Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9811Most balloons blown up in an hour (multiple location)ICASwedenThe most balloons blown up in one hour was 531,061 by 32,558 participants who gathered at 1,099 locations around Sweden to celebrate the 90th anniversary of ICA on 5 May 2007.
9812Most toilet seats broken by the head in one minuteKevin ShelleyGermany, Cologne01 September 2007The record for most wooden toilet seats broken with the head in a minute is 46 achieved by Kevin Shelley (USA) on the set of Guinness World Records - Die größten Weltrekorde in Cologne, Germany, on 1 September 2007.
9813Most 'around the world' ball control tricks in one minute (male)John FarnworthUnited Kingdom, London03 October 2008The most 'Around The World' tricks in one minute is 85 and wasachieved by John Farnworth (UK) on the set of Guinness WorldRecords - Smashed, in London, UK, on 3 October2008. Below is a video of John setting the mark at 83 in November2007.John has also been the subject of one of our monthly recordholder profile videos, which you can watch below.
9814Most people performing full body burnsTed Batchelor, Hotcards.com21 participantsUnited States, Cleveland,,Parking lot of Shooters nightclub19 October 2013The most people performing simultaneous full body burns is 21 and was achieved during an event organized by Ted Batchelor and (Both USA) at the Hotcards Burn, Cleveland, Ohio, USA on 19 October 2013. The event participants included a politician, radio personalities and local business owners who all helped to raise sponsorship money for the Cleveland Foodbank and Brick by Brick, an Ohio-based charity that aids women and children in South Africa.
9815Longest marathon, bumper carGiuliano CasadeiUnited Kingdom, Drayton,Drayton Manor theme park01 August 2013The longest bumper car marathon is 26 hr 51 min 8 sec and was achieved by Giuliano Casadei (UK) at an event organized by Free Radio at Drayton Manor theme park in Drayton, Staffordshire, UK, on 14-15 August 2013.
9816Greatest biodiversityThe Tropical Andes1258000 square kilometre(s)Venezuela, 23 December 2002The area on Earth considered to have the greatest biodiversity is the Tropical Andes region covering 1,258,000 km² (485,716 miles²) and running through Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and a small area of northern Argentina. So far, 45,000 species of vascular plants have been described (15-17% of world's species) as well as 1,666 bird species, 414 mammal species and 1,309 reptile and amphibian species.The Tropical Andes is called an environmental hotspot which is a concept used to determine priorities among terrestrial ecosystems. British ecologist Norman Myers first defined the biodiversity hotspot concept in 1988. Two factors are considered for hotspot designation. Hotspots are regions that harbour a great diversity of endemic species and, at the same time, have been significantly impacted and altered by human activities. Plant diversity is the biological basis for hotspot designation given the fact that most other forms of life depend upon them. To qualify as a hotspot, a region must support 1,500 endemic plant species, 0.5 percent of the global total. Existing primary vegetation is the basis for assessing human impact in a region to qualify as a hotspot, a region must have lost more than 70 percent of its original habitat. Marine systems are not included in the 'hotspot' concept.
9817Largest continental breakfast (attendance) - multiple venuesCentre for health Education and Promotion, Centre for Health Education and PromotionChina, Tai Wai, Shatin28 June 2002The record for the largest simultaneous breakfast was set by 91,591 participants from the Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and The Chinese University of Hong Kong at 144 different venues around Hong Kong on 28 June 2002.A total of 5,495 kg (12,114.3 lb) multi-grain bread, 162,000 kg (357,148 lb) bananas, 11,000 litres (2,419.65 gal) orange juice and 22,897 litres (5,036.63 gal) of high-calcium soya milk was consumed.
9818Largest chocolate fireworkNestléSwitzerland, Zürich31 December 2002The largest chocolate firework was made by Nestlé, measuring 3 m (9.8 ft) high and 1.5 m (4.9 ft) in diameter and containing 60 kg (132 lb) of Swiss Cailler chocolates. The firework was released at the Hechtplatz, Zürich, Switzerland on 31 December 2002.The chocolate firework was lit and it exploded, releasing the 60 kg (132 lb) of chocolates.
9819Longest marathon playing MahjongOleg Petrov, Anton Khantimirov, Mark Efremov , Nickolay Demyanov33/3/48.58 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Russia, Krasnoyarsk16 December 2012The longest marathon playing Mahjong is 33 hr 3 min 48.58 sec and was achieved by Oleg Petrov, Anton Khantimirov, Mark Efremov and Nickolay Demyanov (all Russia) in the exhibition center "Sibir" in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, on 14-16 December 2012.
