Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
6961Most passes completed in an NFL regular seasonDrew BreesUnited States01 January 2011New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (both USA) set the National Football League (NFL) record for most pass completions in a season with 468 in the 2011 regular season. Previous record held by Peyton Manning (USA), with 450 pass completions playing for the Indianapolis Colts (USA) in 2010.Brees' completion percentage in the 2011 regular season was 71.2.
6962Most runs scored in a first-class career (male)Sir Jack HobbsNot ApplicablePlaying for Surrey, England and Maharaj Kumar of Vizianagram's XI, Sir Jack Hobbs (UK, 1882-1963) scored 61,760 runs, at an average of 50.70 runs per innings, in 1,325 innings (834 matches) from 1905 to 1934.
6963Most hundreds in a first-class career (male)Sir Jack HobbsUnited Kingdom01 January 1934Sir Jack Hobbs (UK) scored 197 centuries (in 1,315 innings) playing for Surrey county and England between 1905-34.
6964Oldest rotary clubRotary InternationalfirstUnited States, Chicago23 February 1905Chicago, USA, lawyer Paul Harris, together with three friends, started the first Rotary Club on 23 Feb 1905. The club had a total of 30 members by the end of the year.Rotary International consists of 29,500 clubs in 162 countries. Country with the most rotary clubs is USA with 7,485 and next Japan with 2,280.
6965Most different dishes on displayKraft Foods PhilippinesPhilippines, Quezon City14 December 2009The most different dishes on display is 5,845 and was achieved by Kraft Foods Philippines at Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines, on 14 December 2009.The record-breaking attempt was a promotional event for Kraft's Eden cheese, which was an ingredient in every dish prepared.
6966Heaviest Brussels sproutBernard LaveryUnited Kingdom, Llanharry,Rhondda Cynon Taff01 October 1992In October 1992 Bernard Lavery of Llanharry, Rhondda Cynon Taff, UK grew a Brussels sprout that weighed 8.3 kg (18 lb 3 oz).
6967Most Oscar nominations - Foreign Language FilmWo Hu Cang Long (aka Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) (Tpe 2000)Chinese Taipei, Chinese Taipei23 February 2001
6968Highest batting average, Olympic Games tournamentLuigi CarrozzaUnited States, Atlanta01 January 1996The highest batting average achieved by a player during an Olympic tournament is 571 by Luigi Carrozza (Italy) at Atlanta, Georgia, USA in 1996.
6969Most hits at an Olympic Games tournament, individualOmar LinaresSpain, Barcelona01 January 1996The most hits at an Olympic tournament by a player is 20 (in nine games) by Omar Linares (Cuba) at Barcelona, Spain in 1992 and again at Atlanta, Georgia, USA in 1996.
6970Lightest known particleNeutrinoUnknown10 January 2002The lightest known particles in the universe are neutrinos which have a maximum mass of 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000018 kg. Neutrinos are come in three varieties - electron, muon and tau neutrinos. The mass is an average of the three types.Neutrinos are created by radioactive decay and nuclear fusion (the process that powers the sun). The mass of the particles was successfully calculated by scientists at Cambridge University and announced at the Royal Astronomical Society's annual conference in Bristol on 10 April 2002.These particles interact only very weakly with normal matter - every second trillions of them are passing through your body. They are one of the least understood particles in nature.
6971Most visited touring exhibitionBody Worlds14165000 peopleGermanySince it opened in Japan in 1996, "Body Worlds: Fascination beneath the Surface," by Gunther von Hagens (Germany), has travelled to 16 cities and as of March 2004 had received a total of more 14.165 million visitors - making it the world´s most visited travelling art exhibition.
