Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9841First row across the Atlantic west to east from Canada by a team of fourRobert Munslow, Nigel Morris, Steve Dawson, George RockfirstNot Applicable, 10 July 2005The first Ocean Four to row the Atlantic West to East from Canada was the crew of Naturally Best, George Rock, Robert Munslow, Nigel Morris, Steve Dawson (all UK) between 31 May - 10 July 2005, who achieved this in the fastest time recorded for that route: 39 days 22 hr 10 min 30 sec.
9842Most sheets of glass pierced with needles in one minuteJiang ZhanChina, Beijing15 December 2006The most sheets of glass pierced with needles in one minute is 21 and was achieved Jiang Zhan (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 15 December 2006.
9843Largest touch/mini/tag rugby tournamentHong Kong Mini Rugby Football Union2610 peopleHong Kong, Hong Kong30 October 2010The largest mini rugby tournament was 2,610 participants, and was organised by the Hong Kong Mini Rugby Football Union at the Hong Kong Football Club/Happy Valley in Hong Kong, China, on 30 October 2010.Stuart Claxton adjudicated.
9844Fastest time to escape from three handcuffs underwaterZdenek Bradac38.69 second(s)Czech Republic, Jablonec nad Nisou09 September 2009The fastest time to escape from three handcuffs underwater is 38.69 seconds and was achieved by Zdenek Bradac (Czech Republic) in Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic, on 9 September 2009.Mr. Bradac also holds the record for the fastest handcuff escape (1.66 sec).
9845Oldest deforestation disaster caused by humansEaster IslandPacific Ocean, Easter Island01 January 1722When Polynesians first settled Easter Island in the Pacific, around AD700, the 11x22 km (7x14 miles) island was a paradise covered in trees. The islanders obsession for building huge stone figures required the use of trees for their transportation. By the time Dutch sailors discovered the island in 1722, no single tree was left standing on the island. This deforestation, along with the introduction of diseases and slavery, is ultimately believed to have caused the end of the original Easter Island civilisation.
9846Most football rolls across the foreheadDaniel CuttingUnited Kingdom, Milton Keynes26 February 2011The most consecutive football rolls across the forehead was 1,810 by Daniel Cutting (UK) at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, UK, on 26 February 2011. Cutting is a professional football freestyler and rolled the ball across his forehead non-stop for more than 30 minutes!
9847Largest galaxy nearbyLocal GroupNot Applicable01 January 2007The largest galaxy in our galaxy cluster, the Local Group, is the Andromeda spiral galaxy M31. Results announced in January 2007 suggest Andromeda is five times larger than previously thought, with the discovery of stars orbiting its centre at a distance of at least 500,000 light years.Andromeda, some 2.5 million light years from Earth, is the most distant object visible to the naked eye.
9848Most grapes caught in the mouth in three minutesJoris GoensBelgium, Vilvoorde06 December 2013The most grapes caught in the mouth in three minutes is 223, achieved by Joris Goens (Belgium), in Vilvoorde, Belgium, on 6 December 2013.
9849Most people performing sign language (multiple venues)SignHealth (UK)116980 participantsUnited Kingdom, Multiple Venues06 February 2013The most people performing sign language simultaneously to the same song in different locations is 116,980, in an event organized by the charity SignHealth (UK) in schools across the UK on 6 February 2013.
9850Largest horseshoe sculptureDonnie Faulk1071 itemsUnited States, Pulaski01 September 2006The largest horseshoe sculpture contained 1,071 horsehoes and was created by Donnie Faulk (USA) in Pulaski, Tennessee, United States, with the final measurement being made on 4 September 2006.The sculpture was a lifesize horse.
9851Most expensive house valuationThe Beverly Hills Compound165000000 US dollar(s)United States, Beverly Hills01 July 2007The largest amount of money for which a house has been advertised is $165 million (£81.7 million) when the former home of William Randolph Hearst (USA) was listed on the property market by Westside Estate Agency in July 2007. The 6,967-m² (75,000-ft²), H-shaped Mediterranean villa is set in 2.6 ha (6.5 acres) of land in Beverly Hills, California, USA and boasts 29 bedrooms, 40 bathrooms, three swimming pools and even its own nightclub. It also featured in the film, The Godfather (USA, 1972).The house was built in 1926, bought by Mr Hearst in 1947 for $120,000 and then sold to Leonard Ross, a US lawyer/investor in 1976, who put it on sale at this record price.
