Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11491First modern triathlonSan Diego Track and Field Club1974/9/24 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Mission Bay24 September 1974The earliest modern triathlon was held by the San Diego Track and Field Club (USA) on 24 September 1974 in Mission Bay, California, USA. The initial event consisted of a 5.3-mile (8.5km) run, a 5-mile (8.05km) cycle race and 600 yards (548m) of ocean swimming. Today, standard "Olympic" distances for a triathlon are 10km (6.2 mi) run, 40km (24.8 mi) bike, and 1500m (1,640 yds) swim.
11492First TV “gaffe” showIt’ll Be Alright on the NightfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 2010It’ll Be Alright on the Night (ITV, UK), hosted by Denis Norden (UK) was the first TV show to be based on the gaffes or “bloopers” filmed while making television programmes and movies.
11493Most expensive bridgeSan Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge6300000000 US dollar(s)United States, San Francisco,,Oakland Bay01 January 2002The five-lane San Francisco–Oakland Bay toll bridge opened in 1963, but was left crippled by the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989. In 2002, restoration and replacement work began on the bridge at an estimated cost of $6.3 billion (£3.8 billion).
11494Most darts caught by hand in one minuteAshrita Furman, Bipin LarkinUnited States, Jamaica24 December 2013The most darts caught by hand in one minute is 20, achieved by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin (both USA) at the Sri Chinmoy Centre, New York, New York, USA, on 24 December 2013.
11495Heaviest sled pulled by Santa ClausKevin FastCanada, Cobourg,Queen Street18 November 2013The heaviest sled pulled by Santa Claus weighed 15,950 kg (35,163 lb 11.73 oz) and was achieved by Kevin Fast (Canada) on Queen Street in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada, on 18 November 2013.Christmas came early for the children of Cobourg as Santa Claus pulled an extremely heavy sled, full of donations for the local food bank, into town along Queen Street. Mrs Claus was on hand to cheer on her tubby hubby as Santa Claus, assisted by his two elves, delivered food, presents and Christmas cheer to an excited crowd of onlookers.
11496Most NBA games won by a coachDon NelsonUnited States, Oakland07 April 2010The most game wins by a coach in a National Basketball Association career is 1,333 by Don Nelson (USA) as of 8 April 2010. Nelson passed the previous mark of 1,332 set by Lenny Wilkens (USA) with a 116-107 victory by his Golden State Warriors over the Minnesota Timberwolves (both USA). Nelson's mark after his record-breaking win stood at 1,333 victories against 1,061 losses. His coaching career has spanned 31 seasons with five teams: the Milwaukee Bucks (540-344), New York Knicks (34-25), Dallas Mavericks (339-251) and Golden State Warriors (420-441).
11497Most published works by one authorL. Ron HubbardUnited Kingdom01 March 2006The most published works by one author is 1,084 by L. Ron Hubbard (USA) whose first work was published in February 1934 and the last in March 2006.
11498Fastest goals scored by a substitute in the football (soccer) FIFA World CupRichard MoralesKorea (South), Suwon11 June 2002The record for the fastest goal by a substitute is 18 seconds by Uruguay's Richard Morales against Senegal at the 2002 World Cup in Suwon, South Korea on 11 June 2002.
11499Largest online auction houseeBay122000000 peopleUnited States, San Jose01 December 2012The largest auction website is eBay, with over 122 million active users worldwide by the end of 2012. The site was launched on 4 September 1995 by Pierre Omidyar (France) and has its headquarters in San Jose, California, USA.
11500Fastest 100 metre sprint in Carl Lewis Athletics 2000Tom DuncanUSA25 November 2006The fastest-ever time recorded for the 100 metre sprint in Carl Lewis Athletics 2000 on the Game Boy/Boy Color was achieved on 25 November 2006 by Tom Duncan (USA), who completed the race in 9.2 seconds.
11501First sport cyclist to be knightedChris HoyfirstUK, 01 January 2009The first ever sport cyclist to be knighted by Her Majesty The Queen was Chris Hoy (UK) for services to sport, in the 2009 New Year Honours List.
11502Most Heineken Cup points scored by a playerRonan O'GaraNot Applicable27 April 2013The most points scored in Heineken Cup matches by an individual player is 1,365 by Ronan O'Gara (Ireland) playing for Munster between 7 September 1997 and 27 April 2013.
11503Most wins of the Rotterdam Marathon by an individual (female)Tegla LaroupeNetherlands, Rotterdam01 January 1999The most wins of the Rotterdam Marathon by an individual female runner is three, by Tegla Laroupe (Kenya) in 1997-99.
11504Most wins of the Dublin Marathon by an individual (male)Dick HooperIreland, Dublin01 January 1986The most wins of the Dublin Marathon by an individual male runner is three, by Dick Hooper (Ireland) in 1980 and 1985-86.
