Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

11701Most three-point shots made in one basketball game by a teamGarrett Falcons Varsity Boys Basketball TeamUnited States, North Charleston02 January 1998The most three-point shots made in one basketball game by a team is 32 by the Garrett Falcons Varsity Boys Basketball team, Garrett Academy of Technology, North Charleston, South Carolina, United States in their game against Bowman Academy on January 2, 1998.Garrett Falcons won the match 117 points to 39.
11702Fastest sand skiingHenrik May92.12 kilometre(s) per hourNamibia, SwakopmundThe fastest sand skiing is 92.12 km/h (57.24 mph) by Henrik May (Namibia) in Swakopmund, Namibia, on 31 May 2010.May - who professionally operates dune skiing in the Namib Desert -- sand skiied on the dunes between Swakopmund and Walvisbay. The timing was taken by ALGE-certified timer Eliane Sauter. May, 34 at the time of his record, was originally born in East Germany before moving to Namibia.
11703Most Marathon des Sables winsLahcen Ahansai6 timesMorocco, Sahara Desert01 January 2007Considered to be the toughest running race in the world, the Marathon des Sables is a six-day ultradistance event that covers 254 km (156 miles) across the Sahara Desert in Morocco. The most wins by an individual is ten by Lahcen Ahansai (Morocco) in 1997 and 1999-2007.
11704Most one-handed Charlier cuts in one hourBalázs BéresRomania, Oradea,,Colegiul National Mihai Eminescu Gym21 June 2012The most one-handed Charlier cuts in one hour is 2,985, achieved by Balázs Béres (Hungary), in Oradea, Romania, on 21 June 2012.
11705Most socks sorted in 30 secondsSilvio SabbaItaly, Pioltello ,MilanThe most socks sorted in 30 seconds is 18 pairs, achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy), in Pioltello, Milan, Italy, on 5 May 2012.
11706Most wins of the football (soccer) European Cup / Champions League (country)Spain , Italy12 timesNot Applicable, Various01 January 2010The most wins of the Champions League (formerly European Cup) by a country is 12 and was first achieved by Spain between 1956 and 2009. It was equalled by Italy who have won 12 titles between 1963 and 2010. Only two Spanish clubs have won the Champions League, Real Madrid have won it 9 times and Barcelona have won three times. In contrast three Serie A clubs have triumphed. AC Milan have won the title 7 times, Inter have won it three times and Juventus have won it twice.
11707Most Caesar salads made in one hourBob BlumerUnited States, Yuma07 August 2010The most Caesar salads made in one hour is 108 and was achieved by Bob Blumer (Canada) at Yuma Territorial Prison in Yuma, Arizona, USA, on 7 August 2010.110 salads were prepared during the attempt but 2 were disqualified, 1 for being underweight and the other for replating.
11708Most prolific professional bloggerDarren MurphUnited States, Holly Springs, NC29 July 2010The most prolific professional blogger is Darren Murph (USA) who had composed 17,212 individual contracted blog posts for as of 29 July 2010.Darren's career with engadget began in July 2006, and has averaged 12 blog posts per hour during that time, with an average word count of 266.
11709Greatest platform distance 'cat leaped' by a team in one minuteCole Armitage, Scott Fidgett, Cane Armitage, Sam ParhamUnited Kingdom08 September 2010The greatest platform jumping distance in one minute by a team is 48.32 m (158 ft 6 in) and was achieved by Cane Armitage, Cole Armitage, Scott Fidgett and Sam Parham (all UK) at Parkour Park, Chineham, Hampshire, UK, on 8 September 2010.Four members of 3RUN attempted the record. The distance between two platforms was 3.02 m.
11710Most glass panes broken whilst walking on hands in one minuteUnknownQueryMinimum 12 panes
11711Highest score on Radiant Silvergun (Treasure, 1998)Jordi SchouterenNetherlandsThe highestscore on the arcade version of Radiant Silvergun (Treasure, 1998) to be verified by Twin Galaxies is 1,067,920 points, achieved by prolific Dutch record-breaker Jordi Schouteren. Fan-made "superplay" videos featuring footage of skilled shmup players exist that show scores over 26,000,000 points. However, the validity of such playthroughs is difficult to authenticate from gameplay footage alone.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
11712Most forward rolls in one minuteAshley WallisUnited Kingdom, HonitonThe most forward rolls in one minute is 75, achieved by Ashley Wallis (UK), in Honiton, Devon, UK, on 5 May 2013.
11713Longest henna art marathonSunita Narayanrao Dhote73/55 hour(s)India, Nagpur01 January 2014The longest henna art marathon is 73 hr 55 min and was achieved by Sunita Narayanrao Dhote (India) in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, from 7 to 10 January 2014.
11714Least explored continentAntarcticaAntarctica01 January 2010The southern polar continent of Antarctica was completely unknown until discovered its shoreline was first sighted in 1820 by English sea captain William Smith and Russian explorer Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen. The first people to set foot on the Antarctic mainland are believed to be the crew of the American sealing ship Cecilia who landed at Hughes Bay on 7 February 1821.