9852Heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 ft – femaleLia Grimanis8083.02 kilogram(s)Canada, Toronto,,Toronto Convention Centre12 December 2013The heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 ft by a female weighs 8,083.02 kg (17,820 lb) and was pulled by Lia Grimanis (Canada) at the Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 12 December 2013.The attempt was broadcast live on Canadian TV and Lia made the attempt on her birthday in order to show how strong women can be. Her sponsors also promised to provide thousands of pounds worth of food to the YWCA after her successful attempt. The vehicle Lia pulled was a 2014 International 8600 tandem axle cab.
9853Longest time to restrain two vehicles on inclinesTomi LottaFrance, Paris10 October 2006The record for the longest time to restrain two cars is 17.36 seconds and was achieved by Tomi Lotta (Finland) on the set of “La Nuit Des Records”, Paris, France, on 10 October 2006.2 Cars (Fiat Punto) 860 kg each - 1 driver 80 kg and the other driver 60 kg – length of stand 373 cm – height of stand 82 cm – hypotenuse 397 cm. Rob Molloy adjudicated the record attempt.
9854Fastest run 100 metres barefoot on iceNico Surings17.35 second(s)Netherlands, Eindhoven08 December 2006The fastest time to run 100 m (328 ft) barefoot on ice is 17.35 sec set by Nico Surings (Netherlands) at the Ijssportcentrum in Eindhoven, Netherlands, on 8 December 2006.
9855Largest spoon made from silverMichael Feldman131.45 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, London01 January 2002The largest silver spoon measures 131.45 cm (51.75 in) long and was commissioned by Michael D Feldman of Argenteus Ltd, London, UK. The spoon known as 'The Great Basting Spoon Of 2002' was made for the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002.
9856Largest collection of Charlie's Angels memorabiliaJack CondonUnited States, Sherman Oaks, California13 September 2011The largest collection of Charlie's Angels memorabilia belongsto Jack Condon (USA), with 5,569 items, which he has beencollecting since 1976.Jack's interest with the series began after he first saw thepilot for the series on 21 Mar 1976.The first episode of the series aired 22 Sep 1976. One weekafter that, Jack obtained the first piece of his collection - threeoriginal "Angels," Kate, Farrah and Jaclyn Smith, graced the coverof the "T.V.Guide."
9857Fastest circumnavigation by scheduled flights with one airlineBrother Michael BartlettUnited Kingdom24 November 2006The fastest circumnavigation of the globe on scheduled flights with a single airline was 59 hours and 58 minutes, set by Brother Michael Bartlett who travelled with Air New Zealand between 21 - 24 November 2006.Journey was:London - Hong KongHong Kong - AucklandAuckland - ChristchurchChristchurch - AucklandAuckland - Los AngelesLos Angeles - London
9858Longest gingerbreadStefan Koch, Konrad FriedmannGermany, Ludwigsburg,,Ludwigsburg Palace18 December 2009The longest gingerbread was 1,052.3 m (3,451 ft 5 in) long and was achieved by Stefan Koch and Konrad Friedmann (both Germany) in Ludwigsburg, Germany, on 18 December 2009.The gingerbread was 50 cm wide and was made from single plates of gingerbread (50 cm x 72 cm), which were glued together with a mixture of icing sugar, water and lemon juice in order to form one piece. In total it consisted of 1,700 kg flour, 1,700 kg honey, 1,000 kg walnuts, 900 kg hazelnuts, 550 litres of milk and 160 litres of cherry brandy (Kirschwasser). The record attempt was part of the charity event ‘Herzenssache’ in order to support projects for children and was given away in small pieces to the audience against a donation after the measurement had been done. It was displayed at the historic baroque garden in front of the palace in Ludwigsburg where the charity event took place. With ‘selling’ the gingerbread an amount of 89,371.83 Euros was donated.
9859Most powerful camera to leave Earth's orbitHiRiSENot Applicable12 August 2005The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRiSE) is a camera on board NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). It is capable of taking digital images of the Martian surface measuring 40,000 x 20,000 pixels. From its orbit, which ranges between 255 and 320 km (158 and 198 miles) above Mars, it can take images of the Martian surface showing details as small as 1 m (3 ft) across. MRO was launched on 12 August 2005 and arrived in Martian orbit on 10 March 2006.
9860Largest origami leiJunior Chamber International HiroshimaJapan, Hiroshima25 August 2013The largest origami lei measured 7,000 m (22,965 ft 9.95 in) in length and was created by Junior Chamber International Hiroshima (Japan) at Hiroshima Special Support School in Hiroshima, Japan, on 25 August 2013.