9820Largest snowballASME Michigan Technological University10.04 metre(s)United States, Houghton29 March 2013The largest snowball measures 10.04 m (32.94 ft) in circumference and was rolled by students from ASME Michigan Technological University (USA), in Houghton, Michigan, USA, on 29 March 2013.The diameter of the snowball measures 3.20 m (10.45 ft) and its height reaches 3.28 m (9.28 ft).
9821Largest board game tournamentCebu City Sports Commission43157 participantsPhilippines, Cebu,,Cebu City Sports Center22 January 2012The largest board game tournament consisted of 43,157 participants playing chess and was achieved by the Cebu City Sports Commission (Philippines) in Cebu, Philippines, on 22 January 2012.The record attempt started on 13 July 2012 when 750 school teachers were trained in playing chess who then went on to teach school children. From October to December 2011 classroom tournaments were held, followed by school tournaments. The top 32 players from each of the 100 schools went on to the grand finals at the Cebu Chess Festival, where the 3,200 finalists competed from 21 to 22 January 2012 at the Cebu City Sports Center. The overall winner of the tournament was Allan Pason.
9822Largest orange by circumferencePatrick Fiedler63.5 centimetre(s)United States, Fresno22 January 2006The largest orange by circumference measured 63.5 cm (25 in) around its widest point on 22 January 2006. The orange grew in the garden of Patrick and Joanne Fiedler in Fresno, California, USA.
9823Longest rotating grill / rotisserieHaJaTec®60.55 metre(s)Germany, Büchenberg19 August 2012The longest rotating grill measures 60.55 m (198 ft 7 in) and was made by HaJaTec® (Germany) in Büchenberg, Germany, on 19 August 2012.
9824Most people walking (multiple venue)Green Communities Canada231635 peopleCanada, Edmonton, AB03 October 2007The largest simultaneous walk was organised by the Green Communities Canada and involved 231,635 participants who walked for a minimum of 1 km (0.62 miles) at 1,011 different locations around Canada on 3 October 2007.
9825Oldest cultivated decorative plantRoseItalyThe oldest species of plant cultivated and used for decoration is the rose (genus Rosa, family Rosaceae). Documents dated to AD 50 suggest that ancient Romans grew the flowers in vast plantations and local hothouses to ensure a year-round supply of medicinal extracts, cooking ingredients and ornamentation. These rose blooms were used to decorate buildings, furniture and people whilst petals were laid to create rose carpets and walkways.There is evidence dating back 5,000 years when the Chinese and Japanese created rose gardens, although it is not known if these were for ornamental reasons. Similarly Theophrastus (382-287 BC) wrote about the cultivation of roses in ancient Greece, but not their purpose.
9826Fastest crossing of America (USA) on foot (female)Mavis Hutchinson69/2/40 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United States, The women's trans-America record is 69 days 2 hr 40 min by Mavis Hutchinson (South Africa) (b. 25 Nov 1924) from 12 March to 21 May 1978.
9827Most bullwhip cracks in one minuteAdam Winrich257 timesUnited States, Fall Creek20 June 2009The most bullwhip cracks in one minute is 257 set by Adam Winrich (USA) at The Stone's Throw Bar in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, on 20 June 2009The event had media coverage and article in a magazine, as well as an appearance on ABC-7 Chicago on July 8th 2009.
9828Inline skates, longest ramp jump into waterGaetan DHerveFrance, Benodet31 July 2003The record for the longest ramp jump on inline skates into water is 6.80 m (22.3 ft). It was set by Gaetan D'Herve (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Benodet, France on 31 July 2003.Record was initially set in week one at Le Touquet. Certficiate for week one was also sent.
9829Largest risottoClaudine Menegazzo7.51 tonne(s) (metric ton)Australia, Sydney26 November 2004The world´s largest serving of risotto weighing 7.51 tonnes (16.556.69 lb) was made by the Ricegrowers' Association of Australia and displayed at First Fleet Park, Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia on 26 November 2004.Chris Sheedy adjudicated.
9830First unbeaten football Premier League seasonArsenal FC38 timesUnited Kingdom, In the Premier League season of 2003/04, Arsenal FC were unbeaten in all 38 games, winning 26, drawing 12, losing none. In the process they scored 73 goals and conceded 26, failing to score on only four occasions. The North London team won the title with 90 points, finishing with a 2-1 victory over Leicester City at home on 15 May 2004.The only other side to finish an English top division season unbeaten were Preston North End's "Invincibles" in 1888-89, who won 18 of their 22 games, scorng 74 goals, conceding 15. They also won the FA Cup without conceding a goal.
