Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12181Most gold medals won X Games (winter)Shaun WhiteUnited States, Aspen27 January 2013The most Winter X Games gold medals won by an individual is 13 and was achieved by Shaun White (USA) in various Winter X Games held at Aspen, Colorado, USA from January 2003 to 27 January 2013.He won his most recent gold medal in the 2013 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado, USA. All of his gold medals have come in either snowboard SuperPipe or snowboard Slopestyle. He has also won two gold medals at the Summer X Games.
12182Most kites flown simultaneouslyUNRWAPalestinian Entity (West Bank-Gaza), Gaza28 July 2011The most kites flown simultaneously is 12,350 and was achieved by children of the Gaza Strip at an event organised by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency at Al-Waha beach, Gaza Strip, on 28 July 2011.In order to be counted all kites must be flown for a minimum of 30 seconds. In this attempt 2,231 kites were disqualified for not staying aloft for the required time.
12183Deepest Santa ho ho hoJames Gower62.81 decibel(s) (A-weighted)United Kingdom, London23 April 2009The deepest ho-ho-ho measured 62.81 Hz and was performed by James Gower (UK) on the set of Guinness World Records - Smashed, in London, UK, on 23 April 2009.The depth of the ho ho ho was measured with a laryngograph. The laryngograph is a device for the noninvasive measurement of the time variation of the degree of contact between the vibrating vocal folds during voice production. The lower the Hz figure the lowest (deepest) the pitch.
12184Longest journey by aquabike (jetski)Marinus Du Plessis & Adriaan Marais17266.69 kilometre(s)Panama, Panama City19 September 2006The longest ever journey on an aquabike (PWC) is 17,266.69 km (10,729 miles), by Adriaan Marais and Marinus du Plessis (both South Africa), who followed the west coast of North America south to the Panama Canal. They arrived in Panama City, Panama, after 95 days of navigation, on 19 September 2006.Using a satellite phone and a laptop computer they tote in a waterproof case, the men have updated a daily web diary at They spent an averae of 10 hours a day at sea cruising at an average of about 40 mph. They endured choppy, chilly sea, dehydration, mechanical breakdowns and makeshift lodgins including at Fort Bragg's harbour where a dock-leaping sea lion startled them at 2 a.m. in their sleeping bags.
12185Largest piece of toffeeSusie’s South Forty Confections1.33 tonne(s) (metric ton)United States, Midland17 September 2002The largest piece of toffee weighed 1.33 tonnes (2,940 lb) and was created by Susie’s South Forty Confections, Inc of Midland, Texas, USA on 17 September 2002.The giant piece of pecan toffee was made in the shape of Texas and contained a total of 7,056,000 calories. At its widest points, the toffee measured 10.5ft wide, 8.5ft long, and 2ft deep (3.2 m x 2.5m x 0.6m) The ingredients included 471.7 kg (1,040 lb) butter, 386 kg (851 lb) sugar, 312.9 kg (690 lb) pecan pieces, 90.7 kg (200 lb) chocolate, 13.6 kg (30 lb) salt, 0.90 kg (2 lb) lecithin, 27.2 kg (60 lb) powdered sugar and 88 gallons of water which evaporated during the cooking of the toffee.
12186Largest Christmas tree structureEnergisa Sergipe - Distribuidora de Energia S/ABrazil, City of Aracaju, state of Sergipe31 December 2009The largest Christmas tree structure is 127.99 m (419.91 ft) tall and was achieved by Energisa Sergipe - Distribuidora de Energia S/A (Brazil) with a creation presented in Aracaju, Sergipe, Brazil in December 2009.The structure was decorated with 25,200 redhot lights and 3,144 strobe lights.
12187Fastest time to score a hat-trick, FootballTommy RossUnited Kingdom, Dingwall28 November 1964The fastest time to score three goals is 90 seconds by Tommy Ross for Ross County against Nairn County at Dingwall Ross-shire, Scotland on 28 November 1964.
12188Longest BMX BackflipMike EscamillaUnited States, Los Angeles03 August 2005The longest BMX back flip measured 18.94 m (62 ft 2 in) and was completed by Mike Escamilla ("Rooftop") off the Mega Ramp at X Games 11 in Los Angeles, California, USA on August 3, 2005. The jump was performed outside of competition and was not a medaled event.
12189Highest BASE jump exit pointGlenn Singleman & Heather SwanIndia, Mt MeruThe highest altitude BASEjump is 6,604 m (21,666 ft) set by Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan. They both made a wingsuit BASEjump from a ledge on Mt Meru, Garwhal Himalaya, India, on 23 May 2006.
12190Heaviest coin-like medallionDamas JewelleryUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai15 December 2008The largest coin- like medallion has the dimensions of 1m (39.37 In) diameter, 2.3 cm (0.9 In) thick and it weighed 185.88 kg (409.8 lb). The coin-like medallion was made by Damas jewellery (UAE) to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum Medical Science award in Dubai, UAE on 15 December 2008. The coin-like medallion has a value of 1million AED ($272,257) and was made of fine silver and gold plated with 22 carat gold.
