Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11191Youngest individual to score 15,000 points in an NBA careerLeBron JamesUnited States, Cleveland19 March 2010The youngest individual to score 15,000 points in an NBA career is LeBron James (b. 30 December 1984, USA), aged 25 years 79 days while playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers (USA) against the Chicago Bulls (USA) on 19 March 2010.James smashed the previous record held by Kobe Bryant, reaching the milestone 2 years and 57 days before Bryant. It also took James only 540 career games to reach the mark, compared to 657 for Bryant. James broke the record with a free throw in the first quarter of the game and would go on to score 29 points in the contest, a 92-85 Cleveland victory.
11192Oldest professional artistMoses Aleksandrovich FeiginRussia, MoscowThe oldest professional artist is Moses Aleksandrovich Feigin (Russia, b. 23 October 1904) whose last exhibition was at the Central House of the Artist in Moscow, Russia, from 27 April - 10 May 2007 when he was 102 years 199 days old.He died 4 May 2008, at the age of 104. Commemorated in the 2009 "In Memoria" section
11193First crossing of the English Channel swimming (female)Gertrude Caroline EderlefirstUnited Kingdom, Deal06 August 1926The first woman to succeed was Gertrude Caroline Ederle (USA, b. 23 October 1906) who swam from Cap Gris-Nez, France to Deal, England on 6 August 1926, in the then overall record time of 14 hr 39 min.
11194Oldest person to captain a European Cup / Champions League-winning teamPaolo MaldiniGreece, AthensThe oldest captain of a European Cup / Champions League-winning team is Paolo Maldini (Italy, b. 26 June 1968), when he led AC Milan out in the final against Liverpool in Athens, Greece, on 23 May 2007 aged 38 years 331 days.
11195Largest wheelchair tennis tournamentJames Bernet12 peopleUnited States, San Diego20 June 2008The largest wheelchair tennis tournament was comprised of 12 wheelchair athletes in the "Open B" division of an event organised by Business Clubs of America (USA) in San Diego, California, USA, on 20 June 2008. The event consisted of 60 total participants in seven different competitive divisions.Danny Girton Jr. adjudicated
11196Oldest person to reach No.1 on the US Dance Club chartYoko OnoUnited States15 January 2007Yoko Ono (Japan, b. 18 February 1933), the wife of late Beatle John Lennon (UK), became the oldest person to top the US Dance Club chart when ‘No, No, No’ reached the peak on 5 January 2007, when she was aged 73 years 321 days.
11197Oldest Rugby League PlayerDennis GleesonAustralia, Sydney26 August 2006The oldest rugby league player is Dennis Gleeson (Australia, b.17 August 1936), who was 70 years and 9 days old when he played for the State Rail Apprentice RLFC in the NSW Tertiary Student Rugby League Competition, at the Peter Hislop Oval, Auburn, Australia, on 26 August 2006.Dennis wore the number 12 jersey and played as a forward. He has been playing for the State Rail Apprentice tertiary team since the 1998 season. Dennis was registered for the whole 2006 season and played on a weekly basis.
11198Longest career as an actressDercy GoncalvesBrazil, Various01 January 2008The longest career as an actress is 86 years and was achieved by Dercy Goncalves (Brazil, b. 26 June 1907) who ran away from home and joined a travelling theatre in 1922 and acted on stage, in television and film until 2008 when she starred in the film Nossa vida nao cabe num opala at the age of 101.Dercy Goncalves sadly died on 19 July 2008, the much-celebrated actress was commemorated by a host of Brazilians including current President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Despite being just 4 ft 11 in height she had a reputation for causing a big scene and even declared in 2007 that nobody was happier than her.
11199Youngest person to play in English league football (soccer)Reuben Noble-LazarusUnited Kingdom, Portman Road, Ipswich30 September 2008The youngest player to appear in an English league match is Reuben Noble-Lazarus (United Kingdom, b. 16 August 1993), who came on as a substitue for Barnsley, aged 15 years 45 days, at Portman Road, Ipswich, United Kingdom, on 30 September 2008.Barnsley lost the game 3-0 against Ipswich. Reuben was too young to be paid so Barnsley manager Simon Davey quipped that he would be paid with a ham sandwich and some pizza.
11200Most runs in cricket Twenty20 World Cup careerMahela JayawardeneNot Applicable07 October 2012Mahela Jayawardene (b. 27 May 1977, Sri Lanka) has scored 858 runs in 25 innings, at an average of 40.85 runs per innings, in the four ICC World Twenty20 tournaments (2007, 2009, 2010 and 2012) held to date.
