Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

8851Loudest shout (individual)Annalisa WrayUnited Kingdom, Belfast16 April 1994Annalisa Wray (UK) achieved a shout of 121.7 dBA, shouting the word 'quiet', at the Citybus Challenge, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK, on 16 April 1994.
8852Largest collection of sports mascotsFalk and Adina HinnebergGermany, Lenningen05 February 2010Adina and Falk Hinneberg (Germany) has 874 different official sports mascots as of 5 February 2010, that they have amassed since 1972.Their collection started in 1972 when Falk was given a soft toy of Waldi. Waldi was the first official Olympic mascot created for the 1972 summer Olympics in Munich. Their collection includes 322 official sports event mascots and 554 official sports club mascots.
8853Most wins consecutively of an Oscar award for best actorTom Hanks, Spencer Tracy2 timesUnited States, 01 January 1995Tom Hanks (USA) won Best Actor Academy Awards in two consecutive Oscar ceremonies (held in 1994 and 1995) for Philadelphia (USA, 1993) and Forrest Gump (USA, 1994), a record he shares with Spencer Tracy (USA), who won Best Actor in 1938 and 1939 for Captains Courageous (USA, 1937) and Boys Town (USA, 1938), respectively.
8854First person to win 400 career matches for the same team in NHL ice hockey as a goaltenderMartin BrodeurfirstUnited States, Miami23 March 2004Playing goaltender for the New Jersey Devils (USA) Martin Brodeur (Canada) became the first goaltender to win 400 games playing every game for the same team his 400th victory was an overtime win against the Florida Panthers (USA) at the Office Depot Center in Miami, Florida, on 23 March 2004.Brodeur's professional career with the Florida Panthers began in 1991.
8855Longest baseball match of nine inningsFenway ParkUnited States, Fenway Stadium18 August 2006The longest 9-inning game by time in major league baseball history was the second game of a doubleheader that lasted 4 hours 45 minutes played between the New York Yankees and the home team Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts, USA on 18 August 2006. The Yankees were victorious, 14-11.
8856Most dogs skipping on the same ropeSuper Wan Wan CircusJapan, Fuji17 January 2013The most dogs skipping on the same rope is 14 and was achieved by Uchida Geinousha's 'Super Wan Wan Circus' on the set of Officially Amazing (Lion TV) in Fuji, Shizuoka, Japan, on 17 January 2013.The dogs skipped on the same rope a total of 16 times. 7 out of 14 dogs challenged the record for the first time, while the other 7 dogs participating in the attempt were the previous record holders.
8857First row across two oceans by a team of twoKathleen Saville, Curtis SavillefirstAustralia, Cairns31 July 1985The first team to row two oceans are Kathleen and Curtis Saville (USA) who rowed in Excalibur across the Atlantic East to West from Casablanca, Morocco to Antigua between 18 March and 10 June 1981, and the Pacific East to West from Callo, Peru to Cairns, Australia, between 4 July and 31 July 1985.
8858First modern Olympic Games1896 Olympic Games held in Athens, Greece1896/4/6 year(s), month(s), day(s)Greece, Athens06 April 1896Conceived by the French academic and sports enthusiast Pierre de Fredi, Baron de Coubertin (1863­-1937), the modern Olympic Games were inaugurated in Athens, Greece, the birthplace of Olympic sport, on 6 April 1896. The first-ever modern Games were a modest affair by today's standards, with just 241 participants representing 14 different countries and competing in 43 events.
8859Oldest person to row across any ocean solo (male)Tony ShortNot Applicable22 January 2012Tony Short (UK) was 67 years 252 days (8 months 7 days) old when he began rowing the Atlantic Ocean east to west, from La Gomera to Barbados, in his boat Spirit of Corinth. His row lasted from 5 December 2011 to 22 January 2012, a total of 48 days 8 hr 3min.
