Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

961Most rotations around a human neck by a dog in 30 secondsSuper Wan Wan CircusJapan, ,,NTV studio in Kojimachi13 November 2011The most rotations around a human neck by a dog in 30 seconds is 11, achieved by Uchida Geinousha's 'Super Wan Wan Circus' (Japan) and Nozomi the dog on the set of 100 Handsome Men and Beautiful Women, at the Kojimachi NTV studio in Tokyo, Japan, on 13 November 2011.
962Longest jump from feet to handstand (male) (parkour)Nils OdinSweden, Uppsala01 March 2013The longest jump from feet to handstand by a male is 2.74 m (8 ft 11.87 in) and was achieved by Nils Odin (Sweden) in Uppsala, Sweden, on 1 March 2013.
963Largest dog grooming lessonGolden RescueparticipantsCanada, alliston21 September 2014The largest dog grooming lesson involved 364 participants, and was achieved by Golden Rescue (Canada), in Alliston, Ontario, Canada, on 21 September 2014.
964Largest parade of snowmobilesWhitecourt TrailblazersCanada, Whitecourt12 February 2015The largest parade of snowmobiles consists of 1,047 vehicles and was achieved by Whitecourt Trailblazers (Canada), in Whitecourt, Alberta, Canada, on 12 February 2015. The parade took place as part of the World Snowmobile Invasion, which was held in Whitecourt between 11 and 15 February 2015.
965Fastest marathon in a three person costumeLaura Jones, Heather Smith, Andy Church4:56:24 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London26 April 2015The fastest marathon in a three person costume is 4 hr 56 min 24 sec and was achieved by Andy Church, Laura Jones and Heather Smith (all UK) at the Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 26 April 2015.The trio dressed as Woody, Buzz and Jessie from Toy Story and ran encased in Andy's toy box. The record was one of 34 records verified by GWR on the day of the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon.
966Greatest combined track length of wooden rollercoasters (single park)Six Flags Great America5,046.88 metre(s)United States, Gurnee14 January 2015The greatest combined track length of wooden roller coasters in a single park is 5,046.88 m (16,558 ft) by Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, USA, as verified on 14 January 2015.The coasters are American Eagle (dual-tracked), Goliath, Little Dipper and Viper.
967Longest distance traveled by a vehicle on a railway track powered by dry cell batteriesKawagoe Technical High School, Panasonic Corporation22.615 kilometre(s)Japan, 03 November 2015The longest distance traveled by a vehicle on a railway track powered by dry cell batteries is 22.615 km (14.05 miles) and was achieved by Panasonic Corporation and Kawagoe Technical High School (both Japan) on Yurikougen Railway Chokaisanroku Line, in Akita, Japan, on 3 November 2015. The train weighs 1,097 kg. There were 600 dry cell batteries powering the vehicle during the attempt. The overall time traveled by the vehicle is 2 hr 36 min. After starting from Maego station, the vehicle traveled 11 km 307.57 m to Yashima station and then from Yashima station returned back to Maego station. During the trip, the vehicle made 3 stops during which passengers could get on and off and when the drivers rotated.
968Most wool sheared from a sheep - single shearing
969Longest career as a TV judge (Court room)Judge Judy Sheindlin18, 11, 2 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Los Angeles18 August 2015The longest career as a TV judge is 18 years, 11 months, 2 days by Judge Judy Scheindlin (USA), who has been the presiding judge on "Judge Judy" since its premiere on 16 September 1996. The 20th season of "Judge Judy" is set to premiere on 14 September 2015.
970Most basketball slam dunks by a team using a trampoline in one minuteTeam Turbo Dunk36 total numberUnited States, New York07 September 2015The most basketball slam dunks by a team using a trampoline in one minute is 36 and was achieved by Team Turbo Dunk (USA) on the set of NBC's Today in New York, New York, USA, on 7 September 2015. Team Turbo Dunk's record was one of six broken during 'Break it TODAY' week on NBC's Today during the 2016 Guinness World Records Book launch.
971Largest synchronised car danceIMPACT BBDO, PEPSICO, SWERVE ENTERTAINEMENT, INSAUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai24 July 2015The largest synchronised car dance consists of 121 cars and was achieved by PEPSICO, IMPACT BBDO, SWERVE ENTERTAINMENT AND INSA (all UAE), in Dubai, UAE, on 24 July 2015.The cars formed an animated peace sign.
972Most goals scored in a game of Rocket League (team of two)Daniel Middleton, Tom CassellUnited Kingdom, London05 September 2015The most goals scored in a game of Rocket League by a team of 2 is 11 and was achieved by Tom Cassell aka “Syndicate” and Daniel Middleton aka “Dan TDM” (both UK), in London, UK, on 5 September 2015. Syndicate and Dan TDM set the record on stage at the Legends of Gaming Live event.