11201Most wickets taken in an ICC World Twenty20 career (male)Shahid AfridiNot Applicable01 January 2007Shahid Afridi (b. 1 March 1980, Pakistan) has taken 27 wickets in 80.0 overs (20 matches), at an average of 19.22 runs per wicket, in the three ICC World Twenty20 tournaments held to date (2007-10).
11202Oldest Olympic medallist in canoeing (female)Josefa IdemChina, Beijing23 August 2008The oldest olympic canoeing medallist is Josefa Idem (Italy) (b.23 September 1964) aged 43 yr 335 days when she won a silver medal in the K1 500 m flatwater at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, on 23 August 2008. A certificate was presented to Josefa Idem on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 18 April 2009.
11203Youngest goalscorer in the top division of Spanish football (soccer)Fabrice OlingaSpain, Vigo18 August 2012The youngest goalscorer in the top division of Spanish football (soccer) is Fabrice Olinga (b. 12 May 1996, Cameroon) who scored when he was 16 years and 102 days old, playing for Málaga against Celta Vigo, at the Estadio Municipal de Balaídos, in Vigo, Spain, on 18 August 2012.
11204Oldest manager in the English football (soccer) Premier LeagueBobby RobsonUnited Kingdom, Various28 August 2004The oldest manager in the English football Premier League is Sir Bobby Robson (UK, b. 18 February 1933) who was aged 71 years 194 days when he took charge of Newcastle United for the last time against Aston Villa, at Villa Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom, on 28 August 2004. Aston Villa won the match and Bobby Robson was sacked as Newcastle manager two days later despite finishing 5th the previous season following two consecutive Champions League qualifications. Outside of the Premier League Sir Bobby Robson won both the FA Cup and UEFA Cup with Ipswich, in Spain he tasted European success again winning the Cup Winner's Cup with Barcelona. At both Porto and PSV Eindhoven he won back to back league titles. As the manager of the England national team he guided England to a World Cup Quarter Final in 1986 and Semi Final in 1990.
11205Youngest person to captain an NHL teamSidney CrosbyNot Applicable01 January 2001At 19 years 297 days Sidney Crosby (Canada, b. 7 August 1987) of the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) became the youngest player in NHL history to be named team captain. Vincent Lecavalier (Canada) was 27 days older when the Tampa Bay Lightning (USA) appointed him captain for the 2000-01 season.
11206Longest underwater power cableJeanet MarkinkNetherlands, Norway - Netherlands11 September 2008The longest underwater power cable is 577.5 km (358.84 miles) long and connects the norwegian power grid at Feda with the dutch power grid at Eemshaven. The cable was laid by TenneT TSO B.V. and Statnett and inaugurated on 11 September 2008.The single cable weighs 37.5 kg per metre, the double cable 85 kg per metre. The current passing through the cable is direct current (DC). the cable has a capacity of 700 MW.
11207Oldest wakeboarderLinda BrownUnited States, Smith Mountain Lake25 July 2009The oldest competitive wakeboarder is Linda Brown (United States, b. 10 December 1945) aged 63 yr 227 days when she competed in the Battle of Bull Run Wakeboard Tournament, Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, United States, on 25 July 2009.Linda competed in the Women's division and finished 5th overall. In total over 300 wakeboarders took part with estimated crowds of up to 1,000 people during the tournament.
11208Longest survivor of an artificial heart valve replacement - single valveDoris Clare44/76 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, London,,Brook General Hospital30 April 1969The longest surviving artificial heart-valve transplant patient is Doris Clare (b. 20 Sep 1926, UK), who received an aortic valve replacement on 30 April 1969, in Woolwich, London, UK, and as of 15 July 2013 has had it for 44 years, 76 days.
11209Youngest person to row the Indian Ocean solo (female)Sarah OutenUnited Kingdom03 August 2009The youngest female to row the Indian Ocean solo is Sarah Outen (UK, b 26 May 1985) who rowed East to West between 1 April and 3 August 2009, aged 23 years 310 days at the start.Sarah's journey began in Australia and ended 4,000 miles later in Mauritius. She rowed in her boat - Serendipity.
