Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
10621Fastest electric carRoger Schroer495.140 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville,,Bonneville Salt Flats24 August 2010The highest average speed achieved for an electric vehicle is 495.140 km/h (307.666 mi/h) over a two-way flying mile by Venturi Buckeye Bullet 2 designed and built by engineering students at The Ohio State University at the university's Center for Automotive Research (CAR), driven by Roger Schroer (USA) at the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, USA, on 24 August 2010.
10622First traffic lightsUnknownfirstUK, Parliament Square,London01 January 1900Semaphore-type traffic signals were set up in Parliament Square, London in 1868 with red and green gas lamps for night use. It was not an offence to disobey traffic signals until assent was given to the 1930 Road Traffic Act. Traffic lights were introduced in Great Britain with a one-day trial in Wolverhampton on 11 February 1928. They were first permanently operated in Leeds, W Yorks on 16 March 1928 and in Edinburgh, Scotland on 19 March 1928. The first vehicle-actuated lights were installed by Plessey at the Cornhill-Gracechurch junction, City of London in April 1932.
10623Longest model trainWilmington Railroad Museum Model Railroad Committee282.11 metre(s)United States, Wilmington, North Carolina23 April 2011The longest model train measured 282.11 m (925 ft 6 in) and was made up of 31 locomotives and 1,563 carriages. It was constructed by the Wilmington Railroad Museum Model Railroad Committee (USA) and was presented and measured in Wilmington, North Carolina, USA, on 23 April 2011The scale of the train was 1:87.1 (H0). The scale length of the train is 24.571 km (15.27 miles).
10624Greatest average mileage run daily (year)Tirtha Kumar PhaniIndia, Calcutta,Calcutta and Haora,Urban track between Calcutta and Haora29 June 2007The greatest average mileage run daily is 61.87 km (38.44 miles) and was achieved by Tirtha Kumar Phani (India), from 30 June 2006 to 29 June 2007, in Calcutta, India. Tirtha Kumar Phani of Calcutta, India ran every day, running 22,581.09 km (14,031.15 miles) in total.Tirtha Kumar Phani was the previous record holder in this category.
10625Most TV commercials for the same product (8 hrs) - regional/Free-to-airNAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.Japan, Tokyo21 October 2010The most versions of a TV commercial for the same product broadcast within 8 hours - regional/Free-to-air is 100 and was achieved by NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. (Japan) advertising for Nintendo DS "Solatorobo - Sore Kara CODA e-" on TOKYO MX, in Japan, on 21 October 2010.100 versions of the advert were created as the game software "Solatorobo - Sore Kara CODA e-" consists of 100 chapters.
10626Lightest birth - tripletsCoffey triplets1385 gram(s)United States, Charlottesville30 November 1999With a combined weight of 1,385 g (3 lb 0.8 oz) Peyton (585 g (1 lb 4.6 oz)), Jackson (420g (14.8 oz)) and Blake (380g (13.4 oz)) Coffey (all USA) became the lightest triplets to survive when they were born by emergency Cesarean section at the University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA on 30 November 1998. Peyton was discharged first on 12 March 1999, followed by Blake on 3 April 1999 and Jackson on 9 April 1999.
10627Longest time restraining two aircraftChad Netherland1/0.6 minute(s), second(s)United States, Superior07 July 2007The longest time to prevent the take-off of two Cessna aeroplanes pulling in opposite directions is 1 min 0.6 sec achieved by Chad Netherland (USA) at Richard I. Bong Airport in Superior, Wisconsin, USA, on 7 July 2007.
10628Smallest bird eggGerman crested canary , vervain hummingbirdJamaica05 October 1998The smallest egg laid by any bird is that of the vervain hummingbird (Mellisuga minima) of Jamaica and two nearby islets. Two specimens measuring less than 10 mm (0.39 in) in length weighed 0.365 g (0.0128 oz) and 0.375 g (0.0132 oz).An egg laid on 5 Oct 1998 by a 'posture canary' of the German Crested variety owned by M.J. de Rijck of Heijen, The Netherlands, measured 7 mm (0.275 in)in length, 5.25 mm (0.2 in) in diameter and weighed 0.027 g (0.0009 oz).Eggs emitted from the oviduct before maturity, known as 'sports', are not considered to be of significance.
