Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10801Largest English breakfast commercially availableThe Hard Boiled Egg Café3.928 kilogram(s)Ireland, Cavan town01 March 2010The largest commercially available English breakfast weighs 3.928 kg (8 lb 10 oz) and is available for €19.95 (£15.93 $24.81) on the menu at the Hard Boiled Egg Café (Ireland), Cavan town, County Cavan, Ireland, as of 29 August 2009.
10802Largest seashell mosaicDubai police147 square metre(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai,Dubai police headquarters in Dubai17 January 2010The largest seashell mosaic measures 147 m2 (1873 ft2) and was achieved by Dubai police (UAE) at Dubai police headquarter in Dubai, UAE, on the 17 January 2010.The seashell mosaic was 13.81 m (45 ft 3 in) long and 12.62 m (41ft 5 in) wide and consisted of 59,835 shells all from UAE shores.130 people worked on the project which took 45 days to complete.
10803Farthest distance wakeboarding in 24 hours (male)Igor Deranja514 kilometre(s)Croatia, Pula16 September 2010The greatest distance wakeboarding in 24 hours (male) was 514 km (319.38 mi) by Igor Deranja (Croatia) in the Adriatic Sea on 15-16 September 2010. Deranja was towed between the cities of Crikvenica and Pula, as well wakeboarding around an open water circuit in the city of Porec midway through the journey.
10804Most films seen in one yearMaggie Correa-AvilésPuerto Rico, San Juan31 December 2010The most films seen in one year is 1,132 and was achieved by Maggie Correa-Avilés (Puerto Rico) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2010. Maggie watched 138 films in January, 190 in February, 129 in March, 126 in April, 77 May, 140 June, 109 in July, 57 August, 74 in September, 22 in October, 36 in November and 34 in December. Maggie Correa-Avilés is an attorney in Puerto Rico and has been a movie enthusiast since her early childhood. Her father was a movie actor in Mexico during the 1950's and 1960's. Furthermore, for the last two years Maggie has been a member of Puerto Rico's selection committee for the Oscar's Foreign Language Film category. Throughout the year, Maggie watched most of the films with her small dog Morgana the Boston terrier. The first film she watched at the start of her the year was Bell, Book and Candle (1959) and the last film she watched was The Little Fockers (2010).
10805Largest swordSheikh Mohammed bin Hamad, the Crown Prince of Fujairah14.93 metre(s)United Arab Emirates, Fujairah ,,Al Saif roundabout16 December 2011The largest sword measures 14.93 m (48 ft 11.79 in) and was achieved by Fujairah Crown Prince Award (UAE) at the Al Saif roundabout and Fujairah Fort, in Fujairah, UAE, on 16 December 2011.The sword itself is located in the middle of the Al Saif roundabout and was measured there using a Disto D8 and a crane was used to inspect the quality of the sword from top to bottom. The presentation of the award was given at Fujairah fort where the annual ceremony for the Crown Prince Award-Al Saif took place. Independent surveyors were on hand from the UAE army who had provided the specialised crane equipment to verify the measurements.
10806Largest afro (female)Aevin Jude DugasUnited States, New Orleans04 October 2010The largest afro measures 18.5 cm (7.3 in) high, 19.6 cm (7.7 in) wide and 132.1 cm (4 ft 4 in) in circumference and was achieved by Aevin Dugas (USA), in New Orleans, USA on 4 October 2010.
10807Most holes-in-one on the same hole (in competition)Kunihiro KamiiJapan, Itoshima29 August 2010The most hole-in-ones on the same hole in competitive play was two by Kunihiro Kamii (Japan) on the eighth hole of the Keya Golf Club in Itoshima, Japan, on 26 August and 28 August 2010. Kamii sunk both aces in the same tournament - the 2010 Vana H Cup KBC Augusta - on the Japan Golf Tour. The eighth hole is a 187-yard, par-3.
