Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

931Most backflips off a wall in one minute by a team (parkour)Scott Fidgett, Cole Armitage, Sam Parham, Adam Brashaw, Cane Armitage, James Stokes55 timesUnited Kingdom, 08 September 2010The most backflips off a wall in one minute by a team is 55 and was achieved by Cane Armitage, Cole Armitage, Adam Brashaw, Scott Fidgett, Sam Parham and James Stokes (all UK) at Basingstoke Active Life Centre, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK, on 8 September 2010. Six members of 3Run attempted the record.
932First 3D film shown in public3D shortsfirstUnited States, 10 June 1915The first presentation of a 3D film before a paying audience took place at the Astor Theater in New York, USA, on 10 June 1915. The programme consisted of three one-reel films: the first was of rural scenes in the USA, the second was a selection of scenes from a movie set, and the third showed a visit to Niagara Falls. An anaglyphic process developed by Edwin S Porter and W E Waddell (both USA) involved the use of red and green spectacles to create a single image from twin motion-picture images photographed 2½ inches apart. The experiment was not wholly successful, with critic Lynde Denig writing in Moving Picture World: "Images shimmered like reflections on a lake and in its present form the method couldn't be commercial because it detracts from the plot."
933Most effective electronic sniper detectorRaytheonUnited Kingdom (Northern Ireland only)01 January 2010After a series of trials at the British Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, the US Raytheon company’s Boomerang Warrior - X shooter detection system has been rated the most effective of a number of systems selected for field testing in Afghanistan with the UK Parachute Regiment. The device, weighing only 11 ounces, is worn on a soldier’s shoulder and includes a hand-held display. It can pinpoint the position of enemy shooters up to 3,000 feet away by displaying the target’s coordinates and a pointer on a small screen, as well as emitting a warning sound in the soldier’s headset. Developed from the Boomerang III system used on vehicles in Iraq and Afghanistan, the new system is reported to cost around £10,000 for each unit and is the most advanced detector yet.
934Fastest time to climb the height of Everest on an indoor climbing wall (team)The Climbing Society at Texas A&M University-Commerce4/24/33 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Commerce,,Morris Recreation Centre, Texas A&M University-Commerce18 January 2013The fastest time to climb the height of Everest on an indoor climbing wall by a team is 4 hr 24 min 33 sec and was achieved by the Climbing Society at Texas A&M University-Commerce (USA) at the Morris Recreation Center at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas, USA, on 18 January 2013.The team managed to break this record whilst breaking another Guinness World Records title for 'Greatest vertical distance climbed on an artificial climbing wall in 6 hours (team)', climbing a height of 12,340 m (40,485.6 ft) in the six hours. The team of 12 climbers who broke both records was: Andrew Dahir, Hunter Joyce, Kathryn Cotsakis, Will Lian, Dustin Lux, Luke Raper, Deric Moore, Jake Gadberry, Rory Curtin, Dax Havrilak, Tyler King and Austin King.
935Most steps climbed backwards on a ladder while controlling a football with the feetIya TraoreChina, Beijing20 July 2011The most steps climbed backwards on a ladder while controlling a football with the feet is 75 and was achieved by Iya Traore (Guinea) in Beijing, China, on 20 July 2011.A fire brigade ladder was used for this record attempt, with an inclination of 55 degrees. The ladder was 25 m long and its final point was 21.5 m from the ground.
936Most consecutive jumps on a pole avoiding a person sliding downTegegn Worku, Mesfin MesganawTurkey, Istanbul05 June 2013The most consecutive jumps on a pole avoiding a person sliding down is 19 and was achieved by Mesfin Mesganaw and Tegegn Worku (both Ethiopia), on the set of 'Rekorlar Dunyasi' in Istanbul, Turkey, on 5 June 2013.
937Farthest golf shot caught in a moving carDavid Coulthard, Jake ShepherdUnited Kingdom, Cranleigh,,Dunsfold AerodromeThe farthest golf shot caught in a moving car is 250 m (820 ft 2.5 in), achieved by David Coulthard and Jake Shepherd (both UK), at Dunsfold Aerodrome, Surrey, UK, on 30 May 2012. The record was achieved on the second attempt, the golf ball left the tee at a speed of 286.46 kmh (178 mph). The ball actually landed in the car at a distance greater than 250 m however the 250 m marker was the closest point at which I could be certain that the record had been achieved.
