Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10141Longest rail grind skiAlberto Salehi Sosa73.63 metre(s)Spain, Madrid27 September 2008The longest rail grind on skis, is 73.63 m (241 ft 7 in) and was achieved by Alan Villanueva (Spain), at the Madrid SnowZone, Madrid, Spain, on 27 September 2008.
10142Largest disposable nappy / diaperHolger StorfingerGermany, Petersaurach21 July 2007The largest disposable nappy is 3.10 m (10 ft 2.05 in) long and 2.50 m (8 ft 2.4 in) wide and was manufactured by RKW AG Rheinische Kunststoffwerke in Petersaurach, Germany, on 21 July 2007.The nappy weighed 27 kg (59 lb 8.32 oz).
10143Largest collection of Simpsons memorabiliaCameron GibbsAustralia, skye20 March 2008The largest collection of Simpsons memorabilia belongs to Cameron Gibbs of Skye, Victoria, Australia, with 2,580 different Simpsons items, as of 20 March 2008.
10144Largest pie, meatStratford-upon-Avon College10.54 kilogram(s)United Kingdom, Clevedon12 April 1998The world's largest meat pie weighing 10.54 tonnes (23,237 lb) was made by 17 catering students from Stratford-upon-Avon College, Warwickshire, UK at the Hand Stadium, Clevedon, Somerset, UK on 12 April 1998.The pie was made in a container measuring 9.75 m (32 ft) long, 2.32 m (7 ft 7 in) wide and 0.61 m (2 ft) deep. The pie was made from:5,500 kg (12,125 lb) of diced British braising beef1,400 kg (3,086 lb) of diced ox kidney750 kg (1,653 lb) of sliced mushrooms750 kg (1,653 lb) of sliced onions 220 kg (485 lb) of Worcester sauce200 kg (441 lb) of English mustard 110 kg (243 lb) of herbs and seasoning900 kg (1,984 lb) of beef stock810 kg (1,786 lb) of best bitter840 kg (1,852 lb) of thickenings816.69 kg (1,800 lb) of pastry was laid on top of the pie.
10145Largest wooden buildingWoolloomooloo Bay WharfAustralia, Sydney01 January 1912The largest wooden building in the world is the Woolloomooloo Bay Wharf, Sydney, Australia. Built in 1912, the wharf itself is 400 m (1,312 ft) long and 63 m (206 ft) wide and stands on 3600 piles. The building on the wharf is five storeys high and 350.5 m (1,150 ft) long and 43 m (141 ft) wide with a total floor area of 64,000 m² (688,890 ft²) and has been converted into hotel apartments and marina complex.
10146Oldest player to score in the NFL Super BowlMatt StoverUnited States, Miami Gardens07 February 2010On 7 February 2010, Indianapolis Colts (USA) placekicker Matt Stover (USA) became the oldest American football player ever to score in the NFL’s season finale, when, aged 42 years 11 days, he struck a 38-yard fieldgoal against the New Orleans Saints (USA) in Super Bowl XLIV. In taking the field, Stover had also earned the record for the oldest player ever to appear in the Super Bowl.
10147Most free-throws made in one minute standing on one legBob FisherUSA, Los Angeles,California20 February 2011The most free throws made while standing on one leg in one minute is 49 by Bob Fisher (USA) during the NBA All-Star Jam Session in Los Angeles, California, USA on 20 February 2011.
10148First female to row the Indian OceanAngela Madsen, Helen TaylorfirstMauritius, Port Louis25 June 2009The first females to row the Indian Ocean are Angela Madsen (USA) and Helen Taylor (UK), who rowed east to west from Geraldton, Western Australia, to Port Louis, Mauritius, in 58 days 15 hr 8 min between 28 April and 25 June 2009. The two women were part of a team of eight rowers, who completed the journey in the Aud Eamus.
10149Largest collection of coins from the same yearRahul G. KeshwaniIndia, Mumbai,,Rahul G. Keshwani's home28 July 2013The largest collection of coins from the same year belongs to Rahul G. Keshwani (India) and consists of 11,111 coins from 1989 as of 28 July 2013, in Mumbai, Maharastra, India.Rahul G. Keshwani collection is made up of the Indian 25 paise coins from 1989.