10808Largest collection of Rowland Hill memorabiliaBhanu Pratap Singh1671 itemsIndia, Raipur,,The claimant's home16 March 2013The largest collection of Rowland Hill memorabilia belongs to Bhanu Pratap Singh (India), with 1,671 different items as of 16 March 2013, in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.Bhanu Pratap Singh's collection consists of philatelic material on Sir Rowland Hill. Bhanu Pratap Singh has been a collector since the age of 9.
10809Longest folding screenMunicipality of PapalotlaMexico, Papalotla01 December 2010The longest folding screen was 61 m (200 ft 1 in) long and unveiled by the municipality of Papalotla in Papalotla, Mexico, on 1 December 2010. The wooden folding screen - which stood 2.8 m (9 ft 2 in) high - was adorned with paintings representing each of the 121 municipalities in the state of Mexico in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Mexican revolution.Mike Janela adjudicated.
10810Heaviest object sword-swallowedThomas BlackthorneGermany, Cologne23 November 2007The heaviest object sword-swallowed is a Dewalt D25980 demolition hammer weighing 38kg (83lb 12 oz). Thomas Blackthorne (UK) swallowed the 24mm (.94 inch) thick drill bit, then held the full weight of the hammer and bit for over 3 seconds, on the set of "Guinness World Records - Die Größten Weltrekorde", in Cologne, Germany, on 23 November 2007. The hammer was switched on.
10811Most push ups in 12 hoursPaddy DoyleUnited Kingdom, BirminghamThe most push ups completed in 12 hours is 19,325 by Paddy Doyle (UK) at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Birmingham, UK, on 1 May 1989.
10812Largest data warehouseSAP, BMMsoft, HP, Intel, NetApp and Red HatUnited States, Dublin,,HP Lab, Santa Clara, California17 February 2014The largest data warehouse contains 12.1 petabytes (12,100 terabytes) of raw data, achieved by a collaboration between SAP, BMMsoft, HP, Intel, NetApp and Red Hat at the SAP Co-location Lab, Santa Clara, California, USA, on 17 February 2014.
10813Largest parade of Ducati motorcyclesMonster Owners Belgium405 participantsBelgium, Hamme21 September 2008The largest parade of Ducati Motorcycles consisted of 405 Ducati Monsters and was organized by the Monster Owners Belgium Club (Belgium). The parade took place in Hamme, Belgium, on 21 September 2008.All bikes were Ducati Monsters, however the category is open to any type of Ducati bike.
10814Largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabiliaRebecca FloresUnited States, Beachwood29 April 2009The largest collection of Coca-ColaTM memorabilia belongs to Rebecca Flores (USA), with 945 different items as of 15 December 2008, which she has been collecting since 2005.The 15 year old's collection started in December 2005, and the first object in her collection was a 80z bottle. Her collection is displayed in the dining room of her house which she painted red and white to match the Coca-Cola theme. Her favourite items include two original vending machines.
10815Largest contract to export AMRAAM weapon systemRaytheon284000000 US dollar(s)United States, 01 January 2007The largest contract for any advanced medium-range air-to-air missiles (AMRAAM) is the $284-million (£114.6-million) deal by US manufacturer, Raytheon, to supply the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) with 200 Sidewinder AIM-9M – 8/9 and 500 AIM-120C5 AMRAAM missiles, which was announced in January 2007. This marks the biggest single export order in the history of the AIM-120 programme and gives the PAF a beyond visual range, active radar, air to air capability for the first time. The PAF’s F-16 aircraft will be armed with these missiles.
