Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11641First circumnavigation by amphibious carBen CarlinAustraliaThe first and only circumnavigation by an amphibious vehicle was by Ben Carlin (Australia) in a modified Ford GPA amphibious jeep called Half-Safe. He completed the last leg of the Atlantic crossing (the English Channel) on 24 August 1951. He arrived back in Montreal, Canada on 8 May 1958, having completed a circumnavigation of 62,765 km (39,000 miles) over land and 15,450 km (9,600 miles) by sea and river. He was accompanied on the transatlantic stage by his ex-wife Elinore (USA) and on the long trans-Pacific stage (Tokyo to Anchorage, Alaska) by Boye Lafayette De Mente (USA).Carlin died 7 March 1981
11642Farthest car side wheelieMichele PiliaItaly, Cagliari26 February 2009The longest distance covered by a car driven on its side on two wheels is 371.06 km (230.57 miles), by Michele Pilia (Italy) at Sant'Elia Stadium, Cagliari, Italy, on 26 February 2009.He drove a BMW316 mod.E30 1766cc (1983). The car was modified in accordance with the guidelines with an Axle Blockage and an additional gas tank.
11643Longest fuel range (Standard)Marko Tomac, Ivan CvetkovicCroatia, Zagreb30 June 2011The greatest distance driven on a single standard tank of fuel is 2,545.80 km (1,581.88 miles) by a Volkswagen Passat 1.6 TDI BlueMotion, in an event organized by 'Auto Motor i Sport' (Croatia). It was driven by Marko Tomac and Ivan Cvetkovic (both Croatia) within Croatia, between 27 and 30 June 2011.Only Croatian roads were taken during the attempt. The average consumption amounted to 3.08 l/100 km (91.71 UK mpg, 76.37 US mpg).
11644Longest kebabArcelorMittal2047.47 metre(s)South Africa, Newcastle18 October 2008The longest kebab measures 2047.47 m (1.27 miles) and was achieved by the ArcelorMittal Newcastle Works on occasion of the company's annual Community Day, in Newcastle, South Africa, on 17 October 2008.
11645Longest slot car trackJames May2.953 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Weybridge, Surrey16 August 2009The longest slot car track measured 2.953 miles (4.752 kilometres) and was built by James May (UK) and 300 volunteers at Brooklands, UK, on 16 August 2009 as part of the BBC series James May's Toy Stories made by Plum Pictures.The record attempt was organized as part of the BBC television series James May's Toy Stories, a series of programmes celebrating classic children's toys hosted by popular motoring and modern culture presenter James May. The slot car tack, which was supplied by Scalextric, followed the route of the old Brooklands racetrack in Weybridge, Surrey, UK, which opened in 1907, and was the world's first purpose-built motorsport venue. The circuit hosted its last race in 1939, and was also one of Britain's first airfields (see brooklands.org.uk).Two slot cars raced around the track, which crossed a river, a pond, ran through industrial and housing estates as well as following the remaining parts of the disused Brooklands circuit, with the winner completing the circuit in a little over two and a half hours (organizers had expected it to take a maximum of 30 minutes).
11646Most apples picked in eight hoursGeorge Adrian7180.3 kilogram(s)United States, Indianapolis23 September 1980The greatest recorded weight collected is 7,180.3 kg (15,830 lb) picked in eight hours by George Adrian of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA on 23 September 1980.
11647Widest mouth - unstretchedFrancisco Domingos Joaquim17 centimetre(s)Italy, Rome18 March 2010The widest mouth measures 17 cm (6.69 in) and belongs toFrancisco Domingo Joaquim "Chiquinho" (Angola).It was measured on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy,on 18 March 2010.
11648Waterski flips - most in 30 secondsNicolas Le ForestierFrance, Biscarrosse05 August 2003Nicolas Le Forestier completed 16 full 360 degree flips on one waterski in 30 seconds at the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Biscarrosse Lac, France on 5 August 2003.He equalled his record on the television show again in Biscarrosse on 13 July 2005.The clip shows 17 but the stopwatch was not stopped after exactly 30 seconds, if it had been he would have only achieved 16.
