Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

11221Tallest teenager living (male)Kevin Bradford215.9 centimetre(s)United States, Doral30 April 2015The tallest male under the age of 18 years is Kevin Bradford (USA, b. 27 October 1998), who measured 215.9 cm (7 ft 1 in), at Paediatric Associates in Doral, Florida, USA, on 30 April 2015.Kevin was 16 years 185 days old at the time of verification.Like many boys his age, Bradford, of Virginia Gardens, Florida, is an avid gamer and basketball player.
11222Youngest male solo artist to debut at No.1 on Billboard Hot 100Justin Bieber21 years 202 days year(s), day(s)United States, Not applicable19 September 2015Justin Bieber (Canada, b. 1 March 1994) was 21 years 202 days old when "What Do You Mean?", the first single from his fourth studio album, debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 19 September 2015."What Do You Mean?" was the 23rd single to debut at No.1 on the Hot 100. The first song to achieve the feat was "You Are Not Alone" by Michael Jackson (b. 29 August 1958), on 2 September 1995 - some 37 years after the first Hot 100 chart was published on 4 August 1958. The other male solo artists with No.1 debuts are: Puff Daddy (aka Sean Combs, b. 4 November 1969), on 14 June 1997 Elton John (b. 25 March 1947), on 11 October 1997 Clay Aiken (b. 30 November 1978), on 28 June 2003 Taylor Hicks (b. 7 October 1976), on 1 July 2006 Eminem (b. Marshall Mathers III, 17 October 1972), on 22 May 2010 and Baauer (b. Harry Bauer Rodrigues, 30 April 1989), on 2 March 2013. Bieber took the record from Baauer, who was 23 years 306 days when "Harlem Shake" entered the chart at the top.The youngest solo artist (male or female) to debut at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 is Fantasia (aka Fantasia Barrino, b. 30 June 1984), the winner of season 3 (2004) of American Idol, who was 20 years 10 days old when "I Believe" made its chart-topping debut on 10 July 2004.The youngest person (male, female or group member) to debut at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 is Mike Keith (b. 19 December 1979), a (now former) member of the R&B quartet 112, who featured alongside Puff Daddy and Faith Evans on the Notorious B.I.G. tribute "I'll Be Missing You". The single debuted at No.1 on 14 June 1997, at which time Keith was 17 years 177 days old. Two other 112 members, Marvin "Slim" Scandrick (b. 25 September 1978) and Daron Jones (b. 28 December 1977), were also younger than Fantasia at the time of a Hot 100 No.1 debut, at 18 years 262 days and 19 years 168 days old, respectively. The fourth group member, Quinnes "Q" Parker (b. 24 March 1977) was 20 years 82 days old when "I'll Be Missing You" entered at the top - i.e., younger than Bieber was upon his No.1 bow.The full list of No.1 debuts on the Billboard Hot 100:"You Are Not Alone" - Michael Jackson (2 September 1995)"Fantasy" - Mariah Carey (30 September 1995)"Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" - Whitney Houston (25 November 1995)"One Sweet Day" - Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men (2 December 1995)"I'll Be Missing You" - Puff Daddy and Faith Evans feat. 112 (14 June 1997)"Honey" - Mariah Carey (13 September 1997)"Something About the Way You Look Tonight"/"Candle in the Wind 1997" (11 October 1997)"My Heart Will Go On" - Celine Dion (28 February 1998)"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" - Aerosmith (5 September 1998)"Doo Wop (That Thing)" - Lauryn Hill (14 November 1998)"This Is the Night" - Clay Aiken (28 June 2003)"I Believe" - Fantasia (10 July 2004)"Inside Your Heaven" - Carrie Underwood (2 July 2005)"Do I Make You Proud" - Taylor Hicks (1 July 2006)"3" - Britney Spears (24 October 2009)"Not Afraid" - Eminem (22 May 2010)"We R Who We R" - Ke$ha (now Kesha) (13 November 2010)"Hold It Against Me" - Britney Spears (29 January 2011)"Born this Way" - Lady Gaga (26 February 2011) - the 1,000th Hot 100 No.1 "Part of Me" - Katy Perry (3 March 2012)"Harlem