10816Most expensive cognac sold at auctionCognac Croizet Hong Kong Limited (China)1000000 YuanChina, Shanghai,The Swatch Art Peace Hotel24 September 2011The most expensive cognac was an 1858 bottle of Pre-Phylloxera Cognac called Cuvee Leonie which was sold at auction by Cognac Croizet Hong Kong Limited (China) for 1,000,000 CNY (£101,293.75) at The Swatch Art Peace Hotel, in Shanghai, China, 24 September 2011.The auction took place in Shook Restaurant which is located in The Swatch Art Peace Hotel and was officiated by China's biggest and most recognised auction house, The Shanghai International Commodity Auction Company LTD. The auction was organised by Alexander Shponko who is the President of Cognac Croizet Hong Kong Limited and Jason Gillot the President of International Marketing. There were 85 bidders and guests and the winning bidder was Ms Maggie Vong who purchased three bottles Lot 001 Reserve Prive 35- From Croizet's private reserve for RMB 78,000, Lot 005 Cuvee Ouverture-Exclusive three bottle collection (released just from this auction) for RMB 90,800 and finally the most expensive bottle sold was the Lot 009 Cuvee Leonie- a Pre Phylloxera Cognac dating back to the single harvest of 1858 for RMB 1,000,000The total amount for the three lots came to CNY 1,168,800.
10817Largest orchestra playing on recycled materialsNew Taipei City Government1235 peopleChinese Taipei, Taipei23 June 2012The largest orchestra playing on recycled materials consisted of 1,235 participants and was organised by New Taipei City Government in New Taipei City, Chinese Taipei, on 23 June 2012.All had individual drums made of recycled plastic cones.
10818Largest amethyst geodeShandong Tianyu Museum of Natural HistoryChina, Pingyi County ,Linyi City27 October 2008The largest amethyst geode measures 3 m (9 ft 10 in) long, 1.8 m (5 ft 10 in) wide, 2.2 m (7 ft 2 in) high and weighs 13 tonnes (28,660 lb). It is displayed in Shandong Tianyu Museum of Natural History (China) in Shandong, China.
10819Longest beard - living maleSarwan Singh2.495 centimetre(s)Italy, Rome04 March 2010The longest beard measures 2.495 m (8 ft 2.5 in) and belongs to Sarwan Singh (Canada) when measured in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, on 8 September 2011. It was initially measured on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 4 March 2010 where it then measured 7 ft 9 in. The record was first part of the Italian TV show "Lo Show dei Record" and when re-measured in September 2011 for a US based TV show it showed to have grown much longer.“Without my beard, I’m not me. I’m pretending to be someone I’m not.”
10820Longest non-stop single-track cable carBa Na Cable Car Service Joint Stock Company , The VuVietnam, Da Nang,Ba Na Hills29 March 2013The longest non-stop single track cable car is 5,801 m (19.032 ft) and was achieved by Ba Na Cable Car Service Joint Stock Company, Vietnam, in Ba Na Hills, Da Nang City, Vietnam, and was opened to the public on 29 March 2013.
10821Largest Rubik's Cube mosaicJosh Chalom277.18 square metre(s)China, Macau SAR China07 December 2012The largest Rubik's Cube mosaic measures 277.18 m² (2,983.54 ft²) and was created by Josh Chalom (USA) and unveiled at One Central Macau, China on 7 December 2012. The mosaic depicted an image of some famous views in Macau. There are 85,626 cubes were used to create the mosaic. The mosaic measures 68.78 m (225 ft 7.87 in) by 4.03 m (13 ft 2.66 in).
10822Most valuable sundialChristy Chin667225.08 US dollar(s)Korea (South), Gaangwon01 December 2008The most valuable sundial is the Yanggu's gold sundial with an estimated value of 811,690,000 South Korean Won (£405,244.27 $667,225.08). It is made of 2 kg (4 lb 6 oz) of pure gold, 2.3 kg (5 lb) of 18K gold plating, and 8.5 ton of bronze (18,739 lb) and manufacture by NATURE SPACE CO., LTD, in Yang-gu, Gangwon Province, South Korea, from June to December 2008.Its height is 7.70 m, diameter 4.73 m.
10823Most magic tricks underwater in three minutesAlessandro PolitiItaly, Milan25 April 2009The most magic tricks performed underwater in three minutes is 13 by Alessandro Politi (Italy) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 25 April 2009.This record is measured by the number of completed magic routines in 3 minutes underwater using breathing equipment. In general terms only magic routines consisting of more than two effects are acceptable. Cabaret magic (or Stand-Up magic) is the most appropriate type of magic for this record attempt. Illusionettes are allowed.