6972First nuclear submarineUSS NautilusfirstUnited States, Groton21 November 1953The world's first nuclear-powered submarine was USS Nautilus, launched at Groton, Connecticut, USA, on 21 January 1954. Built by General Dynamics Electric Boat, Nautilus was 98.7 m (324 ft) long, with a beam of 26.8 m (88 ft).She had a crew of 95 enlisted men and 10 officers, and was capable of reaching speeds of over 20 knots (37 km/h or 23 mph). Steam provided by nuclear-generated heat turned two turbines, developing 11,200 kW (15,000 hp). In 1986 she was put on display at the Submarine Force Museum at Groton, Connecticut, where she remains today.USS Nautilus SSN 571 was the first nuclear powered submarine to enter service and marked a revolution in naval warfare, since it could remain submerged for much longer than conventional submarines and travel further. It made an early record breaking voyage of 2,222 km (1,381 miles) in 90 hours in 1955 and was the first submarine to travel under the ice cap to the North Pole arriving there at 11.15 am on 3 August 1958.
6973First clamshell laptopUnknownfirstUnited States, California18 March 2003Regarded as the first 'true' laptop, the GRiD Compass was designed in 1979 by William Moggridge (UK) for GRiD Systems Corporation (USA). It was introduced in 1982 with a RAM of 512K.
6974Fastest speed by balloon, mannedSteve Fossett322.25 kilometre(s) per hourAustralia, 01 July 2002The greatest speed ever reached in a manned balloon is 322.25 km/h (200.23 mph), achieved by Steve Fossett (USA) in Bud Light Spirit of Freedom on 1 July 2002, during his successful solo circumnavigation of the world.
6975Most 360° spins on Asymmetric bars - minuteEsther Moyah Salvador30 timesSpain, Madrid15 November 2001Esther Moya Salvador (Spain) completed 30 360° spins on the top asymmetric bar in a minute at the studios of El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 15 November 2001.
6976Oldest ball boy (US tennis open)Manny HershkowitzUnited States, Flushing Meadow,New York01 January 1999The oldest ballboy to participate in a major tennis championships is Manny Hershkowitz (USA) who worked on court at the US Open at Flushing Meadow, New York, USA in September 1999 aged 82.
6977Largest car enginePierce-Arrow 6-66, Fageol, Peerless 6-6013.5 litre(s)United States, 01 January 1900The greatest engine capacity of a production car was 13.5 litres (823.8 cu in), for the US Pierce-Arrow 6-66 Raceabout of 1912-18, the US Peerless 6-60 of 1912-14 and the Fageol of 1918.Despite their massive size, these giants from the early days of automobiles were very inefficient compared to their modern counterparts. A typical modern family car has a relatively small engine capacity of between 1,3 and 2 liters (79.3 cu in and 122 cu in), with power output of between 45 and 90kW (60 and 120bhp). The Pierce-Arrow 6-66, despite having an engine more than 10 times the size of a modern 1,3 liter (79.3 cu in) hatchback, had roughly the same power output of 49kW (66bhp). Modern F1 racing cars, comparison, have an engine capacity of around 3 liters and power output in excess of 559kW (750hp). Despite its relatively poor performance in modern terms, the six-cylinder Pierce-Arrow was a highly regarded vehicle in its day and is said to have been a favorite of smugglers during the prohibition era because of the smoothness and quietness of its engine.
6978Largest ambulanceMartin Von BerghGermany, Diez25 September 2009The largest ambulance is operated by the Dubai Government's Centre of Ambulance Services, which measures 20.03 m (65.71 ft) designed by Dr. Martin von Bergh of Global Medical Consulting, with a total treatment and transport capacity of 123 patients and staff, presented on 25 September 2009.The ambulance was assembled by the company Gebr. Heymann GmBH and equipped by Cytomed Middle East. The ambulances consist of an operating theatre, three intensive care units and eight immediate care units.
6979Fastest wheel-driven vehicleDon Vesco737.794 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville Salt Flats18 October 2001The fastest speed ever reached by a vehicle powered through its wheels is 737.794 km/h (458.444 mi/h), by the turbine-powered Vesco Turbinator, driven by Don Vesco (USA) at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, USA, on 18 October 2001.Wheel-driven refers to the fact that the power of the engine is directed to the car's wheels, which then power it forwards. Thrust SSC, the car that set the absolute land speed record, was jet-powered, meaning that it was the thrust of the jets that powered it forward - the wheels were 'passive'.Note that Don Vesco died of cancer in 2002.
