Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

11671Most watermelons crushed with the head in one minuteTafzi Ahmed (Germany)Germany, Bernburg Sachsen-AnhaltThe most watermelons smashed with the head in one minute is 43 and was achieved by Tafzi Ahmed (Germany) at the Rose Festival event, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, on 27 May 2011.
11672Longest marathon playing laser tagWarrington QuasarUnited Kingdom, Warrington23 September 2013The longest marathon playing laser tag is 24 hr 9 min and was achieved by Warrington Quasar (UK) in Warrington, Cheshire, UK, from 21 to 22 September 2013.
11673Fastest knitterMiriam TegelsNetherlands, Swalmen26 August 2006The fastest knitter is Miriam Tegels (Netherlands) who hand knitted 118 stitches in one minute at the Swalmen Townhall, Netherlands, on 26 August 2006.
11674Most modelling balloon sculptures made in an hourJohn CassidyUnited States, Buck County Community College,Newtown,Pennsylvania14 November 2007John Cassidy (USA) made 747 balloon shapes in one hour at Buck County Community College in Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA on 14 November 2007.
11675Longest marathon tenpin bowlingStephen Shanabrook134/57 hour(s), minute(s)United States, Plano19 June 2010The longest marathon tenpin bowling was 134 hr 57 min by Stephen Shanabrook (USA) at Plano Super Bowl in Plano, Texas, USA, from 14-19 June 2010. Shanabrook completed 643 games during his marathon.
11676Longest marathon ironingJanette HastingsAustralia, Tumbarumba04 April 2012The longest ironing marathon lasted 80 hours and was achieved by Janette Hastings (Australia) in Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia, between 1-4 April 2012.Janette ironed a whopping 1,157 items during this attempt, including jeans, shirts and shorts.
11677Largest object transported by airSpace ShuttleUnited StatesAlthough not the heaviest, the largest single objects to be transported by air are the 37.23 m. (122.17 feet) NASA space shuttles, which are "piggy-backed" on top of modified Boeing 747 jets from alternative landing strips back to Florida's Cape Canaveral. The shuttles - Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour - weigh around 100 tonnes each when being transported.The shuttle is more than half as long as the 747, which measures 70.6 m. (231 ft. 10 in.). Although shuttles are generally launched and landed at Cape Canaveral, bad weather sometimes forces them to land at back-up sites, such as in the Mojave desert.
11678Longest Elvis Presley singing marathonThomas Gäthje43/11/11 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Germany, Heide26 June 2004The longest Elvis Presley singing marathon is 43 hr 11 min 11 sec performed by Thomas 'Curtis' Gäthje (Germany) at Modehaus Böttcher, Heide, Germany, on 24-26 June 2004.
11679Highest tenpin bowling backwards single game scoreJames CrippsUnited States, Clarksville05 December 2006The record for the highest score in a single game of backwards bowling is 278 and was set by James Cripps (USA) at The Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center in Clarksville, Tennessee, USA, on 5 December 2006.
11680Longest marathon skiingNicholas WilleyAustralia, Thredbo10 September 2005The longest time spent skiing non-stop is 202 hr 1 min by Nick Willey (Australia) at Thredbo, New South Wales, Australia on 2-10 September 2005.He skiied down the slopes 916 times travelling over 1150km in the process.
11681Most continuous upright spins - Ice skatingLucinda RuhUnited States, New York03 April 2003The most continuous upright spins on ice skates on one foot is 115 by Lucinda Ruh (Switzerland) at Chelsea Piers Sky Rink, New York, USA on 3 April 2003.The attempt was verified by International Skating Union Judge, Shawn Rettstatt (212 627 1976 / 212 533 4600 / 917 892 3169 /
11682Most Winter Olympics ice hockey gold medals (individual)Vitaliy Davydov, Anatoliy Firsov, Viktor Kuzkin , Aleksandr Ragulin , Vladislav Tretyak , Andrey KhomutovNot Applicable01 January 1992The most gold medals won by any player is three, achieved by Soviet players Vitaliy Semyenovich Davydov, Anatoliy Vasilyevich Firsov, Viktor Grigoryevich Kuzkin and Aleksandr Pavlovich Ragulin in 1964, 1968 and 1972, Vladislav Aleksandrovich Tretyak in 1972, 1976 and 1984, and by Andrey Khomutov in 1984, 1988 and 1992.
11683Largest Conker championshipHampstead Heath Education Centre395 participantsUnited Kingdom, London09 October 2011The largest conker championship consisted of 395 participants in an event organized by the Hampstead Heath Education Centre (UK) in London, UK, on 9 October 2011.The conker championship is held every year as a way to engage Londoners with their environment.
11684Most basketball free throws in 2 minutesBob J. Fisher92 timesUnited States, Centralia05 March 2012The most basketball free throws made in two minutes is 92 by Bob J. Fisher (USA) at Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas, USA on 5 March 2012.
11685Most consecutive petanque (boules) hits in one minuteThierry StackowFrance, Paris05 September 2001The most petanque balls hit consecutively from a seven metre radius in one minute is seven, by Thierry Stackow, of Vence, France, on the set of L'Emission Des Records in Paris, France on 5 September 2001.
