Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12631Farthest manmade leaning buildingADNECUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi01 January 2010The farthest manmade leaning building is 'Capital Gate´ which has an inclination of 18 degrees and is 160 m (524.93 ft) high. It was developed by the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, (ADNEC) and designed by RMJM and the external construction was completed in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in January 2010.Capital Gate is a 35 story building which forms the centre piece for the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre's development in Abu Dhabi. Capital Gate covers 50,000 squared metres.If more than 50% of a construction is usuable floor space, it is eligible for "building" status (as opposed to tower). Source: Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, to whom we defer on such matters.
12632Fastest badminton hit in competition (male)Fu Haifeng332 kilometre(s) per hourChina, 01 January 2005The fastest badminton hit in competition (male) is 332 kph (206 mph) by Fu Haifeng (China) during the 2005 Sudirman Cup.Fu Haifeng is a doubles player for the Chinese national team, which won the 2005 competition by defeating Indonesia in the final.
12633Oldest carLa Marquise, De Dion et TrépardouxFrance19 August 2007The oldest functioning car is La Marquise, a steam-powered, four-wheeled, four-seater vehicle, manufactured by De Dion Bouton et Trépardoux (France) in 1884 three years later it won the world's first automobile race, powering along the 30.5-km (19-mile) track at an average of 42 km/h (26 mph) from Paris to Neuilly, France. La Marquise was sold at auction for $3,520,000 (£1,767,000) by Gooding & Co (USA), in Pebble Beach, California, USA on 19 August 2007.The car is fueled by coal, wood and paper and takes approximately 30 minutes to warm up. It has a top speed of 61 km/h (38 mph).The auction price includes the buyer's premium.
12634Fastest 100 m rap jumpingLuis Felipe Carvalho LealBrazil, Rio de Janeiro23 October 2011The fastest 100 m rap jumping was 14.09 sec achieved by Luis Felipe de Carvalho Leal (Brazil) on the RB1 building in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 23 October 2011. Luis Felipe de Carvalho Leal broke his own record set only in September.
12635Most stairs climbed whilst balancing books on the head in one minuteAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica, New York25 October 2009The most stairs climbed whilst balancing books on the head is 122 and was achieved by Ashrita Furman, (USA) at the Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street, New York subway, United States, on 25 October 2009. Ashrita ran up 3 separate flights of stairs in the New York City subway. The books he used to balance on his head weighed a total of 3.5 kilos.
12636Largest life-size house made from interlocking plastic bricksJames MayUnited Kingdom, Dorking17 September 2009The largest life-sized house made from interlocking plastic bricks is 4.69 metres (15 ft 4 in) high, 9.39 metres (30 ft 9 in) long and 5.75 metres (18 ft 10 in) wide and consists of two floors with four rooms in total. It was completed by 1,200 volunteers together with James May (UK) for James May's Toy Stories in Dorking, UK, on 17 September 2009.2.4 million lego bricks were used. The house had an internal wooden support structure. James May spent one night in the house, which turned out to be leaking.
12637Longest videogame marathon on an action-adventure gameTony Desmet, Jesse Rebmann, Jeffrey Gamon109 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Belgium, Antwerp,GUNKtv World Record Gaming Event22 December 2010The longest marathon playing an action-adventure videogame lasted 109 hours exactly and was achieved by Tony Desmet, Jesse Rebmann and Jeffrey Gamon (all Belgium) who played Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Ubisoft, 2010), at the GUNKtv World Record Gaming Event in Antwerp, Belgium, from 18 to 22 December 2010.The record attempt started with 20 participants. The three record holders were the only ones who were able to survive to the end.
12638Farthest distance wakeboarding in 24 hours (team)Wake Nation Cincinnati819.49 kilometre(s)United States, Cincinnati26 June 2010The greatest distance wakeboarding in 24 hours by a team is 819.49 km (509.2 mi) by Neill Barker, Nick Binkley, Adam Errington, Tony Finn, Tom Fooshee, Pete Kennedy, Mike Olson, Jimmy Redmon, Brian Wheeler and Amber Wing (all USA) at Wake Nation Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, from 25-26 June 2010.The team wakeboarded laps around a 564 m-long circuit at the Wake Nation Cincinnati facility, which allows wakeboarders to ride around the lake on an overhead cable system, as opposed to being towed by a boat. The competitors combined to complete a total of 1,453 laps. The record total does not include laps during which the rider fell, as the organizers chose not to count those distances toward the logbook.