6980Highest railway stationTanggula Railway Station, Tibet01 July 2006The Tanggula Railway Station in Tibet is the highest in the world at 5,068 m (16,627 ft) above sea level. The unstaffed station on the Qingzang railway opened on 1 July 2006 and has a 1.25-km-long (0.77-mile) platform.
6981Worst firework disaster - death tollSeine800 peopleFrance, Paris16 May 1770Some 800 people were killed in an accident during a firework display beside the Seine in Paris, France, to celebrate the marriage of the Dauphin on May 16, 1770.
6982Largest TV audience - weddingThe Marriage of The Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer750000000 peopleUK, 29 July 1981The largest TV audience for a wedding occurred on 29 July 1981, during the marriage of HRH Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer (both UK), which was seen by an estimated 750 million people in 74 countries.At the time the largest outside broadcast in British History, it had an audience in Britain of 39 million.
6983First famineEgyptEgyptThe earliest recorded famine which occurred in Egypt in 3500 BC was preserved visually in a relief that survives on the causeway of the Fifth-Dynasty Pyramid of Unas in Sakkara. No figures are given.
6984Tallest man-made structure on landBurj Khalifa TowerUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai17 January 2009The tallest man-made structure on land is the Burj Khalifa (Khalifa Tower) which measures 828 m (2,716 ft 6 in) tall.The Burj Khalifa officially opened on 04 January 2010 and was developed by Emaar Properties and architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.Pic: Alamy
6985Smallest commercial breweryMark Phillips40.9 litre(s)United Kingdom, Capel BangorThe world's smallest commercial brewery is the Bragdy Gwynant in Capel Bangor, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK, which has a maximum brewing capacity of 40.9 litres (9 gal) per batch, and supplies the adjacent Tynllidiart Arms pub exclusively.
6986Oldest wooden vatStadt HalberstadtGermany, Halberstadt01 January 1594The oldest wooden vat was manufactured in 1594 by cooper Michael Werner. It has a capacity of 144,000 litres (31,675.54 gal) and is currently exhibited at the Spiegelsberge hunting lodge, in Halberstadt, Germany.
6987First toilet to appear on stageLa Fille Élisa24 December 1890The first act of André Antoine's production of Goncourt's La Fille Élisa in Paris, France on 24 December 1890 was set in a hotel room, complete with toilet and washbasin.Although you can now show a toilet with impunity, as recently as 1953, the Lord Chamberlain banned the sound of a lavatory being flushed off-stage in Graham Greene's The Living Room.
6988Largest snow coneBahama Buck's11.38 tonne(s) (metric ton)United States, Lubbock, Texas10 December 2011The largest snow cone weighs 11.38 tons (25,080 lbs) and was created by Bahama Buck's Original Shaved Ice Company (USA) in Lubbock, Texas, USA, on 10 December 2011. The flavour of the snow cone was "Birthday Cake".
6989Snake with the longest fangsUnknownThe longest fangs of any snake are those of the highly venomous gaboon viper (Bitis gabonica) of tropical Africa. In a specimen of 1.83 m 6 ft length, they measured 50 mm 2 in.The gaboon viper (Bitis gabonica) is considered to produce more venom than any other venomous snake. A single adult male may have enough venom to inject lethal doses into 30 individual men. Not only do they produce more venom than any other snake but they also inject more deeply. Although sluggish and docile by nature, Gaboons are unpredictable and capable of great speed in short bursts making them extremely dangerous. A single bite victim reported in Switzerland was bitten in the chest and died one and a half hours later from the massive doses of venom injected into his system. Signs of Gaboon envenomation include hypotension, internal hemorrhaging, cardiac arrest and spontaneous bleeding.
6990Most hundreds in a One-Day International career (male)Sachin TendulkarNot ApplicableSachin Tendulkar (b. 24 April 1973, India) has scored 49 centuries, in the course of 463 matches (452 innings), from 18 December 1989 to 4 May 2012.

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