Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10081Largest serving of kabsa / kapssahAl-Sha'am For Organising Exhibitions and FestivalsOman, Muscat,,Oman International Exhibition Centre, the outdoor arena.23 July 2010The largest serving of Kapssah was 17,893 kg (39,447 lb) and was achieved by Al-Sha'am For Organising Exhibitions & Festivals (Oman) at the Oman International Exhibition Centre, in Muscat, Oman, on 23 July 2010.The largest serving of Kapssah was made by Chef Abdul Rahman Yousef from Maidat Al- Noman catering services with the help of around 40 of his staff. This Kapssah was created for Renaissance Day at the Oman International Centre to mark the 40th Anniversary of the reign of His Majesty Sultan bin Said, by Al-Sha'am For Organising Exhibitions & Festivals. The dish that the Kapssah was cooked and kept in was 4 m (13 ft 1.4 in) in width and 1.2 m (3 ft 11 in) in height.The Kapssah was made using 6,982.92 kg (15,394 lb) of rice , 3,496 kg (7,708 lb) of chicken and 56 kg (123.97 lb) of fresh corriander. The other ingredients used were water, salt, hummus, nuts, oil, fried onions, spices, dry corriander, mushrooms, garlic, ginger, tomato paste, onions, potatoes and tomatoes, which weighed a total of 7,357 kg (16,220.6 lb).
10082Largest dancing lionMGM GRAND MacauMacau, Macau14 February 2010The largest dancing lion measured 6.2 m (20 ft 4 in) long, 4.36 m (14 ft 3 in) high and 2.1 m (6 ft 10 in) wide and was manufactured by MGM GRAND Macau (China) for the Chinese New Year celebrations on 14 February 2010.The 'Grand Lion' weighed 113.3 kg (250 lb). The lion danced for 15 minutes operated by four people.
10083Largest cheese sliceHalayeb Katilo CoEgypt, Cairo13 July 2012The largest cheese slice weighs 135.5 kg (298 lb 11.68 oz) and was created by Halayeb Katilo Co (Egypt) in Cairo, Egypt, on 13 July 2012.The slice measured 1.14 m (3 ft 8.88 in) by 0.79 m (2 ft 7.1 in) by 0.15 m (5.91 in). The cheese was made in January 2011 and left to mature until the event.
10084Longest truck-mounted jib / boom / crane armZoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (China)China, Changsha28 September 2012The longest truck-mounted boom is 101.18 m (331 ft 11.46 in) long, and was built by Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (China) and measured in Changsha, Hunan, China on 28 September 2012.
10085Longest string of liquoriceLatritsfabriken , Scandi CandySweden, Vellinge,Skåne04 April 2012The longest string of liquorice measures 519 m (1,702 ft 9 in) and was made by Lakritsfabriken (Sweden) in collaboration with Scandi Candy (Sweden), in Vellinge, Skåne, Sweden, on 4 April 2012.12 people participated in making the string of liquorice, which took 3 hr 14 min to complete. The liquorice weighed 62 kg after cooking.
10086Most Maltesers thrown and then caught with the mouth in one minuteBipin Larkin, Ashrita FurmanUnited States, New York30 July 2013The most Maltesers thrown and then caught with the mouth in one minute is 76 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) in New York, New York, USA, on 30 July 2013.
10087Largest serving of fried chickenNOAS FM1076 kilogram(s)Japan, Nakatsu23 September 2011The largest serving of fried chicken weighed 1,076 kg (2,372 lb 2.72 oz) and was produced by NOAS FM (Japan) at the 4th Karaage Festival at AEON Mall Sanko in Nakatsu City, Oita, Japan, on 23 September 2011.Karaage is a Japanese fried chicken dish that uses boneless chicken and a potato starch batter. It is becoming increasingly popular in some parts of the western United States where it is colloquially referred to as 'JFC' (Japanese Fried Chicken).
10088Largest collection of stamps featuring PopesMagnus Andersson1580 itemsSweden, Falun16 November 2010The largest collection of stamps featuring popes is 1,580 and was achieved by Magnus Andersson (Sweden) and counted at the public library in Falun, Sweden on 16 November 2010.
10089Largest operation for NATOISAF30000 peopleAfghanistan, 28 September 2006On 28 September 2006, at a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) defence ministers at Portoroz, Slovenia, the North Atlantic Council, NATO’s highest decision-making body, decided to approve the expansion of the International Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan, thus placing responsibility on ISAF for the whole country. The expansion will increase the size of the force to 30,000 to become NATO’s largest operation and most significant politico-military responsibility in its new role since the Cold War. Its responsibilities are: to assist the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’s government in extending its authority and influence, so that the right conditions for stabilisation and reconstruction are created to work with a Senior Civilian Representative, who is responsible for advancing the political-military aspects of NATO’s commitment with the Afghan government, other international organisations and neighbouring countries and to assist with a programme of cooperation that concentrates on defence reform, defence institution building and the military aspects of security sector reform.
