Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9901Most stock whip cracks in one minuteAdam Winrich272 timesUnited States, Wisconsin18 October 2006The most stock whip cracks in one minute is 272 set by Adam Winrich (USA) at the Stone’s Throw bar, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, on 18 October 2006.
9902Continent most affected by desertificationAfrica66 percentageNot Applicable, Africa01 January 2005Desertification: the transformation of arable land to desert, has a number of natural causes, including climate variation and soil erosion. Human activities including over-intensive farming, deforestation and even the migration of refugees in wartime can also give rise to conditions that make desertification possible. The situation is at its worst in Africa, where two thirds of the continent has been reduced to desert or dryland.
9903Most Oscar award winning songs sung by the same personBing Crosby4 timesUnited States, Los Angeles01 January 1951During his career, Bing Crosby (USA, 1903– 1977) sung four Oscar winning songs from the films he had starred in between 1937 and 1951. The first was 'Sweet Leilani' from Waikiki Wedding (USA 1936), which won in 1937, followed by 'White Christmas' from Holiday Inn (USA 1941) in 1942, 'Swinging on a Star' from Going My Way (USA 1943) in 1944 and 'In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening' from Here Comes the Groom (USA 1950) in 1951.In second place is Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra and Jennifer Warnes (all USA), having sung three winning songs.
9904Most consecutive skateboard olliesEric Carlin242 timesUnited States, Mount Laurel16 July 2011The most consecutive skateboard ollies was 242 by Eric Carlin (USA) in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, USA, on 16 July 2011.An ollie is a skateboard trick in which the rider lifts the entire board off the ground and then lands it again without the use of the hands. Carlin had three failed attempts (of 55, 122 and 20 consecutive ollies) before breaking the record on his fourth of the day.
9905Largest digital graphicScott Lefeber929 square metre(s)United States, Everett, Washington15 February 2006The largest digital graphic, produced by 3M and designed by SuperGraphics, measures over 929 m² (10,000 ft²) and has been featured on the six bay doors on the assembly building of The Boeing Company in Everett, Washington, USA since the 15 February 2006.CD from The Boeing Company provided.The Boeing Company has applied a pressure-sensitive, adhesive-backed, digital graphic to its factory building in Everett, Washington. The mural gives the building an exciting look, one that attracts the eye of anyone. It's a way to celebrate the people that are inside the factory and their passion for airplanes. The building, encompassing more than 98 acres and is recognized by Guinness World Records as the largest building in the world by volume. The mural has been applied to all six factory doors on the south side of the building, which range in size from 82 feet high by 300 feet wide to 82 feet high by 350 feet wide, each about the size of a National Football League (NFL) field. The doors have been measured by Boeing and by SuperGraphics, the company printing and applying all of the decals. The pressure-sensitive graphic film and other products were provided by 3M. The St. Paul, MN-based company pioneered the use of graphic films to wrap vehicles and buildings with promotional messages. The film was digitally printed and installed by SuperGraphics, based in Seattle, Washington. Since 1993, SuperGraphics has used state-of-the-art design systems and electrostatic grand format ink jet and screen-printing technologies to create larger-than-life promotions that are impossible to miss. Each mural is distinct, but they carry through a common theme with lines rising and falling across all six.
9906Closest approach to Earth by a space rockAsteroid 2004 FU162Not Applicable31 March 2004The closest an asteroid has ever been observed to pass by the Earth is around 6,500 km (4,000 miles), by the asteroid 2004 FU162 on 31 March 2004. The asteroid, which measures only around 6 m (19 ft) across is too small to be classified as an asteroid (which must be at least 50m across) and would most likely have burned up in Earth's atmosphere had it collided with the planet.
9907First non-stop flight across the AtlanticJohn William Alcock, Arthur Whitten BrownfirstUnited Kingdom, St John's,Newfoundland14 June 1919The first ever non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean was made by John William Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown (both UK). They took off in a Vickers Vimy biplane from St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, on 14 June 1919, and landed near Clifden, Ireland, some 16 hr 12 min later. Both were knighted for their achievement. NB: not to be confused with Charles Lindbergh's flight in 1927, which was the first ever solo flight across the Atlantic.
9908First spider web in spaceArabella and AnitafirstNot ApplicableArabella and Anita, two female cross spiders (Araneus diadematus), were sent into space in 1973 on the Skylab 3 mission to the US Skylab space station. The experiment, to see how spiders would spin webs in weightlessness, was suggested by Judy Miles, a US student. While the spiders did indeed construct normal looking webs, the silk was finer than on Earth, and with differences in thickness, unlike terrestrial spider silk, which has uniform thickness.