9861Longest sea damThe Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, The Korea Rural Community CorporationKorea (South), Gunsan City27 April 2010The Saemangeum Seawall is located on the south west coast of South Korea. Measuring 33.9 km (21.06 miles) in length, it links two headlands just south of the port city of Gunsan, reclaiming an area of 400 sq km (155 sq miles). The longest dike was built by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and the Korea Rural Community Corporation and was officially completed on 27 April 2010.
9862Longest fishing rodSchweizerischer FischereiverbandSwitzerland, Liestal (BL)19 June 2011The longest fishing rod measures 22 m 45 cm (73 ft 7 in) and was created by Schweizerischer Fischereiverband (Switzerland) and was presented and measured in Liestal, Switzerland, on 19 June 2011. The fishing rod was made from the same materials than a regular fishing rod would be made from. The blanks of the different sections are made out of different layers of carbon fibres, the handle was made out of a combination of carbon fibres and bamboo, silk was used for the wrapping, rings and varnish were standard components used in today’s rod building.
9863Most football teams sponsored by one institution simultaneouslySTC (Saudi Telecom Company)Saudi Arabia01 September 2006The most football teams to be sponsored by one institution simultaneously is 12. The record was achieved by Saudi Telecom which sponsored the jerseys of all the teams of the First Division in Saudi Arabia, on September 2006
9864Largest toilet rollCharmin (Procter & Gamble)United States, Cincinnati, OH26 August 2011The largest roll of toilet paper was 2.97 m (9 ft 8.9 in) in diameter and was created by Charmin (Procter & Gamble) in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA on 26 August 2011.The largest toilet paper roll was unveiled on National Toilet Paper Day at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati. Additional measurements, 2.59 m (high 8 ft 5.9 in) high and the cardboard core measured 0.43 m (17 in) in diameter. The roll is being sent to a Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum.
9865Largest high visibility jacketFebelsafe and SecuraBelgium, Brussels07 February 2013The largest high visibility jacket measures 13.88 m (45 ft 6 in) high and 10.68 m (35 ft) wide and was manufactured by Febelsafe and Secura, in Brussels, Belgium. It was measured on 7 February 2013.This high visibility jacket was also CE-certified, meaning it meets the essential requirements of the European Economic Area.
9866Fastest time to model five balloon sculptures blindfoldedJeremy Reading1/3.6 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Sydney14 January 2010The fastest time to model five balloon sculptures blindfolded is 1 min 3.6 sec and was achieved by Jeremy Reading (Australia) on the set of "Australia Smashes Guinness World Records" at the Warringah Mall in Sydney, Australia, on 14 January 2010. The record was part of the TV series "Australia Smashes Guinness World Records"
9867Most consecutive one-game wins of Wii Sports Tennis by an individual against multiple playersStaš KostrzewskiFrance, Virgin Megastore,Paris07 November 2007Most consecutive one-game wins of Wii Sports Tennis by an individual against multiple players is 21 set by StaÅ¡ Kostrzewski (France) at Virgin Megastore, Paris, France on 7 November 2007 as part of Guinness World Records Day 2007.Frank Chambers and Kaoru Ishikawa adjudicated.
9868Longest strudelHUBO703.74 metre(s)Belgium, Brussels29 November 2009The longest strudel measured 703.74 m (2038 ft 10 in) in an event organised by HUBO in Brussels, Belgium, on 29 November 2009.The event was organised to celebrate the launch of the 100th HUBO chain store.The ingredients are attached to claim.
9869Heaviest cherryGerardo Maggipinto21.69 gram(s)Italy, Sammichele di Bari21 June 2003The world's heaviest cherry was grown by Gerardo Maggipinto (Italy) and weighed 21.69 g (0.76 oz) on 21 June 2003. The cherry was presented at La Grande Ciliegia, in Sammichele di Bari, Italy in an event organised by Lorenzo Netti (Italy).
9870Largest candyNidarNorway, Trondheim12 August 1997The largest butterscotch candy was made by Nidar, Trondheim, Norway and weighed 1.6 tonnes (3,527 lb). The Smorbukk variety of candy was displayed at the Nidar factory on 12 August 1997.The giant candy measured 1.54 m (5.02 ft) x 1.54 m (5.02 ft) x 45 cm (17.7 in) and was a scaled up version of the original product which is commercially available in Norway.

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