Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
8821Largest collection of butterfly-related itemsNina MerinovaRussia, Tyumen03 October 2011Nina Merinova (Russia) has 735 different butterfly ornaments, as of September 2011, which she has been collecting since 1996.Nina started making butterfly ornaments in 1996 when she lived in Siberia. As she had snow 8 months in a year, she began making colourful butterflies after having read the book ‘Butterflies of the World.’
8822Most assists playing NBA 2K10Andrew Frost, J.R. WildyUnited States, Dallas11 February 2010The most assists while playing the 2KSports NBA 2K10 videogame during a four minute game (one minute per quarter) is 16 by both Andrew Frost and J.R. Wildly (both USA) at the NBA All-Star Jam Session in Dallas, Texas, USA on 11 February 2010.
8823Most points in the first half of NBA 2K10Cody Redrick, Brandon McJunlainUnited States12 February 2010The most points in the first half of a 2KSports NBA 2K10 videogame (four minute game, one minute per quarter) is 17 by both Cody Redrick and Brandon McJunlain (both USA) at the NBA Jam Session in Dallas, Texas, USA on 12 February 2010.
8824Most people transplanting seedlingsCouncil of Agriculture Executive Yuan , Taoyuan County Farmers' Association1215 peopleChinese Taipei, Taoyuan18 August 2012The most people transplanting seedlings is 1,215 achieved by Council of Agriculture Executive Yuan on an event organized by Taoyuan County Farmers' Association in Taoyuan, Chinese Taipei, on 18 August 2012.The record was broken by 1,215 participants aged from 16 to 96. They used 16 minutes 20 seconds to transplant more than 300,000 rice seedlings into 2 hectares of rice paddy.
8825Largest display of Star Wars clonetroopers built with interlocking plastic bricksLEGO UKUnited Kingdom, Slough27 June 2008The world´s largest build and display of LEGO® Star Wars&trade Clone Troopers was composed of 35,210 individual models and was built by LEGO® in Slough, UK, on 27 June 2008.Gareth Deaves adjudicated
8826Most expensive city to eat in restaurantsLondon39.09 UK pound(s)United Kingdom, LondonAccording to Zagat restaurant guides, the world's most expensive city to dine out in 2007 is London, UK, where the average cost of a three-course meal plus one glass of wine is £39.09 ($79.66) - practically double that of New York, USA (£19.30, $39.33).The survey is based on 10,000 people's dinning experiences in 45 cities.
8827Youngest person to swim the English Channel (female)Samantha DruceNot Applicable18 August 1983The youngest female to swim across the English Channel is Samantha Druce (UK, b. 22 April 1971), who completed the crossing in 15 hr 27 min aged 12 years 118 days on 18 August 1983.This record is for reference, and cannot be attempted, as there is now a minimum age of 16 years for swimming the English Channel.
8828Youngest person to play in the top division of English football (soccer)Matthew BriggsUnited KingdomThe youngest player to appear in the English Premiership is Matthew Briggs (UK, b. 9 March 1991), who came on as a substitue, playing for Fulham in their 3-1 defeat against Middlesbrough on 13 May 2007, aged 16 years 65 days.
8829Youngest person to win an NHL scoring titleSidney CrosbyNot Applicable09 April 2007At 19 years 245 days Sidney Crosby (Canada, b. 7 August 1987) of the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) became the youngest player in NHL history ever to win a league scoring title, when the final game of the 2006-07 season was played on 9 April 2007.
8830Most people playing dominoesLuis Alberto Ramirez Felix3344 peopleDominican Republic, Distrito Nacional,,Recreative Centre San Souci22 January 2012The most people playing dominoes simultaneously is 3,344 in an event organised by Luis Alberto Ramirez Feliz (Dominican Republic) in Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, Dominican Republic, on 22 January 2012.
8831Most matches in regular NHL seasons coached with the same teamAl ArbourNot Applicable03 November 2007The NHL record for most regular-season games coached with the same team is 1,500 by Al Arbour (Canada) with the New York Islanders (USA). Arbour came out of retirement for one last game, a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) on 3 November 2007.
8832Largest gathering of people dressed as videogame charactersTampereen Särkänniemi Ltd.491 peopleFinland, Tampere07 September 2013The largest gathering of people dressed as videogame characters is 491 and was achieved by Tampereen Särkänniemi Ltd. (Finland) in Tampere, Finland, on 7 September 2013.
8833Longest accumulative distance Powerfan jumping in 8 hours (team)Aerial ExtremeUnited Kingdom, Knowsley20 April 2009The longest accumulative distance Powerfan jumping in 8 hours by a team is 4.485 km (2.79 miles) achieved by ten members of Aerial Extreme and Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust (both UK) in Knowsley Safari Park, Merseyside, UK, on 20 April 2009.The attempt was done to raise money for the Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust.
8834First universal excercise peripheral for videogame consolesGamerCizefirst, 01 January 2006The "GamerCize" stepper, released for PlayStation 2 in 2006, was the first peripheral that forced gamers to excercise in order to play games. The mini-stepper acts as a bridge between the controller and the console and only allows the controller to work when the player is moving.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
8835First use of videogame music in an election campaignMedal of Honor: European Assault01 June 2008Music from Medal of Honor: European Assault was used in a TV campaign to support Republican John McCain’s bid to become US president in June 2008. The piece of music, called “Casualties of War”, was used without the consent of composer Christopher Lennertz, who also contributed music for 2003’s Medal of Honor: Rising Sun.Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009.
8836First split-screen, mouse-controlled game on the Commodore AmigaLemmingsfirst, 01 January 1991Lemmings was the first Amiga game to offer simultaneous two-player action on a split screen ,on the same computer, with both players using separate mice. Although the multiplayer mode was fun, the two-player head-to-head option has been missing from every version since.Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009.
