Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
8011Fastest speed barefoot waterskiing (male)Scott Pellaton218.44 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Chandler, Arizona01 November 1989The highest barefoot water skiing speed recorded by a male is 218.44 kmh (135.74 mph) by Scott Michael Pellaton over a quarter-mile course at Chandler, Arizona, California, USA in November 1989.
8012Fastest half marathon barefoot on ice/snowWim Hof2/16/34 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Finland, Oulu26 January 2007The fastest half marathon ran while barefoot on ice or snow is 2 hr 16 min 34 sec by Wim Hof (Netherlands) near Oulu, Finland, on 26 January 2007.Done for the Discovery Channel's 'Real Superhumnas and the Quest for the Future Fantastic'.
8013Heaviest train pulled by rice bowl suction on the stomachZhang Xingquan36.15 tonne(s) (metric ton)China, Beijing03 August 2007By pressing a rice bowl on his abdominal muscles, Zhang Xingquan (China), was able to create enough suction to pull a 36.15 tonnes (79,700 lb) heavy train for 40 meters in Dehai City, Jilin Province, China, on 3 August 2007. The record was attempted for Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China.The weight of the train was: 36 tonnes (79,366 lb).Two drivers: 152 kg (335 lb).
8014Heaviest rideable motorcycleHarzer Bike Schmeide4.749 tonne(s) (metric ton)Germany, Cologne23 November 2007The heaviest motorcycle is the Harzer Bike Schmiede, built by Tilo and Wilfried Niebel of Zilly, Germany, which weighed 4.749 tonnes (10,470 lb) on 23 November 2007.At 5.28 m (17 ft 4 in) long and 2.29 m (7 ft 6 in) tall, and powered by a Russian tank engine, the bike took a team of mechanics and welders almost a year to construct.
8015Fastest time to burst three balloons with the backJulia Gunthel aka Zlata12 second(s)Germany, Cologne23 November 2007The fastest time to burst three balloons with the back is 12 seconds, set by Julia Gunthel, aka 'Zlata' (Germany) on the set of Guinness World Records - Die Grossten Weltrekorde in Cologne, Germany, on 23 November 2007.
8016Largest animal sculptureMilka14.18/11.77/21.24 metre(s)Germany, BERLIN11 November 2007The largest animal sculpture in the shape of a cow was created by Milka (Germany) measuring 14.18 m (46 ft 6 in) tall, 11.77 m (38 ft 7 in) wide and 21.24 m (69 ft 8 in) long in Berlin, Germany on 11 November 2007.
8017Fastest production diesel boatXSR48161 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Lymington01 December 2006The fastest diesel boat in production is the XSR48, a 157.5-m (48-ft) stiff Kevlar/carbon-fibre monocoque hull, 800 bhp race boat, which can achieve speeds in excess of 161 km/h(100 mph) with its race-tuned engine option. Developed by XSMG Marine (UK) and launched in Lymington, Hampshire, UK, in December 2006, each of the 100 due for production will be priced at £1 million ($2 million).
8018Longest journey by electric vehicle (non-solar)Norman Hajjar19607.96 kilometre(s)United States, Venice21 April 2014The longest journey by electric vehicle (non-solar) is 19,607.96 km (12,183.80 miles) and was achieved by Norman Hajjar (USA) who drove a Tesla Model S from Portland, Oregon to Venice, California, USA, from 28 March to 21 April 2014.4311.1 kWh of electricity was consumed and 91 charges took place over the course of the journey.The entire trip was driven solo by Norman Hajjar, Managing Director of PlugInsights, the research division of Recargo Inc.
8019Largest Mexican waveKelcy HaleUnited States, Bristol23 August 2008The largest mexican wave involved 157,574 participants and was achieved by the TUMS wave at Bristol Motor Speedway during the Sharpie 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee, USA, on 23 August 2008.Danny Girton Jr. adjudicated.