Shake" - Baauer (2 March 2013)"Shake It Off" - Taylor Swift (6 September 2014)"What Do You Mean?" - Justin Bieber (19 September 2015)As a promotional teaser prior to release, a number of celebrities - including Ryan Seacrest (on whose show Bieber announced the single), Ed Sheeran and previous No.1 debutants Mariah Carey and Britney Spears - took to social media holding cards with the song's title on it."What Do You Mean?" was a chart-topping smash in a number of countries, including Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden and the UK, where it debuted at No.1 on 12 September 2015.Congratulations to @justinbieber Youngest Male Artist to Debut at Number 1 on @billboard Hot 100 #WhatDoYouMean GuinnessWorldRecords (@GWR) September 10, 2015
11223Most “liked” person on FacebookCristiano Ronaldo106464840 peopleNot Applicable, 16 September 2015As of 16 September 2015, the most “liked” person on Facebook was Portuguese football player Cristiano Ronaldo, with 106,464,840 "likes". This put him ahead of Colombian vocalist Shakira (b. Shakira Mebarak Ripoll) on 102,721,139 "likes" and US actor Vin Diesel (aka Mark Vincent) on 95,359,888.
11224Oldest living leopard in captivityDonna Martin Working Wildlife24 years 58 days year(s), day(s)United States, Frazier Park20 November 2015The oldest living leopard in captivity is Ivory (b. 23 September 1991), aged 24 years 58 days as of 20 November 2015. Ivory is owned by Donna Martin and Working Wildlife (both USA) and lives in Frazier Park, California, USA.Ivory lived with his sister Crystal for all of his life until she sadly passed away in recent years.
11225Oldest woman to climb Mt KilimanjaroAngela Vorobeva86, 267 year(s), day(s)Tanzania, Uhuru Peak, Kilimanjaro29 October 2015The oldest woman to climb Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m 19,340 ft) is Angela Vorobeva (Russia, b. 4 February 1929), who reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, aged 86 years 267 days, on 29 October 2015. The group expedition of which Mrs Vorobeva was part departed from Londorossi Gate (2,360 m) on 23 October and reached Uhuru Peak (5,895 m) at midday on the seventh day (29 October) of the trek. On 30 October, the group descended to Mweka Gate (1,640 m).
11226Oldest boxing world champion (female)Alicia Ashley48/67 year(s), day(s)United States, New York29 October 2015The oldest female boxing world champion is Alicia Ashley (Jamaica, b. 23 August 1967) who was 48 years and 67 days old when she defeated Christina McMahon to regain the WBC Female Super Bantamweight title, in Brooklyn, New York, USA, on 29 October 2015.Alicia Ashley had already broken this record in the past, when she retained the WBC Femane Super Bantamweight championship on 23 October 2013 against Zenny Sotomayor.
11227Fastest row single sculls lightweight class (female)Zoe McBride7:24.46 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Varese20 June 2015The fastest single sculls lightweight class row by a female rower is 7:24.46 and was achieved by Zoe McBride (New Zealand, b. 27 September 1995) at the World Rowing Cup regatta in Varese, Italy, on 20 June 2015.Aged just 19 at the time, Zoe McBride broke the record that had been set before she was born during the semi final of the Regatta. Later on in 2015 she won the gold medal at the World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France.
11228Youngest player to win 50 UEFA Champions League matchesThomas Müller26, 72 year(s), day(s)Germany, Munich24 November 2015The youngest player to win 50 UEFA Champions League matches is Thomas Müller (Germany, b. 13 September 1989) who played for Bayern Munich, aged 26 years and 72 days in their victory against Olympiacos F.C. at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, on 24 November 2015. Thomas Müller scored Bayern Munich’s third goal in their 4-0 victory over Olympiacos in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. The match was Bayern Munich’s 100th home game in the competition.
