Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
10291Most consecutive elbow spins - breakdanceBenedikt MordsteinGermany, Sulzbach13 November 2014The most consecutive breakdance elbow spins is 18 and was achieved by Benedikt Mordstein (Germany) at the Main-Taunus-Zentrum in Sulzbach, Germany, on 13 November 2014 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day 2014.
10292Largest microphoneQoros Automotive Co., Ltd.5 x 3.1 x 2.3 metre(s)China, Shanghai06 November 2014The largest microphone is the ‘Qoros Super MIC’, measuring 5 m (16 ft 5 in) tall, 3.1 m (10 ft 2 in) wide and 2.3 m (7 ft 6 in) deep, created by Qoros Automotive Co., Ltd and was measured in Shanghai, China on 6 November 2014.
10293Largest M&M mosaicJackson McKenziesquare metre(s)United States, Nampa01 August 2014The largest M&Ms mosaic measures 13.8 m² (148.6 ft²), and was created by Jackson McKenzie (USA), in Nampa, Idaho, USA, on 1 August 2014.
10294Most Ironman triathlon races run on consecutive days (male)Ludovic ChorgnonFrance, Vendôme10 August 2015The most ironman triathlons completed on consecutive days is 41, achieved by Ludovic Chorgnon (France) in Vendôme, Loir-et-Cher, France, from 1 July to 10 August 2015. Chorgnon also completed a double Ironman in Wales, the Melbourne Ironman in Australia and the Ironman du Medoc to bring his total to 44 Ironman triathlons completed within 12 months.
10295Highest altitude haircutMaurice Fiorio5,895 m (19,341 ft) metre(s)Tanzania, Moshi17 January 2015The highest altitude haircut on land is 5,895 m (19,341 ft) and was achieved by Maurice Fiorio (Canada) at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, on 17 January 2015. Mr. Fiorio performed all the necessary steps of the haircut in pre-cut, elevation, texturizing and clean-up.
10296Clay pigeon shooting - fastest 25 targetsTyler Leinbach24.25 second(s)United States, Advance25 July 2015The fastest time to shoot 25 clay pigeons is 24.25 seconds and was achieved by Tyler Leinbach (USA) at River Ranch Sporting Club, Advance, North Carolina, USA, on 25 July 2015. The gun used in this attempt was a Beretta UGB-25 Excel 12-gage shotgun.
10297Largest tiramisuLatte Blanc, Uova Pascolo, Caffè Toto, Despar, Associazione Cons.erva3,015 kg kilogram(s)Italy, Gemona del FriuliThe largest tiramisu is 3,015 Kg (6,646 lb) and was prepared by Associazione Cons.erva, in collaboration with Despar, Latte Blanc, Caffè Toto and Uova Pascolo in Gemona del Friuli, Italy, on 25 May 2015.The largest tiramisu included the following ingredients:350 kg zabaione cream750 lt coffee625 kg mascarpone625 kg cream450 kg savoiardi biscuits250 kg sugar25 kg cocoa25 kg whipped cream
10298Most people caber tossing simultaneously
10299Largest bronze drumGuilin Rayhome Investment Co.,Ltd.4.198 and 2.595 metre(s)China, Guilin16 January 2016The largest bronze drum measures 4.198 m (13 ft 9.28 in) in diameter, 2.595 m (8 ft 6.12 in) in height and was created by Guilin Rayhome Investment Co.,Ltd. (China) in Yangshuo, Guangxi, China on 16 January 2016. The bronze drum is a large scale version of an existing bronze drum, which was unearthed in 1975.
10300Largest display of origami horsesPMQ Management Co. Ltd.11,817 itemsChina, Hong Kong09 March 2015The largest display of origami horses is 11,817 items and was achieved by PMQ Management Co. Ltd. (Hong Kong), in Hong Kong, China verified on 9 March 2015. The display of origami horses was designed by acclaimed Belgian artist Charles Kaisin to celebrate the Chinese New Year. While saying good-bye to the year of the horse, the 11 m high installation was custom-designed in the shape of a goat to welcome the arrival of the Chinese year of the goat. All the horses were hand folded using gold foil, representing fortune, and hung on red string, representing happiness and prosperity in the coming year.
