Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10441Most cappuccinos made in one hour (individual)Samantha Gardiner353 itemsAustralia, Hobart28 November 2014The most cappuccinos made in one hour is 353 and was achieved by Samantha Gardiner (Australia) at Atlas Espresso in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on 28 November 2014. This is the 3rd time Atlas Espresso in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia has held the record for the most cappuccinos made in one hour.
10442Longest ice-cream dessertManurewa Community596.50 metre(s)New Zealand, Manurewa28 February 2015The longest ice-cream dessert measures 596.50 m (1,957 f 1 in) and was achieved by the Manurewa Community (New Zealand) in Manurewa, Auckland, New Zealand, on 28 February 2015. 250 x 8 litre tubs of ice-cream was used during this attempt.
10443Largest pupusaAlcaldía de Olocuilta4.50 metre(s)El Salvador, Olocuilta, El Salvador09 November 2015The largest pupusa is 4.50 m (14 ft 9 in) in diameter and was made by the Alcaldía de Olocuilta (El Salvador) in Olocuilta, El Salvador, on 9 September 2015. In the traditional style of the region, the pupusa was made with rice flour instead of corn flour. The pupusa was made for Olocuilta's sixth annual pupusa festival.
10444Fastest crossing of America by bicycle (male)Christoph Strasser07:15:56 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United States, Annapolis18 June 2014The fastest crossing of the USA by an individual, as set during the Race Across America (RAAM), was achieved by Christoph Strasser (Austria) in 7 days 15 hours 56 minutes cycling from Oceanside, California, to Annapolis, Maryland, from 10 to 18 June 2014.In 2013 Christoph Strasser became the first person to cross the USA coast to coast in under 8 days when he finished in 7 days 22 hours 11 minutes. He had previously won the race in 2011, posting a time of 8 days 8 hours 6 minutes. The race route varies each year and Strasser's average speed of 16.42 mph is also a record in terms of average speed, far better than his 2013 speed of 15.6 mph.
10445Oldest shipwreckDokosGreece, dokos23 August 1975The oldest shipwreck in the world can be found off the Greek island of Dokos in the Aegean. Peter Throckmorton of the Hellenic Institute of Marine Archaeology first discovered the wreck on 23 August 1975. It was identified by a large pile of pottery 20 metres below the sea, which was dated by archaeologist George Papathanasopoulos to 2200 BC, making the Dokos shipwreck 4,214 years old.The excavation of the wreck, which occurred between 1989 and 1992, was the first to apply up-to-date underwater archaeological techniques of the time to a wreck in Greece. The pots represent one of the largest assemblages of early Helladic pottery. They are believed to be cargo, transported from pottery workshops in the Argolida to smaller settlements around the Gulf of Argos. This makes the Dokos wreck among the earliest evidence for trade in the Aegean.
10446Heaviest tomatoDan MacCoy3.814 kilogram(s)United States, Ely22 August 2014The heaviest tomato weighs 3.814 kg (8.41 lb) was grown by Dan MacCoy (USA) and weighed in Ely, Minnesota, USA, on 22 August 2014. The achievement was authenticated by the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth (GPC).
10447Longest basketball shotElan Buller34.29 metre(s)United States, Oak Park California09 September 2014The longest successful basketball shot measured 34.29 m (112 ft 6 in) and was achieved by Elan Buller (USA) in Oak Park, California, USA, on 9 September 2014. Elan previously held this record before it was broken in 2013.
10448Most sexual health screenings in 24 hours (single venue)SU Wellness Centre at the University of CalgaryparticipantsCanada, Calgary03 April 2014The most sexual health screenings in 24 hours is 502 and was achieved by the SU Wellness Centre at the University of Calgary (Canada) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 3 April 2014.
10449Highest pumping capacity fire engineFerrara Inundator Super PumperUnited States, Holden31 March 2015The highest water flow capacity fire engine is the Ferrara Inundator Super Pumper with a flow rate of 5,492 gallons per minute (20,789 litres per minute) as measured in tests on 31 March 2015. The test was performed under NFPA guidelines.