11229Oldest active football (soccer) refereePeter Pak-Ngo Pang80/161 year(s), day(s)United States, San Jose14 April 2013The oldest active football (soccer) referee is Peter Pak-Ngo Pang (USA, b. China, 4 November 1932), who at 80 years 161 days is still refereeing in the adult men's league in San Jose, California, USA, as verified on 14 April 2013.Mr Pang last officiated a match between Club Lobos and Dinamo in San Jose, California, USA, on 14 April 2013.
11230Youngest individual to score 5,000 points in an NBA careerLeBron JamesUnited States, Salt Lake City,Utah01 January 2000The youngest individual to score 5,000 points in an NBA career is LeBron James (b. 30 December 1984, USA), aged 21 years 22 days. While playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers (USA) James scored 51 points against the Utah Jazz (USA) in Salt Lake City, Utah (USA) on 21 January 2006, surpassing the mark previously held by Kobe Bryant (b. 23 August 1978), who was 22 years 116 days when he scored his 5,000th point playing for the Los Angeles Lakers (USA) in 2000.
11231Youngest individual to score 10,000 points in an NBA careerLeBron JamesUnited States, Boston,Boston Garden27 February 2007The youngest individual to score 10,000 points in an NBA career is Lebron James (b. 30 December 1984, USA), aged 23 years and 59 days. While playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers (USA), Lebron James scored 26 points against the Boston Celtics (USA), in Boston, Massachussets, USA, on 27 February 2007, surpassing the mark previously held by Kobe Bryant (b. 23 August 1978), who was 24 years 193 days old when he scored his 10,000th point playing for the Los Angeles Lakers (USA) in 2003.It took Lebron James 368 games to do it, becoming the ninth fastest in NBA history.Lebron James is also the youngest player to achieve 5,000 points, the youngest player to score 50 points in an NBA match, and the youngest individual to win Most Valuable Player award of All-Star game.
11232Undefeated heavyweight world champion, BoxingUnknown49 timesUSARocky Marciano (USA) (b. Rocco Francis Marchegiano) (1923-69) is the only world champion at any weight to have won every fight of his entire completed professional career, from 17 March 1947-21 September 1955 (he announced his retirement on 27 April 1956) 43 of his 49 fights were by knock-outs or stoppages.
11233Oldest British RoyalPrincess AliceUnited Kingdom, London20 August 2003Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (UK, b. Lady Alice Christabel Montagu Douglas Scott, 25 December 1901) became the oldest ever member of the Royal Family when she reached the age of 101 years and 238 days on 20 August 2003. She died peacefully in her sleep at the age of 102 years 308 days on 29 October 2004 at Kensington Palace, London, UK.
11234Greatest mileage run, daily - maleRon Hill1964/12/20 year(s), month(s), day(s)UK, 17 March 2005Dr Ron Hill (b. 21 Sep 1938, UK), the 1969 European and 1970 Commonwealth marathon champion, has not missed a day's training since 20 Dec 1964. His meticulously compiled training log shows a total of over 234,177 km (145,511 miles) from 3 Sep 1956 to 23 March 2005. He has completed 115 marathons,114 of them sub 2 hr 52 min, and raced in 88 nations.
11235Most Oscar nominations before winningRandy Newman15 timesUnited States, Los Angeles24 March 2002Randy Newman (USA, b. 28 November 1943) won the Oscar for Best Music (Song) with "If I Didn't Have You" from the film Monsters, Inc. (USA 2001) on his 16th nomination at the 74th Academy Awards held on 24 March 2002. He received his first nominations in 1982 for Ragtime (USA 1981) for both Best Song and Best Original Score.This beats the record previously held by Geraldine Page (1924 - 1987) who finally won her Oscar at the eighth attempt with Best Actress for The Trip to Bountiful (US 1985) at the age of 61 in 1986.
