Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
6391Ladder climbing - farthest distance in 24 hrs (male)Keith SaundersUnited Kingdom, warminster12 July 2014The farthest distance climbed on a ladder in 24 hours by an individual is 13.24 km (8.23 miles) and was achieved by Keith Saunders (UK) at Salisbury Fire Station, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK, from 11 to 12 July 2014.
6392Fastest 1 mile run wearing swim fins (individual, male)Zachary Millerminute(s), second(s)United States, Brunswick01 July 2014The fastest 1 mile run wearing swim fins is 5 minutes and 48.86 seconds as achieved by Zachary Miller (USA), at Brunswick High School, Brunswick, Maine, USA, on 1 July 2014.
6393Largest gathering of people wearing sweatbandsHumanaUnited States, Louisville26 October 2014The largest gathering of people wearing sweatbands is 4,673 achieved by Humana (USA) in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, on 26 October 2014.
6394Largest parade of roller skatersNightskating WarszawaPoland, Warsaw19 June 2014The longest chain of roller skaters consists of 4,013 participants and was achieved by Nightskating Warszawa (Poland) in Warsaw, Poland, on 19 June 2014.All participants skated along a route over 1 km long
6395Largest photo awareness campaignSagar Anjanadevi Suryakant Mane232 peopleIndia, PhaltanThe largest photo awareness campaign consists of 232 individual posters, and was organised by Sagar Anjanadevi Suryakant Mane (India), at locations across Maharashtra and completed on 29 May 2015. 232 individual posters were created and displayed across the area from photographs taken from an event attended by over 400 people.
6396Largest Soul Train danceGoodyear Ballpark426 participantsUnited States, Goodyear04 July 2014The largest Soul Train dance consists of 426 participants and was achieved by Goodyear Ballpark (USA) in Goodyear, Arizona, USA, on 4 July 2014.The attempt took place as part of USA independence day celebrations
6397Fastest time to roller skate 1 km (backwards)Prayatn Sharma1000m in 02min 8.85sec minute(s), second(s)India, Gwalior21 June 2015The fastest time to skate 1 km backwards is 2 min 8 sec, achieved by Prayatn Sharma (India), in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India, on 21 June 2015. Prayatn Sharma wore commercially available quad skates for this attempt.
6398Longest non-stop motorcycle ride - no handsMarcello Sarandrea222 kilometre(s)Italy, Rome06 March 2015The longest non-stop motorcycle ride without touching the handlebars with the hands is 222 km (137.94 miles) and was achieved by Marcello Sarandrea (Italy) riding a Yamaha Tricker 250 motorcycle, in Rome, Italy, on 6 March 2015.Marcello took 3 hours and 10 minutes to break the record on a 1,234 m circuit where he did 180 laps.
6399Oldest living muleJoe44, 112 year(s), day(s)United States, Colorado Springs09 July 2015The oldest living mule is Joe (b. 1971), aged 44 years 112 days as of 9 July 2015. Joe lives with his owner, Bert Reissig (USA) in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.Bert also owned Joe's sister Josephine.
6400Longest line of cakesDabinder Hutchinson for 'Cakes for Kids'1,604.75 m (5264 ft 11.01 in) metre(s)United Kingdom, Milton Keynes14 November 2014The longest line of cakes measured 1,604.75 m (5264 ft 11.01 in) and was achieved by 'Cakes for Kids' at a charity event at Middleton Hall in Milton Keynes, UK, on 14 November 2014.The line of cakes consisted of 26,746 individual cakes. There were twenty five schools and special needs organisations baking for the record, as well as five community centres, for the general public to drop off cakes. The record attempt was dedicated to the community of Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
6401Longest sausageS.C. Carrefour Romania S.A., Aldis SRL CalarasiRomania, Ploiesti City01 December 2014The longest sausage measures 62.75 km (38.99 miles) in length and was created by S.C. Carrefour Romania S.A. & Aldis SRL Calarasi (both Romania) in Ploiesti City, Romania on 1 December 2014.This attempt took place in a tent in the parking lot of Carrefour Ploiesti.Feature: Carrefour Romania and Aldis cook up the world’s longest sausage
6402Fastest marathon in film character costume (female)Alison Read3/45/15 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Manchester19 April 2015The fastest marathon in film character costume (female) is 3 hr 45 min 15 sec by Alison Read (UK) dressed as Neytiri from Avatar at Greater Manchester Marathon in Manchester, UK, on 19 April 2015. Read attempted to break the Guinness World Records title to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care.
