Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
12901Longest self photographs (selfies) relay chainMeizu Technology Co., LtdChina, Zhuhai10 January 2016The longest self photographs (selfies) relay chain involved 586 participants, achieved by Meizu Technology Co., Ltd (China), in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China on 10 January 2016. The attempt took place as part of a technology fair exhibiting products by Meizu.
12902Youngest person to travel to all sovereign countries
12903Fastest time to complete the IUTA World Cup Quintuple Ultra Triathlon (Female)Shangrila Rendon83:48:04 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Mexico, Leon23 October 2015The fastest time to complete the IUTA World Cup Quintuple Ultra Triathlon (female) is 83 hr 48 min 4 sec and was achieved by Shangrila Rendon (Philippines) in Leon, Mexico, between 19 October and 23 October 2015. Shangrila is also the first person from the Philippines to finish the IUTA World Cup Quintuple Ultra Triathlon.
12904Highest standing jump onto a balance boardSilvio Sabba114 centimetre(s)Italy, Milan15 February 2016The highest standing jump onto a balance board is 114 cm (44.88 in) and was achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy), in Milan, Italy, on 15 February 2016. The height of the jump is measured vertically from the floor where the participant is standing before jumping, to the surface on which the balance board is placed (not to surface of the board).
12905Most golf double eagles in a single roundNorman L. ManleyUSA, Saugus,California02 September 1964Norman L. Manley (USA) achieved two double eagles on the par-4, 301m (330yd) seventh and par-4, 265m (290yd) eighth holes on the Del Valle Country Club course in Saugus, California, USA on 2 Sep 1964. Manley also shares record 45706 for the most consecutive holes in one in the same round.
12906Longest scoubidou / boondoggleInhabitants of La Chapelle-Saint-Ursin990 metre(s)France, La Chapelle-Saint-Ursin12 September 2015The longest scoubidou (boondoggle) is 990 m (3248 ft) and was achieved by the inhabitants of La Chapelle-Saint-Ursin (France), in La Chapelle-Saint-Ursin, France, on 12 September 2015. The scoubidou (boondoggle) was arranged in the shape of a house.
12907Quadruped robot made in China walks over 134 km to set new recordLast week saw another extraordinary victory for the fast-developing science of robotics when a Chinese developed machine set a new world record for Furthest distance covered by a quadruped robot
12908Tigers Threatened by Dog Disease, New Consoles at E3, and the ٠,000,000 Motorhome. It's the News in World Records!Endangered tiger species are under threat from a virus normally found in pet dogs, a wildlife expert has warned.Canine distemper virus, similar to measles in humans, has evolved over recent years, and can now infect big cats and even marine mammals such as seals.Sumatran tigers, native to Indonesia, are the smallest tiger subspecies, averaging just 2.4m (7ft 10in) from nose to tail length for males, compared to an average of 3.15 m (10 ft 4 in) for Siberian tigers.With under 500 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, Indonesian vets must work hard to protect this rare species from the virus.Tomorrow sees the start of the E3 ( Electronic Entertainment Expo) show, a highlight in the video gaming calendar. The show will feature early glances at the next generation of video games consoles, including Microsoft's Xbox One, and Sony's Playstation 4, both set to launch by the end of this year.However, the console manufacturers may be on the back foot, as a large number of gamers are now playing on mobile devices instead of the home consoles - the iPhone 4 was the fastest-selling portable gaming system with 1.5 million units sold within 24 hours of launch, and the most downloaded mobile games series, Angry Birds, has seen more than 1 billion downlaods to iOS and Android devices.A £2,000,000 motorhome that may be the most expensive of its kind in the world has gone on sale in Dubai, the Daily Mail reports.The "eleMMent Palazzo" features an on-board bar, huge bedroom, a fireplace, and even a rooftop terrace, complete with underfloor heating - and is available in white or gold.However, the 40ft vehicle, while luxurious, is handily beaten in weight terms by the heaviest limousine - the 22,933kg (50,560lb) Midnight Rider - whose interior also includes a bar!videoFinally, ever thought of trying your luck with a metal detector?Well, Wesley Carrington certainly did, and was richly rewarded - finding a cache of Roman gold coins worth around £100,000, within minutes of using the treasure-seeking device.The 159 coins, soon to be appraised by the British Museum, is not the largest hoard of coins ever discovered, though. The Brussels hoard of 1908 consisted of around 150,000 coins, including some minted by English monarsh Henry III.
12909Maisie Williams overjoyed as Game of Thrones marches into Guinness World Records 2016An attempt to circumvent illegal downloading has earned HBO’s global hit show Game of Thrones a place in the new Guinness World Records 2016 book for Largest TV drama simulcast.
12910Most people holding the abdominal plank position (multiple venues)This record is for the greatest number of people holding the abdominal plank position simultaneously at multiple venues.This record is measured by the number of people holding the abdominal plank position simultaneously across multiple venues.For the purposes of this record, the abdominal plank position consists of the participant resting the forearms on the ground with only the toes also touching the ground. Besides the forearms and the toes, the remainder of the body (legs and torso) must be lifted off the ground.