11236Most currencies featuring the same individualQueen Elizabeth II35 timesUnited KingdomThe image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (b. 1926) appears on the coinage of at least 35 different countries - more countries than any other living monarch. Elizabeth II is Queen of the United Kingdom and head of the Commonwealth. The year 2002 sees The Queen's Golden Jubilee, marking 50 years since The Queen's Accession .Queen Victoria appeared on the coinage of 21 countries and the image of King George V appeared on 19.The following countries have issued coinage with The Queen's image: Canada, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, East Caribbean States, Jamaica, Turks Caicos, Falkland Islands, St. Helena, Tristan da Cunha, South Africa, Rhodesia, East Africa, Nigeria, Mauritius, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Malaya British Borneo, Australia, New Zealand, Tokelau, Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Cyprus, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, and the UK.
11237Longest span as an Olympic competitor, MenUnknownDenmarkThe longest span of an Olympic competitor is 40 years by: Dr Ivan Joseph Martin Osiier (Denmark) (1888-1965) in fencing, 1908-32 and 1948 Magnus Andreas Thulstrup Clasen Konow (Norway) (1887-1972) in yachting, 1908-20, 1928 and 1936-48 Paul Elvstrom (Denmark) in yachting, 1948-60, 1968-72 and 1984-88 and Durward Randolph Knowles (Great Britain 1948, then Bahamas) (b. 2 Nov 1917) in yachting, 1948-72 and 1988.
11238Highest personal majorityBoris Nikolayevich YeltsinRussia, Moscow01 March 1989The highest-ever personal majority for any politician has been 4,726,112 in the case of Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin (b. February 1, 1931), the people's deputy candidate for Moscow, in the parliamentary elections held in the Soviet Union on March 26, 1989. Yeltsin (later President of the Russian Federation) received 5,118,745 votes out of the 5,722,937 which were cast in the Moscow constituency, his closest rival obtaining 392,633 votes. Benazir Bhutto (b. June 21, 1953) achieved 98.48% of the poll in the Larkana-III constituency at the 1990 general election in Pakistan, with 94,462 votes. The next highest candidate obtained just 718 votes.
11239Tallest twins - femaleClaire and Ann RechtUnited States, Oregon10 January 2007Identical twins Ann and Claire Recht (USA, b. 9February 1988), were measured both horizontally and vertically,three times during 10 January 2007 in Oregon, USA and found to havean average overall height of 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) and 2.01 m (6 ft 7in) respectively.
11240Most Oscar winning generationsHustonsfirstUSA, 01 January 1985The only family to contain three generations of Oscar winners are the Hustons (all USA). Walter Huston (1884 - 1950) won Best Supporting Actor for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (USA 1948). His son John (1906 - 1987) won Best Director for the same film and John's daughter Angelica (b.8 July 1951) won best Supporting Actress for Prizzi's Honour (USA 1985).
11241Youngest Titanic survivorMillvina DeanUnited Kingdom14 April 1912Millvina Dean (UK, b. 2 February 1912) was just 69 days old when she travelled third class on the Titanic cruiseliner with her parents and 18-month-old brother. She, along with her mother and brother, all survived when the "unsinkable" ship sank on 14 April 1912, but her father, Bert, was among the 1,517 passengers who perished in the infamous tragedy.Of the 706 passengers who travelled in third class aboard the Titanic, only 178 survived - 75 of the 462 men (16.23%) 76 of the 165 women (46.06%) and 27 of the 79 children (34.17%).In total there were 109 children on board the ship, 57 of which were saved (52.29%).
11242Fastest circumnavigation sailing solo (female)Ellen MacArthurFrance, Ushant07 February 2005Ellen MacArthur (UK) sailed solo and non-stop around the world in 71 days 14 hr 18 min 33 sec from 28 November 2004 to 7 February 2005 in the trimaran B&Q. She started off Ushant, France, rounded the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), sailed south of Australia, and rounded Cape Horn (Argentina) before heading back up the Atlantic to Ushant.