938Largest multiplayer game on a single screenPhil Groman, Danne Woo, Federico Zannier113 peopleUnited States, New York01 March 2013The largest multiplayer game on a single screen consisted of 113 simultaneous players on the game Splat! (2013) developed by Danne Woo (USA), Federico Zannier (Italy), and Phil Groman (UK) and played at the IAC Building in New York, New York, USA, on 1 March 2013.Built for a video wall in New York measuring 120 foot, the game Splat allowed 113 active players to simultaneously connect to a multiplayer game on a single screen using their smartphones as personal game controllers. 113 active and simultaneous players for a duration of 48 seconds (30 seconds was the minimum requirement from GWR, as outlined in point 7 of the record specific guidelines, 21st February 2013). The event on March 1st 2013 was the public demonstration of final class projects at the IAC building where all 10 projects (including Splat) were shown on the big screen to a live audience that numbered approximately 300.
939Fastest time to type a text message (SMS) on a touch screen mobile phone while blindfoldedMark Encarnación25.90 second(s)United States, Redmond24 April 2013The fastest text message written on a touch screen mobile phone whilst blindfolded is 25.90 seconds and was achieved by Mark Encarnación (USA) outside the Microsoft Studios in Redmond, Washington, USA on 24 April 2013.
940Most people maypole dancingKulturrat des Schwäbischen Albvereins388 peopleGermany, Ulm28 April 2013The most people maypole dancing is 388 and was achieved by the Cultural Council of Schwäbischen Albvereins (Germany) in Ulm, Germany, on 28 April 2013. Kulturrat des Schwäbischen Albvereins is an organisation of 110,000 members supporting homeland traditions, hiking and environmental issues in South-Western Germany. Founded in 1888, 2013 marks its 125th year anniversary. The record attempt formed part of the jubilee celebrations of the Schwäbischer Albverein. Participants danced around 8 separate maypoles for 10 min 29 secs.
941Fastest half marathon dressed as a shoe (male)
942Oldest tandem parachute jump (male)Armand Gendreauyear(s), day(s)Canada, Joliette27 June 2014Armand Gendreau (Canada, b. 24 June 1913), made a tandem parachute jump above Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Québec, Canada, on 27 June 2014 at the age of 101 years 3 days.
943Longest distance travelled by a battery-powered tram (single charge) in 24 hours
944Most dominoes toppled in a 3D pyramid
945Most recently identified carnivoreunknownIndonesiaEnvironmental researchers are hoping to capture what some believe may be a new species of carnivore on Borneo, which if correct would be the first such discovery on the island since that of the Borneo ferret-badger in 1895. The animal, which looks like a cross between a cat and a fox was photographed in the mountainous rainforests of the Kayan Mentarang National Park in 2003, but was kept unpublished as research continued. Some researchers suggested that it might be a viverrid - the family which includes the civets - but this potential new species has not yet been confirmed. Indeed, the latest theory concerning this mystery mammal is that it is not a carnivore at all, but is actually a specimen of an already known species of giant flying squirrel.
946Most knives thrown around a human target in one minuteDavid AdamovichUnited States, Freeport26 December 2007Dr David R. Adamovich (The Great Throwdini, USA) threw 102 14'' throwing knives around his partner, Target Girl Tina Nagy (USA) in 1 minute, in Freeport, New York, USA, on 26 December 2007.
947Fastest half marathon in a two-person pantomime costumeStephen McAdam, Nathan Saber2/3/20 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, Geelong15 April 2012The record for the fastest time to run a half marathon wearing a two-person pantomime costume is 2 hr 3 min 20 sec and was achieved by Stephen McAdam and Nathan Saber (both Australia) at the Geelong Cross Country Club Half Marathon in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, on 15 April 2012.
948Fastest relay flying discEmmanuelle Tartoue, Yoann Greau, Michael Affile, Vincent Lelievse, Amaury GeurinFrance, Benodet04 August 2004The record for the fastest time for a team of five to throw and catch a flying disc down a course of 20 m and back again is 16 seconds and was set by Emmanuelle Tartoue, Yoann Greau, Michel Affile, Vincent Levievse and Amaury Guerin (all France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Benodet, France on 4 August 2004.All players stood 5 metres apart in a line and they had to pass the flying disc from one player to the next down the line and return again to the first player.
949Longest time on a balance board holding a glass on the foreheadTang GuoaiChina, Beijing19 December 2006The longest time on a balance board holding a full glass of wine on the forehead is 1 hour and 8 minutes and was achieved by Tang Guoai (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 19 December 2006.
950Longest career as a postal workerTakashi MiyaokaJapan, Tokyo26 September 2011The longest career as a postal worker was 53 years and 48 days and was achieved by Takashi Miyaoka (Japan) who worked at the Shinjuku postal office in Tokyo, Japan, from 9 August 1958 to 26 September 2011.Mr Miyaoka has always worked for the Shinjuku postal office, in central Tokyo.
951Fastest 100 m by a pantomime horse (team - female)Samantha Kavanagh, Melissa ArcherUnited Kingdom, Harrow-on-the Hill18 August 2005Samantha Kavanagh (the front) and Melissa Archer (the rear) (both UK) completed a distance of 100m remaining inside their pantomime horse costume for the entire race in a time of 18.13 sec at an event organized by the advertising agency Claydon Heeley Jones Mason at Harrow School, Harrow-on-the Hill, Middlesex, UK, on 18 August 2005.
