henderson (USA) at the New Alliance New Haven 20 km Road Race, New Haven, Connecticut, USA on 6 September 2004.
6196Fastest marathon barefootAbebe Bikila2/15/16.2 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rome10 September 1960The fastest marathon run in bare feet is 2 hr 15 min 16.2 sec by Abebe Bikila (Ethiopia) at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, on 10 September 1960.
6197Largest fruit cakeFabrizio SepeGermany, HodenhagenThe largest fruit cake weighs 4,353 kg (9,596 lb 11 oz) and was achieved by Dr. Fabrizio Sepe (Italy) in Hodenhagen, Germany on 24 May 2014.The cake was made of strawberies, tangerines, peaches and ananas. A total of 440 trays were baked, 20 people worked 250 hours to prepare it. After the attempt the cake was distributed to the audience. Measurements: length: 12 m and width: 8 m. The record attempt was made to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the zoo. Ingredients: 1,600 kg strawberries, 80 kg ananas, 100 kg tangerines, 120 kg peaches, 360 liters milk, 500 kg flour, 800 kg sugar, 50 kg gelatine (pie cast), 500 kg butter, 40 kg cream powder, 1,000 eggs, 100 kg oil, 5 kg baking powder.
6198Most powerful distributed computing networkFolding@homeUnited States, Palo Alto, CA16 September 2007On 16 September 2007 Folding@home, a distributed computing network operating from Stanford University (USA) achieved a computing power of 1 petaflop – or 1 quadrillion floating point operations per second. The project uses the power of peoples’ home computers, as well as their PlayStation3s, to simulate the processes inside living cells that can lead to diseases such as Parkinson’s and certain forms of cancer.
6199Fastest time to ski to the South Pole by a team (unsupported)Mads Agerup, Christian Eide, Morten Andvig, Rune MidtgaardNot Applicable, South Pole26 December 2008Christian Eide, Morten Andvig, Rune Midtgaard and Mads Agerup (all Norway) trekked from the Messner Start on the Filchner Ice Shelf to the Geographic South Pole in 24 days 8 hours and 57 mins between 2 December and 26 December 2008.
6200Largest collection of stamps featuring OlympicsFei Bao JinChina, Kunming10 December 2007The record for the largest collection of stamps featuring Olympics belongs to Jin Fei Bao (China), with a total of 15,183 stamps, as of 10 December 2007, which he has been collecting since 2001.
6201Largest stand up in one weekUnited Nations Millennium CampaignUnited States, Multiple Venues (Globally)19 October 2008The record for most people to 'Stand Up Against Poverty' in one week was set from 17 to 19 October 2008 for the The United Nations Millennium Campaign in partnership with the Global Call to Action Against Poverty and a range of other partners during the Stand Up Take Action events and involved a massive total of 116,993,629 participants in 7,777 events around the globe.
6202Most dogs in costumed attireNestle Purina Pet CareUnited States, Saint Louis12 February 2012The most dogs in costumed attire at a single location is 1,326 and was achieved by Nestle Purina Pet Care (USA) at the Beggin' Pet Parade in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA, on 12 February 2012.The record was set at the 19th annual pet parade.
6203Most powerful pulsed spallation neutron sourceSpallation Neutron Source300 kilowatt hour(s)United States, OakRidge, TN14 February 2008The Spallation Neutron Source at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (USA) is the most powerful of its kind in the world. By using a proton beam to pound a mercury target with more than 300 kilowatts of energy, it is able to produce 4.8x10(^16) neutrons per second. These neutrons will eventually be focussed into beams that will allow the molecular analysis of advanced materials.(^16) = to the power of 16.
6204Fastest 400 m joggling with five objects - maleMatthew FeldmanUnited States, Gainesville09 August 2011The fastest 400m while juggling five objects was achieved in 1 min 10.50 sec by Matthew Feldman (USA) at Polo Park Junior High School in Wellington, Florida, on 9 August 2011.Feldman has attempted several Guinness World Records for running and juggling (or 'joggling') and claims that he combined his two passions together into one to save time!
6205Fastest mile bounce juggling three objects (male)Ashrita Furman7/27 minute(s), second(s)United States, New York21 June 2012The fastest mile covered whilst bounce juggling three objects is 7 min 27 sec achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Jamaica High School athletic track in New York, New York, USA, on 21 June 2012.
6206Fastest 1 km joggling with three objects - maleEric Walter2/46.63 minute(s), second(s)United States, Adrian, Michigan17 April 2013The fastest 1 km joggling with three objects is 2 min 46.63 sec and was achieved by Eric Walter (USA) in Adrian, Michigan, USA, on 17 April 2013.
6207Fastest time to pull an articulated bus over 50 mPascal LalouxBelgium, Namur13 April 2008The fastest time to pull an articulated bus over 50 m (164 ft) is 43.09 seconds and was achieved by Pascal Laloux (Belgium) in Namur, Belgium, on 13 April 2008.
6208Longest hammer throw on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii)Klayton SchauflerUnited States, Lake Stevens28 January 2013The longest hammer throw on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games is 97.10 meters (318 ft 6 in), achieved by Klayton Schaufler (USA) in Lake Stevens, Washington, USA, on 28 January 2013.
6209First controversial videogameDeath Racefirst, 01 January 1976Originally titled Pedestrian, Exidy’s 1976 game Death Race is usually cited as the first controversial video game. It was based on the movie Death Race 2000 (USA 1975), starring David Carradine, and was a simple driving game that challenged the player to run over as many “gremlins” as possible within a time limit. Many were concerned that it might inspire reckless driving and the game’s notoriety provoked press coverage in the National Enquirer and television outrage on 60 Minutes.
6210Fastest marathon wearing armourPeter Pedersen6/46/59 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Denmark, Odense21 September 2008The fastest marathon in armour is 6 hr 46 min 59 sec and was achieved by Peter Pedersen (Denmark) at the HC Andersen Marathon, Odense, Denmark, on 21 September 2008. Peter wore full medieval battle armour including boots, helmet, gauntlets and the total weight was 28 kg before and after the race.

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