Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
7981Shortest interval between birth of twins - single confinementEllen Brown2 minute(s)United Kingdom, Durham10 July 1995The shortest interval between birth of twins (single confinement) is 2 minutes and was achieved by Ellen Louise Brown (UK) who gave birth to Thomas at 16:54 and Niall at 16:56 at Dryburn Hospital in Durham, United Kingdom, on 10 July 1995.
7982Longest marathon playing ring-boardJoe Norman, Robert Norman, Paul Harkes, Faye Savill, Marion Daly, Betty Murphy, Hazel Gannon, Denis CurtisUnited Kingdom, Rainham13 July 2003The record for the longest ring-board marathon is held by Joe Norman, Robert Norman, Paul Harkes, Faye Savill, Marion Daly , Betty Murphy, Hazel Gannon and Dennis Curtis (all UK). The team of eight played ring-board continuously for 24 hours at Silver Hall Social Club, Rainham, Essex, UK on 12-13 July 2003.Throwing a set of 6 rubber rings (approx 10cm diameter) at a Ring-Board (containing 13 plastic coated hooks 30mm in size, numbered 1 to 13) located on a wall 178cm (5` 10") high, and thrown at a distance of 259cm (8` 6"), individualy (like darts).
7983Longest chorizoCamara de Comercio Santa Rosa de CabalColombia, Santa Rosa de Cabal05 March 2011The longest chorizo measured 1,917.8 m (6,291 ft 11 in) and was made by Camara de Comercio Santa Rosa de Cabal (Colombia) and measured in Parque Bolivar, Santa Rosa de Cabal, Colombia, on 5 March 2011.The event lasted more than 12 hours.
7984Largest Black Forest gateauEuropa-ParkGermany, Rust16 July 2006The largest Black Forest gateau weighed 2,963 kg (6,532 lb) and was made by the patissier Hans-Dieter Busch of the K & U Bakery (K & U Bäckerei GmbH) and displayed at the ice skating arena of Europa-Park, in Rust, Germany, on 16 July 2006.
7985Largest barbecue (dimensions)Discovery Channel BIG!15/3.75/20/2.25/8 metre(s)United States, Santa Clarita20 June 2004The largest barbecue in the world, unveiled on 20 June 2004, was built on Discovery Channel's BIG! television show and measures 15 ft 3.75 in (4.66 m) high, 20 ft 2.25 in (6.14 m) wide and 8 ft (2.43 m) deep.The grill is 96 sq ft, 12 ft wide and 8 ft deep. Without the wooden side 'worktops', the barbecue itself measures 12 ft 1.75 in. At the unveiling the barbecue was used to cook a whole pig, a ten-foot hotdog and four turkeys.
7986Longest marathon playing four squareBAICAArgentina, Buenos Aires13 December 2008The longest four square marathon lasted for 29 hours and was achieved by Federico Fernandez, Estefania Vanek, Grant Fischer, Tim Elmore, John Kuper, Irvin Gamboa, Analia Salerno, Christopher DiTrolio (all Argentina) at Buenos Aires International Christian Academy, Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 12-13 December 2008.
7987Longest painting by numbersHong Kong Wetland ParkHong Kong, Hong Kong Wetland Park17 October 2009The longest painting by numbers is 959.35 m (3147 ft 5 in) long and is entitled "Birds and Wetlands". It was created by 2,041 Participants in an event organized by the Hong Kong Wetland Park at their premises in Hong Kong, China on 17 October 2009.The painting was 1.2 metres (3 ft 11 in) high.
7988Largest rotating three-sided billboard (advertisement)Chongqing Financial Street Real Estate Co. Ltd5748 square metre(s)China, Chongqing05 February 2005The rotating three-sided advertisement board attached to the walls of the Janianhua Mansion of the Chongqing Financial Real Estate company in Chongqing, China, has a total surface area of 5,748 m² (61,871 ft²). It was opened on 5 February 2005 and covers all four sides of the building.The billboard is 33.6 m (110 ft 3 in) tall and the widest panel is 90 m (295 ft) long.