11505Most wins of the Dublin Marathon by an individual (female)Alina Ivanova, Christine Kennedy, Cathy ShumIreland, Dublin01 January 2007The most wins of the Dublin Marathon by an individual female runner is two, by three athletes: Christine Kennedy (Ireland) in 1990-91, Cathy Shum (Ireland) in 1993 and 1996, and Alina Ivanova (Russia) in 2006-07.
11506Most wins of the Rotterdam Marathon by an individual (male)Belayneh DensamoNetherlands, Rotterdam01 January 1996The most wins of the Rotterdam Marathon by an individual male runner is four, by Belayneh Densamo (Ethiopia) in 1987-89 and 1996.
11507Most dice picked up (one by one) and held in the hand in 30 seconds (blindfolded)Dinesh UpadhyayaIndia09 March 2014The most dice picked up (one by one) and held in the hand in 30 seconds (blindfolded) is 63, and was achieved by Dinesh Upadhyaya (India), in Mumbai, India, on 9 March 2014.
11508Most referee qualifications (multiple sports)Andreas Kolettistotal numberGreece, Pireas14 October 2014The most referee qualifications across multiple sports is 36, achieved by Andreas Kolettis (Greece) of Pireas, Greece, as of 14 October 2014.
11509Most football (soccer) FIFA World Cup finals goals by a team
11510Freediving - static apnea (women) (breath hold duration)Natalia Molchanova09,02 minute(s), second(s)Serbia, Belgrade21 June 2013The AIDA-approved static apnea record is 9 minutes 2 seconds and was achieved by Natalia Molchanova (Russia) in Belgrade, Serbia, on 21 June 2013. Molchanova is the most decorated female freediver ever, having set more than 40 world records and won at least 20 gold medals during her career. In August 2015, she went missing during a recreational dive in Spain and is presumed dead.
11511Freediving – free immersion/free apnea (women)Natalia Molchanova91 metre(s)Greece, Kalamata15 September 2013The deepest freediving free immersion apnea (women) was 91 m (298 ft 6 in) by Natalia Molchanova (Russia) at Kalamata, Greece, on 15 September 2011. 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.
11512Most cartwheels in one minuteGaber Kahlwai Gaber Ali67 repetitionsEgypt, Giza29 March 2015The most cartwheels in one minute is 67 and was achieved by Gaber Kahlwai Gaber Ali (Egypt) in Giza, Egypt, on 29 March 2015. The attempt took place at Cairo University Stadium.
11513Longest journey in a vehicle operated by hand controlsThis record is for the longest journey in a vehicle operated solely by hand controls. This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in km, with the equivalent imperial distance in miles also given.No differentiation will be made regarding the type of hand controls used. The only requirement is that the person making the attempt must operate all of them (throttle, brake, steering and where applicable, clutch and gearshift) using their hands only.
11514Most enemies CQC'd from the cardboard box in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (console)This record is for the most enemies CQC'd (close-quarters-combat) from the cardboard box in 3 minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of enemies rendered unconscious by CQC, from the cardboard box within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the console version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11515Most enemies CQC'd from the cardboard box in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PC)This record is for the most enemies CQC'd (close-quarters-combat) from the cardboard box in 3 minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of enemies rendered unconscious by CQC, from the cardboard box within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11516Lowest limbo ice skating over 25 mThis record is for the lowest limbo under a bar, while on ice skates, over a 25 m (82 ft 0.25 in) course of 25 limbo bars.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the height of the lowest (final) bar that the individual is able to pass under, measured in centimetres, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in inches.This record must not be attempted by any individual under the age of 5 years.
11517Largest structure demolished (by volume, controlled demolition)Controlled Demolition Incorporated (CDI)United States, Seattle26 March 2000The largest structure (by volume) to be demolished by explosives was the 19.821 million cu. m. (70 million cu. ft.) Kingdome indoor arena in Seattle, Washington, USA, on March 26, 2000. The demolition was carried out by Controlled Demolition Incorporated, who used 2,131 kg. (4,700 lb.) of explosives and 35.4 km. (22 miles) of detonating wire.By comparison, the 25-storey Hudson Building in Detroit, Michigan, USA, which became the tallest building ever demolished in 1998, had a volume of 62,297 cu. m. (2.2 million cu. ft.).
11518Most alternate hits using a table tennis paddle in one minuteAmbika Niraula241 timesNepal, Kathmandu11 January 2013The most alternate hits using a table tennis paddle in one minute is 241, achieved by Ambika Niraula (Nepal), in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 11 January 2013.
11519Most eggs held in the hand in 30 secondsSilvio Sabba27 timesItaly, Pioltello, MilanThe most eggs held in one hand is 27 and was achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy) in Pioltello, Milan, Italy, on 19 May 2013.
11520Largest tape ballPortland Promise CenterUnited States, Louisville, KYThe largest tape ball weighed 907.18 kg (2,000 lb) and had a circumference of 3.89 m (12 ft 9 in). The ball was made by the Portland Promise Center (USA) and was completed in Louisville Kentucky, USA, on 6 May 2011.The tapes used in the attempt were duct tape, electrical tape, masking tape, gaffers tape, packing tape, foil tape and athletic tape.

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