Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

7111Smallest robotic handHand developed by the University of California1 millimetre(s)United States, 01 October 2006In October 2006, scientists at the University of California, USA, demonstrated a robotic hand only 1mm wide. Using silicon fingers and molecular balloons for joints, the hand could be made to flex and grasp objects by inflating or deflating the balloon joints.Inventors Yen-Wen Lu and CJ Kim took the human hand as a model and developed the robotic hand to perform similarly complex manipulations at the sub-millimetre scale. With delicate grasp, the hand can be used for a range of complex biological applications that could include complex human micro-surgery.
7112Thinnest 5x zoom digital cameraKodak's EasyShare M590 14 MP15.2 millimetre(s)United States, 01 July 2010Kodak's EasyShare M590 14 MP digital camera is, at 15.2mm (0.6 in), the slimmest with a 5x zoom lens, and at 129 g (4.55 oz), one of the lightest.
7113Most people dyeing eggsKCMS/SPIRIT 105.3 FM and Redmond Town CenterUnited States, Redmond19 April 2014The most people dyeing eggs is 582 and was organised by KCMS/SPIRIT 105.3 FM and Redmond Town Center (both USA) in Redmond, Washington, USA, on 19 April 2014.
7114Most tennis Grand Slams (male)Rod Laver2 timesUnited States, 01 January 1969The most times a male tennis player has completed the Grand Slam - winning the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon (UK) and the US Open singles titles in the same calendar year - is two, by Rod Laver (Australia) in 1962 and 1969.Laver completed his second Grand Slam by beating Tony Roche (Australia) in four sets in the 1969 US Open final.
7115Most jump racing Champion Jockey titlesTony McCoy19 timesUnited Kingdom, 01 April 2014The most times a single jockey has been named jump racing Champion Jockey is 19, by Tony McCoy (UK) consecutively from 1996 to 2014.
7116Oldest player in a Rugby Union World Cup finalMike CattFrance, Paris20 October 2007Mike Catt (UK, b. 17 September 1971) was 36 years 33 days old when he played for England against South Africa at the Rugby World Cup final in Paris, France, on 20 October 2007. South Africa won the match 15-6.
7117Youngest player in a women’s football World Cup finalBirgit PrinzSweden, Råsunda18 June 1995Birgit Prinz (Germany, b. 25 October 1977) represented her country in the 1995 women’s World Cup final aged 17 years 236 days. The match, won 1-0 by Norway, was played at Råsunda, Sweden, on 18 June 1995.
7118Oldest debutant in One-Day International cricketNolan ClarkeIndia, Vadodara17 February 1996On 17 February 1996, at the Cricket World Cup, Nolan Clarke (Netherlands, b. 22 June 1948) made his ODI debut for the Netherlands in a group match against New Zealand at Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara, India, aged 47 years 240 days.
7119Most paragliding World Championships won by a national teamSwitzerland7 timesBrazil, Governador Valadares27 March 2005Switzerland has won the FAI team paragliding world championships seven times, in 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003 and 2005.
7120Most pilots in a Red Bull Air Race World ChampionshipFifteen pilots15 peopleUnited Arab Emirates, 01 January 2009Fifteen pilots took part in the six-race Red Bull Air Race World Championship in 2009 - the seventh competition in the series to date. Paul Bonhomme (UK) won the title that year for the first time.
7121Youngest rider to win a motorcycling Grand PrixScott ReddingUnited Kingdom, ,Donington Park22 June 2008Scott Redding (UK, b. 4 January 1993) was 15 years 170 days old when he won the British 125 cc motorcycling Grand Prix at Donington Park, UK, on 22 June 2008.
7122First recognized land-speed recordGaston de Chasseloup-Laubat39.24 mile(s) per hourFrance, Acheres18 December 1898Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat (France), driving the electric Jeantaud Duc, achieved a speed of 39.24 mi/h in Acheres, Yvelines, France, on 18 December 1898.
7123Land-speed landmarks - first internal combustion recordWilliam Vanderbilt76.080 mile(s) per hourFrance, Albis05 August 1902William Vanderbilt (USA), driving Mors, achieved a speed of 76.080 mi/h in Ablis, near Chartres, France, on 5 August 1902.
7124Most competitive 147 breaks in snookerRonnie O'Sullivan12 timesNot Applicable, 02 March 2014The most competitive 147 breaks in a snooker career is 12 and was achieved by Ronnie O'Sullivan (UK) from 21 April 1997 to 2 March 2014.
7125Most gold medals won at a single Summer ParalympicsUSAUnited States, New York01 January 1984One of the two host nations, the USA dominated proceedings at the 1984 Games in New York (USA) by winning 136 gold medals.The other host nation, Great Britain, came second, picking up 107 golds at the UK’s Stoke Mandeville site. In third place was Canada, with 87 gold medals.