10450Largest human knotThe 18th Ryokufusai Committee53 participantsJapan, Yokohama25 October 2014The largest human knot was formed and successfully untangled by 53 participants and was made by the 18th Ryokufusai Committee (Japan), at Showa Unicersity, in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan, on 25 October 2014. The challenge was held during the Rokufusal festival of the university at the Yokohama campus.
10451Guinness World Records Expands To The Middle East With Opening Of Dubai OfficeDubai, UAE (26 February 2013) - Guinness World Records, the global authority on record breaking achievement, today announces it has established its Middle East operations with a Dubai office. For the first time Guinness World Records has a Dubai-based official dedicated to working with record-holders and future record-breakers from across the region, as well as delivering record-based business solutions for companies.The move to establish an office in the Middle East is a direct response to the exceptional growth in record-breaking across the region. In 2012, record applications increased from all countries across the Middle East. This growth is typified by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia which have seen record applications increase by 130% and 105% respectively. In turn, numbers of actual record holders for United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have grown by 171% and 66% respectively.The Guinness World Records Middle East office, based on Dubai's Media City, will deliver the complete range of record services from application and assessment to record attempt verification and live record adjudication. Heading the Middle East operations is Talal Omar, who has worked at Guinness World Records HQ in London for the past four years. As the official representative for the Middle East, Talal will focus on developing the record ambitions of individuals, groups and businesses throughout the region.Talal Omar has officiated more than 300 record attempts in the Middle East and 70 in the last 12 months alone. With the move to Dubai, Talal looks forward to welcoming many more record-holders into the record books, as he said: " Dubai is an ideal location for me to connect with the whole Middle East region and now Guinness World Records is officially based here, I predict that we will see our record-breaking increase by 50% and hopefully much, much more. From my experience, the Middle East is ready to lead the world with record-breaking achievements and we have only scratched the surface in the region's talents."Commenting on the Guinness World Records in the Middle East, Alistair Richards, Global Managing Director said: " The Middle East is an important market for Guinness World Records, we have seen record applications growing at an incredible rate year-after-year. By establishing an official presence, and with our new office set to come, I hope we're signalling our commitment to helping the region achieve even greater world record fame."Guinness World Records is also set launch a new version of its website dedicated to the Middle East region later in the year. The new site will focus on record-breaking news from the Middle East, giving record fans greater insight to records being broken in the region and the record holders behind the headlines.Guinness World Records titles achieved in the Middle East in recent years include:Tallest residential building:The tallest residential building is Princess Tower in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), which is 413.4 m (1,356 ft) high and was completed in 2012Largest illuminated advertising sign: The largest indoor illuminated advertising sign measures 174.171 m² (1,874 ft² 108 in²) and was achieved by Nissan Motor Co., LTD, at Dubai International Airport, in Dubai, UAE, on 4 February 2013.Longest driverless metro network:The Dubai Metro is the longest driverless metro network, with two lines totalling 74.694 km (46.41 miles). It was constructed by the Roads and Transport Authority (UAE), in Dubai, UAE, and officially inaugurated on 9 September 2011.Heaviest item moved by road freight: The heaviest object moved by road freight is an evaporator unit weighing 4,891 tonnes (5,391.4 tons), which was achieved by Almajdouie Logistics Company (Saudi Arabia), at Ras Al Khair, Saudi Arabia, on 22 January 2012.Largest book:The largest book measures 5 m x 8.06 m (16.40 ft x 26.44 ft), weighs approximately 1500 kg (3,306 lb) and consists of 429 pages. The book was unveiled by Mshahed International Group, in Dubai, UAE, on 27 February 2012.Farthest distance towing a car by bicycle:The farthest distance towing a car by bicycle is 803 m (2634 ft 6in), achieved by Vasken Melikian (Lebanon), in an event organised by Play For Today, in Beirut, Lebanon, on 7 October 2012The most touches of a football in one hour while keeping the ball in the air:The most touches of a football in one hour while keeping the ball in the airis 8,230 and was achieved by Amr Abdel-Fadeel (Egypt) during Head & Shoulders sports event organised by FAME-Egypt Company, at the Gezira Youth Club, in Cairo, Egypt, on 5 July 2012.
