Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
10051Longest distance run three legged in 24 hoursMark Howlett, Rab Lee109.8 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Scotland08 September 2014The longest distance run three legged in 24 hours is 109.8 km (68.23 miles) and was achieved by Mark Howlett and Rab Lee (both UK), at the Glenmore 24 Hour Trail Race, in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, on 7-8 September 2013.
10052Largest collection of silver coinsJose Manuel Costa Lavin1600 itemsMexico, Colima05 June 2008The largest collection of silver coins consists of 1,600 non-duplicate coins from around the world, and belongs to José Manuel Costa Lavín (Mexico).At the encouragement of his family,José Manuel Costa Lavín began to travel the world in 2001 as a means to distract himself from cancer he was battling at the time. During his journeys he began to collect various coins - each coin individually authenticated - and today lives completely free of cancer. Danny Girton Jr. adjudicated.
10053Largest collection of surfboardsDonald DettloffUnited States, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii05 November 2009Donald Dettloff (USA) has 647 different surfboards, displayed around his property in Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, USA, that he has been collecting for over 15 years. His collection is widely known as the surfboard fence.He started creating the surfboard fence back in 1990 with the forecast of a hurricane. He wired his boards to his fence to keep them from blowing away.
10054Most people with team colours on the faceFanbrush by Imalis29688 peopleFrance, Paris07 June 2008The record for most people with team colours on the face is 29,688 and was established at the Stade de France in Paris, France, on 7 June 2008. The rugby fans painted their faces in the Stade Français Paris Rugby Club colours of blue and pink. The record attempt was organised in collaboration with Fanbrush™ face-paints, the Stade Français Paris and the Stade de France.The rugby fans painted their faces in the Stade Français CASG Paris Rugby Club colours of blue and pink. The record attempt was organised in collaboration with Fanbrush face-paints, the Stade Français CASG Paris and the Stade de France.
10055Most WWE THQ Superstar Challenge titles (gaming)Shelton Benjamin4 timesThe highest number of WWE THQ Superstar Challenge tournament victories is four, a record held by Shelton Benjamin. For the past five years at WrestleMania, THQ has held an annual tournament called the Superstar Challenge, in which WWE wrestlers compete for the title of best SmackDown vs. Raw player. The only other winner of the Superstar Challenge has been Elijah Burke, who won the title in 2007 at WrestleMania 23.
10056longest bridge held by swimmersEckhard OtteGermany, Brombachlake, close to Roth, Bavaria21 June 2008The longest bridge held by swimmers was 250 m (820 ft 2 in) long and was held by 800 volunteers of the German Wasserwacht at the Brombachsee, Germany, on 21 June 2008The bridge was crossed by Christoph Haller.
10057Most skateboard ollies in 30 secondsSten CarrUnited States, Los Angeles02 August 2009The most ollies completed in 30 seconds is 34 by Sten Carr (USA)at X Games 15 in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 2 August2009.
10058Highest waterfall divingDi Huanran12.19 metre(s)China, Jingbo Lake Mudanjiang City05 October 2008The highest waterfall dive was 12.19 m (39.99 ft) and was achieved by Di Huanran (China) at the Diaoshuilou Waterfall of Jingbo lake, Mudanjiang City, China, on 5 October 2008.This record was performed for Zheng Da Zong Yi- Guinness World Records Special.
10059Longest marathon playing ukuleleGlenn Haworth25 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Australia, Wollongong,,Haworth's Guitar Store, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia05 October 2013The longest marathon playing the ukulele is 25 hours, and was achieved by Glenn Haworth (Australia) at Haworth Music Store, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, on 4-5 October 2013.
10060Longest line of telephonesLifeLine Port ElizabethSouth Africa, Port Elizabeth29 November 2008The longest line of telephones consists of 3,152 telephones, is 449.82 m (1,475 ft 9 in) long and was achieved by the counselling association LifeLine to raise awareness about the frequency of suicides at the Van Stadens Bridge, known as "bridge of death" in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, on 29 November 2008.
10061Largest open sandwichT-Bones RoadhouseUnited States, Plymouth, Plymouth Waterfront Food Festival19 November 2011The largest open sandwich is 1,151.67 kg (2,539 lb), which was prepared by T-Bones Roadhouse (USA), during the Plymouth Waterfront Food Festival, in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, on 19 November 2011.The open sandwich contained bread (120.65 kg), pork butts (647.72 kg), rib rub (12.24 kg), BBQ sauce (82.55 kg) and coleslaw (288.48 kg).
