Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10381Best-selling analogue TV brand - currentOnida1,018,700 unit(s) soldIndia, MumbaiThe current best-selling analogue TV brand is Onida (India) with approximately 1,018,700 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling analogue TV brand is Videocon (India) with approximately 339,600 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
10382Largest artificial Christmas treeGZ ThinkBig CultureCommunication Co.,Ltd.55 metre(s)China, 广州25 December 2015The largest artificial Christmas tree measures 55 metres (180.4 feet) and was achieved by GZ ThinkBig Culture Communication Co.,Ltd. (China), in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China on 25 December 2015. Including the star on top, the tree measures 56 m (183.4 ft). The diameter of the bottom of the tree is 22 m, and the circumference is 69 m. The tree was covered with green synthetic foliage and decorated with ornaments and lamps.
10383Largest serving of grilled chickenSimplemente Parrilla La Balanza6,487.9 kilogram(s)Uruguay, Maldonado27 February 2016The largest serving of grilled chicken weighed 6,487.9 kg (14,303.5 lbs) and was achieved by Simplemente Parrilla La Balanza (Uruguay) in Maldonado, Uruguay, on 27 February 2016. Proprietor Alberto Sena sponsored the 6,000 Pollos Asados event to raise money for repairs to The Gines Cairo Medina Nursing Home. Over 76 volunteers and grill masters cooked 6,000 whole chickens on 12 27-meter long grills, in countryside Uruguayan style.
10384Highest score on GWR football (soccer) target challenge in one minuteGarrett Hilbert100 point(s)United Kingdom, London18 December 2015The highest score on GWR football (soccer) target challenge in one minute is 100 and was achieved by Garrett Hilbert (USA) on the set of Dude Perfect at the Hive Stadium in London, UK, on 18 December 2015. This record attempt took place at the Hive Stadium Barnet FC football ground.
10385Longest line of hamburgersKuwait Food Co. (Americana)306.27 metre(s)Kuwait, Kuwait,,Shikha Salwa Al Sobah hall.The longest line of hamburgers is 306.27 m (1,004 ft 10 in) and was achieved by The Kuwait Food Co. Americana (Kuwait), in Kuwait city, Kuwait, on 30 May 2009.2,500 hamburgers from Hardees restaurant were used to make the line. The ingredients were: buns, beef burger, cheese, ketchup. The line was assembled in the form of the Kuwait towers.
10386Loudest crunch of an appleArthur Green79.1 decibel(s) (C-weighted)New Zealand, Auckland24 February 2016The loudest crunch of an apple is 79.1 dB(C) and was achieved by Arthur Green (New Zealand), at Roundhead Studios on Auckland, New Zealand, on 29 February 2016. The apple eaten was a SweeTango&trade apple provided by the Yummy Fruit Company who also donated 5,000 apples to the Auckland City Mission.
10387Largest lipstick sculptureWTCmore, Agne Kisonaite18,399 itemsChina, Hong Kong10 November 2015The largest lipstick sculpture contains 18,399 lipsticks and was achieved by Agne Kisonaite (Lithuania) and sponsored by WTCmore (HK) in Hong Kong, China on 10 November 2015. The sculpture was constructed mainly in Agne's home country of Lithuania before being transported to Hong Kong to be finished and put on display. The sculpture measures 3.03 m in height.
10388Longest marathon playing rugby unionExecutive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality27, 3, 41 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)South Africa, Nelson Mandela Bay30 October 2015The longest marathon playing rugby union is 27 hrs 3 min 41 sec, achieved by the Executive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (South Africa), in Nelson Mandela Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa, on 30 October 2015. The attempt took place at the Dan Qeqe Stadium between Camagu and Iza Fana. Both teams were made up of players from local clubs.
10389Most popular videogame superheroSpider-ManNot ApplicableOctober 2015Narrowly beating his brooding, DC Comics nemesis Batman (32 solo videogames), Marvel's Spider-Man was the most prolific videogame superhero as of October 2015. From 1982 debut Spider-Man on Atari 2600, to Gameloft's endless runner Spider-Man: Unlimited (2014), the web-slinger had headlined 37 videogames across 32 formats. Spidey had also appeared in nearly 20 "non-solo" titles, such as Marvel Super Hero Squad (2011), Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2014), six Marvel vs Capcom games (1997–2012), and even in a boss battle in the 1989 ninja game The Revenge of Shinobi. Spider-Man has also been a popular figure on pinball tables, handheld LCD games, PC activity packages and a plug-and-play TV game.
10390Tallest Calavera CatrinaMunicipio de Zapotlanejo18.775 metre(s)Mexico, Zapotlanejo01 November 2015The tallest Calavera Catrina is 18.77 m (61 ft 7.17 in) tall and was created by was created by the Municipio de Zapotlanejo (Mexico) as part of a giant Day of the Dead offering in the Plaza Principal, Zapotlanejo, Jalisco, Mexico, on 1 November 2015. The Calavera Catrina, including its clothes, was created by local people from Zapotlanejo, and it was the highlight of a Day of the Dead altar that was created throughout the city center.
