Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9571Best British Documentary Series of the 20th CenturyThe World at WarUnited Kingdom01 January 2000In 2000 the British Film Institute published its TV100 list of the most influential and memorable British TV programmes of the 20th Century. The list was generated by votes from a wide variety of TV insiders and the top documentary in the countdown was The World at War ITV’s epic 26-part history of the 2nd World War, narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier.
9572Most Yukon Quest race winsHans Gatt, Lance Mackey4 timesNot Applicable, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada01 January 2010The most wins of the annual Yukon Quest sled dog race held annually between Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, and Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, is four by Hans Gatt (Canada) in 2002-04 and 2010, and Lance Mackey (USA) in 2005-08. The Yukon Quest is a 1,000 mile sled dog race often referred to as the toughest race in the world.
9573Fastest time to reach 1,000 runs in cricket One Day InternationalsJonathan Trott, Kevin Pietersen, Viv RichardsUnited Kingdom02 March 2011The fastest time to reach 1,000 runs in a cricket One Day Internationals career is 21 innings, first achieved by Viv Richards (West Indies) between 7 June 1975 and 22 January 1980, then later matched by Kevin Pietersen (England) between 28 November 2004 and 31 March 2006, and most recently matched by Jonathan Trott (England) between 27 August 2009 and 2 March 2011.
9574Most Billboard US Hot 100 entriesGleeUnited States02 April 2011Collectively, the cast members of the TV series Glee (USA) amassed a record 131 different Hot 100 entries in the US between 6 June 2009 and 2 April 2011. As an example of their success, they had 54 chart entries in their first 54 weeks. It should be noted, though, that the vast majority of these tracks spent only one week in the chart. In their first 16 months, in total to October 2010, they had 11.5 million single tracks downloaded in the US alone and 2.8 million albums.
9575Only artist in US chart history to have seven singles debut in the top 10 of the hot 100Taylor SwiftfirstUnited States, 01 January 2010Taylor Swift (USA) is the only artist to have seven of her singles enter the Top 10 of the US Hot 100, breaking the record of five set by Mariah Carey (USA) in 1998. The tracks concerned are: “Jump” (2008), “Fearless” (2008), “Jump Then Fall” (2009), ”Today Was A Fairytale” (2010), “Mine” (2010), “Speak Now” (2010) and “Back To December” (2010).
9576Most consecutive football touches while hangingAbdellah Belabbas219 total numberTurkey, Istanbul05 June 2013The most consecutive football touches while hanging is 219 and was achieved by Abdellah Belabbas (Algeria) on the set of 'Rekorlar Dunyasi', in Istanbul, Turkey, on 5 June 2013.
9577Tallest pot structureForum KapadokyaTurkey, Kapadokya/Nevsehir,,Forum Kapadokya03 April 2010The tallest pot structure made entirely of ceramic pots measured 3.70 m (12 ft 2 in). It was created by Forum Kapadokya (Turkey) & Mr. Galip Korukcu/Chez Galip (Turkey). The structure was displayed at the GWR Live! Roadshow at Forum Kapadokya, in Nevsehir, Turkey, on 03 April 2010.The largest circumference was 9 meters (29 ft 6 in) and the inside of the structure was filled with pots. According to the info of Mr. Galip Korukcu (a famous potter in Kapadokya) the structure consisted of 1055 ceramic pots.
9578Most consecutive headstand push ups on one armYury TikhonovichItaly, Rome01 April 2010The most consecutive headstand push ups on one arm are 7 and were achieved by Yury Tikhonovich (Russia) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome Italy, on 1 April 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".
9579Thinnest handmade chinese noodleHiroshi Kuroda0.22 millimetre(s)Japan, Utsunomiya City,,Hotel New Itaya.12 July 2012The thinnest handmade chinese noodle measures 0.22 mm (0.0866 in) in diametre and was created by Hiroshi Kuroda (Japan) in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi, Japan, on 18 July 2012.
9580Most nails filed and varnished in 8 hours (team)Beauty Connection SpaUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai14 February 2014The most nails filed and varnished in 8 hours was 5,193 and was achieved by Beauty Connection Spa (UAE) at Dubai Mall, in Dubai, UAE, on 14 February 2014.
9581Longest domino drop shotSenor Frog's Bahamas4107 itemsBahamas, The, Nassau,,Senor Frog's Restaurant06 February 2013The longest domino drop shot consisted of 4,107 shot glasses and was achieved by Senor Frog's Bahamas (Bahamas), in Nassau, Bahamas, on 6 February 2013.The Senor Frog's restaurant and its director Arturo Salas attempted this record as a celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the restaurant. Of the 4,109 shot glasses set out, 4,107 fell correctly.
9582Largest silver ringValentine DiamondTurkey, Istanbul27 September 2013The largest silver ring weighs 91.32 kg (201.33 lb) and consists of 99.99 percent pure silver. It was created by Valentine Diamond (Turkey) and measured in Istanbul, Turkey, on 27 September 2013.The ring has an inner diameter of 92 cm (3 ft).