12639Most Olympic rowing medals won (male)Sir Steve RedgraveAustralia, Sydney01 January 2000The most Olympic medals won by an individual competitor in the rowing events is six (5 golds and 1 bronze), by Sir Steven Redgrave (UK) between 1984 and 2000.
12640First summer Olympic Games televised in colour1968 Summer Olympics held Mexico City, MexicofirstMexico, Mexico City01 January 1968The summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, in 1968 were the first summer Games to be televised live in colour.These were the first Games to feature extensive colour broadcasts of the sporting competitions themselves, although the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, had featured live colour television footage of the opening and closing ceremonies and a selection of the events: wrestling, volleyball, judo and gymnastics. These were mainly for the national Japanese TV audience, however, and were not broadcast to an international audience.
12641Most skips with one leg behind the head in one minuteBria RobertsUnited States, Rancho Cucamonga ,,The Quakes baseball stadium08 July 2014The most skips with one leg behind the head in one minute is 33 and was achieved by Bria Roberts (USA) on the set of ‘Officially Amazing’ (CBBC) at The Quakes baseball stadium in Rancho Cucamonga, California, USA, on 8th July 2014.
12642Fastest marathon carrying a 20-lb pack (female)Ryoko Eda3/22/53 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Tokyo22 February 2015The fastest marathon carrying a 20-lb pack by a female is 3 hr 22 min 53 sec and was achieved by Ryoko Eda (Japan) at the Tokyo Marathon 2015, in Tokyo, Japan, on 22 February 2015. Ryoko Eda is a marathon runner with a personal best time of 2 hr 24 min 54 sec, which she achieved at Nagoya Women's Marathon in 2005.
12643Largest tektiteThailand tektiteThailand01 January 1971The largest recorded tektite weighs 10.8 kg (23 lb 13 oz). It was discovered in Thailand and described by Virgil Barnes in 1971.
12644Most rotations hung from the neck of another person in 30 secondsWang Chen Yu, Wang Liu ChenChina, Jiangyin11 January 2015The most rotations hung from the neck of another person in 30 seconds on rollerblades is 102 and was achieved by Wang Liu Chen and Wang Chen Yu (both China) from Shenyang Jinying Youth Acrobatics Troupe on the set of CCTV- Guinness World Records Special in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China on 11 January 2015.The pair were successful on their first attempt.
12645Most blood donated - apheresisTerry PriceUnited States, Denton26 February 2015The most blood donated - apheresis is 894.206 litres of blood as was donated by Terry Price (USA) in Denton, Texas, USA, as of 11 May 2015. Terry's goal is to eventually donate 1,000 litres of plasma to help provide life saving therapies for patients with immunodeficiency disorders, hemophilic patients, burn victims, and severe trauma patients.
12646Largest donation of school supplies in 24 hoursALANOUD ALZAID, Nama Charity4,571 kg kilogram(s)Saudi Arabia, Makkah05 March 2015The largest donation of school supplies in 24 hours is 4,571 kg (10,077 lb 5.28 oz) and was achieved by Alanoud Alzaid and Nama Charity (both Saudi Arabia), in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, on 5 March 2015. Most of the donated school supplies came from bulk donations by schools.
12647Largest parade of Land Rover / Range Rover vehiclesLandMania Clube of PortugalPortugal, Gouveia07 September 2014The largest parade of Land Rover cars featured 516 vehicles and was achieved by LandMania Clube of Portugal in Gouveia, Portugal, on 7 September 2014. This parade took place during the Iberian Land Rover Gathering, which takes place in Portugal every two years. The parade drove though the centre of the city of Gouveia.
12648Highest standing backflipTyson Edwards1.38 metre(s)Australia, Green Point05 January 2014The highest standing backflip is 1.38 m (4 ft 6.5 in) and was achieved by Tyson Edwards (Australia) in Green Point, New South Wales, Australia, on 5 January 2014. Edwards has a background in tumbling, Parkour, gymnastics, circus and weightlifting.
12649Longest chain of glowsticksScott BallochitemsAustralia, Attadale01 January 1900The longest chain of glowsticks consists of 9,021 glowsticks and is 1,920.6 m (6,301 ft 2.02 in) long. It was created by students of the Attadale Primary School (Australia) and their parents in Attadale, Western Australia, Australia, on 25 October 2014. The "S" shaped continuous line of glowsticks was placed on the ground, and included 97 lines with at least 93 glowsticks in each.
