Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
12661Highest static trapeze actAnna Cochrane3159.25 metre(s)New Zealand, Ashburton14 February 2016The highest static trapeze act took place at 3,159.25 m (10,365 ft) and was achieved by Anna Cochrane (New Zealand) in Ashburton, New Zealand, on 14 February 2016. During Anna's 5 minutes and 12 second performance her maximum altitude reached was 3,405.23 m (11,172 ft). She suffered a dislocated rib a few minutes into her routine but continued on to raise $1700 for Big Brothers Big Sisters, a child mentoring programme based in New Zealand. Anna said "I am really proud of how all the team of experts came together, it’s still unbelievable that it actually happened! A little part of me thought that this was all too big and it couldn’t happen but the whole thing went so smoothly. I am so lucky to have had the perfect people involved to help me achieve it!"
12662Oldest married couple to complete a marathon on each continent (aggregate age)Cathie Johnson, Troy Johnson129:109 year(s), day(s)United States, 19 February 2015The oldest married couple to complete a marathon on each continent (aggregate age) is 129 years 109 days, and was achieved by Cathie and Troy Johnson (both USA) between 8 February and 19 February 2015.Over the course of their attempt, Cathie and Troy Johnson completed marathons in Australia, the United Arab Emirates, France, Tunisia, the United States, Chile and Antarctica.
12663Largest microphone arraySoramaNetherlands, Eindhoven21 August 2014The largest microphone array consists of 4096 individual microphones, and was made by Sorama (Netherlands) in Eindhoven, Netherlands, on 21 August 2014. The array is a demonstration of a 'sound camera', which can be used to calculate and create a 3D map of sound sources.
12664Most chin ups in 24 hoursJoonas Mäkipelto5050 repetitionsFinland, Lempäälä06 February 2016The most chin ups in 24 hours is 5,050 and was achieved by Joonas Mäkipelto (Finland) at Ideapark Shopping Centre, Lempäälä, Finland, on 6-7 February 2016.Joonas suffered a painful left shoulder early in the attempt making it difficult to reach the current record of 5045. He reached the record after 18hrs 52 mins. he did a further 5 chin ups to break the record completing these after 18hrs 54mins. He made a decision to go no further for fear of damaging his shoulder beyond repair.15 minutes before the end of the 24hr period, Joonas called his girlfriend onto the stage and proposed to her in public - she said "Yes". The whole attempt was streamed live on the internet the AV operator said that when he organised live-streaming for the election of the Finland Prime Minister he recorded 130,000 viewers - this attempt attracted in excess of 337,000 viewers.Full story: Finnish firefighter smashes 24-hour chin ups record in spite of serious shoulder injury
12665Shortest person to dunk a basketball (female)This record is for the shortest female to dunk a basketball.This record is to be attempted by an individual.The record measurement is height: in centimeters, with the equivalent measurement given in feet and inches.A basketball dunk is when the participant jumps into the air, keeps control of the ball while it is above the rim and puts the ball directly into the basket using one or both hands.
12666Fastest journey around the Monopoly® board on foot - Atlantic City edition (individual)This record is for the fastest time to travel to every street of the Atlantic City Monopoly board on foot.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in hours, minutes and seconds.The Atlantic City monopoly board is the original version of Monopoly.
12667Fastest journey on foot across Cuba (Punta de Maisi to Cabo de San Antonio)This record is for the fastest journey on foot between Punta de Maisi and Cabo de San Antonio (or vice versa).This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in days, hours and minutes.For the purpose of this record, "on foot" includes walking, jogging and running.
12668Most tacos served in 8 hoursThis record is for the largest number of tacos served in 8 hours.This record is to be attempted by an individual or a group of unlimited size.This record is measured in number of tacos.For the purposes of this record, a taco is defined as a traditional Mexican dish composed of a soft or hard tortilla folded or rolled around a spiced or seasoned meat, seafood or vegetable filling.
12669Farthest distance limbo skating under cars backwardsThis record is for the farthest distance limbo skating under cars backwards. This is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in metres and centimetres, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in feet and inches.For the purposes of this record, limbo skating is an activity where a person drives on roller skates underneath an obstacle, such as a horizontal bar, without touching it.
12670Largest gathering of people dressed as Mr BeanThis record is for the greatest number of people dressed as the fictional character Mr Bean gathered at single venue.This record is measured by the number of people dressed as the fictional character Mr Bean gathered at single location.For the purpose of this record Mr Bean is defined as the character performed by Rowan Atkinson in both films, television series and other appearences
12671Longest duration balancing on a tightrope (double drop knee)This record is for the longest duration to balance on a tightrope whilst in a drop down knee position.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in hours, minutes and seconds.For the purposes of this record, a double drop knee refers to a position of the individual on a tightrope, where balancing is done on the ankles with both knees positioned below the tightrope.
12672Most onion rings eaten in one minuteThis record is for the most onion rings eaten in one minute.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured in kilograms with the relevant equivalent in pounds and ounces.For the purpose of this record an onion ring is a ring of onion that has been rolled in batter (flour and water) and deep fried in oil.
12673Largest robot swarmThis record is for the largest robot swarm.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team.This record is measured in number of robots.For the purposes of this record, a robot swarm is a self-organising group of autonomous robots that are capable of successfully completing a defined task using collective behaviour without any form of external control during that task.
12674Most sumo squats in one hour carrying 40 lb pack (male)This record is for the most sumo squats performed in one hour.This record is to be attempted by an individual.One squat is as follows: Starting from standing position with feet roughly twice shoulder-width apart and toes pointing outward, bending knees until thighs are parallel with the ground, returning to the fully upright standing position. Feet must remain flat on the ground.
