Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10831Longest domino wallSinners Domino Production30 metre(s)Germany, Büdingen06 July 2012The longest domino wall was 30 m (98 ft 5 in) long and consisted of 31,405 dominoes. It was erected and toppled by Sinners Domino Production (Germany) at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany, on 6 July 2012.The domino structure toppled completely, as requested in the guidelines.
10832Highest toppling domino climbDomino Day 2008Netherlands, Leeuwarden14 November 2008The highest toppling domino climb was 11.52 m (37 ft 10 in) and was achieved on set of Domino Day 2008 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, on 14 November 2008.
10833Largest jug of soft drinkKraft FoodsBrazil, Recife08 June 2008The largest jug of soft drink measures 3.38 m (11 ft 11 in) tall and 7.87 m (25 ft 9 in) in circumference, and was created for an event organised by Kraft Foods (Brazil). The jug was filled with 9,300 litres (2045.7 UK gal, 2456.8 US gal) of Fresh drink at Mirabilandia Park, Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil, on 8 June 2008.4,650 sachets of Fresh powder drink were used.
10834Longest triple ATV wheelieRoger, Madeline and Dominique LeBlancCanada, moncton, nb,,Riverglade Speedway12 November 2011The longest triple ATV wheelie measured 1,217.07 m (3,993 ft) and was completed by Roger, Madelaine and Dominique LeBlanc (all Canada) at Riverglade Speedway in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, on 12 November 2011.Roger LeBlanc also holds the record for the longest tandem ATV wheelie.
10835First deployed battlefield ray gunZeus battlefield ray-gunfirstIraq, 01 January 2008Designed to allow operators to neutralise targets such as roadside bombs and other unexploded ordnance at a safe distance (300 metres, 984 ft), the first battlefield ray gun, or direct energy weapon, has now been deployed to an active theatre of operations, probably Iraq. It is called Zeus, after the Greek god of sky and thunder. It is not designed to kill. Currently, explosives, such as that contained in rocket-propelled grenades, are often used but these can miss and are expensive. Up to about 12 more may well be deployed in the field by the end of 2009.
10836Fastest time to tear 5 metal basins in half with the handsDing ZhaohaiChina, Beijing20 June 2009The fastest time to tear 5 metal basins in half with the hands is 1 minute 44 seconds and was achieved by Ding Zhaohai (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 20 June 2009.The metal basins were made from tin. Further specifications can be found in the guidelines.
10837Most accurate gravity mapping satelliteGravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE)17 March 2009The European Space Agency's Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) satellite was launched on 17 March 2009. Its mission is to orbit the Earth while performing very high resolution measurements of Earth's gravity field. GOCE will, over 24 months in orbit, provide a map of Earth's "geoid" (that is, its idealised shape - smooth but irregular - based on the varying strength of gravity accross the globe) with an accuracy of just 1-2 cm in altitude and 100 km accross. The GOCE map will provide an advanced baseline from which scientists can monitor sea-level changes and ice-sheet evolution with much more accuracy than ever before.
10838Largest chocolate bar mosaicEmployees of mySwissChocolate18.35 square metre(s)Switzerland, Zurich14 February 2011The largest chocolate bar mosaic is 18.35 m² (197.52 ft²) made with 1,500 bars of white chocolate and red coloured white chocolate (strawberry flavoured) by employees of (Switzerland) at Zurich Airport, Switzerland, on Valentine’s Day, 14 February 2011.In keeping with the celebration of the attempt date the mosaic displayed the message “I Love You” combined with a red heart and a Swiss cross.
10839Most popular Team Fortress 2 characterThe Engineer15 percentageOf the nine character classes available in Valve’s online shooter Team Fortress 2, the Engineer is the character of choice for 15% of all players, which makes him the game’s most popular protagonist. This preference may have something to do with the fact that the Engineer has the longest lifespan in the game, surviving for one and a half minutes on average. On the other hand, the least popular character amongst gamers is the Heavy, with only 8% choosing him. This lumbering warrior does have his advantages, though – Heavy players are generally the most effective, averaging 82 kills per hour of gaming.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
10840Most popular cheat codeGradius (Konami, 1985)The cheat code that has been featured in the most videogames in history is the Konami Code, which debuted in the NES version of Gradius, released in 1986, and has been included in 151 games to date. The effect of the code varies from game to game, but in most cases entering the code while the game is paused grants the player most of the game’s available power-ups. The same button presses or subtle variations thereof have always been used. For those players who never encountered it, or have simply forgotten about it, the sequence is, of course, Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
10841Greatest vertical distance on foot in 24 hours (team)The Reek Challenge18086 metre(s)Ireland, Murrisk02 July 2011The most vertical feet run in 24 hours was 59,337 ft 7 in (18,086 m) by 11 members of The Reek Challenge at Croagh Patrick in Murrisk, Ireland, on 1-2 July 2011. The team members included Noel Brady, Robert Coyne, John Gilleran, PJ Hall, Kieran Hasting, Padraic Hughes, Paul Mahon, Padraig Marrey, Mary Mulchrone, Pat Staunton, and Tony Walsh (all Ireland).As per surveyor's reports, the route taken up Croagh Patrick results in an elevation gain of 2,472 ft 4 in (753.59 m). Each climber made 12 ascents and descents up the Croagh Patrick to arrive at the final total achievement. Four other climbers made the attempt, as well, but three pulled out due to injury and a fourth could not complete the prescribed number of climbs and descents in time.
