Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9451Heaviest weight balanced on teethFrank SimonItaly, RomeThe greatest weight balanced on teeth is 63.5 kg (140 lb) and was achieved by Frank Simon (USA) who balanced a refrigerator for 10 seconds on the set of Circo Massimo Show in Rome, Italy, on 17 May 2007.
9452Largest aluminium can of drinkVitalon Food Co. Ltd8460 litre(s)Chinese Taipei, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall Plaza,Taipei02 June 2002The largest aluminium can of drink had a volume of 8,460 litres (1,860 gal) and was made by the Vitalon Food Co. Ltd (Taiwan) and displayed at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall Plaza, Taipei, Taiwan on 2 June 2002.The can of drink was a scaled-up version of Vitalon Food's Super Supau sports drink. The can measured 4.67 m (15.32 ft) tall, 2.32 m (7.61 ft) wide and weighed 4,400kg (9,700 lb when empty.
9453Heaviest marrowBradley WurstenNetherlands, Sliedrecht26 September 2009
9454Most expensive bicycle sold at auctionButterfly bike318000 UK pound(s)United States, 01 November 2009The most expensive bicycle sold at auction is £318,000 ($500,000) and was sold at Sothebys, New York, on 1 November 2009. The one-off creation named 'Butterfly bike' by British artist Damien Hirst was ridden by Lance Armstrong (USA) during the final stage of Tour de France 2009.The sale was in aid of the Mr. Armstrong's LiveStrong cancer charity. Mr. Hirst used real butterfly wings, lacquered onto the frame of a Trek Madone bike.
9455Largest serving of fish and chipsFish and Chips@ LTD47.75 kilogram(s)United Kingdom, London,,London Borough of Enfield30 July 2012The largest serving of fish and chips weighs 47.75 kg (105 lb 4 oz) and was achieved by Fish and Chips@ LTD (UK), in London, UK, on 30 July 2012.The weight of the uncooked ingredients was: fish 21.65 kg (47 lb 11 oz), chips 43.24 kg (95 lb 5 oz) and batter 1914 g (4 lb 3 oz). The weight of the cooked ingredients was: battered fish 19.08 kg (42 lb 1 oz) and chips 28.67 kg (63 lb 3 oz). The fish used was a MSC certified responsibly sourced Norwegian line caught halibut. All of the weighing equipment used belonged to the London Borough of Enfield. Donations for the Enfield branch of NSPCC were collected at the event and they raised over £500.
9456Largest finger paintingSaint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan and Shah Satnam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing3900 square metre(s)India, Sirsa23 September 2012The largest finger painting is 3,900 m² (41,979 ft²) and was created by Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan and Shah Satnam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing (both India), in Sirsa, India, on 23 September 2012.
9457Fastest album releaseErich Vogt1 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Switzerland, Lachen SZ16 August 2008The fastest album release was achieved by Vollgas Kompanie (Switzerland) with their album "Live", recorded on August 15 2008 and released to the public on 16 August 2008, in Switzerland.
9458Largest bowl of tabboulehYaldy Association4324 kilogram(s)Israel, Shefa-amr13 November 2009The largest bowl of tabbouleh weighed 4,324 kg (9,532 lb 12 oz) and was made by Yaldy Association (Israel) at Alaayen Elementary School, in Shefa-Amr, Israel, on 13 November 2009.A team of 350 people worked for 10 hours 30 minutes to prepare the tabbouleh, which was placed in an iron bowl measuring 490 cm (16 ft) in diameter.
9459Largest teepeeJürg RichenbergerSwitzerland, Horgen13 November 2004The largest teepee stands 15.61 m (51 ft 2 in) high and 16.34 m (53 ft 7 in) in diameter. It was constructed by the fire fighters of Horgenberg, Switzerland on 13 November 2004.The teepee is made of wood and covered in tarpaulin.
9460Fastest speed possibleSpeed of light299792458 metre(s) per secondNot ApplicableThe fastest speed possible in the universe is the speed of light. This is achieved only by light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, ie radio waves, X-rays, infrared radiation etc. The speed of light actually varies depending what it is travelling through. It is fastest when travelling through a vacuum where its velocity is 299,792,458 m/s (983,571,056 ft/sec). This means that, when you look at the Moon, you see it as it was about 1.3 seconds ago, and the Sun around 8.3 minutes ago.Light slows down as it travels through other materials based on the refractive index of the material. For example, in air, the speed of light is reduced to 299,702,547 m/s, and in glass the speed of light is 199,861,638 m/s.Added by Dave Hawksett 23/01/12:In March 2011 scientists working on the OPERA experiment, in which a beam of neutrinos is sent 730 km through the Earth from CERN (Geneva) to the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (Italy), seemed to observe the neutrinos arriving earlier than anticipated. Their initial results showed that these particles had travelled from one lab to another 60.7 billionths of a second faster than light would have covered the same distance in a vacuum. As of January 2012, follow-up experiments do seem to confirm these results, although independent verifications are still under way. If ultimately accepted, it could mean that the speed of light in a vacuum, 299,792,458 m/s, is no longer the fastest speed theoretically possible in the universe.
