Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

10891Fastest crossing of the English Channel swimming in relay - Butterfly (Mixed Team)Boris Mavra, Mark Johansen, Robert Fisher, Samantha Mould, Robert Ouldcott, Kevin Blick, "Fly To France"19:15:0 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Dover10 August 2015The fastest relay swim crossing of the English Channel using butterfly stroke (mixed team) is 19 hours 15 minutes, and was achieved by Boris Mavra, Mark Johansen, Samantha Mould, Robert Ouldcott, Kevin Blick (all UK) and Robert Fisher (Germany). The swim was undertaken under the auspices of the Channel Swimming and Piloting Federation.
10892Largest plane tree leafWalter L. Przygoda48.5 x 38.5 centimetre(s)United States, St Louis01 October 2012The largest plane tree leaf is 48.5 cm (1 ft 7.09 in) long and 38.5 cm (1 ft 3.16 in) wide and was found by Walter L. Przygoda (USA) in St Louis, Missouri, USA, on 1 October 2012. The leaf was from a Plantanus occidentalis tree. This species is also known as the American Sycamore.
10893Largest origami mosaicJunior Chamber International Kobe986.46 square metre(s)Japan, Kobe09 August 2015The largest origami mosaic measures 986.46 m² (10,618.167 ft²) and was created by Junior Chamber International Kobe (Japan) at Kobe International Exhibition Hall in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan on 9 August 2015. 45,357 pieces of origami paper were folded into hydrangea shapes and were used to create the mosaic depicting the famous landscape of Kobe port. About 850 people, mainly families and kids, attended the event to make the origami and create the mosaic.
10894Oldest sperm used in successful IVF treatmentVi Nguyen, Alex Powell22, 329 year(s), day(s)Australia, Brisbane26 September 2014The oldest sperm used in successful IVF treatment was 22 years and 329 days, achieved by parents Alex Powell and Vi Nguyen (both Australia) at Queensland fertility group, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on 26 September 2014.A healthy baby boy called Xavier was born on 17th June 2015.
10895Highest career earnings for a competitive videogame player (female)Katherine Gunn122000 US dollar(s)United States, 03 October 2010Katherine (Kat) "Mystik" Gunn (USA) has earned $122,000 (£77,094) from videogaming since 2007. Her earnings have come from her success in competition playing Dead or Alive 4 ($22,000 from two tournaments) and Halo: Reach ($100,000 from one tournament). Kat appeared in the second season of the reality TV series WCG Ultimate Gamer on the Syfy channel after an unsteady start in episode 1, "III Mystik III", as she was known, went on to become the outright winner of the season, taking home the $100,000 prize money.Dead or Alive 4 -28 July 2008 (3rd-4th place) at Championship Gaming Series 2008 - $7,00015 December 2007 (2nd place) at Championship Gaming Series 2007 - $15,000Halo: Reach -3 October 2010 (1st place) at the World Cyber Games Ultimate Gamer Season 2 - $100,000
10896Largest collection of paw printsRedPepper Agency y Área Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá22,429 itemsColombia, Medellín04 October 2015The largest collection of paw prints consists of 22,429 prints from different animals and was achieved by RedPepper Agency (Colombia) and Área Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá (Colombia) as part of the Huellatón campaign in Medellin, Colombia, on 4 October 2015. The animal prints were taken from dogs, cats, rodents and rabbits to raise awareness of the harmful effects that fireworks have on animals in Colombia.
10897Longest anamorphic paintingSohunews App., Yutao Du399.89 metre(s)China, Beijing08 September 2015The longest anamorphic painting, entitled "Discover the unique Sohunews App" measures 399.89 m (1,311 ft 11.67 in), was created by Yutao Du and Sohunews App. (both China) and was unveiled in Beijing, China on 8 September 2015. There are 30 artists spend 3 months to finish the painting.
10898Largest backpack/rucksackMega Adygea-Kuban12.12/9.28/5.12 metre(s)Russian Federation, Krasnodar06 August 2015The largest/rucksack measured 12.12 m (39 ft 9.16 in) in height, 9.28 m (30 ft 5.35 in) in width, 5.12 m (16 ft 9.57 in) in depth and was manufactured by Mega Adygea-Kuban (Russia), in Krasnodar, Russia, on 6 August 2015. The backpack was unveiled in front of the Mega Adygea-Kuban.
10899Largest human representation of an interactive mapGoogle Tech StaffingOne metre(s)United States, Anaheim04 June 2015The largest human representation of an interactive map is 1,609.34 m (1 mi) and was achieved by Google's Tech Staffing team after traveling from the Disneyland Hotel to the entrance of Disneyland in Anaheim, California, USA, on 4 June 2015. Participants dressed as the blue dots and the landing red pin to turn a Google Map search into life.
10900Tallest tumpengArtha Graha Peduli2.28 foot/feet, inch(es)Italy, Milan17 August 2015The tallest tumpeng is 2.28 m (7 ft 5 in) tall and was prepared by Artha Graha Peduli (Indonesia), at the World EXPO 2015, in Milan, Italy, on 17 August 2015. Tumpeng is a dish of turmeric-flavored rice, bright yellow and shaped into a cone or column, served with other traditional Indonesian dishes. The record was organised in celebration of the the Indonesian Independence Day.