10629Smallest aircraft, jet aircraftJuan JimenezUnited States, San Juan01 January 2004The smallest jet aircraft is the home-built Bede BD-5J Microjet owned by Juan Jimenez of San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, which weighs 162 kg (358 lb), is 3.7 m (12 ft) long, has a 5.7 m (17 ft) wingspan, and can fly at 483 km/h (300 mph).There are actually several hundred BD-5 aircraft flying, produced and sold in kit form by the Bede aircraft company. However, this is the smallest (by weight) jet engined example.
10630Most games of chess played simultaneously in one locationSports Authority of Gujarat (India)India, Ahmedabad,,University of Gujarat Sports Grounds, Ahmedabad, Gujarat in India.24 December 2010The most games of chess played simultaneously was 20,480 and was achieved by the Sports Authority of Gujarat (India), at the University of Gujarat Sports Grounds, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, in India, on 24 December 2010.The Sports Authority of Gujarat (India) managed to hold chess competitions within all the schools in Gujuart. The winners of these games then went onto the prelimary rounds where they were then coached by the World Chess Champion, Mr Viswanathan Anand. These finalists were then put forward to take part in the Guinness World Records achievement on 24 December 2010, with Viswanathan Anand leading the games on the day. There were 1,024 masters competing against 20,017 participants. Each table was colour coded in either black or white to symbolise the exact squares of a chess board, with each table consisting of 20 players.
10631Largest teeth relative to head size - fishChauliodus sloani (Viperfish)United States30 January 2002Relative to its head size, the fish with the largest teeth is Sloan's viperfish (Chauliodus sloani) which has teeth so large it must open its mouth to make the jaws vertical before it can swallow prey. When the mouth is closed, the teeth overlap the jaws. It eats large prey by lowering the internal skeleton of the gills, allowing the prey to pass into the throat without interference. It can impale prey on the teeth by swimming at them with the first vertebra behind the head acting as a shock absorber. Sloan's viperfish is approximately 28 cm (11 in) long. Its head is about 2 cm (0.8 in) and its teeth are just over half this length.The sides of the viperfish's body are covered with hexagonal pigmented areas, each with one or more small photophores (light-producing organs). Like many other species of deepsea fishes, Viperfish vertically migrate. During the day they are found in deep water (500–2,500 m or 1,640–8,200 ft) but at night these fish swim up into shallower water (less than 600 m or 1,970 ft depth) where food is more plentiful. It feeds mostly on crustaceans and small fishes. The first dorsal fin has light organs which are believed to attract prey.
10632Karting - greatest distance in 24 hours outdoors (individual)Trey Shannon1361.09 kilometre(s)United States, New Castle,,New Castle Motorsports park26 October 2011The greatest distance by kart in 24 hrs outdoors is 1,361.09 km (845.74 miles) achieved by Trey Shannon (USA) at the New Castle Motorsports Park in New Castle, Indiana, USA, from 25-26 October 2011.
10633Highest FITA 18-m archery score by a team of two in 24-hoursMartin Phair, Jamie FowlerUnited Kingdom, Benson18 June 2009The most points scored in 24 hours shooting FITA 18 rounds is 37,359 by Sgt. Martin Phair and Sgt. Jamie Fowler (both UK) at the Royal Air Force Benson Station Gymnasium, Benson, Oxfordshire, UK, from 17-18 June 2009.Phair and Fowler are each members of the RAF Benson Archery Club, aka the Benson Bowmen. Their attempt was overseen by four affiliated members of the Grand National Archery Society as well as 23 other witnesses of all ranks within the RAF. At one point, Phair even achieved the rare "Robin Hood" -- shooting one arrow directly into the back of another.
10634Largest Christmas stockingPubblica Assistenza Carrara e Sezioni51/35/21/63 metre(s)Italy, Carrara (Massa e Carrara)05 January 2011The largest Christmas stocking measured 51 m 35 cm (168 ft 5.65 in) in length and 21 m 63 cm (70 ft 11.57 in) in width (heel to toe) and was produced by the volunteer emergency services organisation Pubblica Assistenza Carrara e Sezioni (Italy) in Carrara, Tuscany, Italy, on 5 January 2011.The event was organised in order to raise money for a charity helping the aged, one of the group’s key functions, and it was also a seasonal celebration for the city of Carrara.Fulfilling the guideline that the stocking had to be filled with presents, the volunteers filled the stocking with balloons containing sweets inside.
10635Largest security lock / padlockAlexei SvistunovRussia, Pavlovo30 December 2003The largest padlock was created by students and teachers of Pavlovo Arts College No. 23, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia and measures 144.3 cm tall, 105 cm wide and 26 cm deep (56.8 in × 41.3 in × 10.2 in). The giant security lock weighs 415.5 kg (916 lb) including the key.There was a crest on top of the padlock but was not included in the overall heigh as it was not an integral part of the padlock.
