Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

1111Longest red carpet for a film premiereHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2United Kingdom, London07 July 2011The longest red carpet at a film premiere was achieved by the world premiere of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 in London, UK, on 7 July 2011. Warner Bros created a Red Carpet which stretched from Trafalgar Square to Leicester Square – a total of 455 m (1,492 ft 9.35 in).
1112Most seat drops on a trampoline in one minuteOleksandr Nakonechny49 repetitionsGermany, Soltau ,,Pirate stage at Heide-Park Soltau16 September 2010The record for most seat-drops on a trampoline in a minute was set with 49 by Oleksandr Nakonechny (Ukraine) on the pirate stage in Heide-Park Resort in Soltau, Germany, on 16 September 2010 to celebrate the launch of Guinness World Records 2011 in Germany.Oleksandr is a professional trampoline artist and is part of the pirate show at Heide-Park, which is performed several times of the day during the season.
1113First console to feature a satellite modem add-onSuper Nintendo Broadcast Satellaview01 January 1995In 1995, Nintendo launched the Satellaview: a satellite modem add-on for the Super Famicom. Released only in Japan, the Satellaview enabled gamers to download remixed versions of existing games that were ‘broadcast’ over a satellite TV channel between 4pm-7pm every day. While the Satellaview did have a number of exclusive titles, including the only two Legend of Zelda games to not feature Link, gamers needed to keep an eye on the broadcast schedules (sort of like a TV guide), as each game was only available during a specific time slot!
1114Longest flight simulator sessionAerobility9/20 day(s), hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Blackbushe Airport14 October 2012The longest flight simulation session is 9 days and 20 minutes, achieved by Aerobility (UK), at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire, UK, from 5-14 October 2012. 92 pilots flew a total of 22,600 miles, circumnavigating the globe via known airfields in a PA28 Warrior flight simulator.
1115Fastest 5 km carrying a 40-lb packLee Riley20/2 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Crewe,Cumberland Athletics Track, Cumberland Sports Ground04 November 2012The fastest time to complete a 5-km course carrying a 40-lb pack is 20 min 2 sec and was achieved by Lee Riley (UK) at the Cumberland Athletics Track in Crewe, Cheshire, UK, on 4 November 2012.
1116Fastest marathon by a relay teamAl Wafa Marathon2/4/32 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Arab Emirates, Al Ain26 March 2014The fastest marathon by a relay team is 2 hr 4 min 32 sec and was achieved by Al Wafa Marathon (UAE), in an event organized by Saleh Hassan, at Al Ain Club for Disabled, in Al Ain, UAE, on 26 March 2014.
1117Largest collection of souvenir platesThe Kundin FamilyRussia, Moscow,,In the offices where Alexander and Irene work in Stamford, Connecticut, USA.01 October 2012The largest collection of souvenir plates is 621 plates and belongs to the Kundin family (Russia). The family started the collection in Moscow, Russia, and continued it in Stamford, Connecticut, USA. The feat was verified on 1 October 2012.The collection began in 1990 when Alexander Kundin bought his first souvenir plate as a student on a trip to Prague. Since then the collection has turned into a family hobby, with Alexander’s wife, Irene, and two sons, Andrew and Michael, also contributing to the collection. The family moved to the USA in 1994 and continue to travel the world, collecting plates everywhere they go. They have souvenir plates from 120 countries in 5 different continents, including plates from Easter Island, Papua New Guinea and North Korea. The family say there is a story behind every plate and hope to publish a book about the collection.
1118Fastest 100 metres with a football balanced on the headDaniel Cutting18.53 second(s)United Kingdom, Milton Keynes26 February 2011The fastest 100 m run with a football balanced on the head was 18.53 sec by Daniel Cutting (UK) at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, UK, on 26 February 2011. Cutting achieved the record during halftime of a match between MK Dons F.C. and Brighton and Hove Albion Athletic F.C.
1119Farthest distance travelled controlling a golf ballAshrita FurmanUnited States, New York City11 July 2010The farthest distance travelled controlling a golf ball is 2,903 metres (1.8 miles), completed by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the St. John's University track in New York City, New York, USA, on 11 July 2010. He used a sand wedge to bounce a golf ball while completing more than seven laps around the track before mishitting and losing control. The attempt lasted 41 min, 22 sec.