12191Most push-ups (one finger)Paul Lynch124 repetitionsUnited Kingdom, London21 April 1992Paul Lynch (UK) performed 124 consecutive one finger push-ups at the Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London, UK, on 21 April 1992.
12192Largest collection of stickers for bumpersBill T. HeermannUnited States07 April 2009The largest collection of car bumper stickers is owned by Bill Heermann of Lincoln, Nebraska, USA who has amassed 4,131 since 1984. Bill began his bumper sticker collection in 1984 when he was in the eighth grade at school. Bill was on his way to Eagle Scouts when he was handed a number of stickers from passers by and from then on he was hooked on starting a collection.
12193Tallest structure built with interlocking plastic bricks in one minute (one hand)Chris ChallisUnited Kingdom26 December 2011The tallest structure built with interlocking plastic bricks in one minute, using one hand, is 48 bricks tall and was built by Chris Challis (UK) at Butlins, Skegness, UK, on 26th December 2011. GWR Live! at Butlins.
12194Most concerts performed in different countries in 24 hoursJeff AugGermany, Europe,,Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria.03 March 2012The most concerts performed in different countries in 24 hours is 9, achieved by Jeff Aug (USA), who toured through Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria on 3 March 2012.The 'Raw Fingers and Steel Strings Tour' played in the following following locations: Heinershied, Luxembourg (00.15 - 01.00), Sankt Vith, Belgium (01.30 - 02.15), Maastricht, Netherlands (03.17 - 04.02), Dusseldorf, Germany (05.25 - 06.10), Paris, France (10.00 - 10.46), Milan, Italy (15.25 - 16.10), Mendrisio, Switzerland (17.45 - 18.30), Vaduz, Liechtenstein (20.55 - 21.41), Hohenems, Austria (22.49 - 23.35).
12195Longest Christmas stollenLidl (Netherlands)72.10 metre(s)Netherlands, Haarlem10 December 2010The longest Christmas stollen measured 72.10 m long (236 ft 6.58 in) and was achieved by Lidl (Netherlands) at Haarlem Railway station, The Netherlands, on 10 December 2010.The cake took 2 hr 30 min to prepare and 2 hr 30 min to cook. It was cooked as one single piece.
12196Most consecutive bottle bumps on the elbow (cocktail flairing)Tom Dyer29 timesUnited Kingdom, London25 January 2011Most consecutive bottle bumps on the elbow (cocktail flairing) is 29 and was achieved by Tom Dyer in London on 25 January 2011.Louise Ireland adjudicated. Tom is a world champion cocktail flairer who competes regularly all over the world. He is well known and respected in his field. he also owns his own bar tending school.The school is called "London European Bartender School" and they were using Flair Co bottles.
12197Heaviest weight held with the eyelidSatyajit HotaTurkey, Istanbul13 July 2013The heaviest weight lifted with the eyelid is 3.51 kg (7.74 lb) and was achieved by Satyajit Hota (India) on the set of 'Rekorlar Dunyasi' in Istanbul, Turkey, on 5 June 2013.
12198Stair climbing - vertical height in 24 hoursKurt HessSwitzerland, Lenzburg06 October 2007The record for the greatest vertical height ascended by climbing stairs is 18,585 m (60,974 ft 4 in) and was set by Kurt Hess (Switzerland) who climbed the 45 m Esterli Tower in Lenzburg, Switzerland, and descended by foot 413 times on 5-6 October 2007.
12199Most hula hoops spun whilst suspended from the wristsKareena OatesAustralia, Sydney04 June 2005Kareena Oates (Australia) spun 41 hula hoops around her waist, sustaining three full revolutions between her shoulders and her hips, whilst suspended from the wrists on the set of Guinness World Records, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 4 June 2005.
12200Fastest circumnavigation sailing soloFrancis JoyonFrance, Brest20 January 2008Francis Joyon (France) sailed solo and non-stop around the world in 57 days 13 hr 34 min 06 sec from 23 November 2007 to 20 January 2008, in the 97-ft maxi-trimaran IDEC II. Joyon began and ended his 21,600-nm (38,900-km 24,170-mile) journey in Brest, France, beating the previous record by Ellen MacArthur (UK) by 14 days.
12201Most chin ups in one hourStephen Hyland993 repetitionsUnited Kingdom, Stoneleigh16 November 2011The most chin ups in one hour is 993 achieved by Stephen Hyland (UK) in Stoneleigh, Surrey, UK, on 16 November 2011 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.
12202Most cured ham sliced in one hourDiego Hernandez PalaciosSpain, Madrid,,The trade fair - XXV Salon Internacional del Club del Gourmet, IFEMA, Madrid, Spain.12 April 2011The most slices of meat cut in one hour is the equivalent of 10.04 kg (2160 slices) and was achieved by Diego Hernandez Palacios (Spain) at IFEMA, Madrid, Spain on 12th April 2011.Castilla y Leon (Tierra de Sabor) were the sponsors of the event. Diego Hernandez beat his own previous record he had set in 2007. For this current attempt he trained for 3 months by going to the gym and cutting ham. On the actual day of the event, three legs of 'Jamon de Guijelo' ham were used, each weighing 6 kg. During the record attempt Ruben Armesto helped by sharpening the knives and preparing the hams.
