Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12271Longest soap bubble wallFan YangChina, Beijing17 November 2009The longest soap bubble wall measured 50.90 m (166 ft 11 in) long and was created by Fan Yang (Canada) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 17 November 2009. Fan Yang lifted the frame together with his family by hand.
12272Largest bottle cap pyramidKrasnostawski Cultural CentrePoland, Krasnystaw09 September 2000The largest bottle cap pyramid was made of 308,945 caps and built by 12 schoolchildren at the Krasnystaw Cultural Centre in Krasnystaw, Poland, finishing on September 9, 2000. The pyramid consisted of 97 concentric layers of bottle caps in the first layer there are 97 x 97 caps, totalling 9409 caps. Succeeding layers have one less cap per side. The 12 teenagers worked in shifts for eight days, 21 hours and 48 minutes. Bottle caps from sponsor Zywiec Beer were used.
12273Largest kimonoEiko KobayashiJapan22 October 2011The largest kimono was created by Eiko Kobayashi which was presented at the Kimononoyakata Marusan, in Fukushima, Iwaki, Japan, on 22 October 2011. The kimono was 18.36 m (60.24 ft) wide, 16.35 m (53.64 ft) high.The kimono was measured using a laser measure and was raised by a crane after the adjudication. The size of the kimono was intended to fit the robot "Gundam". It took 15 workers one year to create the kimono.
12274Most yo-yo tricks in one minuteHans Van Dan ElzenUnited Kingdom, LondonThe record for the most yo-yo tricks completed in one minute is 51 and was set by Hans Van Dan Helzen (USA) on the set of Blue Peter at BBC Television Centre, London, UK on 17 May 2004.The attempt was adjudicated by Arron Sparks, the Director and Head Judge of the British Yo Yo Association.
12275Lightest hand-held mobile phonemodu Mobile40.1 gram(s)Israel, Kfar Saba11 February 2008The lightest mobile phone is the modu, which weighs 40.1 g (1.41 oz). It is manufactured by modu ltd. (Israel) and was launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on 11 February 2008.The dimensions are as follows:72.1 mm x 37.6 mm x 7.8 mmThe volume is 21.15 cubic centimetresIt has a full-colour screen and 1Gb of internal memory for music & photos
12276Largest piñata (pinata)M&M'S®United States, New York04 August 2011The largest piñata measured 14.32 m (47 ft) high, 20.9 m (68 ft 7 in) long, and 11.5 m (37 ft 9 in) wide, and was created by M&M’S® in honor of M&M’S® Pretzel Chocolate Candies’ first birthday at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York, New York, USA, on 4 August 2011.The piñata was in the shape of an orange pretzel M&M standing on a birthday cake.
12277Heaviest pomegranateNingyi LiChina, Huili,,Huili county04 September 2009The heaviest pomegranate weighs 1.85 kg (4.08 lb) and 48.7 cm (19.17 in) in circumference. It was grown in Aiguo village, Huili county, Sichuan province, China and was verified at the Pomegranate Competition organised by the People's Government of Huili County, on 4 September 2009.
12278Largest puppet/marionetteVilla Marconi Long-Term Care Center17/82 metre(s)Canada, Ottawa06 September 2008The largest marionette was the mascot to Ottawa's Ital-Fest measuring 17 m 82 cm (58 ft 5.5 in) in height and was presented by the Villa Marconi Long-Term Care Center during the annual Ital-Fest in Ottawa, Canada, on 6 September 2008.The Ital-Fest is an annual two day festival celebrating culture, traditions and entertainment in recognition of its Canadian-Italian heritage.
12279Farthest distance on a snowmobile on waterKyle Nelson69.28 kilometre(s)Canada, Cowan Lake03 September 2005The record for farthest distance on a snowmobile on water is 69.28 km (43.3 miles) and was achieved by Kyle Nelson (CAN) on the Cowan Lake, Canada on 3 September 2005.
12280Farthest distance on an aquabike (jetski) in 24 hoursJeremy BurfootNew Zealand, Lake Karapiro08 February 2011The farthest distance on an aquabike (jetski) in 24 hours was 2,288 km (1,421.69 mi) achieved by Jeremy Burfoot (New Zealand) on Lake Karapiro, New Zealand, on 7-8 February 2011. Burfoot completed a total of 167 laps around a course of varying lengths to accomodate day and nighttime travel.