10301Largest serving of lagman soupKazakh Geographic Society687 kg kilogram(s)Kazakhstan, AlmatyThe largest serving of lagman soup weighs 687 kg (1,514.58 lb) and was achieved by the Kazakh Geographic Society (Kazakhstan) in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 1 May 2015. The soup was made following a traditional recipe by a team of 30 chefs in celebration of the 5 year anniversary of the Kazakh Geographic Society and also national unity day in Kazakhstan.
10302Largest cookery lesson - multiple venues
10303Largest gathering of people wearing clogsTaichung City Government5,008 participantsChinese Taipei, Nantun Dist., Taichung City 40820 June 2015The largest gathering of people wearing clogs is 5,008 people and was achieved by Taichung City Government (Chinese Taipei) at Nantun Elementary School, Taichung, Taiwan on 20 June 2015.
10304Largest chocolate bar by areaNadalina, Marinko Biškić102,43 square metre(s)Croatia, Split11 April 2015The largest chocolate bar measured 102.43 square metres (1,102.54 square feet) and was prepared by Marinko Biškić and Nadalina (all Croatia) in Split, Croatia, on 11 April 2015. Made by chocolate manufactures Nadalina to celebrate the firm's 25th anniversary, more than 800 kilograms of dark chocolate (70%) was used in the record-breaking attempt, which was then polished off by locals and tourists. A 15 strong team made the chocolate squares at the chocolate manufacture plant - 902 dark chocolate rectangles and then transported them to the main city square in Split.
10305Fastest time to visit all NFL stadiumsAlicia BarnhartUnited States12 July 2015The fastest time to watch a complete match at all 31 National Football League (NFL) stadiums is 86 days, 10 hours and 25 minutes, and was achieved by Alicia Barnhart (USA) from 13 September 2015 to 7 December 2015. Alicia's record-breaking attempt began inside the O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California and ended inside the FedEx Field, Greater Landover, Maryland.
10306Most blood pressure readings taken in 8 hoursV SenthilbalajiIndia, KARUR-TAMILNADU04 April 2015The most blood pressure readings taken in eight hours is 26,449 and was achieved by V Senthilbalaji, to mark the 67th birthday of Selvi J Jayalalithaa, General Secretary of AIADMK (India), in Karur, India, on 4 April 2015.The event took place with a total of 5 records being attempted Most blood pressure readings in eight hours, Most blood glucose level tests in eight hours, Most lung function tests (spirometry tests) performed in eight hours, Most body mass index (BMI) tests in eight hours and Most eye tests in eight hours.
10307Most lung function tests (spirometry tests) performed in eight hoursV SenthilbalajiIndia, KARUR-TAMILNADU04 April 2015The most lung function tests (spirometry tests) performed in eight hours is 25,177 and was achieved by V Senthilbalaji, to mark the 67th birthday of Selvi J Jayalalithaa, General Secretary of AIADMK (India), in Karur, India, on 4 April 2015. The event took place with a total of 5 records being attempted Most blood pressure readings in eight hours, Most blood glucose level tests in eight hours, Most lung function tests (spirometry tests) performed in eight hours, Most body mass index (BMI) tests in eight hours and Most eye tests in eight hours.
10308Most eye tests performed in eight hoursV SenthilbalajiIndia, KARUR-TAMILNADU04 April 2015The most eye tests performed in eight hours is 25,355 and was achieved by V Senthilbalaji, to mark the 67th birthday of Selvi J Jayalalithaa, General Secretary of AIADMK (India), in Karur, India, on 4 April 2015.The event took place with a total of 5 records being attempted Most blood pressure readings in eight hours, Most blood glucose level tests in eight hours, Most lung function tests (spirometry tests) performed in eight hours, Most body mass index (BMI) tests in eight hours and Most eye tests in eight hours.
10309Longest sideflip (parkour)Guido Reiter5.47 m metre(s)Germany, Köln12 April 2015The longest side flip measured 5.47 m (17 ft 11.3 in) and was achieved by Guido Reiter (Austria), in Cologne, Germany, on 12 April 2015. The record attempt took place during the 2015 FIBO Trade Show.
10310Most different flags flown simultaneouslyRotary International District 5950United States, BloomingtonThe most different flags flown simultaneously is 240 and was achieved at an event organised by Rotary International District 5950 (USA) at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA on 16 May 2015. The flags represented the United Nations member countries as well as the 50 US states.
