Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
8131Best-selling printer company – currentHewlett-Packard Development Co LP22,249,200 unit(s) soldUnited States, The current best-selling printer company is Hewlett-Packard Development Co LP (USA) with approximately 22,249,200 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling printer company is Canon Inc (Japan) with approximately 14,410,100 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
8132Most people taking part in simultaneous literature quizzes (multiple venues)World Book Day6,388 peopleUnited Kingdom, 22 February 2016The most people taking part in simultaneous literature quizzes at multiple venues is 6,388 and was achieved by World Book Day (UK) at 62 worldwide locations on 22 February 2016. The literature quizzes were all about children's books and their authors.
8133Largest carbon neutral trade showGSMA Mobile World Congress94,831 participantsSpain, Barcelona02 March 2015The largest carbon neutral trade show is the GSMA Mobile World Congress, with 94,831 attendees, achieved in Barcelona, Spain, on 3-4 March 2015. The trade show offset 159,695 tons of CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) with Carbon Credits and other measures.
8134Most LEGO® bricks added to a base plate in 30 secondsKamil DominowskiUnited Kingdom, London13 December 2015The most LEGO® bricks added to a base plate in 30 seconds is 127 and was achieved by Kamil Dominowski (Poland), in London, UK, on 13 December 2015. The record attempt took place at Brick 2015 at the ExCel center in the GWR Live! champions arena.
8135Longest dog leadPedigreeUnited Kingdom, Birmingham,National Exhibition Centre, Crufts.13 March 2005The longest dog lead was made by Pedigree, a dog food company, at their exhibition stand at the Crufts dog show in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK, between 10 and 13 March 2005, and when completed the leather lead measured 686 m (2,250 ft) in length.
8136Fastest journey around the Monopoly board on foot - London (team)Philip Rand, Kate Coombes, David Clare2:32:22 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London17 October 2015The fastest time to visit every location on the London Monopoly board on foot by a team is 2 hr 32 min 22 sec, and was achieved by David Clare, Philip Rand and Kate Coombes (all UK) in London, on 17 October 2015. David Clare also holds the individual record for this category.
8137Largest gathering of people wearing false moustachesDenver Broncos, University of Colorado Health6,471 peopleUnited States, Sports Authority Field at Mile High29 November 2015The largest gathering of people wearing false moustaches is 6,471 and was achieved by University of Colorado Health and the Denver Broncos (both USA), at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, USA, on 29 November 2015. The moustaches were orange to match the Broncos' team colours.
8138Tallest staircase built in one minute in Minecraft (console)Alastair Aiken, Tristen GerenUnited States, Fredericksburg22 November 2015The tallest staircase built in one minute in Minecraft (Mojang Sweden) is 17 blocks high, achieved by Alastair Aiken aka "Ali A" (UK), in London, UK, on 11 June 2015. This was equalled by Tristen Geren (USA), in Fredericksburg, USA, on 22 November 2015. .
8139Best-selling plasma TV brand – currentSamsung2,487,300 unit(s) soldKorea (South), The current best-selling plasma TV brand is Samsung (South Korea) with approximately 2,487,300 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling plasma TV brand is LG (South Korea) with approximately 1,976,200 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
8140Most people to sign up to donate blood in 8 hours - multiple venuesNabd El Hayat Foundation, Telecom Egypt, National Blood Transfusion Centre1650 peopleEgypt, Cairo23 February 2016The most people to sign up to donate blood in 8 hours - multiple venues is 1,650 and was achieved by National Blood Transfusion Centre, Egypt telecom, and Nabd El Hayat foundation (all Egypt), in Cairo, Egypt, on 23 February 2016.The attempt took place in 20 different locations around Egypt.
8141Greatest distance in 24 hours by mouth controlled motorised wheelchairChang hyun Choi255.43 kilometre(s)Korea (South), 02 December 2015The greatest distance in 24 hours by mouth controlled motorised wheelchair is 255.43 km (158.72 miles) and was achieved by Chang-Hyun Choi (South Korea) in Jeju Province, South Korea, on 1 - 2 December 2015. Chang-Hyun Choi is no stranger to record breaking - he is also the current record holder for 'Longest journey by mouth controlled motorised wheelchair', during which he covered 28,000 km (17,398 miles) across 35 countries.
