Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12781Highest winning margin in NHL 98 (SNES)Rudy Ferretti13 point(s), 14 November 2006The highest winning margin in NHL 98 (SNES) was set by Rudy Ferretti on 14 November 2006, when he managed to beat a computer-controlled opponent on the SNES version of NHL 98 by a 13-point margin. The game was played with 10-minute periods. Ferretti was allowed to pick any teams.
12782Largest egg mosaicSociété de Développement des Intérêts d'OuchySwitzerland, Lausanne02 April 2010The largest egg mosaic consisted of 66,000 coloured eggs and was created by Société de Développement des Intérêts d'Ouchy (Switzerland) at Place de la Navigation in Lausanne, Switzerland, on 2 April 2010.Over 100 volunteers took part in assembling the mosaic, which consisted of 19 different colours of dyed eggs. Proceeds benefited families with children suffering from cancer.
12783Highest winning margin in NHL 2004 (PlayStation 2)Terence O'Neil12 point(s)USA, 10 September 2006The highest winning margin in NHL 2004 for PlayStation 2 was achieved by Terence O'Neil whilst playing an exhibition mode game. He thrashed his computer-controlled opponent by an impressive 12-point margin on 10 September 2006, with game settings on default and team line edits allowed.
12784Largest shuttlecock mosaicFuqiang Zhao, Fuqiang Zhao30.375 square metre(s)China, Dandong City02 August 2009The largest shuttlecock mosaic measures 30.375 m² (326.95 ft²) and was created by Fuqiang Zhao (China) on 2 August 2009. It was comprised of 5,236 shuttlecocks and depicted two interlaced hearts and the words "Show the love with shuttlecocks, be together forever". Fuqiang Zhao is president of the Dandong Badminton Association and created the mosaic in honor of his nuptials in September of the same year.
12785First expedition to the Southern Pole of Inaccessibility on footRory SweetfirstAntarctica, Novo to The POI19 January 2007The first expedition to the Southern Pole of Inaccessibility on foot was completed by Henry Cookson, Rupert Longsdon, Rory Sweet (All UK) and Paul Landry (Canada), on 19 January 2007.The Pole of Inaccessibility (POI) is defined as the exact centre of the Antarctic landmass. Although there have been previous mechanised expeditions, this one was completed using only a combination of ski and kites.
12786Largest business lessonDr. S. L. NarayanaIndia, Karimnager,,Alphores Academic Campus17 September 2013The largest business lesson was attended by 2,222 participants and taught by Dr. S. L. Narayana (India) at Alphores Academic Campus, in Karimnager, Andhra Pradesh, India, on 17 September 2013.
12787Largest donation of used mobile phones in one week - multiple locationsSprintUnited StatesThe largest donation of used mobile phones in one week (multiple locations) is 103,582 phones and was achieved by Sprint (USA) on 3 May 2013.
12788Largest Online Bingo GameCoca-Cola (Japan)493824 peopleJapan, Minato-ku, Tokyo03 September 2010The largest online bingo game was played by 493,824 members of Coca-Cola Park which was organized by Coca-Cola (Japan) in Tokyo, Japan, on 3 September 2010.
12789First winner of NBA Live season simulatorDallas Mavericks01 January 2006The earliest winners of the EA NBA Live Season simulation were the Dallas Mavericks in 2006, beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games to emerge as champions. The simulation of the 2006/2007 season was generated by NBA Live 07 and represented the first time that an entire season had been officially generated by an NBA Live game.
12790First lungless frogBarbourula kalimantanensisfirst, Borneo01 January 2008The first species of lungless frog was confirmed in 2008. Previously known only from two specimens, Barbourula kalimantanensis, an aquatic species from Borneo, obtains all of its oxygen by direct absorption through its skin and hence has no need of lungs. This was verified by studies following the recent discovery of two new populations of this species in Kalimantan.
12791First animation nominated for Best Foreign Language FilmVals Im Bashir (Waltz with Bashir)firstIsrael, 01 January 2009Vals Im Bashir (Waltz with Bashir) (Israel/Germany/France/USA, 2008) was the first animation to be Oscar nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. The movie, directed by Ari Folman (Israel) tells the story of an ex-soldier piecing together his shattered memories of an Israeli Army mission in the first Lebanon war.