12911Largest confectionery company - currentThis record is for the largest confectionery company in terms of revenue generated by the sale of confectionery within the latest available annual data.This record is based on the revenue generated by the sale of confectionery within the latest available annual data.This is the aggregation of chocolate confectionery, sugar confectionery and gum. Note: Retail sales measurements are confined to packaged sales. However, exceptions are made to seasonal chocolate, where unpackaged/artisanal sales are included. Pick ‘n’ mix sales are also included. Finally sales from chocolatiers, typically displayed loose and later packed (usually in boxes) are also included.
12912Largest chocolate confectionery brandThis record is for the largest chocolate confectionery brand in terms of revenue generated by the sale of chocolate confectionery within the latest available annual data.This record is based on the revenue generated by the sale of chocolate confectionery within the latest available annual data.This is the aggregation of tablets, countlines, bagged selflines/softlines, boxed assortments, seasonal chocolate, chocolate with toys, alfajores and other chocolate confectionery. Note that chocolate overtly positioned for baking/cooking purposes is excluded from Euromonitor International's confectionery coverage.
12913Most people playing combsThis record is for the greatest number of people playing the same tune using combs at the same time at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people playing the same tune using combs at the same time at a single location.For the purpose of this record comb music is defined as the act of creating a musical tune by blowing against a wax or tissue paper covered commercially available hair comb.
12914Fastest Cape Town to Cairo journey on foot (run)Nicholas Bourne318 day(s), hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Egypt, -05 December 1998Nicholas Bourne (UK) ran from Cape Town, South Africa, to Cairo, Egypt, in 318 days from 21 January to 5 December 1998, covering over 12,069 km (7,500 miles) and passing through Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Sudan.Bourne's first attempt to run from the north to the south of Africa was cut short, but it was his second attempt a few weeks later in reverse, starting from Cape Town on 21 January which proved a success. During the run Bourne, a former international catwalk model went through 30 pairs of trainers covered more than 67 km (42 miles) a day reached altitudes of 3,657 m (12,000 ft) came face to face with a giant cobra, lions and herds of elephants and raised one million pounds for the Born Free Foundation and Save The Children.
12915Largest kidneyMangalbai Mali2.14/33.72/14.14/15.05 kilogram(s)India, Dhule22 November 2011The largest kidney weighed 2.14 kg (4.72 lbs) and measured 33.72 x 14.14 x 15.05 cm (13.28 x 5.57 x 5.93 in). It was removed at the Institute of Urology, Dhule, India, on 22 November 2011.
12916Fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Cube (in competition)Feliks ZemdegsAustralia, Melbourne16 November 2013Feliks Zemdegs (Australia) beat his own record with an average time of 6.54 seconds at Melbourne Cube Day 2013 in Melbourne, Australia, on 16 November 2013.
12917Most expensive franked letter1847 wine merchants letterSwitzerland, Hotel International in Zürich03 November 1993An 1847 letter to wine merchants in Bordeaux, franked with the 1d and 2d first issues of Mauritius was bought by an anonymous buyer in less than a minute for CHF6,123,750 ($4,075,165 / £2,811,639) at a sale conducted by Geneva-based auctioneer David Feldman (Ireland) at the Hotel International in Zürich, Switzerland on 3 November 1993.
12918Most expensive jeans sold at auction onlineAnonymous60000 US dollar(s)United States, 15 June 2005An original pair of Levi Strauss & Co (USA) 501 jeans aged over 115 years old were sold by Randy Knight (USA) to an anonymous collector (Japan) for $60,000,00 (£33,230) through internet auction site eBay on 15 June 2005.There are said to be only two or three complete pairs of authentic pre-1900 Levi’s 501 jeans in existence and these are the first pair found that is still wearable.This particular pair of jeans was found by four friends in an abandoned-silver mine in the Mojave Desert, California, USA in 1998. They feature the distinctive Levi’s Arcuate stitching on the back of one pocket, the two horse leather patch (still intact), a watch pocket, a button fly and copper rivets. When found, the jeans had never been washed and it is thought that the slurry and mud from the mine helped with their preservation. They have since been washed and wrapped in unbleached muslin material to store them.
12919First turbine shipUnknown1894 year(s), Wallsend-on-Tyne,Tyne & Wear01 January 1900Earliest turbine shipThe Turbinia was designed by the Hon. Sir Charles Parsons (1854-1931) and built in 1894 at Wallsend-on-Tyne, Tyne & Wear. She was 30m 100ft long, had a displacement 45.2tonnes and was powered by three steam turbines totalling about 2000 shaft horsepower (shp). First publicly demonstrated in 1897, when a speed of 34.5knots 64km/h was achieved, the ship is now preserved at Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
12920First hovercraft flightSaunders-Roe SR.N11959/06/11 year(s), month(s), day(s)Isle of Wight, Cowes11 June 1959The first public flight by a full-sized hovercraft was made by the 4-tonne (8,800 lb) Saunders-Roe SR.N1 at Cowes, Isle of Wight on 11 June 1959. With a 680 kg (1500 lb) thrust Viper turbojet engine, this craft reached 68 knots (126 km/h or 78 mph) in June 1961. The hovercraft was the brainchild of Sir Christopher Cockerell (UK).