10090Largest dish ever washedManning Selvage & Lee PRUnited States, Phoenix, AZ01 February 2008The record for the largest dish washed is 3 m (10 ft) in diameter and was achieved by the washing-up liquid Dawn Direct Foam (Procter and Gamble), in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on 1 February 2008.The dish, which took two weeks to make, was washed by NFL legend Emmitt Smith on the eve of Super Bowl XLII which was won by the New York Giants. The dish was designed and constructed by Tim Vittetoe, Scott Nakada, Greg Reed and Lisa Hansell.
10091First team to win ice hockey world championship and Olympic titles in the same yearSwedenfirstLatvia, Riga01 January 2006When Sweden won the world hockey championship with a 4-0 shutout over the Czech Republic in Riga, Latvia on 21 May 2006, it was the second major international title in three months for the Swedes: they took the gold medal at the Turin Games, becoming the first country to win the world championship and the Olympics in the same year.
10092Longest fondue tableRegula Riesen di FedeSwitzerland, Brienz19 July 2008The longest fondue table measures 575 metres (1,886 ft 5 in) and was created by Brienz Rothorn Bahn AG and Luftseilbahn Sörenberg-Brienzer Rothorn AG on the Brienzer Rothorn, Switzerland, on 19 July 2008.The table consisted of several smaller tables that were bolted together. All in all 1,656 people sat on the table, they brought their own fondue sets and had set them up in the required distance from one another. The table was partly indoor and partly outdoor.
10093Most Olympic golds at one Games (male)Michael PhelpsChina, Beijing17 August 2008The most gold medals won at a single Olympic games is eight by Michael Phelps (USA) who won gold in the following swimming disciplines, 400 metres individual medley, 4 Ã&mdash100 metres freestyle relay, 200 metres freestyle, 200 metres butterfly, 4 Ã&mdash 200 metres freestyle relay, 200 metres individual medley, 100 metres butterfly and the 4 Ã&mdash 100 metres medley relay, at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, between 9 August and 17 August 2008.In the process of winning 8 gold medals, Michael Phelps set 8 swimming world records (5 individual records, 3 as part of a relay team).
10094First Xbox 360 videogame to use kiosk downloadsBurnout RevengefirstUSAFollowing the release of the Xbox 360, Microsoft deployed a number of specially branded kiosks in game stores across the world. Used primarily as demo machines, these consoles also allowed users to plug in their own memory unit and download additional exclusive game content for free. Burnout Revenge was the first game to take advantage of kiosk downloads in the USA. The system has since seen very little use.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
10095First GPS enabled game for the PlayStation PortableMinna no Golf BaJapan01 December 2006The earliest GPS enabled PSP game was Minna no Golf Ba which was released at the same time as the GPS receiver in December 2006, and allows people to get details from the game on real golf courses while playing on them. The PSP GPS Receiver was launched in Japan, and has functionality with a number of games. The game is due for release to the rest of the world in 2008, under the name Go! Explore.
10096Thickest book publishedHarperCollins322 millimetre(s)United Kingdom, London,,Foyles Book ShopThe thickest published book measures 322 mm (12.67 in) in width and was unveiled by HarperCollins in London, UK, on 20 May 2009. All Agatha Christie's Miss Marple stories - 12 novels and 20 short stories - are collected and published in this volume.The book contains 4,032 pages and weighs 8.04 kg. There are 68 crimes committed 11 philandering lovers 68 secrets and lies 22 false accusations 59 red-herrings and 21 romances. In all, 43 murders are solved: 12 poisonings 6 strangulations 2 drownings 2 stabbings a burning one blow to the head one death by an arrow and 2 people pushed. 143 cups of tea are drunk in the massive volume, there are 66 maids and 47 garments are knitted. 500 copies of this limited edition record-breaking book will be produced and they will retail at £1,000 each.
10097Largest jambalayaJambalaya Festival AssociationUnited States, Gonzales, louisianaThe largest jambalaya weighed 1,529 kg (3,371 lb), and was made by the Jambalaya Festival Association (USA) in Gonzales, Louisiana, USA, on 23 May 2009.The attempt was held at the 42nd Annual Jambalaya Festival. The cooking vessel measured 2.3 m (7 ft 8 in) high and 2.4 m (8 ft) in diameter. Ingredients included 374.2 kg (825 lb) pork, 374.2 kg (825 lb) sausages, 294.8 kg (650 lb) rice, 181.4 kg (400 lb) onions, 15.4 kg (34 lb) salt, 9.2 kg (20 lb 8 oz) black pepper, 0.3 kg (14 oz) red pepper, 9.7 kg (21 lb 8 oz) garlic, 105 gallons of water and 4 gallons of oil.