11243Most durable baseball announcerErnie HarwellUnited States, Detroit01 January 2002Ernest 'Ernie' Harwell (b. 25 January 1918 USA) is the world's most durable baseball announcer. His 55-year career began in 1948 with the Brooklyn Dodgers, followed by the New York Giants (1951-53), Baltimore Orioles (1954-59) and Detroit Tigers (1960-2002). In the course of his career, Harwell has announced more than 8,300 major league baseball games.
11244Youngest professorAlia SaburUnited States, Philadelphia19 February 2008The youngest university professor is Alia Sabur (USA, b. 22 February 1989), who was appointed as a full-time faculty Professor of the Department of Advanced Technology Fusion at Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea, with effect from 19 February 2008, aged 18 years 362 days. Ms Sabur's official title is: International Professor as Research Liaison with Stony Brook University (New York, USA).
11245Most Oscar nominations without winning - actorPeter O'Toole8 timesUnited States, 01 January 2006Peter O'Toole (Ireland b.2 August 1932) has been nominated eight times for the Best Actor award, but has never won.  O'Toole's no win span has so far lasted nearly 50 years, with Lawrence of Arabia (UK 1962) Beckett (UK 1964) The Lion in Winter (UK 1968) Goodbye Mr Chips (UK 1969) The Ruling Class (UK 1972) The Stunt Man (USA 1980) My Favourite Year (USA 1982), and Venus (UK 2006).In 2003, when he was offered an Honorary Oscar for lifetime achievement, Peter O'Toole wrote the Academy a letter saying that he was "still in the game" and requested more time to "win the lovely bugger outright". He eventually agreed to attend the Oscar ceremony and receive his Honorary Oscar.
11246Oldest royalPrincess AliceUnited Kingdom, London20 September 2003Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (UK, b. Lady Alice Christabel Montagu Douglas Scott, 25 December 1901), became the oldest known royal in history when she reached the age of 101 years and 269 days on 20 September 2003. She died peacefully in her sleep at the age of 102 years 309 days on 29 October 2004 at Kensington Palace, London, UK.She beat the previous record held by Princess Leonilla of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (Prussia) (b. 9 May 1816 - 1 Feb 1918) who had a lifespan of 101 years and 268 days.
11247Most cumulative weeks on UK singles chart in one yearLady Gaga ­ aka Stefani Joanne Angelina GermanottaUnited Kingdom01 January 2009In 2009, Lady Gaga (USA, b. Stefani Germanotta) clocked up a total of 150 weeks on the UK singles chart, with 90 of these weeks inside the Top 40. In all, nine Lady Gaga singles charted in 2009, with "Just Dance", "Poker Face", "Paparazzi", "Lovegame" and "Bad Romance" providing the bulk of her 150 cumulative chart weeks.
11248First player to score a One-Day International hundred for two teams (male)Eoin MorganKenya, Jaffery Sports Club Ground,Nairobi04 February 2007On 4 February 2007, aged 20 years 147 days, Dubliner Eoin Morgan (b. 10 September 1986) scored 115 for Ireland against Canada in the ICC World Cricket League at Jaffery Sports Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya. On 2 March 2010, Morgan recorded an unbeaten 110 for England against Bangladesh in Mirpur, Bangladesh.
11249First female to have two singles and two albums in the UK top 5 simultaneouslyAdelefirstUnited Kingdom, 26 February 2011On 26 February 2011, singer-songwriter Adele Laurie Blue Adkins (UK), better known as Adele, became the first female artist ever to double up in the UK albums and singles charts, with her singles “Someone Like You” and “Rolling in the Deep” and her albums 21 and 19.
11250Youngest golfer to make the cut at the US MastersGuan TianlangUnited States, Augusta13 April 2013Guan Tianlang (China, b. 25 October 1998) became the youngest player to make the cut at the 77th US Masters when, on 13 April 2013, aged 14 years 171 days old, he made the cut with 4 over par after 18 holes. Guan was also the youngest golfer to play at the US Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia, USA, in 2013. Guan's final score was 300 (73, 75, 77, 75).

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