12792Best 30 game start, NHL teamSan Jose SharksNot Applicable01 January 2009The best start through 30 games in National Hockey League (NHL) history is 52 points by the San Jose Sharks (USA) to begin the 2008-09 season. The Sharks won 25 games to equal the record set by the Boston Bruins (USA) in 1929-30 for most victories in the first 30 games of the season.
12793Largest wine list - restaurantChiggeri1746 itemsLuxembourg, Luxembourg15 September 2009The most varieties of wine commercially available was 1,746 at the Restaurant Chiggeri in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg when counted on 31 December 2008.All the wine on the list have been on the menu for more than six months.
12794Largest interactive weather reportThe Weather ChannelAustralia, 502 schools across Australia18 August 2010The largest interactive weather report was achieved by The Weather Channel (Australia) with 502 submissions forming one interactive weather report in Australia, on 18 August 2010. The submissions were made at 502 schools across Australia. The Weather Channel event was called "The BIG Report". The weather was measured at midday Eastern Standard Time and reported on air at 6pm in one continuous weather report.
12795Most Olympic gold medals in AthleticsPaavo Nurmi, Carl Lewis9 timesNetherlands, Amsterdam01 January 1928The most Olympic gold medals won by an individual competitor in athletics is nine, by Paavo Nurmi (Finland) at the games held in Antwerp, Belgium, in 1920, Paris, France, in 1924 and Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1928 and Carl Lewis (USA) in Los Angeles, USA (1984), Seoul, Korea (1988), Barcelona, Spain (1992) and Atlanta, USA (1996).
12796Tallest unsupported flagpoleJeddah Municipality & Abdul Latif Jameel Community Initiatives (ALJCI)171 metre(s)Saudi Arabia, Jeddah23 September 2014The tallest unsupported flagpole measures 171 m (561 ft) and was erected by Jeddah Municipality & Abdul Latif Jameel Community Initiatives (ALJCI) (both Saudi Arabia), in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 23 September 2014.
12797Fastest time to deconstruct and reassemble an electric scooterZhao Zhanju (China)China, Jinhua26 October 2014The fastest time to deconstruct and reassemble an electric scooter is 32 min 39.8 sec and was achieved by Zhao Zhanju (China) at an event organized by Zhejiang Luyuan Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. (China) in Jinhua, Zhejiang, China on 26 October 2014.
12798Largest morenada danceNapoleon Gomez SilvaBolivia, Guaqui25 July 2014The largest Bolivian folk dance involved 3,014 people and was achieved by'La Organización Boliviana de Defensa y Difusión del Folklore' (OBDEFO, Bolivia), in an event organised by Napoleon Gomez Silva (Bolivia), in Guaqui, Bolivia, on 25 July 2014.The specific folk dance performed was the Bolivian Morenada. The 3,014 dancers were accompanied by 1,000 musicians.
12799Largest cheerleading danceWing Dance Promotion Co., Ltd.1,371 participantsJapan, Urayasu30 August 2015The largest cheerleading dance is by 1,371 people, achieved by Wing Dance Promotion Co., Ltd. (Japan) at Maihama Amphitheater, in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, on 30 August 2015. The attempt was held during an event to celebrate Wing Dance Promotion's 20th anniversary.
12800Longest dirt to dirt mountain bike backflipCam ZinkUnited States, Mammoth Lakes21 August 2014The longest dirt to dirt mountain bike backflip is 100 ft 3 in and was achieved by Cam Zink (USA) at the ESPN World of X Games: Mammoth Flip presented by Monster at Mammoth Mountain’s Canyon Lodge in Mammoth Lakes, California, USA, on 21 August 2014.
12801Most bridesmaids to one brideTina Ackles168 peopleUnited States, Safety Harbor18 April 2015The most bridesmaids to one bride is 168, at the wedding of Tina Ackles (USA) in Florida, USA, on 18 April 2015. The wedding took place at the Safety Harbor Resort and Spa in Florida, USA
12802Largest beach volleyball championshipsNeVoBo2,355 participantsNetherlands, Scheveningen27 June 2015The largest beach volleyball championships consists of 2,355 participants and was achieved by the Dutch Volleyball Federation (NeVoBo) in Scheveningen, The Hague, Netherlands, on 27 June 2015. The Championship took place alongside the 2015 Beach Volleyball World Championship. The event was designed for amateur players to take part whilst the World Championship was being played.
