Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
9361Largest crayonBenjamin Chase Carey, Petey's PromiseUnited States, Concord, NC29 October 2011The largest crayon weighed 331.58 kg (731 lb), stood 2.99 m (9 ft 9 in) tall, and was created by Benjamin Chase Carey and Petey's Promise (all USA) in Concord, North Carolina, USA, on 29 October 2011.
9362Largest palaceImperial PalaceChina, Beijing01 January 1402The Imperial Palace in the centre of Beijing, China, covers a 72-ha (178-acre) rectangle measuring 961 x 753 m (3,150 x 2,460 ft). Initial construction took place during 1407–1420 under Ming emperor Zhu Di and his three architects Hsu Tai, Yuan An and Feng Chiao, and required over one million workers to complete. After centuries of reconstruction and modification, today it comprises some 980 buildings with 8,886 rooms.
9363Largest hot cross bunRSPB and Greenhalghs Bakery168 kilogram(s)United Kingdom, Bolton,Greater Manchester05 April 2012The largest hot cross bun weighs 168 kg (370 lb 6 oz) and was made by RSPB in conjunction with Greenhalghs Bakery (both UK), in Bolton, UK, on 5 April 2012.
9364Most words spoken backwards in one minuteNada BojkovicSweden, Goteborg,Nordstan Shopping Mall24 November 2007The record for the most words spoken backwards in one minute is 71, and was achieved by Nada Bojkovic (Sweden) at the Nordstan Shopping Mall, in Gothenburg, Sweden on the 24 November 2007.The list of words were in Sweden, selected by Denise. Craig adjudicated as part of the Sweden Roadshow 2007.
9365First birdProtoavis texensisUSAThe earliest fossil bird is known from two partial skeletons found in Texas, USA in rocks dating from 220 million years ago. Named Protoavis texensis in 1991, this pheasant-sized creature has caused much controversy by pushing the age of birds back many millions of years from the previous record - that of the more familiar Archaeopteryx lithographica found in Jurassic sediments in Germany. It is still unclear whether Protoavis will be widely accepted as a true bird, making Archaeopteryx, the 153-million-year-old crow-sized flier, the earliest unambiguous fossil bird.
9366Most beer kegs balanced on the headJohn EvansUnited States, Los Angeles17 June 1998John Evans (UK) balanced 11 empty beer kegs on his head for the required ten seconds on the set of Guinness World Records: Primetime on 17 June 1998 in Los Aangeles, California, USA.
9367Largest sandwichWild woodys chill & grill5440 kilogram(s)United States, Roseville,Michigan17 March 2005The largest sandwich weighed 5,440 lb (2,467.5 kg) and was made by Wild Woody’s Chill and Grill, Roseville, Michigan, USA on 17 March 2005.The sandwich contained 68 kg (150 lb) mustard, 468.1 kg (1,032 lb) corned beef, 117.9 kg (260 lb) cheese, 240.4 kg (530 lb) lettuce and 1,618.4 kg (3,568 lb) bread.The sandwich measured 5.34 m (17.5 in) thick and was 3.6 m (12 ft) long and 3.6 m (12 ft wide).
9368Tallest curtains (drapes)Kid Interior DesignNorway, Oslo03 October 2008The tallest curtains measure 65 m (213.25 ft 3 in) in height, were made by Kid Interior Design and were displayed on the facade of the Radisson SAS Oslo Plaza Hotel in Oslo, Norway, on 3 October 2008.
9369Largest hockey stickCowichan Community CentreCanada, Duncan01 September 1986The largest hockey stick is 62.48 m (205 ft) long, weighs 28.12 tonnes (62,000 lb) and was commissioned by Canada's Federal Government for the Canadian Pavilion at the Expo 1986, in Vancouver, Canada. Since 21 May 1988 the hockey stick is displayed alongside of the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan, Vancouver Island, Canada.The World's Largest Hockey Stick & Puck is 40 times life size. The shaft and blade of the stick are made in sections with steel-reinforced Douglas Fir beams measuring 3 foot by 4 foot (91.44 cm by 1.2192 m) for a total length of 205 feet (62.48 metres). The stick weighs 28,118 kg (61,000 pounds) and was built in Penticton BC. The final product was trucked to Vancouver in two pieces, spliced together on the ground, then lifted into position on August 21, 1985. After the fair in Vancouver, the hockey stick was transported to Vancouver Island by barge and 3 flat bed trucks exactly two years later, on August 21, 1987. The World's Largest Hockey Stick & Puck was dedicated at the Cowichan Community Centre in Duncan on May 21, 1988, two years to the day after Expo '86 opened.
9370Longest submergence underwater with one cylinderJacobus Jacobs8/20/38 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)South Africa, Rustenburg27 January 2007The longest scuba submergence on one cylinder is 8 hr 20 min 38 sec by Jacobus Jacobs (South Africa) at All About Scuba, Rustenburg, South Africa, on 27 January 2007.One 12 litre scuba cylinder was used for this attempt.