9909First use of bee venom therapy (apitherapy or BVT)GalenNot ApplicableThe earliest use of apitherapy (the pharmacological use of honeybee products) to treat illnesses was by the ancient Chinese, Greeks and Romans. Greek physician, Galen (129-200 AD) is said to have used honey and bee venom to treat baldness! Bees are still used today as a type of 'insect acupuncture', and is particularly popular in the alternative treatment of auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and arthritis.
9910Longest painting by an individualGurmej Singh3444.91 metre(s)United States, Grand Rapids14 September 2013The longest painting by an individual measured 3,444.91 m (11,302 ft 2.11 in) and was created by Gurmej Singh aka Artist Singh (India), as displayed in Grand Rapids Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, on 14 September 2013.It took Gurmej Singh (Artist SinGh) 38 days to create the whole painting.
9911Most bungee jumps in 24 hours (indoors)Peter CharneyCanada, Edmonton06 November 2007The most bungee jumps in 24 hours (indoors) is 225 and was achieved by Peter Charney (Canada) at the World Water Park, West Edmonton, Canada, on 5-6 November 2007.Peter Charney attempted the record for the second time. The record was in aid of raising funds for charity at the West Edmonton Mall.
9912Largest button mosaicHangzhou Tianlushi E-Business Co., Ltd.China, Jiaxing12 June 2013The largest button mosaic measures 545.31 m² (5,869 ft² 96.16 in²) and was achieved by Hangzhou Tianlushi E-Business Co., Ltd. (China) in Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China, on 12 June 2013.
9913Largest gymnastic display, "Arirang" State Preparing CommitteeKorea (North), Pyongyang14 August 2007The record for the largest gymnastic display involved 100,090 participants in May Day Stadium, Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea on 14 August 2007. The event was organised by Grand Mass Gymnastic and Artistic Performance ''Arirang'' State Preparing Committee of Democratic People's Republic of Korea.Angela Wu adjudicated.
9914First row across the Atlantic west to east from USA by a team of fourJaap Koomen, Maarten Staarink, Gijs Groeneveld, Robert HoevefirstNot Applicable, 27 June 2005The first Ocean Four to row the Atlantic West to East from the USA was the crew of Vopak Victory, Gijs Groeneveld, Robert Hoeve, Jaap Koomen, Maarten Staarinnk (all Netherlands) between 27 May - 27 July 2005, who in doing so achieved the fastest recorded time for this route: 60 days 16 hr 19 min.Their finish was the longitude of Bishop's Rock.
9915Most pizza rolls across the shoulders in 30 secondsLee Moon KyChina08 January 2014The most pizza rolls across the shoulders in 30 seconds is 38 and was achieved by Lee Moon Ky (South Korea) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special at Heilan International Equestrian Club, in Jiangsu, China, on 8 January 2014.
9916Highest Pizza TossJoe CarlucciUnited States, Mall of America,Minneapolis,Minnesota20 April 2006The highest pizza base toss using 567 g (20 oz) of dough is 6.52 m (21 ft 5 in) by Joe Carlucci (USA) at Mall of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on 20 April 2006 during the filming of Guinness World Records week for the Food Network channel.
9917First person to win Daytona 500, Allstate 400 and NASCAR Nextel Cup ChampionshipJimmie JohnsonfirstUnited States, 01 January 2006Jimmie Johnson (USA), driving the No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet Monte Carlo, became the only driver in history to win the Daytona 500, Allstate 400, and the NASCAR Nextel Cup Championship all in the same year, in 2006. Johnson is also the only driver to win three Coca-Cola 600s in a row (2003, 2004, and 2005). Alternative title: First driver to...
9918First person to win Indianapolis 500 after taking the lead on the final lapSam Hornish Jr.firstUnited States, Sam Hornish Jr. (USA), driving for Marlboro Team Penske, won the Indianapolis 500 with the first last-lap pass in the 90-year history of the race, on 28 May 2006. Hornish took the lead on the final lap, passing rookie Marco Andretti (USA) just before the checkered flag to capture his first Indy 500 win. The margin of victory for Hornish was just .0635 of a second making it the second closest finish in Indy 500 history.Alternative title: First Indianapolis 500 winner to take lead on final lap.
9919Most lifts of 100 kg weight with teeth in one minuteSteve SchmidtUnited States, Leslie,Leslie United Methodist Church Recreation Pavilion13 July 2013The most lifts of a 100-kg weight using the teeth in one minute is 60, by Steve Schmidt (USA) at the Leslie United Methodist Church Recreation Pavilion in Leslie, Missouri, USA, on 13 July 2013.Steve won back the title he originally set in 2010.