10452Wilson Kipsang takes Guinness World Record title for fastest marathon in BerlinAfter coming agonisingly close two years ago, Kenya's Wilson Kipsang finally made his way into the history books on Sunday in Berlin by breaking the fastest marathon world record.Kipsang clocked a history-making time of 2:03:23 during the BMW Berlin Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race.The 31-year-old’s time beat the previous mark of 2:03:38 set by fellow countryman Patrick Makau in the same race two years ago.Kipsang’s triumph came after he missed out on the record by just four seconds, after winning the 2011 Frankfurt marathon.Speaking after confirmation of the record, Kipsang, who finished third at the London 2012 Olympic Games, said: "I was feeling strong so I decided to push,'' said Kipsang. "I'm very happy that I've won and at breaking the World record." "This is a dream come true 10 years ago, I watched Paul Tergat break the World record in Berlin, and now I have achieved the dream.”
10453Government of Kaifeng City blossoms again for flower record in ChinaIt's now four straight years and four straight Guinness World Records titles for Kaifeng City in China.Today, the People's Governement of Kaifeng City broke the record for the largest carpet of flowers/plants, covering a staggering area of 7,995.4 m² (86,062 ft²).Present to judge the record was official GWR adjudicator Angela Wu, while Rowan Simons, president of GWR Greater China, also joined to present the official record certificate. "I am delighted to witness this amazing official attempt, which opened the 31st Kaifeng Chrysanthemum Culture Festival," Simons said. "It is the 4 th year in succession that the Kaifeng government has worked with GWR and it is a success to be shared by Kaifeng City."Previous records set by the city, known as the City of the Chrysanthemum, include the longest flower structure at the 2010 festival, longest carpet of flowers in 2011, and the largest calligraphy lesson last year.
10454How does Sochi Winter Olympics torch relay compare to other record distances?The tradition of the Olympic torch relay began for the 1936 Games. In the decades since, the relay's route has traveled near and far, high and low, transporting the Olympic flame from Athens to the upcoming competition's host city.Today, the torch arrived in Moscow, having been picked up by Russian hockey superstar Alex Ovechkin in Athens last week. From there, it will traverse more than 65,000 km (40,389 mi) in the hands of more than 14,000 people across 123 days. Final destination: Sochi, home of the 2014 Winter Olympics.Just how long is that? Well, the relay plans to cross into all 83 regions of Russia, the largest country in the world. To give us some perspective, it's the longest planned torch relay for any Winter Olympics ever. And it trails only two Summer Olympics relays, behind only the 86,000 km (53,437 mi) for Athens 2004 and the record-longest 137,000 km (85,127 mi) of Beijing 2008.To give us more perspective, here are how some other record-worthy distances stack up against the epic Olympic route which begins today.JOURNEYS WITHIN A COUNTRYThe inherent advantage of Sochi 2014 in the relay distance records is, of course, that it takes place within Russia, tops among all nations for landmass.Thus it's no surprise that another impressive journey record was also set entirely within the country. The longest journey by car in a single country was 15,793 km (9,813.3 miles) and was achieved by Gennadij Paramonov, Alexey Vorobiev, Alexander Nesterov, Andrey Ivanov, Ilya Novikov, Alexey Simakin, Rafael Usmanov and Denis Solomovich (all Russia), plus Rainer Zietlow (Germany). They drove three Volkswagen Amaroks from Moscow to Petropavlovsk in a journey that ran from Feb. 8 to April 4, 2013.Similarly, there's the longest motorcycle journey in a single country (route map shown above). American Steven Siler hit the open road alone from June 4-30 this year, crossing 29,034.23 km (18,041 miles) of U.S. roads.JOURNEYS ON FEETOf course the draw of the Olympic relay is that it's done mostly on foot or, failing that, primarily by some sort of human power. One of the more incredible such distances in our records is that for the longest journey on crutches. Guy Amalfitano (above) of France traversed 4,004.12 km (2,488.04 miles) in 2011, making his way across France averaging 30 km (18.64 mi) per day.If anybody on the Olympic torch relay wants to get cute and try walking backwards, they'll have a way to go before catching Plennie Wingo. From April 1931 to October 1932, Wingo walked the longest journey backwards, starting in Santa Monica, California, and ending in Istanbul, with the assistance of some cross-ocean travel. In total, Wingo logged 12,875 km (8,000 mi).JOURNEYS WITH JUICEWhile the efforts of those using nothing more than their human will are probably most impressive, you won't get nearly as far as if you've got a little help.Miroslav Oros, for one, took to the skies for the longest journey by powered paraglider (above). For three months in 2011, he went up and down to notch 9,132 km (5,674.35 mi) in the wild blue yonder.And while that in-Russia car journey above was impressive, it's got nothing on the achievement for longest driven journey overall. Showing that love can conquer all - even decades without a home - Emil and Liliana Schmid left Switzerland in their Toyota Land Cruiser in October 1984. Since then, with no permanent home address, they've driven more than 668,485 km (413,653 miles) across 172 different countries and territories.So the Sochi relay certainly finds itself in some amazing company. And we've got a feeling that 123 days from now, the records will only just begin falling.
