Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

7081Most Quadrathon World Cup wins by a womanSilke Harenberg5 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2009The most wins of the World Quadrathon Federation World Cup race series by an individual female athlete is five, by Silke Harenberg (Germany) in 2003, 2005-06 and 2008-09.
7082Most KPWT Freestyle World Championships by a manSebastien Garat2 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2007The most Kiteboard Pro World Tour Freestyle World Championships won by an individual male rider is two by Sebastien Garat (France) in 2006-07.
7083Longest postseason losing streak, NFL teamKansas City ChiefsUnited States01 January 1994The Kansas City Chiefs (USA) are losers of 7 consecutive playoff games, the worst postseason losing streak in NFL history. The last time the Chiefs won a playoff game was in 1994.
7084Most Ryder Cups as captainTony Jacklin4 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 1989The most Ryder Cup appearances as captain is four by Tony Jacklin (UK) for Europe between 1983 and 1989, with a winning record of 2 wins to 1 loss, with 1 tied (Europe retained the Cup on that occasion).
7085Most Football Champions League titles by a captainPaolo Maldini, Carlos Puyol2 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2009The most Champions League tournaments won by an individual captain is two by two players, Paolo Maldini (Italy) for AC Milan (Italy) in 2003 and 2007, and Carlos Puyol (Spain) for FC Barcelona (Spain) in 2006 and 2009.
7086Most women’s rugby World Cups won by a captainFarah Palmer3 timesCanada, 01 January 2006The most wins of the women’s Rugby World Cup is three by Farah Palmer (New Zealand) playing for the Black Ferns in the 1998, 2002 and 2006 tournaments.
7087Most successful album series by a single artistRod StewartUnited Kingdom01 January 2010All five albums released by Rod Stewart (UK) in his Great American Songbook series (2002-10) have reached the US Top 5 and the UK Top 10.
7088Fastest UK tour ticket salesTake That1300000 unit(s) soldUnited Kingdom, 29 October 2010A total of 1.3 million tickets were sold for Take That’s (UK) 25-date UK and Ireland tour in one day, 29 October 2010. It was their first tour to feature Robbie Williams since he left the group in 1995.
7089First World Championship nine-dart finish
7090Fastest speed kite surfing by a man
7091Most expensive Indian Premier League player
7092Most episodes of WWTBAM hosted (male presenter)Gerry ScottiItaly, MilanThe most episodes of the game show 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' hosted by the same male presenter is 1,593 and belongs to TV presenter Virginio Scotti aka Gerry Scotti (Italy) as certified on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 5 May 2011.Gerry Scotti (born on 7 August 1956 in Miradolo Terme, Pavia, Italy as Virginio Scotti) is an Italian television presenter, actor and former member of the Italian Parliament. Since the 1990s, Gerry Scotti has been one of the most popular Italian television presenters, working almost exclusively for Italian broadcaster Mediaset's Canale 5 channel. He was primarily known as a host of game shows, most notably Chi vuol essere milionario? (Italian edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?) and the game show Passaparola. In addition, he presented many entertainment programmes such as La sai l'ultima?, La Corrida, Paperissima and co-hosted the satirical show Striscia la Notizia. Scotti also acted in several sitcoms and films. In 2008 he joined R101 (the former Radio Milano International), becoming also deputy president of Monradio (the radio division of Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, the most important publishing company in Italy). That same year he also won the Italian television Telegatto prize for his TV work.
7093Most people in a centipede processionHok Tek Tong223 peopleIndonesia, Padang22 August 2013The longest centipede procession carried 223 children and was achieved by Hok Tek Tong Padang (Indonesia) in Padang, Indonesia, on 22 August 2013.The children wore traditional Chinese and Indonesian clothes and sat on an elaborately decorated wooden structure resembling a centipede. The structure, consisting of 56 boards and the centipede head and tail, was approximately 216 m (708 ft) long and was carried by over 1,500 volunteers, who took turns without interruptions for the initial 1.5 km (0.93 miles), when the record was ascertained.
7094Highest railway bridgeBeipanjiang River Railway BridgeChina, Liupanshui01 January 2001The Beipanjiang River Railway Bridge, near Liupanshui in Guizhou province, China, is an arch with a maximum deck height of 275 m (902 ft). It was inaugurated in 2001.
7095Longest span of US top 40 singlesMichael JacksonUnited States01 January 2011Michael Jackson (USA, 1958-2009) holds the record with a span of 39 years and two months. He first charted on the Hot 100 with “Got To Be There” on 6 November 1971 and last hit with “Hold My Hand” on 1 January 2011.
7096First ice hockey team to win world and Olympic titlesSwedenLatvia, RigaHaving already taken gold at the 2006 Turin Olympics, Sweden’s ice hockey team went on to win the world championship with a 4–0 shutout of the Czechs in Riga, Latvia, on 21 May 2006.
7097First royal in spacePrince Abdulaziz al-SaudfirstNot Applicable, 24 June 1985The first royal in space was Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Saudi Arabia), who flew as a Payload Specialist onboard the STS-51-G mission of the space shuttle Discovery from 17–24 June 1985.
7098First Female Action HeroAnnie OakleyfirstUnited States, 01 January 1954The first Female Action Character to front her own show was cowgirl Annie Oakley in the western series Annie Oakley (US 1954-57) a syndicated show starring real-life trick-shot Gail Davis as the sharpshooter from the Buffalo Bill travelling show.