7989Youngest football refereeSamuel KeplingerGermany, Bobingen24 February 2008The youngest person to referee a competitive football (soccer) match is Samuel Keplinger (Germany) who was 9 years 302 days old when he officiated the 0-0 draw between SSV Bobingen and SV Reinhartshausen in Bobingen, Bavaria, Germany on 24 February 2008Samuel was refereeing as part of an indoor tournament organised by TSV Bobingen. The tournament was for local U-7 boys teams. Samuel also refereed another game that day between FSV Wehringen and FSV Inningen.Samuel had always shown a keen interest in refereeing and finally decided to take charge of a match after reading about the previous record in GWR 2008 edition.
7990Largest motorized shopping trolley
7991Most Oscar nominations - Best SongSammy Cahn26 timesUnited States, Los Angeles01 January 1976Sammy Cahn (USA, 1913 - 1993) was nominated for the category Best Original Song a total of 26 times between 1943 and 1976 during his career. His first nomination was for 'It Seems I Heard That Song Before' from the film Youth on Parade (USA 1942). Of all his nominations, his most prolific singer was Frank Sinatra having sung six of the nominated songs in the films Anchors Aweigh (USA 1945), Tender Trap (USA 1955), The Joker is Wild (USA 1957), Some Came Running (USA 1958), A Hole in the Head (USA 1959) and Robin and the 7 Hoods (USA 1964).
7992Highest 720 spin on inline skatesRomain GodenaireFrance, Port Medoc21 July 2005The record for the highest 720 spin on inline skates is 4.25 m (13.94 ft) by Romain Godenaire (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Port Medoc, France on 21 July 2005.
7993Tallest chocolate fountainJean Philippe Pâtisserie8/2 metre(s)United States, Las Vegas, Nevada28 April 2008The largest chocolate fountain measures 8 m (26 ft 3 in) tall and circulates 2 tons (4,409 lb) of chocolate at a rate of 120 quarts per minute. It is displayed at the Jean Philippe Pâtisserie (USA) in Bellagio Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
7994Fastest time to put six eggs in egg cups using the feet whilst in a contortion chest standMiho SuzukiJapan, Tokyo21 August 2011The fastest time to put six eggs in egg cups using one's feet is 27.42 seconds achieved by Miho Suzuki (Japan) on the set of 24HR TELEVISION LOVE SAVES THE EARTH (NTV) in Tokyo, Japan, on 21 August 2011.Miho Suzuki is a Japanese actress. She attempted the record live on TV.
7995Largest tilting shipFLIPUnited StatesThe Floating Instrument Platform, or FLIP, is a 108 m (355 ft) long oceanic research barge that is able to float 'upright' with 17 m (55 ft) of its length above the ocean surface and 91 m (300 ft) below. The vessel rotates through 90° by flooding large ballast tanks. As these sink, FLIP's buoyant end -which contains accommodation for the 16 crew and their research equipment - rises. FLIP is operated by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, USA, and is favoured by scientists because it offers a far more stable platform for research than regular ships.
7996Closest Calypso PassUSAF Thunderbirds45 centimetre(s)United States, Nellis13 November 2005The closest that two planes flying at high-speed have performed a mirror image is 45 cm (18 in) - that is just over the height of this book! The manoeuvre, known as the 'Calypso Pass', was performed by two 71,000-hp Lockheed-Martin F-16 Falcons belonging to the United States Air Force Thunderbirds display team at the Aviation Nation Air Show 2005 in Nellis, Las Vegas, USA on 12-13 November 2005. Both planes were flying at a speed of 1,223 km/h (760 mph) - close to the speed of sound. Pilots: Major Scottie Zamzow (Thunderbird 5) and Major Brian Farrar (Thunderbird 6). Note that Thunderbird 5 spends so much time inverted that her number is upside-down (but the right way up for viewers).
