Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

7051First feature-length computer-animated movieToy StoryfirstUSA, 01 January 1996In 1996, animator John Lasseter received a Special Achievement Academy Award for his "inspired leadership of the Pixar Toy Story (USA, 1995) team resulting in the first feature-length computer animated film".
7052First full-colour cartoonFlowers and TreesfirstUSA, 01 January 1932The first Technicolor cartoon to be commercially released was Disney's Flowers and Trees (USA, 1932), a "Silly Symphonies" short that also became the first cartoon to win an Oscar.
7053Fastest time to complete the London Wheelchair Marathon (male)Kurt Fearnley1/28/57 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)UK, London26 April 2009The fastest time to complete the London Marathon by a male wheelchair athlete is 1:28:57 by Kurt Fearnley (Australia) on 26 April 2009.
7054Fastest time to run the Tokyo Marathon (male)Dickson Chumba2/5/42 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Tokyo23 February 2014The fastest time to complete the Tokyo Marathon by a male athlete is 2 hours 5 minutes 42 seconds and was achieved by Dickson Chumba (Kenya) in Tokyo, Japan, on 23 February 2014.
7055Fastest time to run the Tokyo Marathon (female)Tirfi Tsegaye2/22/23 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Tokyo23 February 2014The fastest time to complete the Tokyo Marathon by a female athlete is 2 hours 22 minutes 23 seconds by Tirfi Tsegaye (Ethiopia) in Tokyo, Japan, on 23 February 2014.
7056Most people star jumping - multiple venuesBoys & Girls Clubs of America20425 participantsUnited States, 22 March 2011The most people star jumping simultaneously at multiple venues is 20,425 at 362 locations and was organised by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Amercia (USA) on 22 March 2011.The event took place at 6:30 p.m. EST.
7057Most team wins of the Friends Provident Trophy (male)Lancashire7 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 1998The most wins of the Friends Provident Trophy by a team is seven by Lancashire (UK) in 1970-72, 1975, 1990, 1996, 1998.The Friends Provident Trophy is the current incarnation of the premier one-day cricket cup competition in English county cricket.
7058Largest Zeybek DanceAydinlilar702 peopleTurkey, Ankara17 April 2011The largest zeybek dance involved 702 participants and was achieved by Aydinlilar (The Aydin Association of Education, Culture and Solidarity, Turkey) in Ankara, Turkey, on 17 April 2011.The participants were arranged in 6 large circles consisting of five smaller circles within each one. Three of the circles consisted entirely of males and the other three circles consisted entirely of females. The male participants wore white shirts, black trousers and the traditional Yaglik (napkin handkerchief) and the females wore the traditional needle lace scarf. The dance lasted for 6 minutes and 3 seconds in total.
7059First TV sci-fi airedR.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots)firstCzechoslovakia, 01 January 19381938: an adaptation of R.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots), a play in the Czech language by Karel Èapek also the world’s first depiction of robots.
7060First regular US TV programmingNew York’s World FairfirstUnited States, 01 January 1939Franklin D Roosevelt (USA) opens the 1939 New York’s World Fair (30 April), relayed to the nation via a high-definition telecast.
7061First use of the f– word on TVKenneth TynanfirstUK, 13 November 19651965: First use of the f– word on TV is on 13 November 1965 by literary agent Kenneth Tynan (UK) during a satirical discussion show entitled BBC3.
7062First regular tv colour broadcastCBSfirstUnited States, 25 June 1951On 25 June 1951, CBS broadcast the first colour images from five stations on the US east coast... to a virtually non-existent audience, as so few colour TV sets exist!
7063Highest successful run-chase in a first-class match (male)UnknownNot Applicable10 February 2010India’s West Zone amassed 541-7 against South Zone (India) in the Duleep Trophy Final on 10 February 2010.The previous record was held by Central Province (Sri Lanka), who scored 513-9 against South Province (Sri Lanka) in 2004. West Zone’s 541-7 included 210 (off 190 balls) from Yusuf Pathan (India).
7064First 3D talkieNozze Vagabonde (Beggar’s Wedding, Italy, 1936)firstItaly, 01 January 1936Sante Bonaldo’s production Nozze Vagabonde (Beggar’s Wedding, Italy, 1936), starring Italians Leda Gloria and Ermes Zacconi, was the first movie to offer 3D polarizing glasses and a synchronized soundtrack.
7065Most successful horror film seriesSAW733271976 US dollar(s)United States, San Diego25 July 2010The most successful horror film series is SAW with a total gross of $733,271,976 (�,525,920.92) throughout its 6 installments.This record considers the global grossing of each one of the SAW movies.
7066First brothers to play against each other in a FIFA World CupJerome Boateng, Kevin-Prince BoatengfirstSouth Africa, Johannesburg23 June 2010Kevin-Prince Boateng (Ghana) and Jerome Boateng (Germany) became the first brothers to play against one another in the FIFA World Cup in Ghana vs. Germany in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 23 June 2010.Both brothers were born to a Ghanaian father but raised by separate mothers in Berlin. The two spent much time together during childhood, but each chose to represent a different nationality at top level.