7126Fastest wheelchair marathon (T52)Thomas Geierspichler1/40/7 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing17 September 2008At the 2008 Games in Beijing, China, Austrian wheelchair athlete Thomas Geierspichler won gold in the men's T52-class marathon (no lower limb function), setting a world-record time of 1 hr 40 min 7 sec on 17 September 2008.
7127Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 300 mi/hSir Malcolm Campbell301.129 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville03 September 1935Sir Malcolm Campbell (UK), driving Railton Rolls-Royce Bluebird (internal combustion engine), achieved a speed of 301.129 mi/h in Bonneville, Utah, USA, on 3 September 1935.
7128Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 400 mi/h on one leg of two-leg runJohn Cobb394.194 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville16 September 1947John Cobb (UK), driving Railton Mobil Special (internal combustion engine), achieved a speed of 394.194 mi/h in Bonneville, Utah, USA, on 16 September 1947.The Railton Mobil Special achived 385 mi/h in the first run and 403 mi/h in the second, averaging 394.194 mi/h.
7129Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 400 mi/h over both legs of two-leg runCraig Breedlove407.518 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville05 August 1963Craig Breedlove (USA), driving Spirit of America (jet engine), achieved a speed of 407.518 mi/h in Bonneville, Utah, USA, on 5 August 1963.
7130Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 700 mi/hAndy Green714.144 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Black Rock Desert25 September 1997Andy Green (UK), driving Thrust SSC (jet engine), achieved a speed of 714.144 mi/h in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA, on 25 September 1997.
7131Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 500 mi/hCraig Breedlove555.485 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville02 November 1965Craig Breedlove (USA), driving Spirit of America Sonic I (jet engine), achieved a speed of 555.485 mi/h in Bonneville, Utah, USA, on 2 November 1965.
7132Land-speed landmarks - first to exceed 600 mi/hCraig Breedlove600.601 mile(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville15 November 1965Craig Breedlove (USA), driving Spirit of America Sonic I (jet engine), achieved a speed of 600.601 mi/h in Bonneville, Utah, USA, on 15 November 1965.
7133First televised Summer Paralympics1976 Summer ParalympicsfirstCanada, Toronto01 January 1976The 1976 Games in Toronto, Canada, represented the first time that the Paralympics had been televised in its entirety. Events were broadcast daily to more than half a million viewers across Ontario, Canada.
7134Fastest Paralympic men¹s 5,000 M (T13)Henry Kiprono Kirwa14/24.02 minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing01 January 2008At Beijing 2008, Kenyan track star Henry Kiprono Kirwa claimed gold in the men¹s 5,000 m in a record time of 14 min 24.02 sec, competing in the T13 category ­ the minimum level of visual impairment.
7135First all-in-one desktop computerHP 9830first, 01 January 1972Introduced in 1972, the HP 9830 was the world’s earliest all-in-one desktop computer. Unlike other computers of the time, it came with a hard drive and used the BASIC programming language.
7136Highest-rated new show (US)Hawaii Five-019340000 peopleUnited States, 01 January 2010Crime drama Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) drew an audience of 19.34 million for its highest-rated episode on 23 January 2011. The new series is a 'reimagining' of the 1968 original.
7137First 3D dramaTokyo ControlJapan01 January 2011Debuting in January 2011, Fuji TV's (Japan) Tokyo Control is a ten-part all-3D drama series about Tokyo¹s Air-Traffic Control Centre, airing on SKYPerfecTV's dedicated 3D channel. The technology behind the show was produced by Sony.
7138Longest gap between TV appearancesPhilip LowrieUnited Kingdom01 January 2011When Philip Lowrie (UK) rejoined the cast of Coronation Street in 2011, he reprised the role of Dennis Tanner, a part he first essayed in 1960. The last time he played this role was 43 years ago in 1968.
7139First remake to win a Best Picture OscarThe DepartedfirstUnited States, 01 January 2006The first – and only – remake to win Best Picture is The Departed (USA, 2006), Martin Scorsese's (USA) remake of Infernal Affairs (Hong Kong, 2002).The Coen brothers' (USA) remake of True Grit (USA, 2010) was nominated for the 2010 Best Picture Oscar but lost out to The King’s Speech (UK, 2010). A remake is defined as a new version of an existing movie, not simply a movie made using the same source material as a previous film. E.g., Mutiny on the Bounty (USA, 1963) won Best Picture but is not a remake of the earlier film The Mutiny of the Bounty (Australia, 1916) - it is an original movie inspired by the same historical event.
7140Most step ups in one minute with a 60 lb packRobert Natoli47 repetitionsUnited States, Oswego04 April 2013The most step ups in one minute with a 60 lb pack is 47 by Robert Natoli (USA) in Oswego, New York, USA, on 4 April 2013.Natoli attempted the step up records for both 60 and 40 pound packs within one hour of each other. He successfully beat both records.

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