10311Most consecutive opponents, squash singlesPiotr Misiło100 peoplePoland, Szczecin14 June 2015The most consecutive opponents in squash singles is 100, achieved by Piotr Misilo (Poland) and organised by Klub Sportowy Squash Zone and Sportfit Poland in Szczecin, Poland, from 13 to 14 June 2015. Piotr is a Polish number 1 in the 40+ age category. He required just over 17 hours overall to complete the attempt and won 85 games out of 100.
10312Longest human electrical circuitPLC Sydney1315 peopleAustralia, Sydney20 August 2015The longest human electrical circuit consists of 1,315 participants, achieved by PLC Sydney (Australia) in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 20 August 2015. The attempt took place as part of National Science Week in Australia.
10313Most bank cards flipped and caught in one minuteChen Libin60 itemsChina, FoshanThe most bank cards flipped and caught in one minute is 60 and was achieved by Chen Libin (China) in Foshan, Guangdong, China on 20 May 2015. The record was attempted as part of a team building event held by China Guangzhou Development Bank Credit Card Centre.
10314Largest smoothieMcGill UniversityCanada, Montreal01 September 2015The largest smoothie measures 3,121.7 liters (686.6 gal, 824.7 US gal) and was achieved by McGill University (Canada) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on 1 September 2015. The smoothie included a variety of melons and berries grown at the McGill University farm, and was blended in 15 commercial blenders over the course of four hours.
10315Largest serving of smoked chickenPtitsefabrika Akashevskaya1,903.60 kilogram(s)Russian Federation, Yoshkar-Ola08 August 2015The largest serving of smoked chicken weighs 1,903.6 kg (4,196.72 lb) and was achieved by Ptitsefabrika Akashevskaya (Russia), in Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, on 8 August 2015. The record attempt was organised to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the poultry factory Ptitsefabrika Akashevskaya.
10316Fastest swim relay 1,000 x 50 metresS-win Swimming Group8 hr 4 min 39.85 sec hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Saitama in Japan04 October 2015The fastest swim relay 1,000 x 50 metres is 8 hr 4 min 39.85 sec and was achieved by S-win Swimming Group (Japan) at Omiya Swimming School in Omiya, Saitama, Japan, on 4 October 2015. Swimmers from multiple S-win swimming group schools came to Omiya swimming school to attempt the record.
10317Largest display of handmade sheepPyrenees Presents Inc., City of Greater Geelong, National Wool Museum13,652 itemsAustralia, Geelong11 October 2015The largest display of handmade sheep is 13,652, achieved by the National Wool Museum, City of Greater Geelong and Pyrenees Presents Inc. (all Australia), at the National Wool Museum in Geelong, Australia, on 11 October 2015. The attempt was made to give all participants the chance to be involved in an exhibition at the National Wool Museum. PomPom sheep were handmade by individuals, schools and aged care groups across Australia and were put on a growing public display for three months.
10318Most consecutive wins of Vocal Group of the Year at the Academy of Country Music AwardsRascal FlattsUnited States, Arlilngton2002-2008The most consecutive wins of Vocal Group of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards is 7 achieved by Rascal Flatts (USA) from 2002-2008.The record was announced at the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards which took place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA on 19 April 2015.
10319Most over and under passes in 3 minutesSky Customer Service GroupUnited Kingdom, Sandown Race Course, Esher24 June 2015The most over and under passes in 3 minutes is 194 and was achieved by Sky Customer Service Group (UK), at Sandown Racecourse, Esher, UK, on 24 June 2015. Three teams competed for the record, with team three achieving the highest score of 194 passes.
10320Most advanced character import system in a videogameDragon Age: Inquisition (Bioware, 2014), Unknown22 January 2015Previous Bioware games, including the Mass Effect series and earlier Dragon Age titles, allowed gamers to import the decisions from previous games in their respective series through save files. However, such techniques wouldn't allow players to take their saved progress across platforms and console generations. Bioware's solution to this problem for the Dragon Age series was to create an external website, dragonagekeep.com, on which players could log 300 choices from the previous Dragon Age games, and change them if they desired. These could then be imported into Dragon Age: Inquisition.The game's publisher, EA claims it would take 16,400 times the age of the universe to see each possible world state for one second.

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