7997Most synchronized two hand rifle spins in one minuteConstantine WilsonUnited States, Washington28 January 2006Constantine Wilson, Abraham Robbins, Seaman Patrick Reed and DC3 Valentino Cuba (all USA) completed 168 synchronized two hand spins for a total of 84 cycles in one minute, at the Navy and Marine Reserve Center, Anacostia Naval Base, Washington, DC, USA, on 28 January 2006.
7998Largest fondue setFootball Club SemsalesSwitzerland, Semsales26 June 2010The largest fondue set consisted of a pot measuring 2.6 m (8 ft 6 in) in diameter and 1.61 m (5 ft 3 in) deep and two forks measuring 2.61 m (8 ft 6 in) long and was created by the Football Club Semsales (Switzerland) in celebration of their 75th anniversary in Semsales, Switzerland, on 26 June 2010.The fondue prepared in the pot used 922.5 kg (2,033.76 lb) cheese, equal parts gruyere and vacherin.
7999Most holes made in metal barrel with chopsticks in one minuteJiao WangChina, Beijing30 October 2007The most holes made in a metal barrel with chopsticks in 1 minute is 41 and was achieved by Wang Jiao (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 30 October 2007.The metal barrel was filled with water and the chopsticks made out of steel.
8000Most skateboard backside varial kickflips in one minuteRob Dyrdek14 timesUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The most skateboard backside varial kickflips in one minute is 14 by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
8001Heaviest weight lifted with glue (non-commercially available)German Aerospace CenterGermany, Köln,,German Aerospace Center22 September 2013The heaviest weight lifted with glue is 16.09 tonnes (35,472 lb 6.4 oz), which was achieved by Deutsches Zentrum für Luft, aka the German Aerospace Center (Germany) at their facility in Cologne, Germany, on 22 September 2013.The glue was applied to an area of just 39.6 cm².
8002Oldest batteriesUnknownIraq, Baghdad03 March 2003Around a dozen clay jars, measuring around 13cm (5in) long, and dating back around 2,000 years, are believed to be the world's oldest electrical cells (batteries). The jars contain a copper cylinder and an iron rod, along with signs of acidic corrosion. Modern replicas of these objects have been shown to function as rudimentary electrical cells (batteries), and it is possible that they were used for electroplating. Their exact origin and age is disputed. But some reports claim they were discovered in the basement of the Baghdad Museum by German archaeologist Wilhelm Konig in 1938.
8003Largest pocket knife / penknifePankaj OjhaIndia, JAIPUR/JAIPUR/RAJASTHAN21 December 2010The world's largest pocket knife measures 6.02 m (17 ft 33 in) when open and has a steel blade 2.46 m (8 ft 1 in) long. It was designed and made by Garima Foundation and Pankaj Ojha (all India) and was presented at the Pink Square Mall, Jaipur, India, on 21 December 2010.The record for the largest wooden spoon was also broken at the same event.
8004Most Brussels sprouts eaten in one minuteLinus UrbanecSweden, Rottne in Småland26 November 2008The most Brussels sprouts eaten in one minute is 31 and was achieved by Linus Urbanec (Sweden) in Rottne, Sweden, on 26 November 2008.As per the guideline, the Brussels sprouts were eaten using a cocktail stick and only one Brussels sprout was spiked, eaten and swallowed at a time.
8005Largest parade of Nissan carsSkylineowners.comNot Applicable, Silverstone11 April 2010The largest parade of Nissan cars consisted of 225 vehicles in an event organised by Skylineowners.com (UK) at the Silverstone Race Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire, UK, on 11 April 2010.The parade completed two full laps of the circuit at an average speed of 15-20 mph (24-32 km/h), achieving a distance of 3.5 mi (5.63 km) in total. 246 cars turned up on the day but for various reasons only 225 could be counted towards the record.