12281Largest shopping bagRAJ BAHADURIndia, UTTAR PRADESH / GAZIABAD VAISHALI09 February 2009The largest shopping bag measured 83.82 m (275 ft) high (not including handles) and 38.10 m (125 ft) wide. The bag was made by Raj Bahadur and displayed in Gaziabad, India, on 9 February 2009.The bag was made of 100% cotton
12282Fastest swim underwater 50 metres in a 25 metre poolJordan ProffittUnited States, Louisville,,University of Louisville Ralph Wright Natatorium18 November 2012The fastest time to swim 50 metres underwater in a 25 metre pool is 27.86 seconds and was achieved by Jordan Proffitt (USA), at the University of Louisville Ralph Wright Natatorium, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, on 18 November 2012.
12283Greatest distance cycled in 12 hours, velodromeMarko BalohSlovenia, Novo mesto31 August 2002The 12 hour record, solo and unpaced is 452.196 km (280.9 miles) by Marko Baloh (Slovenia) at the Novo Mesto Velodrome, Slovenia on 31 August 2002.
12284Longest marathon playing table football/foosball (doubles)Alexander Kuen , Manuel Larcher , Bernd Neururer , Dietmar NeururerAustria, Innsbruck01 September 2012The longest marathon playing table football/foosball (doubles) is 61 hours and 17 minutes, achieved by Alexander Kuen, Manuel Larcher, Bernd Neururer and Dietmar Neururer (all Austria), in Innsbruck, Austria, on 29 August - 1 September 2012.
12285Longest cucumberIan Neale107 centimetre(s)United Kingdom, Shepton Mallet26 September 2011The longest cucumber measures 107 cm (42.1 in) and was grown by Ian Neale of Wales, UK. It was presented at the Bath & West Showground in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, UK, on 26 September 2011.
12286Fastest journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats on electric mobility vehicle (individual)Mary LaverUnited Kingdom, Various12 August 2009The fastest journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats on an electric mobility vehicle is 24 days 9 hours and was achieved by Mary Laver (United Kingdom) in a power wheelchair from 18 July to 12 August 2009.Mary Laver has Rheumatoid Arthritis and has been power wheelchair dependent for the last twenty years. Mary raised money for the Royal British Legion during her attempt. Mary drove around 45-55 miles per day, mainly using minor A and B roads.
12287Tallest rose bushRobert BendelUnited States, Morristown12 October 2009The tallest rose bush is 5.66 m (18 ft 7 in), grown by Robert Bendel (USA) at his home in Morristown, New Jersey, USA, and measured on 12 October 2009.The red rose bush was measured by Arthur Rothenstein, a volunteer with the Master Gardeners of Essex Co New Jersey and a part-time gardening consultant for the Great Swamp Greenhouses in Gillette, New Jersey, USA.
12288Fastest motorcycle wheeliePatrick Furstenhoff307.86 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Bruntingthorpe18 April 1999The highest speed attained on the back wheel of a motorcycle is 307.86 km/h (191.3 mph) by Patrick Fürstenhoff on a Honda Super Blackbird 1100 cc Turbo at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicestershire, England, on 18 April 1999.
12289Longest flying paper aircraft- durationTakuo TodaJapan, Fukuyama City ,,Indoor arena of Sapporo Dome19 December 2010The longest time flying a paper aircraft is 29.2 sec and was achieved by Takuo Toda (Japan), in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima, Japan, on 19 December 2010.
12290Parachuting - largest freefall formation (women)Team Jump for the Cause151 peopleUnited States, Perris Valley30 September 2005The largest women's free fall formation consisted of 151 skydivers and was formed at the Jump For The Cause charity event over Perris Valley, California, USA on 30 September 2005.
12291Longest downhill race (Skiing)Schlag das ASSingerAustria, Nassfeld - Hermagor30 January 2010The longest downhill skiing race is 25.6 km (15.91 miles) at the annual "Schlag das ASSinger" organised by the municipality of Nassfeld Hermagor (Austria). The race starts at Gartenkofel and finishes Tröpolach, Austria and was held on 30 January 2010.The winners were: Male: Armin and Roland Assinger (both Austria) 50 minutes 14.66 secondsFemale: Daniela Müller (Austria) 53 minutes 19.76 secondsTeam: Team Berghex 3 hours 27.31 secondsThe track started at the mountain station Gartenkofel chair - slope Garnitzenalm - ascend La Perla - slope Kronenabfahrt - ascend La Prima - slope La Prima/FIS - ascent FIS chair lift - ascent Tröglbahn chair lift - skating track to the mountain station Sonnleitn - slope Kammabfahrt - ascent Warm Up - slope Scheibeboden - ascent Rudnigsattel - slope Sattel and Schnittlauchkofel - ascent Zweikofel - slope Carina - finish at base station Millennium Express in Tröpolach.