1120First mathematical model for surviving a zombie attackUnknownfirstCanada, Ottawa01 January 2009In January 2009, graduate students and mathematicians from Carleton University, Ottawa, and the University of Ottawa, Canada, published the first mathematical investigation of the zombie - "a reanimated human corpse that feeds on living flesh". Taking their cues from traditional zombie movies, and in particular the classics by George A Romero (USA), the authors Philip Munz, Ioan Hudea, Joe Imad and Robert J. Smith (all Canada) hypothesized the effect of a zombie attack and its impact on human civilization. According to their mathematical model, "a zombie outbreak is likely to lead to the collapse of civilization, unless it is dealt with quickly. While aggressive quarantine may contain the epidemic, or a cure may lead to coexistence of humans and zombies, the most effective way to contain the rise of the undead is to hit hard and hit often."If an infection breaks out in a city of 500,000 people, the theories goes, the zombies will outnumber the living in about three days. "Only sufficiently frequent attacks, with increasing force, will result in eradication," the authors conclude, "assuming the available resources can be mustered in time."
1121Treadmill, Distance run in 24 hours - team (female)Gemma Illidge317.66 kilometre(s)Afghanistan, Lashkagar11 June 2009The greatest distance run on a treadmill in 24 hours by a team of 12 women is 317.66 km (197.38 miles) and was achieved at Lashkagar Forward Operating Base, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, from 11 to 12 June 2009. The 12 runners were members of the Army, Royal Air Force and Civil Service, deployed on Operation Herrick 10.The attempt commenced at 2000hrs on the 11th of June and finished on the 12th of June 2009. Temperature reading was 45 degrees. The aim of the challenge was to raise funds for the Afghan Appeal and BLESMA.
1122First puzzle videogame inspired by a beat-’em-upSuper Puzzle Fighter II Turbofirst, 01 January 1996Game: Super Puzzle Fighter II TurboPublisher: CapcomThe first puzzle game to be inspired by a beat-’em-up is Capcom’s Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, which, in spite of its title, isn’t actually a sequel. Instead, it’s a two-player, columns-style puzzle game, released in 1996, that pays homage to the publisher’s beat-’em-up heritage: the title is inspired by Super Street Fighter II Turbo and the super-deformed characters are drawn from the Street Fighter and Dark stalkers series. A year later, Capcom released what is the only beat-’em-up based on a puzzle game when it broughtout Pocket Fighter, using the same character sprites.Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009.
1123Longest time holding a vertical person overheadClarissa BeyelschmidtItaly, Rome11 March 2010The longest time to hold a person above the head, in a standingposition on one hand, is 1 minute 16 seconds and 38 hundredth andwas achieved by Markus Ferber and Clarissa Beyelschmidt (bothGermany) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 11March 2010.
1124Most back somersault target throws with a ball in one hourBobby HantonUnited Kingdom, ,,Pinewood Studios17 April 2009The most targets hit with a back somersault throw in one hour was 24 and was achieved by Bobby Hanton (UK) on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed at Pinewood Studios, UK, on 17 April 2009.This record is for the most times to score a basketball basket with a back somersault in one hour. Keeping the ball between the feet Bobby did a back somersault and hit an enlarged target with the basketball.
1125Fastest marathon dribbling a basketball (female)Marinella SattaItaly, Turin28 February 2010The fastest marathon run while dribbling a basketball was 4 hr 28 min 11 sec by Marinella Satta (Italy) at the Giro D'Italia Run in Turin, Italy, on 28 February 2010. Satta finished 25th out of 38 competitors, the only one dribbling a basketball for the race.The race was sanctioned by FIDAL, the Italian Athletics Federation.
1126Largest potluck partyChandler Christian Church1275 participantsUnited States, Chandler,,Chandler, Arizona, USA06 April 2014The largest potluck party was attended by 1,275 participants and was organised by Chandler Christian Church (USA) in Chandler, Arizona, USA, on 6 April 2014.
1127Loudest bark by a dogCharlieAustralia, Adelaide20 October 2012The loudest bark by a dog measured 113.1 dB and was produced by golden retriever Charlie, owned by Belinda Freebairn (Australia) during the Purina Bark in the Park event in Rymill Park, Adelaide, Australia, on 20 October 2012.
1128Highest static trapeze actJohannes Rose662 metre(s)Germany, Berlin02 October 2008The highest static trapeze act measured 662 m (2,171 ft 0.94 in) and was achieved by Amanda Vicharelli (USA), John 'Chuck' Berry (New Zealand) and Johannes 'Jojo' Rose (Germany) in Xiaozhai Tiankeng Cave, China, on 2 October 2008.The act lasted for 10 minutes.
1129Most motorcycles driven over the body whilst laying on a bed of nails (two minutes)Simone CalatiItaly, Praia A MareThe most motorbikes driven over the body in two minutes whilst laying on a bed of nails is 31 and was achieved by Simone Calati (Italy) in Cosenza, Italy, on 12 May 2013.
1130Longest conga lineKiwanis Club of Little Havana119986 peopleUnited States, Miami13 March 1988The longest conga was the Miami Super Conga consisting of 119,986 people gathered in Miami, Florida, USA on 13 March 1988.The conga line was held in conjunction with 'Calle Ocho', organized by the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana.