11649Most push ups in 24 hoursCharles Servizio46001 repetitionsUnited States, Fontana25 April 1993The most push ups completed in 24 hours was 46,001 by Charles Servizio (USA) in Fontana, California, USA, on 24-25 April 1993.
11650Fastest car powered by dry cell batteriesOxyride Speed Challenge Team105.95 kilometre(s) per hourJapan, ibaragi04 August 2007The fastest car powered by dry cell batteries is the Oxyride Racer, which achieved an average speed of 105.95 km/h (65.83 mph) on 4 August 2007. It was set by the Oxyride Speed Challenge Team consisting of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Osaka Sangyo University (both Japan) at JARI Shirosato Test Centre in Ibaraki, Japan.Jun Otsuki adjudicated.
11651Fastest marathon dressed as a book character (male)David Stone2/42/17 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London22 April 2012The fastest marathon dressed a book character (male) was 2 hr 42 min 17 sec by David Stone (UK) dressed as Dracula at the 2012 Virgin London Marathon in London, UK, on 22 April 2012.
11652Longest distance swam underwater with one breathTom Sietas200 metre(s)China, Beijing06 November 2008The longest distance swam underwater with one breath is 200 m(656 ft 2 in) and was achieved by Tom Sietas (Germany) in Beijing,China, on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi: Guinness World RecordsSpecial, CCTV Studios, Beijing, China, on 6 November 2008
11653Largest collection of crab-related itemsDarren MartinUnited Kingdom, High Wycombe09 March 2010Darren Martin (UK) has a collection of 441 crab-related items, as of 9 March 2011, that he has been collecting for over 10 years.Dr Martin did his doctorate on Zinc and Cadmium in the haemolymph of the shore crab, Carcinus maenas. His work is summed up by his friends and family as 'Darren studied crabs.' His collection started when he was given a crab pencil sharpener. His website is www.brachyura.co.uk.
11654Most oranges peeled and eaten in three minutesDinesh Upadhyaya, Ashrita Furman6 piecesIndia, Mumbai25 December 2014The most oranges peeled and eaten in three minutes is six and was achieved by Dinesh Upadhyaya (India) in Mumbai, India, on 25 December 2014.and The most oranges peeled and eaten in three minutes is six and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Panorama Café in New York, New York, USA, on 14 July 2010. All of the oranges were between 7 and 10 ounces.
11655Most knuckle push-ups in one minuteRon CooperUnited States, Salem27 June 2015The most knuckle push-ups in one minute is 79 and was achieved by Ron Cooper (USA) in Salem, Massachusetts, USA, on 27 June 2015. This was Ron's second attempt at this particular record. After much time and practice, he now holds the world record.
11656Most water moved by a ladle (spoon) in 30 secondsKaito Koizumi1,385 millilitres millilitre(s)Japan, TokyoThe most water moved by a ladle (spoon) in 30 seconds is 1,300 ml (47.75 UK fl oz), achieved by Himika Funabashi (Japan) at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, on 4 May 2015. Kaito tried for at least three days to get a record in several different challenges and finally succeeded in getting the current record.
11657Fastest journey from Los Angeles to Honolulu by yachtRenaud Laplanche, Ryan Breymaier3:18:0:9 day(s), hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Honolulu19 July 2015The fastest journey from Los Angeles to Honolulu (3,564.7 km 1,924.79 nautical miles) by yacht is 3 days 18 hours and 9 seconds, and was achieved by Renaud Laplanche (USA/France) and Ryan Breymaier (USA) between 15 and 19 July 2015. Renaud and Ryan, together with a crew of six, achieved their time in the 105 ft Trimaran 'Lending Club'. Their average speed was 24.61 knots.