10636Largest fruit mosaicPingyuan County Committee of the Communist Party of ChinaChina, Pingyuan County,the square of Pingyuan Middle School01 December 2008The largest fruit mosaic consisted of 372,525 fruits, measured 2,220 m?(23,895.79 ft?)and was created for the Fourth Navel Orange Tourism Festival of Pingyuan County by the Pingyuan County Committee of the Communist Party of China and People?s Government of Pingyuan County in Pingyuan County, Guangdong Province, China, on 1 December 2008.The Public Notary office of Pingyuan County helped adjudicator Angela Wu count the number of fruits used and then measure the area of the mosaic. The mosaic consisted of 349,200 navel oranges, 18,172 apples and 5,153 pomelos. It is 60 m long and 37 m wide, with a total area of 2,220 m?.More than 1,000 students from Pingyuan Middle School took part in building the mosaic.
10637Fastest speed barefoot waterskiing (female)Teresa L. Wallace154.63 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Chandler, Arizona16 November 2006The highest barefoot water skiing speed recorded by a female is 154.63km/h (96.08 mph) by Teresa Wallace (USA) at Firebird International Raceway, Chandler, Arizona, USA, on 16 November 2006.
10638Heaviest manJon Brower MinnochUSA01 March 1978The heaviest person in medical history was Jon Brower Minnoch (USA)(1941–83), who had suffered from obesity since childhood. He was 185 cm (6 ft 1 in) tall and weighed 178 kg (392 lb or 28 st) in 1963, 317 kg (700 lb or 50 st) in 1966 and 442 kg (975 lb or 69 st 9 lb) in September 1976. In March 1978, Minnoch was admitted to University Hospital, Seattle, where consultant endocrinologist Dr Robert Schwartz calculated that Minnoch must have weighed more than 635 kg (1,400 lb or 100 st), a great deal of which was water accumulation due to his congestive heart failure.In order to get to University Hospital, Seattle, it took a dozen firemen and an improvized stretcher to move him from his home to a ferry-boat. When he arrived at the hospital, saturated with fluid and suffering from heart and respiratory failure, he was put in two beds lashed together. It took 13 people just to roll him over. After nearly two years on a diet of 1,200 calories per day, he was discharged at 216 kg (476 lb or 34 st). In October 1981 he had to be readmitted, after putting on over 89 kg (197 lb or 34 st). When he died on 10 September 1983 he weighed more than 362 kg (798 lb or 57 st).
10639Largest collection of four-leaf cloversEdward MartinUnited States, Cooper Landing/AlaskaThe record for the largest collection of four-leaf clovers belongs to Edward Martin Sr. from Cooper Landing, Alaska, USA, with 111,060 four-leaf clovers, as of May 2007, which he has been collecting since 1999.
10640Fastest journey on foot - Pan-American highwayGeorge MeeganArgentina, Ushuaia18 September 1983George Meegan (UK) walked 30,431 km (19,019 miles) in a journey that took him from the southernmost point of South America, at Ushuaia, Argentina, to the northernmost point of North America, at Prudhoe Bay in Alaska, USA, taking 2,426 days from 26 January 1977 to 18 September 1983.He thus completed the first traverse of the Americas and the western hemisphere.
10641Largest shoeElectric SekkiHong Kong, Hong Kong ,,The event took place on the pier of the ferry terminal outside Harbour City shopping centre.12 April 2013The largest shoe measures 6.40 m (20 ft 11.97 in) x 2.39 m (7 ft 10.09 in) and is 1.65 m (5 ft 4.96 in) high and was created by Electric Sekki (Hong Kong) in Hong Kong, China, on 12 April 2013.The shoe was a replica of a Superga 2750 shoe, created in order to celebrate the launch of Superga in Hong Kong. Electric Sekki is the exclusive distributor of Superga in Hong Kong and China.
10642Longest inner tube water slideMagic-Eye at Galaxy Erding356.32 metre(s)Germany, Erding18 November 2010The longest inner tube water slide is Magic-Eye at Galaxy Erding, in Erding, Germany, which is the 356.32 m (1,169 ft 0.32 in) long, as ascertained on 18 November 2010 on Guinness World Records Day 2010. Magic-Eye was opened in May 2007, built by Klarer Freizeitanlagen AG, Switzerland and is 22 m (72 ft 2.14 in) high.