10455(VIDEO) Watch time-lapse of the tallest sandcastle being builtWhen the first-ever official contender for tallest sandcastle was verified in 1993, it stood at an impressive 6.56 m (21 ft 6 in) high.My how times have changed.Breaking this record for the fourth time in the last 10 years, American sculptor Ed Jarrett has upped the latest measurement to an astounding 11.63 m (38 ft 2 in), constructing his masterwork right off of Jenkinson's Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey.The project took weeks of construction and hundreds of volunteers before its unveiling at the end of October. Now you can watch it all unfold in a mere 22 seconds!videoDubbed "Sandy Castle" due to its original intention to raise money to support those devasted by 2012's Superstorm Sandy, the opus has served as its own symbol of resiliency.Originally started in June, the castle suffered a structural collapse shortly before its initial completion. Jarrett and his group then restarted the build after Labor Day, continuing undeterred. It joins record castles built by Jarrett in 2003 (Maine), 2007 (Maine), and 2011 (Connecticut).The entire fundraising effort has raised more than $50,000 to date for the charity Hometown Heroes.
10456Confirmed: Shawn Dollar sets new biggest wave surfed world record – watch incredible ride herePhoto: Frank Quirarte/Billabong.comGuinness World Records can confirm that Shawn Dollar has entered the record books for surfing the largest wave (paddle-in). Shawn’s history-making ride occurred on December 21, 2012 at the Cortes Bank, an offshore reef 100 miles west of San Diego, California. The maximum face height of the wave has now been verified as 61 feet from trough to crest. Dollar's wave beats Shane Dorian's prior record wave of 57 feet ridden at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii in 2011.videoDollar’s new record caps a remarkable season, with the 32-year-old Californian also walking away with the Billabong XXL Biggest Wave (unlimited) award earlier this month after a jet-ski assisted 61 feet ride, during the same session which saw him set the paddle-in world record.While Shawn’s award-winning unlimited surf was impressive, it was considerably below Garrett McNamara’s Largest Wave Surfed (Unlimited) world record of 78 feet ride set in Nazaré, Portugal in 2001.
10457Engelbert Humperdinck honoured with Guinness World Record ahead of Eurovision Song ContestGuinness World Records has today recognised Engelbert Humperdinck as being the oldest male Eurovision Song Contest entrant.Mr Humperdinck (UK, b. Arnold Dorsey, India, 2 May 1936) will represent the United Kingdom at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest at the age of 76 years 24 days.Humperdinck, who is most fondly remembered for his million-selling 1967 single "Release Me", will perform the track "Love Will Set You Free" at the 57th annual contest, which takes place in Baku, Azerbaijan, on 26 May 2012. On being awarded the record Mr Humperdinck said "I'm proud the achievement and now want to go on to win the competition."Had it not been for the 2012 Russian entry Buranovskiye Babushki (the Buranov Grannies) - a group consisting of eight grandmothers, one of whom, Natalya Pugacheva (reportedly older than Humperdinck), is 76 years old - Humperdinck would have been the oldest ever Eurovision Song Contest entrant, male or female, in the competition's 57-year-history.The first Eurovision Song Contest took place in Lugano, Switzerland, on 24 May 1956.Engelbert Humperdinck previously held the record for the most consecutive weeks on UK singles chart. He stayed on the chart for 56 weeks with "Release Me", from 26 Jan 1967. The record has since been beaten by The Black Eyed Peas with their single "I Gotta Feeling" which spent a record 63 consecutive weeks in the UK Top 75.
