Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
9691Farthest swim wearing handcuffs and leg ironsGopal KharviIndia, Udupi/Karnataka,,From St Mary's Island to Malpe Beach01 December 2013The furthest swim wearing handcuffs and leg irons is 3.071 km (3358 yd 1.44 ft) achieved by Gopal Kharvi (India), in Malpe, Udupi, India, on 1 December 2013.The swim took place from St Mary’s Island to Malpe Beach and took 2 hr 43 min 35 sec to complete. The speed of currents was discounted as it flowed across and against the swimmer’s direction of travel.
9692Fastest time to toss rings around six pegsIppei TanakaJapan, TokyoThe fastest time to toss rings around six pegs is 13.90 seconds and was achieved by Ippei Tanaka (Japan) during the Park Challenge / GWR Live! at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, on 3 May 2012. This record was achieved on the 6th day of the event at Tokyo Midtown.
9693Most electrical energy generated by pedalling on bicycles in one hourSiemens AustraliaAustralia, Melbourne11 December 2012The most electricity generated by bicycles in one hour is 4630 watt hours, achieved by Siemens (Australia and New Zealand) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 11 December 2012
9694Largest hiyashi chūkaJin CorporationJapan, Fukushima29 July 2012The largest hiyashi chuka weighed 102 kg (224 lb 13 oz) and was achieved by Jin Corporation (Japan) at Machinaka Hiroba, Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan, on 29 July 2012.The event was organised to promote cucumbers from Fukushima. The serving dish measured 1.8 m (5 ft 10 in) in diameter. Ingredients included 45 kg (99 lb 3 oz) noodles, 28 kg (61 lb 11 oz) sauce, 4 kg (8 lb 13 oz) cucumbers, 3.5 kg (7lb 11 oz) jelly fish, 5 kg (11 lb) lettuce, 2.5 kg (5 lb 8 oz) tomatoes, 1.5 kg (3 lb 4 oz) ginger, 6.5 kg (14 lb 5 oz) chicken and 6.5 kg (14 lb 5 oz) ham.
9695Most hot water bottles burst with the nose in one minuteJemal TkeshelashviliGermany, Magdeburg02 June 2012The most hot water bottles burst with the nose in one minute is 3 and was achieved by Jemal Tkeshelashvili (Georgia), during the live broadcast of Das Sommerfest der Abenteuer (ARD Germany), in Magdeburg, Germany, on 2 June 2012.Jemal is the stage name of the artist. The programme had 4.48 million viewers and a share of 17.6%.Photo ©2012 MDR/ Andreas Lander
9696Largest serving of mashed potatoJoël Robuchon, FuturoscopeFrance, Jaunay Clan29 September 2012The largest serving of mashed potatoes is 1042 kg (2297 lbs) achieved by the Futuroscope and Joël Robuchon (both France) in Poitiers, France on 29 September 2012.The attempt started at 06:30 am and finished at 11:30 am. 200 people including students from the culinary schools of Tours and La Rochelle created the mash following the recipe of Michelin-starred chef Joël Robuchon under the supervision of chefs Noël Gutrin, Eric Bouchenoire, Christian Augier and Laurent Marko (Fleury Michon). The quality of the mash was checked throughout the attempt and was served to the Futuroscope park's visitors on the day. Visitors to the park could also watch the attempt live on the day.
9697Longest zip wire course (combined length)Historic Banning MillsUnited States, Whitesburg,Historic Banning Mills,Screaming Eagle zipline course17 November 2012The longest zip wire course (combined length) is Screaming Eagle (USA) measuring 11.92 km (39,127 ft) at Historic Banning Mills, Whitesburg, Georgia, USA, and verified on 17 November 2012.The zip wire course consists of 135 ziplines including the 3,000 ft Flight of the Falcon, and would take approximately 12 hours to complete the entire course.
9698Largest pickleball tournamentTennis Competitors of Dallas370 peopleUnited States, Frisco15 November 2012The largest Pickleball tournament consisted of 370 players and was organised by the Tennis Competitors of Dallas (USA) at FieldhouseUSA in Frisco, Texas, USA, on 15 November 2012.Following a round robin format, the tournament was won by Sandy Cassday and Karen Spika. The record-breaking event was attended by top Pickleball players Bev Yongren, Alex Hamner and Jennifer Loncore.
9699Most people spreading spread on bread simultaneouslyMaison de l’Emploi, de la Formation et de l’Entreprise435 peopleFrance, Mutzig,,Le Dôme23 September 2013The most people spreading spread on bread simultaneously is 435 and was achieved by Maison de l’Emploi, de la Formation et de l’Entreprise (France), in Mutzig, Alsace, France, on 23 September 2013.
