Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

9931First JpegUnknownDenmark, Copenhagen25 January 1988Jpeg, standing for Joint Photographic Experts Group, is one of the best known digital image formats. It was developed in order to standardize the techniques for digital image compression and is used in the internet and on digital cameras. The earliest images which use the JPEG compression method are a set of 4 test images used by the Jpeg Group called 'Boats', 'Barbara', 'Toys', and 'Zelda', created on 18th June 1987 in Copenhagen, Denmark.The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) received an Emmy award on 2 October 1996 for their work on the standardisation of the Jpeg image format and the Mpeg-1 and Mpeg-2 video formats.
9932Longest surviving triple heart bypass patientDelbert McBee1973 - 2007 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Springfield25 April 2007The longest surviving triple heart bypass patient is Delbert Dale McBee (USA, b. 3 June 1924), who underwent the operation at the Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, United States on 20 December 1973, and was awarded the record on 25 April 2007.
9933Most bricks toppledRöben TonbaustoffeGermany, Bremerhaven17 January 2004A total of 165,384 bricks were toppled in an unbroken line in and around the city of Bremerhaven, Germany, on 17 January 2004. The event was arranged by Röbenbricks and set up by 1,305 volunteers of the youth fire departments of the administrative region of Cuxhaven.
9934Longest marathon aerobics / exercise classEsther Featherstone39/20 hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, Haywards Heath17 September 2012The longest aerobics marathon is 39 hours 20 minutes and was performed by Esther Featherstone (UK) at Clair Hall in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, UK from 15 to 17 September 2012.
9935Largest diamond in the universeBPM 37093first, 16 February 2004The first direct evidence that white dwarf interiors crystallise into huge diamonds was announced in February 2004. Observations of pulsations of BPM 37093 allowed astronomers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, to deduce that the carbon white dwarf had crystallised into a diamond some 4,000 km (2,500 miles) across. BPM 37093 is around 50 light years from Earth in the constellation of Centaurus.Many astronomers have believed for decades that white dwarfs could solidify into huge diamonds, but this is the first direct evidence. White dwarfs are the cooling cores of dead stars. They are made of carbon and only shine from residual heat as they gradually cool.
9936Oldest magic shopDavenportsUnited Kingdom, Plaistow01 January 1898The world's oldest family run magic business is Davenports founded in 1898 by Lewis Davenport (UK) at his home on Ryles Road, Plaistow, London, UK in 1903. A shop on Mile End Rd was opened in 1908 and the business was inherited by his son George in 1926. Now run by his granddaughter Betty who took over in 1961, the shop moved to its current location in The Strand in 1984.
9937Largest paperclipStepovik Evgeny9/28/2/72 metre(s)Russia, Miass cityThe largest paper clip measures 9 m 28 cm (30 ft 5 in) in height and 2 m 72 cm (8 ft 11 in) in width, and was created by Evgeny Stepovik in Miass, Russia. It was created from stainless steel and unveiled on 29 May 2010.The base of a paper clip is: length is 25 cm (10 in), width is 25 cm (10 in), depth is 20 cm (8 in). Weight is 530 kg (1168.45 lbs), (net weight, without bolts and supporting structure).
9938Largest floor lampFredrik and Martin RaddumNorway, Oslo05 February 2013The largest floor lamp measures 9.16 m (30 ft) high and was created by Fredrik Raddum and Martin Raddum in Oslo, Norway in February 2013. The lamp shade is made of polyester and fiberglass and measures 3.98 m (13 ft) in diameter. The supporting pole is made of steel.The lamp was switched on using a timer, and its base was used as seating.
9939Lightest RC model helicopter, radio controlledSilverlit Toys Manufactory Ltd.8 gram(s)Hong Kong, Hong KongThe lightest remote-controlled model helicopter is the PicooZ MX-1 by Silverlit Toys Manufactory Ltd. (Hong Kong) it weighs 8 g (0.28 oz) and was manufactured in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.The MX-1 is a smaller version of the previous record holder, the PicooZ. The remote transmitter is also the helicopter's 'hanger' where the helicopter recharges and can be stored when not flying.