7067Longest videogame marathon on a platform gameJames Vollandt67/30 hour(s), minute(s)Canada, Victoria08 July 1985James Vollandt (USA) played the arcade version of platformer Joust for 67 hr 30 min on 5–8 July 1985 at Johnny Zee’s Family Fun Centre in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
7068Highest Xbox Live GamerscoreRaymond 'stallion83' CoxUSA16 November 2010With a total of 511,342 Xbox Live gamerpoints as of 16 November 2010, Raymond 'Stallion83' Cox (USA) holds the record for the highest gamerscore.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011He maintains a regular blog of his achievement-hunting exploits at
7069Highest score on Gradius (Konami, 1985)Tom VotavaUSA06 October 2007On 6 October 2007, Tom Votava (USA) managed to rack up a record score of 10,102,000 points on the NES version of the classic arcade shmup Gradius.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
7070First handheld first-person shooterFaceball 2000 (Bulletproof Software, 1991)Faceball 2000 (Bulletproof Software, 1991) was a reworking of Midi Maze for the Game Boy handheld which lacked the multiplayer functionality of its forebear and pitted players against computer-controlled enemies instead.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
7071Largest aletriaMilanezaPortugal, Porto,,Trindade metro station10 December 2010The largest aletria weighed 357 kg (787 lb 0.8 oz) in a dish measuring 8 x 2.35 m (26 ft 2.96 in x 7 ft 8.52 in) and was achieved by Milaneza (Portugal), in Porto, Portugal, on 10 December 2010. The event took place at Trindade metro station in the centre of Porto and was staged by the board of directors for Milaneza, one of Portugual’s most popular pasta brands, and the completed aletria was given away free of charge to the people of Porto. This was a charity event to raise €100,000 in donations for Porto’s oncology unit – Lige Portuguesa Contra O Canoro. All ingredients, personnel, materials (dish and scales) and the finance arrangements were provided free of charge. Aletria is a traditional Christmas dessert more commonly eaten in Northern Portugal. In addition to the traditional recipe of aletria pasta, milk, butter, sugar, eggs and cinnamon, the recipe included lemon and salt to flavour the milk. It was created by 20 cooks, led by 1 overall chef, in 10 separate pots in order to create it retains quality and flavour. Once cooked, each pot of aletria was placed on a specially constructed metal plate with six digital weighing sensors underneath, this was created by Marques. The cinnamon topping was added using a pre-cut pattern in a traditional filigree design.
7072Highest score on Dr. Mario (Nintendo, 1990)Will P NicholsUnited States18 February 2011A great many viruses met their match in Jackson, Mississippi, USA, on 18 February 2011 when Will Nichols scored 2,922,600 points on the game’s high-speed setting.
7073Most prolific videogame series on XboxCall of DutyNot Applicable05 November 2013With a total of 10 main games in the franchise, the Call of Duty series is the most prolific on the Xbox 360 system as of June 2013.
7074Most powerful gas turbine-electric locomotiveYURY TURETSKIY8300 kilowatt hour(s)Russia, Moscow23 January 2009The most powerful gas turbine-electric locomotive is the russian GT1-001 with a maximum capacity of 8300 kW. The locomotive was tested in Shcherbinka, Russia, on 23 January 2009. The locomotive has a starting tractive effort of 883 kN and a steady pull of 620 kN. It weighs 300 tons (600,000 lbs) and is designed for speeds up to 100 km/h (62.14 mph). It has a fuel capacity of 17 tons (3,4000 lbs) and runs on liquefied natural gas. It has a cruising range of 750 km (466.03 miles) without topping up. During the testing one locomotive hauled a a rake of 159 weighing 15000 tons (30,000,000 lbs)
7075First female Olympic athletes22 female athletes, Paris Olympics, 1900firstFrance, Paris01 January 1900Female athletes competed in the Olympics for the first time at the 1900 Games held in Paris, France. Alongside the 975 male athletes, a total of 22 women competed for glory in sports such as tennis and golf.
7076Highest box-office film gross for a Russian filmMongol: The Rise to Power of Genghis Khan26500000 US dollar(s)Russia, 01 January 2008Mongol: The Rise to Power of Genghis Khan (2008) has taken $5.7 million (£3.2 million) in the USA and $26.5 million (£16.5 million) worldwide.
7077Last Indian warrior to surrenderGeronimo1886/9/4 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, 04 September 1886Geronimo, although not a formal Chief, was a leader of the Chiricahua Apache and the last Indian warrior to surrender to American Army troops. His final surrender to Brigadier General Nelson A .Miles (he had previously been in captivity but escaped) took place on September 4, 1886 in Skeleton Canyon in the Peloncillo Mountains on the Arizona-New Mexico border south of Rodeo, New Mexico. At the end, his band included only 16 warriors, 12 women, and 6 children. Born a Bedonkohe Apache and named “Goyathlay” (“one who yawns”), he later joined the Chiricahua. Mexican soldiers donned the sobriquet “Geronimo” upon him, as they were awed by his bravery and fighting prowess. His fame spread across all of the United States and the world, and he actually participated in the Inaugural Parade of President Theodore Roosevelt on March 4, 1905 in Washington. He remains one of America’s most legendary figures.
7078Slowest continental plateEurasian plate2.1 centimetre(s)Not Applicable, 01 January 2010The Eurasian plate contains most of the Eurasian continent and extends west up to the Mid Atlantic Ridge. It is moving at a speed of around 2.1 cm per year.
7079Oldest wooden buildingHōryū-ji temple in IkarugaJapan01 January 0607The Horyu-ji temple in Ikaruga, Nara Prefecture, Japan, was constructed 607 AD and is one of 48 ancient buildings protected by UNESCO in the area. The temple includes a five-storey building, known as the Gojunoto.
7080Most KPWT Freestyle World Championships by a womanGisela Pulido3 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2006The most Kiteboard Pro World Tour Freestyle World Championships won by an individual female rider is three by Gisela Pulido (Spain) in 2004-06.

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