8020Largest gazpachoMega Pic Nic Continente5000 litre(s)Portugal, Lisbon,Praça do Comércio29 June 2013The largest gazpacho measures 5,000 litres (1,099.85 UK gal 1,320.86 US gal) and was achieved by Mega Pic Nic Continente (Portugal) in Praça do Comércio, Lisbon, Portugal, on 29 June 2013.The gazpacho was made using the Portuguese recipe by Luis Figueiredo and 25 students of Escola de Hotelaria e Turismo de Lisboa. It contained 1,560.45 kg (7,584 lb 5 oz) of tomato, 274.10 kg (604 lb 4 oz) of cucumber, 131.45 kg (289 lb 12 oz) of onion, 8.85 kg (19 lb 8 oz) of garlic and 294.55 kg (649 lb 5 oz) of peppers. It all occurred as part of Mega Pic Nic, a free event organised by hypermarket chain Continente.
8021Oldest land animalUnknownUnited Kingdom (Scotland only)The fossil of a 1-cm-long (0.25 in) centipede found near Stonehaven, Scotland, UK, by bus driver and amateur palaeontologist Mike Newman(UK) is thought to be 428 million years old and the earliest evidence of a creature living on land rather than in the sea. Formally named Pneumodesmus newmani in 2004, the anthropod had spiracles - primitive air-breathing structures on the outside of its body - making it the oldest air-breathing creature yet to be discovered. Newman made his find on the foreshore of Cowie Harbour in 2004 and placed the specimen in the charge of the National Museums of Scotland in Edinburgh.Pneumodesmus newmani would have been remarkably similar to today's millipedes. "These things are living fossils," said Dr Lyall Anderson, curator of invertebrate palaeontology at Scotland's National Museums. "Their morphology, shape and function really hasn't changed very much in all that 420 million years.
8022First human-sheep chimeraProf. Esmail Zanjani, University of NevadafirstUSA, University of Nevada01 March 2007In March 2007, Prof. Esmail Zanjani from the University of Nevada (USA) announced that he and his research team had created the world´s first human-sheep chimaera, i.e. a sheep that contains sheep cells and human cells. 85 per cent of its cells are sheep, the remaining 15 per cent are human, and its creation brings ever closer to reality the prospect of animal organs being transplanted into humans. Zanjani and his team have spent seven years and £5 million perfecting the technique required to produce this chimaera, which involves injecting adult human cells into the foetus of a sheep.
8023Largest motorcycle poker run (multiple venues)Red Knights International Motorcycle ClubUnited States, 9 different states of USA18 April 2009The largest motorcycle poker run in multiple venues had 2,136 participants, was organized by the Red Knights International Motorcycle Club for the Fallen Firefighter Survivors Foundation and took place simultaneously at 22 venues in 9 states across the USA on 18 April 2009.Other venues participated, but they did not reach the minimum required to count to the total. The list of chapters and participation is: Maryland 2: 107 Maryland 3: 247 Maryland 4: 26 Georgia 19: 111 Alabama 2: 32 Virginia 2+6: 34 North Carolina: 77 Pennsylvania: 115 North Carolina 10: 95 Florida 14: 129 North Carolina 15: 39 Maryland 5+6: 72 North Carolina 2: 26 South Carolina 3: 44 Virginia 14: 63 Alabama 10: 105 Maryland 8: 224 Mississippi 4: 74 Virginia 12: 21 Florida 13: 57 Virginia 9 and 13: 117 Florida 10: 321
8024Largest simultaneous premiere - screensThe Age of StupidUnited States, New York21 September 2009The largest simultaneous film premiere in terms of screen viewings was the US premiere of The Age of Stupid which opened at 337 screens around the USA, at 7.50 pm (EST), on 21 September 2009.
8025Longest television interviewTom Conroy and Tim Shadbolt26/4 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)New Zealand, Invercargill29 April 2012The longest television interview is 26 hours and 4 seconds and was achieved by Tom Conroy (New Zealand) and Tim Shadbolt (New Zealand) on the set of CUE Television, Invercargill, New Zealand from 28-29 April 2012.
