Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
7501Most popular Call of Duty video channel by views“Ali-A” aka Alastair Aiken1,750,681,985 timesUnited Kingdom, 02 February 2016As of 2 February 2016, the dedicated Call of Duty YouTube channel of “Ali-A” aka Alastair Aiken (UK) had accrued 1,750,681,985 video views since launching on 13 September 2006. “Ali-A” is also the most popular dedicated Call of Duty channel by subscribers.
7502Most people sweeping the floor (single venue)Limpiando Sonora1,000 participantsMexico, Hermosillo07 November 2015The most people sweeping the floor is 1,000 participants achieved by Limpiando Sonora 2015, in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, on 7 November 2015. The record attempt kicked off the campaign to have a cleaner Sonora state, in order to help preventing the dengue/chikunguya mosquito problems.
7503Fastest row single sculls lightweight class (female)Zoe McBride7:24.46 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Varese20 June 2015The fastest single sculls lightweight class row by a female rower is 7:24.46 and was achieved by Zoe McBride (New Zealand, b. 27 September 1995) at the World Rowing Cup regatta in Varese, Italy, on 20 June 2015. Aged just 19 at the time, Zoe McBride broke the record that had been set before she was born during the semi final of the Regatta. Later on in 2015 she won the gold medal at the World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France.
7504Fastest coxless pairs rowing (women's class)Helen Glover, Heather Stanning06:50.610 minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Amsterdam30 August 2014The fastest coxless pairs row by a women's pair is 6 minutes 50.610 seconds and was achieved by Helen Glover and Heather Stanning (UK) at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 30 August 2014. More than 10 world records were set during this championships.
7505Fastest 100 miles ultra distance track (women)Mami Kudo13:52:07 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Chinese Taipei, Taipei10 December 2011The fastest 100 miles ultra distance track record by a female athlete is 13 hours 52 minutes 7 seconds by Mami Kudo (Japan) in Taipei, Taiwan, on 10 December 2011. Mami Kudo also set the 24 hours ultra distance track record at this event.
7506Cycling - women's 1 hour unpaced standing startBridie O’DonnellAustralia, Adelaide22 January 2016The greatest distance cycled over one hour by a female cyclist is 46.882 km (28,746 miles) and was achieved by Bridie O’Donnell (Australia) at the Super-Drome in Adelaide, Australia, on 22 January 2016. O’Donnell bettered Shaffer Van Houweling's record set a few months earlier by more than 600 metres. The Australian cyclist had been training for the attempt for 12 months and the record attempt was part of the Santos Tour Down Under week in Adelaide, which opens the UCI WorldTour season, the major series of men’s professional road cycling. The first one-hour women's record was set in 1955 by Soviet athlete Tamara Novikova, who rode 38.473 km.
7507Longest waterski jump (female)Jacinta CarrollUnited States, GrovelandThe longest waterski jump by a female athlete was 59.1 m (193 ft 10 in) by Jacinta Carroll (Australia) at Groveland, Florida, USA, on 17 May 2015. Jacinta Carroll broke the world record in the first round, with a 58.8 metre jump, before bettering it with his second-round jump.
7508Most points waterskiing overall (women)Natalia Berdnikova3,126.25 point(s)United States, GrovelandThe most points waterskiing overall by a female athlete is 3,126.25 points by Natalia Berdnikova (Belarus) in Groveland, Florida, USA, on 19 May 2012. The score breakdown was as follows: 3 at 11.25 m, 9,740 tricks, 58.0 m jump.
7509Speed Skating, Short-track, 1,000 m (men)Semion Elistratov01:22.607 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Dresden06 February 2016The fastest short-track speed skating 1,000 metres by a male athlete was 1 minute 22.607 seconds by Semion Elistratov (Russia) at the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup event in Dresden, Germany, on 6 February 2016. Elistratov broke the record in the Quarter Final. He finished second overall in the event.
7510Largest gathering of people wearing helmetsAğaoğlu Maslak 1453 Istanbul2770 peopleTurkey, Istanbul20 October 2013The largest gathering of people wearing helmets is 2,770 and was achieved by Ağaoğlu Maslak 1453 Istanbul (Turkey) in Istanbul, Turkey, on 20 October 2015. The message of the construction company Ağaoğlu Maslak 1453 was that everybody who is working in construction business should wear a helmet.