12203Longest non-stop flight (by any aircraft)Steve FossettUnited Kingdom, Bournemouth11 February 2006The longest non-stop flight by any aircraft was achieved by Steve Fossett (USA) who flew 42,469.4 km (26,389.3 miles) in the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer airplane. Fossett took-off from the Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, USA on 8 February 2006 and landed 76 hours, 45 mins later in Bournemouth, Dorset, UK on 11 February 2006 having beaten the previous record, held by the Breitling Orbiter 3 balloon, by 165.4 km (1,02.8 miles) and with only 90 kg (200 lb) of fuel remaining from an initial load of 8,210 kg (18,100 lb).Fossett was due to arrive at Kent International, UK, but due to a huge electrical malfunction, he landed earlier in Bournemouth.The final distance flown was 19,880 nautical miles. UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time and is the same as GMT.Take-off / landing times: Fossett took-off from the Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, USA at 12.22 UTC on 8 February 2006 and landed 76 hours, 45 mins later at 17:07 UTC in Bournemouth, Dorset, UK on 11 February 2006.
12204Longest distance moonwalked in one hourKrunoslav BudiselićCroatia, Zagreb12 October 2009The greatest distance moonwalked in one hour is 5.7 km (3.54 miles) and was achieved by Krunoslav Budiselic (Croatia) at Mladost Stadium in Zagreb, Croatia, on 12 October 2009.Mr. Budiselić moonwalked 12 laps of 455 m (1,492.78 ft) plus 240 m (787.4 ft), breaking his previous record of a total of 5.255 km (3.265 miles).
12205Longest theatre performance - individualAdrian Hilton110/46 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, London21 July 1987The longest marathon theatre performance by an individual lasted 110 hr 46 min and was achieved by Adrian Hilton (UK) when he recited the complete works of Shakespeare in a 'Bardathon' at the Shakespeare Festival, South Bank, London, UK between 16-21 July 1987.Adrian's chosen spot on the South Bank was the location of the original Globe Theatre.Read more: William Shakespeare turns 450 – Ten startling Great Bard-themed world records
12206Most Xbox 360 gamerpoints achieved in 24 hours (individual)Thomas AshUnited States, Terre Haute14 July 2013The most Xbox 360 gamerpoints achieved in 24 hours (individual) is 14,419 and was achieved by Thomas Ash aka gamertag "Mr p Tart" (USA) at videogame center eBash in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA, on 14 July 2013.
12207Motorcycle moving ramp jump mid air crossing farthest distanceUnknownChina, Shenzhen city05 November 2008The record for the biggest gap covered by motorcycle moving ramp jump mid air parallel crossing is 16 m (52 ft 5 in) and was achieved by Sun Zhaohui and Han Baohua (both China) in Shenzhen City, China, on 5 November 2008.The event was an outdoor event for Zheng Da Zong Yi-Guinness Wolrd Records Special.The ramps were 6.5 m long and 5.5 m wide and 2 m tall each. The speed of the moving ramps was higher than 10 km/hour
12208Most spits and catches of three table tennis balls with the mouthFrancisco Tebar Honrubia76 timesJapan, tokyo03 February 2011The most consecutive spits and catches of three table tennis balls is 76 and was achieved by Francisco Tebar Honrubia (Spain), aka Picaso Jr., on the set of TV Asahi Tokyo, in Tokyo, Japan, on 2 March 2011.At the same performance session, Picaso Jr. also set a record by flashing four ping-pong balls with his mouth 33 times.
12209Tallest stack of Guinness World Records™ books (team) in one minuteSteve Klinsky, Greg Detweiler, Susan Reiter, Scott Baglien, Verna Shinneman, David Koch, Alisa Bierman, Brenda Northup, Diane DeSplinterUnited States, Chicago15 August 2012The tallest stack of Guinness World Records&trade books built by a team in one minute measures 229.7 cm (90.43 in) and was achieved by Steve Klinsky, Greg Detweiler, Susan Reiter, Scott Baglien, Verna Shinneman, David Koch, Alisa Bierman, Brenda Northup and Diane DeSplinter (all USA) at the ReaderLink Field Service National Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 15 August 2012.
12210Largest Leberkäse/FleischkäseRudolf Angele3118 kilogram(s)Germany, Walpertshofen02 August 2009The largest Leberkäse weighed 3,118 kg (6,874.01 lb) and was baked by a team led by Rudolf Angele (Germany) in Walpertshofen, Germany, on 2 August 2009.The Leberkäse, a meatloaf traditional to Germany, measured 15.4 m (50 ft 6.24 in) long and 1.64 m (5 ft 4.56 in) wide, and required a special oven to be built around it for cooking. The entire Leberkäse was distributed and eaten at the measuring and weighing event.

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