11686Longest unicycle journeyLars ClausenUnited States, Tillamook12 November 2002Lars Clausen (USA) covered 14,686.82 km (9,125.97 miles) by unicycle between 22 April and 12 November 2002. His double crossing of the USA started in Tillamook, Oregon, and finishing in Los Angeles, California, taking in 48 states in between.The ride was a fundraiser for the Seward Peninsula Lutheran Ministry. Clausen is a Pastor. He used a 91 cm (36 in) Coker unicycle with improved seat and pedal cranks of varying lengths depending on the terrain being crossed.
11687Most theatre performances - same role (male)Kanbi Fujiyama01 June 1983Kanbi Fujiyama (1929 - 1990) played the lead role in 10,288 performances by the comedy company Sochiku Shikigeki from November 1966 to June 1983.He also starred in 'Hibotan bakuto: hanafuda shobu' (Jap 1969) and 'Meiji kyokyakuden - sandaime shumei' (Jap 1965).
11688Longest dance marathon by an individualKalamandalam Hemaletha123/15 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)India, Thrissur26 September 2010The longest dance marathon by an individual was 123 hours and 15 minutes and was achieved by Kalamandalam Hemaletha (India) at the Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy in Thrissur, Kerala, India from 20 to 26 September 2010.Hemaletha danced the Mohiniyattam dance.
11689Most chainsaw juggling catchesIan StewartCanada, Truro25 September 2011The most chainsaw juggling catches is 94 and was achieved by Ian Stewart (Canada) at the Hants County Exhibition in Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada on 25 September 2011.Ian used 3 Zenoah G2000T chainsaws which were fully engaged during the attempt, as per the guidelines. He took just approximately 37 seconds to complete this.
11690Most haircuts underwater - 1 hourDavid RaeUnited Kingdom, London12 November 2007The most haircuts given underwater in one hour is 27 and was achieved by David Rae (UK) at the London School of Diving, London, UK, on 12 November 2007.
11691Longest field goal, claimed - American football (non-NFL)Ching Do Kim78 yard(s)United States, Honolulu Stadium23 November 1944The longest claimed kick is one of 78 yards, barefooted, by Ching Do Kim at Honolulu Stadium, USA on 23 November 1944.
11692Most basketball free throws in 10 minutesBob J. FisherUnited States, Centralia05 March 2012The most basketball free throws made in 10 minutes is 448 by Bob J. Fisher (USA) at Centralia High School in Centralia, Kansas, USA, on 5 March 2012.
11693Worst marine pollutionJapan20000 peopleJapan, Minamata Bay01 January 1953A fertilizer factory on Minamata Bay, Kyushu, Japan, deposited mercury waste into the sea between 1953 and 1967. Up to 20,000 people were affected, 4,500 seriously. 43 people died from the poisoning another 800 deaths were attributed to mercury poisoning by some sources, while 111 others suffered permanent damage.
11694Most henna tattoos completed in an hourPavandeep AhluwaliaUnited Kingdom, London27 February 2012The most henna tattoos completed in one hour is 511 and was achieved by Pavan Ahluwalia (UK), in Ilford, UK, on 27 February 2012.The attempt took place at Goodmayes primary school. A total of 256 participants took part in the event, each individual received two henna arm band tattoos each, one on each arm.
11695Most firework rockets launched in 30 secondsPyroworks International Inc.Philippines, CebuThe most firework rockets launched in 30 seconds is 125,801, in an attempt organised by Pyroworks International Inc. (Philippines), in Cebu, Philippines, on 8 May 2010. 16 stacks with 8,000 rockets in each were used for the attempt. All successful rockets were launched within 17 seconds.
11696Longest marathon reading aloudDeepak Sharma Bajagain113/15 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Nepal, Kathmandu24 September 2008The longest marathon reading aloud is 113 hours 15 minutes achieved by Deepak Sharma Bajagain (Nepal) at the Tudikhel Ground, Kathmandu, Nepal, from 19 to 24 September 2008.He recited 17 different books from 13 authors during his record attempt.
11697Most consecutive eskimo rollsRandy FineUnited States, West Palm Beach, Fl.14 June 2009Randy Fine (USA) completed 2,018 continuous 'Eskimo' rolls, in Lake Worth, John Prince Park, Lake Osborne, Florida, USA, on 14 June 2009.Randy Fine stayed consistent rolling 100 rolls with the paddle every 5-6 minutes. The record attempt started at 8am and ended just after 10pm.
11698Smallest commercially available stitched teddy bearCheryl Moss9 millimetre(s)South Africa, GautengThe smallest commercially available stitched teddy bear measures 9 mm (0.29 in) and was made by Cheryl Moss (South Africa).Cheryl has been making and selling 'Microbears' for 6 years in specialist teddy bear stores. Microbears range from 9 mm to 13 mm in size.
11699Most concrete blocks broken in one minute (male)Ali BahçetepeTurkey, Datça17 November 2012The most concrete blocks broken in one minute is 1,175 and was achieved by Ali Bahçetepe (Turkey) in Datça Cumhuriyet Meydani, Turkey, on 17 November 2012.
11700Most random objects memorizedPrijesh MerlinIndia, Kannur23 June 2012The record for the most random objects memorized is 470, achieved by Prijesh Merlin (India), in Kannur, India, on 23 June 2012.Prijesh Merlin recalled 470 random items in the order that they were read to him.

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