Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

11071Most Test matches played consecutively (male)Alan BorderNot Applicable01 January 1994The most consecutive Test matched played by an individual player is 153 by Alan Border (b. 27 July 1955) for Australia between 1978 and 1994.
11072Oldest Playboy modelPatricia Paay1949/4/7 year(s), month(s), day(s)Netherlands, Amsterdam10 December 2009The oldest Playboy model is Patricia Paay (Netherlands, b. 7 April 1949) who posed for the Christmas edition of Playboy Netherlands, on 10 December 2009.Patricia Paay is a Dutch singer and model who also appeared as a judge in the 2008 edition of Holland's Got Talent.Patricia takes the record because she is the oldest model to have posed for Playboy's photographers. However, the oldest woman to appear nude in Playboy is Mamie Van Doren (b. February 6, 1931), who appeared in the October 2006 issue. The photo was not taken by Playboy (it was submitted directly), but was taken in April 2006, when Mamie was 75 years and two months old.Source: Chip Rowe, Senior Editor, Playboy USA
11073Youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize for literatureRudyard KiplingNot Applicable01 January 1907The youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize for literature is Rudyard Kipling (UK, b. 30 December 1865, d. 18 January 1936) who won the prize in 1907. Rudyard Kipling was also the first English language author to win the prize.
11074Oldest person to play in NHLGordie HoweNot Applicable01 January 1980The oldest player in NHL history is Gordie Howe (Canada, b. 31 March 1928) who was 52 years old when he retired in 1980.The second-oldest player to appear in an NHL game is the currently active Detroit Red Wings (USA) defenseman Chris Chelios (USA, b. 24 January 1962, USA) who turned 46 years old during the 2007-08 season.
11075Oldest person living (female)Susannah Mushatt Jones115, 362 year(s), day(s)United States, Brooklyn03 July 2015The oldest living woman is Susannah Mushatt Jones (USA, b. 6 July 1899), who is 115 years 363 days old as of 3 July 2015.The record was verified and presented just before Ms. Jones celebrated her 116th birthday.Read more: Happy 116th birthday to Susannah Mushatt Jones, our new oldest person record holder
11076Tallest crown princeUnknownSpain01 January 2001The heir to the Spanish throne, Príncipe de Asturias, Don Felipe de Borbón y Grecia (Spain, b. 30 January 1960), son of King Juan Carlos (b. Italy, 5 January 1938) and Queen Sofia (b. Greece, 2 November 1938) of Spain, stands at 1.97 m (6 ft 5.52 in).Christened Felipe Juan Pablo Alfonso de Todos los Santos de Borbón y Grecia, he was a member of Spain's sailing team competing at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.The second tallest heir is Prince Emanuele Filiberto Umberto Reza Renato Maria of Savoy (Italy) at 1.93 m (6 ft 3.96 in). Prince William (UK) stands at 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in).
11077Oldest twins - Conjoined (ever, male)Ronnie Galyon, Donnie GalyonUnited States25 October 2014On 4 July 2014, conjoined twins Ronnie and Donnie Galyon (USA, b. 25 October 1951) were 62 years 252 days old, surpassing their heroes Chang and Eng Bunker (b. 11 May 1911, d. 17 January 1874), the world-famous conjoined twins, who had lived to be 62 years 251 days old. When Ronnie and Donnie turned 63 on 25 October 2014, they then matched, or even surpassed, the twins recognized as the oldest conjoined twins ever, Giacomo and Giovanni Battista Tocci (Italy, b. 1875), who were widely reported to have lived 63 years.
11078Tallest womanZeng JinlianChina, Bright Moon Commune,Hunan Province,Yujiang13 February 1982Zeng Jinlian (China) (b. 26 June 1964) of Yujiang village in the Bright Moon Commune, Hunan Province, measured 2.48 m (8 ft 1.75 in) when she died on 13 February 1982.This figure represented her height with assumed normal spinal curvature because she suffered from severe scoliosis (curvature of the spine) and could not stand up straight. She began to grow abnormally from the age of four months and stood 1.56 m (5 ft 1.5 in)before her fourth birthday and 2.17 m (7 ft 1.5 in) when she was 13. Her hands measured 25 cm (10 in) and her feet 35.5 cm (14 in)in length. Both her parents and her brother were of normal size.