9831Largest piece of tofuUnknownChina, Jiangmenguan,Sichuan28 September 2003The largest piece of bean curd weighed 3,120 kg (6,878 lb) and was made by Jiange County Government at Jiangmenguan, Sichuan, China on 28 September 2003.The giant bean curd measured 2.2 m (7 ft 2 in) long, 1.2 m (4 ft) wide and 0.9 m (3 ft) high, and was fed to approximately 20,000 people.
9832Largest Vacuum CleanerDiscovery Channel BIG!United StatesThe largest vacuum cleaner in the world, unveiled on 30 October 2004 in Anaheim, California, USA, was built on Discovery Channel's BIG! television show and is 19 ft 5.75 in (5.93 m) tall, 6 ft 4.25 in (1.92 m) wide and 6 ft 11.5 (2.11 m) deep.The vacuum cleaner was a replica of a Dyson. The tyre/wheel diameter was 1 ft 11 1/2 in, The collection chamber was 2 ft 9 in wide and 4 ft 11 in long. The capacity of the chamber in the original Dyson is 4 litres, the capacity of the BIG! Dyson was 826 litres (approximately 220 gallons).
9833Largest high-speed rail networkChinaChina01 January 2011China has the longest high-speed rail network (routes with an average speed of 200 km/h -124.27 mph- or higher) with 7,531 km (4,679.54 miles) of track in service as of January 2011, according to the Chinese Ministry of Railways. A further 17,000 km (10,563.29 miles) of track is currently under construction, which by 2015 will extend China’s high-speed network beyond 25,000 km (15,534.25 miles).
9834Longest marathon, archeryMichael Henri Dames27 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)South Africa, Grahamstown08 August 2005The longest continuous archery marathon is 27 hours by Michael Henri Dames (South Africa) at the Alec Mullins Hall, Grahamstown, South Africa from 8-9 August 2005.Holder only 15 at time - parental consent givenFITA rules followed, FITA members present
9835Longest line of banknotesRebecca Winterrowd3434.40 metre(s)United States, Vienna, IL22 September 2007The longest line of banknotes measured 3,434.40 m (11,267.7 ft) long. The banknote line was made by members of the United Pentecostal Church of Vienna in Vienna, Illinois, USA, and measured on 22 September 2007.The line was worth $ 22,010.00
9836Most finely handwoven carpetChiyoda Rugs CompanyJapan, Tokyo01 November 2004The most finely handwoven carpet has 14,440,000 knots per m² and was made by Zhenping Carpet Industry (Group) Corp, China to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Chiyoda Rugs Company (Japan). The carpet was completed on 1 November 2004 after being in production for over 3 years.The carpet is now owned by Mrs Mitsue Takitai, Japan.
9837Most simultaneous Scrabble gamesNorthland Secondary SchoolSingapore14 March 2006The most games of scrabble played simultaneously was 521 by 1,042 participants from 65 secondary schools and organisations, at an event arranged by Northland Secondary School, Mattel SouthEast Asia Pte Ltd and Schools Scrabble Club in Singapore on 14 March 2006.The event took place at Northland Secondary School, Singapore.
9838Largest kidney stoneHemendra Shah13 centimetre(s)India, Mumbai18 February 2004Vilas Ghuge (India) had a kidney stone removed from his left kidney on 18 February 2004 by Dr. Hemendra Shah (India) at R. G. Stone Urological Research Institute, Mumbai, India, which measured at its widest point 13 cm (5.11 in).
9839Most eskimo rolls by hand in one minuteMario Perez, Andrea ColomboSpain, Madrid21 January 2009The most eskimo rolls performed in one minute with the hands is 33 by Mario Perez (Spain) on the set of 'Guinness World Records', in Madrid, Spain, on 21 January 2009.The record was equalled by Andrea Colombo (Italy) who did 33 eskimo rolls with his hands on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 18 April 2009.This was a challenge against Miguel Jimenez (Spain) who managed 20.
9840First person to sail around the world (solo and non-stop)Robin Knox-JohnstonfirstUnited Kingdom, Falmouth22 April 1969Robin Knox-Johnston (UK) was the first person to circumnavigate the world under sail solo and without stopping. He departed from Falmouth, Cornwall, UK, on 14 June 1968 as a participant in the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, and by the time he returned to Falmouth on 22 April 1969 he was the only remaining competitor. His yacht was called Suhaili. Knox-Johnston was knighted in 1995 after winning the Jules Verne trophy for the fastest circumnavigation under sail the previous year.

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