Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

8731Most tomatoes harvested from one plant in one yearWalt Disney World CompanyUnited States, Epcot Science project at Walt Disney World Company20 April 2006The most tomatoes harvested from a single plant in one year weighed 522.464 kg (1151.84 lbs). The tomato plant is at the Epcot Science project at Walt Disney World Company in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. The harvest started on 24 May 2005 and ended on 20 April 2006.32,194 tomatoes were harvested.
8732Fastest long track speed skating eight-lap team pursuit (male)Jan Blokhuijsen, Sven Kramer, Koen Verweij3/35.6 minute(s), second(s)United States, Salt Lake City16 November 2013On 16 November 2013, the Dutch team of Jan Blokhuijsen, Sven Kramer and Koen Verweij broke the record for the eight-lap male team pursuit in a time of 3 min 35.6 sec in Salt Lake City, USA.
8733Force Basque - Most 100kg stone lifts in 1 minuteJose Jamon IzetaFrance, Soulac16 August 2005Jose Ramón Iruretagoiena aka Izeta II (Spain) performed 22 lifts of a 100 kg stone in 1 minute on the set of 'L'Ete de Tous Les Records' in Soulac, France on 16 August 2005 and equalled his record on the set of 'Lo show dei record' in Madrid, Spain, on 16 February 2008.
8734Most times to win Champions League football (soccer) titles by an individual playerClarence SeedorfGreece, Athens01 January 2007Clarence Seedorf (Suriname) claimed his fourth Champions League winning title as a player, when his team, AC Milan, beat Liverpool in Athens, Greece, on 23 May 2007. He also played with the same team, winning in 2003, and with two other different clubs: Ajax (1995) and Real Madrid (1998).
8735Fastest shot on goal in English top division football (soccer)David Hirst183 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Highbury16 September 1996The fastest shot on goal during an English Premier League game was recorded at 183 km/h (114 mph), when a football kicked by David Hirst (UK), playing for Sheffield Wednesday, hit the crossbar from 13. 5 m (14.8 yards 44 ft), during their match against Arsenal at Highbury, London, UK on 16 September 1996.
8736Most people waving flagsPunjab Youth Festival56618 peoplePakistan, Lahore,,National Hockey Stadium01 March 2014The most people waving flags is 56,618, achieved by Punjab Youth Festival 2014, organized by Sports Board Punjab at the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan, on 1 March 2014.
8737Oldest marsupialCommon wombatUnited Kingdom, London20 April 1906The longest-living marsupial whose age has been reliably recorded was a common wombat (Vombatus ursinus) that was 26 years 22 days old when it died on 20 April 1906 at London Zoo. Although not verified, it is possible that the larger species of kangaroo live up to 28 years in the wild.
8738Most consecutive wins in world artistic gymnastic championshipsJury Chechi5 timesItaly, 09 February 2008The most consecutive world artistic gymnastic championships won in a single apparatus is 5 and was achieved between 1993 and 1997 by Jury Dimitri Chechi (Italy) in the specialty of the rings. The record was awarded to Jury on the set of ‘Lo show dei record’, in Madrid, Spain, on 9 February 2008.Jury Dimitri Chechi (born October 11, 1969) is an Italian former gymnast.Born in Prato (Tuscany, Italy), he won the Olympics title in the rings at Atlanta 1996 and was third at Athens 2004. This bronze was the fruit of a comeback at the age of 35, ten to fifteen years older than most of his competitors.Jury Chechi dominated his specialty, the rings, during the nineties, so he was named "The Lord of the Rings", however he could not participate in the Barcelona 1992 and Sydney 2000 Olympic games due to serious injuries. He has won five gold and two bronze medals at the World Gymnastics Championships and four gold and two bronze medals at the European Championships.Chechi was the Italian flagbearer at the opening ceremony in the Athens Games in 2004. He also participated in the 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Turin.Jury sparked some controversy at the 2004 Athens Olympic games when he shook the hand of Silver medalist in the rings final, Jordan Jovtchev and signaled that he should have won the gold medal, not Dimosthenis Tampakos (meaning that he won only because he was the local champion).
