Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10861Largest paper shopping bagPaper Bag Co, Jon Marling22.5 m (73 ft 9.8 in) long, 15.4 m (50 ft 6.2 in) wide and 3.36 m (11 ft 0.2 in) deep metre(s)United Kingdom, Bristol22 September 2015The largest paper shopping bag is 22.5 m (73 ft 9.8 in) long, 15.4 m (50 ft 6.2 in) wide and 3.36 m (11 ft 0.2 in) deep, achieved by Jon Marling and the Paper Bag Co (both UK) as measured in Bristol, UK, on 23 September 2015.The bag was an accurate scale replica of a normal-sized paper bag, complete with twine handles.
10862Most two finger push ups (two arms) in one minuteAryan Grover52 repetitionsIndia, Jaipur26 August 2015The most two finger push ups (two arms) in one minute is 52 and was achieved by Aryan Grover (India) in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, on 26 August 2015. Aryan performed each push up on just his thumbs.
10863Most consecutive wakesurfing shove itsHunter SimsUnited States, Auburndale14 February 2015The most consecutive wakesurfing shove its is 106 and was achieved by Hunter Sims at Lake Arietta in Auburndale, Florida, USA, on 14 February 2015. Hunter Sims attempted this record as a fundraiser for Small Steps for Compassion, an orphanage in Tanzania, Africa.
10864Largest anamorphic paintingYang Yongchun2622.882 square metre(s)China, Nanjing,,Communication University of China, Nanjing11 June 2014The largest anamorphic painting, entitled "The Rhythm of Youth", measured 2,622.882 m² (28,232 ft² 50.4 in²), was created by Yongchun Yang and Yanting Xu (both China) and was unveiled at Communication University of China, Nanjing in Nanjing, Jiangsu, China, on 11 June 2014.The painting measured 374.43 m (1,228 ft 5.31 in) in length, 7.005 m (22 ft 11.79 in) in width.
10865Deepest swimming pool for divingY-40metre(s)Italy, Montegrotto Terme05 June 2014The Y-40 diving pool in Montegrotto Terme, Italy, has a depth of 42 m (137 ft 9.54 in) at its deepest point and contains around 4.3 million litres (945,867 gal 1,135,939 US gallons) of thermal water. The facility, designed by Emanuele Boaretto and supported by the "Boaretto Group Hotel and Resort", was officially inaugurated on 5 June 2014 and is used for dive training, leisure diving and scientific research.
10866Largest toppling domino stonesPrudential Financial Inc.metre(s)United States, Charlotte,NASCAR Hall of Fame06 August 2014The largest toppling domino stone measures 9.18 m (30 ft 1.5 in) in height, 4.57 m (15 ft) in width and 1.25 m (4 ft 1.5 in) in length, and was toppled by Prudential Financial Inc. (USA), in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, on 6 August 2014.
10867Farthest distance static cycling in 8 hours - malePhilippe Vazkilometre(s)France, Juan Les Pins,,FITLane Fitness Center27 September 2013The farthest distance static cycling in eight hours (male) is 742.14 km (461.14 miles) and was achieved by Philippe Vaz (France) at FITLane Fitness Center in Juan Les Pins, France, on 27 September 2014.
10868Largest collection of Ganesha-related itemsPABSETTI SHEKHARIndia, Secunderabad04 November 2014The largest collection of Ganesha-related items is 16,845 unique items and was achieved by Pabsetti Shekhar (India) in Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, verified on 4th November 2014.His collection is not only from India but also from various contries like USA, Japan, China, Sigapor, Germany, South Africa etc.
10869Largest cork mosaicStichting Limmen Ludiek180 square metre(s)Netherlands, Limmen05 June 2015The largest cork mosaic measures 180 m² (1,937.5 ft²), achieved by Sticthing Limmen Ludiek (Netherlands) in Limmen, Netherlands, on 5 June 2015.401,731 corks were used in the making of this mosaic.
10870Longest tandem ATV wheelieJeff Gallant, Roger LeBlancCanada, Saint John28 August 2013The longest tandem ATV wheelie measures 5,230.38 m (17,160 ft), and was completed by Roger LeBlanc and Jeff Gallant (both Canada) at the Saint John Exhibition Park, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, on 28 August 2013.Roger and Jeff used a stock Honda 500 Foreman ATV for the attempt.
10871Largest cake sculptureNational Association Cake Designers Italy16.46 x 13.94 x 0.54 metre(s)Italy, Terracina15 October 2015The largest cake sculpture measures 16.46 m x 13.94 m x 0.54 m (54 ft x 45 ft 7 in x 1 ft 9.25 in) and was achieved by National Association Cake Designers Italy in Milan, Italy, on 4 October 2015.The scultpure was made by 250 cake designers.
