Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

8761First videogame modified for use in army troop trainingBattlezonefirst, 02 June 1980On 2 June 1980, Atari’s Battlezone featured the first truly 3D battlefield environment and impressed the United States Armed Forces so much they commissioned Atari to build specially modified versions for possible use in training gunners on tanks. Only two prototypes were produced and it remains uncertain if they were ever used in a training environment.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
8762Most people riding hobby horsesRubén Darío Correa - Las Noticias Populares de La Cariñosa RCN RADIOColombia, Ibague24 June 2014The most people riding hobby horses is 4,790 and was achieved by Rubén Darío Correa - Las Noticias Populares de La Cariñosa RCN RADIO Ibagué (Colombia) at Parque Manuel Murillo Toro in Ibagué, Colombia, on 24 June 2014.
8763First dog simulation videogameDogz01 January 1995The earliest dog simulation video game was the PF released Dogz on the PC back in 1995. The main difference between Dogz and Nintendogs (other than graphics and how you interact with the canine) was that in Dogz, the puppy actually grew up into a dog over time. Dogz was followed by Catz in 1996.
8764Most martial arts throws in one minuteKonstantinos Karipidis (Greece)65 repetitionsGreece, Alexandroupolis,Alexandroupolis' municipality indoor gymnasiumThe most Martial Arts throws in one minute is 65 and was achieved by Konstantinos Karipidis (Greece) in Alexandroupolis' municipality indoor gymnasium, in Alexandroupolis, Greece, on 28 May 2011. During this attempt Konstantinos Karipidis broke his previous record of 51 throws in a minute.
8765Largest tambourine EnsembleAmway TaiwanChinese Taipei, Taipei City09 December 2012The largest tambourine ensemble was achieved by 12,323 participants in an event organised by Amway (Chinese Taipei), in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei, on 9 December 2012.
8766Oldest Michelin three star chefJiro OnoJapan, Tokyo29 March 2009Jiro Ono (Japan, b. 27 October 1925), owner and chef of sushi restaurant 'Sukiyabashi Jiro´ in Tokyo, Japan, was first awarded as a three star chef in the Michelin Guide Tokyo 2008 when he was 82 years old. At the age of 83, he is the world´s oldest Michelin three star chef.The small basement restaurant does not have a menu. They do not accept payment by credit cards, and the price of the set course starts from 27,000 yen (𧵴). Currently, the restaurant is fully booked for 3 months.
8767Most people solving Rubik's CubesCollege of Engineering, Pune3248 peopleIndia, Pune04 November 2012The most people solving Rubik's cubes simultaneously is 3,248 and was achieved by the College of Engineering Pune at the College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India, on 4 November 2012.A total of 3,267 people took part in the attempt however only 3,248 completed the Rubik's cube within the allotted time.
8768Most successful tennis serves in one hourSean RooneyIreland, Bray,Co. Wicklow,County Wicklow Lawn Tennis Club18 September 2011The most tennis serves in one hour is 1,158, achieved by Sean Rooney (Ireland), at the County Wicklow Lawn Tennis Club, Bray, Ireland, on 18 September 2011.
8769Smallest all-terrain armoured vehiclePAV1 BadgerUnited States, California01 January 2008Built by Howe and Howe Technologies and measuring less than 1 m (3 ft 3 in) wide, the PAV1 Badger is the smallest all-terrained armoured vehicle. It is powerful enough to break down doors but small enough to fit in a lift. It was commissioned by Civil Protection Services (CPS) of California, USA.The tank is already being used by SWAT teams in the United States.
8770Most needles threaded blindfolded in one minuteWang FuquanItaly, Rome11 March 2009The most needles threaded blindfolded in one minute is 44 and was achieved by Wan Fuquan (China) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 11 March 2009. The record was part of the Italian TV show "Lo Show dei Record"
8771Longest production run for a military aircraftLockheed Martin C-130United States, Marietta07 March 2013By 7 March 2013, the US company Lockheed Martin had produced 2,437 Hercules C-130 aircraft. The C-130 production line is the longest continuously operating military aircraft production line in history The Hercules made its first flight on 23 August 1954 and deliveries began in December 1956.