973Largest gospel choirMembers Church of God International8,688 peoplePhilippines, Quezon City12 October 2015The largest gospel choir consists of 8,688 participants and was achieved by the Members Church of God International (Philippines), at the Araneta Coliseum, Manila, Philippines, on 12 October 2015.The attempt was part of a celebration of 35 years of Ang Dating Daan or The Old Path Religious Program. The attempt raised over three million Philippino Peso for people with disabilities.Full story: Listen to the largest gospel choir’s record-breaking performance in the Philippines
974Largest concertina bookOreo60.87 square metre(s)China, Shanghai13 November 2015The largest concertina book is Oreo's face-book consisting of consumer selfies from their Play with Oreo campaign, measuring 60.87 m² (655.2 ft²) and was achieved by Oreo (China) in Shanghai, China on 13 November 2015. The book contains 310 pages and took 20 days to make. The images were collected through an online campaign by Oreo which ran through September 2015.
975Most tornadoes spawned by a hurricaneHurricane Ivan119 a unit not listed belowNot Applicable, 18 September 2004Hurricane Ivan, which formed on 2 September 2004, became a Category 5 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale in the Caribbean Sea. It spawned a series of tornadoes in a three-day outbreak beginning on 15 September. Sources differ on the total number of tornadoes but the National Climate Data Center estimates that 119 tornadoes were spawned during the Hurricane Ivan tornado outbreak. Hurricane Ivan killed 92 people across the USA, Grenada, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Cayman Islands, Tobago and Barbados.
976Most names credited in a single TV broadcastTV GloboBrazil, Rio de Janeiro25 April 2015The most names credited in a single TV broadcast is 11,091, for the special show Globo 50 Anos produced and broadcast by TV Globo (Brazil) on 25 April 2015. In order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of TV Globo, a huge variety show about their history was broadcast on April of 2015. On the closing credits, a special homage was made to the employees, who had the opportunity to see their names credited and distributed in three columns on a credit sequence of 3 minutes and 57 seconds.
977Most cars sold on a single online platform in 24 hoursTmall6,506 unit(s) soldChina, 11 November 2015The most cars sold on a single online platform in 24 hours is 6,506 cars and was achieved by Ali Car (China) during their Single's Day sales on 11 November 2015. This was one of 9 records set during Single's Day on Alibaba's online retail platforms.
978Most penalty kicks scored by a football (soccer) goalkeeperRogério Ceni69 a unit not listed belowBrazil, São Paulo26 August 2015The most penalty kicks scored by a football (soccer) goalkeeper is 69 scored by Rogério Ceni (Brazil), playing for playing for São Paulo Futebol Clube, from 18 April 1999 to 26 August 2015. Rogério Ceni (Brazil) is also the football player scoring the most goals overall as a goalkeeper.
979Most skips of a rope by a 3 level human pyramid in 30 secondsTagou Martial Arts School32 timesChina, 07 January 2016The most skips of a rope by a 3 level human pyramid in 30 seconds is 32 and was achieved by Tagou Martial Arts School (China) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 7 January 2016. In this attempt, Tagou went head to head against Zhonghua Martial Arts School.
980Fastest time to build a house in Minecraft (tablet)Tristen Geren00:03:02 minute(s), second(s)United States, Fredericksburg05 August 2015The fastest time to build a house in Minecraft, on a tablet, is 3 min 2 sec and was achieved by Tristen Geren (USA), in Fredericksburg, USA, on 5 October 2015. This Minecraft challenge is part of the Gamers 2016 Annual mega-Minecraft spread.
981Fastest marathon run by a married couple - aggregate timeYoko Naito, Takashi Naito5/27/08 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Niigata11 October 2015The fastest marathon run by a married couple on aggregate time is 5 hr 27 min 8 sec, and was run by Takashi and Yoko Naito (both Japan) at the 33rd Niigata City Marathon, in Niigata, Niigata, Japan, on 11 October 2015. Takashi completed marathon in 2 hr 29 min 55 sec, which earned him a 4th place overall and in his group. Yoko's time is 2 hr 57 min 13 sec, and this result placed her 1st overall and in her respective group.
982Largest game of balloon tagISS280 participantsUnited Kingdom, London28 January 2015The largest game of balloon tag consisted of 280 participants and was achieved by ISS (UK & Ireland) in London, UK, on 28 January 2016. The game lasted 5 min 3 sec.