11210Youngest individual to score 25,000 points in an NBA careerKobe BryantUnited States, Cleveland,Quicken Loans Arena,Quicken Loans Arena21 January 2010The youngest individual to score 25,000 points in an NBA career is Kobe Bryant ((b. 23 August 1978, USA) who was 31 years and 151 days old at the time he reached the mark. He achieved this whilst playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, on 21 January 2010.Kobe Bryant scored a free throw to reach the 25,000 points milestone. He achieved this record in 35 fewer days than Wilt Chamberlain (USA). He is the 15th player with most points in the history of the NBA. The L.A.Lakers lost this match against the Cleveland Cavaliers (87-93) with Kobe scoring 31 points.
11211Oldest person to lead an NHL season in goals scoredBill CookNot Applicable01 January 1933Bill Cook (Canada, b. 9 October 1896) was 37 years old when he was the league''s top goal scorer while playing for the New York Rangers (USA) in the 1932-33 season. Cook tallied 50 points on 28 goals and 22 assists.
11212Youngest basketball player to appear in 1,000 games in NBA careerKobe BryantUnited States, Los Angeles23 February 2010The youngest player to appear in 1,000 games in NBA career is Kobe Bryant (b. 23 August 1978, USA) aged 31 years and 177 days, when playing for Los Angeles Lakers against the Memphis Grizzlies on 23 February 2010.The Lakers won that game with a winning shoot by Kobe Bryant with 4.3 seconds remaining in the game.
11213Oldest international rugby union player
11214Longest sneezing fitDonna Griffiths1000000 timesUnited Kingdom, -16 September 1983The longest sneezing fit ever recorded is that of Donna Griffiths (UK) (b. 1969) who started sneezing on 13 January 1981. She sneezed an estimated million times in the first 365 days and achieved her first sneeze-free day on 16 September 16 1983&mdashthe 978th day.
11215Strangest dietMonsieur Mangetout900 gram(s)France, Grenoble01 January 1959During his lifetime, Michel Lotito (France) (b. 15 June 1950) of Grenoble, France, known as Monsieur Mangetout, ate metal and glass throughout his lifetime, beginning in 1959. Gastroenterologists X-rayed his stomach and described his ability to consume 900 g (2 lb) of metal per day as unique.His diet since 1966 included 18 bicycles, 15 supermarket trolleys, seven TV sets, six chandeliers, two beds, a pair of skis, a low-calorie Cessna light aircraft and a computer. He is said to have provided the only example in history of a coffin (handles and all) ending up inside a man.He first became aware of his ability when a glass from which he was drinking, broke and he began chewing the fragments. By October 1997, he had eaten nearly 9 tons of metal. He said that bananas and hard-boiled eggs made him sick.Mr Lotito died of natural causes on June 25, 2007.
11216Oldest person to score 40-goal seasons consecutively in NHL ice hockeyTeemu SelanneUnited States11 March 2007By scoring two power-play goals against the visiting Vancouver Canucks on 11 March 2007, Teemu Selanne (b. 3 July 1970, Finland) of the Anaheim Ducks (USA) became the oldest player to record consecutive 40-goal seasons aged 36 years 251 days.
11217Largest collection of valid credit cardsWalter CavanaghUnited StatesWalter Cavanagh (b. 1943) of Santa Clara, California, USA has collated 1,497 individual valid credit cards. The cost of acquisition to "Mr. Plastic Fantastic" was nil, but they are worth more than $1.7 million (£912,213) in credit.The cards are kept in the world's longest wallet measuring 76.2m (250ft) in length and weighing 17.49kg (38lb 8oz). If laid end-to-end, Cavanagh’s credit cards would reach the top of a four-storey building
11218First female to row the Indian Ocean soloSarah OutenfirstMauritius, 03 August 2009In 2009, Sarah Outen (UK, b. 26 May 1985) became the first woman to row the Indian Ocean solo, completing her record journey on the Serendipity from Fremantle, Australia, to Mauritius in 124 days 14 hr 9 min between 1 April and 3 August 2009.
11219Oldest person to row across any ocean solo (female)Diana Hoff, Atlantic13 September 1999The oldest female row any ocean solo is Diana Hoff (UK, b. 1 May 1944), who rowed the Atlantic East to West solo, in Star Atlantic II between 13 September 1999 - 5 January 2000, aged 55 years 152 days at the start.
11220Youngest film directorSaugat Bista7 years 340 days year(s), day(s)Nepal, Kathmandu12 December 2014The youngest director of a professionally made feature length film is Saugat Bista (Nepal, b. 6 January 2007), who was aged 7 years and 340 days when Love you baba (Nepal, 2014) was released in cinemas on 12 December 2014.Saugat is also a member of the Film Directors Guild of NepalRead more: Oscars 2015: The Guinness World Records alternative Academy Awards

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