Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9541Largest alfajorAlfajores de Las Sierras de Minas (Uruguay)Uruguay, Minas,Lavalleja12 December 2010The largest alfajor weighed 464 kg (1,022 lb 15.11 oz) and was made by Alfajores de Las Sierras de Minas (Uruguay), in the main square of the city of Minas, Lavalleja, Uruguay, on 12 December 2010.The alfajores were created as part of a festival that celebrates the fact that the first alfaor was cooked almost 60 years ago in traditional alfajor factories, in the state of Lavalleja. A traditional clay oven with a special door of 78 inches was created to cook both the cookies. The alfajor measured 1.91 m (6 ft 3.19 in) in diameter and 11 m (36 ft 1.07 in) in height.
9542Largest glass printArt On GlassSweden, Stockholm01 June 2010The largest glass print is 4.92 m (16 ft 1 in) by 42.24 m (138 ft 6 in) and was created by Peter Ahlen and Lutt Jeorell of Art On Glass (Sweden). Two giant images were mounted on Kungsbrohuset in Stockholm, Sweden, and the installation was completed in June 2010.The artwork contains two separate images of a forest motif and a meadow motif taken from the Smedsmora nature reserve. Each image is made up of 96 glass pieces.
9543Longest Mini 4wd race trackKazushi Chinone, Hitachioomiya Mini 4WD DaisakusenJapan, Hitachioomiya01 February 2014The longest Mini 4WD race track is 1,188.67 m (3,899 ft 10.03 in), and was created by Kazushi Chinone and Hitachioomiya Mini 4WD Daisakusen (both Japan) at Omiya Elementary School in Hitachioomiya, Ibaraki, Japan on 1 February 2014.
9544Most individual contributions to an animated filmThe Tate Movie ProjectUnited Kingdom, London14 June 2011The most individual contributions to an animated film are 1897 for The Tate Movie Project ‘The Itch of the Golden Nit’ screened at the Tate Britain, London, UK, on 14 June 2011.‘The Itch of the Golden Nit’ (running time: 33 minutes) is an animated film fuelled by drawings, sounds and ideas of children aged between five and thirteen. This Tate Movie project launched 14 July 2010 as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
9545Largest samba bandInspire-works , Street Child World CupUnited Kingdom, London,,The Royal Albert Hall03 March 2014The largest samba band consisted of 1,675 players, achieved by Inspire-works, Street Child World Cup (both UK) and 27 London schools at The Royal Albert Hall in London, UK, on 3 March 2014.
9546Tallest cake pyramidMTR Rzesznow International FairPoland, RzeszówThe tallest cake pyramid measured 1.74 m (5 ft 8.5 in) and was achieved by MTR Rzeszów International Fair (Poland) in Rzeszów, Poland, on 21 May 2011.The cake weighed a total of 720.8 kg (1,589 lb 1 oz).
9547Longest-running videogame seriesFlight SimulatorNot Applicable09 October 2012Having spanned an impressive 32 years and three months between its first and most recent releases, Flight Simulator is the longest-running series of them all as of September 2012. Originally released by developer subLOGIC in October 1979 for the Apple II, the game was subsequently acquired by Microsoft and distributed for PCs as Flight Simulator 1.00 in 1982. It now boasts a total of 16 main series titles.
9548Longest gaming session in indoor freefallJesse Moerkerk18/52 minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Roosendaal11 January 2011The longest gaming session in indoor freefall lasted 18 min 52 sec and was achieved by [N] Gamer and Jesse Moerkerk (Netherlands) at Indoor Skydive Roosendaal, Netherlands, on 11 January 2011.Adjudicated by Gaz Deaves. Jesse is a mountain of a man! He's 6'5" (190 cm) and 120 kg (265 lb) but he was extremely graceful while suspended in the wind tunnel.
9549Largest grab dredger bucketMitsubishi Nagasaki Machinery MFG. CO. LTD.477 tonne(s) (metric ton)Japan, 16 March 2011The largest grab dredger bucket weighs 477 tons (1,051,604.99 lbs) and was manufactured by Mitsubishi Nagasaki Machinery MFG. CO. LTD. (Japan). It was presented and measured in Nagasaki, Japan, on 16 March 2011. The dredger is 10.057 m (32 ft 11 in) tall, 12.731 m (41 ft 9 in) wide and 5.526 m (18 ft 1 in) deep.
