Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

7321Largest olive oil tasting eventCity of Jaen12909 peopleSpain, JAENThe largest olive oil tasting event was attended by 12,909 people organized by the City Hall of Jaen in Jaen, Spain, on 17 May 2009.The organizers used virgin olive oil of the picual variety for the record attempt.
7322Most vertical feet skied uphill in 24 hours (female)Dina MishevUnited States, Glenwood Springs08 February 2009The most vertical feet skied uphill by a female is 10,071.8 m (33,044 ft) by Dina Mishev (USA) at the Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, USA, on 8 February 2009.Mrs. Mishev set the record at the resort's "24 Hours of Sunlight" event. The elevation profile was verified by the resort's assistant general manager, Ross Terry, and an additional witness statement was provided by Chrissy Roll, who witnessed each of Mishev's laps of the course. Mishev actually skied a total of 34,546 vertical feet in the 24 hours, but her last lap was not counted because it concluded after the 24-hour window had closed. Witnesses say Mishev rested once -- for 9 minutes -- after her ninth lap of the course. She skied enough to summit Mount Everest and still have 4,015 feet to spare.
7323Round house kicks - most concrete blocks broken in one minute (female)Cristiana CorsiItaly, Milan25 April 2009The most concrete blocks broken using the roundhouse kick method in one minute by a female is 33, and was achieved by Cristiana Corsi (Italy) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 25 April 2009.New category created for female contestants.
7324Highest Single-Credit Score on Time Crisis 3Chris SpahnUnited States, Dania Beach, Florida08 August 2009The highest score for a single-credit completion of Time Crisis 3 is 2,857,270, achieved by Chris Spahn (USA) at Boomers Entertainment Park, Dania Beach, Florida, USA on 8 August 2009.Chris was only hit by enemies twice during the attempt.
7325Largest JavelinVattenfallGermany, Berlin31 July 2009The largest javelin measures 28.83 metres (94 ft 7 in) long and has a diametre of 30 cm (11 in). It was manufactured by Vattenfall (Germany) and was presented and measured in Berlin, Germany, on 31 July 2009.The Javelin was then installed in a wall for advertising purposes as part of a huge poster.
7326Largest parade of BRP Can-Am Spyder RoadstersClub de Spyder du QuébecCanada, Magog31 July 2010The largest parade of BRP Can-Am Spyder Roadsters consisted of 438 vehicles and was organised by the Spyder Club of Quebec (Canada) in Magog, Québec, Canada, on 31 July 2010.The parade route was 6 km long.
7327Largest ellik danceBAYAJANS- TOKAT GUNDEM GAZETESITurkey, Niksar/Tokat09 August 2009The largest Ellik dance was achieved by 1,000 participants in an event organised by BAYAJANS- TOKAT GUNDEM GAZETESI, in Tokat, Turkey, on 9 August 2009.The event was organised to promote the local culture and ethics.
7328First Major League Baseball team with 500 consecutive sell-outsBoston Red SoxUSA, Fenway ParkThe Boston Red Sox (USA) set a Major League Baseball (MLB) record with 500 consecutive regular-season sellout crowds at Fenway Park between 16 June 2009 and 15 May 2009.
7329First corp of military balloonistsUnknownfirstFrance, 02 April 1794The world's first corp of military balloonists was established by the French Army on 2 April 1794. The Aérostiers, as they were know, were a reconnaissance unit who used their elevated position to plot the location of the enemy on the battlefield.
7330Most consecutive Major League Baseball losing seasons, teamPittsburgh PiratesNot Applicable24 December 2012The Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most consecutive losing seasons by a team is 20 by the Pittsburgh Pirates (USA) from 1993 to 2012.
7331Most critically acclaimed Nintendo DS videogameGrand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars93 percentageNot Applicable, 19 March 2013Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Rockstar Games, 2009) is the most critically acclaimed Nintendo DS videogame, with a Metacritic rating of 93% as of 19 March 2013.
7332Biggest blowout on NHL 94Kyle WatersUSAOn 20 March 2009, in Maryland, USA, Kyle Waters scored a record 34 goals without return in NHL 94. Kyle achieved the feat on the SEGA Genesis version in regular season mode with 10-minute periods.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
7333Fastest lap for TT Senior in Isle of Man TT RacesJohn McGuinness17/12.30 minute(s), second(s)UK, 01 January 2009The fastest lap recorded by an individual rider at the Isle of Man TT in the TT Senior class is 17'12.30 by John McGuinness (UK) on a Honda CBR1000RR in 2009.
7334Most wins of the Half Marathon World Championships by an individual (male)Zersenay Tadese5 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2012The most individual wins at the IAAF Half Marathon World Championships by a male is five by Zersenay Tadese (Eritrea) in 2006-09 and 2012.
