Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
7351Fastest 100 metre hurdles wearing swim fins (individual, male)Christopher IrmscherGermany, Cologne13 September 2008Fastest 100 metre hurdles wearing swim fins (male) is 14.82seconds and was acheived by Christopher Irmscher (Germany) on theset of Guinness World Records - Die Grössten Weltrekorde inCologne, Germany, on 13 September 2008.
7352First commercial use of the "Cell" processorPlayStation 3The earliest commercial use of the much-hyped Cell Engine was in the PlayStation 3. Described as a “breakthrough microprocessor” the Cell – designed by Sony, Toshiba, and IBM – is aimed at applications requiring 3Dgraphics and video in other words perfect for gaming.
7353Rarest group of mammalsMonotremataAustraliaThe order monotremata are a primitive group of mammals that lay eggs instead of producing live young. There are only five living species in the world, the platypus and four species of echidna. All are exclusive to Australia and New Guinea.
7354Fastest 20 cone backwards slalom on inline skatesPaul RandlesSpain, Madrid23 January 2009Paul Randles (United Kingdom) completed a 20 cone backwards slalom on inline skates in 5.62 secs on the set of 'Guinness World Records', in Madrid, Spain, on 23 January 2009.Victor Bermudez (Spain) also attempted record as part of a challenge and managed 6.56 seconds.
7355Fastest completion of Leisure Suit Larry 6“Spor”24/2 minute(s), second(s), 11 November 2007The fastest completion of Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or SlipOut! was accomplished on 11 November 2007. “Spor” played the game without saves as a single segment in 24 min 2 sec, as verified by adventure-speedruns.com
7356Largest butterfly farmUnknown0.8 hectare(s)Malaysia, PenangThe world´s largest butterfly farm is on the Malaysian island of Penang. Opened in March 1986, and occupying 0.8 hectares, it includes a breeding centre, garden enclosure, laboratory, and exhibition area, and contains over 4000 living specimens belonging to more than 50 different species.
7357Largest showcase of chocolate dressesLe Salon du ChocolatFrance, Paris30 October 2008The largest showcase of chocolate dresses was achieved by Le Salon du Chocolat with 23 chocolate outfits worn by models on a catwalk, in Paris, France, on 30 October 2008.
7358Most runs batted in a postseason baseball careerBernie WilliamsNot Applicable01 January 2006The record for most career runs batted in in the postseason is 80 by Bernie Williams (Puerto Rico) playing for the New York Yankees (USA) from to 1991 to 2006.
7359Largest EU missionEuropean UnionfirstNot Applicable, 09 December 2008On 9 December 2008, the European Union commenced its largest ever mission, EULEX, when it deployed the first of nearly 1,900 officials who will take over police, customs and justice responsibilities from the United Nations staff in Kosovo. The EU officials will be supported by 1,100 local staff, (final staff target 3,000), and the aim is to oversee the running of the courts, the police and customs services as well as assisting the authorities to combat organised crime. A spokeswoman indicated that the mission would also cover war crimes investigations, tracking down missing people and measures to deal with people trafficking. The mission in Kosovo is not to govern or rule. It is a technical mission, which will monitor, mentor and advise, whilst retaining a number of limited executive powers. Security will still be maintained by the 16,000 Nato-led KFOR troops. EULEX (EU Rule of Law Mission) has a budget of 205 million Euros for the first sixteen months.
7360Most swearing in a videogameScarface: The World is Yours (Sierra, 2006)5688/31000 timesUnited States, 25 July 2006The video game that features the greatest number of instances of the 'f-word' is Scarface: The World Is Yours (Sierra, 2006) which uses the famous 4 letter word 5,688 times throughout its 31,000 lines of dialogue and 15-hour single-player story.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
7361First zero gravity weddingErin Finnegan and Noah FulmorfirstUnited States, 23 June 2009Erin Finnegan and Noah Fulmor (both USA) got married in the first zero gravity wedding aboard a modified Boeing 727-200 on 23 June 2009. They said they had always wanted a 'different' wedding but admit they had trouble keeping the wedding dress from floating.
7362Most people shaking cocktails simultaneouslyDIAGEO1710 participantsSpain, Barcelona18 September 2013The most people shaking cocktails simultaneously involved 1,710 participants and was achieved by Diageo in Barcelona, Spain, on 18 September 2013.This record attempt was held at DIAGEO's Western Europe conference. All of the participants made a crude version of a vodka martini which included vodka, vermouth and lemon zest. This session was ran by Kenji Jesse who is the global ambassador for DIAGEO's brands.
7363First fully 3-dimensional RPGUltima Underworld: The Sygian Abyssfirst, 01 March 1992The first RPG to make use of a fully three-dimensional environment was Ultima Underworld, released in March 1992 and developed by Looking Glass Technologies with acclaimed designer Warren Spector, who also produced Deus Ex.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
7364Most combined yards from scrimmage in an NFL seasonChris Johnson2509 yard(s)United States, 03 January 2010The most combined yards from scrimmage gained by a single player in an NFL season is 2,509 by Chris Johnson (USA) playing for the Tennessee Titans from 10 September 2009 to 3 January 2010.The running back totaled 2,006 yards rushing and 503 yards receiving to break the previous record of 2,429 by Marshall Faulk (USA) of the St. Louis Rams in 1999.