8860Highest annual earnings for an NFL playerEli Manning97500000 US dollar(s)United States, 01 June 2010Eli Manning (USA) is now officially the highest-earning NFL player, following a $97.5-million (£150.8-million), six-year contract signed with the New York Giants in August 2010. He earned $39.3 million (£27 million) between June 2009 and June 2010 according to Forbes.Born 3 January 1981.
8861Largest gathering of people wearing swim capsTybee Post TheaterUnited States, Tybee Island01 January 2012The largest gathering of people wearing swim caps was 2,049 at an event organised by the Tybee Post Theater (USA) on the South Beach of Tybee Island, Georgia, USA, on 1 January 2012.The attempt was part of Tybee Island's annual Polar Bear Plunge, which took place directly afterwards. (Many participants were fully clothed, however, meaning that this attempt does not qualify for the largest polar bear dip.)
8862Highest death toll from a civil warRussian Civil WarRussiaThe world's costliest civil war, in terms of the number of lives lost during combat and in events relating to the war, is the Russian Civil War of 1917-22. It is estimated that the former Soviet Union lost some 1.5 million combatants, and around 8 million civilians died following armed attacks, famine and disease.
8863Fastest relay 4 x 1,500 metres (male)Collins Cheboi, James Kiplagat Magut, Silas Kiplagat, Asbel Kiprop14/22.22 minute(s), second(s)Bahamas, The, NassauThe fastest 4 x 1,500 metres relay by a men's team is 14:22.22 and was achieved by Collins Cheboi, Silas Kiplagat, James Kiplagat Magut and Asbel Kiprop (all Kenya) at the T.Robinson Stadium, Nassau, The Bahamas on 25 May 2014.
8864Largest Thai danceUdon Thani Municipality5,255 participantsThailand, Muang18 January 2014The largest Thai dance was achieved by 5,255 participants at an event organised by Udon Thani Municipality at the Prince Prajak Silpakom Monument, Udon Thani, Thailand, on 18 January 2014.The people of Udon Thani hold a festival every year on 18 January to commemorate Major General Prince Prajak Silpakom, the founder of Udon Thani. The first ceremony in 1981 consisted of just 80 people.
8865Largest swimming lesson (multiple venues)World Waterpark AssociationUnited States20 June 2014The largest swimming lesson at multiple venues consists of 36,564 participants and was achieved by the World Waterpark Association (USA) at 480 locations in 22 countries on 20 June 2014.
8866Most hunger relief packages assembled simultaneouslyValley of the Sun United WayUnited States, Phoenix,,Arizona State University practice facility10 October 2014The most hunger relief packages assembled simultaneously is 1,993, achieved by Valley of the Sun United Way at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA, on 25 October 2014.
8867Loudest whistleLuca Zocchi125.0 decibel(s) (A-weighted)Italy, Varese07 July 2014The loudest whistle is 125.0 dB(A), was achieved by Marco Ferrera (USA) on 5 March 2004 and equalled by Luca Zocchi (Italy) on 7 July 2014.The measurement was made on a Class 1 meter from 2.5 metres away.
8868Longest Yoga Marathon (Male)Yogaraj C.P.40 hours 15 minutes hour(s), minute(s)Hong Kong, Kowloon15 February 2015The longest yoga marathon lasted 40 hours and 15 minutes and was achieved by Yogaraj C.P. (India) in Hong Kong, China on 15 February 2015.His attempt was broadcast live on YouTube, and over 1,200 yoga positions have been done.
8869Most simultaneous Scrabble opponentsLakshan Wanniarachchi40 peopleSri Lanka, Colombo04 January 2015The most Scrabble opponents played simultaneously by one challenger is 40, and was achieved by Lakshan Wanniarachchi (Sri Lanka), in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 4 January 2015. Lakshan Wanniarachchi (Sri Lanka) won 31 of the 40 games to achieve this record.
8870Most people wearing Cat in the Hat hatsRichland Elementary school1,223 peopleUnited States, Johnstown09 March 2015The most people wearing Cat in the Hat hats is 1,223, and was achieved by Richland Elementary school (USA) in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA, on 9 March 2015. The attempt took place in honor of Dr. Suess 110th birthday.
