Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11791Longest marathon drawing caricatures (individual)Chris Wilson50 hour(s)Australia, Canberra19 August 2014The longest marathon drawing caricatures (individual) is 50 hours, achieved by Chris Wilson (Australia) at the Canberra Hospital, in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, on 19-21 August 2014. The attempt began at 8:00 am on 19 August 2014 and ended at 10:00 am on 21 August 2014. Chris drew a total of 596 caricatures and raised over $3,000 that was donated to the Canberra Hospital Foundation.
11792Longest marathon watching televisionCraveTV91 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto28 November 2014The longest marathon watching TV is 91 hours achieved by CraveTV (Canada) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from 8-12 December 2014. There were a total of six participants that began the attempt.
11793Most eyebrow waxes in one hourlaura fleming43 timesUnited Kingdom, Motherwell20 August 2014The most eyebrow waxes in one hour is 43, performed by Laura Fleming (UK) at Bella Mani Spa, in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, UK, on 20 August 2014. The record attempt was part of Laura Fleming's efforts to raise money for the STV Appeal charity.
11794Longest marathon playing field hockeyHolcombe Hockey Club40 hour(s)United Kingdom, RochesterThe longest marathon playing field hockey is 40 hr and was achieved by the Holcombe Hockey Club (UK) in Rochester, Kent, UK, on 25-26 May 2013.
11795Largest beach volleyball tournamentHeatwave for SickKids Beach Volleyball TournamentparticipantsCanada, Toronto12 July 2014The largest beach volleyball tournament consists of 968 players and was achieved by the Heatwave for SickKids Beach Volleyball Tournament (Canada) at Ashbridge's Bay Park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 12 July 2014.
11796Longest chess marathonMagne Sagafos, Joachim Berg-Jensen40/42 hour(s), minute(s)Norway, Stavanger22 June 2015The longest chess marathon is 40 hr 42 min and was achieved by Magne Sagafos and Joachim Berg-Jensen (both Norway) in Stavanger, Norway, on 22-24 June 2015. Magne and Joachim attempted this record to bring attention to the chess in Norway.
11797Most kicks to the head in one minute (self)Puskar Nepal134 timesNepal, Kathmandu19 December 2014The most kicks to the head in one minute (self) is 134 and was achieved by Puskar Nepal (Nepal) in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 19 December 2014.The record was set at Kantipur City College in Nepal in front of an audience of invited guests.
11798Most kisses received in one minuteShiko Kurihara131 timesJapan, Tokyo09 October 2014The most kisses received in one minute is 131 by Shiko Kurihara (Japan) at Differ Ariake in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, on 9 October 2014.
11799Longest marathon playing netballGeneration Netball Club72 hr, 5 min hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, Launceston09 July 2015The longest marathon playing netball is 72 hr 5 min, and was achieved by Generation Netball Club (Australia) in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia from 9-12 July 2015. The students of Generation Netball hoped to raise enough money from the attempt to purchase new uniform dresses for the 20 teams who play in their league.
11800Longest marathon slicing meatNoé Bonillo RamosFrance, Paris06 February 2015The longest marathon slicing meat lasted 72 hr 13 min 08 sec and was achieved by Noé Bonillo Ramos (Spain), at Les Grands d'Espagne, Paris, France, on 3-6 February 2015.Noé, nicknamed 'Artista del jamón', is a professional ham slicer and worked with jamón ibérico.The 29-year-old butcher had originally set the record back in 2013, but had seen his record beaten twice, most recently by fellow Spaniard Gregorio Perez Fernandez last year, who had set the benchmark at 40 hours.Meat slicing is regarded as something of an art born out of tradition in Spain, and Noé would need to show particularly precise blade skills to set a new record, with the Guinness World Records rules stating that each slice had to remain consistent in size with a minimum thickness of 0.5 millimetres and a maximum thickness of 1.5 millimetres.Supported and pushed by Les Grands d’Espagne, Noé retained his record in some style, managing to slice meat for a history-making 72 hours, 13 minutes and 8 seconds.During this attempt, the super slicer rested for a total of five hours and 59 minutes, divided upon 29 breaks (for all endurance record attempts, participants are allowed 5 minutes rest for every continuously completed hour of activity. These can be accumulated over the course of an attempt).Noé sliced an incredible 154.33 kilograms of ham over the course of the attempt, all of which was donated to a local charity supported by Les Grands d’Espagne, linking their historic event to a good cause.
11801Most kisses received in thirty secondsArbonne UK ltdUnited Kingdom, Birmingham04 September 2015The most kisses received in thirty seconds is 56 and was achieved by Arbonne (UK), in Birmingham, UK, on 4 September 2015. This Guinness World Records attempt took place at Arbonne AAC and the participants included Arbonne VPs.
11802Most socks put on one foot in one minutePavol DurdikSlovakia, Puchov14 July 2015The most socks put on one foot in one minute is 48 and was achieved by Pavol Durdik (Slovakia), in Puchov, Slovakia on 14 July 2015. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: zuzana2128): http://challengers.guinnessworldrecords.com/challenges/90-most-socks-put-on-in-one-minute/attempts/6911
11803Most large number roots calculated in one minuteVikas SharmaIndia, Gurgaon28 November 2015The most large number roots calculated in one minute is 15 and was achieved by Vikas Sharma (India), in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, on 28 November 2015. The attempt was overseen by a representative from the IMA (International Mental Arithmetic) organisation.