9461Most deployed military aircraft unmannedMQ-1B PredatorNot Applicable18 February 2009Airmen of the 432nd Air Expeditionary Wing of the United States Air Force flew an MQ-1B Predator in a combat mission on 18 February 2009, and the flight surpassed the 500,000 flight-hour mark for the aircraft. Members of the 15th Reconnaissance Squadron flew the milestone mission in support of operations in Iraq. Declared operational since 1995, the Predator's primary mission is to provide armed reconnaissance, airborne surveillance and target acquisition to commanders in the field.
9462Weakest forceUnknownNot ApplicableThere are four fundamental forces in the universe which account for all interactions between matter and energy. They are the strong nuclear, the weak nuclear, electromagnetic, and gravitational forces. These four forces are given relative strength values, with the electromagnetic force given the value of 1. Gravitational force, the weakest of the four forces, has a strength of 10 to the minus 40, relative to electromagnetism.The force of gravity (along with electromagnetism) has a range of infinity - every single atom in the universe is 'gravitationally aware' of every other atom. The force of gravity is theorised to be carried at the speed of light by tiny subatomic particles called gravitons. As of 16/11/2001, these particles still only exist in theory and have yet to be discovered. This does not mean that gravity itself is a theory, of course, as we observe it on a second-to-second basis during our everyday lives.A good example of how much weaker gravity is compared to, say, electromagnetism, is that it is easy for a toy magnet to pick up a nail, while the whole of Earth's gravity is trying to pull it back down.
9463Largest pie, potatoUnknown5.37 tonne(s) (metric ton)Peru, Callo16 July 2004The largest potato pie weighed 5.37 tonnes (11,858 lb) and was made by the District Municipality of Carmen de la Legua Reynoso and displayed in the main square of Miguel Grau Seminario, Carmen de la Legua Reynoso, Callao, Peru on 16 July 2004.The pie was baked as part of the festivities surrounding the 2004 COPA América soccer competition held in Peru and was originally planned to be in the shape of a football shirt.
9464Oldest electronic spamGary ThuerkUnited StatesThe world's oldest spam was sent at 12:33 EDT on 3 May 1978 by Gary Thuerk (USA), then working for Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC, USA). It was sent to 397 email accounts on the ARPAnet (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network) of the US Defense Dept., inviting them to a product demonstration of the DECSYSTEM-2020, 2020T, 2060 and 2060T computers. ARPAnet is regarded as the predecessor to the internet. The original email still exists.
9465Most meatballs eaten in one minuteTakeru KobayashiUnited States, Brooklyn, New York08 March 2010The most meatballs eaten in one minute is 29 and was achieved by Takeru Kobayashi (Japan) for Bikkuri Chojin 100 Special #3 (Fuji TV) in New York, New York, USA, on 8 March 2010.Kobayashi performed the feat at Fulton Street Landing in Brooklyn, New York, and consumed IKEA meatballs.
9466Largest rotating boatliftThe Falkirk WheelUnited Kingdom, FalkirkThe Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk, UK, is the largest rotating boatlift in the world. It is 35m (114ft) high, 35m (114ft) wide and 30m (98ft) long. It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 24 May 2002. It can transfer more than eight boats at a time from the Forth and Clyde Canal to the Union Canal. The journey takes around 15 minutes.
9467Largest rice ball mosaicThe World Largest Rice Ball Mosaic Art Project113.96 square metre(s)Japan, Chigasaki11 March 2013The largest rice ball mosaic is 113.96 m² (1,226 ft² 100 in²) and was created by The World Largest Rice Ball Mosaic Art Project (Japan), in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, on 11 March 2013.31,100 onigiri rice balls in six different colours were used to form the mosaic image.
9468Fastest journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats on foot (female)Marina Anderson12/15/46 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, Land's End28 July 2008The fastest confirmed journey from Lands End to John O'Groats on foot and by a woman is 12 days 15 hr 46 min 35 secs, by Marina Anderson (UK), from 16-28 July 2008
9469Fastest journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats on foot (male)Andrew Rivett9/2/26 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, Land's End13 July 2001The fastest ever run between John O'Groats and Land's End was 9 days 2 hours 26 mins by Andrew Rivett (GB) from 4 to 13 May 2002.Incredibly, he never covered less than 144.8 km (90 miles) per day (except for the final day), and on the sixth day managed 157.8 km (98.1 miles). He ran for an average of 18 hours per day.
9470Farthest distance covered on foot for 1,000 consecutive hoursSuresh Arulanantham JoachimSri Lanka, Colombo29 September 1996Arulananthan Suresh Joachim (Sri Lanka) ran 3.495 km (2.171 miles), within a hour, every hour for 1000 consecutive hours at Colombo, Sri Lanka from 19 August to 29 September 1996.This record is based on the 'set distance' that has been covered each hour. Thus, to break this record it will be necessary to cover more than 3.495 km every hour for 1000 hours.