7335Largest badger settEuropean badgerThe European badger Meles meles spends more than half of its life underground, and builds the largest setts of any badger species. The largest sett on record was estimated to contain a tunnel network 879 m (2,883 ft) long, with 50 underground chambers and 178 entrances.
7336Oldest person to win a pro beach volleyball titleKarch KiralyUnited States, Huntingdon Beach13 August 2005Aged 44 years 284 days, Karch Kiraly (USA, b. 3 November 1960) became the oldest player to win an AVP tour title, the Huntington Beach Open, in Huntington Beach, California, USA on 13 August 2005.
7337Youngest person to win a pro beach volleyball titleXue ChenChina, ShanghaiAt 17 years 99 days, Xue Chen (China, b.18 February 1989) became the youngest player to win an international beach volleyball title, the China Shanghai Jinshan Open, in Shanghai, China, on 28 May 2006.
7338Most Laurence Olivier awards won by an individualJudi Dench, William DudleyUnited KingdomActress Dame Judi Dench (UK) and designer William Dudley (UK) have both won a record seven Olivier Awards during their careers. The actor with the most awards is Sir Ian McKellen (UK), with six.
7339Fastest time to run the London Marathon (female)Paula Radcliffe2/15/25 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)UK, London13 April 2003The fastest time to complete the London Marathon by a female athlete is 2:15:25 by Paula Radcliffe (UK) on 13 April 2003.
7340Fastest time to run the New York Marathon (male)Geoffrey Mutai2/05/06 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, New York06 November 2011The fastest time to complete the New York Marathon by a male athlete is 2:05:06 by Geoffrey Mutai (Kenya) on 6 November 2011.
7341Fastest time to run the New York Marathon (female)Margaret Okayo2/22/31 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, New York City02 November 2003The fastest time to complete the New York Marathon by a female athlete is 2:22:31 by Margaret Okayo (Kenya) on 2 November 2003.
7342Best selling album act in JapanB'zJapan12 March 2008The best selling album act in Japan is a hard rock duo B'z (Japan) who has sold more than 42 million albums by 2008. They have also sold more than 34 million singles which makes them the best selling music act in Japan overall.
7343Highest winning margin in NHLPA Hockey 93 (SNES)Rudy Ferretti13 point(s), 14 November 2006The highest margin of victory record for NHLPA Hockey 93 on the SNES was set by Rudy Ferretti on 14 November 2006. Ferretti’s margin of victory was 13-points in a game of 10-minute periods and with Ferretti able to pick any teams.
7344Ultra-long distance (track) 48 hours (male)Yiannis KourosFrance, SurgéresThe record for ultra-long distance (track) in 48 hours is held by Yiannis Kouros (Greece), who ran a total of 473.495 km (394.21 m) in Surgéres, France, from 3 to 5 May 1996.
7345Largest producer of genetically modified seedsMonsanto7344000000 US dollar(s)United States, 01 January 2006The largest producer of genetically modified seeds is Monsanto (USA) which currently dominates between 70% and 100% of the global market for genetically modified seeds. In 2006, the comapny saw a global revenue of $7.344 (£3.672) billion.
7346First game to use dynamic lighting technology on PS2Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora TomorrowfirstThe first PlayStation 2 game to use moving dynamic lighting was Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow. This came in the form of a torch, wielded by the ARGUS mercenaries, picking out details in the darkness.
7347First console racing game to integrate online data into offline playPoject Gotham RacingThe earliest racing game on a console to integrate online data with offline play was Poject Gotham Racing which achieved this by combining Xbox Live player information with offline scoreboards and menus. This feature has since evolved in later instalments.
7348Highest score on FIFA StreetAndrew MeeUK07 August 2006The highest score for FIFA street was achieved by Andrew Mee (UK) on 7 August 2006. He scored 222,774 points on the Xbox version of FIFA street. Playing on the Easy setting, Mee achieved this total while playing a 12 minute game.Andrew's brother, Jonathan Mee, holds the record for the highest margin of victory in FIFA Street (Xbox). On 8 June 2007, he beat his computer opponent (set to the Easy setting) by a 22 goal margin in a 12 minute match.
7349Highest winning margin in NHL 94 (Sega Genesis)Terence O'NeilUSA21 August 2006The highest margin of victory in a 10-minute per period game of NHL 94 (played in regular season mode) is 16, achieved on 21 August 2006 by Terence O'Neil (USA).
7350Fastest 100 meter dash in Olympic Summer Games (Playstation)Carlos KruegarBrazil30 June 2000The fastest 100 meter dash in Olympic Summer Games (PlayStation) was set on 30 June 2000 by Carlos Kruegar (Brazil), who set a record of 6.980 seconds. The game was set to factory default when he achieved the record.

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