10391Most people skipping on the same ropeWat Lam Nao School, Superjeew Event Co.Ltd300 participantsThailand, 11 January 2016The most people skipping on the same rope at the same time is 300, achieved by Wat Lam Nao School and Superjeew Event Co.Ltd (both Thailand), in Bangkok, Thailand on 11 January 2016. All participants completed 25 full rotations of the skipping rope over the required 12 to set the record.
10392Largest book pyramid
10393Tallest teaselAlma Joan Turner2.74 metre(s)United Kingdom, Scarborough06 August 2015The tallest teasel (Dipsacus fullonum) is 2.74 m (9 ft) tall, and was grown by Alma Joan Turner (UK) in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK, as verified on 6 August 2015. Alma found the teasel growing in her back garden.
10394Most high fives in relay in three minutesPSA Finance, Santander ConsumerUnited Kingdom, Bognor Regis10 December 2015The most high fives in relay in three minutes is 379 and was achieved by Santander Consumer (UK) & PSA Finance (UK) at Butlins in Bognor Regis, UK, on 10 December 2015. Twenty five participants took part in this record attempt during a team build event. On the day, two more records were also achieved for the fastest time to pass eight jumpers through a team of eight and for the most people playing wrist bells.
10395Most capital cities named in one minuteBennett HaseltonUnited States, Bellevue12 December 2015The most capital cities named in one minute is 58 and was achieved by Bennett Haselton (USA) in Bellevue, Washington, USA on 12 December 2015.Bennett developed a custom computer program to help his partner read the country names.
10396Best-selling laptop brand – currentLenovo20,698,100 unit(s) soldChina, The current best-selling laptop brand is Lenovo (China) with approximately 20,698,100 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling laptop brand is HP (USA) with approximately 18,131,600 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research
10397Best-selling laptop company – currentLenovo Group Ltd21,233,300 unit(s) soldChina, The current best-selling laptop company is Lenovo Group Ltd (China) with approximately 21,233,300 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling laptop company is Hewlett-Packard Development Co LP (USA) with approximately 19,214,800 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research
10398Most expensive painting from the 20th century sold at auctionPablo Picasso179,400,000 US dollar(s)United States, New YorkSpanish artist Pablo Picasso’s 1955 work Les femmes d'Alger (Version O) was sold for $179.4 m (£125.8 m) in an auction at Christie’s in New York, USA, on 11 May 2015. The sum realized was well in excess of Christie’s estimate of $140 m (£98.2 m). The painting is one of a series of 15 works by Picasso inspired by French Romantic artist Eugène Delacroix’s 1834 masterpiece Women of Algiers. The auction, of artworks spanning the 20th century, also saw the sale of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti’s 1947 work L’homme au doigt (Pointing Man) for $141.3 m (£99 m). Thirty-four pieces in total were sold, raising $705.9 m (£495.1 m), shattering the pre-auction estimate by Christie’s of $500 m (£350.7 m).
10399Speed Skating, Short-track, 3,000 m relay (women)Ha-Ri Cho, Suk Hee Shim, Alang Kim, Seung-Hi Park04:06.215 minute(s), second(s)Russian Federation, Kolomna17 November 2013The fastest short-track speed skating 3,000 metres relay by a female team is 4 min 06.215 secs and was achieved by South Korea, represented by Seung-Hi Park, Alang Kim, Suk Hee Shim and Ha-Ri Cho at the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup event at the Kolomna Speed Skating Centre in Kolomna, Russia, on 17 November 2013. The record-breaking South Korea team would go on to win Olympic Gold in Sochi just months later.
10400Fastest time to remove 6 caps using an excavatorZhu Fei21 second(s)China, 13 January 2015The fastest time to remove 6 caps using an excavator is 21 seconds and was achieved by Zhu Fei (China) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 13 January 2016. Zhu Fei went head to head with another challenger on the show, comfortably beating his opponent's time of 28 seconds.
10401Fastest Test match hundred (male)Brendon McCullumNew Zealand, Christchurch20 February 2016In his 101st and final Test match, against Australia at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, New Zealand, on 20 February 2016, New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum smashed a 54-ball hundred – featuring 16 fours and four sixes – in just 79 minutes. He reached three figures two balls faster than the previous record for the fastest Test hundred, set by Viv Richards (West Indies) in 1986 and matched by Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan) in 2014. It was New Zealand captain McCullum's 12th Test hundred, in his 175th innings. He went from 82 to 100 in just four balls, with a six and three consecutive fours.McCullum was finally dismissed for 145, off 79 balls. His completed innings included six sixes, to take him clear of Adam Gilchrist (100 Test sixes) for the most sixes hit in a Test match career (106).McCullum was reprieved on 39, when he was caught off a no-ball.Viv Richards (Antigua) hit a 56-ball ton for the West Indies against England at Antigua Recreation Ground in St John's, Antigua, on 15 April 1986. Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan) equalled Richards' feat against Australia at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on 2 November 2014. Like McCullum, both Richards and Misbah were captains at the time they scored their record-breaking hundreds.By comparison, the fastest hundred in a One-Day International was achieved in 31 balls by AB de Villiers (South Africa) against the West Indies on 18 January 2015, and the fastest Twenty20 International hundred was set in 45 balls by South Africa's Richard Levi against New Zealand on 19 February 2012.At the end of the first day's play in Christchurch, Australia were 57 for 1 in reply to New Zealand's 370 all out. The hosts were in trouble at 32 for 3 when McCullum came to the crease. After his dismissal, they had raced to 253 for 5."I was trying to hit every ball for four or six," said McCullum. "Viv [Richards] was my idol growing up, he was an incredible cricketer. I'm almost a little bit embarrassed to go past him, to be honest."
