Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
12301Most bananas snapped in one minuteAshrita FurmanUnited States, New York CityThe most bananas snapped in one minute with both hands is 99 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Sri Chinmoy Centre in New York City, New York, USA, on 4 May 2010.Only cleanly snapped bananas counted towards the total.
12302Fastest game of OperationMaharoof DecibelsUnited Arab Emirates, Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village28 November 2008The fastest time to complete the game of Operation was 21.87 seconds achieved by Maharoof Decibels (India) at the Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village, Dubai, UAE, on 28 November 2008.
12303Most push-ups (using back of hands) in one minuteAbdul Latif Mahmoud Saadiq132 repetitionsQatar, Doha20 November 2009The record for most push-ups (using back of hands) in 1 minute is 132 and was achieved by Abdul Latif Mahmoud Saadiq (Qatar) in Doha, Qatar, on 20 November 2009.In his first attempt, Saadiq failed to go beyond 118 attempts but egged on by his coach Salim Lazuruq, the athlete returned and created the new mark.
12304Largest simultaneous dance - multiple locationsNISBNetherlands16 November 2006The largest simultaneous dance involved 264,188 participants from 1,472 locations in the Netherlands, who danced to 'What A Feeling' for an event organized by the NISB (Nederlands Instituut voor Sport en Beweging) on 16 November 2006.
12305Deepest cycling underwaterVittorio Innocente66.5 metre(s)Italy, Santa Margherita Ligure,beach21 July 2008The deepest cycling underwater is 66.5 m (218 ft 2.11 in) and was achieved by Vittorio Innocente (Italy) in Santa Margherita Ligure, Liguria, Italy, on 21 July 2008.Vittorio Innocente was the previous record holder of the category and the current Farthest distance cycling underwater record holder. Lucia Sinigagliesi went to Portofino (place of the attempt) to collect the evidence personally.
12306Most legs waxed in an hourSusanne BairdUnited Kingdom, Stockbridge14 April 2008The most legs waxed in one hour is 40 pairs and was achieved by Susanne Baird (UK) at The Grange Cricket Club in Stockbridge, Edinburgh, UK, on 14 April 2008.
12307First powered vesselsUnknown1783 year(s)France, Saône near Lyon01 January 1783Marine propulsion by steam engine was first achieved in 1783 when the Marquis Jouffroy d'Abbans (1751-1832) ascended a reach of the river Saône near Lyon, France, in the 180-tonne (397,000 lb) paddle steamer Pyroscaphe.The first successful power-driven vessel was the tug Charlotte Dundas, a stern paddle-wheel steamer built for the Forth and Clyde Canal in 1801-2 by William Symington (1763-1831), using a double-acting condensing engine constructed by James Watt (1736-1819).
12308Fastest skateboard speed downhill (standing)Mischo Erban129.94 kilometre(s) per hourCanada, Les Éboulements18 June 2012The fastest skateboard speed achieved in a standing position is 129.94 km/h (80.74 mph) and was achieved by Mischo Erban (Canada), at Les Éboulements, Quebec, Canada, on 18 June 2012.The record attempt took place on the road descending to the St. Lawrence River port of Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, the departure point for ferries to L'Isle-aux-Coudres. The road is noted for being dangerously steep, in points descending at an 18% grade.
12309Longest skateboard ramp jumpDanny WayUnited States, Los Angeles08 August 2004The longest skateboard ramp jump was performed by professional skateboarder Danny Way (USA) with a 24-m (79-ft) 360 air on his Mega Ramp at X Games X in Los Angeles, California, USA on 8 August 2004.
12310Lowest golf score 18 holes (male)Rhein GibsonUnited States, EdmondThe lowest golf score over an 18 hole course (male) is 55, and was achieved by Rhein Gibson (Australia) at the River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond, Oklahoma, USA on 12 May 2012. River Oaks course measures 6,700 yards with a par score of 71.Rhein's round included 2 eagles and 12 birdies, and the rest of the holes were par for the course.
12311Most golf holes played in seven days (cart)Geno BonnalieUnited States, Lewiston03 July 2011The most holes of golf played in seven days (cart) was 2,000 by Geno Bonnalie (USA) at Lewiston Country Club in Lewiston, Idaho, USA, from 27 June to 3 July 2011.Geno averaged 71.802 per round on a par 72 course with a round low for the week was 64 which included 9 birdies and eagles.
12312Most golf holes played by an individual in 24 hours (cart)Robb JamesCanada, Edmonton22 June 2004Robb James (Canada) played 851 holes at Victoria Golf Course (9-hole course, 3,002 yd), at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 21-22 June 2004.During the attempt James hit 45 birdies and 430 pars, four low rounds of 68 and a high of 87.