8026Most letters typed in alphabetical order with the feet in one minuteLiu WeiItaly, Rome11 March 2010The most letters typed with feet in alphabetical order were 251 and were achieved by Liu Wei (China) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy on 11 March 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV Show "Lo Show dei Record".
8027Most viewed online video advertisementDove Real Beauty Sketches124875719 timesUnited Kingdom, 02 November 2013The most viewed online video advertisement is "Dove Real Beauty Sketches", which had been watched 124,875,719 times – in 25 languages in more than 110 countries – as of 2 November 2013. The data was collected by Unruly for their Viral Video Chart
8028Most breakdance virgin air flares in one minuteB-Boy JuniorFrance10 October 2010The most breakdance virgin air flares in one minute is 39 and was achieved by B-Boy Junior (France) at the Sony Ericsson UK B-Boy Championships, World Finals on 10 October 2010.The virgin air flare is like a standard air flare except the legs are closed instead of in a v shape. It is sometimes referred to as a Thomas flair - the name used for a similar move in gymnastics.
8029Most expensive Snoopy memorabiliaThe Ever-Shining Star2888880 US dollar(s)Hong Kong, Hong Kong13 November 2009The most expensive Snoopy memorabilia is a HK$ 2,888,880 (£230,000, US$ 371,000) replica named "The Ever-Shining Star" created by Tse Sui Luen Jewellery (International) Limited, and unveiled in Hong Kong, China, on 13 November 2009. The replica stands 14 cm (5.5 in) and is encrusted with 9,917 diamonds, 783 black diamonds and 415 ruby gem stones, totalling 207 carats.
8030Longest non-TV promotional advert / commercialEmirates airline14/40 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)UAE, Dubai01 January 2008To celebrate the launch of their new route from Dubai, UAE, to São Paulo, Brazil, the Emirates airline created a video commercial lasting 14 hr 40 min – the same length of time as the journey itself. It features Fernando Ferreira (Brazil, aka Non-Stop Fernando), who talks (without cuts) for the entire time about the delights of his home country and the benefits of flying Emirates.Interested viewers are able to watch a short trailer for the commercial through Fernando's own page on YouTube (http://uk.youtube.com/profile?user=nonstopfernando ) while the full endurance advert is available on the Non-Stop Fernando (http://www.nonstopfernando.com/ ) website.
8031Largest chinowaAichiken GokokujinjyaJapan, Nagoya28 June 2009The largest chinowa measured 11 m (36 ft 1 in) in diameter and was made by Aichiken Gokokujinjya (Japan) in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan, on 28 June 2009.Chinowa is a large ring made of cogon grass and erected on the pathway leading to Shinto shrines on the days of purification of the last day of the sixth or seventh month. Worshipers at the shrine pass through the ring as an act of purification from misdeeds, impurities, or bad luck.
8032Highest walls climbed with feet only in 30 secondsGuixian GaoChina12 November 2009The highest walls climbed with feet only in 30 seconds is 13.3 m (43 ft 7.6 in) and was achieved by Gao Guixian (China) from Shao Lin Tagou Martial Arts School in Dengfeng City, Henan Province, China, on 12 November 2009.The attempt was one of the outdoor events for Zheng Da Zong Yi-Guinness World Records Special.
8033Longest serving president of a global sports organisationJose SulaimanMexico, Mexcio City16 January 2014The longest serving president of a global sports organisation is José Sulaimán (Mexico), who has served as president of the World Boxing Council since 5 December 1975.Sulaiman joined the World Boxing Council in 1968 before being elected president seven years later. Some of the innovations overseen by Sulaiman include: reducing world championship bouts from 15 rounds to 12, the conducting of official weigh-ins 24 hours prior to each bout, the creation of intermediate weight divisions, creation of the World Medical Congress, and introduction of the attached thumb glove. More than 300 boxers have won world titles during Sulaiman's reign and the WBC has grown to include more than 160 affiliated countries. Sulaiman was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2007.