10872Longest line of ice skatersThe Power of Ice 2015 Executive Committee370 participantsJapan, Hachinohe28 February 2015The longest line of ice skaters consists of 370 participants and was achieved at an event organised by The Power of Ice 2015 Executive Committee (Japan) at Hachinohe City Nagane Park Speed Skating Rink, in Hachinohe, Aomori, Japan, on 28 February 2015. The participants of the attempt were of various age groups. Hachinohe City Nagane Park Speed Skating Rink is an outdoors skating rink.
10873Fire eating - most torches extinguished in one minuteBret PasekUnited States, Shakopee07 September 2014The most fire torches extinguished in one minute with the mouth is 99 and was achieved by Bret Pasek (USA) at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival in Shakopee, Minnesota, USA, on 7 September 2014. Bret beat the previous record by 10.
10874Most trees planted in one hour (multiple locations)TreeVolution: Greening MindaNOWPhilippines, Philippines26 September 2014The most trees planted simultaneously at multiple locations is 2,294,629, achieved by 122,168 participants in an event organised by TreeVolution: Greening MindaNOW (Philippines), at 29 locations across the Philippines on 26 September 2014.This record-breaking event saw the planting of rubber, cacao, coffee, timber and mahogany trees, as well as a range of fruit trees and other species indigenous to the Philippines.
10875Largest collection of Scooby Doo MemorabiliaRebecca FindlayitemsCanada, West Vancouver31 August 2014The largest collection of Scooby Doo memorabilia consists of 1,116 unique items and belongs to Rebecca Findlay (Canada). The collection was verified in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on 31 August 2014.
10876Most magic tricks performed blindfolded in one minuteClive GreenawayUnited Kingdom, Dorchester02 June 2015The most magic tricks performed blindfolded in one minute is 18 and was achieved by Clive Greenaway (UK) at the Dorchester Library, Dorchester, Dorset, UK, on 2 June 2015.
10877Largest toast mosaicHanny Al Khoury174.19 square metre(s)Israel, Nazareth07 September 2015The largest toast mosaic is 174.19 m² (1874.96 ft²) and was created at an event organised by Hanny Khoury (Israel), in Nazareth, Israel, on 7 September 2015.The mosaic depicts the poet Taha Mohammad Ali.
10878Largest cup/glass of soft drinkCalypso Lemonades12,287.45 litre(s)United States, Las Vegas20 August 2015The largest cup/glass of soft drink contains 12,287.45 litres of lemonade (2702.86 UK gal 3,246 US gal) and was achieved by Calypso Lemonades (USA), in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 20 August 2015. The temperature during the attempt was 108 degrees Fahrenheit and the lemonade was distributed to the public after it was measured.
10879Largest drawing by an individualAshok Nagpuresquare metre(s)India, Nashik25 December 2013The largest drawing by an individual is 280.17 m² (3,021.53 ft²) and was created by Ashok Nagpure (India), in Nashik, Maharashtra, India, on 25 December 2013.
10880Longest journey by amphibious cycleEbrahim Hemmatnia2371 kilometre(s)Senegal, Dakar29 January 2015The longest journey by amphibious bicycle is 2,371 km (1473.27 miles) and was achieved by Ebrahim Hemmatnia (Netherlands/Iran), who cycled the Atlantic ocean, from 22 November 2014 to 29 January 2015. Ebrahim travelled on his self-made 'Boat Bike' - a pedal-powered vehicle that can be cycled on land and over water.
10881Highest capacity wind farmJiuquan Wind Power BaseChina, Gansu01 January 2012The Jiuquan Wind Power Base (sometimes known as the Gansu Wind Farm) in the Gansu province, China, already had an installed capacity of 5.36 GW in operation by 2012, with the intention of reaching 20 GW by 2020. Within the facility, separate arrays of turbines often reach more than 200 km in length. The whole base is also part of an even more ambitious scheme to create a series of seven facilities in the same area, each offering at least 10 GW. Owing to geographic and climatic conditions, the deserts of Gansu are much more suited to wind-power generation than many other Chinese provinces, offering an average annual effective wind-power density of over 150 W/m², while the duration of effective wind speed exceeds 6,000 hours per year.
10882Most football arm rolls in one minuteDavid RauGermany, Seebach11 March 2015The most football arm rolls in one minute is 127 and was achieved by David Rau (Germany) in Seebach, Germany, on 11 March 2015. David had been aiming to break this record for two years.
10883Most rugby conversions in one hourMatt Toplass, Adam Smallman, Alan Billington, Mike Burton, Mark Lever, Michael Ibbitson, Richard Kyle, Ben Collis, Adam Pennycook, Doug Wicks, Rich Athey, Chris Shotton, Gareth Foreman, Jamie Pelos, Tim Wynn-Jones701 total numberUnited Kingdom, Twickenham Stadium09 April 2015The most rugby conversions in one hour is 701 and was achieved by Adam Smallman, Mike Burton, Alan Billington, Mark Lever, Richard Kyle, Michael Ibbitson, Ben Collis, Adam Pennycook, Doug Wicks, Jamie Pelos, Tim Wynn-Jones, Chris Shotton, Gareth Foreman, Rich Athey and Matt Toplass (all UK) at Twickenham Stadium, UK, on 9 April 2015.The record attempt took place at Twickenham Stadium during the 10th year of #O2BizRugby. During the one hour, John Inverdale was the commentator.