9583Longest mozzarellaEnte Provinciale Turismo AvellinoItaly, AVELLINO13 June 2010The longest mozzarella (Fior di Latte) was 106 m 16 cm (348 ft 4 in) and was prepared by Ente Provinciale Turismo Avellino (Italy) in Avellino, Italy, on 13 June 2010.Fior di Latte mozzarella is prepared using cow's milk rather than the better known buffalo mozzarella, which is made from buffalo milk.
9584Most targets hit with golf shots in three minutesFederico RanellettiChina, Beijing21 December 2010The most targets hit with golf shots in three minutes was 20 and was achieved by Federico Ranelletti (Italy) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 21 December 2010.
9585Fastest time to remove labels and caps from five plastic bottlesYuta FujitaJapanThe fastest time to remove labels and caps from five plastic bottles was 11.73 seconds achieved by Yuta Fujita (Japan) at Park Challenge / GWR Live! in Tokyo Midtown, Tokyo, Japan, on 4 May 2010.
9586Largest banner flown by an airplaneEdmund Löbbers218.03 square metre(s)Germany, Rheine10 July 2010The largest banner flown by an airplane measured 218.03 m² (2,346.85 ft²) and was flown by Edmund Löbbers (Germany) in Rheine, Germany, on 10 July 2010.The aircraft used in the attempt was a Remos G3-600. Edmund flew the banner for 13 minutes. The banner weighed 19.8 kg (43.65 lbs).
9587Largest steelpan / steel drumJomo WahtuseTrinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain12 November 2010The largest steelpan is the elliptical "Jomoline" which measures 104 cm (3 ft 4 in) wide and 84 cm (2 ft 9 in) tall. It was created by Jomo Wahtuse (Trinidad and Tobago) and presented and measured in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on 12 November 2010.The instrument has 30 segmented chambered notes and has a tonal range from D-5 to G-3. The width of its skirt is 18 cm (7 in).
9588Largest gathering of people dressed as MarioJun TangChina, Chifeng City ,,Outside Red Star Macalline Home Furniture Shopping Mall(Chifeng)18 August 2010The largest gathering of people dressed as Mario was achieved by 230 participants at an event organized by Red Star Macalline Home Furniture Shopping Mall in Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China, on 18 August 2010. The participants were school students from Chifeng City.
9589Largest martial arts uniform / keikogiYUKIYO HASEGAWAJapan, Tokyo/Minato-ku/Akasaka13 September 2010The largest martial arts keikogi measures 8.55 metres (28 ft) tall and 3.23 metres (10 ft 7 in) wide and was created by Hakuhodo DY Media Partners (Japan) for the 2010 Judo World Championships in Tokyo, Japan, on 13 September 2010.The uniform weighs 45.5 kg (100.31 lbs). For detailed measurements of all parts of the uniform see the attached claim documents.
9590Longest RCP Mini-Z race trackCatz-Sports GmbHGermany, Stapelfeld ,Hamburg,Catz-Sports racing hall30 October 2010The longest RCP Mini-Z race track is 134.8 m (442 ft 3.08 in) long and is owned and operated by Catz-Sports GmbH (Germany), in Stapelfeld, Hamburg, Germany, as ascertained on 30 October 2010.The Mini Z is a popular line of 1:28-scale electric radio-controlled cars. The Catz-Sports GmbH race track is located in a converted tennis hall. It is open every day of the week and requires the payment of an entrance fee. Race cars may be hired in the facility. After the verification by a Guinness World Record Adjudicator, a race with 72 drivers divided into 8 groups was held on that track and lasted from 10 am until 8.30 pm.
9591Heaviest deadlift with one fingerBenik IsrayelyanArmenia, Yerevan12 February 2012The heaviest deadlift with one finger is 121.70 kg (268.30 lb) and was achieved by Benik Israelyan (Armenia), with his right middle finger, in Yerevan, Armenia, on 12 February 2012.
9592Most apples bobbed in three minutes (team of six)At Work/Talent Recruitment (UK)United Kingdom, ,,Queens Park, Heywood, Lancashire25 September 2010The most apples bobbed in 3 minutes (team of 6) is 361 and was achieved at an event organised by At Work/Talent Recruitment (UK) and New Heart for Heywood (NDC, UK), in Queens Park, Heywood, Lancashire, UK, on 25 September 2010.The team of 6 comprised of Stephen Bland, Jamie Thornton, Adam Simpson, Reddy Lenge, Rebecca Richardson and Reanne Fraser, all employees of At Work/Talent Recruitment.The company attempted a second record during the event, the most people apple bobbing, which was also successful.The company organising the event, At Work/Talent Recruitment, is a government funded company which works with people from some of the most deprived areas of the country, addressing their employment and training needs depending on their circumstances. Their funding ceases in December and the event was organised to celebrate their achievements to date.