8739First aircraft electric poweredElectra F-WMDJFrance, Alps23 December 2006On 23 December 2006, a wood and fabric single seat aircraft (the Electra F-WMDJ) flew for 48 minutes for 50 km (30 miles) around the southern Alps in France powered by an electric, 25-horsepower British-made motor used often to power golf carts!
8740Fastest circumnavigation sailing non-stop, westbound, solo (female)Dee CaffariUnited Kingdom, PortsmouthThe fastest female to sail around the world westbound, non-stop, solo and unsupported is Dee Caffari (UK) in Aviva a 22-m (72-ft) monohull, who took 178 days 3 hr 5 min 34 sec to sail back to her start point in Portsmouth, UK, between 20 November 2005 - 18 May 2006.
8741Most basketball three pointers in two minutesSong Hejing44 timesChina, Beijing09 December 2012The most basketball three pointers in two minutes is 44 and was achieved by Song Hejing (China) on the set of a CCTV Guinness World Records Special, in Beijing, China, on 9 December 2012.
8742Most blindfolded basketball free throws in one minuteBob J. Fisher22 timesUnited States, Centralia17 December 2011The most blindfolded basketball free throws in one minute is 22 by Bob J. Fisher (USA) at Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas, USA, on 17 December 2011.Bob made 22 free throws out of 40 attempts.
8743Longest document scannedUnknownUnited States, Orlando, Florida25 February 2008The longest scanned document is 1,181 m (3,875 ft) achieved on a Trüper 3600 scanner by Böwe Bell + Howell (USA) at the HIMSS Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, on 25 February 2008.HIMSS = Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society The + in Bowe Bell + Howell is part of the name.
8744Oldest model on the Forbes Celebrity 100 listHeidi KlumNot Applicable14 June 2007The oldest model to be listed on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list is Heidi Klum (Germany, b. 1 June 1973) who was aged 34 years 13 days when the list was published on on 14 June 2007. Klum was listed No. 84 on the list, with a wealth estimated at $8 million (£4 million).
8745Longest bridge, suspension bridge for pedestriansKokonoe Yume BridgeJapan, Kokonoe30 October 2006The Kokonoe Yume bridge was opened on 30 October 2006 by the Kokonoe town government. The bridge is the longest suspension bridge for pedestrians in the world, spanning a length of 390 m (1279 ft).There is a separate record for longest wooden footbridge set by the Horai Bridge located in the Shizuoka prefecture in Japan.
8746First ascent of K2 west faceUnknownfirst, K221 August 2007Russia's Andrew Mariev and Vadim Popovich completed the first successful ascent of the notoriously vicious west face of K2. The expedition – led by Viktor Kozlov (Russia) – reached the 8,500-m-high (28,251-ft) peak on 21 August 2007, after a gruelling 10-week climb. Incredibly, none of the team used oxygen for the climb.
8747Fastest parachuting Freefall Style (male)Marco PfluegerGermany, Eisenach15 September 2007The fastest men’s parachuting Freefall Style is 5.18 seconds by Marco Pflueger (Germany) over Eisenach, Germany on 15 September 2007. In the Freefall Style discipline skydivers must compete a pre-determined set of manoeuvres in the quickest possible time.
8748Fastest time to sail from New York to San FranciscoGitana 13United States, New York28 February 2008The fastest time to sail from New York to San Francisco is 43 days 3 min 18 sec and was achieved by the 110 ft (33.5m) multihull, Gitana 13, crewed by a team of nine and skippered by Lionel Lemonchois (France) between 16 January and 28 February 2006.
