Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12121Most WTA singles tennis tournaments won on clay (active player)Anabel MedinaSpain17 July 2011The most WTA singles tennis tournaments won on clay court by an active player is 10 and were won by Anabel Medina (Spain) from 21 July 2001 to 17 July 2011.Venus Williams is second with 9 tournaments. The 10 tournaments are: Internationals of Palermo (2001, 2004, and 2011), Internationals of Strasbourg (2005, 2007 and 2008), Canberra (2006), Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem (2009) and Estoril Open (2011).
12122Most cricket bat touches in one minuteWayne MadsenUnited Kingdom, London,,Royal Opera HouseThe most cricket bat touches in one minute is 282 and was achieved by Wayne Madsen (South Africa) at an event hosted by Royal London (UK) at the Royal Opera House, London, UK, on 6 May 2014.The attempt was part of Royal London's launch event celebrating their sponsorship of the new English one-day cricket tournament, the Royal London One-Day Cup. Derbyshire captain Wayne beat out competition from England all-rounder Stuart Broad (212) and England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards (195) to claim a new Guinness World Records title.
12123Largest waiter raceConsejo Nacional de Cultura GastronómicaMexico, Mexico CityThe largest waiter race was achieved by 337 participants at an event organized by the Consejo Nacional de Cultura Gastronómica (Mexico) at the Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City, Mexico, on 17 May 2014.The length of the race was 800 km (0.5 mi) and the overall winner of the race was Fabricio Saul, a waiter that works at the Hotel Sybharis, with a time of 2 minutes and 57 seconds.
12124Greatest weight lifted in one hour by kettlebell long cycle
12125Largest moon compared to its planetThe Moon0.27 timesNot Applicable, Moon01 January 2007At 3,474 km (2,158 miles) across, Earth's Moon is 0.27 times the diameter of Earth. The Moon is the largest of the three moons in the inner Solar System and the only other world to be visited by humans.
12126First use of marine mammals in defenceBottlenose dolphinfirstVietnam, Cam Ranh Bay01 January 1970The earliest use of marine mammals in active military defence was during the Vietnam War between 1970–71, when five US Navy bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) were sent to Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam to defend US military boats from enemy swimmers.This followed on from the first successful open-sea military exercise using a dolphin, near La Jolla, California, USA in 1965. 'Tuffy' dove 60 m (200 ft) to deliver supplies to Sea Lab II installation and also guided swimmers to safety.The animals are used as a defensive, not an attacking weapon. Their sonar and diving capabilities, plus the fact that they are very responsive to training makes these animals ideal for such military manouvers.Since 1975, sealions and beluga whales have also been introduced.The most recent employement of dolphins in active duty was during the Umm Qasr mission, in the waters off southern Iraq in March 2003. The team of dolphins were trained by the US to detect underwater mines in the Gulf, so that military boats and ships loaded with humanitarian aid could pass safely. The dolphins were trained not to touch the mines, but to release a balloon showing the location of the explosive.
12127Most Olympic medals won (single games), womenMaria GorokhovskayaUkraine, Helsinki01 January 1952The most medals won at a single Games by a woman is seven by Maria Gorokhovskaya (USSR/Ukraine), who won two gold and five bronze medals in gymnastics at Helsinki, Finland in 1952.
12128Most consecutive AFL Grand Final winsBrisbane Lions3 timesAustralia, Brisbane01 January 2003The most consecutive wins by an Australian Football League team in the Grand Final is three by the Brisbane Lions 2001-03.
12129Most medals, World Curling Championships, menEigil RamsfjellNorwayThe most medals won by an individual at the World Curling Championships is nine by Eigil Ramsfjell (Norway) who won three gold, two silver and four bronze (1978-1991).
12130Most ships named/launched by an individualSureyya UlusoyGermany, Flensburg15 April 2005Süreyya Ulusoy (Turkey) has launched eight ships for the shipping company U.N. Ro-Ro Isletmeleri between May 2000 and April 2005.The vessels were built by Flensburger Schiffbau-Geseellschaft of Flensburg, Germany.Süreyya Ulusoy is the wife of the U.N Ro-Ro Isletmeleri President.
12131Most women's ice hockey world championships won by a countryCanada9 timesCanada, 01 January 2007World championships for women have been held since 1990, and have been won nine times by Canada, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004 and 2007. The USA became the only team other than Canada to win the title in 2005.
12132Fewest points for speed skating long track sprint combination (female)Heather Richardson147.735 point(s)Canada, Calgary20 January 2013The fewest points scored by an individual female speed skater in the long track sprint combination event over 500/1,000/500/1,000 m is 147.735 points by Heather Richardson (USA) at Calgary, Canada on 20 January 2013.
12133Most Tour de France King of the Mountains titlesRichard Virenque7 timesFrance, 01 January 2004The most King of the Mountains titles won by an individual rider in the Tour de France is seven by Richard Virenque (France) in 1994-97, 1999 and 2003-4.The famous red and white polka-dot King of the Mountains jersey is awarded the rider who gains the most points in the climbing stages of the Tour.
12134Most field goals in an NBA careerKareem Abdul-JabbarUnited States01 January 1989The most field goals scored by an individual player in an NBA career is 15,837 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (USA) playing for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers, 1969-89.