10062Longest cooked salamiFratelli Daturi snc16.09 metre(s)Italy, Stradella04 September 2011The longest cooked salami measures 16.09 m (52 ft 9.46 in) and was made by Fratelli Daturi snc (Italy), in Stradella, Italy, on 4 September 2011.The preparations started on 3 September 2011. 72 pieces of natural pig casings with a diameter of 14 cm (5.51 in) were hand-stitched together to create one single casing, a total of 190.4 kg (419 lb 12 oz) of different pork cuts, salt, pepper and spices were mixed and ground and the casing was then sacked with the help of a stuffer. On the following day, the salami was placed in a customized 17-m-long pan (55-ft) filled with water and cooked for 6 hours, then placed on a table, let to rest, measured, sliced and given to the public.
10063Fastest time to cycle 10,000 kmGuus MoonenNetherlands, Oisterwijk28 June 2010The fastest time to cycle 10,000 km is 22 days, 15 hours, 34 minutes and 9 seconds by Guus Moonen (Netherlands) in Oisterwijk, Netherlands, from 5 to 28 June 2010.Guus alternated between 3 different circuits around the village. All three had been measured and their precise length was confirmed.
10064First television reality showCandid Camerafirst, 01 January 1948The first TV show to regularly feature members of the public as its stars was America’s Candid Camera which premiered on ABC in 1948 (it was then called Candid Microphone and was a TV version of an established ABC radio show of the same name which began in 1947). The title was changed to Candid Camera when the show moved to NBC in 1949. The premise was to perform practical jokes on unsuspecting members of the public and film their reactions.Landmark productions in the field include: An American Family (PBS 1973), the first show to feature a prolonged fly-on-the-wall look at real people The Family (BBC 1974) a similar UK concept COPS (Fox 1988) a groundbreaking, long-running, narrative-free US documentary series with a camera crew following various police officers on the job and The Real World (MTV 1992) a show eavesdropping on a group of young people sharing an apartment.
10065Most milk extracted in 30 minutesJose Maria Serna Fernandez35.5 litre(s)Spain, Madrid30 January 2009The most milk extracted from cows in 30 minutes is 35.5 litres and was achieved by Jose Maria Serna Fernandez (Spain) on the set of 'Guinness World Records', in Madrid, Spain, on 30 January 2009.Jose Maria used four cows during the 30 minutes. His son was on hand to help him massage the udders and change buckets.
10066First extraterrestrial dust devilsUnknown, Mars01 January 1970First seen from orbit by the Viking spacecraft in the 1970s, the dust devils on Mars can tower many kilometres above the landscape. They are caused as the Sun warms the ground, heating the air above it which rises and starts to spin, as well as pick up loose dust. In 2005 a dust devil passed over NASA´s Spirit rover, blowing off dust that had accumulated on its solar panels, and improving its power levels.
10067Fastest 100 m on trampolinesSteve Jones24.11 second(s)United Kingdom, Crowthorne26 February 2009The fastest 100 m on trampolines is 24.11 seconds and was achieved by Steve Jones (UK) on the set of Guinness World Records - Smashed in Crowthorne, UK, on 26 February 2009.
10068Most basketball headers while spinning two basketballsTommy BakerUnited States, NBA All-Star Jam Session16 February 2009The most basketball headers while spinning two basketballs is 40 and was achieved by Tommy Baker (UK) at the NBA All-Star Jam Session in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on 16 February 2009.Tommy Baker is an internationally recognised basketball freestyler. The "headers" were actual bounces of the ball on his head. He did not try to put a ball through the hoop with his head.
10069Longest sausage chainVZW WorstenfeestenBelgium, vlimmeren15 August 2013The longest sausage chain measures 3,543.65 m (11,626.12 ft 6.05 in) and was achieved by VZW Worstenfeesten (Belgium) at Kerkhofstraat in Vlimmeren, Antwerp, Belgium, on 15 August 2013.
10070Fastest time to pierce 4 coconuts with one fingerHo Eng HuiItaly, Milan21 April 2011The fastest time to pierce 4 coconuts with a finger is 12.15 sec and was achieved by Ho Eng Hui aka Master Ho (Malaysia) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 21 April 2011.Each coconut is considered pierced once the inside water pours out. For this records, the coconuts must have been removed from the plant for at least 10 days.