12675Most spinning tops spun with a string simultaneouslyThis record is for the most spinning tops spun with a string simultaneously. This record is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in the number of spinning tops that were spun with a string and continue to spin simultaneously. For the purposes of this record, only spinning tops that require the use of a string in order to spin them are allowed.
12676Longest roll of 35mm filmThis record is for the longest roll of exposed photographic/video 35mm film.This record is measured in metres.This record is to be attempted by an individual or team of unlimited size.For the purposes of the record, 35mm film is defined as standard sized 35mm photographic film, which has been exposed and then developed.
12677Fastest marathon dressed as a footThis record is for the fastest time to for a mascot to complete a marathon distance course wearing a full body costume of a foot. Marathon distance is 42.195 km / 26 miles 385 yards.This is to be attempted by an individual.Measurement value: time – in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
12678Greatest distance on inline skates (rollerblades) in 24 hours (women)Kimberly Ames455.55 kilometre(s)USA, Portland,Oregon02 October 1994The greatest distance covered on inline skates in 24 hours is 455.55 km (283.07 miles), by Kimberly Ames (USA) at Portland, Oregon, USA, on 2 October 1994.Guidelines saved under I.
12679Waterskiing - distance on two handsWayne Carrels Jr.United States, Petersburg01 September 2013The greatest distance travelled while water skiing on two bare hands is 901 m (2,956 ft 11 in) and was set by Wayne Carrels Jr. (USA) at Lake Petersburg, Illinois, USA on 1 September 2013.
12680Youngest International Player, Rugby LeagueGavin GordonUnited Kingdom, Rochdale16 October 1995The youngest rugby league international is Gavin Gordon who played for Ireland vs. Moldova on 16 October 1995 at Spotland, Rochdale, UK, aged 17 years 229 days old.DOB: 28 Feb 1978Gavin also scored a hat trick of tries on his debut in this 'Emerging nations' game which Ireland won 48-26.There was problems as he was then embroiled in a league vs union debate. More details of this in the claim folder.
12681Most consecutive forward rollsAshrita FurmanUnited States, Lexington,Massachusetts30 April 1986Ashrita Furman performed 8,341 forward rolls in 10hr 30min over 19.67km 12miles 390yards from Lexington to Charleston, Massachusetts, USA on April 30, 1986.
12682Most common elementHydrogen90 percentage, The UniverseCommonest elementHydrogen is the commonest element in both the Universe (over 90%) and the Solar System (70.68%). Iron is the commonest element in the earth, accounting for 36% of the mass, whilst molecular nitrogen (N2) is the commonest in the atmosphere at 78.08% by volume or 75.52% by mass.
12683Trampolining - most baranis in one minuteDominic SwafferUnited Kingdom, LondonDominic Swaffer of Maidstone, Kent, UK, did 84 baranis in one minute using a standard trampoline on the set of the television programme Guinness World Records, London on 25 May 1999.A barani is a somersault with a half twist. He beat his existing record of 80, set on Linford's Records Breakers in December 1998.
12684First circumnavigation by walkingGeorge Mathew Schilling, David KunstfirstUSAThe first person reputed to have walked round the world is George Matthew Schilling (USA) from 1897 to 1904. The first verified achievement was by David Kunst (USA) from 20 June 1970 to 5 October 1974, who walked 23,250 km (14,450 miles) through four continents.
12685Most gender specific languageNüshuChina, Western Hunan, a poor province South of Yangtse.01 January 0959For about 1000 years in a region of the Hunan province, China, nüshu ("women's writing") has been used exclusively by women to communicate their deeper feelings to other women. It is thought that it was invented by the concubine who belonged to an emperor of the Song dynasty (960-1279).Study of the scripts did not begin until 1950 but soon after had to be abandoned due to the Chinese Cultural revolution. When research began again in 1980, only about a dozen women could read nüshu and only three could write it. All nüshu material, including letters and wedding congratulations, is written in verse. Men played no role in the production or dissemination of its writings and it was often used to write stories that challenged the conventional male morality.
12686Largest fashion show audienceVictoria's Secret2000000 peopleFrance, CannesThe Victoria's Secret Fashion Show held at Cannes on 18 May 2000, was watched by more than two million people around the world who logged onto VictoriasSecret.com. Featuring models Tyra Banks, Karen Mulder and Stephanie Seymour, it was hosted by Elizabeth Taylor and Elton John and raised over $2 million (£1¼ million ) for the America Foundation for AIDS Research.
12687Most people reading aloud simultaneously, multiple locationsWalden Media223363 peopleUnited States, 13 December 2006The most people reading aloud simultaneously is 223,363 participants at 909 venues across the United States for an event organized by Walden Media on 13 December 2006.
12688Most letters published in an single national paper in one yearShailendra Singh YadavIndia, kanpur30 December 2007Shailendra Singh Yadav (India) had 214 letters published in the AJ Independent Hindi Daily newspaper between 2 January and 30 December 2007.
12689Largest snowball fightSnow Day5834 participantsUnited States, Seattle12 January 2014The largest snowball fight was achieved by 5,834 participants at an event organized by Seattle Snow Day (USA) at Seattle Center, Washington, USA, on 12 January 2013.Each participant threw at least one snowball during the attempt, with proceeds benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Seattle.
12690Most handball targets in 30 secondsJONAS KÄLLMANSweden, Stockholm27 November 2000Jonas Källman (Sweden) achieved hitting eight hand ball targets in 30 seconds on the set of Guinness Rekord TV, Stockholm, Sweden on 27 November 2001.

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