Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
11821Most enemies stunned using the decoy balloon in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (console)This record is for the highest number of enemies stunned using the decoy balloon in 3 minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of soldiers successfully rendered unconscious within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the console version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11822Most enemies stunned using the decoy balloon in 3 minutes on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PC)This record is for the highest number of enemies stunned using the decoy balloon in 3 minutes.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of soldiers successfully rendered unconscious within the time-frame.This record is only to be attempted on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain.
11823Shortest teenager (female) livingThis record is for the shortest teenager. The record is to be attempted by an individual. The record is measured in metres and centimetres with the equivalent in imperial given as well. There are two separate records in this category, one for female and one for male.This record is for the shortest teenager. The record is to be attempted by an individual. The record is measured in metres and centimetres with the equivalent in imperial given as well. There are two separate records in this category, one for female and one for male. These are the guidelines for the females' record.
11824Most peanut butter and jelly sandwiches eaten in one minutePatrick BertolettiUnited States, Illinois14 January 2012The most peanut butter and jelly sandwiches eaten in one minute is 6 and was achieved by Patrick Bertoletti (USA) at Sierra Studios, in East Dundee, Illinois, USA, on 14 January 2012.
11825Most shrimps eaten in one minutePatrick Bertoletti167 gram(s)United States, Illinois14 January 2012The most shrimps eaten in one minute is 167 g (5.89 oz) and was achieved by Patrick Bertoletti (USA) at Sierra Studios, in East Dundee, Illinois, USA, on 14 January 2012.
11826Most 1-2-3 Irish dance steps in 30 secondsBen CarolanIreland, Dublin03 August 2012The most 1-2-3 Irish dance steps in 30 seconds is 43 and was achieved by Ben Carolan (Ireland) onthe set of 'Elev8' (for RTÉ) in Dublin, Ireland, on 3 August 2012.
11827Most simultaneous opposing rotations of the arms in one minuteRupesh Raj222 timesItaly, Rome28 March 2012The most simultaneous opposing arm rotations in one minute is 222 and was achieved by Rupesh Raj (India), on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Rome, Italy, on 28 March 2012.
11828Most bras unhooked in one minuteSean MurrayIreland, Skibbereen26 October 2013The most bras unhooked in one minute using one hand is 91 and was achieved by Sean Murray (Ireland), at Sean Murray's Shop in Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland, on 26 October 2013.
11829Largest saxophone - playable by one personJ'Elle StainerItaly, Milan03 August 2013The largest saxophone which can be played by one person has a tube length of 6.745 m (22 ft. 1.55 in), a bell diameter of 39.1 cm (1 ft. 3.39 in) and was created by J'Elle Stainer (Brazil) for Gilberto Lopes of Below65-4hz.com (Italy). The saxophone was measured in Cerveteri RM, Italy, on 3 August 2013.The saxophone stands 2.74 m (8 ft. 11.87 in) tall, weighs 28.6 kg (63.05 lb) and an estimated internal air volume of 0.27 m³ (9.53 ft³). The instrument is considered to be a "sub contrabass" saxophone with a tonal range from Bb (Ab0) to F# (E3) which in terms of frequency is 25.95 Hz to 164.8 Hz. The sub contrabass saxophone was invented in 1846 by the Belgian Adolphe Sax who called it "sax bourdon" however it took 167 years before such an instrument was actually built.
11830Largest game of hide-and-seekLong Yang Chengdu Textile City , Chengdu Sky Sports Culture Communication Co. Ltd.1437 participantsChina, Chengdu01 January 2014The largest game of hide-and-seek involved 1,437 participants and was achieved by Long Yang Chengdu Textile City and Chengdu Sky Sports Culture Communication Co. Ltd. (both China), in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, on 1 January 2014.