9700Fastest time to carve 60 ice sculpturesRichard Daly2/52/12 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Lakeville20 October 2013The fastest time to carve 60 ice sculptures is 2 hr 52 min 12 sec, achieved by Richard Daly (USA) in Lakeville, Pennsylvania, USA, on 20 October 2013.Daly's sculptures included themes of clothing, art, religion, food, and buildings, along with several Halloween-themed pieces.
9701Most people dipping egg soldiers simultaneouslyWinston's Wish178 peopleUnited Kingdom, Cheltenham,,Imjin Barracks22 January 2014The most people dipping egg soldiers simultaneously is 178 and was achieved by soldiers of the Allied Rapid Response Corps at an attempt organised by Winston's Wish (UK) at Imjin Barracks, Gloucestershire, UK, on 22 January 2014.
9702Largest illuminated advertising sign (indoors)Nissan Motor Co., LTD174.171 square metre(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai,,Dubai Airport03 February 2013The largest indoor illuminated advertising sign measures 174.171 m² (1,874 ft² 108 in²) and was achieved by Nissan Motor Co., LTD, at Dubai International Airport, in Dubai, UAE, on 4 February 2013.
9703Largest collection of police hatsAndreas SkalaGermany, HennigsdorfThe largest collection of police hats includes 2,290 unique items and belongs to Andreas Skala (Germany). The collection was verified in Hennigsdorf, Germany, on 23 May 2014.
9704Most double nunchaku strikes in one minuteSamuel SpragueUnited States, HumbleThe most double nunchaku strikes in one minute is 497 and was achieved by Samuel Sprague (USA) at Rusing Sun Karate in Humble, Texas, USA on 25 May 2012.4 strikes were not counted due to not making contact with the bag.
9705Most lights lit by pedal powerSiemens AustraliaAustralia11 December 2012The most lights lit by pedal power is 35,028, achieved by Siemens (Australia and New Zealand) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 11 December 2012.Siemens organised 120 bikes, all attached to alternators. 112 were arranged in the shape of a Christmas tree. The other 8 were on stage and lit by floodlights that were pointing out at the audience. The energy created by the bikes lit the lights on the Christmas trees.
9706Largest make-up muralAvon Kozmetik51 square metre(s)Turkey, Istanbul08 October 2012The largest make-up mural measures 51 m² (548 ft² 138 in² ) and was created by Avon (Turkey), in Istanbul, Turkey, from 25 September 2012 to 8 October 2012.The mural measured 17 m (55 ft) in length and 3 m (9 ft) in width. It was painted by 4 artists in 13 days. 11,379 of make-up products from AVON were used (eye liner, eye shadow, lipstick, foundation cream, Makeup brushes, mascara, nail polish…etc.)The mural was displayed for 1 week on the famous "Taksim Square" in Istanbul. It was measured by a qualified surveyor and in presence of 2 independent witnesses.
9707Most plastic bottles recycled in one weekCIMA KIDS 2012Ecuador, Quito27 October 2012The most plastic bottles recycled in one week is 39,627.42 kg (87,363 lb 8 oz) and was achieved by CIMA KIDS 2012 at Parque La Carolina, Quito, Ecuador on 27 October 2012.CIMA KIDS is an event organised by three companies - SAMBITO, Maruri and Comefex - to promote environmental awareness amongst children in Ecuador. 109 schools took part in the collection of the bottles which totalled approximately 1,559,002. The bottles were then collected and taken to a central location for weighing by EMASEO, this took six days in total. The bottles have a value of $30,000 once recycled which was donated to Yasuni-ITT an initiative that aims to preserve a national park from oil exploitation. At the time of writing this was the first-ever Guinness World Records record adjudicated in Quito, Ecuador.
9708Largest megaphoneBezoyaSpain, Madrid,,Moda Shopping Center10 October 2013The largest megaphone measures 1,50.5 m (4 ft 11.25 in) in diameter and 2,43.5 m (7 ft 11.87 in) in length and was achieved by Bezoya (Spain), in Madrid, Spain, on 10 October 2013.The megaphone was used by members of the public to say positive messages.