11079Longest career as a bartenderClarice J. Kramer Cadarette Grenkowicz (USA)United States, Alpena, MichiganThe longest career as a bartender was achieved by Clarice J. Kramer Cadarette Grenkowicz (b. 2 June 1919, USA) who has served as the primary bartender at the Maplewood Tavern in Alpena, Michigan, for 71 years.Clarice will celebrate her 92nd birthday this year (2011) and she still continues to work as a bartender at the Maplewood Tavern, which she also now owns. She has worked there for her entire career as bartender.She has been described as a "super" and "deserving" lady who you will find 'smiling behind the bar and ready to serve the beverage of your choice. She always remembers her customers and makes sure for her "regulars" the table is waiting and the amenities they request are there! It is still a family business and she is working everyday in her Tavern.'
11080Longest drop kick, Rugby UnionUnknownUKThe longest recorded successful drop goal is 77.7m (85yd) by Gerald Hamilton `Gerry' Brand (b. 8 Oct 1906) for South Africa v. England at Twickenham, Greater London, on 2 Jan 1932.
11081Youngest hat-trick scorer - British footballUnited Kingdom20 October 1970The youngest scorer of a treble in British football is Trevor Francis (b. 19 April 1954) aged 16 years 307 days when he scored four for Birmingham City against Bolton Wanderers on 20 February 1971.
11082Youngest cardinal everLuis Antonio de BourbonItaly19 December 1735The world's youngest cardinal ever was Luis Antonio de Bourbon (Italy, b. 25 July 1727) who was created cardinal on 19 December 1735 aged 8 years 147 days.
11083Oldest competitive pool playerWesley Walker1916/4/24 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Ardmore01 January 2001The oldest competitive pool player is Wesley Walker (USA) (b. 24 April 1916) who plays for Southern Vending in the Valley National Eight-ball Association league in Oklahoma, USA.
11084Youngest Olympic gold medallist - individual disciplineMarjorie GestringGermany, Berlin01 August 1936The youngest individual Olympic winner was Marjorie Gestring (USA) (b. November 18, 1922), who took the springboard diving title at the age of 13 yr 268 days at the Olympic Games in Berlin on August 12, 1936.
11085Oldest bell ringerReginald Bray1902/10/28 year(s), month(s), day(s)United Kingdom, Newton St Cyres01 July 2001Reginald Bray (UK) (b. 28 October 1902) is an active member of the bell ringing team of St Cyr and St Julitta, Newton St Cyres, Devon, UK, and is still ringing bells regularly.Bray became of member of the Guild of Devonshire Ringers 20 May 1922. As of April 2004, Reginald Bray was very much alive and well. He rang a 'touch' of grandsire doubles on 30th October 2003, two days after his 101st birthday.
11086Oldest active lifeguardLouis DemersUnited States, Quincy Illinois07 March 2012The oldest active lifeguard is Louis Demers (USA, b. 3 September 1923) of Quincy, Illinois, USA, who at the age of 88 years, 6 months, and 4 days has been an active lifeguard since 1954. Louis has been employed with Quincy based YMCA for over 16 years and has completed all the required qualifications as a senior lifeguard. He has successfully renewed his training and qualifications over set terms during his career.
11087Youngest person to have gallstonesJohnathan Reardon2/10 firstUnited States, Windsor, Colorado25 September 2010Johnathan Reardon (USA) (b. 15 Jul 2010) was first diagnosed with gallstones at the age of 2 months 10 days at the Children's Hospital Colorado, in Aurora, Colorado, USA, on 25 Sept 2010.
11088Lowest heart rateMartin BradyChannel Islands, Guernsey Chest and Heart Unit,Channel Islands11 August 2005The lowest resting heart beat on record is 27 bpm belonging to Martin Brady (UK, b. 24 March 1969) who was tested at the Guernsey Chest and Heart Unit, Channel Islands on 11 August 2005.