8871Largest gathering of Catrinas and CatrinesLa Catrina Fest MX509 participantsMexico, Distrito Federal01 November 2014The largest gathering of Catrinas and Catrines was achieved by 509 participants achieved in an event organised by La Catrina Fest MX (Mexico) in Cuauhtemoc, Mexico, on 1 November 2014The attempt took place as part of an annual celebration to celebrate the national day of the dead in Mexico.
8872Largest gathering of people dressed as Spider-Man
8873Largest astronomy lessonShire of Kalamunda1108 participantsAustralia, Kalamunda28 February 2015The largest astronomy lesson consists of 1,104 participants, and was achieved by Shire of Kalamunda (Australia) in Kalamunda, Australia, on 28 February 2015. Participants were able to view a number of astronomical details via their telescopes whilst meeting a number of local astronomical experts.
8874Most people cooking simultaneouslyDolina Charlotty Resort & SPA2853 peoplePoland, Slupsk13 June 2015The most people cooking simultaneously is 2,853 and was achieved at an event organised by Tourtrend Sp. z o.o (Poland), at Dolina Charlotty Resort & Spa in Strzelinko, Poland, on 13 June 2015. The event was part of the European Barbecue Championships. Participants were given pork fillets, seasonings and bread and provided with barbecue grills, coal, fuel and matches in order to prepare and cook the ingredients. A creche was set up nearby to keep children away from the fenced-off barbecue area, and the local fire brigade was on hand to put out any unwanted fires - and to cool down any overheated participants with a quick spray from their hoses.
8875Largest Madison danceUnion Of Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC)2,015 participantsCambodia, Siem Reap15 April 2015The largest madison dance involved 2,015 participants and was achieved by the Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia (Cambodia), in Siem Reap, Cambodia on 15 April 2015.The record attempt was organised to celebrate the Cambodian New Year 2015.
8876Most buildings climbedAlain RobertUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai12 April 2015The most buildings climbed externally by a person is 121 and was achieved by Alain Robert, aka Spiderman (France) who started climbing towers, monuments and skyscrapers in 1994 and completed his last climb on the 306 m (1,003 ft) tall Cayan Tower, in Dubai, on 12 April 2015.Alain 'Spiderman' Robert (France) is a dedicated solo urban climber (although he suffers from vertigo). Alain uses pipes, window frames, cables and the gaps between brickwork to scale structures and building as high as 800 m (2,723 ft).
8877Largest observation (Ferris) wheelLas Vegas High Roller161.27/167.5 firstUnited States, Las Vegas17 April 2014The largest observation (Ferris) wheel is the 167.5 m (594 ft 8.4 in) tall Las Vegas High Roller, located at the LINQ in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The wheel opened to the public on March 31, 2014, and features 28 spherical cabins each holding 40 people for a total capacity of 1,120 passengers. A full revolution of the wheel takes 30 minutes.
8878Most wins of the football (soccer) European Cup / Champions League (team)Real Madrid C.F.10 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2014The most wins of the football (soccer) European Cup/UEFA Champions League by a team is 10, achieved by Real Madrid (Spain) in 1955-56,1956-57,1957-58,1958-59,1959-60,1965-66,1997-98, 1999-2000 2001-2002 and 2013-2014.
8879Highest box office film gross - inflation adjustedGone with the Wind (1939)3440000000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 01 January 2014Rising cinema ticket prices mean the all-time top-grossing movies are nearly all recent films. Although Gone with the Wind (USA 1939) took just US$393.4 million (then £88 million) at the international box office, in an inflation-adjusted list it comes top with a total gross of $3.44 billion.
8880Largest Japanese drum ensembleMorioka Sansa Odori Festival Organizing CommitteeJapan, Morioka29 June 2014The largest Japanese drum ensemble consists of 3,437 participants and was organised by the Morioka Sansa Odori Festival Organizing Committee (Japan) at Iwate Athletic Stadium in Morioka, Iwate, Japan, on 29 June 2014.

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