Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12991Largest Hasapiko danceLarnaca Municipality749 peopleCyprus, larnaka12 December 2010The largest Hasapiko dance consisted of 749 dancers and was achieved by Larnaca Municipality (Cyprus) at Europe Square, Larnaca, Cyprus, on 12 December 2010.Hasapiko is a traditional Greek dance. The name comes from the word 'butcher' as it was said to be a dance of the members of the butchers' guild during Byzantine times. All the participants dressed in white shirt and black trousers and danced to the popular Greek song 'Frankosyriani' for five minutes.
12992Fastest ascent of Mt Kilimanjaro (male)Gerard Bavato5/26/40 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Tanzania, Marangu26 October 2007Gerard Bavato (France) ran the 34 km (21.1 miles) from the base to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro in a time of 5 hr 26 min 40 sec, on 26 October 2007.
12993Longest chain of people licking ice creamMorelli's of Portstewart2728 participantsUnited Kingdom, Portstewart,,The Promenade, Portstewart, UK23 July 2011The longest chain of people licking ice cream was achieved by 2,728 participants at an event organised by Morelli's of Portstewart Ltd. (UK) in Portstewart, Northern Ireland, UK, on 23 July 2011.The event took place as part of a promotional campaign advertising Morelli's ice cream.
12994Most consecutive multi-coin rolls, one handRichard Burr20/35 minute(s), second(s)United States, Monster House,Simi Valley,CaliforniaRichards Burr (USA) simultaneously rolled four silver dollars around the fingers of his left hand using the classic coin roll technique, completing 72 consecutive coin rolls in a time of 20 min 35 sec at the Monster House in Simi Valley, California, USA, on 25 May 2007.
12995Most stationary engines running simultaneouslyVaal Old WheelsSouth Africa, Vanderbijlpark02 September 2007The record for most stationary engines running simultaneously is 205 and was hosted by Vaal Old Wheels Motor Club during the annual Chevrolet Wheels at the Vaal Festival held at North West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa on 2 September 2007.All engines were at least 25 years old and ran together for the full 5 minutes period.
12996Largest reproductive organ for a birdOxyura vittata42.5 centimetre(s)Argentina, Cordoba30 April 2001The largest penis of any bird is that of the Argentine lake drake (Oxyura vittata) which has been measured everted and unwound at 42.5 cm (16.7 in). The base of this retractable penis is covered with spines, yet the tip is soft and brush-like.The use of the waterfowl penis as a means of sex and age identification of live birds is commonplace. The discovery was reported by Kevin G. McCracken of the Institute of Arctic Biology and Department of Biology and Wildlife, University of Alaska Fairbanks and published in Nature magazine on 13 September 2001.
12997Most footbag kicks consecutively with two footbagsJuha-Matti Rytilahti68 timesFinland, Turku30 September 2001Juha-Matti Rytilahti (Finland) achieved 68 footbag kicks with one foot, using two footbags, at the Turku Fair Center, Turku, Finland on 30 September 2001.Send gen guidelines and get them to contact for specifics.
12998Largest aqua aerobics displayRoyal College of Phisycians of ThailandThailand, Bangkok25 April 2009The largest aqua aerobic display was achieved by 2,047 participants at Pattaya beach (Thailand) during an event organised by the Royal College of Physicians of Thailand and the Ministry of Public Health (both Thailand) on 25 April 2009.Press release: The Largest Aqua Aerobics Display organized by the Royal College of Physicians of Thailand, together with Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Tourism and Sports, Naval Medical Department, Chonburi Province, Chonburi Provincial Administrative Organization, Pattaya City, Burapha University, Thai-Rai-Poong Network and many local administrative organizations, public hospitals in Chonburi Province and private Bangkok Hospital Pattaya, was held successfully at Pattaya beach near Soi 4, Chonburi province on April 25, 2009 between 17:00-17:50. The event had a total of 2,047 active participants who simultaneously performed rhythmic aerobic exercise in the sea with stretching and strength training routines in a group setting for at least 10 minutes and was led by eighteen skillful instructors on the stages whose steps of aerobic exercise were also shown on two LED screens. The exercise area in the sea extended to almost two kilometers along the curved Pattaya beach and it was an aqua aerobics event like no other held in Pattaya beach before. This event was witnessed by an adjudicator from Guinness World Records who can confirm that this is the largest aqua aerobic display (Claim ID 248850) ever held in the water with 2,047 active participants. Accordingly, the world record for this category was broken on this day and the RCPT with the above-mentioned supporting units earned a spot in the Guinness World Records™ archive as hosts of the World's Largest Water Aerobics Display in Pattaya city.