11831Fastest time to cycle trans-CanadaArvid Loewen13/6/13 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Canada, Vancouver - Halifax14 July 2011The fastest time to cycle trans-Canada is 13 days 6 hours 13 minutes and was achieved by Arvid Loewen (Canada) between 1 July and 14 July 2011. Arvid cycled from Vancouver to Halifax. The distance is 6037 km (3751 miles)
11832Most cigar boxes balanced on chinAshrita FurmanUnited States, New York City12 November 2006The most cigar boxes balanced on the chin is 223 set by Ashrita Furman (USA) at The Culture Project Theatre, New York City, New York, USA, on 12 November 2006.
11833First feature length talkieUnknown1927/10/6 year(s), month(s), day(s)USA, Broadway24 September 1927The earliest feature length talkie was Alan Crossland's (USA) The Jazz Singer (USA 1927), which premiered on Broadway on 6 October 1927. Warner Bros.intended the sound to be confined to music and songs, but Al Jolson (USA) ad-libbed some speech, which led to 354 words spoken in all:- 340 by Jolson, 13 by Eugenie Besserer (USA), who played his mum and one by Warner Oland (Sweden), his dad - `Stop!'.
11834Best-selling men's suit retailer - currentAoyama Trading Company2725359 unit(s) soldJapan, 01 January 2007Aoyama Trading Company (Japan) are the largest menswear retailers of suits in the world. From January to December 2007, they sold 2,725,359 men's suits.
11835Heaviest boat pulledGeorge OlesenDenmark, Gothenburg01 June 2000George Olesen (Denmark) pulled a 10,300 tonnes passenger ferry a distance of 5 m 10 cm (16 ft 8.8 in) at Gothenburg Ferry Terminal, Gothenburg, Sweden, in June 2000.There were no passengers or cars on the ferry.The record was recorded for Swedish TV.
11836Largest molecule in the cellJames Watson and Francis CrickNot Applicable, Cambridge01 January 1953DNA was discovered in 1953 by James Watson and Francis Crick at Cambridge, UK. This double helix-shaped molecule contains all the genetic code required to build an individual. Each of the ten trillion cells in the human body contains this code. If each DNA molecule could be unwound and stretched out, they would each be around 2 m (6 ft) long. If the combined DNA from all cells in the body could be stretched out and laid end-to-end, it would reach the Sun and back more than 600 times.
11837Longest kissEkkachai Tiranarat & Laksana Tiranarat58/35/58 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Thailand, Pattaya, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum14 February 2013The longest kiss lasted 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds and was achieved by Ekkachai Tiranarat and Laksana Tiranarat (both Thailand) at an event organised by Ripley's Believe It or Not! Pattaya, in Pattaya, Thailand, on 12-14 February 2013.Nine couples entered the annual competition, including a married couple in their 70s. However, it was previous record holders Ekkachai Tiranarat and Laksana Tiranarat who came out on top, scooping a cash prize and two diamond rings as well as another Guinness World records title.
11838Largest marble game tournamentDuncan Toys , Boy Scouts of America876 peopleUnited States, Devore25 September 2010The largest marble tournament was achieved by 876 participants at an event organised by Duncan Toys in coordination with the Boy Scouts of America (both USA) at Glen Helen Regional Park in Devore, California, USA, on 25 September 2010.Participants played the marble game WarStone.
11839Firework - largest Catherine wheelLily Fireworks FactoryMalta, Mqabba18 June 2011The largest Catherine wheel measured 32.044 m (105 ft 1.56 in) in diameter and was built by Lily Fireworks Factory, in Mqabba, Malta, on 18 June 2011.The structure was free-standing and the Catherine wheel completed 4 revolutions under its own propulsion.
11840Most people brushing their teethColgate Palmolive (Central América), Inc.13380 peopleEl Salvador, Cuscatlán Stadium,City of San Salvador05 November 2005The most people brushing their teeth simultaneously in a single venue is 13,380 at an event arranged by Colgate Palmolive (Central América) Inc. at the Cuscatlán Stadium, City of San Salvador, El Salvador on 5 November 2005.