11804Most bowling balls held simultaneously
11805Most followers on VineAndrew Bachelor14,905,771 follower(s)United States, Los Angeles21 January 2016The most followers on Vine is 14,905,771 and was achieved by Andrew Bachelor AKA KingBach (USA) of Los Angeles, California, USA, as of 21 January 2016. Andrew's Vine account can be found here: https://vine.co/KingBach
11806First proof of the existence of gravitational wavesLIGOfirst a unit not listed belowUnited States, Livingston11 February 2016The first proof of the existence of gravitational waves was provided by the LIGO (USA) experiment in Livingston, Louisiana, USA, and announced on 11 February 2016. After a series of upgrades intended to improve its sensitivity, (which finished in September 2015), LIGO has fulfilled its primary purpose in providing undeniable proof of gravitational waves. “Up until now we’ve been deaf to gravitational waves, but today, we’re able to hear them”.
11807Tallest double column of diceXi JiaoningChina08 January 2016The tallest double column of dice is 62 and was achieved by Xi Jiaoning (China) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 8 January 2016. Xi Jiaoning also jointly holds the record for a single stack of dice.
11808Most skips in 30 seconds - alternate stepCen XiaolinChina09 January 2016The most skips in 30 seconds - alternate step is 208 and was achieved by Cen Xiaolin (China) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 9 January 2016. Cen Xiaolin's challenger for this was a previous skipping world champion from Japan.
11809Longest videogame marathon on MinecraftJoseph Kelly35,35,35 hour(s)United Kingdom, Cheltenham10 October 2015The longest videogame marathon playing Minecraft lasted 35 hours, 35 minutes and 35 seconds, and was achieved by Joseph Kelly (UK) in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, on 10-13 October 2015. Joseph Kelly completed his marathon on a PC and was raising money for Cancer Research.
11810Most arrows broken with the neck in one minuteAshrita FurmanItaly, Realmonte30 December 2015The most arrows broken with the neck in one minute is 20 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), at Italkali Salt Mines, in Realmonte, Italy, on 30 December 2015. Ashrita smashed his own previous record of 14 arrows.
11811Longest marathon playing badminton, singlesJohan Drenthen, William ten Zijthoff24/5/32 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Westerbork24 August 2009The longest marathon playing badminton, singles, is 24 hr 5 min 32 sec by William ten Zijthoff and Johan Drenthen (both Netherlands) in Beilen, Drenthe, Netherlands, on 23-24 August 2009.William and Johan raised 2.500 Euros for their attempt, all of which they donated to the Foundation for Handicapped Sports, a Dutch charity. The attempt took place in the municipality's sports hall and ran from 12:00 on Saturday, 23 August 2009, to 12:05 on Sunday, 24 August 2009. The duo was visited by a town alderman at the beginning and end of the match, which was witnessed by 56 spectators who signed in at various times. Submitting written witness statements were Ms S.T.A. Hendriks, a local court bailiff, and D.P. Kiers, member of the local organization MS-Express, a multiple sclerosis foundation, who was on hand to watch.
11812Most expensive painting sold at auctionLes femmes d'Alger (Version 'O') by Pablo Picasso179365000 US dollar(s)United States, New YorkLes femmes d'Alger (Version O) by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), oil on canvas, dated 14 February 1955, sold for $179.3 m (£115 m), including commission of just over 12%, at an auction held by Christie's in New York, on 11 May 2015. The buyer, who bid by telephone, chose to remain anonymous.The painting is the last in a series of 15 paintings and drawings inspired by Eugène Delacroix's 1834 Femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement.
11813Most Pi places memorisedRajveer MeenaIndia, Vellore21 March 2015The most decimal places of Pi memorised is 70,000, and was achieved by Rajveer Meena (India) at the VIT University, Vellore, India, on 21 March 2015. Rajveer wore a blindfold throughout the entire recall, which took nearly 10 hours.
11814Fastest journey around the Monopoly board by wheelchair - LondonThis record is for the fastest time to travel to every street and every railway station of the London Monopoly board by wheelchair. This record is to be attempted by an individual or a team. This record is measured in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 0.1 seconds.If this is attempted as a team, all member of the team must use wheelchairs for the entire attempt.
11815Best selling download single in JapanThis record is for the most sold download single in Japan.This record is to be attempted by an artist or group of artists.This record is measured by the number of full-length copies sold via downloading platform(s), achieved as of the most current year. The accumulative sales number is calculated as of the day of the attempt.
11816Most people signing up for medical identification tags in 12 hours (multiple locations)This record is for the most people signing up for medical identification tags in 12 hours in multiple locations.This record is to be attempted by an organisation that has been authorized by the local health authorities to hold the event. This record is measured by the number of people who have signed up within the given period of time.
11817Most Rocky Mountain Oysters eaten in one minuteThis record is for the most Rocky Mountain Oysters eaten in one minute.It is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by grams (given to 0.1 g), with the equivalent imperial measurement also to be given in pounds and ounces.For the purpose of this record Rocky Mountain Oysters are deep fried bull, pig or sheep testicles also known as prairie oysters, Montana tendergroins, cowboy caviar, swinging beef or calf fries.
11818Longest running live TV variety show- episodesThis record is for the longest time to continually live-broadcast the same variety show on television in terms of the number of episodes.This record is to be attempted by an organisation.This record is measured by the number of episodes. For the purposes of the record, a variety show is defined as a single show which is made up of successive separate performances by different artists or acts. The performances may differ in nature (e.g. musical, comedy, circus, dance, etc.).
11819Most soldiers Fulton extracted in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PC)This record is for the most soldiers Fulton extracted in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain in three minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of soldiers successfully Fulton extracted within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11820Most soldiers Fulton extracted in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (console)This record is for the most soldiers Fulton extracted in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain in three minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of soldiers successfully Fulton extracted within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the console version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.

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