11089Youngest bi-lateral hip resurfacing patientDavid FogartyAustralia, Sydney26 November 2002David Fogarty (Australia) (b. 7 December 1988) underwent bi-lateral hip resurfacing on 26 November 2002 at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, aged 13 years 354 days.The operation, carried out by Dr James Sullivan, used the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing technique (metal on metal)
11090Best-selling female recording artistMadonna300000000 unit(s) soldNot Applicable, 01 January 2014Madonna (USA, b. Madonna Ciccone) has sold more than 300 million albums in her career since debuting with her self-titled release in 1983.
11091Most successful captain in Test match historyRicky Ponting48 timesNot Applicable, 30 December 2010Ricky Ponting (b. 19 December 1974, Australia) won his 48th Test match in charge of Australia in the Fourth Ashes Test vs. England at the MCG, in Melbourne, Australia, on 26–30 December 2010.
11092Oldest triple heart bypass surgery patientArmando PorcelliItaly15 March 2009Armando Porcelli (Italy, b. 9 October 1914) had triple bypass surgery performed on him at the Sant Andrea Hospital, in Rome, Italy, on 16 March 2009, at the age of 94 and 158 days.Received a letter from the doctor.
11093First woman to fly an airplane with her feetJessica CoxfirstUnited States, 10 October 2008The first woman to fly an airplane with her feet is Jessica Cox (b. 2 February 1983, USA), who was able to gain her pilot's licence on 10 October 2008 in spite of being born without arms. Jessica holds a Sport Pilot certificate, which qualifies her to fly a light-sport aircraft to altitudes of 10,000 feet. Flying an Ercoupe, a plane manufactured in the mid-1940s compatible with her abilities, Jessica mans the controls with one foot and delicately guides the steering column with the other. Jessica, a University of Arizona graduate, is a motivational speaker.
11094First crime show on TVTelecrimefirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 1938Telecrime (BBC, 1938–39) – later known as Telecrimes (1946) – challenged TV viewers to unravel crimes before the police and featured the first TV police detective, Inspector Holt (played by J B Rowe, UK).
11095First TV police detectiveInspector HoltfirstUnited Kingdomthe first TV police detective, Inspector Holt (played by J B Rowe, UK) in the first crime show on TV - Telecrime (BBC, 1938–39) – later known as Telecrimes (1946).
11096Most US no.1 music videosMadonna9 timesUnited States, 24 April 2010Madonna (USA, b. Madonna Ciccone) had her ninth No.1 on the US Music Video chart on 24 April 2010 with Sticky & Sweet Tour. No popular music artist has had more.
11097Oldest person to climb the Seven Summits - Carstensz only (female)Caroline LeClaireNepal, Mount EverestCaroline (Kay) LeClaire (USA, b. 8 March 1949) completed her last Seven Summit climb by ascending Mount Everest on 23 May 2009, aged 60 years and 77 days.A nurse, competitive ballroom dancer and mother, LeClaire did not start climbing until she was 51 years old.
11098Oldest boxing coach
11099Oldest working general practitionerKauromal ChandiramaniIndiaDr Kauromal M. Chandiramani (India, b. 9 May 1899), practised as a general practitioner in Bombay for 75 years 198 days from 22 September 1923-9 May 1999, to the age of 100. .He obtained his medical degree, L.C.P.S (the first medical qualification to be introduced during British rule in India) from Sind, India (now Pakistan) in 1923. Despite retiring on 14 February 1957, he set up his own Genral Practice.Aged 104 when awarded the record, he claims to have remained celibate following the death of his wife in 1944. He has never drunk alcohol, had caffeine or smoked and has always been a vegetarian
11100Youngest patient to have appendix removedSebastian Perez9 day(s)United States, Indianapolis09 August 2009The youngest person to have an appendectomy was Sebastian Perez (b. 31 July, 2009, IN, USA) when he was just 9 days old at the Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, on 9 August, 2009.Sebastian was recovering well at the time of discharge and after a few complications.

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