11841Tallest house of cardsBryan BergUnited States, Dallas16 October 2007The tallest free-standing house of cards measured 7.86 m (25 feet 9 7/16 inches) and was built by Bryan Berg (USA) on 16 October 2007 in Dallas, Texas, USA.The record was attempted during the annual State Fair of Texas. Byan also holds the record for largest playing card structure<iframe >
11842Largest bagelBrueggers BagelsUnited States, New York state fair,Geddes,New York27 August 2004The world’s largest bagel weighed (393.7 kg) 868 lb and was made by Brueggers Bagels (USA) and displayed at the New York state fair, Geddes, New York, USA on 27 August 2004.
11843Fastest football kickFrancisco Javier Galan Marin129 kilometre(s) per hourSpain, Madrid29 October 2001The fastest football kick is 129 km/h (80.1 mph) achieved by Francisco Javier Galan Màrin (Spain) at the studios of El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 29 October 2001.
11844Most bottle caps removed with the teeth in 1 minuteMurali K.CIndia, Chickmagalur17 September 2011The most beer bottle caps removed with the teeth in one minute is 68 and was achieved by Murali K.C (India) at Country Club Mysore, in Bangalore, India, on 17 September 2011. There were four witnesses and media at the attempt. All the caps were accounted for at the end of the attempt with clear video footage that shows this.
11845Largest rice cakeKwak Sungho3.68 tonne(s) (metric ton)Korea (South), Mapo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul07 October 2007The largest rice cake weighed 3.68 tonnes (8,113 lb) and was made by Kwak Sungho and staff of Han Bbang (South Korea) at the 12th World Rice Food Festival, Dongjin-gun, Chungnam, South Korea on 7 October 2007.The rice cake was 3.7 m (12 ft) in diameter.
11846Longest journey swimming (open-water)Martin Strel5268 kilometre(s)Brazil, Belém08 April 2007The longest journey swimming is 5,268 km (3273.38 miles) and was achieved by Martin Strel (Slovenia) who swam the entire length of the Amazon River, Peru/Brazil, from 1 February to 8 April 2007.Martin swam as little as 9 kilometres one day and as much as 127 kilometres on one day as he swam the length of the river in 67 days. He started in Atalaya, Peru and finished in Belem, Brazil.
11847Longest skisAker Solutions Arendal555 metre(s)Norway, Arendal20 February 2011The longest skis are 555 m (1,820 ft 10.35 in) long and were worn by 170 skiers in an event organized by Aker Solutions Arendal (Norway) in Arendal, Norway, on 20 February 2011.The skies moved 13.5 metres (44 ft 3 in).
11848Longest stoppie (endo front-wheel wheelie) on motorcycleJesse TolerUnited States, Charlotte05 October 2012The longest stoppie on motorcycle is 1320.3 feet (402.42 meters), achieved by Jesse Toler (USA), at the Z-Max Dragway, Charlotte Diesel Super Show, in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, on 5 October 2012.
11849Most characters voiced by one artist - TV cartoon seriesKara TrittonUnited Kingdom15 March 2003The world record for the most cartoon characters voiced by the one artist in the same TV series is 198. Kara Tritton (UK) voiced these characters for 75 episodes over six series of Blues Clues (Nick Jr., UK), with episode 75 first broadcast on the Nickelodeon Channel on 15 March 2003.All of these episodes are regularly and repeatedly broadcast. Blues Clues is aimed at toddlers. Kara gave voices to furniture (Postbox, Paper Recycling Bin), food (Mr Salt and Mrs Pepper), animals (Owl, Hippo), ghosts, planets and people.
11850Most pint glasses balanced on the headJohn EvansGermany, Dassau07 September 2002On 7 September 2002, John Evans balanced 235 pint glasses of beer on his head for 13 seconds at the Guinness festival in Dassau, Germany.

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