8142Most expensive headwear sold at auctionEmirates Auction6,545,950 US dollar(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai24 November 2015The most expensive headwear sold at auction is AED (United Arab Emirates) 24,050,000 ($ 6,545,950 £ 4,332,110) and was auctioned by Emirates Auction (UAE), at an event organised by Al Jalila Foundation, in Dubai, UAE, on 25 November 2015. The headwear was a helmet originally used by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE vice president, prime minister and ruler of Dubai.
8143Largest game of Follow the LeaderDimension Data & Playworks768 participantsUnited States, Salt Lake City10 November 2015The largest game of follow the leader numbers 768 participants, achieved by Dimension Data & Playworks (both USA) in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on 10 November 2015. Participants included 4th and 5th grade "junior coaches" from Playworks, who received a Chromebook at the conclusion of the attempt.
8144Most sparklers lit simultaneously (single venue)Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo)1,070 participantsPhilippines, Philippine Arena, Ciudad de Victoria31 December 2015The most sparklers lit simultaneously is 1,070 and was achieved by Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ) (Philippines), at the at the Countdown to 2016 New Year Celebrations, in the Philippine Arena, Ciudad de Victoria Bocaue Bulacan, Manila, Philippines, on 31 December 2015. The total length of time from lighting until the last sparkler burnt out was 4 min 52.13 sec. Participants ranged in age from young teens to the elderly, despite taking place outdoors under heavy rain.
8145Most ABBA songs played and recognised in one minuteKen Bruce, Robert WellsUnited Kingdom, London15 January 2016The most ABBA songs played and recognised in one minute is 13 and was achieved by Robert Wells (Sweden) and Ken Bruce (UK) on BBC Radio 2 Friday Night is Music Night at the Mermaid Theatre in London, UK, on 15 January 2016. The entire radio show was in celebration of 60 years of Guinness World Records.
8146Most American footballs caught behind the back in one minuteKirk Cousins , Antonio BrownUnited States, San Francisco05 February 2016The most American footballs caught behind the back in one minute is 27 and was achieved by Antonio Brown and Kirk Cousins (USA) in San Francisco, California, USA, on 5 February 2016. This record was coordinated by NFL Network on the Friday before Super Bowl 50.
8147Most socks sorted and hung in one minute (team of two)Melanie Truby, Kimberley BrewerUnited Kingdom14 August 2011The most socks sorted and hung in one minute is 19 pairs and was achieved by Melanie Truby and Kimberley Brewer (both UK) at Butlins, Bognor Regis, UK on 14 August 2011. GWR Live! at Butlins.
8148Largest glass of beerEd Dupuy, Angus Wood2082 litre(s)United Kingdom, Halifax06 July 2014The largest glass of beer contained 2,082 litres (457.99 gal, 550 US gal) of Stod Fold Gold and was produced by Angus Wood and Ed Dupuy of Stod Fold Brewing Company (all UK), in Halifax, UK, on 6 July 2014.The glass measured 2.23 m (7 ft 4 in) tall with a diameter of 1.12 m (3 ft 8 in). It took one hour to fill the glass. It contained 3,664 pints, one for every kilometre of the Tour de France.
8149Fastest marathon on crutches (one leg)Larry ChloupekUnited States, Washington, D.C.16 March 2013The fastest marathon on crutches (one leg) is 5 hr 37 min 43 sec and was achieved by Larry Chloupek II (USA) at the Washington D.C. Rock and Roll Marathon in Washington D.C., USA, on 16 March 2013. Larry Chloupek II has been an amputee since the age of 7, having lost his leg to bone cancer.
8150Largest collection of Doctor Who memorabiliaIan O'Brien2021 itemsUnited Kingdom, Manchester25 July 2015The largest collection of Doctor Who memorabilia consists of 2,021 unique items. It belongs to Ian O'Brien, of Manchester, UK, and was verified on 25 July 2015.Ian O'Brien started his collection in 1974 with a yellow Bump and Go Marx Dalek, which he received for Christmas. His favourite items in the collection are a Dapol Tardis Console and a very rare Selcol Nursery Dalek. Every year for Christmas, Ian would receive the Doctor Who Annual.