8837First universal triple screen simulator for use with Xbox 360“Mach 4”first, Released on 29 May 2007, the “Mach 4” is the first universal triplescreen simulator for use with Xbox 360. The Mach 4 pushes the reality of driving to a new level – even going so far as to replicate the price! At $25,000 (£12,500), it’s out of the range of your typical gamer’s pocket money.Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009.
8838Largest driver of hardware sales for the Nintendo DSDr Kawashima’s Brain TrainingThe largest driver of hardware sales for the Nintendo DS is Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training. According to figures from Nintendo, as many as six out of ten people who purchased the Nintendo DS also picked up a copy of Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training, indicating that consumers are buying the hardware primarily in order to play the game.
8839Smallest distance between airplane and motorcycle during mid-air crossingZoltan VeresHungary, Etyek07 September 2008The smallest distance between an airplane and a motorcycle during mid-air crossing was 2.42 m (7 ft 11.28 in) achieved by Veres Zoltán and Gulyás Kiss Zoltán (both Hungary), in Etyek, Hungary, on 7 September 2008.
8840First true virtual embassySweden2007/05/30 year(s), month(s), day(s)USA, WashingtonThe earliest true virtual embassy was opened on 30 May 2007 when Sweden opened a virtual copy of its Washington, USA, embassy in Second Life. The avatar of Minister for Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt performed the “cutting of the ribbon” for the virtual embassy , which is intended to provide information to players about Sweden.
8841First virtual world mind controllerSecond Life (Linden Lab, 2003)01 October 2007The earliest virtual world mind controller was announced in October 2007 by Japanese researchers. The prototype mind-activated controller for Second Life consists of a headset containing electrodes that analyse brain waves, translating them into the movement of an avatar within the game. The technology is hoped to help patients undergoing neuro-rehabilitation by stimulating brain activity.
8842Largest collection of Dalmatian-related itemsKaren FerrierUnited Kingdom03 February 2009Karen Ferrier (UK) has 1,117 different dalmatian-related items that she has amassed since 1991, as of 3 February 2009.Karen’s collection includes a car and the items that used to belong to Dodie Smith, the author of 101 Dalmatians.
8843Longest motorcycle backflip (female)Jolene Van VugtUnited States, Godfrey Trucking/Rocky Mountain Raceway,Salt Lake City,Utah17 November 2008The longest motorcycle backflip by a woman measured 12.36 m (40 ft 7 in) and was completed by Jolene Van Vugt (USA) at Godfrey Trucking/Rocky Mountain Raceway in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on 17 November 2008 for the MTV show 'Nitro Circus'.Van Vugt was riding a RM125 Two Stroke Yamaha motorcross bikeThis is the first time a woman has been recorded successfully completing a backflip on a motorcycle.The GWR episode will air January 2009.
8844Largest horn ensembleArt of Living Foundation444 peopleIndia, Kollam,,Ashramam Grounds09 January 2013The largest horn ensemble consisted of 444 musicians and was achieved by Art of Living Foundation (India), in Kollam, Kerala, India, on 9 January 2013. The 444 musicians all played the C-shaped long Indian horn called the Kombu or Sringa. The performance lasted for 25 minutes.
8845Longest marathon mouth harp playingRaju Chamarthi24/11 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)India, Hyderabad24 February 2009The longest mouth harp marathon lasted 24 hr 11 min and was achieved by Ghantasala Satya Sai (India) in Hyderabad, India, from 23-24 Feb 2009.A mouth harp is a musical instrument, mainly used in the Carnatic music of South India and Sindh (Pakistan). It consists of a metal ring in the shape of a horseshoe with two parallel forks which form the frame, and a metal tongue in the middle, between the forks, fixed to the ring at one end and free to vibrate at the other. The metal tongue is bent at the free end in a plane perpendicular to the circular ring so that it can be struck and is made to vibrate. This bent part is called the trigger. The mouth harp is placed between the teeth and held firmly in the hand and is struck using the other hand to produce sound. Movement of the player's tongue, variations of the throat and blowing and sucking of air through the instrument produces different sounds or overtones.
8846Largest group of carol singers - multiple venuesPremier Christian RadioUnited Kingdom, 196 Churches across the UK18 December 2011The largest group of carol singers in multiple locations consisted of 18,100 participants at 196 venues throughout the UK, achieved by Premier Christian Radio (UK) on 18 December 2011.
8847Highest margin of victory in an NBA playoff gameDenver NuggetsUnited States27 April 2009The highest margin of victory in National Basketball Association (NBA) playoff history is 58 points in a game won by the Denver Nuggets (USA), 121-63, over the New Orleans Hornets (USA) on 27 April 2009, matching the Minneapolis Lakers (USA) victory over the St. Louis Hawks (USA), 133-75, in 1956
8848Most fixed wing aircraft flown in 24 hours
8849Hot air balloon - First Atlantic crossingPer Lindstrand , Richard BransonUnited Kingdom, -03 July 1987Richard Branson (GB) with his pilot Per Lindstrand were the first to cross the Atlantic in a hot-air balloon, from July 2-3, 1987. They ascended from Sugarloaf, Maine, USA and covered the distance of 4947 km 3075 miles, to Limavady, Co. Londonderry in 31 hrs 41 mins.
8850Fastest run backwards 100 mFerdie Ato AdoboeUnited States, Northampton25 July 1991Ferdie Ato Adoboe (Ghana) ran 100 m in 13.6 sec (100 yd in 12.7sec) at Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA on 25 July 1991.

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