Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12571Most consecutive headspringsJohn O'SheaIreland, waterford06 March 2013The most consecutive headsprings is 32 and was achieved by John O'Shea (Ireland) in Waterford, Munster, Ireland, on 6 March 2013.
12572First proposals for jet-engined flightUnknown1909 year(s)France, 01 January 1909Proposals for jet propulsion date back to Capt. Marconnet of France in 1909.
12573Ladder climbing - farthest distance in 24 hrs (team)Isle of Man Fire & Rescue ServiceUnited Kingdom, Douglas,Isle of Man14 July 2012The farthest distance climbed on a ladder in 24 hours by a team of ten is 114.17 km (70.94 miles) and was achieved by members of the Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service (Isle of Man) in Douglas, Isle of Man, from 13 to 14 July 2012.During their attempt the group also broke the 8 hour record and the individual 24 hour ladder climbing records.
12574Longest time controlling a football with the head whilst seatedTomas Lundman4/9/26 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Sweden, Marsta20 April 2007The longest time for keeping a football in the air by using just the head whilst seated on the floor is 4 hr 9 min 26 sec, and was achieved by Tomas Lundman (Sweden) in Märsta, Stockholm, Sweden on 20 April 2007.Tomas Lundman is record holder of various football control records.
12575Fastest hurdles 110 metres (male)Aries MerrittBelgium, Brussels07 September 2012The fastest men’s 110 metres hurdles is 12.80 seconds by Aries Merritt (USA) in Brussels, Belgium on 7 September, 2012.
12576Longest paperclip chain in 24 hours - individualDan Meyer5340 metre(s)United States, Davis13 February 2004The longest paperclip chain by an individual in 24 hours is 5,340ft (1,627.6m) long and was created by Dan Meyer of Davis, California, USA on 13–14 February 2004 using 54,030 1.2in (3cm) long paperclips.
12577Most Paralympic titles, Wheelchair basketball, WomenUnknownCanada01 January 2000The most Paralympic titles won is three by Canada, 1992, 1996 and 2000.
12578Winter Paralympics, Biathlon, most gold medalsVerena BenteleGermany, Query01 January 2010The most gold medals won in biathlon at the Winter Paralympics is five, by Verena Bentele (Germany) between 1998 and 2010.
12579Farthest cow pat tossSteve UrnerUnited StatesThe record distances in the country sport of throwing dried cow pats or `chips' depend on whether or not the projectile may be `moulded into a spherical shape'. The greatest distance achieved under the `non-sphericalisation and 100 per cent organic' rule (established in 1970) is 81.1 m (266 ft), by Steve Urner (USA) at the Mountain Festival, Tehachapi, California, USA on 14 August 1981.
12580First canal - relicsUnknownIraqRelics of the oldest canals in the world, dated by archaeologists c. 4000BC, were discovered near Mandali, Iraq early in 1968.
12581Sailing - greatest distance in 24 hoursBruno Peyron, Orange IIUnited Kingdom, Lizard Point01 July 2006The greatest distance covered under sail in 24 hours is 766.8 nautical (1,420.1 km 882.4 miles) by the 36.5-m (120-ft) maxi catamaran Orange II captained by Bruno Peyron (France), during the fastest crossing of the Atlantic between 2-7 July 2006. The average speed was 31.95 knots ( 59 km/h or 36.7 mph).
12582Most NHL goaltending appearancesMartin BrodeurNot Applicable01 January 2009The most NHL goaltending appearances is 1,086 by Martin Brodeur (Canada) for the New Jersey Devils (USA) during the 2008-09 season.
12583Highest rainfall annuallyMeghalayaIndiaBy average annual rainfall, the wettest place is Mawsynram, Meghalaya, India, with 11,873 mm (467 in) of rain per annum.Meghalaya means 'land of the clouds'. Most of the rain occurs during the monsoon season, between June and September.The second rainiest place is Cherrapunji, also in Meghalaya, with an average annual rainfall of 11,430 mm (450 in) per year, which can actually suffer drought outside the monsoon season.
12584First three-ring circusUnknownfirstUK, 01 January 1860The first three-ring circus was presented by 'Lord' Geirge Sanger (UK) in 1860. SIZE=2
12585Longest Hot Wheels TrackMattel Inc.502.92 metre(s)Canada, Missisauga07 July 2002The longest Hot Wheels track measured 502.92 m (1,650 ft) and consisted of 2,100 pieces of track, held together by 2,150 connectors. The attempt was organised by Mattel Canada Inc. for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada and was completed on 7 July 2002 at Thunder Alley, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.Track Dimensions: 22'x7'6"x7'
12586Most Paralympic titles, Wheelchair basketball, MenUnknownUSA01 January 1988The most Paralympic titles won is five by the USA, 1960, 1964, 1972, 1976 and 1988.