9940Largest cow bellHubert VenterGermany, Kleinschmalkalden08 August 2003Created by Venter-Glocken, the largest steel cowbell is 3.28 m (10 ft 9 in) tall and weighs 920 kg (2,028 lb) and was unveiled on 8 August 2003 in the village community square of Kleinschmalkalden, Germany.
9941Longest sausage rollKing Pie HoldingsSouth Africa, Faerie Glen25 June 2005The record for the longest sausage roll is 111.11 m (364 ft 6.4 in) and was achieved by King Pie in Faerie Glen, South Africa on 25 June 2005.
9942Fastest spelling backwards of 50 wordsShishir Hathwar1/22.53 minute(s), second(s)India, Bangalore13 November 2010The fastest time to spell 50 words backwards is 1 minute 22.53 seconds and was achieved by Shishir Hathwar (India) at the Press Club of Bangalore in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, on 13 November 2010.Mr. Hathwar spelled 20 6-letter words, 15 7-letter words, and 15 8-letter words.
9943Fastest time to peel and eat three lemonsJim Lyngvild28.5 minute(s), second(s)Denmark, Copenhagen06 November 2009The fastest time to peel and eat 3 lemons is 28.5 seconds and was achieved by Jim Lyngvild (Denmark) live on TV2 Denmark's Go' Aften Danmark in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 6 November 2009.Mr Lyngvild ate six lemons in 1.04 minutes.
9944Farthest coin flicking distanceAlastair Galpin14.06 metre(s)New Zealand, Northland28 October 2012The farthest coin flicking distance is 14.06 m (46 ft 1.5 in) by Alastair Galpin (New Zealand) in Northland, New Zealand, on 28 October 2012.
9945Largest collection of snail-related itemsHenryk SkarzynskiPoland, Kajetany15 July 2012The largest collection of snail-related items consists of 1,377 items and was achieved by Prof. Henryk Skarzynski, M.D., Ph.D. (Poland), in Kajetany, Poland, on 15 July 2012.
9946Farthest distance by hand-cranked cycle in 24 hours (male)Thomas Lange649.85 kilometre(s)United States, Sebring15 February 2009The greatest distance covered on a hand-cranked cycle in 24 hours is 649.85 km (403.80 miles) and was achieved by Thomas Lange (Germany) during the Bike Sebring 12/24 Hours, Sebring, Florida, USA from 14-15 February 2009.This broke the previous record set by Keane West (USA) at last year's race. In fact it was his world record achievement that drew attention to the race and attracted competitors from across the United States and the world. Keane West finished second to Thomas Lange this year but improved on his own personal best.
9947Largest rubyRajiv Golcha21955/310/165/140 kilogram(s)India, Bangalore03 June 2009The largest Ruby weighs 21,955 g (48 lbs 6.43 oz) and measures 310 x 165 x 140 mm (12.20 x 6.49 x 5.51 in) owned by Rajiv Golcha (India) officially measured in Bangalore, India, on 3 June 2009. The ruby has been named "The King Ruby" and is held in the Prestige Gems & Jewels showroom in India.
9948Most juggling catches in one minute (three balls)Zdenek Bradac422 timesCzech Republic, Prague08 February 2012The most juggling catches in a minute (three balls) is 422, achieved by Zdenek Bradac (Czech Republic), in Prague, Czech Republic, on 8 February 2012.
9949Largest collection of panda-related itemsIva Rajh, Edo RajhCroatia, Zagreb02 April 2012The largest collection of panda-related items belongs to Edo Rajh and Iva Rajh (both Croatia), consisting of 1,966 different WWF stamps, in Zagreb, Croatia, as of 2 April 2012.
9950Longest candy (sweet)Look-O-LookNetherlands, Andelst,,Look-O-Look International BV13 April 2011The longest candy is 2,011 m (6597 ft 9.07 in), achieved by Look-O-Look International, in 's-Heerenberg, Netherlands, on 13 April 2011.Look-O-Look International B.V. produced a 2,011 (6597 ft 9.07 in) long strawberry fizzy belt, which took almost 4 hr to produce. The longest candy will be distributed amongst 1700 visitors of Look-O-Looks on 21 May in Andelst, the Netherlands. The ingredients used were sugar, glucose-fructose syrup, wheat flour, acidulant,dextrose, vegetable oil, flavour, antioxidants, fruit extract and plant extracts.