11715Most expensive Olympic logoLondon 2012400000 UK pound(s)United Kingdom, 01 June 2007The most expensive logo produced for an Olympic games is the 2012 London Summer Olympics logo, which cost £400,000 ($645,645) to design. The logo was produced by brand consultants Wolff Olins (UK) and paid for by private money. The logo was launched to public disapproval in June 2007, however it was described as edgy, dynamic and vibrant by Games organizers.
11716Most athletics world records set by an individualSergei Bubka35 timesUkraine, 01 January 1994The most world records set by an individual in athletics is 35, by Sergei Bubka (Ukraine) in the pole vault between 1984 and 1994. During the course of his illustrious career, Bubka set 17 outdoor and 18 indoor world records, and he remains the current record-holder in both disciplines.
11717Most film festival awards won in different categories by an individualTalbot Perry SimonsUnited States, North Hollywood, California01 October 2009The most film festival awards won in different categories by an individual for one motion picture is five, achieved by Talbot Perry Simons (USA) who was recognised separately as Producer, Director, Writer, Actor and Composer for Still The Drums (2009).Talbot is a long-standing Hollywood actor, with appearances in movies including The Sleepless (1997) and Mr. Saturday Night (1992), starring Billy Crystal.
11718Most skips in 30 seconds - one footPeter NestlerUnited States, Tulsa25 September 2013The most skips in 30 seconds with one foot is 132 and was achieved by Peter Nestler (USA), at the Cary Family YMCA, in Cary, North Carolina, on 25 September 2013.
11719Most costume changes in eight hoursKmartUnited States, Chicago11 October 2012The most costume changes in eight hours is 155 achieved by Kmart (USA) in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on 11 October 2012. Dancer Monty Rezell tried on Halloween costumes during the production of a viral video for Kmart. The shoot featured a "glam-cam" rigging of 48 still cameras, allowing for 360 degree views of Rezell wearing each costume.
11720Fastest time to shake 100 hands by an individualJosé Eduardo Fuentes IncinillasUnited Kingdom, London,,Trafalgar Square, London29 April 2014The fastest time to shake 100 hands by an individual is 1 min 45.15 sec and was achieved by José Eduardo Fuentes Incinillas (Spain), an Ambassador for Northbank BID (UK), at Trafalgar Square, in London, UK, on 29 April 2014.This attempt was organised to gain publicity for the Northbank BID and took place outside the National Art Gallery in Trafalgar Square with the help of 100 tourists in the area. The record was attempted by three Ambassadors with only José Eduardo successfully achieving the title.
11721Longest duration twerking
11722Most high fives in relay in one minute
11723Most party poppers popped in 30 seconds
11724Smallest mousetrapFranz Rosenberger9/5 millimetre(s)Austria, Weiz31 March 2003The world's smallest functioning mousetrap measures 9mm x 5mm (0.35 x 0.19 inches). It was constructed by Franz Rosenberger (Austria). It is made of wood and metal.
11725Most bridal bouquets caughtStephanie Monyak11 itemsUnited States, WashingtonStephanie Monyak, a registered nurse from Pennsylvania, USA has caught a total of 11 bridal bouquets that were tossed at weddings she has attended since 1983.Witness statements and photos from all 11 married couples are included in claim file. Updated in Feb 2005 with evidence of the 11th bouquet caught.
11726Longest marathon human beatboxPeter Wehrmann25/30 hour(s), minute(s)Germany, Berlin21 October 2012The longest human beatbox marathon is 25 hours and 30 minutes and was achieved by Peter Wehrmann (Germany) at the Best Western Premier Hotel MOA Berlin, in Berlin, Germany, on 21 October 2012.Peter Wehrmann started his attempt on 20 October at 12:00 p.m. and ended on 21 October at 15:10 p.m..
11727Most bicycle jumps between two platforms in one minuteAndrei Burton21 timesGermany, HeubachThe most bicycle jumps between two platforms in one minute is 21 and was achieved by Andrei Burton (UK) at 'Bike the Rock' mountain bike festival in Heubach, Germany, on 18 May 2014.
11728First weblogTim Berners-LeefirstNot Applicable, 01 January 1991The first website, created by Tim Berners-Lee (UK) in 1991, would be described as a weblog if it were published online today. It was essentially a website containing news of what was being added to the World Wide Web, also created by Berners-Lee, who was knighted for his achievements in December 2003.
11729Most hula hoops caught and spun in one minuteLiu Rongrong236 itemsChina, Beijing17 September 2007The most hula hoops caught and spun in one minute is 236 and was achieved by Liu Rongrong (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 17 September 2007.
11730Most 360° spins on a tightrope in two minutesMaimaitiaili Abula41 timesChina, Beijing20 September 2007The most 360° spins on a tightrope in 2 minutes are 41 and was achieved by Maimaitiaili Abula (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 20 September 2007.

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