983Fastest time to eat a slice of toast breadAnthony Falzon8.47 second(s)Malta, Sliema30 August 2014The fastest time to eat a slice of toastbread is 8.47 seconds and was achieved by Anthony Falzon (Malta), in Sliema, Malta, on 30 August 2014. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: ANTHONY.FALZON2):
984Longest human representation of a mathematical equationCharotar Education Society499 participantsIndia, Anand28 January 2016The longest human representation of a mathematical equation is 499, achieved by Charotar Education Society (India), in Anand, India, on 28 January 2016. The answer to the equation was 100, with 250 digits and 249 maths symbols.
985Loom band bracelet world record for dedicated Northern Ireland youngsterA 7-year-old's enormous loom band creation has set a new world record for the longest rubber band bracelet made by an individual.Ben Mooney, from Bangor in County Down, Northern Ireland became dedicated to creating his incredible wristband woven from coloured rubber bands when the Rainbow Loom children's toy craze became a phenomenon earlier this year. Measuring a total of 753.39 metres (2471 feet 8.96 inches) the fishtail style weave of coloured rubber bands was completed with a month of dedication.Ben would 'loom' whist watching TV, on car journeys holidays and even in the bath!To help create his record-brealking bracelet, he was given a handmade board by his grandfather to speed up the weaving process and also used a pillow during the process. In June 2014, the rubber band bracelet was unwound along a pathway in Crawfordshire Country Park in County Down with the measuring process witnessed by Ben's family, friends, press off duty police officers and the Mayor of North Down, Peter James Martin. The evidence and witness statements were then packaged up and sent to GWR HQ in London. "This challenge has proved a really worthwhile venture," said mum Pauline. "Ben has been able to work towards a goal, having to concentrate on this project towards a conclusion whilst developing a competitive spirit. I have been delighted that he has been distracted from today's technology to enjoy a 'proper' child's toy where his imagination can be used to create something unusual." This is Mr Ben Mooney, a new World Record Holder (from North Down) with the longest loom band in the world.— Cllr Peter Martin (@petermartindup) August 27, 2014
986WYMLW: Boiled Eggs, Fingal’s Finger & A Well Balanced Relationship…Welcome back! We missed you. And on the off chance that you missed some videos, here’s a few of my favorites from last week…We’re back in Bing’s Slo-Mo Test Lab again, and this time he’s taking a look at a record-breaking toy from days of old – the Diablo.What does a Diablo look like in slo-mo?ANSWER: AWESOME.videoNext question: What the heck is a Fingal’s Finger?I’ll tell you…The Fingal's Finger is a competitive Strongwoman event. A "Fingal's finger" is a hinged pole weighing 100 kg, which is lifted starting from a horizontal resting position and flipped over to the other side.Now you know. And here’s a lady who’s VERY good at it…videoOli’s back again, and this time he’s visiting acrobatic couple Donovan and Rebecca who hold the Guinness World Records title for the longest acrobatic neck hang.The great thing about this episode is that Oli has a some pretty hardcore moves and, well… Doesn’t embarrass himself too much…videoFinally, here’s a video guaranteed to make you bring up your lunch. LiterallyStevie Starr is a professional regurgitation artist, in that he is able to swallow an object whole and bring it back up intact. You name it, from live goldfish to pool balls Stevie has, well, done what Stevie does.Sound crazy? See for yourself…videoYeah, I think I’ll leave that omelette thanks…Until next time!
987World Cup Rewind: A record-breaking look back at past tournamentsThe 2014 World Cup in Brazil is almost upon us.To get you in the mood for this summer’s tournament, over the past seven days we’ve be taking a look back at the stories behind some of the most significant World Records set on the beautiful game’s biggest stage.You can check them all out below and remember to stay tuned for regular round-ups of record-breaking events at Brazil 2014 throughout the tournament here on profile of one of the home nation’s most celebrated footballing heroes, Ronaldo, and his Guinness World Records title for Most FIFA World Cup finals goals by a football player. Read moreFrance's Just Fontaine and his magical 1958 tournament which saw him set the most goals in a single tournament world record. Read moreUSA 1994 sees America go crazy for soccer and set a new record for largest attendance at a FIFA World Cup. Read moreTurkey’s Hakan Şükür is on target to score the tournament’s fastest ever goal at the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea. Read moreUruguay's José Batista clocks up the fastest sending off from a FIFA World Cup match. Read moreAndres Iniesta plays the hero with latest match-winning goal in a FIFA World Cup final at South Africa 2010. Read moreFinally, our week in Rewind concludes with a a look at the 1950 "Maracanazo" - a match which saw the largest ever attendance at a game and a day of triumph that Brazil still can't forget. Read more.And for the latest on all things world record, visit Guinness World Records on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and our brand-new Instagram. Plus check out Guinness World Records on YouTube to subscribe for the latest record-breaking videos!