10901Longest RC model multicopter flight (duration)Spider Drone SecurityRomania, Csikszentsimon30 October 2015The longest duration RC multicopter flight is 2 hr 6 min 7 sec and was achieved by Spider Drone Security (Romania) in Csikszentsimon, Transylvania, Romania, on 30 October 2015. The multicopter was controlled the whole time by human input. It weighed 4.712 kg.Spider Drone Security is a developer of drone security systems to be used in commercial and industrial applications
10902Most blueberries caught by mouth in one minuteBipin Larkin , Ashrita Furman83 itemsUnited States, Jamaica11 December 2015The most blueberries caught by mouth in one minute is 83 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) at the Sri Chinmoy Centre, Jamaica, New York, USA, on 11 December 2015. This is the first time this record has been achieved.
10903Most countries visited by car (non-consecutively)Gunther Holtorf180 countriesGermany, Gstadt18 October 2014The most countries visited by car non-consecutively is 180 and was achieved by Gunther Holtorf (Germany), who drove his Mercedes-Benz G-wagon, nicknamed "Otto", around the world between 18 December 1988 and 18 October 2014. Between 1990 and 2010 Gunther was accompanied on this epic voyage by his late partner, Christine. After Christine passed away in 2010 the couple's son, Martin, and a friend, Elke Dreweck, joined him. Gunther returned to Germany on several occasions in between visiting the four corners of the world, but he always travelled home in his faithful Otto.
10904Most simultaneous blindfolded Go winsWorld Blindfold Games Foundation, Bao Yun, GUANG DONG DONG HU QI YUANChina, Guangzhou19 December 2015The most simultaneous blindfolded go wins is 5 games and was achieved by Bao Yun (China), sponsored by Dong Hu Qi Yuan (China) at the Baiyun Hotel, Guangzhou, China on 19 December 2015. The attempt started at 1:00pm and the last game was won at 11:54pm. All 5 games were won by resignation after the designated 180+ moves and all expert witnesses as well as the Chinese Go official confirmed there was no way for the opponent to have won. The players were from Singapore, Russia, France, Poland and Germany and were verified to be of an appropriate go level to play this challenger.
10905Fastest time to climb and descend 40 steps on the handsFan Congcong31.7 second(s)China, 14 January 2016The fastest time to climb and descend 40 steps on the hands is 31.7 seconds and was achieved by Fan Congcong (China) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 14 January 2016. Fan Congcong is a member of the China SWAT Police.
10906Most film quotes identified consecutivelySean StylesUnited Kingdom, London12 November 2015The most film quotes identified consecutively is 26 and was achieved by Sean Styles (UK) of BBC Radio Merseyside, as part of the GWR Day Radio Tour on 12 November 2015. The GWR Day Radio Tour gave radio hosts around the country the chance to attempt a record as part of Guinness World Records Day 2015.
10907Longest greetings card mosaicThe Mall Athens66.48 metre(s)Greece, Athens21 November 2015The longest greetings card mosaic measures 66.48 m (218 ft 1 in) and was achieved by The Mall Athens (Greece) in Athens, Greece, on 21 November 2015. The record attempt was organised to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Mall Athens and it raised funding for Children's Charity, The Smile of The Child.
10908Farthest blindfolded American football field goalPat McAfee, Nate Boyer40 yard(s)United States, San Francisco05 February 2016The farthest blindfolded American field goal is 40 yards and was achieved by Pat McAfee (USA), with Nate Boyer (USA) holding, in San Francisco, California, USA, on 5 February 2016. This record was coordinated by NFL Network on the Friday before Super Bowl 50.
10909First team to row across the PacificEmma Mitchell, Natalia Cohen, Laura Penhaul280:0:0 firstAustralia, Cairns25 January 2016The first all-female team to row the Pacific Ocean is the Coxless Crew comprised of Laura Penhaul, Natalia Cohen and Emma Mitchell (all UK), who travelled on board Doris from San Francisco, California, USA, on 20 April 2015 and arrived in Cairns, Queensland, Australia, on 25 January 2016. The trio completed the row in three legs, and was joined by fellow Brits Isabel Burnham (on the San Francisco to Hawaii leg), Lizanne Van Vuuren (Hawaii to Samoa) and Meg Dyos (Samoa to Cairns).
10910Most World Championships and Olympic Gold medals - gymnastics all-around competitions - menKohei UchimuraUnited Kingdom, Glasgow30 October 2015The most all-around World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and Olympic gold medals won by a male gymnast is 7, and was achieved by Kohei Uchimura (Japan) in the 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Uchimura achieved a total score of 92.332 at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships held in Glasgow, Scotland, on 30 October 2015.