12999Largest computer class - multiple locationDr. SubramonianIndia, DR.R.V. Arts and Science College,Coimbatore09 November 2006The largest computer class in multiple locations involved 1,934 participants from 16 different venues worldwide and was organized by Dr. Subramonian from DR.R.V. Arts and Science College in Coimbatore, India, for Guinness World Records Day on 9 November 2006. The countries involved were: Ecuador, India, Lithuania, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Poland, Taiwan, Thailand and Venezuala.
13000Smallest cinema - seat capacityPalastkinoGermany, Radebeul09 November 2006The smallest cinema by seat capacity to operate as a regular commercial venture has 9 seats. The Palastkino on Bahnhofstraße, Radebeul, Germany, owned by Johannes Gerhardt (Germany), opened on 30 October 2006 with the film Smoke (Germany/ USA/ Japan, 1995). The record was acknowledged as part of Guinness World Records Day.The cinema is located in the building of train station Radebeul West.
13001Longest no-hands motorcycle wheelieAC Farias89 metre(s)Netherlands, Amsterdam22 October 2004AC Farias (Netherlands) performed an 89 m (292 ft) wheelie without using his hands at the MotoRAI event in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 22 October 2004.He lifts the bike onto its back wheel in the usual manner and once it is balanced he lets go of the handlebars and continues to ride.
13002Largest beer mat structureSven GoebelGermany, Kall16 September 2004Using 70,000 beermats and no adhesive of any kind, Sven Goebel (Germany) built the largest beermat structure measuring 3 m (9 ft 10 in) tall and 5 m (16 ft 4 in) wide in Kall, Germany on 16 August 2004.
13003Largest lion dance display (two operators)Hong Kong Dragon and Lion Festival Preparatory CommitteeHong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui District01 January 2011The largest lion dance display consisted of 1,111 lions and was organized by the Hong Kong Dragon and Lion Festival Preparatory Committee (Hong Kong) for the Hong Kong Dragon and Lion Festival held in Hong Kong, on 1 January 2011.The lion dance display required 2,222 participants, who danced simultaneously along the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui. The event, organized to coincide with the celebrations for the New Year, also featured two 70-m-long (228-ft) golden dragons parading and dancing alongside the lions.
13004Heaviest fibroidPushpanjali MalipatilIndia, Raichur19 December 2005The heaviest fibroid weighed 30 kg (66 lb 2 oz) and belonged to Mrs Mahadevamma (India). The fibroid was removed by a team of surgeons and nurses, led by Dr Pushpanjali Malipatil (India) at the Rajiv Gandhi Superspeciality Hospital in Raichur, Karnataka, India on 19 December 2005.
13005Largest quiz - multi-venueOundle Macmillan Support Group2679 participantsUnited Kingdom, 24 February 2012The largest simultaneous quiz at multiple venues involved 2,679 participants at an event organised by Oundle Macmillan Support Group (UK) at 39 venues across the UK on 24 February 2012.The quizzes started at 7:45 p.m. GMT. The same quiz was used at all locations, and consisted of 8 rounds of 10 questions each.
13006Fastest skip Texas style over 100 mRay KozakUSA, McMinnville26 February 2005Ray Kozak (USA) managed to complete a 100 m sprint in 17.61 seconds while doing 23 consecutive Texas skips, at the Warren County Middle School, McMinnville, Tennessee, USA on the 26 February 2005.