9371Largest marzipan sweetSpacetel Syria4.1984 tonne(s) (metric ton)Syria, Hamadanya Stadium01 July 2003The world's largest pistachio marzipan sweet weighed 4.1984 tonnes (9,255 lb 14 oz) and was made by 225 chefs in an event organised by Spacetel Syria at Hamadanya Stadium, Aleppo, Syria on 1 July 2003.Other dimensions are:Length 16.4 m (53 ft 9 in), width 12.2 m (40 ft 0.3 in), thickness 1.6 cm (0.6 in) and volume 32 m³ (1,130 ft³). The ingredients and approximate amounts used:Pistachio nuts 120 kg (264 lb), glucose 3 tonnes (6,613 lb), almonds 1.5 tonnes (3,306 lb), vanilla 2 kg (4.4 lb), water 630 litres (138 gallons) and bitter orange flower water.The sweet was made following a template of 270 pieces, and then sealed together as one big cake. The 225 chefs from all over Syria were hand-picked for the event, with a further 25 chefs as back up. The record was attempted as part of the launch of Spacetel Syria's pre-paid mobile phone system, called 'Ana' (meaning 'I') and used pistachio nuts that are a popular local produce in Aleppo. The sweet was then decorated with green, orange and white glazing in order to recreate the logo for this new system.K.Lacey witnessed the whole event.
9372Largest popcorn ballUnknown3423 kilogram(s)United States, Lake Forest,The Popcorn Factory29 September 2006The largest popcorn ball weighed 3,423 lb (1,552.64 kg) and was made by employees at The Popcorn Factory, Lake Forest, Illinois, USA on 29 September 2006Good photos and video
9373Largest dog biscuitHampshire Pet ProductsUnited States, Joplin08 July 2011The largest dog biscuit weighed 279.87 kg (617 lb) and was made by Hampshire Pet Products (USA) in Joplin, Missouri, USA, on 8 July 2011.The biscuit was 1.16 m (3.8 ft) wide, 5.79 m (19 ft) long and 0.04 m (1.63 in) deep. It required a total of 10 bakers to bake it. The biscuit was baked to celebrate the company's 10 year anniversary and when the attempt was over, it was broken into smaller pieces and distributed to dogs at the Humane Society in Joplin, MO.
9374Largest seafood cevicheAquamar International9954 kilogram(s)Mexico, CAMPECHE04 September 2010The largest seafood ceviche weighed 9,954 kg (21,945 lbs) and was organized by Aquamar International, in San Francisco de Campeche, Campeche, Mexico, on 4 September 2010.Over 1,600 were involved in the preparation of this ceviche. Ingredients used:Shrimp: 5,917 kg (13,045 lbs)Tomato: 4,018 kg (8,858 lbs)Lemon: 2,104 kg (4,639 lbs)Onion: 3,002 kg (6,618 lbs)Green oil: 60 lt (2,029 fl oz)Cilantro: 360 kg (794 lbs)Salt: 412 kg (908 lbs)Pepper: 300 kg (661 lbs)
9375Longest frog jumpNoa Möller1.21 metre(s)Sweden, Stockholm,,Palatset19 November 2011The longest frog jump is 1.21 m (3 ft 11.64 in) and was achieved by Noa Möller (Sweden) at Palatset in Stockhom, Sweden, on 19 November 2011.
9376Fastest time to carve one tonne of pumpkinsStephen Clarke3/33/49 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Atlantic City29 October 2008The fastest time to carve one tonne of pumpkins is 3 hours 33minutes 49 seconds, achieved by Stephen Clarke (USA) at Harrah'sCasino Resort, Atlantic City, NJ on 29 October 2008.
9377Most volcanically active body in the Solar SystemIoWhen NASA's Voyager 1 probe passed by the giant planet Jupiter in 1979, its camera imaged one of its moons, Io. The photographs revealed enormous volcanic eruption plumes, some reaching several hundred km into space. Io's activity is driven by tidal energy inside Io. This tidal energy is a result of gravitational interactions between Jupiter, Io, and one of the other moons, Europa.
9378Largest hula hoop spunAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica, New York09 September 2010The largest hula hoop has a diameter of 5.04 m (16 ft 6.7 in) and was spun three and three quarter consecutive times by Ashrita Furman (USA) at Hillcrest High School in New York, New York, USA, on 9 September 2010.THe hula hoop was made of carbon fiber.
9379Largest pizza commercially availableMama's and Papa's PizzeriaUnited States, Los Angeles30 September 2010The largest pizza commercially available is 1 m 37 cm (4 ft 6 in) by 1 m 37 cm (4 ft 6 in) and is sold at the Big Mama''s and Papa''s Pizzeria, Los angeles, California.It is a square pizza which is said to serve between 50 and 100 people. It has a cost of $199.99 (plus tax) and is deliverable within a certain area. Mama''s and Papa''s Pizzeria needs a minimum of 24 hours notice to be able to make the pizza and it has proved popular for childrens'' and adults'' parties.
9380Longest tamaleUniversity of La Salle CancúnMexico, Cancún02 September 2011The longest tamale is 20.23 m (66 ft 4 in) and was created by University of La Salle Cancún (Mexico), in Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico, on 2 September 2011.