9550Largest crossword (unpublished)Walter KellnerAustria, Vienna01 November 2008The largest unpublished crossword has 160,000 squares, with 30,711 clues across and 30,690 clues down and was completed by Walter Kellner (Austria) in November 2008 after 20 years of work. The crossword covers and area of 12 m2.
9551Tallest ice cream whipPaolino "Paul" Salamone18 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, 09 September 2013The tallest ice cream whip is 18 cm (7.08 in) and was achieved by Paolino "Paul" Salamone (Italy) on the set of 'Officially Amazing' in Watford, UK, on 9 September 2013.
9552Largest glass of spritzerFilippo Lazzarin and the Shopping Center Piazzagrande (Both Italy)573 litre(s)Italy, Piove di Sacco24 July 2010The largest Spritzer was 573 litres (126.7 gal) and was prepared during an event organised by Filippo Lazzarin (Italy) at the Piazzagrande shopping centre in Piove Di Sacco (Italy) on 24 July 2010.The glass was 1 meter tall and contained 31% of water, 29% of Aperol and 40% of Prosecco wine
9553Smallest roadworthy carAustin Coulson63.5/65.41/126.47 centimetre(s)United States, Phoenix, AZ07 September 2012The smallest roadworthy car measures 63.5 cm (25 in) high, 65.41 cm (2 ft 1.75 in) wide and 126.47 cm (4 ft 1.75 in). It was created by Austin Coulson (USA) and measured in Carrollton, Texas, USA, on 7 September 2012.
9554First return to a previous Olympic cityParis Olympic Games, 1924firstFrance, Paris01 January 1924Having first played host to the Olympics in 1900, Paris became the first city to hold the Games twice when it organized the competition again in 1924. That year, France also staged the inaugural Winter Olympics, in Chamonix in the French Alps, thus becoming the first of only three nations in Olympic history to host both the Summer Games and the Winter Games in the same year, the others being the USA in 1932 and Germany in 1936.
9555Largest aluminium can sculptureJunior Chamber International ToyohashiJapan, Toyohashi21 September 2013The largest aluminium can sculpture consists of 104,840 cans and was created by Junior Chamber International Toyohashi (Japan) at Toyohashi Park, in Toyohashi, Aichi, Japan, on 21 September 2013.
9556First permanent theatreTheatre of DionysiusGreece, Athens31 December 0499The outdoor Theatre of Dionysius was the world’s oldest theatre, having been built in Ancient Athens in approximately 500 BC. With an estimated capacity of up to 17,000 people, the theatre was “in the round”, with stone rows built up a slope overlooking the stage. As well as putting on tragedies and comedies, the theatre was also used to host drama competitions in which the audience could vote on their favourite play – an ancient forerunner of today’s American Idol and Dancing With The Stars!
9557Smallest Rubik's CubeEvgeniy Grigoriev10 millimetre(s)Russian Federation, 13 December 2010The smallest Rubik’s Cube is 10 mm (0.39 in) wide and was created by Evgeniy Grigoriev (Russia). It is fully functional and can be used like a normal Rubik’s Cube.It is 2 mm (0.08 in) smaller than the previous one he made.
9558Largest oak leafBrady PlebonCanada, Barry's Bay17 October 2010The largest oak leaf measured 41 cm (16.14 in) long and 28 cm (11 in) wide and was found by Brady Plebon (Canada) in Barry's Bay, Ontario, Canada, on 17 October 2010.The leaf was discovered when the family was searching for an oak to transplant to their yard.
9559Longest chain of chestnutsLebenshilfe StarnbergGermany, Breitbrunn07 March 2013The longest line of nuts consists of 16,000 nuts, measures 312.84 m (1,026 ft 4.51 in) and was created by Lebenshilfe Starnberg (Germany) in Breitbrunn, Germany, on 7 March 2013.