988Scottish history made: Caber tossing world record set in InvernessWith the country preparing to make a big decision about its future today, one significant piece of Scottish history has already been made this week.On Sunday, over 160 throwers from 14 countries took part in a successful attempt at Bught Park, Inverness for the most people tossing cabers simultaneously world record.A total of 66 cabers were successfully thrown during the attempt which was organised by the Highland Council during the Masters World Championships.videoThe championships are one of a number of Highland Games events held throughout the year in Scotland as a way of celebrating the nation’s Celtic culture and heritage.Staged as part of the Homecoming Scotland 2014 celebrations, MWC2014 was one of the major highlights of a 2 Month Highland Homecoming Festival.The caber toss is a traditional feature of the events, which sees competitors toss a large tapered pole called a "caber".The caber is usually made from a Larch tree and is typically 19 feet 6 inches (5.94 m) tall and weighs 175 pounds (79 kg). The term 'caber' derives from the Gaelic word "cabar" or "kaber" which refers to a wooden beam.The primary objective is to toss the caber so that it turns end over end, falling directly away from the thrower in the "12 o'clock" position.videoThe cabers for the attempt were prepared by hand by David Garman at the Revack Estate in the Scottish Highland over a six-month periodwith the muscle power needed to drag the cabers through the forest provide by 3-year-old Clydesdale Horse Danny.videoSpeaking after the successful attempt, Provost of Inverness, Alex Graham said: "It was a great spectacle of heavy event competitors from all over the world competing in glorious sunshine."Bught Park has been the scene of many sporting achievements over the years, but nothing like this before, it was a unique spectacle”.
989Fastest milk float world record helps Weetabix hit the headlinesCereal giant Weetabix highlighted the convenience of its new On the Go Breakfast Drinks in unique style last month with a successful attempt at the Guinness World Records title for the fastest milk float.The record-breaking milk float reached a speed of 85mph (136km/h) during an attempt at Bruntingthorpe Race Circuit in Leicestershire, ably assisted by the driving skills of the World Rally GB Class driver Rob Gill, perfectly illustrating Weetabix’s slogan ‘Fuel for Big Days’.The float that began as a traditional electric-powered vehicle with a top speed of 4mph was transformed into what a spokesman for Weetabix calls a ‘21 st Century speed machine’.A lot has changed since people started their day with a visit from the milk-man and therefore the float was created to reflect the morning routines of fast-paced modern life and our need for an On the Go breakfast.Fully road legal, the milk float is capable of reaching a potential speed of 100mph thanks to a V8 engine, while BMW wheels, a Formula 1-sounding exhaust, a chrome spoiler, bull-bars and even a flamethrower complete the sensational transformation.Commenting on the attempt, Group Brand Manager at Weetabix, Ciara O’Connor said: ‘“What better way to deliver our new Weetabix On the Go Breakfast Drinks and acknowledge the nations changing breakfast habits, than on the back of a Guinness World Record breaking milk float?”The fastest milk float in the world unsurprisingly caught the attention of the online media with coverage in Daily Star, Metro, The Sun and The Daily
990Business Show visitors break records with HP at London ExCel centrePC manufacturer HP's Officejet Pro X 576dw printer recently scored a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORD title for fastest time to print 500 sheets by a colour desktop printer.videoThe 576dw was confirmed as operating at a record-breaking speed after printing 500 sheets in a benchmark-setting time of 7 minutes and 19.25 seconds during a test in Vancouver, Washington.To celebrate the achievement, earlier this month HP offered members of the public the chance to set a record of their own during the Business Show expo at the ExCel exhibition centre in London.As well as being able to check out HP's latest printing products, visitors to the booth were given a chance to attempt potentially record-setting challenges with an official Guinness World Records adjudicator on hand throughout the day.The record challenges that took place on HP's stand during the two-day event were themed around some of the key features of the company's printer products, such as speed, and energy efficiency.Over the course of the event, two world records were broken.In an impressive display of pedal power, Antoine Allen from North London set a new world record for most electrical energy generated by pedalling a bicycle in one minute, after creating a remarkable 16200 joules.Elsewhere, after a number of close attempts, Bob Sampson from Amersham in Buckinghamshire showed incredibly nimble fingers to set a new record for fastest time to arrange the alphabet on a composing stick, after correctly lining up the pieces of metal type in order in a time of 1 minute and 36.88 seconds.

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