12313Longest marathon skippingJoey MotsayUnited States, Greensboro05 December 2009The longest marathon skipping rope is 33 hours 20 minutes and was achieved by Joey Motsay (USA) at Positive Stress Workout in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, on 4-5 December 2009.The attempt raised $38,000 for Smile Train, a charity providing free cleft surgeries to children around the world.
12314Hang gliding - most consecutive loopsChad Elchin95 timesUnited States, Ridgely,Maryland16 July 2001The most consecutive loops performed with a hang glider is 95 by Chad Elchin at the Highland Aerosports flight park at Ridgely, Maryland, USA on 16 July 2001. Elchin was towed to 15,900 feet (4,846 m) and looped his Aeros Stealth Combat non-stop down to 700 feet (213 m), with speeds ranging from 18 - 80 mph (28 - 128 kph).
12315Longest marathon playing accordionAnssi Laitinen31/25 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Finland, kuopio01 August 2010The longest marathon playing accordion lasted 31 hours 25 minutes and was achieved by Anssi Laitinen (Finland) at Koljonvirta Camping Area, Iisalmi, Finland from 31 July to 1 August 2010.Anssi played 536 different songs throughout the attempt.
12316Most ballet kicksJeanne-Carlin CilliersSouth Africa, Kimberley05 March 2005Jeanne-Carlin Cilliers (South Africa) performed 1,199 continuous grand battements alternating legs, at the Virgin Active Club, Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa on 5 March 2005.The exercise is where the working leg is raised from the hip into the air and brought down again with both knees kept straight. This must be done with apparent ease, the rest of the body remaining quiet. Grands battements can be taken devant, derrière and à la seconde.
12317Largest submarineRussian 941 AkulaNot Applicable, Severodvinsk,White Sea01 January 1900The worlds largest submarines are the Russian 941 Akula (designated 'Typhoon' by NATO) class. The launch of the first at the secret covered shipyard at Severodvinsk in the White Sea was announced by NATO on 23 Sep 1980. The vessels are believed to have a dived displacement of 26,500 tonnes (58.422 million lb), to measure 171.5 m (562 ft 7 in) overall and to be armed with 20 multiple warhead SS-N-20 missiles with a range of 8300 km (4500 nautical miles). It is thought less than five remain in service.These should not be confused with the 971-Shuka B class, which was designated Akula by NATO. Akula means shark in Russian.UK The largest submarines ever built for the Royal Navy are the four nuclear-powered vessels of the Vanguard class, Vanguard, Victorious, Vigilant and Vengeance, laid down in 1986-93, with HMS Vanguard commissioned in 1993 and Victorious in 1995. They are 150 m 491 ft 8 in long, have a beam of 12.8 m 42 ft, a draught of 12 m 39 ft 4 in and have a dived displacement of 15,900 tonnes.
12318Longest motorcycle ride (team)Simon and Monika NewboundUnited Kingdom, DublinAs of May 2005 Simon and Monika Newbound (UK) had covered over 168,800 km (104,887 miles) on separate motorcycles on a journey that started at Dublin, Ireland, on 12 May 2002 and crossed over 50 countries.
12319Fastest baseball pitch (male)Aroldis Chapman105.1 mile(s) per hourUnited States, San Diego,,PETCO Park24 September 2010The fastest baseball pitch is 105.1 mph (169.14 km/h) and was thrown by Aroldis Chapman (Cuba) for the Cincinnati Reds in a game against the San Diego Padres, at PETCO Park, San Diego, California, USA, on 24 September 2010.
12320Tallest sweetcorn (maize) plantJason KarlUnited States, Allegany22 December 2011The tallest sweetcorn (maize) plant measures 10.74 m (35 ft 3 inches) and was grown by Jason Karl of Allegany, NY, USA. It was measured on 22 December 2011.The Maize was measured in the horizontal position from the bottom of the botanical shoot to the top of the tassel.