8772Largest gathering of people dressed in Regency costumesJane Austen Festival409 participantsUnited Kingdom, BATH19 September 2009The largest gathering of people dressed in Regency costumes was achieved by 409 participants, for the Jane Austen Festival in Bath, UK, on 19 September 2009.The event managed to raise £374 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
8773Largest desert lakeLake TurkanaKenyaLake Turkana, in the Great Rift Valley, Kenya, has a surface area of 6,405 km2 and an average depth of 30.2 m. It is the fourth largest salt lake in the world and is fed by the Omo, Turkwel and Kerio rivers. There is no outflow from Lake Turkana and the only method of water loss is by evaporation.
8774First person to solo Annapurna lTomaz HumarfirstNepal, Annapurna l28 October 2007On 28 october 2007, Tomaz Humar (Slovenia) became the first person to solo Annapurna l. Humar chose to climb a new route along the right side of the south face in pure "alpine" style (meaning that he carried all his equipment and food with him, as opposed to "expedition" style, in which the climber benefits from porters and fixed lines.
8775Oldest referee at the football (soccer) FIFA World Cup finalsGeorge ReaderBrazil, Rio de Janeiro16 July 1950The oldest referee to officiate a FIFA World Cup finals match is George Reader (UK) who was 53 years 236 days old when he refereed the final game of the 1950 World Cup at the Maracana stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 16 July 1950.The match was won by Uruguay who beat the hosts Brazil 2-­1 in front of crowd estimated at 200,000 (although officially recognized by Fifa as 174,000) to go top of the final group and win the World Cup for the 2nd time.
8776First television game showSpelling BeefirstUK, Alexandra Palace,LondonSpelling Bee was first transmitted on BBC television at 10pm on 31 May 1938. Beamed live from Alexandra Palace, the 15-minute show involved the host Freddie Grisewood asking contestants to spell various words, and was based on a successful radio format adapted by the BBC from the US schools' Spelling Bee competitions. The show ran monthly for just five episodes.
8777Most consecutive goals scored in an ice hockey matchRalph DeLeoUnited States, Boston Tech Arena10 January 1953The most consecutive goals scored by an individual in a senior ice hockey game is 10 and was achieved by Ralph DeLeo (United States) for Boston Technical against Roxbury Memorial in the Greater Boston Senior League, at the Boston Tech Arena, Boston, United States, on 10 January 1953.The final score finished 14-0 to Boston Technicals and Ralph DeLeo scored 11 goals in total, his final 10 consecutive goals were as follows, 2 in the first period, 3 in the second period and 5 in the third period.
8778Most people shaving with an electric shaverPanasonic Corporation1421 peopleJapan, Suita03 November 2011The record for the most people shaving with an electric shaver (multiple venue) is 1,421 participants and was organized by Panasonic Corporation & Gamba Osaka Co.,Ltd. (Japan) at the Expo ’70 Commemorative Stadium in Osaka, Japan on 3 November 2011.This event was part of the 'Most people shaving with an electric shaver (multiple venues)' attempt which was achieved by 1,981 participants. The challenge was a promotional event held before a football game.
8779Largest gathering of people wearing akubra hatsKempsey Shire Council1912 peopleAustralia, Kempsey09 November 2012The largest gathering of people wearing Akubra hats is 1,912 and was achieved by Kempsey Shire Council (Australia), in Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia, on 9 November 2012.
8780Largest gathering of people wearing vests/singlets/tank topsDeniliquin Ute Muster3500 peopleAustralia, Deniliquin,,Bull Ride Arena02 October 2010The largest gathering of people wearing singlets was 3,500 people gathered in the Bull Ride Arena during the annual Deniliquin Ute Muster in Deniliquin, NSW, Australia, on 2 October 2010. The participants were wearing blue singlets, known across Australia as ‘Blueys’, traditionally worn by shearers.
8781Longest line of piesEdgar Hensel1477 itemsGermany, Gifhorn,,Fahrzeughaus Gifhorn SüdThe longest line of pies is 1,477 pies and was achieved by Edgar Hensel (Germany) at Fahrzeughaus Gifhorn Süd, Gifhorn, Lower Saxony, Germany, on 26 May 2013.The line of pies measured 276.5 m (907 ft 1.8 in). The pies were all 16 cm length apple pies.