8749Highest mountain tabletopMonte RoraimaVenezuelaMonte Roraima, on the border of Brazil and Venezuela, is a sandstone plateau measuring 2,810 m (9,220 ft) in height. Its harsh environment has resulted in around one third of its plant species being unique to the mountain.Monte Roraima is believed to have been the inspiration for Arthur Conan-Doyle’s (UK) The Lost World.Pic: Alamy
8750Most weight lifted by barbell upright row in one hourEamonn KeaneIreland, Louisburgh24 July 2012The most weight lifted by barbell upright row in one hour was 64,800 kg (142,859 lb 8 oz) by Eamonn Keane (Ireland) at Louisburgh gym in Louisburgh, County Mayo, Ireland, on 24 July 2012.
8751Largest gathering of major telescopesKitt Peak National ObservatoryUnited States19 March 2014The largest gathering of major telescopes is located at the Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona, USA. Kitt Peak is a 2,096-m (6,876-ft) mountain whose excellent observation conditions and atmospheric clarity have attracted the construction of 24 major telescopes on its summit since 1958.
8752Most seafood prepared at an outdoor eventA Maior Sardinhada do MundoPortugal, SetúbalThe most seafood prepared at an outdoor event is 6,340.72 kg (13,978.94 lb) and was achieved at the "A Maior Sardinhada do Mundo", at the Largo José Afonso, in Setúbal, Portugal, on 29 May 2010.The record was achieved grilling sardines alone on a 100 m (328 ft) long grill.
8753Most platforms in a mobile gaming launchTom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow01 January 2006The largest mobile gaming launch was for Mobile-phone versions of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow, these were launched on an unprecedented 48 different handsets in over 30 countries in 2006, Making this the largest mobile gaming launch. It also remains as the UK’s highest rated shoot-’em-up in mobile gaming history, scoring, for example, 9.1/10 on Gamespot.
8754Highest score on Virtua TennisJan-Erik SpangbergSweden14 February 2001The highest score for Virtua Tennis is held by Jan-Erik Spangberg (Sweden) who clocked up a total of 44,000 on his way to achieving the highest score in the Exhibition (Los Angeles) singles mode of the Sega Dreamcast version of Virtua Tennis. Spangberg set the record on 14 February 2001 with the game set to “Very Hard” difficulty.
8755First console game to support player modificationsUnreal TournamentfirstThe first console game to support full user-defined “mods” was Unreal Tournament on the PlayStation 3. Although several previous console games have allowed players to customize content or create maps for shooters using an in-game editor Unreal Tournament demonstrated the sort of sophisticated creation of content and wholesale modification that have become a hallmark of first-person shooters on the PC.
8756First 3D tennis videogameVirtua Tennis01 January 1999The earliest tennis game to use 3D graphics was the 1999 arcade version of Virtua Tennis. Virtua Tennis was able to provide a far more realistic, natural and enjoyable simulation of tennis than its competitors, thanks to the realism of the player movements and the use of complicated ball physics.
8757First videogame created with the Unreal EngineUnreal01 January 1998The earliest video game to be created using the Unreal engine was perhaps unsurprisingly, its first outing was the original Unreal game in 1998. The various iterations of the Unreal engine have been used to power over a hundred games, from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone to Rainbow Six: Vegas.
8758Smallest Nintendo home entertainment systemNintendo WiiThe smallest Nintendo home entertainment system is the Wii. Measuring just 44 x 157 x 215 mm, the Wii is much less bulky than any of its other Nintendo predecessors. It is roughly the same width as three DVD boxes stacked together. Also, with a mass of just 1.2 kg, the Wii is lighter than either the Xbox 360 or the PS3.
8759Most types of ball spun simultaneouslyCameron KettmanItaly, Milan,,On the set of Lo Show Dei Record01 April 2011The most types of ball spun simultaneously is 8 and was achieved by Cameron Kettman (USA) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 1 April 2011.
8760Largest gathering of angelsHauzenberg aktivGermany, Hauzenberg, near Passau13 December 2009The largest gathering of angels was achieved by 1,039 participants, in an event organised by Hauzenberg aktiv (Germany) in Hauzenberg, Lower Bavaria, Germany, on 13 December 2009. The event was organised as a pre-Christmas celebration for the people of Hauzenberg.

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