Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11461Most grapes eaten in one minuteDinesh UpadhyayaIndia, Mumbai07 June 2014The most grapes eaten in one minute is 73 and was achieved by Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya (India), in Mumbai, India, on 7 June 2014.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site.
11462Most spinning tops spun simultaneouslyMark HaywardUnited States, New York City17 March 2012The most spinning tops spun simultaneously is 27 and was achieved by Mark Hayward (USA) in New York, USA, on 17 March 2012. Mark is part of a double act called "Mark & Jonathan". They attempted a series of Guinness World Records attempts at the end of their live show "Stunt Lab", performed at The Canal Park Playhouse, New York City, New York.
11463Most juggling catches in one minute (five balls)
11464Most shoes collected for recyclingStudents Run LAUnited States, Los Angeles08 August 2014The most shoes collected for recycling comprises 18,302 individual shoes collected by Students Run LA (USA) in Los Angeles, USA, counted on 9 August 2014.
11465Most consecutive opponents on Street Fighter VRyan Hart260 participantsUnited Kingdom, Manchester16 February 2016The most consecutive opponents on Street Fighter V is 260 and was achieved by Ryan Hart (UK), in Manchester, UK, on 16 February 2016. The challenge was taken to celebrate the launch of Street Fighter V and play started at 10.30 am and finished at 9.06 pm (10 hr 36 min). Ryan won all the matches.
11466Freediving - dynamic apnea with fins (women)Natalia Molchanova237 metre(s)Italy, Cagliari19 September 2014The deepest freedive dynamic apnea with fins by a female diver is 237 m (777 ft 6 in)and was achieved by Natalia Molchanova (Russia)in Cagliari, Italy, on 19 September 2014. Molchanova is the most decorated female freediver ever, having set more than 40 world records and won at least 20 gold medals in her career. In August 2015, she went missing during a recreational dive in Spain and is presumed dead.
11467Most creme eggs eaten in one minutePeter CzerwinskiCanada11 April 2014The most creme eggs eaten in one minute is 6, and was achieved by Pete Czerwinski (Canada) in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on 11 April 2014.
11468Fastest time to cycle 5,000 kmThis record is for the fastest time to cover five thousand kilometres by bicycle.This is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in days, hours and minutes.
11469Largest collection of dog clothingThis record is for the largest collection of dog clothing.This record is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured by the number of unique items in the collection. For the purposes of this record, dog clothing is defined as any apparel or accessories designed for dogs.
11470Most football (soccer) games attended in one seasonThis record is for the most football games attended in one complete football season.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of complete matches attended within the time frame of one full football (soccer) season.
11471Most darts number twos in one minuteThis record is for the most darts scores of the number two in one minute.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of darts which strike the zone denoted for the score of two points.
11472Fewest juggling catches in one minute blindfolded (three balls)This record is for the fewest juggling catches in one minute whilst blindfolded using three juggling balls.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the amount of juggling catches within the one minute time frame.
11473Most Latin Grammy Award wins by an individualThis records is for the most Latin Grammy awards ever won by an individual.This record is measured in number of awards awarded by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
11474Largest collection of business cardsThis record is for the greatest number of business cards in a private, personal collection.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of business cards in the collection that meet our criteria.
11475Most baseball bats broken with elbow in one minuteThis record is for the most baseball bats broken with hands in one minute.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by number of bats broken.
11476Most Erdnase color changes in one minuteThis record is for the most Erdnase color changes in one minute.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record will be measured in number of color changes.
11477Longest marathon recreating fan drawingsThis record is for the longest time in to continuously recreate comic book drawings presented by fans.This record is to be attempted by an individual.The measurement value is time hours and minutes.
11478Longest sequence of coins memorizedThis record is for the longest sequence of coin denominations memorisedThis record is measured by the number of successfully recalled coins named in sequence.This record is to be attempted by an individual.