10150Longest egg noodleMichael SorgeUnited States, Corning04 June 2011The longest egg noodle measured 160 m (525 ft) and was prepared by Sorge's Restaurant in Corning, New York, USA, on 4 June 2011.The cooked noodle weighed 13.41 kg (29 lb 9 oz).
10151Largest hat mosaicNew Era Cap Company. Ltd (Global)Germany, Berlin,Bread and Butter tradeshow06 July 2011The largest hat mosaic consisted of 1,861 caps which was achieved by New Era Cap Company Ltd (Global), at Bread and Butter tradeshow, in Berlin, Germany, on 6 July 2011.The mosaic read the New Era slogan, 'Fly your own flag' and measured 13.2 m in length and 5.5 m in height. The mosaic was made entirely by New Era caps and was constructed by their Creative Director Astri Thomas-Saunder and her team of colleagues.
10152Oldest spider gossamer140 million-years-old cobwebUnited Kingdom, Bexhill01 January 2009Encased in amber formed approximately 140 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period, as revealed in 2009 the world’s oldest spider cobweb was found on a beach at Bexhill, East Sussex, by brothers Jamie and Jonathan Hiscocks, who are amateur fossil hunters. Its silk is also the world’s oldest specimen of spider gossamer, and this remarkable specimen is currently being studied by scientists at Oxford University.
10153Oldest cobweb140 million-years-old cobwebUnited Kingdom, Bexhill01 January 2009Encased in amber formed approximately 140 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period, as revealed in 2009 the world’s oldest spider cobweb was found on a beach at Bexhill, East Sussex, by brothers Jamie and Jonathan Hiscocks, who are amateur fossil hunters. Its silk is also the world’s oldest specimen of spider gossamer, and this remarkable specimen is currently being studied by scientists at Oxford University.
10154Largest snailAfrican giant snail39.3 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, Hove01 December 1978The largest known land gastropod is the African giant snail Achatina achatina, the largest recorded specimen of which measured 39.3 cm (15.5 in) from snout to tail when fully extended, with a shell length of 27.3 cm (10.75 in) in December 1978. It weighed exactly 900 g (2 lb). Named Gee Geronimo, this snail was owned by Christopher Hudson (1955–79) of Hove, East Sussex, UK, and was collected in Sierra Leone in June 1976.
10155Largest rag dollMiriam Ines Gomez, Fundación Mundo MejorColombia, Palmira04 April 2014The largest rag doll measures 6.50 m (21 ft 4 in) tall and was made by Fundación Mundo Mejor (Colombia) for the Feria Nacional de la Niñez y su Mundo in Palmira, Valle del Cauca, Colombia on 4 April 2014.
10156Longest indoor freefallLawrence Koh, Kristopher Reynolds4/22/20 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Singapore, SingaporeThe longest indoor freefall lasted 4 hr 22 min 20 sec and was jointly achieved by Lawrence Koh (Singapore) and Kristopher Reynolds (USA) at iFLY Singapore, Singapore, on 15 May 2014.
10157Largest fruit saladSpar Österreichische Warenhandels AGAustria, Vienna27 June 2014The largest fruit salad weighed 8,690 kg (19,158 lb 2.72 oz) and was achieved by Spar Österreichische Warenhandels-AG (Austria) in Vienna, Austria, on 27 June 2014.
10158First Minecraft "mashup" texture packMass EffectCanada04 September 2013Mass Effect was the first videogame to be officially imported into the world of Minecraft, when Mojang's indie hit launched its series of "mashup" texture packs for the console edition. The downloadable add-on introduced 36 Mass Effect character skins, as well as transforming all of Minecraft's blocks and items into their Mass Effect equivalent. A pre-built Mass Effect world, based on the Mars facility from the game, was included along with 22 music tracks from the Mass Effect series.