9593Largest fattoushMunicipality of Kab EliasLebanon, Kab Elias01 August 2010The largest Fattoush weighs 4,432.52 kg (9,772.03 lb) and was achieved by the Municipality of Kab Elias (Lebanon), in the city of Kab Elias, Lebanon, on 1 August 2010.The Municipality of Kab Elias and around 200 people of the city came together to create the largest Fattoush in order to promote the fact that Kab Elias is home to the largest fresh fruit and vegetable market in the middle east. The attempt took place in the local public school in Kab Elias and started at 3pm and finished at 8.30pm, although the total preparatory and cooking time was 15 hours. The individual ingredients included purslane 86 kg (189.6 lb), tomato 1, 500 kg (3, 306.93 lb), radish 105 kg (231.49 lb), onion 105 kg (231.49), mint 42 kg (92.6 lb), cucumber 1, 050 kg (2, 314.9 lb), lettuce 315 kg (694.5 lb), sumac 126 kg (277.8 lb), salt 30 kg (66 lb), olive oil 210 kg (463 lb), lemon juice 336 kg (740.8 lb) and pitta bread 336 kg (740.8 lb).
9594Largest litter bin mosaicTrenntstadt BerlinGermany, Berlin18 September 2010The largest litter bin mosaic was made up of 6,401 litter bins and was achieved by Trenntstadt Berlin (Germany) at the former Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, Germany, on 18 September 2010.Trenntstadt is a company that tackles waste prevention and recycling in Berlin, Germany.The mosaic measured 2,464 square metres (26,522 square feet 24 square inches) and was created as part of 'Clean Tech World', a trade fair focussing on environmental issues such as recycling and renewable energy sources.The mosaic, made out of different coloured wheelie bins used for separating recyclable materials, depicted a polar bear, one of the species most at risk from global warming as the polar ice, its natural habitat, melts.
9595Longest rugHemtex ABSweden, Stockholm26 August 2010The longest rug measured 797.51 m (2,616 ft 5 in) in length and was manufactured by Hemtex AB (Sweden) and was laid out along Götgatan in Stockholm, Sweden, on 26 August 2010. The rug was a 'rag' rug and was 70 cm (2 ft 3 in) wide.
9596Highest tightrope crossing by bicycleNikolas WallendaBahamas, The, Nassau28 August 2010The highest tightrope crossing by bicycle is 238 ft (72.5 m) by Nik Wallenda (USA) between the Royal Towers of the Atlantis Paradise Island hotel in Nassau, The Bahamas, on 28 August 2010.Wallenda added this record to his previous individual accomplishment of the "longest tightrope crossing by bicycle." The rope he crossed was supported by anchor cables which were held in place my assistants on the crowd. As for Wallenda himself, he crossed untethered and unsupported, which just a balancing beam as his only method of assistance.
9597Tightrope walking (unsupported) – greatest distanceBello NockUnited States, At Sea10 November 2010The greatest distance for an unsupported tightrope walk is 130 metres (429 feet) and was achieved by Bello Nock (USA) across a wire attached to poles onboard Royal Caribbean International's 'Majesty of the Seas' cruise ship, in Coco Bay, Bahamas, USA, on 10 November 2010.Bello achieved this walk in approximately 15 minutes. He completed one length of the rope-a total of 429 feet. The tightrope used was a 6 x19 IWRC Galvanized 5/8 inch Aircraft cable (tractioned by a tractel tirfour) which was attached to points of the ship and was 20 metres (33 feet) above sea level. The ship was at sea at the time, 1/2 mile from the nearest land mass and 20 miles from any large land mass. He used a balancing pole and had a whole cruise ship full of holiday makers as spectators.
9598Oldest GaststaetteGaststätte RöhrlGermany, Eilsbrunn08 November 2011Gaststätte Röhrl, located in Eilsbrunn, Germany, has been owned and run uninterruptedly by the Röhrl family since 1658, shortly after the Thirty Years War, when Andreas Röhrl married Susanna Hofmeister, daughter of the former innkeeper Georg Hofmeister. The Gaststätte, now a listed building by the Bavarian Regional Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments, is currently run by Mr Muk Röhrl, the 11th generation of the Röhrl family.
9599Largest banner flown by balloonsFiesta Kuwait co.Kuwait, Salmyia12 March 2010The Largest banner flown by balloons measured 107 m (351 ft) in length and 53 m (173 ft 10 in) in width and was made by Fiesta Kuwait co. (Kuwait), in Kuwait, on 12 March 2010.The banner represented the flag of Kuwait, weighed 700 kg and was carried by 120 giant helium balloons.
9600Most countries skied in (one month)Jamie StevensonNot Applicable, Various21 March 2014The most countries skied in within a single month is 17 achieved by Jamie Stevenson (UK), who started in Cairngorms, Scotland, on 1 March and finished in Oslo, Norway, on 21 March 2014.Countries skied in: Scotland, Spain, Andorra, France, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, Slovenia, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway.

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