10402Largest kite mosaicChartoar Education Soicety1,360.19 square metre(s)India, Anand13 January 2016The largest kite mosaic is 1,360.19 m² (14,641 ft²) and was achieved by Charotar Education Society (India), in Anand, Gujarat, India, on 13 January 2016. The mosaic was made the day before the festival of Uttarayan which in Gujarat is celebrated as a kite festival. The image of a dove features to signify peace and also to raise awareness of considering the safety of birds when flying kites. Around 14,000 kites were used in the mosaic image.
10403Longest "high-five" chainSacred Hearts High School2,711 participantsChinese Taipei, Douliu City04 December 2015The longest "high five" chain consists of 2,711 participants and was achieved by Sacred Hearts High School (Chinese Taipei) in Douliu, Yunlin, Taiwan on 4 December 2015. The record was attempted for celebrating the school's 55th birthday, the overall length of the line is 1958 metres, the whole attempt lasted 48 minutes.
10404Most clothes pegs held in the hand in one minuteDavid Silva21 a unit not listed belowUnited States, Hollywood18 October 2015The most clothes pegs held in the hand in one minute is 21 and was achieved by David Silva (USA) at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood, California, USA on 18 October 2015. Achieved at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood, CA.
10405Largest flag flown while skydiving (parachute jump)Larry Compton1,436.22 square metre(s)Qatar, Doha10 December 2015The largest flag flown while skydiving measures 1,436.22 m² (15,458.34 ft²) and was achieved by Larry Compton (USA), in an event organized by Lekhwiya, in Doha, Qatar, on 10 December 2015. The flag measured 60.6 m in length and 23.7 m in width.
10406Longest continuous vocal noteAlpaslan Durmuş1:52 minute(s), second(s)Turkey, Istanbul08 February 2016The longest continuous vocal note is 1 min 52 sec and was achieved by Alpaslan Durmuş (Turkey) at the Kipdaş Mühendislik, Instanbul, Turkey, on 8 February 2016. The note was sustained above the required decibel threshold from a measurement distance of 2.5 metres.
10407Largest box of chocolate barsMeiji Corporation2044 kilogram(s)Japan, Tokyo29 January 2016The largest box of chocolate bars weighs 2,044 kg (4,506 lb 3.97 oz) and was made by Meiji Corporation (Japan) at Koto Supporting Centre in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, on 29 January 2016.The box is a replica of a box for Meiji milk chocolate bars. The box is 16 times bigger than the original box and measures 122.7 (depth) cm x 241.5 cm (width) x 110.0 cm (height). The box was filled with about 40,000 chocolate bars. Meiji Corporation attempted the record for celebrating the 90th anniversary of their milk chocolate bars. All of the chocolate bars used to attempt the record will be distributed to public at 6 outlets for 10 days.
10408Most plyometric push ups in one minuteAhmed Valentino Kerigo9 timesChina, 11 January 2016The most plyometric push ups in one minute is 9 and was achieved by Ahmed Valentino Kerigo (Norway) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 11 January 2016. While the platform was set at 1 m for this attempt, Ahmed can perform a plyometric push up to a height of over 1.3 m.
10409Most subscribers on YouTubePewDiePie, Felix Arvid Ulf KjellbergNot Applicable01 February 2016As of 22 February 2016, the all-time most subscribed YouTube channel is "PewDiePie", with 42,356,796 subscribers. "PewDiePie" – aka Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, of Sweden – is a games reviewer, who posts over-the-top commentaries of games while playing them. As of the same date, his videos have received 11,277,379,833 views. In February 2016, a new web series called Scare PewDiePie launched on pay-for service YouTube Red in which Kjellberg walks around sets inspired by horror videogames that he has played.
10410Largest gathering of people dressed as comic book charactersSalt Lake Comic Con1,784 participantsUnited States, Salt Lake City25 September 2015The largest gathering of people dressed as comic book characters is 1,784, achieved by the Salt Lake Comic Con (USA) in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on 25 September 2015.Per the guidelines, independent comic book experts screened the participants upon entry to verify that all characters originated in comic books, and not in other forms of media.

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