8034Highest margin of victory on Madden NFL 09 (EA, 2008)Patrick Scott PattersonUSAThe winning margin of 192 points, achieved by US gamer Patrick Scott Patterson in Texas, USA, on 24 June 2009, is the largest ever recorded on Madden NFL 09. Patrick’s impressive blowout was clocked up on Madden NFL All Play 09 on the Wii.
8035Most vertical feet skied downhill in 24 hours (team)Sascha Sorio, Lukas Ausserdorfer, Roland Brugger, Peter PruggerItaly, Olang,Südtirol,Lorenzilift, Kronplatz15 January 2011The most vertical feet skied downhill in 24 hours by a team of four is 429,266.08 m (1,408,350 ft 5 in) and was achieved by Sascha Sorio, Lukas Ausserdorfer, Roland Brugger and Peter Prugger (all Italy) in Olang – Kronplatz, Südtirol, Italy, on 14-15 January 2011.Four teams of four competed against each other and together accumulated 1,670,999.21 m (5,482,269 ft10 in). All 16 participants are local ski teachers and have started training 6 months prior the attempt with a specialist team consisting of dieticians, physicians, sports psychologists and physiotherapists. During the attempt two more records got broken for the most vertical feet skied downhill in 24 hours (female) and most vertical fee skied downhill in 24 hours (male). All 16 participants skied throughout the 24 hours with no breaks in between and no injuries.
8036Most sticky notes on the body in five minutesTetsuro DegawaJapan, Shibuya,,on the set of Grand Whiz-Kids TV (NHK)02 February 2014The most sticky notes on the body is 674 and was achieved by Tetsuro Degawa (Japan) on the set of Grand Whiz-Kids TV (NHK) in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, on 2 February 2014.
8037Longest nougatDon Carmelo Bilardo, The city of Mazzarino695 centimetre(s)Italy, Mazzarino23 September 2011The longest nougat measures 695 m (2,280 ft 1.15 in) and was achieved at an event organised by the city of Mazzarino and Don Carmelo Bilardo (Italy) with the help of over 200 Sicilian confectioners under the direction of Master Confectioner Nicola Fiasconaro. The nougat was prepared and displayed in Mazzarino, Sicily, Italy, on 23 September 2011.The Cubata, a local recipe of Arabic origin, included 1,350 kg (2,976 lb) of locally grown almonds and 1,350 kg (2,976 lb) of sugar. The final product, which took 16 hours to make, weighed 2,500 kg (5,511 lb) and was 10 cm (3.94 in) wide and 2 cm (0.79 in) thick.
8038Tallest ox (living)BellinoItaly, Rome27 March 2010The tallest ox is Bellino, a chianina ox who measured 2.027 m (6 ft 7 in) to the withers. He is owned by Giuseppe Sola (Italy) and was measured on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 27 March 2010.An ox is an adult, castrated male bovine.
8039Fastest time to complete the Three Poles challenge (male)Adrian Hayes, Mt Everest28 December 2007The shortest time taken to reach the three extreme points of the Earth: Mt Everest, the North Pole and the South Pole (also known as the Three Poles) is 1 yr 217 days, and was achieved by Adrian Hayes (UK). Mr Hayes summitted Mt Everest on 25 May 2006, reached the North Pole on 25 April 2007 (from Ward Hunt Island, Canada), and finally claimed the South Pole, journeying from the Hercules Inlet, on 28 December 2007 .
8040First submarine to be sunk by another submerged submarineHMS Venturer, U864Norway, North Sea09 February 1945On 9 February 1945, towards the end of World War II, HMS Venturer, a British 'V'-class submarine, made history by sinking a German submarine (U864) while both were submerged in the North Sea west of Bergen, Norway. Venturer acquired the German submarine on her Anti-Submarine Detection Investigation Committee (ASDIC, now known as sonar), which was being used in passive mode, and tracked it for one hour and then, having ascertained the course and speed of the target, she launched 4 torpedoes. The German submarine sank with loss of all crew.

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