6403Fastest 0-100 km/h acceleration - electric carAMZ Racing1.785 second(s)Switzerland, Dübendorf03 November 2014The fastest time to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in an electric car is 1.785 seconds and was achieved by AMZ Racing (Switzerland) at the Dübendorf Airfield, Zurich, Switzerland, on 3 November 2014. The speed was measured in two consecutive runs in opposite directions.
6404Longest balance board durationTatum Braun7/25/30.86 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Charlotte10 July 2015The longest balance board duration is 7 hours 25 minutes 30.86 seconds and was achieved by Tatum Braun (USA) in Charlotte, Vermont, USA on 10 July 2015. Tatum Braun's mother, Cricket Braun, held this record in 2005.
6405Most goals scored in a UEFA Champions League matchLionel Messi, Luiz AdrianoNot Applicable21 October 2014The most goals scored in a UEFA Champions League match is 5 and was first achieved by Lionel Messi (Argentina) playing for Barcelona (Spain) against Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany) at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain, on 7 March 2012. It was equalled by Luiz Adriano (Brazil) playing for Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) against BATE Borisov (Belarus) at the Borisov Arena, Borisov, Belarus on 21 October 2014.
6406Most people playing pinball simultaneouslyMuseum of Pinball331 peopleUnited States, Banning17 January 2015The most people playing pinball simultaneously is 331, achieved by the Museum of Pinball (USA) in Banning, California, USA, on 17 January 2015.All participants launched their first ball simultaneously and continued playing until they had completed a set.
6407Most knives caught in one minuteAshrita Furman, Ashrita FurmanUnited States, New York22 January 2015The most knives caught in one minute is 56 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) in New York, New York, USA, on 22 January 2015. This is the sixth time that this team has broken this record.
6408Most people playing hopscotch simultaneouslySatilla School621 peopleUnited States, Douglas17 April 2015The most people playing hopscotch simultaneously is 621, and was achieved by Satilla Elementary School (USA) in Douglas, Georgia, USA, on 17 April 2015. All people played together simultaneously across multiple hopscotch courses.
6409Largest gathering of people dressed as nursery rhyme charactersAltmore-Lathom School's Federation925 participantsUnited Kingdom, London05 March 2015The largest gathering of people dressed as nursery rhyme characters is 925 and was achieved by Altmore-Lathom School's Federation (UK), on World Book Day, in London, UK, on 5 March 2015. School's pupils from Reception to Year 6 as well as staff dressed up as characters from main nursery rhymes:Hickory Dickory Dock Little Bo Peep Five Little Speckled Frogs There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe Grand Old Duke Of York and Wee Willie Winkie.
6410Largest prenatal yoga classShenyang Madein Women’s and Children’s Hospital Co. Ltd553 participantsChina, ShenyangThe largest prenatal yoga class involved 553 participants and was achieved by Shenyang Madein Women's and Children's Hospital (China) in Shenyang, Liaoning, China on 10 May 2015.The lesson lasted 33 minutes and 26 seconds.