8782Most consecutive at-bats in one Nippon Professional Baseball inning (team)Yakult SwallowsJapan, Osaka14 June 2009The most consecutive at-bats in one Nippon Professional Baseball inning by a team is 11 and was achieved by the Yakult Swallows against the Orix Buffaloes (both Japan) in the fifth inning at the Kyocera Dome, Osaka, Japan, on 14 June 2009. The inning was a 10-run inning and helped the Swallows to an eventual 14-10 victory. The score was tied at 2-2 at the time when Norichika Aoki started the run with a single, eight consecutive hits followed until a walk ended the run of hits. The at-bats continued though with Yakult scoring home run and a double to finish off the incredible sequence.
8783Most pizzas made in 24 hours (team)Domino's Pizza EnterprisesAustralia, Queensland17 June 2012The most pizzas made in 24 hours is 7,539 and was achieved by Domino's Pizza Bundaberg (Australia) in Queensland, Australia, on 16-17 June 2012The attempt began at 9.00 a.m. on 16 June and finished just after midnight, about 12.30 a.m. on 17 June. The previous record was broken at 8.30 p.m., meaning it was broken in 11.5 hours. Two independent witnesses were present for each four-hour period, and Chris Sheedy was also present for the final seven hours, which was by far the busiest period. All pizzas were sold to the public for a greatly discounted price. So all pizzas made were actually ordered by the public and came from the usual Domino's Pizza menu. Domino's Pizza flew in its finest staff from around Australia and New Zealand for the attempt.
8784Most people chalk drawing simultaneously - single locationEURÓPA KözhasznúHungary, Budapest20 September 2009The record for the most people chalk drawing simultaneously involved 5,391 participants, in an event organised by EURÓPA Közhasznú (Hungary) in Andrassy Street, Budapest, Hungary, on 20 September 2009.The record attempt was made to raise awareness of the importance of protecting the environment.
8785Youngest football player in a national top divisionMauricio BaldiviesoBolivia, La Paz19 July 2009The youngest football player in the national top division is Mauricio Baldivieso (Bolivia, b. 22 July 1996) aged 12 years 362 days when he represented Aurora FC in the match against La Paz in the Clausura competition of the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano at Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz, Bolivia, on 19 July 2009. Mauricio came on as a sub in the second half after the coach and his father brought him on as an early birthday present.
8786First boss battles in an FPS videogameWolfenstein 3D (id Software, 1992)firstAlthough the practice of throwing players up against powerful boss enemies soon became an FPS cliché, Wolfenstein 3D was the first title in the genre to make such battles an integral part of progress. Infamously, the game’s final boss was Adolf Hitler himself, sporting a mechanical suit of armour and twin Gatling guns!Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
8787Largest sculpting lessonWanda Goodman588 peopleCanada, Toronto05 July 2014The largest sculpting lesson was attended by 588 participants during an event organised and conducted by Wanda Goodman (Canada) and held at KidsFest, in Ontario, Canada, on 5 July 2014.
8788First action RPG videogameDragon Slayer (Nihon Falcom, 1984)Not Applicable01 January 1984Released for the NEC PC-88, an early home computer sold only in Japan, Dragon Slayer is the first true action RPG. The game has the hallmarks of the genre, such as an emphasis on combat and a limited inventory that forces players to choose carefully what they carry.
8789Fastest completion of Katamari DamacyTom Batchelor30/26 minute(s), second(s)USAAfter the “King of All Cosmos” accidentally destroys the stars, he tasks his son with the unenviable job of recreating them – so goes the story behind Namco’s Katamari Damacy, one of the surprise hits of 2004. With a single-segment completion time of 30 min 26 sec, American Tom "slowbro" Batchelor became the game's undisputed champion on 3 August 2006.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
8790Most books exchanged in 8 hoursAbu Dhabi PoliceUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi29 November 2011The most books exchanged in 8 hours was 2,868 and was achieved at an event organised by the Juvenile Welfare Centre – Abu Dhabi Police (UAE), in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on 29 November 2011.The record attempt was part of UAE National Day celebrations.

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