Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
7441Fastest marathon (male)Dennis Kipruto Kimetto02:02:57 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Berlin28 September 2013The fastest marathon (male) is 2 hr 2 min 57 sec and was achieved by Dennis Kipruto Kimetto (Kenya) at the Berlin Marathon in Berlin, Germany, on 28 September 2014.Dennis Kimetto shaved 25 seconds off the previous record which was set just a year before also at the Berlin Marathon.Main image via Reuters
7442Fastest backhoe loader (digger)Matthew LucasAustralia, Bathurst21 October 2014The fastest speed achieved by a backhoe loader (digger) is 116.82 km/h (72.59 mph), in the JCB GT driven by Matthew Lucas (UK) at Bathurst Airport, New South Wales, Australia, on 21 October 2014.
7443Oldest croupierJoanna DoddUnited States, Las Vegas20 February 2015The oldest croupier is Joanna Dodd (b. 15 January 1936, USA) who is still employed as a croupier at Flamingo Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA as of 20 February 2015, making her the oldest croupier, aged 79 years 36 days. Joanna submitted her evidence on 20 February 2015, breaking the previous record by one day.
7444Fastest time to break 1,000 roof tiles (female)Lisa DennisUnited Kingdom, Orpington,,Crofton Halls26 March 2014The fastest time to break 1,000 roof tiles by a female is 83.98 sec and was achieved by Lisa Dennis (UK), in Orpington, Kent, UK, on 26 March 2014.
7445Most concurrent players in one Minecraft worldYogscastUnited Kingdom01 August 2011Minecraft isn't really designed for supporting hundreds of players in a world at once, so when the popular YouTube Minecraft-specializing channel Yogscast squeezed 2,622 players together on 1 August 2011, it was hardly playable. But they were all together nonetheless.
7446Most played Xbox LIVE Arcade videogameMinecraft: Xbox 360 EditionSwedenAs of May 2014, players of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (Mojang/4J Studios, 2012) have spent a total of 1.75 billion hours – or 199,772 years – playing the game, making it the most-played title in Xbox Live Arcade's history.
7447Heaviest weight lifted by two ears (using clamps)Asha RaniUnited Kingdom, Leicester18 July 2014The heaviest weight lifted by two ears using clamps by a female is 34.9 kg (76.94 lb) and was achieved by Asha Rani (India) in Rampur, Punjab, India, on 18 July 2014.
7448Largest mining truck body (volume)Belaz 75710645.4 cubic metre(s)Belarus, Zhodino22 January 2014The largest mining truck body is the Belaz 75710 with a volume of 645.4 cubic metres, made by Belaz (Belarus) and tested at their premises in Zhodino, Belarus, on 22 January 2014.The truck was built as part of the general trend within the mining industry for increasing the unit sizes of machinery, to make them capable of moving greater loads per haul cycle. The truck also has the highest rated payload capacity, at a total of 450 tons
7449Longest French knitting (team)Mairie de LavalFrance, Laval27 August 2014The longest French knitting by a team is 47.03 km (29.22 miles) in length and was achieved in an event organised by Mairie de Laval (France) in Laval, France, on 27 August 2014.
7450Fastest road walk 20 kilometres (male)Yusuke Suzuki1/16/36 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Nomi15 March 2015The fastest road walk 20 kilometres by a male is 1 hr 16 min 36 sec and was achieved by Yusuke Suzuki (Japan) at the Asian 20km Race Walking Championships in Nomi, Ishikawa, Japan, on 15 March 2015.According to the IAAF official website's all-time best 20km race walk ranking, Sergey Morozof (Russia) is the second fastest after Suzuki with the time of 1 hr 16 min 43 sec, achieved in 2008.
7451Most Winter Paralympics Biathlon medals (female)Olena IurkovskaNot Applicable01 January 2014The most Paralympic Winter Olympic medals won by a female athlete in biathlon is seven and was achieved by Olena Iurkovska (Ukraine) from 2002–2014.
7452Fastest motorhome (RV)Simon RobinsUnited Kingdom, Wrexham21 October 2014The fastest speed achieved by a motorhome is 227.35 km/h (141.3 mph), by Simon Robins (UK) at Elvington Airfield in East Yorkshire, UK, on 21 October 2014.The motorhome contains a double bed, sink, stove, and toilet.
7453Largest gathering of people dressed as sunflowersKarnevalsgesellschaft "Bleib treu" Boke e.V. 1950Germany, Delbrueck - BokeThe largest gathering of people dressed as sunflowers consists of 748 people. achieved by Karnevalsgesellschaft "Bleib treu" (Germany) in Boke, Germany, on 14 May 2015. All participants wore green body suits and yellow headdresses.
7454Most Nobel Prizes in physiology or medicine - country of birthUSASweden01 January 2014As of 2014 (inclusive), a total of 70 outright or shared winners of the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine were born in the USA.
7455Most Nobel Prizes in literature - country of birthFrancepeopleSweden, 01 January 2014As of 2014 (inclusive) a total of 11 authors winners of the outright or shared Nobel Prizes for literature were born in France.
7456Most Nobel Prizes in economic sciences - country of birthUSASweden01 January 2014As of 2014 (inclusive), a total of 43 outright or shared winners of the Nobel Prize for economic sciences were born in the USA.