9471Largest litter binRealizar Impact Marketing and Modelo7.13/4.76 metre(s)Portugal, Lisbon,,the Parque da Bela Vista20 June 2009The largest litter bin measured 7.13 m (23 ft 4 in) tall and 4.76 m (15 ft 7 in) in diameter and was achieved by Realizar Impact Marketing and Modelo (Portugal) at the Parque da Bela Vista, in Lisbon, Portugal, on 20 June 2009.The litter bin was made of aluminium. The bin was made to promote recycling and to encourage people to recycle more. It was divided into four sections with each section for a different material (paper, plastic, glass, cans). The record was attempted together with another two records, largest picnic and loudest applause.
9472Largest mousetrapDietmar WeidesGermany, Neroth28 March 2013The largest operational mousetrap was built by Dietmar Weides (Germany). It measured 6.02 m (19 ft 9 in) long, 3 m (9 ft 10 in) wide and 28.5 cm (11.22 in) high when unveiled in Neroth, Germany, on 28 March 2013.
9473Largest rubber band ballJoel Waul4097 kilogram(s)United States, Lauderhill13 November 2008The largest rubber band ball weighs 4,097 kg (9,032 lb), was made by Joel Waul (USA) and was measured in Lauderhill, Florida, USA, on 13 November 2008.The measurement took place during the celebrations of Guinness World Records Day 2008. 700,000 rubber bands of all sizes were used for the ball. Joel started creating his rubber band ball on April 2004. The ball's name is 'Megaton". It is 6 ft 7 in high and it has 25 ft 4 in in diameter. Throwback Thursday: Joel and the Megaton Ever made a rubber band ball? Well, Joel Waul from Florida, USA took it to the next level. In 2008 he set a world record for the Largest Rubber Band Ball, which he named 'Megaton'. Check out the video and interview with Joel on our official YouTube channel. #guinnessworldrecords #officiallyamazing #awesomeness #rubberbandball #throwbackthursday #tbt A photo posted by Guinness World Records (@guinnessworldrecords) on Apr 30, 2015 at 4:04am PDT
9474Longest paperclip chain in 24 hours - teamLyreco Deutschland GmbH37.41 metre(s)Germany, Berlin16 December 2011The longest paperclip chain is 37.41 km (23.25 miles) long, and was completed by employees of Lyreco Deutschland GmbH (Germany), in an event at Hotel InterContinental in Berlin, Germany, on 16 December 2011.
9475Largest game of musical chairs - single venueAnglo-Chinese School8238 peopleSingapore, Anglo-Chinese School05 August 1989On 5 August 1989, the largest game of musical chairs began with 8,238 participants at the Anglo-Chinese School in Singapore. Three and a half hours later, the game ended with the lucky 15-year-old winner Xu Chong Wei on the last precious chair.
9476Shortest woman everPauline Musters30 centimetre(s)Netherlands, Ossendrecht01 March 1895The shortest ever female has been Pauline Musters, known as Princess Pauline (Netherlands). She was born at Ossendrecht, Netherlands on 26 February 1876 and measured 30 cm (12 in) at birth. At nine years of age she was 55 cm (21.5 in) tall and weighed only 1.5 kg (3 lb 5 oz). She died of pneumonia with meningitis on 1 March 1895 in New York City, USA at the age of 19. A post mortem examination showed her to be exactly 61 cm (24 in) (there was some elongation after death).
9477Largest battle at seaBattle of SalamisGreece, Salamis01 January 0480The greatest of ancient naval battles in recorded history was the Battle of Salamis, which took place in the straits at Salamis, between the island of Salamis and the port city of Piraeus, (the city-port of Athens), Greece in September 480 BC. There were an estimated 800 vessels in the defeated Persian fleet and 370 in the victorious fleet of the Athenians and their allies, with a possible involvement of 200,000 men. The Greeks sank about 300 Persian vessels and lost about 40 themselves.The death toll at the Battle of Lepanto on 7 October 1571 has been estimated at 33,000.
9478Most competitive full contact roundsPaddy DoyleUnited Kingdom, Erdington Birmingham City12 November 2009The most competitive full contact rounds in boxing and othermartial arts is 6,324 by Paddy Doyle (UK) from February 1993 to 12November 2009.
9479Longest marathon doing Tai ChiKen Dickenson, Kevin Bartolo25/5 hour(s), minute(s)Australia, Sutherland Hospital,NSW18 March 2006The record for the longest Tai Chi marathon lasted for 25 hr 5 min and was achieved by Ken Dickenson and Kevin Bartolo (both Australia) at the Sutherland Hospital, NSW, Australia on 17-18 March 2006.
9480Tallest amaranthusJesse Eldrid8.48 metre(s)United States, Rhinebeck25 October 2007The world's tallest amaranthus plant (Amaranthus australis) measured 8.48 m (27 ft 10 in) on 25 October 2007 and was grown by Jesse Eldrid (USA) at his home in Rhinebeck, New York, USA.

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