7365First freeform 3D videogameMercenary (Novagen Software, 1985)first, 01 January 1985The first instalment in a series of three space-based games, Mercenary (Novagen Software, 1985) was the earliest title to offer players the chance to explore an open-ended 3D gameworld and find their own unique way to complete the game.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
7366Most steals playing NBA 2K10Wesley ParkerUnited States, Dallas10 February 2010The most steals while playing the 2KSports NBA 2K10 videogame during a four minute game (one minute per quarter) is 7 by Wesley Parker (USA) at the NBA Jam Session in Dallas, Texas, USA on 10 February 2010.
7367Youngest player to play in NHLArmand "Bep" GuidolinNot Applicable12 November 1942At 16 years 11 months, Armand "Bep" Guidolin (Canada, b. 9 December 1925) became the youngest player to skate in an NHL game playing for the Boston Bruins (USA) in a 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs (Canada) on 12 November 1942.
7368Farthest distance jumped underwater on pogo stickAshrita FurmanUnited States, Nassau County Aquatic Center in East Meadow,New York01 August 2007The farthest distance jumped underwater on a pogo is 512.06 m (1,680 ft) set by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Nassau County Aquatic Center in East Meadow, New York, USA, on 1 August 2007.
7369Oldest person to paraglide tandem (female)Margaret McKenzie McAlpineCyprus, Kyreina14 April 2012The oldest female person to paraglide tandem is Margaret McKenzie McAlpine (UK, b. 30 October 1907), who was 104 years 168 days old when she completed a tandem paraglide in Karaoglanoglu, Northern Cyprus, on 14 April 2012.
7370First murder by radiationAlexander LitvinenkofirstUK, London23 November 2007On 23 November 2006, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Litvinenko, a retired member of the Russian security services (FSB), died from radiation poisoning in London, UK, becoming the first known victim of lethal Polonium 210-induced acute radiation syndrome. Despite investigations the murder case remains unresolved.
7371Largest species of river dolphinBotoSouth AmericaThe largest species of river dolphin is the boto (Inia geoffrensis), famed for its striking pink colouration. Inhabiting the Amazon and Orinoco rivers of South America, it attains a total length of up to 2.6 m (9 ft).
7372First person to record 500 saves in Major League Baseball career, relief pitcherTrevor HoffmanfirstUSA, 01 January 2007The first relief pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB) history to record 500 saves in a career is Trevor Hoffman (USA) playing for the Florida Marlins (USA) and San Diego Padres (USA) from 1993 to 2007.
7373Most playoff games consecutively started by an ice hockey goaltenderMartin BrodeurNot Applicable01 January 2010The New Jersey Devils netminder Martin Brodeur (Canada) has started in a record 158 consecutive playoff games during the 2009-10 season.
7374Most home runs in a postseason baseball careerManny RamirezNot Applicable01 January 2009The record for most career home runs hit in the postseason is 29 by Manny Ramirez (Dominican Republic) playing for the Cleveland Indians (USA), Boston Red Sox (USA) and Los Angeles Dodgers (USA) from 1995 to 2009.
7375Fastest to win 500 NHL career matches by a goaltenderMartin BrodeurNot Applicable17 November 2007Martin Brodeur (Canada) of the New Jersey Devils (USA) won his 500th career game faster than any other goalie, in his 908th game, on the 17 November 2007 against the Philadelphia Flyers (USA).Patrick Roy (Canada), the NHL's all-time leader with 551 wins, recorded his 500th win in his 993rd game.
7376Most stolen bases in a postseason baseball careerKenny LoftonNot ApplicableThe record for most career stolen bases in the postseason is 34 by Kenny Lofton (USA) playing for several teams. Lofton surpassed the previous mark of 33 by Rickey Henderson (USA).
7377First multiplayer space combat videogameWing Commander Armadafirst, 01 January 1994On its release in 1994, Wing Commander Armada became the first 3D space combat video game to feature multiplayer options, with players able to compete against each other in split screen mode or over a network or modem connection.
7378First animatronic character in a videogameWing Commander III: Heart of the Tigerfirst, 01 January 1994In 1994, Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger became the first video game to use animatronic characters in its FMV footage. These mechanized characters were used to depict the Kilrathi aliens and cost $200,000 (£100,000).
7379First Tom Clancy videogameThe Hunt For Red Octoberfirst, 01 January 1987The first game to bear the Tom Clancy name was The Hunt For Red October, released in 1987. A second, more arcade orientated game was released, in 1990, more closely based on the movie of that same year.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
7380Best-selling videogame (excluding bundle sales)Wii Play (Nintendo, 2006)27490000 unit(s) sold, 01 July 2010Of games which do not come bundled with a console, Wii Play Nintendo, 2006) is the best-selling example of all time. More than 27.49 million copies had been sold by July 2010.While the game does not come bundled with a console, it does come with an extra game controller. Bearing in mind the popularity of the Wii as a multi-player games machine, it''s hardly surprising that this title was considered an essential purchase.

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