12587Most sparsely populated continentAntarctica4000 peopleAntarctica, Antarctica01 January 1943Antarctica became permanently occupied by relays of scientists from 1943. The population varies seasonally and reaches 4,000 at times.
12588Largest biscuit / cookieImmaculate Baking Company754 square metre(s)United States, Flat Rock, North CarolinaThe largest biscuit measured 754 m² (8,120 ft²) and was made by the Immaculate Baking Company (USA) in Flat Rock, North Carolina, USA on 17 May 2003. The chocolate chip cookie weighed 18 tonnes (40,000 lb) and had a diameter of 30.7 m (101 ft).
12589First films released to video for retailUnknown01 January 1977The earliest video films for sale were 50 productions issued by Magnetic Video at $50 each in 1977.
12590Heaviest weightlifting 53 kg snatch (female)Li PingChina, Guangzhou14 November 2010The heaviest weightlifting 53 kg snatch (female) was 103 kg by Ling Pi (China) in Guangzhou, China, on 14 November 2010.
12591Fastest circumnavigation by scheduled flights, visiting six continentsMichael QuandtSingapore08 July 2004Michael Quandt (Germany), travel editor of the newspaper Bild am Sonntag, flew around the world via six continents on scheduled flights in a time of 66 hr 31 min from 6-8 July 2004. The journey started and finished in Singapore and proceeded via Sydney (Australia), Los Angeles (USA), Houston (USA), Caracas (Venezuela), London (UK), Cairo (Egypt) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).The journey started at 17:14 on 5 July (UTC) and finished at 11:45 on 8 July (UTC).
12592Walking on hands - farthest distance in 8 hoursSarah Chapman5000 metre(s)United Kingdom, Glastonbury03 June 2002Sarah Chapman (UK) walked a distance of 5,000 m (16,404 ft) on her hands in an 8-hour period at Glastonbury, Somerset, UK, on 3 June 2002.
12593Most expensive man-made objectInternational Space Station100000000000 US dollar(s)The most expensive man-made object is the International Space Station its final cost will be over $100 billion (£66.7 billion).
12594First recorded sci-fi TV showRocky Jones, Space Rangerfirst, 01 January 1953While early TV shows were broadcast live, the first sci-fi series to be pre-recorded was Rocky Jones, Space Ranger (syndicated, 1953).Recorded shows allowed for better planning and reuseable sets and more impressive effects - particularly important for the science-fiction genre.
12595First TV dramaMarigoldUnited Kingdom01 January 19361936: On day five, excerpts from the West End play Marigold by L Allen Harker and F R Pryor (both UK) are broadcast.
12596Largest empire by populationBritish Empire531000000 peopleNot Applicable, 01 January 1914At the outbreak of World War I in 1914, the population of the British Empire had stood at 88 million. By 1922, however, following the acquisition of additional territories in the wake of that war, this figure had grown to some 458 million. The population eventually peaked in 1938, on the eve of World War II, by which time the British Empire accounted for an incredible 531 million people, making it the largest empire in history by population. Today, it is estimated that the British Commonwealth includes as many as 2 billion people spread across its 54 member states.
12597Most wins of the World's Strongest WomanAneta Florczyk4 timesPoland, 01 January 2008The most wins of the World’s Strongest Woman competition is four by Aneta Florczyk (Poland) in 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008.
12598Most Yukon Quest racesFrank Turner23 timesCanada, 01 January 2008The most times to take part in the annual Yukon Quest sled dog race is 23 by Frank Turner (Canada) between 1984 and 2008.
12599Highest full-setlist score on Rock Band 2 (Drums)Robert Paz10687033 point(s)United States, New York,Time Warner Building,Samsung ExperienceThe highest aggregate score in Rock Band 2 playlist by an individual playing drums is 10,687,033 points and was achieved by Robert Paz (USA) aka Proprodigyx, at the Samsung Experience in New York City, USA, on 17 May 2009.Proprodigyx took 7 hours and 10 minutes to complete the 84 songs of the game. He is the runner up of WCG Ultimate Gamer, broadcast in Sci Fi Channel.
12600Most CD's / DVD's broken with shoulders in front of the body in one minuteRammehar SinghIndia, Mumbai10 March 2011The most CD's broken with the shoulders in front of the body in one minute are 41 and were achieved by Rammehar Singh (India) on the set of Guinness World Records - Ab India Todega in Mumbai, India, on 10 March 2011. Rammehar can bring his shoulders together in front of his body.

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