1131Most expensive car1963 Ferrari 250 GTO racer52000000 US dollar(s)United States, 01 October 2013In October 2013 a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO racer became the world’s most expensive car, selling to a private buyer for $52 million (£32 million). The red competition car, formerly owned by the Greenwich, Connecticut-based collector Paul Pappalardo, was acquired by an unidentified buyer in a private transaction, according to the Bloomberg news agency.
1132Fastest time to eat 15 Ferrero Rocher ®Peter Czerwinski2,22 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London24 October 2014The fastest time to eat 15 Ferrero Rocher® is 2 minutes 22 seconds and was achieved Peter Czerwinski also know as Furious Pete (Canada), in London, UK, on 24 October 2014.
1133Shortest useable pogo stickAshrita Furmancentimetre(s)Thailand, Phuket,Duang Jitt Hotel08 February 2014The shortest usable pogo stick measures 46.15 cm (18.16 in) in height and was created by Udar Robinson (Canada) and Homagni Baptista (Australia). The pogo stick was used by Ashrita Furman (USA) in Phuket, Thailand on 8 February 2014.
1134Longest journey on a motorized bicycleTroy Rank7151 kilometre(s)United States, Rochester30 August 2014The longest journey on a motorized bicycle is 7,151 km (4,443.4 miles) and was achieved by Troy Rank (USA), who rode throughout the USA between 1 August 2014 to 30 August 2014.Troy's journey started and in Buffalo, New York, USA and took him through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Missouri and Pennsylvania before he completed his journey in Ithaca, New York. Troy rode a Maxwell Motorbikes ADV1 electric bicycle.
1135Greatest distance between people singing a duetAndres Evans , Shân Cothi12,120 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Cardiff05 June 2015The greatest distance between people singing a duet is 12,120 km (7,531 miles) and was achieved by Shân Cothi (UK) and Andres Evans (Argentina), for BBC Music Day 2015, in Cardiff, UK and Gaiman, Argentina, on 5 June 2015.Shân and Andres performed Calon Lân, a Welsh hymn. They were supported by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Cor Radio Cymru, The Wales Millenium Centre/Only Kids Aloud Chorus and Cor CF1 in Cardiff and the choir Cor Tsgol Gerdd y Gaiman in Argentina.The duet was part of the first BBC Music Day and also marks the 150th anniversary of the first Welsh settlers arriving in the Patagonia area of Argentina.The singers worked to a ‘click track’ to keep them in time with one another. Both sides of the duet came together live in the control room in Cardiff.
1136Largest drum crescendoSérgio Marques73 peoplePortugal, Aveiro08 June 2014The largest drum crescendo consisted of 73 drum kits and at an event organised by Sérgio Paulo Ferreira Marques (Portugal) in Aveiro, Portugal, on 8 June 2014.The record attempt took place at an event dedicated to learning about various percussion instruments involving workshops and performances.
1137Fastest half marathon dressed as a bottle (male)Simon Ho, Chris Mallinson, Paul Prosser1 : 28 : 53 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Brighton22 February 2015Fastest half marathon dressed as a bottle (male) is 1 hr, 28 min and 53 sec and was achieved by Simon Ho, Chris Mallinson and Paul Prosser (all UK) at the Brighton Half Marathon 2015 in Brighton, East Sussex, UK, on 22 February 2015. The trio of record holding bottles started of as a four pack but teammate Steve Scott (UK) was left behind at the 4.5 mile mark.
1138Longest playVickrant Mahajan24, 20, 2 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)India, Jammu13 August 2015The longest play is 24 hr, 20 min and 2 sec and was achieved by Vickrant Mahajan (India), in Jammu, India, from 13 to 14 August 2015. A troupe of nine actors performed in "Yes Thank You Universe - A Tale of Two Atttitudes" written especially for this attempt by Vickrant Mahajan himself. It was achieved as part of his attempt to spread the idea of "Super Positivity".
1139Longest stationary manual on a wheelchairMichael Dylan Kennedy12 hr 30 min hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Syndey21 June 2014The longest stationary manual on a wheelchair is 12 hrs, 30 min, achieved by Michael Dylan Kennedy (Canada) at the Civic Centre in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, on 21 June 2014. Mr. Kennedy beat the previous record by 2 hr 30 min.
1140Fastest turbine-powered motorcycleZef Eisenberg363.32 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, ElvingtonThe fastest turbine-powered motorcycle travels at a speed of 363.32 km/h (225.75 mph), built by the MADMAX Race Team and ridden by Zef Eisenberg (both UK) at the Elvington Airfield, UK, on 17 May 2015. The turbine used to power the motorcycle is a modified upside down Rolls Royce 250-C20B Shaft turbine, typically used in a helicopter.

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