13007Largest photographShinichi YamamotoJapanShinichi Yamamoto (Japan) printed a photograph 145 m (475 ft 8 in) long and 35.6 cm (14 in) wide, after producing a single photographic negative 30.5 m (100 ft) long and 7 cm (2.75 in) wide using a handmade panoramic camera on 18 december 2000.
13008Largest evacuation from land by a single shipSS Meredith Victory14000 peopleKorea (North), Hungnam25 December 1950During the evacuation of Hungnam, North Korea, in the face of advancing communist forces during the Korean War, the freighter SS Meredith Victory evacuated 14,000 civilian refugees to the safety of Pusan, South Korea between 22 and 25 December 1950. Meredith Victory was one of the last ships to leave Hungnam and thanks to the dangers she faced her entire crew was awarded the Gallant Ship Unit Citation Bar by the US Congress.Meredith Victory was 138.6 m (455 ft) long and 19 m (62 ft) wide, and as a cargo ship had only 12 berths for passengers. While anchored off Hungnam she faced possible enemy shelling and air attack, while leaving the harbour had to negotiate an enemy mine field. Her captain, Marinus LaRue was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal. Meredith Victory was one of hundreds of Victory Ships constructed by the US during WWII to carry vital war supplies to and from the country.
13009Best selling single of instrumental musicJohn Williams (composer)2000000 unit(s) soldUnited StatesA disco arrangement of John Williams' (USA) music to Star Wars (USA, 1977) – entitled "Star Wars Theme and Cantina Band" – by record producer Meco, aka Domenico Monardo (USA) in 1977, remains the only instrumental single to reach Platinum status by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), having sold over 2 million units. The track featured on the album Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk, which outsold the original movie soundtrack and was also certified platinum.
13010First film entirely produced using computer generated imagery setsGraham RobertsonfirstUnited States, Austin15 March 2004The first film given a public release where the background footage was wholly created using computer generated imagery (CGI) was Able Edwards (USA 2004), produced by Graham Robertson and first shown at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Austin, Texas, USA on 15 March 2004. The film combined real actors shot against a green screen. Immortel (ad vitam) (France, Italy, UK 2004), released two days earlier on 13 March 2004 at the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Films combined CGI sets with physical ones.
13011Largest collection of Märklin waggonsGilles MonkBelgium, Brussels16 July 2006The largest collection of Märklin wagons belongs to Gilles Monk (Belgium), with 1982 different pieces, which he has been collecting since 1980.See Märklin history attachment. CD with pictures of all trains provided. Mr Monk’s favourite train is the “Crocodile” which is an entirely gold plated train produced in only 50 pieces for a press conference held by Märklin in 1983, only given to journalists.
13012Most consecutive one-goal wins, NHL teamBuffalo Sabres6 timesUnited States, 19 December 2005The Buffalo Sabres won six consecutive games by a one-goal margin (including two overtime victories and one shootout win), from 8-19 December 2005. Buffalo’s six straight one-goal wins are a league record. Three teams had previously won five consecutive games, all by a one-goal margin: the 1937-38 Bruins, 1992-93 Canadiens, and the San Jose Sharks earlier that same season (26 October 26 - 5 November 2005).
13013First aircraft, commercial jet-poweredBritish De Haviland CometfirstUnited Kingdom, London02 June 1949The 36-seat British De Havilland Comet 1 was the world's first jet-powered commercial aircraft, and was powered by four De Havilland Ghost 50 engines mounted within its wings. It first flew on 27 July 1949 and made its first scheduled passenger-carrying flight, between London, UK, and Johannesburg, South Africa, on 2 May 1952, when BOAC (The British Overseas Airways Corporation – predecessor to British Airways) inaugurated the first commercial jet service.Flying at speeds as high as 800 km/h (500 mph) it made scheduled stops in Rome, Khartoum (Sudan), Entebbe (Kenya) and Livingstone (near the Victoria Falls in Zambia). A series of disastrous crashes in 1953 and 1954 led to the aircraft being withdrawn from service. A design flaw related to the aircraft's square windows (favoured over round windows purely for cosmetic reasons) caused metal fatigue and resulted in weaknesses in the aircraft's structure. By the time the aircraft returned to service, the Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8 had become the market leaders and the Comet enjoyed only modest success thereafter.Only about 90 Comets ever reached commercial operators, and most were removed from service by the early 1980s. A few additional Comet aircraft (No 216 Squadron) were used by the British Royal Air Force, but only the Nimrod, a Comet derivative, remains in use in the maritime and reconnaissance roles.