10884Tallest structure built with LEGO®LEGO spa, MSL Italia srl, CSC Allestimenti srl35.05 metre(s)Italy, Milano21 June 2015The tallest structure built with interlocking plastic bricks measured 35.05 m (114 ft 11 in) and was achieved by Lego Italia (Italy), in Milan, Italy, on 21 June 2015.An estimated 550,000 LEGO® bricks were used to complete the tower.Each tiny LEGO® brick has been an important contributor to reach the record, just as everyday actions are important to build a better future. As a symbol of this idea, the LEGO Group donated 7 Euros for every centimeter built of the tower to Urban Oasis – a project, which focuses on the protection and development of Urban Oasis in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).The event took place from June 17th to June 21st and was visited by more than 50.000 spectators 18.000 keen builders. Children and grown-ups had fun in the free play area where they as part of the building activity also received simple and effective advice on how to preserve our planet.Read more: LEGO Italia's colossal plastic brick structure towers over previous record
10885Largest surfboardVisit Huntington Beach42’ ft 1.5 in long, 11 ft 1 in wide and 1 ft 4.4 in thick metre(s)United States, Huntington Beach20 June 2015The largest surfboard measures 12.83 m (42’ ft 1.5 in) long, 3.37 m (11 ft 1 in) wide and 0.41m (1 ft 4.4 in) thick, achieved by Visit Huntington Beach and the Epic Big Board Ride (both USA) in Huntington Beach, California, USA, on 20 June 2015.The surfboard was demonstrated to work by being ridden by 66 people.
10886Youngest rower to win the University Boat RaceAustin John Wiggins18 years 212 days year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, London20 March 1976The youngest rower to win the University Boat Race is, Austin John Wiggins (UK, B. 20 July 1957), who won the race at age 18 years 212 days, in London, UK on, 20 March 1976. Oxford won the race with a finishing time of 16 minutes 58 seconds.
10887Oldest person to climb the Seven Summits including Carstensz (male)Werner BergerIndonesia21 November 2013Werner Berger (South Africa/Canada, b. 16 July 1937) climbed the highest mountains of each of the seven continents: he completed the Kosciusko (aka Bass) list aged 69 years 310 days on 22 May 2007, when he reached the top of Everest (8,848 m 29,029 ft). Almost six years later, on 21 November 2013 and aged 76 years 128 days, he successfully climbed Puncak Jaya, aka Carstenz Pyramid (4,884 m 16,024 ft), the highest mountain in Oceania according to the Messner list.2002 - Aconcagua/South America (January)2002 - Mt. Kilimanjaro/Africa (July)2003 - Mt Elbrus/Europe (July)2004 - Vinson Massif/Antarctica (December)2005 - Mt.Kosciuszko/Australia (December)2006 – Mt. McKinley or Denali/North America (May/June)2007 - Mt. Everest/Asia (May 22, 8:08am)2013 – Carstensz Pyramid/New Guinea – (November)
10888Highest annual earnings for a music artist – currentKaty Perry135,000,000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, n/a30 June 2015Katy Perry (USA, b. Katheryn Hudson) earned $135 million (£85.87 million) in the 12 months to June 2015, according to Forbes, putting her third overall in the annual Celebrity 100 list behind boxers Floyd Mayweather (USA, $300 million £190.83 million) and Manny Pacquiao (Philippines, $160 million £101.77 million).The next highest earning solo musician of 2014–15 in the Forbes list is US country singer Garth Brooks on $90 million (£57.2 million) and then Taylor Swift on $80 million (£50.8 million).
10889Largest gathering of people dressed as Rosie the RiveterMichigan Aerospace Foundation, Yankee Air Museum2,096 participantsUnited States, Ypsilanti24 October 2015The largest gathering of people dressed as Rosie the Riveter is 2,096 and was organised by the Yankee Air Museum and the Michigan Aerospace Foundation (both USA) at the Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA, on 24 October 2015.Thousands of women participated in this record attempt in order to save Willow Run, the factory where Rosie the Riveter built B-24 bomber planes in World War II. If preserved, Rosie's factory will become a museum dedicated to aviation technology and the triumphant spirit of women in the work force. The most treasured participants were the 43 “Original Rosies” who served on the home front during World War II.
10890Largest Twister Board, playableThomas Rhett, Big Machine Label Group2523.21 square metre(s)United States, Arlington23 September 2015The largest Twister board measured 52.19 m x 48.29 m (171 ft 3 in x 158 ft 5.5 in) and was achieved by Thomas Rhett and Big Machine Label Group (USA) at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA, on 23 September 2015.The Twister board was achieved using 1,200 Twister boards put together.

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