6411Longest group drum rollCorps of Drums of Her Majesty's Royal Marines Band Service64/27/59 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, LondonThe longest group drum roll is 64 hr 27 min 59 sec and was achieved by the Corps of Drums of Her Majesty's Royal Marines Band Service (UK) at the Tower of London, London, UK, on 3 May 2014. Forty members of the Corps of Drums of Her Majesty's Royal Marines Band Service took it in turns to drum on the same single snare drum. The record attempt was to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines founded in 1664. The actors Harrison Ford and Tom Hardy were present to launch the record attempt on 30 April 2014.Read more: Tom Hardy and Harrison Ford give their support as Royal Marines begin drum marathon attempt in London
6412Highest margin of victory against computer on FIFA 14Patrick HadlerGermany, Rethem31 March 2014The highest margin of victory against computer on FIFA 14 is 322 goals, and was achieved by Patrick Hadler (Germany), in Rethem, Germany, on 31 March 2014.
6413Youngest auctioneerMegan DaviesUnited Kingdom, Dowlais07 January 2014The youngest auctioneer is Megan Davies (UK, b. 17 June 2004) who became certified as an auctioneer on 7 January 2014, aged 9 years 204 days.
6414Most accurate playing card throwingRick Smith, Jr.United States, Cleveland, OH22 April 2014The most accurate playing card throwing is 46 and was achieved by Rick Smith Jr. (USA) in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on 22 April 2014.
6415Largest house cleaning lessonMidea Water Heater589 participantsChina, Guangzhou22 June 2014The largest house-cleaning lesson involved 589 participants and was achieved by Midea Water Heater (China) at the Guangzhou Development Zone Workers Service Center, Guangdong, China, on June 22nd, 2014.
6416Farthest basketball shot made backwardsThunder Lawfoot/feet, inch(es)United States, Phoenix03 November 2014The farthest basketball shot made backwards is 25 m (82 ft 2 in) and was achieved by Thunder Law of the Harlem Globetrotters (USA) at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on 3 November 2014.
6417Most people planting flower bulbs simultaneouslyStockland Green Community Group850 peopleUnited Kingdom, Birmingham,Stockland Green09 November 2014The most people planting flower bulbs simultaneously is 850, achieved by Stockland Green Community Group (UK) at Brookvale Park, Birmingham, UK, on 9 November 2014.
6418Most zoos visitedJonas LivetFrance, Worldwide31 December 2014The most zoos visited by an individual is 873 and was achieved by Jonas Livet (France), verified as of 31 December 2014.Jonas studied wildlife management and conservation biology and currently works as a junior consultant within the French zoo consultancy Biozones. In his 25 years of travels, he has visited zoological institutions in 47 different countries.
6419Longest marathon, radio DJGiel Beelen198 hour(s)Netherlands, HilversumThe longest radio DJ marathon lasted 198 hours and was achieved by Giel Beelen (Netherlands) on the GIEL! Breakfast Show on 3FM Radio, in Hilversum, Netherlands, from 12 May 2014 to 20 May 2014.Giel started his attempt on 12th May at 6am and finished it on 20th May at 12pm. During the attempt he was monitored closely by a medical staff comprising 2 medics, 2 physical therapists, 1 nutritionist and 2 sleep experts. He didn't leave the studio except for toilet breaks and 'power naps'. Every day at noon, a chef cooked lunch for Giel which he ate behind his DJ set. He also had a 'deskbike' under his table so he could exercise his legs and feet whilst sitting in his chair.
6420Smallest living horse - maleCharly (horse)63.5 centimetre(s)Italy, 26 April 2012The smallest living horse (male) is Charly, a miniature arragon arabian horse who measures 63.5 cm (25 in) to the withers and is owned by Bartolomeo Messina (Italy). The record was verified and approved on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy in April 2012.Born in 2007 on a mini horses farm in Holland, Charly was imported to Italy when he was one-and-a-half years old and is kept as a pet. Charly eats corn oats and carob beans, he loves carrots. He eats three times a day: 200 gr feed at each meal and hay several times a day. Charly eats much less than normal-size horses but he would like to eat all day. His size is not a problem, quite the opposite, he manages to leave the paddock and feed on other horses hay, grooming is easier and faster.

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