9951Oldest person to trek to the South Pole (unsupported)Simon MurrayAntarctica, Antarctica28 January 2004Simon Murray (UK, b. 25 March 1940) completed an unsupported overland trek to the South Pole at the age of 63 years 309 days. He departed from a point on the Antarctic coastline near Hercules Inlet on 2 December 2003 and arrived at the Pole with his trekking partner, Pen Hadow (UK) on 28 January 2004.The trek covered a distance of approximately 1,100 km (683 miles). Unsupported means that the pair pulled all their own equipment and supplies for the entire journey - there was no resupply during the trek.
9952Most footvolley passes in one minutePhillipe Enea, Gaetan Huard, Nicolas Baudoin, Gilles Ricci18 total numberFrance, St. Cyprien05 July 2004The record for the most legal footvolley passes in one minute is 18 and was set by Phillipe Enea, Gilles Ricci, Gaetan Huard and Nicolas Baudoin on the set of L’Été De Tous Les Records in St.Cyprien, France on 5 July 2004.
9953Largest fuel tank fireUnknown37000000 litre(s)United States, New Orleans07 June 2001The largest ever fuel tank fire occurred in a gasoline storage tank at the Orion Refinery in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, on 7 June 2001. It was 82 m (270 ft) in diameter and contained 37 million litres (10 million gallons) of liquid gasoline. It was successfully extinguished by Williams Fire and Hazard Control, USA, in just 65 minutes, using fire-fighting foam.
9954Most twins in the same academic year at one schoolHighcrest Middle School24 peopleUnited States, Wilmette,,Highcrest Middle SchoolThe most sets of twins in the same academic year at one school is 24 pairs, who are all enrolled in grade 5 at Highcrest Middle School, Illinois, USA, in the academic year 2012-2013.
9955Most skateboard ollies in one minuteGabriel PenaUnited States, Houston07 April 2013The most skateboard ollies in one minute is 72, achieved by Gabriel Pena (USA), in Houston, Texas, USA, on 7 April 2013.
9956Youngest drummerJulian Pavone4/10/15 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Detroit21 March 2010The youngest professional drummer is Julian Pavone (USA) (b. 14 May 2004), who was 4 years 10 months 15 days old when he performed in his 20th concert on 29 March 2009.Julian’s first album ‘Go Baby!’ was released by Peacock Records when he was just 20 months old. He has appeared on shows such as “The Oprah Winfrey Show’ and “Good morning America” and has played at venues such as ‘Hard Rock Café’ in Cleveland.
9957Longest toilet roll tube chain's Heeren LooNetherlands, Bedum12 June 2010The longest toilet roll chain consisted of 92,080 rolls and was created by 's Heeren Loo (Netherlands) at the company's premises in Bedum, Netherlands, on 12 June 2010.The chain measured 9, 208m (30,209 ft 10 in) in length.
9958Highest commercial decelerator descentSky Jump Las VegasUnited States, Las Vegas20 April 2010The highest commercial decelerator descent facility is Sky Jump Las Vegas at the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower, measuring 252 m (829 ft) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, opened on 20 April 2010.Jumpers leap off a platform outside the 108th floor of the Stratosphere's iconic tower at the north end of the Las Vegas strip. The average speed per rider is between 40-50 mph on the way down before deceleration begins shortly before the landing point.
9959Most juggling catches whilst suspended - three objectsAraki TerumiJapan, Shizuoka-ken16 February 2012The most juggling ball catches whilst suspended upside down is 1,769 and was achieved by Araki Terumi (Japan) in Shizuoka-ken, Japan, on 16 February 2012.
9960Most Maurice Richard TrophiesPavel Bure2 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2004The most Maurice Richard Trophies won by an individual player is two by Pavel Bure (Russia) playing for the Florida Panthers in 2000-2001 and Jarome Iginla (Canada) of the Calgary Flames won the award outright 2002, and a share with Rick Nash (Canada) of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia) of the Atlanta Thrashers in 2004. The Maurice Richard Trophy is warded each year to the leading goal scorer in the NHL.

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