7511Fastest swim long course 200 metres medley (female)Katinka Hosszú2:06.12 minute(s), second(s)Russian Federation, Kazan03 August 2015The fastest long course 200 metres medley swim by a female athlete was 2 mins 06.12 seconds achieved by Katinka Hosszú (Hungary) at the 16th FINA World Swimming Championships in Kazan, Russia, on 3 August 2015.Hosszú shaved three hundredths of a second off the previous record set in 2009 during the World Championships.
7512Most expensive diamond sold at auctionBlue Moon of Josephine48468158 US dollar(s)Switzerland, Geneva11 November 2015Blue Moon of Josephine, a 12.03-carat cushion-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond, sold for US$48,468,158 (CHF 48,634,000 £31,939,478 €45,238,998), including commission, at Sotheby's auction, in Geneva, Switzerland, on 11 November 2015.Previously called Blue Moon, the internally flawless diamond was renamed Blue Moon of Josephine by Hong Kong tycoon Joseph Lau, who bought the gem for his daughter Josephine. The diamond was found in the Cullinan mine in 2014.
7513Fastest time to complete the Race for the Record challenge in Forza Motorsport 6 (team of two)Alex Arnou, Austin Cindric1:42:6 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Los Angeles12 December 2015The fastest time to complete the Race for the Record challenge in Forza Motorsport 6 (team of 2) is 1 hr 42 min 6 sec and was achieved by Austin Cindric (USA) and Alex Arnou (France) at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 12 December 2015. The duo was paired based off of their height. They completed all 3 races in 1 hr 42 min 6 sec and 826 milliseconds.
7514Fastest Lap in the Le Mans 24-hour raceAndré Lotterer3 minutes 17.475 seconds minute(s), second(s)France, Le Mans14 June 2015The fastest lap in the Le Mans 24-hour race is 3 minutes 17.475 seconds and was achieved by André Lotterer (Germany), driving a No. 7 Audi R18 e-tron quattro in Le Mans, France, on 14 June 2015. André Lotterer achieved the record on the 337th lap, and his team finished third in the overall standings.
7515Freediving - variable weight (men)Stavros KastrinakisGreece, Kalamata01 October 2015The freediving record, variable weight apnea, by a male diver is 146 m (479 ft) and was achieved by Stavros Kastrinakis (Greece) in Kalamata, Greece, on 1 October 2015. This was Stavros Kastrinakis' first world record it took him 3 minutes 33 seconds to return to the surface from a depth of 146 metres.
7516Fastest double sculls rowing (women's class)Sally Kehoe, Olympia Aldersey06:37.310 minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Amsterdam29 August 2014The fastest double sculls row by a women's pair is 6 minutes 37.310 seconds and was achieved by Sally Kehoe and Olympia Aldersey (both Australia) at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 29 August 2014. More than 10 world records were set during this championships.
7517Fastest row double sculls (male)Valent Sinkovic, Martin Sinkovic05.59.720 minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Amsterdam29 August 2014The fastest double sculls row by a male pair is 5 minutes 59.720 seconds and was achieved by Valent Sinkovic and Martin Sinkovic (Croatia) at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 29 August 2014. Martin and Vincent Sinkovic are brothers. More than 10 world records were set during this championships.
7518Smallest spiderPatu marplesi0.3 millimetre(s)Not Applicable, December 2015The smallest spider is Patu marplesi – the Samoan moss spider – with a body length of only 0.3 mm (0.01 in).This spider belongs to the group of 44 "midget" species that create the smallest spider webs
7519Speed Skating, 10,000 m (men)Ted-Jan Bloemen12,36 minute(s), second(s)United States, Salt Lake City21 November 2015The fastest speed skating 10,000 metres by a male athlete is 12 minutes 36.30 seconds by Ted-Jan Bloemen (Canada) at an ISU Speed Skating World Cup event in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on 21 November 2015. Bloemen won the gold medal at the event, which was the second stage of the 2015–16 ISU Speed Skating World Cup.
7520Jumping - Women, Barefoot WaterskiingAshleigh StebbingsAustralia, Mulwala16 March 2014The farthest barefoot water skiing jump by a female athlete is 21.7 m (71 ft 2 in) by Ashleigh Stebbings (Australia) in Mulwala, Australia, on 16 March 2014. Stebbings broke the record during the 2014 World Championships.