11658Fastest journey from Newport to Bermuda by yachtRenaud Laplanche, Ryan Breymaier23:9:52 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Newport, Rhode Island20 April 2015The fastest journey from Newport to Bermuda (1176.02 km 635 nautical miles) by yacht is 23 hours 9 minutes and 52 seconds, and was achieved by Renaud Laplanche (USA/France) and Ryan Breymaier (USA) on 20 April 2015.Renaud and Ryan, together with a crew of six, achieved their time in the 105 ft Trimaran 'Lending Club'. Their average speed was 27.41 knots.
11659Largest fingerprint paintingTung Cheng Yuen Buddhist Association Limited200 square metre(s)Hong Kong, Hong Kong24 October 2015The largest fingerprint painting measures 252.04 m² (2,712.94 ft²) and was achieved by Tung Cheng Yuen Buddhist Association Limited (Hong Kong) in Victoria Park, Hong Kong, China on 24 October 2015. The image depicted Ji Gong, a Buddhist monk who lived during the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279). Ji Gong purportedly possessed supernatural powers, which he used to help the poor and stand up to injustice.
11660Greatest wheat yieldRodney SmithUnited Kingdom, Beal Farm01 September 2015The highest wheat yield is 16.519 tonnes/ha (36,418.16 lbs/ha or 245.63 bushels/acre) and was harvested from 11.26 ha (27.82 acres) by Rodney Smith (UK) at Beal Farm, Northumberland, UK, on 1 September 2015. Rodney used Dickens wheat for this record-breaking yield.
11661Most t-shirts ironed in one hour (team)DeLonghi Group, DeLonghi GroupSpain, Madrid26 January 2016The most t-shirts ironed in an hour by a team is 1,982 and was achieved by De´Longhi Group Iberia (Spain and Portugal), in Madrid, Spain, on 26 January 2016.The team consisted of 97 participants.
11662Fastest time to capture the Wakh Sind Barracks in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (console)This record is for the fastest time to capture the Wakh Sind Barracks outpost.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in minute(s) and second(s).This record is only to be attempted on the console version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11663Fastest time to capture the Wakh Sind Barracks in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (PC)This record is for the fastest time to capture the Wakh Sind Barracks outpost.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in minute(s) and second(s).This record is only to be attempted on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11664Fastest time to build an iron golemThis record is for the fastest time to build an iron golem in the game of Minecraft.This record is to be attempted by an individual.The record is to be attempted on creative mode.This record is measured in the fastest time it takes to build an iron golem successfully.Game: Minecraft (Mojang, 2011)Platform: PC / Mac / Mobile / Xbox 360 / Xbox One / PS3 / PS4
11665Most green coconuts smashed with the head in one minuteThis record is for the most green coconuts smashed with the head in one minute.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of green coconuts successfully smashed, with the head, in the one minute time frame.
11666Farthest distance travelled on a skateboard in 24 hours (relay team)This record is for the greatest distance covered on a skateboard in 24 hours by a relay team.This record is to be attempted by a team of up to eight individuals.This record is measured in kilometres to the nearest 0.001 km, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in miles.
11667Most tongue clicks in 30 secondsThis record is for the most tongue clicks in 30 seconds.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of valid tongue clicks, as per the specific guidelines, performed in the 30 second time frame.For the purpose of this record either clapping or clicking his/her tongue, as in the South African Xhosa language, is permitted.
11668Most cream filled biscuits eaten in one minutePatrick Bertoletti7 items, 14 January 2012The most cream filled biscuits eaten in one minute is 7 and was achieved by Patrick Bertoletti (USA) at Sierra Studios, in East Dundee, Illinois, USA, on 14 January 2012.
11669Longest colour sequence memorizedJayasimha Ravirala152 total numberIndia, Hyderabad08 March 2011The longest colour sequence ever memorised was 152 colours achieved by Jayasimha Ravirala (India) at the Holy Mary Institute of Technology in Hyderabad, India, on 8 March 2011. Jayasimha Ravirala took 5 min 4 sec to memorise the colours. 4 different colours were used.
11670Most boomerangs thrown and caught simultaneouslyLiu DongdongChina, Beijing19 August 2011The most boomerangs thrown and caught simultaneously is 8 and was achieved by Liu Dongdong (China) on the set of CCTV Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 19 August 2011.

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