11479Most wins of the IGSA Gravity Bike Championship by an individualCedric Burel5 times, 01 January 2007The most International Gravity Sports Association Gravity Bike Championships won by an individual rider is five by Cedric Burel (France) in 2003-07.
11480Highest revenue generated by an entertainment product in 24 hoursGrand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games)815700000 US dollar(s), 17 September 2013The highest revenue generated by any entertainment product in 24 hours is $815.7 million (£511.8 million), achieved by the videogame Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games), released on 17 September 2013.
11481First canine film starUnknownRollie Rover was the undisputed star of the film Rescued by Rover released in 1907. It was produced by Cecil Hepworth and cost £7 13s 9d to make. The film was so successful that the negative wore out and the film had to be made all over again.
11482Most banknotes counted by hand (30 seconds)Song ChaoChina, Beijing09 November 2008The greatest number of 100 Chinese Yuan bills counted by hand in 30 seconds is 171 by Song Chao (China), on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 9 November 2008.
11483Most fan mail received in one yearHank AaronUnited States01 January 1974The highest confirmed volume of mail received by any private citizen in one year is 900,000 letters by the baseball star Hank Aaron (USA), reported by the US Postal Department in June 1974.About a third were letters of hate engendered by his bettering of Babe Ruth's career record for 'home runs'.
11484First execution by electric chairUnknownfirstUSA, Auburn Prison,New YorkThe first person ever to be executed by the electric chair was William Kemmler (USA) who was electrocuted on 6 August 1890 in Auburn Prison, New York, USA. Kremmler was sentenced to death for murdering his lover Tillie Ziegler with an axe, in 1888.
11485First execution by lethal injectionUnknown1983/12/07 year(s), month(s), day(s)USA, Huntsville,TexasThe earliest person ever to be legally killed by the intravenous injection of chemicals was C. Brooks at Huntsville, Texas, USA, on 7 Dec 1983.
11486Most field goals scored by an individual in an NBA gameWilt ChamberlainUnited States, Hershey02 March 1962The most field goals scored by an individual in an NBA game is 36 by Wilt Chamberlain (USA), when he played for the Philadelphia 76ers against the New York Knicks on 2 March 1962.
11487Most goals scored by an individual in an NHL gameJoe MaloneCanada, Quebec City31 January 1920The most goals scored by an individual in an NHL game is seven by Joe Malone for the Quebec Bulldogs in their game against the Toronto St.Patricks in Quebec City on 31 January 1920. The Quebec Bulldogs won the game 10-6.
11488Most expensive drawing by an Old Master sold at auctionRaphael29200000 UK pound(s)United Kingdom, 09 December 2009The most expensive drawing by an Old Master is the 'Head of a Muse' by Raphael (1483-1520) which sold for £29,200,000 ($47,788,400), on 9 December 2009 at Christie's, London, UK.Head of a Muse was drawn by Raphael as a study for a figure in Parnassus, one of the series of four frescoes in the Stanza della Segnatura in the Vatican which was commissioned by Pope Julius II.
11489Highest death toll from mass suicide in ancient timesJewish Zealots960 peopleIsrael, Masada01 January 1973As reported by the historian Flavius Josephues (c.37-100), some 960 Jewish zealots committed suicide by cutting each others' throats at Masada, Israel, in AD 73, as the palace was being beseiged by Romans. The men killed all the women and children, then drew lots to select ten men. The ten slew all the other men, then the ten drew lots to chose one man, who in turn killed the other nine. The remaining one man then fell on his own sword.In modern times, the greatest mass suicide was on 18 Nov 1978 when 913 members of the People's Temple cult died of a mass cyanide poisoning at Jonestown, newr Port Kaituma, Guyana.Some 7,000 Japanese committed suicide, many of them jumping off cliffs to their deaths, in July 1944 during the US assault of the island Saipan.
11490Oldest gymnastics instructorUnknownUnknown

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