10458Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records: Watch a sneak peek of Episode 2Episode 2 of Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records, the programme that showcases the weird and wonderful world of record-breaking goes out at 8pm on ITV2 this Tuesday.Featuring some of the most incredible and peculiar record-breaking attempts, it also features interviews with some of the biggest names from the pages of the Guinness World Records book.This week's installment of the weekly show narrated by Matt Edmondson, features Tom Leppard, the most tattooed senior citizen, the largest human mattress dominoes and an incredible Pig that loves to jump.We'll once again be live tweeting during the show at, giving you links and extra information about some of the records and holders featured.You can join in with the conversation by using the hashtag #bonkersgwr.To watch a teaser of what's in store this week, check out the clip
10459Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2012: Download and share preview part fiveNow in its fifth year, Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition is back with the latest, greatest and most extreme achievements in the world of videogames.Out now in the US and Australia and in the UK on January 19, this year's book is bursting with new and updated records from every genre, along with eye-popping new images, features and trivia with input from interactive experts spanning the globe.We're giving you the chance to collect and share five exclusive extracts from this year's incredible book from our special microsite.Today we've unlocked our fifth and final preview on our special microsite.The extract gives a sneak peek inside the book's MMO and strategy and simulation sections, with features on Blizzard's hugely successful Starcraft series and a look at the multi record-breaking Ultima franchise.To download all five parts of our preview, which also include features on EA's massively popular team-based FPS Battlefield, Ubisoft's historic stealth thriller series Assassins Creed, and super realistic motoring simulation Forza 4, head to
10460Come see the World’s largest videogame controller in LondonTo mark the release of Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2012 in the UK, we're giving the general public a unique chance to play on a record-breaking piece of kit.The world's largest video game controller will be shown off for the first time in the UK this Wednesday in London.For your chance to take photos and play on the gigantic, fully-working gamepad, pop along to Liverpool Street station between 8am and 3pm.Now in its fifth year, Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition highlights the greatest and most extreme achievements in the world of videogames.Out now in the US and Australia, and available in the UK on January 19 th, this year's book is bursting with new and updated records from every genre, along with eye-popping new images, features and trivia with input from interactive experts spanning the globe.Click here to find out more.
10461Besse Cooper 1896-2012: World's oldest woman passes awayBesse Cooper, the world's oldest living person, passed away on Tuesday. She was 116.Besse, from Monroe, Georgia, USA, was first certified as the world's oldest person by Guinness World Records, in conjunction with The Gerontology Research Group, in January 2011.Born in Tennessee in 1896, Besse moved to Monroe, during World War One in search of work as a teacher. She married her husband Luther in 1924, and they had four children. She leaves behind 12 grandchildren and more than a dozen great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.Dina Manfredini of Johnston, Iowa, USA, inherits the title of oldest living person. Dina was born on April 4th 1897 in Italy and moved to the USA in 1920. She is 115."At 116 years and 100 days, Ms Cooper's extraordinary life places her among the ten oldest people ever verified in history, and one of only eight people to reach the age of 116," said Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday.Pictured above: Besse is presented with her Guinness World Records certificate by Senior Gerontology Consultant Robert Young in 2011"We were proud to celebrate the life of Ms Cooper in our most recent editions, and pleased that we were able to share the story of this remarkable woman."
10462Guinness World Records Classics: Check out Remington, the amazingly tall horse from TexasEach week here on, we’ll be dipping into our extensive video library to bring you a classic piece of record-breaking action.
10463Furious 7 speeds past Avatar to take fastest $1billion box office gross world recordGuinness World Records can today confirm that Furious 7 has set the record for Fastest time for a movie to gross $1 billion at the global box office.
