Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

11161Youngest winner of the golf US MastersTiger WoodsUnited States, Augusta13 April 1997The youngest winner of the golf US Masters is Tiger Woods (United States, b. 30 December 1975) aged 21 years 104 days when he won the 1997 US Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, United States, on 13 April 1997.Tiger Woods also recorded the lowest ever score in the 1997 Masters and won by the widest margin.
11162Oldest bodybuilder - femaleE. Wilma Conner75/11/15 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Loveland, Colorado20 August 2011The oldest competitive female bodybuilder is E. Wilma Conner(USA, b. 09 May 1935). She last competed in the 2011 NPC ArmbrustPro Gym Warrior Classic Bodybuilding Championships in Loveland,Colorado, USA, on 20 August 2011.
11163Youngest Premier League refereeMichael OliverUnited Kingdom, Birmingham21 August 2010The youngest Premier League referee is Michael Oliver (UK, b. 20 February 1985), who made his debut at 25 years, 182 days in Birmingham City v. Blackburn at St Andrews, Scotland, UK, on 21 August 2010.
11164Youngest individual to score 15,000 points, NBA careerLeBron JamesUnited States19 March 2010At 25 years 79 days, LeBron James (b. 30 December 1984, USA) is the youngest player in NBA history to score 15,000 career points. James reached the mark while playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers (USA) against the Chicago Bulls (USA) on 19 March 2010.
11165Youngest player to block 1,000 shotsJosh SmithUnited States02 February 2010At age 24 years 59 days, Josh Smith (USA, b. 5 December 1985) is the youngest player in NBA history to reach 1,000 career blocked shots. He reached the mark while playing for the Atlanta Hawks (USA) on 2 February 2010.
11166Oldest competitive darts playerCandy Miller91/123 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, poole24 February 2012The oldest competitive darts player is Candy Miller (b. 21 October 1920, UK) who at 91 years, 123 days old is still playing in the Bournemouth and District Ladies Darts League, in Parkstone, Bournemouth, UK, as verified on 24 February 2012.Candy has been playing darts competitively since 1966 and is still playing twice a week in the Tuesday and Thursday night league. Candy also played in the super league at one time and has also been able to play with several professional players during her darts career.
11167Oldest person to cycle from Land's End to John-O'-GroatsTony RathboneUnited Kingdom, John O'GroatsThe oldest person to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats is Tony Rathbone (UK, b. 10 December 1932) who was aged 81 years and 162 days when he completed the journey on 21 May 2014.Roger Anthony "Tony" Rathbone started his journey from Land's End to John O'Groats on 7 May 2014 with his friend, William "Billy" Skipper. They cycled a total of 1,526.46 km (948.5 miles) and were riding for a total of 79 hours 34 minutes.
11168Fastest goal scored in ice hockey (female)
11169Youngest person to start the Le Mans 24-hour raceMatthew McMurryFrance, Le Mans14 June 2014The youngest person to start the Le Mans 24-hour race is Matthew McMurry (USA, b. 24 November 1997) aged 16 years 202 days representing Caterham Racing in Le Mans, France, on 14 June 2014.McMurry beat the previous record that had stood since 1959 when Mexican driver Ricardo Rodriguez started the race aged 17 yrs 126 days. McMurry also finished the race in 25th place to set another record.
11170Tallest professional golfer everMarcel PickelGermany, Frechen07 June 2013The tallest professional golf player ever is Marcel Pickel (Germany, b. 10 June 1984), who was verified as measuring 2.06 metres (6 ft 9 in) on 22 September 2014 in Köln, Germany (to be checked). Pickel played on the PGA of Germany Tour from 2010 to 2013.
11171Longest career as an ice-cream manAllan GanzUnited States, West PeabodyThe longest career as an ice cream man is 67 years, achieved by Allan Ganz (b. 13 July 1937, USA), who has been working as an ice cream man continuously from 1947 to 2014, in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA, at the age of 76.He began selling ice cream with his dad, Louis Ganz, at the age of 10, and they sold ice cream together in the cities of Everett and Malden, Massachusetts, USA. Allan bought his own ice cream truck in 1977 and has sold ice cream in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA, for the last 37 years.Read more: Allan Ganz breaks record for longest career as an ice cream man
11172Oldest female racing driverJeannie ReimanCanada, Stroud03 August 2004The oldest female racing driver is Jeannie Reiman ( b. New Zealand, 19 April 1913) who competed in the Canadian Vintage Modified's 10 lap Powder Puff race at Sunset Speedway in Stroud, Ontario, Canada, on 3 August 2003, aged 90 years 106 days.