13014Most expensive haircutStuart Phillips16420 US dollar(s)United Kingdom, London - Covent Garden29 October 2007The most expensive hair cut cost £8,000 ($16,420) and was made by Stuart Phillips at the Stuart Phillips Salon in Covent Garden, London, UK, on 29 October 2007.The person who made the appointment was Beverley Lateo of Pisa, Italy, who could not find a hairdresser that she like in all of Italy, so looked elsewhere in Europe and in April 2007 found Stuart Phillips – a name she recognised from numerous British magazine, as the official hairstylist to The British Academy Television Awards (since 2004). A month later she was having her long layers cut by Stuart as part of his International VIP hair service. The cut was seemingly worth every penny, and hence Beverley is booked in for another appointment.The record breaking haircut package included a Champagne lunch, a head and scalp massage, a selection of personalised L’Oreal hair products and treatments, a return limousine ride from the airport, and of course, the haircutting skills of Stuart Phillips, himself.
13015Largest robot danceNational Association of College and University Residence Halls2524 peopleUnited States, Pittsburgh01 June 2013The largest robot dance consisted of 2,524 participants and was achieved by the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (USA) at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, on 1 June 2013.
13016Smallest autopilotProcerus TechnologiesUnited StatesWeighing only 16.65 g (0.58 oz) and measuring 5 x 3.4 x 1.2 cm (2 x 1.37 x 0.47 in) the Kestrel Autopilot is smallest and lightest full-featured autopilot currently on the market. Manufactured by Procerus Technologies (USA), it is designed for use in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) with surveillance and reconnaissance applications. It can guide micro and mini UAVs and provides autonomous flight control with the Global Positioning System (GPS) waypoint navigation and autonomous take-off, flight and auto-landing capabilities.Kestrel has a TM sign after it.
13017Largest wine tasting event (multiple venues)JD WetherspoonUnited Kingdom, NationalThe largest wine tasting event was organised by JD Wetherspoon and involved 17, 540 participants tasting wine in 409 pubs across the United Kingdom, on 21 May 2008.The wine used for the attempt was Fetzer Coldwater Creek Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, White Zinfandel Rose and Merlot.
13018Fastest time to throw 10 knives around a human targetDavid Adamovich4.29 second(s)Mexico, Mexico City29 July 2008Dr David R. Adamovich (The Great Throwdini, USA) threw ten 14'' throwing knives around his partner, Target Girl Tina Nagy (USA), in 4.29 seconds, on the set of El Show Olímpico, in Mexico City, Mexico, on 29 July 2008.Marco Frigatti and Mia Ruano adjudicated during the show.
13019Greatest distance sailed in 24 hours single-handedlyArmel Le Cleac’hNot Applicable27 January 2014Armel Le Cleac’h (France) sailed single-handedly 682.85 nautical miles (1,264.64 km 785.81 miles) in his 103-ft trimaran Banque Populaire 7 on 26-27 January 2014, achieving an average speed of 28.45 knots.
13020First true automatic weaponUnknownfirst, 01 January 1883In 1883, Sir Hiram Maxim built and developed his first self-powered, single-barreled machine gun and demonstrated it in 1884 for the first time. It used the recoil force of the fired round to extract the fired case and place another in the chamber, cocking the action in the process. By holding the trigger down, the gun fired continuously or until it overheated or jammed. Various designs of the Maxim gun were used in the First World War by Britain, Russia and Germany, and it continued in service in various guises throughout the Second World War too.

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