952Greatest mileage run, daily - femaleKathy PyciorUnited States30 June 2004Kathy Pycior (USA) has not missed a day's training since 31 December 1980. She has kept a meticulously compiled log of route and distance for every single run between 1 January 1981 and 30 June 2004, totalling a distance of 48,656.5 miles (78,305 km).
953Most clothes pegs held in the handAhmmad Bin DarweshUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai,Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village29 January 2009The most pegs held in one single hand is 40 and was achieved by Ahmmad Bin Darwish (UAE) at the Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village, Dubai, UAE, on 29 January 2009.
954Largest collection of jigsaw puzzlesGeorgina Gil-LacunaPhilippines, Tagaytay City29 November 2012The largest collection of jigsaw puzzles consists of 1,028 different sets and was achieved by Georgina Gil-Lacuna (Philippines), in Tagaytay City, Philippines, on 29 November 2012.Mrs. Lacuna has been collecting puzzles for 26 years. Her largest puzzle has 18,000 pieces.
955Most people to row 100 metres on a Concept II Indoor Rower in a 1-hour relaySarasota Crew166 peopleUnited States, Sarasota04 February 2012The most people to row 100 metres in a 1-hour relay on a rowing machine is 166 and was achieved by Sarasota Crew (USA) in Sarasota, Florida, USA, on 4 February 2012.
956First littoral combat shipSea FighterfirstUSA, Freeland,WashingtonIn order to operate more effectively in coastal (littoral – near shore) waters, the US Navy has created a new class of littoral combat ship, of which the first mission test bed version was the Sea Fighter. It is a high-speed aluminum catamaran that will test a variety of technologies designed for greater operational effectiveness when operating in littoral waters. Built by Nicholas Bros, Freeland, Washington, USA, and launched on 5 February 2005, it has been in service since May 2005. It weighs 950 tons, is 79.9 metres (262 feet) long with a beam of 22 metres (72 feet) and has a top speed in the region of 50 knots (90 km/hr). It has a range of 4,400 nautical miles, a crew of 26 and 2 helipads.The first commissioned littoral combat ship is the USS Freedom based on a Lockheed Martin design. USS Freedom is a fast, agile vessel designed for operaton in the near shore environment and is also capable of open ocean operation. It can be equipped with different mission packages and is capable of mine sweeping, anti submarine operations and action against fast surface vessels. The keel was laid down on 2 June 2005 at Marinette Marine, Marinette, Wisconsin, USA. Launched on 24 September 2006, it was commissioned on 8 November 2008. With a displacement of 3,089 tons full load, a length of 115.5 metres (379 feet) a beam of 13.1 metres (43 feet), a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 18 knots and a top speed of 45 knots, it is the most capable inshore vessel afloat today. It has a crew of 50. Up to 55 ships probably with more advanced hull designs are planned for this role.
957Fastest time to ascend a sand dune on a motorcycleYongming TaoChina, Badajilin Desert,,Bilutu Peak, Badanjilin desert23 September 2009The fastest time to ascend a sand dune (418 m tall)on a motorcycle is 6 minutes 2 seconds and was achieved by Tao Yongming (China) for Zheng Da Zong Yi-Guinness World Records Special when he drove his motorcycle to the top of Bilutu Peak in Badanjilin desert, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China, on 23 September 2009.The altitude of the starting line at the foot of the sand dune was 1,183 m (3881 ft 2.71 in) and the top where the claimant reached was 1,601 m(5252 ft 7.37 in). The height of the sand dune was 418 m (1371 ft 4.66 in) . The claimant drove a Suzuki DR 250 motorcycle.
958Fastest marathon in full military uniform (male)Andy McMahon3/49/21 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom (Scotland only), Fort William19 April 2009The fastest marathon in a full military uniform is 3 hr 49 min 21 sec and was achieved by Andy McMahon (UK) at the Lochaber Marathon, Fort William, UK, on 19 April 2009. Andy was running to help raise money for Help for Heroes and Who Cares? Scotland. He is a member of Stornoway Running club.
959Longest stoppie (nose wheelie) on a motocross bikeGary HardingUnited States, Boonsboro22 August 2010The longest nose wheelie on a motocross bike was 86.2 m (282 ft 10 in) achieved by Gary Harding (USA) at Mason-Dixon Dragway in Boonsboro, Maryland, USA, on 22 August 2010. Harding rode a Kawasaki KX250T8F model for the attempt.Immediately after the attempt, Harding proposed to his girlfriend on the very same track. She quickly answered yes.
960Most passes through a hula hoop in a wind tunnel in one minute - team of two

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