11173Longest marathon playing beach volleyballMateusz Baca, Sebastian Lüdke, Tomasz Olszak, Wojciech Kurczyński25/39 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Görlitz04 July 2010The longest beach volleyball marathon lasted 25 hr 39 min achieved by Mateusz Baca, Sebastian Lüdke, Tomasz Olszak, and Wojciech Kurczynski (all Germany) in Görlitz, Germany, on 3-4 July 2010. The attempt was made at the Rosenhof sports and leisure centre by the four members of sports club VfB Görlitz.The attempt began at 9:01:32 a.m. on 3 July and ended at 10:41 a.m. on 4 July.
11174Oldest performing clownFloyd "Creeky" CreekmoreUnited States, Billings, Montana03 February 2012Floyd "Creeky" Creekmore (USA, b. 14 July 1916), has been performing as Creeky the clown since the 1980s and was recognized as the oldest clown still working at the age of 95 years, 6 months, and 19 days on 3 February 2012.Floyd "Creeky" Creekmore is due for his last audience performance before he officially retires on 24 February 2012. Creeky has been a Shrine clown for 30 years and transformed himself from a "lipstick clown" who performed on his own, to a well-made-up prankster who has won international awards.
11175Youngest Oscar nominee for Best Supporting ActorJustin HenryUnited States, Hollywood25 February 1980Justin Henry (USA, b. 25 May 1971) was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category on the 25 February 1980, for his role of 'Billy Kramer' in Kramer vs. Kramer (USA 1979) at the age of 8 years 276 days. Name Birth Film NominatedAge Justin Henry (USA) 25 May 1971 Kramer vs. Kramer (USA 1979) 25 February 1980 8 years 276 days Haley Joel Osment (USA) 10 April 1988 The Sixth Sense (USA 1999) 15 February 2000 11 years 311 days Brandon De Wilde (USA) 9 April 1942 Shane (USA 1953) 15 February 1954 11 years 312 days Jack Wild (UK) 30 September 1952 Oliver! (UK1968) 24 February 1969 16 years 147 days Sal Mineo (USA) 10 January 1939 Rebel without a Cause (USA 1955) 18 February 1956 17 years 39 days River Phoenix (USA) 23 August 1970 Running on Empty (USA 1988) 15 February 1989 18 years 176 days
11176Pro Stock (Car), NHRA Drag racing, oldest winning driverWarren JohnsonUnited States, Denver01 January 2005Warren Johnson (USA, b. 7 July 1943) became the oldest driver to win a POWERade Series event. He won three events in 2005, the last coming at the Mopar Mile-High Nationals at Denver, Colorado USA, at the age of 62 years, 9 days.
11177Oldest elected popePope Clement XItaly, Rome29 April 1670The oldest pontiff at the time of his election was Clement X (Italy, b. Emilio Altieri 13 July 1590) who became pope on 29 April 1670 at the age of 79 years 290 days and crowned on 11 May that year. He died on 22 July 1676.
11178Youngest person to win an Olympic gold medal for alpine skiingKjetil André AamodtFrance, Albertville16 February 1992The youngest alpine skiier to win an Olympic gold is Kjetil Andre Aamodt (Norway, b. 2 September 1971), who won the first of his four career Olympic golds in Albertville, France, on 16 February 1992, aged 20 years 167 days.He won it in the super giant slalom event.
11179Oldest person to win an Olympic gold medal for alpine skiingKjetil André AamodtItaly, Turin18 February 2006The oldest alpine skiier to win an Olympic gold is Kjetil André Aamodt (Norway, b. 2 September 1971), who won his fourth career Olympic gold in Turin, Italy, on 18 February 2006, aged 34 years 169 days.He won it in the super giant slalom event.