12321First film star to be bannedRoscoe (Fatty) Arbucklefirst, 18 April 1922Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle (1887 - 1933), the world's highest paid entertainer when Paramount's Adolph Zukor offered him a $1 million (then £225,784) a year contract in December 1919, became the first screen star to be banned. The announcement was made by Will H. Hays of the MPPDA on 18 April 1922, six days after Arbuckle had been acquitted of the manslaughter of good time girl Virginia Rappe.Shortly afterwards Hays drew up a list of 200 people considered morally dangerous whom it was intended to bar from the industry. Heading the list was Wallace Reid, probably the most popular star prior to Douglas Fairbanks' ascendancy, whose drug habit was to finish his career before the MPDDA was able to finish it for him.At the height Arbuckles' career he weighed 136 kg (300lb).He was the first American comedy star to direct his own films, predating Charlie Chaplin by several months.He worked for Paramount for 18 months, starring in 9 feature films.After his career came to an abrupt end, Buster Keaton financially supported him as thanks for giving him his break into the film industry. Roscoe later directed Beaton under the pseudonym William Goodrich.In 1932, after appearing in six comic shorts for Warner Brothers starting with Hey, Pop! (USA 1932), he signed a feature film contract with them, but died in his sleep from a heart attack the following night on 29 June 1933 at the age of 46.
12322Most drink cans balanced on the headJohn Evans429 itemsUnited Kingdom, Ilkeston School,Ilkeston,Derbyshire05 June 2007John Evans of Heanor, Derbyshire, UK, balanced 429 drink cans on his head with a total weight of 173 kg (381 lb 6 oz), at Ilkeston School, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, UK, on 5 June 2007.
12323Largest beer crate pyramidQuandt-Schön Getränkefachhandelsgesellschaft mbH and Radio MVGermany, Satow05 June 2011The largest beer crate pyramid consisted of 105,995 beer crates and was made by Quandt-Schön Getränkefachhandelsgesellschaft mbH and Radio MV with the help of 60 volunteers in an event organised by Radio MV in Satow, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany, as ascertained on 5 June 2011.The bottom layer of the pyramid consisted of 85 x 85 crates, measured 33.8 m (110 ft 10 in) x 25.5 m (83 ft 8 in), and had a height of 12.9 m (42 ft 4 in). The building of the pyramid started on 23 May 2011 and was completed on 5 June 2011. Olaf Kuchenbecker adjudicated.
12324Longest line of coinsBRG/BORG Kirchdorf75.24 kilometre(s)Austria, Kirchdorf09 December 2011The longest line of coins measured 75.24 km (46.75 miles) and was made by pupils of BRG/BORG Kirchdorf, along with parents, teachers and volunteers (all Austria), at BRG/BORG Kirchdorf, in Kirchdorf, Austria, on 9 December 2011.
12325Heaviest peachPaul Friday725 gram(s)United States, Coloma23 August 2002The average weight of a peach is approximately 150 g (5 oz), thus it is about 5 times as heavy as a normal peach.
12326Heaviest zucchini (courgette)Bernard LaveryUnited Kingdom, Llanharry01 January 1990A courgette grown by Bernard Lavery of Llanharry, Rhondda Cynon Taff, UK in 1990 weighed in at 29.25 kg (64 lb 8 oz).
12327Largest permanent coin muralJin JeonggunKorea (South), Mapo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul16 April 2008The largest permanent coin mural depicts the flag of the Republic of Korea, consists of 110,000 10 won coins, measures 24 m² (258.33 ft²) and was made by Jin Jeonggun (Republic of Korea) in Seoul, Republic of Korea, on 16 April 2008.
12328Longest marathon playing table tennis, singlesUnknown132/31 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Cherry Hill20 August 1978The longest table tennis marathon singles match is 132 hr 31 min by Danny Price and Randy Nunes (both USA) at Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA on 20-26 August 1978.
12329Longest marathon playing table tennis, doublesUnknown101/1/11 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Sacramento13 April 1979The longest table tennis doubles marathon is 101 hr 1 min 11 sec by Lance, Phil, and Mark Warren and Bill Weir (all USA) at Sacramento, California, USA on 9-13 April 1979.
12330Largest passenger aircraft by weight (present day)Airbus A380Europe, Europe01 January 2007The largest passenger aircraft now flying and due to enter service in 2007 is the Airbus 380 (manufactured by EADS (Airbus S.A.S.)). It has a wingspan of 79.8 m (261 ft 8 in) and a maximum designed take off weight of 560 tonnes (1,235,000 lb). Its maximum fuel capacity is 310,000 litres (81,890 US gallons) and will normally be fitted with around 555 sets depending on interior fit.It is due to enter its first airline service in October 2007 with Singapore Airlines. Whilst it has a nominal seating capacity of 555 seats, it has a potential maximum seating capacity of 853 depending on the interior fuselage fit. It has a range of 15,000 km (9,320 miles 8,000 nautical miles) and a cruising speed of Mach 0.85 (1049 km/h 652 mph).

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