10824Most globe ball tricks in one minuteWassim BenslimaneFrance, Paris29 September 2009The most globe ball tricks in one minute is 34 and was achieved by Wassim "Wass" Benslimane (Algeria) on the set of Le Monde des Records, Paris, France, on 29 September 2009.Wass is a football and basketball freestyler - he used a football to complete the globe tricks which involves spinning the ball on one finger and twisting the arm so the ball passes under that arm and back to it's starting position.
10825Most portrayed superhero on televisionSupermanUSA01 January 2009The character of Superman has featured in four live-action TV series and been played by five different US actors: George Reeves (The Adventures of Superman, syndicated 1951–57) John Haymes Newton and Gerard Christopher (Superboy, syndicated 1988–91) Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC 1993–97) and Tom Welling (Smallville, Warner Bros., later CW, 2001–present). A sixth actor, Johnny Rockwell (USA), played the character in The Adventures of Superboy (1961), an untransmitted pilot for an unrealized series. The characters of Superman and Batman have also appeared in numerous cinema serials and animated TV series over the years.
10826Smallest commercially available jigsaw puzzle (500-1000 pieces)TomaxChina, Hong Kong03 February 2010The smallest commercially available jigsaw puzzle under 1,000 pieces measures 21 x 29.6 cm (8.27 x 11.65 in) and is available from Tomax (China), as measured in Hong Kong, China, on 3 February 2010.The puzzle depicts Macchu Picchu and has 500 pieces.
10827Fastest completion of The Secret of Monkey Island“Mike”39/12 minute(s), second(s)Released for the PC in 1990, The Secret of Monkey Island is the first game in the popular Monkey Island series of point n click games. One gamer, known only as “Mike”, managed to run through the game in just 39 min 12 sec. Mike completed the game as a multi-segment, meaning that he saved his progress after each chapter. Fast though he was, Mike could have saved himself some time, as The Secret of Monkey Island can be completed without even playing the game. All the player needs to do is press CTRL-W on the keyboard to see the words “You Win” and the closing credit sequence, making it the easiest point n click to complete.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
10828First moose farmKostroma Moose FarmfirstRussia, Kostroma Oblast01 January 1949The world´s first farm devoted to the domestication and rearing of the moose (Alces alces) - the world´s biggest species of deer - primarily for milk and cheese production is Kostroma Moose Farm in Kostroma Oblast, Russia. An experimental moose farm was launched in 1949 by Yevgeny Knorre and the staff of the Pechora-Ilych Nature Reserve outside Yaksha in Russia´s Komi Republic. Then in 1963, Kostroma´s Moose Farm was established, where a herd of free-ranging semi-domesticated moose is maintained. It presently includes 10-15 milk-producing moose cows, with over 800 moose individuals having lived on the farm during its existence.
10829Largest saddleAndré NozelosPortugal, Torre de Dona Chama03 February 2008The largest saddle is 2.92 m (9 ft 6 in) long, 1.20 m (3 ft 11 in) high at the front and 1.55 m (5 ft 1 in) high at the back and was manufactured by Carlos Almeida and Manuel Nogueira (both Portugal). It was presented and measured in Torre de Dona Chama, Portugal, 3 February 2008.Traditionally saddles are not measured by heigt, but by the length of the arch, which in this case is 2.87 m (9 ft 4 in) at the front and 3.87 m (12 ft 8 in) at the back.
10830Largest wheat field sown in 24 hoursThe Coggan Partnership905.48 hectare(s)Australia, Meandarra12 June 2008The largest wheat field sown in 24 hours was 905.48 ha (2237.48 acres) achieved by John and Phillip Coggan, Les Bruce and Stephen Wall (all Australia) in an attempt organised by The Coggan Partnership at The Ranch in Meandarra, Queensland, Australia on 11-12 June 2008.

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