10071Largest ten commandments tabletGrace Galindez-Gupana152.90 square metre(s)Philippines, Baguio12 August 2011The largest ten commandments tablet measured 152.90 m² (1645.8 ft²) and was unveiled at an event organised by Grace Galindez-Gupana and the Halleluya(Philippines), at Dominican Hill, Baguio City, Phillipines, on 12 August 2011. Grace Galindez-Gupana broke her own record.
10072Most Rubik's cubes solved in one hour (team)Cubing ItalyItaly, Mantova16 October 2010The most Rubik's cubes solved in one hour is 1,860 and was achieved by 9 team members of Cubing Italy in Mantova, Italy, on 16 October 2010.Max Iovane, the leading team member, solved 260 cubes in the hour.
10073Tallest structure built with Lincoln LogsCity of Lincoln, USAUnited States, Lincoln13 April 2013The tallest structure of Lincoln Logs was 3.77 m (12 ft 4 in) tall and was constructed by the city of Lincoln (USA) in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, on 13 April 2013.
10074Most concerts of the same artist attended in one yearMIMMO RESTIFO CHIAVETTAItaly, MILANO09 December 2009The most concerts attended of the same artist in one year is 60 and was achieved by Mimmo Restifo Chiavetta (Italy), in Milan, Italy, on 23 December 2009. He followed the Italian artist Laura Pausini during her 2009 world tour across Italy, Europe, USA, Canada, Brasil and Mexico.Mimmo spent more than 55.000 Euros to achieve his record.
10075Largest daggerOman Telecommunications Company (Omantel)Oman, Muscat12 November 2011The largest dagger measured 91.50 cm (36.02 in) in length and 21.60 cm (8.50 in) at its widest point and was achieved by Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) in Muscat, Oman, on 12 November 2011. The dagger was produced as a gift to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, to celebrate his 40 years of accession. The dagger was a Khanja- a traditional Omani dagger and Oman's national symbol. The dagger was made from wood and silver, with ornate carvings and mouldings.
10076Fastest time to sort 30 coloured buttons with one handFiona PooleUnited KingdomThe fastest time to sort 30 coloured buttons with one hand was 21.00 seconds and was achieved by Fiona Poole (UK) at the World Trade Centre, Barcelona, Spain, on 14 May 2010. This was done as part of a GWR Live! event in collaboration with Stretch Communications and their client, MEC UK.
10077Most runners in an ultra marathonComrades Marathon Association14343 peopleSouth Africa, PietermaritzburgThe most runners in an ultra marathon is 14,343 and was achieved by participants of the Comrades Marathon, which is an event organised by the Comrades Marathon Association (South Africa), and was run on a route from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, South Africa, on 30 May 2010.The distance of the marathon was 89.28 km. The number of entries accepted for the event was 23,568. Entrants had to show they qualified for the Comrades by running a race of not less than 42.2km in less than 5 hours.As it transpired, 16,480 runners started the race and 14, 343 completed it. They used Championship Timing System to track the times.
10078Highest score on Beyond Good & EvilKenneth Ray Craig Jr (USA)USAUbisoft’s Beyond Good & Evil (2003) features an innovative online score tracking system that allows gamers across all platforms to compare their progress with other players all over the world. This is done by visiting the “Darkroom” portion of the game’s official website and entering a code that is generated each time the player saves the game. As of 23 March 2009, the lead score was held by Kenneth Ray Craig Jr, aka “maken90” (USA), with an overall score of 7,818,090 points.
10079First cel-shaded beat-'em-up videogameViewtiful Joe (Capcom, 2003)firstJapanReleased on the GameCube in Japan in June 2003, Viewtiful Joe was the first beat-em-up to feature cel-shading, a technique used to make videogame graphics appear hand drawn. Coming at the height of cel-shading mania (kicked off by Jet Set Radio in 2000), Viewtiful Joe combined traditional hand-to-hand combat with “VFX Powers”, which allowed the player to slow down and speed up time.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
10080First videogame to use serving soldiers as charactersAmerica's Army (US Army, 2002 Ubisoft, 2005)firstUSADeveloped by the US military as a recruitment tool, America’s Army was the first videogame to use actual serving members of the army as characters, using the voices and likenesses of four real-life soldiers in the game’s “Real Heroes” update. None of the soldiers took an active combat role in the game, instead appearing as non-playable characters who answered player’s questions about the real US Army.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010

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