10159Largest rocking horseGao Ming (China)China, Linyi07 July 2014The largest rocking horse measures 12.727 m x 4.532 m x 8.203 m (41 ft 9 in x 14 ft 10.4 in x 26 ft 10.9 in ) and was created by Gao Ming (China) in Linyi, Shandong, China, on 7 July 2014.
10160Most dog toys stuffed in one hourPet Supplies Plus, Detroit Dog RescueUnited States, Metro Detroit19 June 2014The most dog toys stuffed in one hour is 2,100 and was achieved by Pet Supplies Plus and Detroit Dog Rescue (both USA) in Livonia, Michigan, USA, on 19 June 2014.
10161Longest sofaMnogo Mebelimetre(s)Russia, Saratov,,On the banks of the Volga river25 July 2014The longest sofa measured 1,006.61 m (3,302 ft 6 in) and was achieved by Mnogo Mebeli (Russia) in Saratov, Russia, on 25 July 2014.
10162Largest gathering of people dressed as characters from the Wizard of OzThe Judy Garland Museum , Reece VeatchpeopleUnited States, Grand Rapids13 June 2014The largest gathering of people dressed as Wizard of Oz characters is 1,093 people and was achieved by the Judy Garland Museum and Reece Veatch (both USA) in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, USA, on 13 June 2014.
10163Oldest pig - everErnestine22 years, 359 days year(s), day(s)Canada, Calgary11 July 2014The oldest pig ever is Ernestine (b. 17 July 1991), aged 22 years 359 days as of 11 July 2014. Ernestine lives with her owners, Jude and Dan King (Canada) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.Feature: Meet Ernestine, the world's oldest pig
10164Tinned pea eating - 3 minsAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica,Sri Chinmoy Centre25 July 2014The most tinned peas consumed using a cocktail stick in three minutes is 222 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), in New York, New York, USA, on 25 July 2014.
10165Most expensive sandwichSerendipity 3𧴼.64 UK pound(s)United States, New York29 October 2014The most expensive sandwich commercially available is the "Quintessential Grilled Cheese" which sells for US $214 (£132.64) at Serendipity 3 in New York, New York, USA, as of 29 October 2014.The Quintessential Grilled Cheese is served on two pieces of French Pullman champagne bread which is made with Dom Perignon champagne and edible gold flakes, with white truffle butter and the very rare Caciocavallo Podolico cheese. The sandwich is served with South African Lobster Tomato Bisque as a dipping sauce.
10166Oldest male scuba diverErwin Paul StallerTurks and Caicos Islands, Providenciales24 October 2014The oldest scuba diver is Erwin Paul Staller (USA, b. 14 May 1921) who completed a dive at Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos, on 24 October 2014, at the age of 93 years and 163 days. Mr. Staller is a certified PADI diver. His dive lasted 36 minutes at a maximum depth of 52 ft (15.85 m)
10167Fastest time to open 2,000 beer bottles (individual)Francois Monin23/55 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, BRIGHTON24 August 2014The record for the fastest time to open 2,000 beer bottles is 23 min 55 sec and was achieved by Francois Monin (France) in Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom, on 24 August 2014. Monin had been working in bars for 12 years before his record attempt.
10168Farthest distance cycling underwaterJens Stotzner6,708 m (22,007.83 ft) kilometre(s)Germany, Zirndorf08 September 2013The farthest distance cycled underwater is 6,708 m (22,007 ft 9.96 in) achieved by Jens Stotzner (Germany) at Bibert Bad Zirndorf, Zirndorf, Germany, on 8 September 2013.Jens successfully completed 78 laps of a 86 m (282 ft 1.82 in) course, marked out at the bottom of the swimming pool.
10169Most premature tripletsEthan O'Rourke, Matt O'Rourke, Lucy O'Rourke113 day(s)Ireland, Cork25 December 2012The most premature triplets are Ethan, Matt and Lucy O'Rourke (all Ireland), who were born 113 days premature on 25 December 2012, to parents Pamela Whelen and Partick O'Rourke (both Ireland), in Cork University Hospital, Cork, Ireland.The triplets were all born within 26 minutes of each other on Christmas Day 2012.
10170Heaviest onion

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