12803Longest human towel chainDammi La Mano1,646 participantsItaly, Gabicce Mare09 August 2015The longest human towel chain consists of 1,646 participants, achieved at an event organised by Dammi La Mano (Italy) in Gabicce Mare, Italy on 9 August 2015. The attempt took place on a beach with everyone holding their towels between them to form a continuous unbroken chain.
12804Highest score on Wii Fit Plus Hula Hooping (Wii)Lydia Finn333 a unit not listed belowUnited Kingdom, Lancashire10 February 2015The highest score on Wii Fit Plus Hula Hooping (Wii) is 333 and was achieved by Lydia Finn (UK) in Lancashire, UK on 10 February 2015. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: LIDIZIBOB:
12805Most people receiving henna tattoos simultaneouslyCharotar Education Society1200 participantsIndia, Anand28 July 2015The most people receiving henna tattoos simultaneously is 1,200 and was achieved by Charotar Education Society (India), in Anand, Gujarat, India, on 28 July 2015. All those to receive henna tattoos were local school girls.
12806Most streamed track on SpotifyMajor Lazer, Major Lazer616,175,135 a unit not listed belowNot Applicable, 12 January 2016The most streamed track on Spotify is "Lean On" by Major Lazer (USA/UK), featuring DJ Snake (aka William Sami Etienne Grigahcine, France) and MØ (aka Karen Marie Ørsted, Denmark), with 616,175,135 streams as of 12 January 2016. "Lean On" was released on 2 March 2015, reaching No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No.2 in the UK Singles ChartSpotify (Sweden) offers more than 30 million songs for streaming and is available in 58 countries around the world. The service boasts more than 75 million active users, of which more than 20 million are paying subscribers.
12807Fastest swim short course relay 4 x 100 metres medley (female)Simone Manuel, Kelsi Worrell, Katie Meili, Courtney Bartholomew03:45.20 minute(s), second(s)United States, Indianapolis11 December 2015The fastest 4 x 100 m short-course medley relay swim by a female team is 3 minutes 45.20 seconds and was achieved by the USA (Courtney Bartholomew, Katie Meili, Kelsi Worrell and Simone Manuel) at the Duel in the Pool in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, on 11 December 2015. The Duel in the Pool is a swim meet in which the USA competes against Europe.
12808Fastest swim short course relay 4 x 200 metres freestyle (female)Femke Heemskerk, Sharon van Rouwendall, Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Inge Dekker07:32.85 minute(s), second(s)Qatar, Doha03 December 2014The fastest short course 4 x 200 metres freestyle relay swim by a female team is 7 minutes 32.85 seconds and was achieved by Netherlands (Femke Heemskerk, Inge Dekker, Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Sharon van Rouwendall) at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Doha, Qatar, on 3 December 2014. Three of the four members of this team also broke the 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay at the same championships. Maud van der Meer swam instead of Sharon van Rouwendall in that race.
12809Fastest relay 4 x 800 metres (male) (indoors)Richard Jones, Erik Sowinski, David Torrence, Duane Solomon07:13.11 minute(s), second(s)United States, Boston08 February 2014The fastest 4 x 800 metres relay indoors was 7 minutes 13.11 seconds by the "USA All Stars" team represented by Richard Jones, David Torrence, Duane Solomon and Erik Sowinski (all USA) in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, on 8 February 2014. The record was broken during the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix with the USA All Stars just finishing ahead of the New Jersey-New York Track Club quartet, who clocked 7:13.22 – the second best time ever.
12810Speed Skating, Short-track, 1,000 m (women)Shim Suk-Hee01:26 minute(s), second(s)Canada, Calgary21 October 2012The fastest short-track speed skating 1,000 metres by a female athlete is 1 minute 26.661 seconds by Shim Suk-Hee (South Korea) at the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup event at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 21 October 2012. Shim Suk-Hee won the gold medal at the 1,000 and the 1,500 metres during the season opener in Calgary, where she set the record.

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