12921Largest hovercraft, civillianSRN4 Mk IIIUnited Kingdom01 December 2000The SRN4 Mk III, a British-built civil hovercraft, formerly employed ferrying passengers and cars across the English channel, weighs 310 tonnes (683,400 lb) and can accommodate 418 passengers and 60 cars. It is 56.38 m (185 ft) in length, and is powered by four Bristol Siddeley Marine Proteus engines, giving a maximum speed in excess of the scheduled permitted cross-Channel operating speed of 65 knots (120 km/h or 75 mph). Cross-channel services ceased in December 2000 when the hovercraft were replaced by slower but more economical Seacat catamarans.
12922Largest hangar - free standingHangar 375United StatesHangar 375 (`Big Texas') at Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, USA, completed on 15 February 1956, has four doors each 76 m (250 ft) wide, 18.3 m (60 ft) high, and weighing 608 tonnes. The high bay is 610 x 90 x 27.5m (2,000 x 300 x 90 ft) in area and is surrounded by a 17.8 ha (44 acre) concrete apron. It is the largest free-standing hangar in the world.
12923Smallest newspaperNova GráficaPortugal, Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores,,The printers Nova Gráfica in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores.16 February 2012The smallest newspaper is an edition of the newspaper Terra Nostra (Portugal) which measures 18.27 x 25.35 mm (0.72 x 0.99 in) and was achieved by Nova Gráfica (Portugal) in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores, Portugal on 16 February 2012.The newspaper was measured on 16 February and was published on 20 February 2012. The small newspaper is the exact copy of the normal edition and 3,000 copies went on sale. The small newspaper weighed 1 g (0.04 oz)
12924Deepest lakeLake BaikalRussia, Siberia01 January 1974Lake Baikal in the southern part of eastern Siberia, Russia is the deepest lake in the world. It is 620 km (385 miles) long and 32-74 km (20-46 miles) wide. In 1974 the lake's Olkhon Crevice was measured by the Hydrographic Service of the Soviet Pacific Navy and found to be 1,637 m (5,371 ft) deep, of which 1,181 m (3,875 ft) is below sea level.
12925Highest bungee jumpCurtis RiversSpain, Puertollano25 June 2001Curtis Rivers (UK) performed a bungee jump from a hot air balloon at 4,632 m (15,200 ft) over Puertollano, Spain, on 5 May 2002 - thus achieving the highest altitude bungee jump.He jumped using a 10 m (33 ft) cord, which stretched to 30 m (98 ft). After bouncing five times he freed himself from the cord and parachuted to the ground. At jump altitude the air was so thin that breathing equipment had to be used.
12926Lightest aeroplane to cross the South AtlanticStanislaw SkarzynskiSenegal, St LouisThe lightest aeroplane to cross the South Atlantic is the RWD-5bis, powered by a de Havilland Gipsy Moth 120 km engine which set a then FAI world record for straight line distance in Category II (single seater aircraft with a maximum weight of 450 kg (992 lb)) of 3,582 km (2,225 miles) on 7 May 1933. The plane was flown by Captain Stanislaw Skarzynski (Poland) from St Louis, Senegal to Maceio, Brazil in 20 hr 30 min.The exact weight of the plane is not known but, by definition, is less than 450 kg (992 lb). Flew without a radio and dinghy to keep weight below 450 kg (992 lb) and flew in a hi-tech lounge suit.
12927Most bridges walked acrossDonald H. BettyUnited States, Lancaster01 January 2001Born in 1929, Donald H. Betty of Lancaster, Pennsylvannia, USA, has walked across 150 suspension bridges, including 26 of the longest in the world. The longest bridge Don has walked is the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge in Japan that measures 1,990.9 m (6,531 ft 9 in).
12928Most letters to editors published in 1 year (multiple papers)Harshavardhan KambleIndia, NAGPUR28 December 2005Dr. Harshavardhan Damodar Kamble (India) had 480 of his letters published between 1 February and 28 December 2005 in seven prominent daily Indian newspapers, all with circulations of over 50,000.
12929Longest medicine ball control durationCONNY STRÖMBERG1/34 minute(s), second(s)Sweden, Stockholm27 November 2000Conny Strömberg (Sweden) kept control of a 5kg (11 lb) medicine ball with just his feet for 1 min 34 sec (a total of 234 touches) on the set of Guinness Rekord TV, Stockhom, Sweden on 27 November 2001.
12930Longest skateboardRob DyrdekUnited States, California25 February 2009The longest skateboard measured 11.14 m (36 ft 7 in) long, 2.63 m (8 ft 8 in) wide and 1.10 m (3 ft 7.5 in) high it was designed and produced by Rob Dyrdek and Joe Ciaglia (both USA) in Los Angeles, California, USA and unveiled on 25 February 2009 on the MTV series 'Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory'.The wheels are 8 ft 11 in wide and the deck itself is 5 1/2 inches thick.

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