12135Longest pergolaLidy ReijnenNetherlands, Noord Beveland22 August 2005The longest pergola measures 40.42 m (132.6 ft) long and is covered by leaves and grapes. It was made by Lidy and Niek Reijnen in Noord Beveland, Netherlands, and was measured on 22 August 2005.
12136Fastest expulsion from a football (soccer) FIFA World Cup matchJosé BatistaMexico, Nezahualcoyotl13 June 1986The fastest time to be sent off in a World Cup finals match is 1 minute by José Batista, playing for Uruguay against Scotland on 13 June 1986 at the Estadio Neza '86, Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico.
12137Longest beach rugby tryCedric Di DioFrance, St Cyprien29 June 2005The record for the longest try to be scored in beach rugby is 5.60 m and was set by Cedric Di Dio (France) on the set of L’Été De Tous Les Records in St.Cyprien, France on 29 June 2005.
12138Most points in a Five/Six Nations Championship careerRonan O'GaraNot Applicable01 January 2013The most points scored by an individual player in a Five/Six Nations career is 557 by Ronan O’Gara (Ireland) in matches between 19 February 2000 and 16 March 2013.
12139Longest distance rowedPeter BirdNot Applicable01 January 1996The longest collective distance rowed by any oceanrower is 21,275 miles (34,238 km, 18,487 nautical miles), achieved by Peter Bird (UK) during his rows across: the Atlantic East to West, the Pacific East to West and the Pacific West to East between 1974 -
12140Longest television programme, Guinness World Records Live ShowRTLGermany, Cologne01 September 2007The longest Guinness World Records television show to be broadcast live is Guinness World Records: Die größten Weltrekorde produced by Norddeich TV Produktion, which lasted 3 hr 58 mi and was aired on RTL in Germany on 1 September 2007.
12141Oldest weekly magic magazineAbracadabra1946/2/2 year(s), month(s), day(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham02 February 1946Abracadabra, first edited by Goodliffe (UK), became the world's only international weekly magic magazine when it was first published on 2 February 1946 in Birmingham, UK. Currently edited by Donald Bevan (UK), issue 3,029 was published on 19 February 2004.
12142Most Chinese linking rings linked simultaneouslyInternational Brother Hood of MagiciansUSA, Cleveland,Ohio03 July 2004Organized by Monty Witt (USA), the longest linking ring chain was 534 rings performed by 129 magicians at the Magic Convention for the International Brotherhood of Magicians, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on 3 July 2004.
12143Most years in Stanley Cup play-offsRay BorqueCanada01 January 2001The most Stanley Cup play-off appearances by years played is 21 by Ray Borque (Canada) playing for the Boston Bruins in 1979-99 and Colorado Avalanche 1999-2001.
12144Most Six Nations Grand SlamsFrance, WalesNot Applicable01 January 2012The most Grand Slams recorded by an international side in the Six Nations Championship is three, by France, in 2002, 2004, and 2010 and Wales in 2005, 2008 and 2012.
12145Most Hart Memorial TrophiesWayne Gretsky9 timesCanadaThe most Hart Memorial Trophies won by an individual player is nine by Wayne Gretzky (Canada) in 1980-87 playing for the Edmonton Oilers and in 1989 playing for the Los Angeles Kings. The Hart Memorial is awarded each year to the NHL’s Most Valuable Player.
12146Most UFC welterweight championshipsGeorges St-Pierre12 timesNot Applicable, 16 November 2013The most Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight championship bouts won by an individual fighter is 12 by Georges St-Pierre (Canada) from 18 November 2006 to 16 November 2013.
12147Most expensive sariUnknown100021 US dollar(s)India, Chennai/Kancheepuram05 January 2008The most expensive silk saree was sold for Rs. 3,931,627 ($100,021 £50,679) on 5 January 2008. It was made by Chennai Silks, India and features reproductions of 11 paintings by the celebrated Indian artist Raja Ravi Varma.The main image is a reproduction ofVarma's famous 'Galaxy of Musicians'Took a total of 4760 man-hours to produceList of ingredients:1.Gold 59 gms 700 milli grams2.Diamond 3 carats 913 cents3.Platinum 120 milli grams4.Silver – 5grams5.Ruby 2 carat 985 cent6.Emerald 55 cent7.Yellow sapphire – 3 cent8.Sapphire – 5 carat9.Cat eye-14 cent10.Topaz -10 cent11.Pearl-2 gms12.Coral-400 milligrams
12148Most Scottish Premier League goalsKris BoydScotland01 January 2010The most goals scored in the Scottish Premier League by an individual player is 164 by Kris Boyd (Scotland) playing for Kilmarnock and Rangers, 2001-2010.
12149Largest gathering of people dressed as Peter Pan - multiple venueGreat Ormond Street Hospital Children's CharityUnited Kingdom30 April 2010The largest gathering of people dressed as Peter Pan at multiple venues was achieved by 5,206 participants at events organised by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (UK) at schools across the UK, on 30 April 2010.The event was part of the charity's biannual "Peter Pan Week."
12150First fully digital feature filmThe Rescuers Down UnderfirstUSA, 01 January 1990The Rescuers Down Under (USA,1990), the first ever animated sequel made by Disney (USA), was also the first movie to be made using the Computer Animation Production System (CAPS) - Disney's digital ink-and-paint system developed with Pixar (USA).CAPS allowed for, among other things, the digital colourization of scanned elememts, multiplane backgrounds, and complex camera movements never before available to animators.

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