7457Most translated short film (dubbed)Change directed by Rajendra VinodIndia, Bangalore28 February 2014The most translated short film is Change with 11 translations, directed by Rajendra Vinod (India) and released in India on 28 February 2014. Change was translated into:1-English2- French3- Hindi4- Marathi5- Gujarati6- Assamese7- Bengali8- Telugu9 - Kannada10- Tamil11 - Malayalam
7458Most translated short documentary (dubbed)Lepakshi directed by Rajendra VinodIndia, Bangalore28 February 2014The most translated short film documentary is Lepakshi with 11 translations, directed by Rajendra Vinod (India) and released in India on 28 February 2014.
7459Most powerful geothermal power stationThe Geyserskilowatt hour(s)United States, Mayacamas Mountains01 January 2014The Geysers geothermal field in the Mayacamas Mountains, California, USA, is the world's biggest single geothermal power base, with 22 geothermal power plants and a total installed capacity of 1,517MW, of which 18 plants and 900MW are currently being utilised. Spread over 117 km², the site has more than 350 steam production wells, some of which are 3 km deep, drilled to tap natural steam that is trapped below in a vast underground reservoir. The steam released is piped overland to a network of interconnected power plants, where it spins turbines which, in turn, run generators to produce electricity – enough to power a city the size of nearby San Francisco. Today, most of the power plants within The Geysers are owned and operated by Calpine, with others run by the US Renewables Group, Northern California Power Agency (NCPA) and Silicon Valley Power.
7460Fastest swim long course 50 metres butterfly (female)Sarah Sjöströmminute(s), second(s)Sweden, Boras05 July 2014The fastest long course 50 metres butterfly swim by a female athlete is 24.43 secs and was achieved by Sarah Sjöström (Sweden) in Boras, Sweden on 5 July 2014.
7461Strongest ligamentIliofemoral ligament350 newton(s)United Kingdom, St LouisThe strongest ligament is the iliofemoral ligament with a tensile strength of 350 newtons (78.68 lb-force).The iliofemoral ligament connects the hip to the thigh-bone it has a tensile strength of 350 newtons (78.68 lb-force).The iliofemoral ligament is positioned to prevent excessive extension and plays a significant role in stabilising and in maintaining upright posture at the hip, while limiting anterior translation.
7462Most free throws in a WNBA careerTamika CatchingsUnited StatesThe WNBA record for most career free throws converted is 1,773 by Tamika Catchings (USA) playing for the Indiana Fever (USA) since 2002.
7463Most people gold panningSoboba Casino235 peopleUnited States, San Jacinto25 October 2015The most people gold panning is 235, achieved by Soboba Casino (USA) in San Jacinto, California, USA, on 25 October 2015. The gold and dirt used in the attempt was sourced locally, and one lucky participant discovered approximately $9,000 worth of gold whilst panning.
7464Best-selling fighting videogame series on Nintendo hardwareSuper Smash Bros.34070000 unit(s) soldNot Applicable, 04 March 2015Nintendo’s crossover fighting hit Super Smash Bros holds the record for the best-selling fighting series on a Nintendo console with sales of 34.07 million as of 4 March 2015.
7465Most critically acclaimed RPG (role-playing game) videogameMass Effect 295.77 percentageNot Applicable, 07 April 2015Mass Effect 2 (BioWare/Electronic Arts, 2010) on X360 is the most critically acclaimed RPG, with a gamerankings.com rating of 95.77% from 75 reviews as of 7 April 2015.
7466Highest defence budgetUSA640000000000 US dollar(s)United States, The country that spends most on defence is the USA, which had a budget total of $640 billion (£433.2 billion) in 2013, according to SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute).
7467Most liked image on Instagram
7468Most medical ultrasound examinations in 8 hoursGood Liver Foundation , Liver Disease Prevention and Treatment Research Foundation , Rotary International District 3520, Rotary International District 3490, Rotary International District 3490Chinese Taipei, Taipei13 December 2015The most medical ultrasound examinations is 2,434 and was achieved by Rotary International Districts 3480, 3490 and 3520, Liver Disease Prevention and Treatment Research Foundation and Good Liver Foundation (all Chinese Taipei) in Taipei, Chinese Taipei on 13 December 2015
7469Most guest stars featured in a TV seriesThe SimpsonsUnited States16 July 2015With its 26th season airing in 2014–15, the longest-running sitcom, The Simpsons (Fox, USA), has featured more celebrity guests than any other television series to date, with 688 cameos, as of 16 July 2015.Several guests have made repeat appearances in the series, but only the debut cameo is included here, i.e., each guest is only counted once.
7470Greatest aggregate time playing Civilization IILycerius aka James Moore11 a unit not listed belowUnited States, 11 June 2013In June 2012, "Lycerius" aka James Moore (born Ireland/residing in USA) took to Reddit to reveal details of a game of Civilization II (MicroProse, 1996) that he had been playing since early 2002. He had dubbed his epic power struggle "The Eternal War". As of 23 September 2015, "Lycerius"'s last update came on 11 June 2013 – more than 11 years after he had begun playing. Lycerius had progressed the game into the year 4200 AD, which he described as presenting a "nightmare world of suffering and devastation". On 22 September 2015, Lycerius told GWR that he was still playing the same game but with "less regularity", and had not made "sufficient progress" beyond 4200 AD to warrant a further update on his Reddit page. Therefore, his record is currently remains dated as of 11 June 2013 – the date of his last Reddit post. James Moore holds dual citizenship between Ireland and USA.

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