9560Largest nativity villageFabian Rojas17228 square metre(s)Colombia, Cali11 January 2011The largest nativity village is 17,228 metres squared (185,440.6 square foot) and was achieved by "El Pesebre Mas Grande del Mundo" created by Fabian Rojas (Colombia) in Cali, Colombia, on 11 January 2011.This nativity village takes over an hour to walk through and recreates the village of Bethlehem and surroundings. It also includes specific biblical representations such as the announcement to Maria, and the birth of Jesus Christ. It also has 339 figures which is the most figures in a nativity village.
9561Most hat-tricks in a Twenty20 International cricket career
9562Most people changing diapers simultaneously (multiple venues)
9563Largest annual human migration
9564Most TV commercials for the same product (24 hrs) - national/Free-to-airAsahi WondaJapan28 February 2012The most versions of a TV commercial for the same product broadcast in 24 hours in national free-to-air TV networks is 90 and was achieved by Asahi Wonda (Japan) on 28 February 2012.
9565First human-led bird migrationWilliam Lishman, Joseph DufffirstUnited States, 01 January 1993In late 1993, two ‘artists turned naturalists’, William Lishman (USA) and Joseph Duff (USA), used two ultralight aircraft to guide 18 Canada Geese 644 km (400 mi) from Ontario, Canada, to Virginia, USA, in the first ever human-led bird migration. The flight was part of research to find out if birds could be ‘taught’ to follow safe migratory routes. A film based on Lishman and Duff’s work, Fly Away Home (Columbia Pictures), was made in 1996.
9566Largest plastic advertising hoardingMeiji Seika Kaisha Ltd.Japan08 February 2011The largest plastic advertising hoarding measures 165.95 m (544 ft 5 in) long, 27,59 m (90 ft 6 in) tall and was created by Meiji Seika Kaisha Ltd. (Japan). It was presented and measured at the Meiji Seika Kaisha Factory in Osaka, Japan, on 8 February 2011.The hoarding is in the shape of a chocolate bar, entitled "Big Milch". Milch is German for milk.
9567Most golf birdies made in one weekGeno BonnalieUnited States, Lewiston03 July 2011The most golf birdies made in one week is 493, achieved by Geno Bonnalie (USA) at Lewiston Country Club in Lewiston, Idaho, USA, from 27 June to 3 July 2011.Geno made 7 birdies in his first round and 84 on the first day.On the second day Geno managed 82Day 3 saw only 59 birdies.Day 4 saw an increase to 67 made.Day 5 Geno scored 81.Day 6 saw 70 putted.On the final day 50 were made, with a birdie on the final hole.
9568Strangest planeBlohm & Voss P 202Germany01 January 1942Though not the first aircraft to employ the oblique wing or “scissor” design concept, the first was the German Blohm & Voss P 202 in 1942, the jet powered NASA AD-1 was the first aircraft to successfully demonstrate the concept in a test programme of 79 flights from 1979 to 1982. Dubbed the strangest plane to ever fly, the wing would be pivoted up to 60 degrees when flying at high speed to reduce drag, thus allowing increased speed and longer range owing to reduced fuel consumption. Reportedly it had difficult flying characteristics when the wing was fully swept.
9569Highest field goal percentage, NFL careerNate Kaeding86.5 percentageUnited States, 01 January 2010The National Football League (NFL) record for highest career field goal percentage is 86.5 percent by Nate Kaeding (USA) playing for the San Diego Chargers (USA) since 2004. Kaeding has converted on 173 of 200 field goal attempts. Kaeding leads Mike Vanderjagt (Canada) by percentage points. Vanderjagt was 230 for 266 for a success rate of 86.466 percent playing for the Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys (both USA) from 1998 to 2006.
9570Fastest time to arrange the alphabetHelen StretherUnited Kingdom18 September 2011The fastest time to arrange the alphabet is 30.05 seconds and was achieved by Helen Strether (UK) at Butlins, Skegness, UK, on 18 September 2011. GWR Live! at Butlins.

* Görseller ve İçerik tekif hakkına sahip olabilir