10643Largest collection of lipstick prints32 Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) groups across the worldUnited Kingdom, Bury ,Greater Manchester,Castlebrook High School, Parr Lane, Bry, Lancashire, UK.18 February 2011The largest collection of lipstick prints is 54, 949 and was achieved by 32 Pulmonary Hypertension patient groups across the world which was organised by Pulmonary Hypertension Association (UK) at Castlebrook High School, Parr lane, Bury in Lancashire, UK, on 18 February 2011.The lipstick prints were gathered from 32 PH patient groups across the world and this was organised by Pulmonary Hypertension Association (UK). The lipstick prints were gathered and counted at Castlebrook High School where the pupils of the school counted them throughout the attempt day.
10644Largest collection of tortoise and turtle itemsDanny TanSingapore, Tortoise Museum16 June 2005The largest collection of tortoises and turtles is 3,456, which includes over 1,000 live specimens, all of which have been collected by Connie and Danny Tan (Singapore) and are housed in The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum, Singapore.Connie and Danny have been collecting turtles for over 36 years and the museum has been in operation since 2002.
10645Smallest aircraft, twin engineMGI5 CricriNot Applicable19 July 1973The smallest twin-engined aircraft is believed to be the MC-I5 'Cricri' which was first flown 19 July 1973 and has since been reproduced around the world from plans and kits. Designed by the French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban, the 72.56 kg (160 lb) aluminium 'Cricri' (known as the Cricket in the USA) has a wing span of 4.9 m (16 ft) and measures 3.91 m (12 ft 10 in) long. The prototype aircraft was powered by two 6.7 kW (9 hp) Rowena engines.
10646Farthest distance flown in a hang glider (male)Dustin MartinUnited States, Lubbock04 July 2012Flying out of Zapata, Texas, USA, Dustin Martin (USA) and Jon Durand (Australia) set off together on 4 July 2012, with Martin flying his Wills Wing T2C and Durand his Moyes Delta Litespeed RX 3.5. Powered by energy bars and drinks, both men beat the previous record of 700.6 km (435.33 miles), but it was Martin who emerged victorious from this simultaneous 11-hour duel, landing 3 km (1.8 miles) further on than Durand in the Texan city of Lubbock, some 761 km (472.8 miles) from the starting point.
10647Tallest sand sculptureEppo VogelChina, Zhoushan,,Zhujiajian29 September 2010The tallest sand sculpture is 22.43 meters (73 ft 7 in) and was achieved at the 12th Gotone China Zhoushan International Sand Sculpture Festival in Zhujiajian, Zhoushan City, Zhejiang Province, China, on 29 September 2010. The sculpture was titled why Is the Hummingbird King of All Animals, depicting animals such as lions,eagles, monkeys,and other kinds.
10648Largest board game commercially availableJeffry SteinUnited States, Burbank, California, USA13 November 2007The world's biggest commercially available board game is The War Game: World War II, created by Jeffry Stein of Burbank, USA and sold by Pegasus Hobbies. The board measures 197 cm (6 ft 5.6 in) in length and 98 cm (3 ft 2.6 in) in width.The game is available at www.amazon.com
10649Largest stone sculptureAdministrative Commission for Mount Meng200/218 metre(s)China, Pingyi01 January 2004The statue of the God of Longevity is the largest stone carving measuring 200 m (656 ft) wide and 218 m (715 ft) high and is on the northwest side of the peak, Guimeng, in the Meng Shan mountains near Pingyi, Shandong, China.The God of Longevity has a high head, witty long white moustache and is represented with one long stick in one hand and an immortal peach in the other. The statue can be admired from a distance of 20-30 km.
10650Longest sand sculptureTV channel kabel eins, Municipality of the isle of Rügen27.3 kilometre(s)Germany, Rügen12 June 2011The longest sand sculpture measures 27.3 km (16.96 miles) long and was achieved by the infotainment programme Abenteuer Leben, produced by kabel eins (Germany), with the help of 11,000 volunteers. The event took place on Schaabe beach, on the isle of Rügen, Germany, on 12 June 2011.Special non-coastal sand called "Grubensand" was used to build the sculptures. The "Grubensand", whose composition includes up to 10 percent clay, is unwashed by the sea and has therefore a rougher surface that helps the sand grains stick together. Russian sculptors were especially flown in for the record-breaking event. The record attempt was recorded with the aim to broadcast it during the 3 July 2011 episode of the show.

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