12292Greatest distance in 24 hours of Nordic skiing (male)Teemu VirtanenFinland, Vuokatin Urheiluopisto - Vuokatti16 November 2010The greatest distance travelled nordic skiing in 24 hours was 433.459 km (269.34 miles) and was achieved by Teemu Virtanen (Finland) at Kuortane, Finland, on 16-17 November 2010.Amazingly, Teemu Virtanen, took only two short breaks during his attempt and averaged a speed of 18 km/h throughout the journey.
12293Longest French knittingEdward Hannaford26.33 metre(s)United Kingdom, Sittingbourne28 October 2011The longest french knitting measures 26.33 km (16.36 miles) andwas created by Edward Hannaford (UK) in Sittingbourne, UK, on 28October 2011.Edward worked on the french knitting since 1989 and he is stillcontinuing to make it longer.
12294Largest plastic duck raceGreat British Duck RaceUnited Kingdom, Hampton Court06 September 2009The largest plastic duck race involved 205,000 ducks racing down a 1 km (0.6 mile) stretch of the River Thames, UK. The event was organised by the Great British Duck Race (UK) on 6 September 2009. The event was organised to raise money for a range of charities, including NSPCC, managing over £100,000 in contributions. Each duck cost £2 to enter the race and the owner of the duck first to cross the finishing line receiving a prize of £10,000.
12295Longest Samson's chair (static wall sit)Thienna Ho11/51/14 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, San Francisco20 December 2008The longest static wall sit is 11 hr 51 min 14 sec achieved by Dr. Thienna Ho (Vietnam) at the World Team USA Gymnasium in San Francisco, California, USA, on 20 December 2008.Thienna also holds the record for the most sumo squats in one hour.
12296Most pint glasses balanced on the chinAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica12 August 2007Ashrita Furman balanced 81 pint (20 oz) beer glasses on his chinfor 12.10 sec in his backyard in Jamaica, New York, USA, on 12August 2007.
12297Fastest hearseShane Hammond186.04 kilometre(s) per hourAustralia, launceston drag track20 February 2010The fastest speed in a hearse is 186.04 km/h (115.60 mph) and was achieved by Shane Hammond (Australia) on the TDRA Dragway in Tasmania, Australia, on 20 February 2010. Shane undertook four runs, and covered a quarter mile in an average of 12.206 seconds.
12298Largest showerPertPlus Chicago Firefighters30.48 metre(s)United States, Chicago09 July 2009The largest shower measured 30.48 m (100 ft) long, 12.19 m (40 ft) wide, and 3.04 m (10 ft) tall and was manufactured by PertPlus in conjunction with the Chicago firefighters (all USA) at Six Flags Great America and Hurricane Harbour in Gurnee, USA, on 9 July 2009.They also attempted the most people showering simultaneously at the same event.
12299Largest fresh flower muralDahlia Record Committe1868.94 square metre(s)Netherlands, Lemerlerveld07 January 2001The largest flower mural, using 770,000 fresh dahlias, measured 1,868.94 m² (20,117ft²) and was created on 7 August 2001 by 1,250 people representing 16 neighbourhoods from the Dahlia Record Committee in Lemelerveld, The Netherlands.The mural used 770,000 fresh dahlias which were glued on 900 individual panels. The panels were then all placed next to each other in a large square to make one continuous image. The mural was 6.03 m (19.78 ft) tall and 309.94 m (1,016.86 ft) long.
12300Largest hand-woven carpetIran Carpet Company5630 square metre(s)Iran, Nishabour01 January 2007The largest hand-woven carpet measures 5,630 m² (60,600.81 ft²) and was manufactured by the Iran Carpet Company (Iran). It was created for the Abu Dhabi mosque and was measured in Abu Dhabi, UAE, in 2007.The carpet was created in 9 parts and assembled in the mosque. The carpet would have been around 6,000 square metres originally, but parts of it had to be taken away in order to fit it onto the floor in the mosque.

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