9709Longest chocolate sculptureAndrew FarrugiaBelgium, Brussels19 November 2012The longest chocolate sculpture is 34.05 m (111 ft 8 in) long and was created by Andrew Farrugia (Malta), in Brussels, Belgium, on 19 November 2012. The longest chocolate sculpture depicts a train with an old steam locomotive front at one end and a modern locomotive front at the other, separated by different carriages. The train sculpture was 0.37 m (1 ft 2 in) wide and 0.50 m (1 ft 7 in) high. The chocolate sculpture was unveiled and measured at Brussels South railway station.
9710Most consecutive handsprings (male)Ozell Williams57 timesUnited States, Boulder,,Folsom Field23 November 2013The most consecutive handsprings by a male is 57 and was achieved by Ozell Williams (USA) at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado, USA, on 23 November 2013.Ozell is part of the University of Colorado cheer squad and his attempt took place during the first quarter break at one of the Colorado Buffaloes games.
9711Oldest active professional theatre actorRadu BeliganRomania, Bucharest29 November 2013The oldest active professional theatre actor is Radu Beligan (Romania, b. 14 December 1918) who at 94 years and 350 days old is still performing at the National Theatre Bucharest, in Bucharest, Romania, as verified on 29 November 2013.Beligan has performed in many roles in an acting career spanning from 1937 to the present day receiving numerous accolades including the Ordre National de la Legion D'Honneur from the President of France for his work as an actor.
9712Largest online photo album of hugsMisha CollinsCanada, Vancouver18 August 2013The largest online photo album of hugs contains 108,121 photos, and was achieved by GISHWHES (USA) for the campaign 'GISHWHES Hugs The World 2013!' from 11-18 August 2013.Read more: Misha Collins and friends worldwide set new record for online hugs
9713Longest-operating Earth observation satelliteLandsat 5Not Applicable01 January 2013Landsat 5 is an Earth Observation satellite developed by NASA and launched on 1 March 1984 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, USA. Managed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (1984 to 2000) and by the U.S. Geological Survey (2001-13)as part of the Landsat Program, it has completed more than 150,000 orbits of the Earth and sent back more than 2.5 million images of the Earth’s surface. On 21 December 2012 the USGS announced Landsat 5 was to be decommissioned after the failure of a gyroscope.
9714Most valuable necklaceMouawad Jewelers36361232 UK pound(s)Switzerland, Geneva09 January 2013The most valuable necklace is worth £36,361,232 ($55,000,000), as certified on 9 January 2013, and was manufactured by Mouawad Jewelers (Switzerland).The full name of the necklace is Mouawad “L’Incomparable” and contains the largest flawless diamond in the world (407.48 carats), also know as the Incomparable. It also contains a further 102 diamonds cut into various shapes.
9715Largest display of origami whalesMarineland Animal DefenseCanada, Niagara FallsThe largest display of origami whales consists of 3,374 origami whales and was achieved by Marineland Animal Defense (Canada) in Niagara Falls, Ontaria, Canada, on 18 May 2013.The record holder was inspired by an ancient Japanese legend that promises anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane.
9716Most consecutive opponents, real tennis doublesRichard Ramjane, William StephensUnited Kingdom, FeeringThe most consecutive opponents faced playing real tennis doubles is 25 and was achieved by William Stephens and Richard Ramjane (both UK) in Feering, Essex, UK, from 10 to 11 May 2013.The pair won 11 of the matches they played, losing 14 best of 3-set matches to a variety of opponents. The attempt lasted a little over 24 hours.
9717Largest financial literacy lesson - multiple venuesPwCUnited States, Los Angeles24 September 2013The largest financial literacy lesson at multiple venues consisted of 5,624 participants and was achieved by PwC across the United States on 24 September 2013.The lessons took part across 18 elementary schools in three states in the southwestern U.S. Sites included Los Angeles (12 schools), Orange County (2), Phoenix (2), San Diego, and Las Vegas.
9718Most people planking simultaneouslyKing George V School1549 peopleHong Kong, Ho Man Tin,,School Field16 December 2011The most people planking simultaneously is 1,549 and was achieved by King George V School (UK) in Hong Kong, on 16 December 2011.Anoushka Weiley (13 years old), a student of the school, suggested the planking record in celebration of the school's new chairs and as a fitting farewell to the old chairs that had been in use for 40 years.
9719Longest distance cycling underwater (without oxygen)Fabio Falla67.60 metre(s)Italy, Valdengo29 August 2013The longest distance cycling underwater without oxygen is 67.60 m (221 ft 9.41 in) achieved by Fabio Falla (Italy) at Centro Sportivo Alba Marina, Valdengo, Italy, on 29 August 2013.
9720Largest luopan

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