10911Most Elvis Presley songs identified from their lyrics in one minutePaul RossUnited Kingdom, London12 November 2015 BCThe most Elvis Presley songs identified from their lyrics in one minute is 14 and was achieved by Paul Ross (UK) of BBC Radio Berkshire, as part of the GWR Day Radio Tour on 12 November 2015. The GWR Day Radio Tour gave radio hosts around the country the chance to attempt record as part of Guinness World Records Day 2015. Paul Ross made his attempt in an Elvis Presley onesie for luck.
10912Most searched-for female on the internet (current)Ronda RouseyNot Applicable17 December 2015According to Google's "Zeitgeist" report of the year's top trends, mixed martial arts athlete Ronda Rousey (USA) was the most searched-for sportswoman and also the most searched-for woman overall. Having appeared in several high-profile movies, including Furious 7 (2015) and The Expendables 3 (2014), her peak traffic came in November during which she lost a fight against fellow American martial artist Holly Holm. Rousey came second in the list of 2015's top 10 most searched-for people, just behind former pro basketball player Lamar Odom (USA). The top 10 most searched-for people on Google in 2015 were: 1. Lamar Odom (USA) 2. Ronda Rousey (USA) 3. Caitlyn Jenner (USA) 4. Adele Adkins (UK) 5. Charlie Sheen (USA) 6. Ruby Rose (Australia) 7. Donald Trump (USA) 8. Sia Furler (Australia) 9. Dakota Johnson (USA) 10. Jeremy Clarkson (UK)
10913Longest chain of people making heart-shaped hand gesturesTokyo Steel Products Dealers Association1,936 participantsJapan, Koto13 December 2015The longest chain of people making heart-shaped hand gestures consists of 1,936 participants and was achieved by Tokyo Steel Products Dealers Association (Japan) at The Tokyo Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park, in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, on 13 December 2015. The record attempt took place while it was raining.
10914Best-selling analogue TV company - currentMIRC Electronics Ltd1,018,700,000 unit(s) soldUnited Kingdom, MumbaiThe current best-selling analogue TV company is MIRC Electronics Ltd (India) with approximately 1,018,700 units sold in 2014. The second best-selling analogue TV brand is Sharp Corp (Japan) with approximately 613,000 units sold in 2014.This record is based on estimates provided by market research.
10915Most plug plants planted in one hour (individual)Dayquan WilliamsUnited States, SalisburyThe most plug plants planted in one hour by an individual is 2,122 and was achieved by Dayquan Williams (USA), at Parkside High School, in Salisbury, Maryland, USA, on 1 May 2014.
10916Most venomous spiderMale Sydney funnel-web spider Atrax robustusAustraliaNot applicableDefining the term "most venomous" as the most toxic to humans (as some venomous spider species show varying degrees of toxicity to different animal species envenomed by them), the world's most venomous spider is the male Sydney funnel-web spider Atrax robustus. Native to Sydney and its environs within the Australian state of New South Wales, where it can be found in moist habitats including under logs or foliage and frequenting gardens too, in this species just 0.2 mg/kg of the male’s venom is a lethal dose for primates (including humans). The female Sydney funnel-web is far less dangerous than the male, being four-to-six times less effective.n/a
10917Longest sandwichGroupe Notre Dame Hazmieh - Scouts de L'IndependenceLebanon, HazmiehThe longest sandwich measured 735 m (2,411 ft 5 in) and was created by members of three teams in total. These teams were Groupe Notre Dame Hazmieh-Scouts de L'Independence (Lebanon), Municipality of Hazmieh (Lebanon)and Mini-B chain restaurants (Lebanon). The attempt took place in Hazmieh village, Beirut, Lebanon, on 22 May 2011.The sandwich started at Notre Dame des Soeurs Antonines School and ended on Elie Street, in Hazmieh, Beirut, Lebanon. The width of the sandwich was 12.5cm and the overall estimated weight of the sandwich is 577.03kg.The total number of participants from the three teams who were involved in the preparation and cooking of the sandwich was 136 and 639 participants filled the sandwich, which took 22 hours to make.Four 4-wheel movable ovens were created especially for this attempt in order to bake one long continuous piece of bread. The dough had been divided into sections and rolled out, at which point they were then joined together by further rolling, before having the movable ovens on each end of the table rolling on top of the bread cooking it as it passed.This sandwich consisted of chicken breast, lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayonnaise, red vinegar, salt, mustard, white pepper, lemon juice, kammoun spices and corriander. Please see evidence for individual amounts by weight of each ingredient.
10918Largest dog yoga classLink Asset Management LimitedHong Kong17 January 2016The largest dog yoga class involves 270 participants and was achieved by Link Asset Management Limited (Hong Kong) in Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong, China on 17 January 2016.The record holder successfully broke the records for largest dog grooming lesson in 2013 and most dogs balancing a treat on the nose in 2014.
10919Largest game of darumasan ga koronda
10920Largest greetings card mosaicHakikat Entertainment Pvt.Ltd, Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan398.47 square metre(s)India, Sirsa22 August 2015The largest greetings card mosaic measures 398.47 m² (4,289.06 ft²) was achieved by Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan and Hakikat Entertainment Pvt.Ltd (both India) in Sirsa, India, on 22 August 2015.

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