9920Largest broom T shapedBernd HoltwickGermany, Bad Schussenried29 April 2007The largest broom (t-shaped) measured 11.68 m long (38 ft 3.84 in) and 6.04 m (19 ft 9.8 in) wide and was manufactured by Liane Scharnefski-Karle and Armin Karle and their team (all Germany) in Bad Schussenried-Kürnbach, Germany, on 29 April 2007.For exact measurements of all other dimensions please check the attachments in the toolkit.
9921Largest parade of Jaguar carsSilverstone ClassicUnited Kingdom, Silverstone Circuit23 July 2011The largest parade of Jaguar cars is 767, and was organised by Silverstone Classic, Towcester, Northamptonshire (UK), on 23 July 2011.The parade of E-Type Jaguar cars was held in celebration of the car's 50th anniversary. Cars were privately owned with many travelling from throughout Europe and North America to the Silverstone circuit.
9922Most skips with an iron chain while sitting in 30 secondsNinbgo LiuChina, Beijing01 November 2007The most skips with an iron chain in a sitting position in 30 seconds is 104 and was achieved by Ningbo Liu (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 1 November 2007.
9923Tallest professional modelAmazon EveUnited States, Los Angeles25 February 2011The tallest professional model is Amazon Eve (USA), who is 201.66 cm (6 ft 7.39 in) tall as measured in Beverly Hills, California, USA, on 25 February 2011.Three separate measurements were taken on 25 February 2011 morning, early and late afternoon. Each time, Amazon Eve was measured both standing and lying. The resulting height is the average of all measurements. Amazon Eve, who is from Turlock, California, USA, is also a wrestler and an actress. She originally gave up on an acting career after producers in Los Angeles kept casting her as a monster or alien.
9924Largest satchelYogeshbhai Thakorbhai ChavdaIndia, Kadod12 June 2011The largest satchel measures 4.17 m (13 ft 8 in) long, 2.87 m ( 9 ft 5 in) tall and 1.27 m (4 ft 2 in) deep and was created by Yogeshbhai Thakorbhai Chavda (India) and was presented and measured in Kadod, Gujarat, India, on 12 June 2011.The satchel had 6 pockets and the strap was 15.24 m (50 ft).
9925Most corn husked in one minute (team of four)Phil Redshaw , Rob Miller , Bill Lee , Bryant HulshofCanada, Markham29 September 2012The most corn husked in one minute (team of four) is 31, achieved by Phil Redshaw, Rob Miller, Bill Lee and Bryant Hulshof (all Canada), in Markham, Ontario, Canada, on 29 September 2012.
9926Most swallowed swordThomas Blackthorne40 peopleItaly, Milan19 April 2009Natasha Veruschka (USA) swallowed a sword 58 cm (22.83 in) longsword on Sword Swallowers Awareness Day, 28 February2009.
9927Largest pizza base spun in 1 minuteGeris Mohsen42 centimetre(s)Italy, Milan12 November 2009The largest pizza base spun in one minute is 42 cm diameter achieved by Geris Mohsen (Italy) in Restorante Sant'Eustorgio, Milan, Italy for Guinness World Records Day on 12 November 2009.
9928Most Nicholaus boots filled up with giftsVolksbank Oberberg eGGermany, Gummersbach03 December 2010The most Nicholaus boots filled up with gifts is 820 and was achieved for an event organised by Volksbank Oberberg eG (Germany) at the business´s premises in Gummersbach, Germany, on 3 December 2010.The boots were filled donated by local children.
9929Most drink cans collected (8 hours)Habitat for Humanity of EvansvilleUnited States, Evansville06 July 2003The most aluminium cans collected in eight hours is 152,800 weighing 1,732 kg (3,820 lb) at Bosse Field, Evansville, Indiana, USA on 6 July 2003 at an event organised by Habitat for Humanity of Evansville.The above record is based on the final weight of cans collected, although both the number and weight of cans should be provided in any submission. The event raised $3,360.Bosse Field was the baseball field featured in the 1992 film "A League of Their Own" starring Madonna, Gena Davies and Tom Hanks.
9930Most character voices for an audio book - individualRoy DotriceUnited States, Los Angeles13 January 2004The greatest number of characters voiced in an audio book is 224, achieved by Roy Dotrice (UK), who performed distinct and distinguishable voices for every role in the 28-disc unabridged version of George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones, released on 13 January 2004.A Game of Thrones is the first book in George R.R. Martin's 'Song of Fire and Ice' series of fantasy novels. The full audio book comprises 28 x 72 min discs. It would take almost a day and a half to listen to the entire work: 33 hours 36 minutes.A complete list of the names of the characters voiced by Dotrice and the pages they appear on is included in the scanned claim attachments.

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