10842Most three pointers playing 2K Sports NBA 2K11Dwayne TravisUSA, Los Angeles,California20 February 2011The most three-pointers playing 2K Sports' NBA 2K11 video game is 14 by Dwayne Travis (USA) at the 2K Sports booth during the NBA All-Star Jam Session in Los Angeles, California, USA on 20 February 2011.Travis played a four minute game, one minute per quarter.
10843Fastest multihull vessel to row the Atlantic east to west (“Trade Winds I” route)Hallin Marine crew31/23/31 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Barbados, 07 February 2011On board the trimaran Hallin Marine, David Hosking, Chris Covey, Paddy Thomas, Naomi Hoogesteger, Justin Johanneson and Jack Stonehouse (all UK) rowed the Atlantic east to west on the “Trade Winds I” route from San Miguel, Tenerife, in the Canary Islands to Barbados, West Indies, in a record 31 days 23 hr 31 min between 6 January and 7 February 2011. In all, the crew covered 2,563 nautical miles (4,746.67 km 2,949.45 miles) at an average overall speed of 3.34 knots (6.19 km/h 3.84 mi/h).
10844Fastest time to climb the Seven Summits including Carstensz (female)Vanessa Audi Rhys O’Brien295 year(s), day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Tanzania, 10 March 2013British-American Vanessa Audi Rhys O’Brien (USA, b. 2 Dec 1964) climbed the combined Kosciuszko and Carstensz lists in 295 days (or 9 months 19 days), starting with Everest on 19 May 2012 and ending with Kilimanjaro on 10 March 2013.
10845Longest forward jump flip / somersault (parkour)Drew Taylormetre(s)United Kingdom, Tunbridge Wells,,NDGA Gymnastics Club15 August 2014The longest front flip measured 6 m 18 cm (20 ft 3.31 in) and was achieved by Drew Taylor (UK) on the set of ‘Officially Amazing’ (CBBC) at NDGA Gymnastics Club in Tunbridge Wells, UK, on 15 August 2014.
10846Most hash browns eaten in three minutesDave Brunelli1.72 kilogram(s)United States, Cleveland25 October 2014The most hash browns eaten in three minutes is 3 lb 12.7 oz (1.72 kg) by Dave Brunelli (USA) at the "Rock the Tot" national championships hosted by Bar Louie in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on 25 October 2014.
10847Largest sculpture made from recycled materialsTetra Pak South East Asia Pte Ltdmetre(s)Singapore, Singapore14 April 2014The largest sculpture made from recycled materials measured 40.51 m (132 ft 10.88 in) in length, 29.14 m (95 ft 7.24 in) in width and 8.80 m (28 ft 10.46 in) in height, and was achieved at an event organised by Tetra Pak South East Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore, on 19 April 2014.
10848Tiddlywinks - farthest distance travelled in 24 hoursChristian Bohnenschuh, Andre Ortolf8.01 kilometre(s)Germany, Augsburg30 July 2013The greatest distance traveled whilst playing tiddlywinks in 24 hours is 8.01 km (4.98 miles), and was achieved by Andre Ortolf and Christian Bohnenschuh (both Germany), in the Franz-von-Assisi School in Augsberg, Germany, on 30 July 2014. They used roughly 6 hours to achieve this feat.
10849Largest folded paper boat / hatDaxlandiade Volunteers, Frank Bodin13.93 m long, 4.20 m wide, 4.15 m tall metre(s)Germany, KarlsruheThe largest folded paper boat is 13.93 m (45 ft 8.4 in) long, 4.20 m (13 ft 9.3 in) wide, and 4.15 m (13 ft 7.3 in) tall and was created by Frank Bodin and Daxlandiade Volunteers (both Germany) and measured in Karlsruhe, Germany, on 9 May 2015. The paper boat was built in celebration of 300 years since the founding of the town.