7099Most people playing 'Monopoly Millionaires' simultaneouslyGlobal Monopoly DayNot Applicable, N/A07 April 2011The most games of Monopoly Millionaires (EA, 2011) to take place simultaneously is 32,976, achieved on Global Monopoly Day, 7 April 2011.
7100Busiest stationShinjuku StationJapan, Tokyo01 January 2011Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, Japan, is the world’s busiest station. An average of 3.64 million passengers per day pass through the station, which has over 200 exits and serves the city’s western suburbs via a range of intercity, commuter rail and metro services.
7101Most people hand-washing fabric simultaneously (single location)Unilever Philippines2132 peoplePhilippines, Manila17 August 2013The most people hand-washing fabric simultaneously (single location) is 2,132 and was achieved by Breeze-Unilever (Philippines) in Makati, Philippines, on 17 August 2013.
7102Fastest time to climb Burj Khalifa Tower unassisted (solo)Alain Robert6/13/55 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai,Down town Dubai,Burj Khalifa tower, Downtown Dubai, UAE.28 March 2011The fastest time to climb the Burj Khalifa tower is 6 hours 13 minutes 55 seconds and was achieved by Alain Robert (France), at the Burj Khalifa tower, Dubai, UAE, on 29 March 2011.Alain has never climbed this building before and sought permission from Emaar properties who convinced Alain he must wear safety equipment throughout the attempt. Although this was the case, Alain used his own method of climbing which involved him using only his bare hands and rubber shoes. No special aids or extra equipment was used when climbing aside from the safety equipment. half way up the tower Alain used a pulling mechanism due to extreme weather conditions. Alain started the attempt at 6.03pm on Monday 28th and completed it at 12.17am on Tuesday 29th March.The attempt was a part of the higher education world forum conference organised by higher colleges of Technology and education without borders which was headed by the Minister of higher education, Sheikh Nayahan Al Mubarak Nahayan. Key note speakers Tony blair and other dignitaries were in attendance during the presentation of this record.
7103Highest score in figure skating - long programme (pairs)Qing Pang, Jian TongCanada, Vancouver15 February 2010The highest score in a figure skating long programme (pairs) is 141.81, and was achieved by Qing Pang and Jian Tong (both China) at the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia on 15 February 2010.This is the highest score in the long programme (pairs) since the new scoring system was adopted in 2003. The most up-to-date scoring information can be found on the International Skating Union's website at,8510,4844-160279-177495-33138-139933-custom-item,00.html
7104Highest score in figure skating - short programme (women)Mao AsadaJapan, Saitama27 March 2014The highest score in a figure skating short programme (women) is 78.66, and was achieved by Mao Asada (Japan) at the 2014 ISU World Championships, in Saitama, Saitama, Japan, on 28 March 2014.
7105Highest score in figure skating - long programme (women)Yu-Na KimCanada, Vancouver25 February 2010The highest score in a figure skating long programme (women) is 150.06, and was achieved by Yu-Na Kim (South Korea) at the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on 25 February 2010.This is the highest score in the long programme for a woman since the new scoring system was adopted in 2003. The most up-to-date scoring information can be found on the International Skating Union's website at,8510,4844-160279-177495-33138-139933-custom-item,00.html
7106Highest score in figure skating - total score (ice dance)Charlie White, Meryl DavisRussia, Sochi17 February 2014The highest total score in a figure skating competition (ice dance) is 195.52, and was achieved by Meryl Davis and Charlie White (both USA) at the XXII Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on 17 February 2014.
7107Highest score in figure skating - short dance (ice dance)Meryl Davis, Charlie WhiteRussia, Sochi16 February 2014The highest score in a figure skating short dance (ice dance) is 78.89 by Meryl Davis and Charlie White (both USA) at the XXII Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on 16 February 2014.
7108Highest score in figure skating - free dance (ice dance)Meryl Davis, Charlie WhiteRussia, Sochi17 February 2014The highest score in a figure skating free dance (ice dance) is 116.63, by Meryl Davis and Charlie White (both USA) at the XXII Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on 17 February 2014.
7109Smallest weighing scalesNanobalance made by the University of Barcelona and EPFL Microsystems LaboratoryfirstSpain, Barcelona01 January 2009A nanobalance, made by groups from the University of Barcelona, Spain, and EPFL Microsystems Laboratory, Switzerland, is the first electronic sensor capable of measuring the pressure of vapour and gas flows as low as 10 picometres per second.This type of measurement is used in the construction of integrated circuit electronics such as computer chips, as well as detecting single organic cells and other bio-materials too small for conventional quartz-based micro-balances. The balance detects any mass falling on it by a change in resonance frequency of a lever beam less than 1 micrometre wide.
7110Longest synthetic DNA moleculeMycoplasma genitaliumfirstUnited States, 01 January 2008In 2008, scientists at the J Craig Venter Institute, USA, created an entire molecule of a bacteria genome with only chemicals available in their laboratory.Using a variety of short pieces of synthetic genetic material that are available commercially, the scientists pieced together the genes for the bacteria Mycoplasma genitalium. This makes 582,970 base pair M. genitalium bacterial genome the largest chemically defined structure synthesized in the lab, and over 20 times longer than the previous attempts at synthetic DNA molecules.

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