11180Oldest table tennis playerDot De LowBrazil, Rio de JaneiroThe oldest table tennis player is Dorothy de Low (Australia, b. 5 October 1910) who was 97 years 232 days when she represented Australia at the XIV World Veterans Table Tennis Championships, at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 25 May 2008.Dorothy, or Dot as she is known to friends has previously represented Australia in numerous World Veterans Championships. She won the gold medal at the 1992 championship in Dublin in the Over 80s Womens Singles category.
11181Youngest Person to Dive to the TitanicSebastian Harris13/10/15 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, 04 August 2005The youngest person to dive to the Titanic is Sebastian Harris (b. 19 September 1991, USA) who at the age of 13 years, 10 months and 15 days dove to the wreck aboard the Russian submersible Mir 2 on 4 August 2005.
11182Youngest person to row the Indian Ocean (male)Simon ChalkUnited Kingdom27 February 2003The youngest person to row the Indian Ocean is Simon Chalk (UK, b. 12 September 1972), who rowed the Indian East to West solo between 27 February - 15 June 2003, aged 30 years 168 days at the start.
11183Oldest person ranked world tennis number one (male)Andre AgassiUnited StatesThe oldest male tennis player to be ranked number one by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) is Andre Agassi (USA, b. 29 April 1970), who becamed the highest seeded men's player on 11 May 2003 aged 33 years 13 days, and remained there for 14 weeks.After 21 years in tennis, Andre Agassi retired following his defeat in the third round of the 2006 US Open.
11184Longest serving newspaper columnistJack IngramUnited KingdomJack Ingram (UK, b. 20 September 1919) contributed weekly articles on 'Scouts and Scouting' to the Heywood Advertiser from 29 December 1933 until his final column on 5 February 2004. Also known by the pen name, White Eagle, Ingram is the longest serving columnist with 71 years of published weekly columns.This record is interrupted only by his service in the WWII.Claimant reported deceased in the Heywood Advertiser on 28 October 2004.
11185Longest surviving quintuple heart bypass patientChris Daly30/16 year(s), day(s)Canada, Saskatoon21 October 2010The longest surviving quintuple heart bypass patient is Chris Daly (Canada, b. 25 December 1918) who underwent surgery at the St. Boniface General Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on 5 October 1980, and as of 21 October 2010 has survived 30 years and 16 days.Chris Daly continues to live an active life and even ran a marathon at age 85.
11186Youngest player to score 50 points in an NBA matchLeBron JamesUnited States, Cleveland20 March 2005The youngest individual to score 50 points in an NBA match is LeBron James (b. 30 December 1984, USA), aged 20 years 80 days playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Toronto Raptors on 20 March 2005.James scored a franchise record 56 points, but the Cavaliers still lost the game 105-98.
11187Youngest rugby union refereeJayden GreenAustralia, Aroona31 August 2011The youngest rugby union referee is Jayden Green (Australia, b. 2 August 2001) who was 10 yr 29 days when he refereed two U10 matches at Telara Primary College, Aroona, Queensland, Australia on 31 August 2011.
11188Longest toe - livingXi Shun8.4 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, London21 September 2005Excluding cases of elephantiasis, then the longest toes measured on a living person are the 'big' toes belonging to Xi Shun (China b. 1951) at 8.4 cm (3.3 in) long, as a result of measurements taken at the Millennium Hotel, London, UK, on 21 September 2005.The measurement was made by GWR Editor Craig Glenday.
11189Most durable football refereeCsernyi GézaHungary, Eger01 February 2007The most durable football referee is Csernyi Géza (b. 25 March 1932 Hungary), who has been an active referee for 57 years. He gained his refereeing qualification on 7 June 1950 and officiated his last match in Hungary, in February 2007. Csernyi Géza was received a diploma for his 57 years service to Hugarian refereeing by the President of the Hungarian Football Federation at an awards ceremony in February 2007.
11190Youngest person to row the Atlantic East to West soloSam KnightBarbados19 March 2004The youngest person to row across the Atlantic East to West solo is Sam Knight (UK, b. 19 June 1980) who rowed Pacific Pete TNT, leaving the Canary Islands on 20 January 2004 aged 23 years 214 days and arriving in Barbados on 19 March 2004.

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