8151Largest tartDominique Leveque, Christine LevequeFrance, CHAMBLANC10 August 2008The largest plum tart weighed 2177.50 kg (4800 lb 9 oz) and was made by Dominique and Christine Leveque (both France) in Chamblanc, France, on 10 August 2008.
8152Men's archery - farthest accurate distanceMatt Stutzman283.47 metre(s)United States, McKinney09 December 2015The farthest accurate shot in archery under World Archery conditions is 283.47 m (930.04 ft), achieved by Matt Stutzman (USA) at the TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas, USA on 9 December 2015. With Matt's second official attempt of three his arrow struck the target in the 4 black scoring zone in the north east (1 o'clock). Matt then removed his sight scope from the bow, took two shots, first missed the target, second hit the gold in the 9 scoring zone.
8153Most Smarties/M&Ms eaten in one minute blindfolded using chopsticksAshrita Furman20 piecesUnited States, New York08 December 2011The most M&Ms eaten in one minute blindfolded is 20 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), at the Sri Chimnoy Centre in New York, New York, USA, on 8 December 2011.
8154Best-selling feature phone company – retail currentMicrosoft Corp128,428,100 unit(s) soldUnited States, RedmondBased on retail figures from 17 September 2015, the current best-selling feature phone company is Microsoft Corp (USA) with approximately 128,428,100 units sold in 2014.The second best-selling feature phone company is Samsung Corp (South Korea) with approximately 110,913,600 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
8155Best-selling in-car navigation brand - retail currentGarmin9,135,500 unit(s) soldSwitzerland, SchaffhausenBased on retail figures from 3 September 2015, the current best-selling in-car navigation brand is Garmin (Switzerland) with approximately 9,135,500 units sold in 2014.The second best-selling in-car navigation brand is TomTom (Netherlands) with approximately 5,388,500 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
8156Lowest limbo skating over 25 mShristi Sharma17 centimetre(s)India, Nagpur07 October 2015The lowest limbo skating over 25 m is 6.69 inches (17 cm), achieved by Shristi Sharma (India) in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, on 7 October 2015. The attempt took place at Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar Nagpur, Maharashtra, India and was organized by Lokmat Media Pvt Ltd for the cause of Save a Girl Child.
8157Greatest distance covered in 12 hours by manual wheelchairHAKI DOKU121 kilometre(s)Italy, MILANOThe greatest distance by manual wheelchair in 12 hours is 121 km (75.19 miles) and was achieved by Haki Doku (Italy/Albania) at the Arena Civia, Milan, Italy, on 16 May 2015. Haki is paraplegic following an accident that left him with a spinal injury. Haki was accompanied during the final lap of this record-breaking attempt by seven year old Guido Severgnini, who has cerebral palsy and uses a walking frame.
8158Greatest distance in 24 hours by canoe (kayak) - ocean (male)Tim TaylorNew Zealand17 April 2015The greatest distance by canoe (kayak) on the ocean in 24 hours by a male is 209 km (130 miles 122.7 nautical miles) and was achieved by Tim Taylor (New Zealand) in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, between 16 and 17 April 2015.During this attempt Tim was fuelled by a combination of sausages, M & M's and his mum's biscuits.
8159Longest line of dangoSociety for Bright Future in Uji341.57 metre(s)Japan, Uji06 March 2016The longest line of dango measures 341.57 m (1,120 ft 7 in) and was achieved by Society for Bright Future in Uji (Japan) in Uji, Kyoto, Japan, on 6 March 2016. The attempt took place in Uji City, famous for its green tea therefore, the type of dango used in the attempt was chadango, tea-flavoured dango. A total of 16,291 pieces of dango were used to form the line.
8160Fastest time to complete three marathons in three days (male)Johan Oosthuizen8/11/8 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Lake Tahoe30 September 2006The fastest combined time for three marathons in three days is 8 hr 11 min 8 sec by Johan Oosthuizen (SA) during the Lake Tahoe Triple marathon event in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA, from 28-30 September 2006Times were:Marathon #1 - 2:43:35Marathon #2 - 2:43:31Marathon #3 - 2:44:02

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