8006First peace treatyRamses II Hattusilis IIIEgypt01 January 1271The earliest known surviving peace treaty was drawn up in 1271BC and signed by the Egyptian pharaoh, Ramses II (Ramses the Great), and Hattusilis III, King of the Hittites. Two copies of the treaty were made, one in hieroglyphics, the other in the Mesopotamian language of Akkadian (or Babylonian-Assyrian). In the treaty, both parties not only agreed to end years of warring between Egypt and Hatti (in present-day Turkey), but also to a mutual alliance in the event of foreign or domestic aggression and to the extradition of rebels, fugitives and political refugees. A fragile peace remained for the next 40 years until the fall of the Hittite Empire. A copy remains in the Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt, the initial version were recorded on silver tablets.
8007Most beach volleyball smashes in one minuteStephane Mathurin, Denis Damel, Sebastien Le Bosse, Stephane FaureFrance, Soulac15 August 2005The most volleyball smashes completed in one minute by a team of four is nine and was set by Stephane Mathurin, Denis Damel, Sebastien Le Bosse and Stephane Faure (all France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, in Soulac, France on 15 August 2005.
8008Oldest sculptureVenus of Hohle FelsGermany, Schelklingen01 September 2008In September 2008, excavations at Hohle Fels Cave in the Swabian Jura of southwestern Germany uncovered a female figurine carved from Mammoth ivory. This figurine has been accepted by experts as the earliest ever depiction of a human, and the oldest known example of figurative art. It was found in the basal Aurignacian geological deposits dating this figure to somewhere between 35,000 and 40,000 years ago – an estimate subsequently confirmed by radio-carbon dating. This discovery radically changes our views of the context and meaning of the earliest Paleolithic art. Unlike previous carvings of likenesses of animals into bone and rock, this depiction of the voluptuous female form – known as the Venus of Hohle Fels – incorporates both biological accuracy and abstract form, meeting all the requirements for true art sculpture.
8009Largest collection of tribal and ethnic footwearWilliam ( Boy) HabrakenNetherlands, Dongen01 August 2006The record for the largest collection of tribal and ethnic footwear belongs to William (Boy) Habraken (The Netherlands), with 2,322 different pairs of footwear originating from 155 countries, which he has been collecting since 1968.William’s collection, which consists of shoes, boots, sandals, moccasins, clogs and slippers dating back to the 10th century B.C., is housed in a private museum in Holland and displayed in 39 glass cabinets. From January 2007, his collection will be permanently displayed in the “Shoes or no Shoes” Museum in Kruishoutem, Belgium. William also wrote a book untitled “Tribal and Ethnic Footwear of the World” which includes 2,162 photographed and documented pairs. Information about his collection can also be found on www.shoeornoshoes.com under the heading” Etnographic shoe collection”. His favourite pair is from a Bedouin woman from the desert of Shiraz in Iran, who gave him her own bridal shoes adorned with seashells found in the desert. Another favourite is a pair of sandals he got from the Ashanti Royal family in Ghana after he was inaugurated as chief of a village.
8010Largest species of beetleTitan long horn beetle, Hercules beetle, Goliath beetleNot ApplicableThe longest species of beetle in terms of body size alone is the titan beetle Titanus giganteus of South America, with a body length of 15 cm (6 in). In terms of total length, the hercules beetle Dynastes hercules (the largest of the 'rhinoceros' beetles, also of South America) measure 17 cm (7 in) long, due to a long pair of horns - one extending from the head, the other from the thorax. However, the largest in terms of weight, and indeed the heaviest of all insects, is Africa's goliath beetle Goliathus goliathus, which can obtain larval weights up to 100 g (3.5 oz).http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/po/news/2004-05/feb/24a.shtmlhttp://www.lightsources.org/cms/?pid=1001643http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercules_beetlehttp://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-beetle.htmlhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goliathus

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