10098Longest leather beltAlbani BrotherGreece, THESSALONIKI01 June 2008The longest leather belt measures 62 m 91 cm (206 ft 36 in) and was made by the Almpani Brothers factory in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 1 June 2008.dimentions of the belt:62 m 91 cm (206 ft 36 in) x 4 cm (1.58 in) x 5 mm (0.2 in)analysis:65% leather shavings, 25% bubber and 10% water glue
10099Largest copper sulfate crystalUnknownGermanyThe largest copper sulfate crystal weighed 69.8 kg (153.88 lb) as of 21 July 2010. It was grown by 8th form students at Kurfurst-Ruprecht-Gymnasium in Neustadt, Germany.
10100Most beads threaded in one minuteAshok ParakhIndia, jodhpur12 November 2009The most beads threaded in one minute is 90 and was achieved by Ashok Parakh (India) in Jodhpur, India, on Guinness World Records Day, 12 November 2009.Ashok decided to hold his attempt on 12 November because it is GWR day.
10101Most people jumping on spring loaded stiltsUnknown103 peopleChina, Dengfeng city,Sports ground of Physical Education College of Zhengzhou University17 September 2008The most people jumping on spring loaded stilts is 103 and was achieved by Shao Lin Tagou Martial Arts School in Dengfeng City, Henan province, China, on 17 September 2008.Angela Wu adjudicated at the event. Zheng Da Zong Yi from CCTV filmed.
10102Most backward flips on spring loaded stiltsYuan ShiweiChina, Dengfeng City,sports ground of the Physical Education College of Zhengzhou University17 September 2008The most consecutive backward flips on spring loaded stilts is 25 and was achieved by Yuan Shiwei in Dengfeng city, Henan province, China, on 17 September 2008.Angela Wu adjudicated at the event. Zheng Da Zong Yi from CCTV filmed.
10103Largest gathering of people dressed as leprechaunsBandon Town1263 participantsIreland, Bandon,,South Main Street from Junction of Market Street to the junction with Bridge Street and Bridge Lane17 March 2012The largest gathering of people dressed as leprechauns was achieved by 1,263 participants in an event organised by Bandon Town (Ireland) in Bandon, Ireland, on 17 March 2012.
10104First trial at International Criminal CourtUnknownfirstDemocratic Republic of Congo, 26 January 2009On 26 January 2009, the first trial at the ICC commenced when the Congolese warlord, Thomas Lubanga, appeared on war crimes charges for his role in the civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He faced charges of using children as weapons of war for his Union of Congolese Patriots, and recruiting and commanding a militia that committed atrocities. He is accused of seizing children as young as ten and forcing them to fight and die for his militia.
10105First piratesUnknownfirstPiracy is nowadays defined as the act of attempting to board a ship with intent to commit theft or any other crime with the apparent intention to use force to achieve that end. Piracy has probably existed as long as man has sailed the oceans, but the first recorded description comes from Egyptian records of the 14th century BCE, when Lukkan pirates from Turkey´s Mediterranean coast raided Cyprus, in the eastern Mediterranean.
10106Most ships inaugurated in one day by one companyViking River CruisesNetherlands, Amsterdam,,The ports of Avignon, Rostock and Amsterdam.18 March 2014The most ships inaugurated in one day is 14 and was achieved by Viking River Cruises in Avignon, France, on 18 March 2014. The inauguration ceremony began in Amsterdam on 17 March where 7 ships were inaugurated. The ceremony ended 23 hours, 42 minutes and 59 seconds later in Avignon where three ships were inaugurated and a further four ships were blessed via live video link in Rostock.
10107Fastest time to spell the British sign language AlphabetThomas McWhinneyUnited Kingdom, London23 September 2008The record for the fastest time to spell the British Sign Language Alphabet is 4.7 sec and achieved by Thomas McWhinney (UK) in an event organised by Robert Skinner at the Sassoon Gallery in London, UK, on 23 August 2008.
10108Longest pita breadJana Bakers LLCQatar, Doha04 December 2008The longest pita bread measured 128.5 m (421.5 ft) and was made by Jana Bakers LLC, Doha, Qatar, on 4 December 2008.
10109Fastest time to sort 30 M&Ms / smarties using chopsticksYinger Guan31.5 second(s)United Arab Emirates, Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village28 December 2008The fastest time to sort 30 M&Ms using chopsticks is 31.5 seconds achieved by Yinger Guan (China) at the Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village, Dubai, UAE, on 28 December 2008.
10110Most CDs flipped and caught in one minuteAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica05 November 2013The most CDs flipped and caught in one minute is 80 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team office, New York, New York, USA, on 5 November 2013.

* Görseller ve İçerik tekif hakkına sahip olabilir