9381Largest telephone conference callBroadnet Teleservices16972 peopleUnited States, Highlands Ranch12 December 2012The largest telephone conference call included 16,972 participants in an event organised by Broadnet Teleservices (USA), in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA, on 12 December 2012.All the participants were on the call concurrently for at least 10 seconds. The original number of participants was higher but had to be reduced after a second electronic check was carried out.
9382Most genetically diverse people on EarthPygmies, Bushmen of AfricaNot ApplicablePygmies and the bushmen of Africa are the most genetically diverse people on Earth. For some genetic traits they have as many as 17 variations, where the rest of the peoples of Earth have only two or three. A possible explanation is that our oldest ancestors came from these regions, perhaps 200,000 years ago, and that not all of them left to spread around the world. Therefore the pygmies and bushmen represent the survivors of the original human population.
9383Largest collection of salt and pepper shakersLaVerne TishUnited States, pierce city17 March 2011LaVerne Tish (USA) has 6,971 different pairs of salt and pepper shakers, as of January 2011, that he has collected since 1984.LaVerne, a retired truck driver from Missouri, USA, got the love of collecting salt and pepper shakers from his mother who had a small collection that he admired since he was a little boy. Among 10,845 sets he has, 6,971 sets are approved to be no duplicates. All of his shakers are displayed in this house.
9384Tallest coleus plantNancy Lee Spilove2.5 metre(s)United States, Sunrise31 October 2004The tallest coleus plant (Solenostemon scutellarioides) measured 2.5 m (8 ft 4 in) tall on 31 October 2004 and was grown by Nancy Lee Spilove (USA) in her garden in Sunrise, Florida, USA.
9385Largest collection of Beatles memorabiliaRodolfo Renato VazquezArgentina28 September 2011The largest collection of Beatles memorabilia belongs to Rodolfo Renato Vazquez (Argentina) with 7,700 different items as of August 2011.Rodolfo became a fan of the Beatles at the age of 10 when he got their ‘Rubber Soul’ record. Many items of his collection are on display in the Beatle Museum that opened in January 2011 in Buenos Aires. His collection includes magazines, books, newspapers, music sheets, posters, autographs, photographs, videos, records and CDs, promotional material, stage passes, programs, concert tickets and even life size figures of all four members of the band.
9386Longest carrotJoe AthertonUnited Kingdom, Somerset02 September 2007The world's longest carrot measured 5.841 m (19 ft 1.96 in) and was grown by Joe Atherton (UK). The carrot was measured at the UK National Giant Vegetable Championship in Somerset, UK, on 2 September 2007.
9387Largest sand paintingBrahma Kumaris9028 square metre(s)India, Ahmednagar26 November 2010The largest sand painting measured 9,028 m² (97,176.19 ft²) and was created by over 2,500 participants organised by the Brahma Kumaris (India) at Firodia School in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India, on 26 November 2010.The theme of the painting was "Peace."
9388Inline skates (rollerblades) - distance in 1 hourMauro Guenci38.632 kilometre(s)Italy, Senigallia11 June 2005Mauro Guenci (Italy) covered 38.632 km (24.004 miles) on inline skates in one hour on a road circuit at Senigallia, Ancona, Italy, on 11 June 2005.Mauro did 36 laps to reach this result on a 1088.60 m long track. Mauro Guenci, a fireman in his normal life, is record holder for the most distance in 24 hours as well. This record was organised in conjunction with the traditional Roller Day by the Team Roller Senigallia, of which Mauro is a member.
9389Fastest unimotorcycle drag racerMr Roman Koltakov2.38 second(s)Russia, Togliatti,,World Ice Championships of Unimotorcycle Drag Racing21 January 2012The fastest unimotorcycle drag race elapsed time is 2.38 seconds, and was achieved by Roman Koltakov (Russia), who covered 100 ft (30.5 m) at the World Ice Championships of Unimotorcycle Drag Racing at Togliatti, Russia, on 21 January 2012.The sport of unimotorcycle drag racing is governed by the American National Unimotorcycle Society Inc. (A.N.U.S.), a unimotorcycle is a single wheeled vehicle which uses some form of skid/ski for stability. According to the ten commandments of unimotorcycle drag racing, in order to be eligible the vehicle must have an engine which is at least five years old, steering and brakes are to be considered optional.
9390Smallest purpose-built cinema in operationCabiria Cine-Cafe24 square metre(s)Brazil, Brasilia-DF01 January 2009The smallest purpose-built cinema is the Cabiria Cine-Cafe which measures 24 m² (258.3 ft²) and has a seating capacity of 18. It was built by Renata Carneiro Agostinho da Silva (Brazil) in Brasilia DF, Brazil in 2008.The Cabiria Cine-Cafe is an officially registered cinema (with ANCINE the Agencia Nacional do Cine) and is still in operation, it recently held a film festival in November 2009. The cinema has a retractable projection screen of 2.5 m by 3 m, air conditioning, two rows of four chairs, two rows of three chairs, one row of two chiars and a two person sofa. It also has a toilet, a box office and a bar. Renata named the cinema Cabiria in tribute to Giuletta Masina the character from le Notti di Cabiria by Federico Felinni (Italy).

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