12650Largest kaiserschmarrnTourist office Stubai TirolAustria, Neustift, Stubai Valley03 October 2015The largest kaiserschmarrn weighs 155 kg (341.72 lb) and was achieved by Tourist Office Stubai Tirol (Austria), in Kamplersee, Neustift, Austria, on 3 October 2015. The record was achieved in the Austrian alps by Kamplersee. 5 chefs took part in the making of the kaiserschmarrn and over 2200 members of the general public were there to show their support. The proceeds for the sale of the kaiserschmarrn went to Licht ins Dunkel, a local charity.
12651Oldest person to travel from John-O'-Groats to Land's End on foot (male)Anthony W. Allsop75:88 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, John-O'-Groats02 September 2015The oldest male to walk from Land's End to John-O'-Groats is Anthony W. Allsop (UK), who was 75 years and 88 days old when he completed his walk at John-O'-Groats, Caithness, Scotland, on 2 September 2015. Anthony started his walk on 9 July 2015. He fitted out his SEAT Alhambra MPV with a small sleeping area, and slept in supermarket car parks throughout the journey.
12652Longest line of toothpaste tubes
12653Largest Halay danceCity of Duisburg1,144 peopleGermany, Duisburg22 March 2015The largest Halay dance consisted of 1,144 participants and was organised by the Mayor of Duisburg (Germany) to promote the principles of coexistence and tolerance between nationalities in the city in the König-Heinrich-Platz, in Duisburg, Germany, on 22 March 2015. The additional text (which will be only available online) and not published on the certificate, is: Citizens were invited to dance together hand in hand, following a demonstration and rehearsal of the Halay dance organised by the association Anatolische Folklore im Ruhrpott (AFiR).
12654Most martial arts sword cuts to one mat (Suegiri)Isao MachiiJapan, Hachioji23 April 2015The most martial arts sword cuts to one mat (Suegiri) is 8, achieved by Isao Machii (Japan) at Digital Hollywood University Hachioji Production Studio, in Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan, on 23 April 2015. Isao Machii improved his previous record by one cut.
12655Largest éclair mosaicGilles Desplanches81.27 square metre(s)Switzerland, Geneva29 November 2015The largest éclair mosaic is 81.27 m² (874.78 ft²) and was achieved by Gilles Desplanches (Switzerland) at the Cornavin train station in Geneva, Switzerland, on 29 November 2015. 23,700 eclairs were used in the mosaic which represented an image of the comic character Titeuf which had been designed especially for the record by the illustrator Zep.
12656Most heads shaved in one hourSam Ryan, The Purple BadgerUnited Kingdom, Swansea31 August 2015The most heads shaved in one hour is 75 and was achieved by Sam Ryan and The Purple Badger (both UK), in aid of Ty Olwen, at Llanrhidian Holiday Park, Wales, on 31 August 2015.The event was held in support of Ty Olwen Hospice and to celebrate Guinness World Records’ 60th Birthday. The Purple Badger Head Shave: World Record Attempt! from Dragon Spark Productions on Vimeo.
12657Most hot dogs made in one minuteLuke FranksUnited Kingdom, Bedgebury20 January 2016The most hot dogs made in one minute is 10 and was achieved by Luke Franks (UK) on the set of CITV's Scrambled!, in Bedgebury, UK, on 20 January 2016. This was Luke's tenth attempt at a Guinness World Records title during three series of Scrambled! and his first successful record.
12658Largest laughter yoga classSky Post, Mannings1,028 participantsHong Kong, Hong Kong19 September 2015The largest laughter yoga class is 1,028 participants and was achieved by Sky Post and Mannings (both Hong Kong) at KITEC in Hong Kong, China on 18 September 2015. Only 76 individuals were disqualified from the final record total.
12659Most corn husked in one minuteMichael Diggins Jr.United States, Scarborough15 November 2015The most corn husked in one minute is 13 ears of corn, achieved by Michael Diggins Jr. (USA) in Scarborough, Maine, USA on 15 November 2015. Michael is the first record holder for this record category.
12660Most throws and catches of two balls using the elbows in one minuteDirk Schmidt44 timesChina, 13 January 2016The most throws and catches of two balls using the elbows in one minute is 44 and was achieved by Dirk Schmidt (Germany) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China on 13 January 2016. Dirk went head to head with two challengers (one from China and one from Austria) in this attempt. His nearest challenger had a total of 37.

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