10464Guinness World Records to verify Chinese social mediaGuinness World Records, the global authority on record breaking achievement, today announced it is to accept claims for the first time from leading Chinese language social media and communications platforms.Verified and accepted Guinness World Records titles will include “Most followers” and “Most simultaneous users”.Speaking in Beijing, GWR Greater China President Rowan Simons said: “Extending record breaking into China’s thriving social media space has been a priority since we opened our office here in 2012 and we have now established the official Guidelines for verifying records on the top Chinese platforms. We expect the first new record announcements to come in the coming weeks”.The PRC holds already the Guinness World Records title for “Most internet users (country)” and, by the end of 2013, the country had 618 million netizens, representing 45.8% of the total population. The leading China-based social media platforms to be verified by Guinness World Records include QQ (IM), (Sina) Weibo and Baidu Tieba.Simons continued, “Internationally, GWR already recognizes records on several social media platforms, but this is the first time we are looking at players predominantly serving the Chinese language market. We are talking about truly massive social networks that use humanity’s most common language to link almost a quarter of all internet users, so we are excited to recognize the groups and individuals who lead in popular record categories, such as Most followers.”
10465In pictures: Incredible 3D street art sets anamorphic painting records in ChinaFamed Chinese stereography artist Yang Yongchu and his team have set a pair of new world records with an amazing piece of 3D street art.Named Rhythms of Youth, the painting was unveiled earlier this month at the Communication University of China, in Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.Created as a gift to commemorate the upcoming 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games, the artwork, which measures 2,622.882 m² (28,232 ft² 50.4 in²), has set two new world records for Largest anamorphic painting and Longest anamorphic painting.The piece features the mascot of the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games, as well as the nearby snow mountain, and the Yangtze River.Yang Yongchun, said: 'It took my team more than 20 days to finish the painting on the ground.'Every day, we worked on it from daybreak when we could barely tell the colours apart until it turned too dark to see anything.'The giant street painting is schedule to stay open to the public for next two months on the
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10468Guinness World Records Comes to Life with Augmented Reality at Garden State Plaza Today!Want to see your photos & videos from the event? Click here!videoTo demonstrate the latest Guinness World Records® 2013 edition's new augmented reality feature, Guinness World Records is hosting a free event from now through Saturday in Paramus, New Jersey, United States, where families can pose with virtual record holders.The eye-popping augmented reality technology gives visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Guinness World Records by posing next to life-sized projections of: - Sultan Kosen, the "Tallest Living Man" at 8 ft 3 in - Billy Leon and Benny Loyd McCrary, the "Heaviest Twins" - Ian Stewart, who holds the title for "Most Chainsaw Juggling Catches" - The Great White Shark, the "Largest Predatory Fish" - Sauropod Amphicoelias, the "Longest Dinosaur Ever"Attendees are encouraged to take pictures or video of these virtual images and share them with friends and family via social media and email. The Guinness World Records 2013 book will also be available for purchase on site as a keepsake of the memorable experience.Check out Guinness World Records LIVE at:Neiman Marcus Court at Westfield Garden State Plaza Mall 1 Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJWednesday, October 24th - Saturday October 27th10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10469The Avengers smash Harry Potter box office record for best opening weekendAction superhero movie The Avengers has set a new record for the biggest US box office opening weekend, pulling in an incredible $200.3 million (£124.2 million) in ticket sales.The previous record holder, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011), had an opening weekend of $169.2 million.Distributor Disney has estimated that The Avengers is also on its way to become the first movie ever to make $200 million in a single weekend. (The final weekend count has yet to be released.)The Joss Whedon-directed movie has already sold $641.8 million's worth of tickets worldwide, out-grossing The Hunger Games to become 2012's top selling film so far.The film stars Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, and Samuel L Jackson. (Jackson is the current Guinness World Record holder for the highest-grossing movie actor of all time.)On its opening day at the UK box office last month, The Avengers ( Avengers Assemble in the UK) made £2.5 million.This is the third biggest opening of all time in the UK, behind Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith.
10470Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records: Watch a sneak peek of Episode 8We've hit episode eight of Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records, the programme that brings together the weird and wonderful world of record-breaking. Viewers in the Uk can tunes at 8pm on ITV2 tonight to see some of the most entertaining Guinness World Records and the brilliant characters who set them. Show eight sees such incredible feats as Spanish whizz kid David Kalvo record the fastest ever time to complete two Rubik cubes simultaneously underwater, and the fearless Sandra Kier from Germany quite literally smashing the record for the fastest time to run through ten locked doors. As always, we'll be live tweeting during the show at, giving you links and extra information about some of the records and holders featured. You can join in with the conversation by using the hashtag #bonkersgwr. To watch a teaser of what's in store this week, check out the clip

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