10850Largest bottle of wineAndré VogelSwitzerland, Lyssach,,Lyssach, Switzerland20 October 2014The largest bottle of wine is 4.17 m (13 ft 8.17 in) tall, 1.21 m (3 ft 11.63 in) in diameter and was filled with 3,094 litres (650.58 UK gal, 817.34 US gal) of wine, achieved by André Vogel (Switzerland) as measured in Lyssach, Switzerland, on 20 October 2014.
10851Largest trophyBharat Sinh ParmarIndia, Jamnagar22 March 2015The largest trophy is 12.75 m (41 ft 10.36 in) tall, and was achieved by Bharat Sinh Parmar (India), as measured at the Dhanvantri Ground in Jamnagar, India, on 22 March 2015. The trophy is modelled on the ICC's trophy, and was presented to the winners of a cricket game.
10852Most knuckle push ups in one hourRoman DossenbachSwitzerland, Basel27 August 2015The most knuckle push ups in one hour is 1,796, achieved by Roman Dossenbach (Switzerland), in Basel, Switzerland, on 27 August 2015. Roman wore protective weight training gloves for his attempt.
10853Longest standing jump between two objects (parkour)Lorenz Wetscher3.15 metre(s)Germany, Cologne12 April 2015The longest standing jumps between two objects (parkour) is 3.15 m (10 ft 4 in) and was achieved by Lorenz Wetscher (Austria), in Cologne, Germany, on 12 April 2015. The record attempt took place during the 2015 FIBO Trade Show.
10854Longest table tennis rallyPeter Ives and Daniel Iveshour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London23 March 2014The longest table tennis rally lasted 8 hr 40 min 5 sec and was played by Daniel Ives and Peter Ives (both UK) at the Plumstead Radical Working Men's Club in London, UK, on 23 March 2014.
10855Largest anamorphic pavement artxinyu wang2,632 square metre(s)China, Qingdao23 December 2014The largest anamorphic pavement art is 2,632 sq m (28,330.5 sq ft) and was achieved by Qingdao International Horticultural Exposition 2014, Qingdao Shiyuan (Group) Co. Ltd. and the Art Academy of Qingdao Technological University (all China) in Qingdao, Shandong, China on 23 December 2014.The anamorphic pavement art was created over a period of 2 months and painted in a 111 m long tunnel that is 7.75 m tall.
10856Most push ups on medicine balls in one minuteMohammad Hassaan Butt68 repetitionsPakistan, Karachi07 June 2015The most push ups on medicine balls in one minute is 68, achieved by Mohammad Hassaan Butt (Pakistan) in Karachi, Pakistan, on 7 June 2015. The attempt occured at the Pakistan Academy of Martial Arts.
10857Karting - greatest distance in 24 hours indoors (individual)Trey ShannonUnited States, Charlotte09 November 2014The greatest distance by kart in 24 hours indoors is 733.58 km (455.83 miles), achieved by Trey Shannon (USA) at Victory Lane Indoor Karting, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, on 9-10 November 2014.Trey completed his karting marathon on a Sodi GT5 kart.
10858Heaviest vehicle pulled by beardKapil Gehlot2,205 kilogram(s)India, Jodhpur21 June 2012The heaviest vehicle pulled by a beard is 2,205 kg (4,861.193 lbs) and was achieved by Kapil Gehlot (India) in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, on 21 June 2012.Kapil Gehlot attempted this record to promote roller sports in India.
10859Most people embroidering simultaneouslyCLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Tin Shui Wai Residents Services Association Fund Committee Limited1,051 peopleHong Kong, Tin Shui Wai22 November 2014The most people embroidering simultaneously is 1,051 and was achieved by Tin Shui Wai Residents Services Association Fund Committee Limited and CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (both Hong Kong) in Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong, China on 22 November 2014. A total of 1,051 participants embroidered simultaneously for 20 minutes and 29 seconds in the multi-purpose arena of Tin Fai Road Sports Centre. Each participant has a needle, thread and material on which to embroider.
10860Largest continuous concrete pourLakhta Center Multifunctional Complex19,624.0 m³ cubic metre(s)Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg01 March 2015The largest continuous concrete pour is 19,624.0 m³ (25,667.22 yd³), achieved during the pouring of the foundation for the Lakhta Center Multifunctional Complex (Russia) in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on 27 February-1 March 2015. The concrete pour took just over 49 hours, with concrete being delivered to the site from 13 different production plants.

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