7521Waterskiing slalom (women)Regina JaquessUnited States, Cedar Ridge Lake07 June 2014The waterskiing slalom women's record is 3.25 buoy on a 10.25-m line at 55 km/h (34.18 mph) by Regina Jaquess (USA) at Cedar Ridge Lake in Mississippi, USA, on 7 June 2014. Regina Jaquess broke her own record during the Big Dawg Warm-up 1 at Cedar Ridge Lake.
7522Waterskiing slalom (men)Nate SmithUnited States, Covington07 September 2013The men's waterskiing slalom record is 2.5 buoys on a 9.75 m line at 58 km/h and was achieved by Nate Smith (USA) at Covington in Louisiana, USA, on 7 September 2013. Nate Smith had equalled the previous record of two buoys just three months prior to this successful attempt.
7523Slalom, Barefoot Waterskiing - WomenAshleigh StebbingsAustralia, Perth08 October 2014The world slalom record is 17.2 crossings of the wake in 30 seconds by Ashleigh Stebbings (Australia) at the AO Barefoot Championships in Perth, Western Australia, Australia, on 8 October 2014. As of the end of 2015, Ashleigh Stebbings held the slalom, tricks and jump record in Barefoot waterskiing.
7524Fastest swim short course 100 metres butterfly (female)Sarah Sjöström54.61 second(s)Qatar, Doha07 December 2014The fastest short course 100 metres butterfly swim by a female athlete is 54.61 seconds and was achieved by Sarah Sjöström (Sweden) at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) in Doha, Qatar, on 7 December 2014. Sarah Sjöström also broke the 200 metres freestyle short course record at the championships in Doha.
7525Fastest swim short course 100 metres medley (female)Katinka Hosszu56.70 second(s)Qatar, Doha05 December 2014The fastest short course swim in 100 metres medley by a woman is 56.70 seconds by Katinka Hosszu (Hungary) in at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) in Doha, Qatar, on 5 December 2014. Katinka Hosszu also broke the 200 metres medley record during the championships.
7526Fastest swim short course 400 metres medley (female)Mireia Belmonte04:19.86 minute(s), second(s)Qatar, Doha03 December 2014The fastest short course swim in 400 metres medley by a woman is 4 minutes 19.86 seconds by Mireia Belmonte (Spain) at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Doha, Qatar, on 3 December 2014. Belmonte holds multiple records in both long course and short course swimming.
7527Fastest swim short course 100 metres freestyle (female)Cate Campbell00:50.91 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Sydney28 November 2015The fastest short course 100 metres freestyle swim by a female athlete is 50.91 seconds and was achieved by Cate Campbell (Australia) at the Australian Short Course Championships in Sydney, Australia, on 28 November 2015. Incredibly the last four world records in this discipline have been set at the Australian Short Course Championships. Libby Trickett had set the record on consecutive days in 2005 before breaking her own record in 2009. Campbell shaved a tenth of a second off her time in 2015.
7528Fastest swim short course 50 metres freestyle (female)Ranomi Kromowidjojo23.24 second(s)United States, Indianapolis12 December 2015The fastest short course 50 metres freestyle swim by a female athlete is 23.24 seconds by Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Netherlands) in Eindhoven, Netherlands, on 7 August 2013. She equalled her own record in Indianapolis, USA, on 12 December 2015. Ranomi Kromowidjojo equalled the record while swimming for the Europe All-Stars in the Duel in the Pool against the USA swim team.
7529Fastest swim short course 1,500 metres freestyle (female)Mireia Belmonte15:19.71 minute(s), second(s)Spain, Sabadell12 December 2014The fastest short course 1,500 metres freestyle swim by a female athlete is 15:19.71 by Mireia Belmonte (Spain) at the Spanish Championships in Sabadell, Spain, on 12 December 2014. Belmonte holds multiple records in the pool but is yet to have won a gold medal. She picked up two silvers in 2012 in freestyle and butterfly.
7530Fastest swim short course 200 metres medley (female)Katinka Hosszu02:01.86 minute(s), second(s)Qatar, Doha06 December 2014The fastest short course swim in 200 metres medley by a woman is 2 minutes 01.86 seconds by Katinka Hosszu (Hungary) at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) in Doha, Qatar, on 6 December 2014. Hosszu set records in both the 100 and 200 metres medley at this championships.

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