Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13081Tallest useable pogo stickFred GrzybowskiCanada, Toronto07 August 2011The tallest useable pogo stick is 2.91 m (9 ft 6 1/2 in) achieved by Fred Grzybowski (USA) at the Toronto International Busker Festival on 7 August 2011.
13082Longest duration gurning with the lower lip covering the nostrilsShuquan TangItaly, Rome21 March 2012The longest duration gurning with the lower lip covering the nostrils is 53 seconds and was achieved by Shuquan Tang (China) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Rome, Italy, on 21 March 2012.
13083Highest score on Level 1-1 of "Poached Eggs" on Angry Birds for ChromeStephen Kish37510 point(s)United Kingdom, East Sussex23 August 2011The highest score on Angry Birds for Chrome (Rovio, 2011) is 37,510 points and was achieved by Stephen Kish (UK) in East Sussex, UK on 23 August 2011.
13084Largest skeleton built with interlocking plastic bricksNathan SawayaNot ApplicableAt 6 m (20 ft) in length and comprising 80,020 pieces, Dinosaur Skeleton by Nathan Sawaya (USA) is an actual-size skeleton of the dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex – the largest complete skeleton made from LEGO bricks.The T-rex featured as the largest item in Sawaya’s touring exhibition, The Art of the Brick, and was built over the summer of 2011 “in honour of the thousands of children who enjoy the art of LEGO building”.Nathan says that it took him a whole summer to build it.New York-based artist Nathan is best known for his colourful and witty creations from LEGO, and is recognized by the manufacturer as a LEGO Master Builder and Certified Professional. His trademark 3D portraits include such cultural icons as Elvis Presley, Superman and Lady Gaga, as well as his own concepts: for example, a skeleton, Mr Bones, captured in the act of draping a blue “skin” (of bricks, naturally) around his bones and a Melting Man of transparent bricks.
13085Longest forward jump on roller skatesJeff DupontUnited States, Springfield12 February 2012The longest forwards jump on roller skates is 6.18 m (20 ft 3.36 in) and was achieved by Jeff "Speed Dealer" Dupont (USA) at the Willamalane Centre for Sports, Springfield, Oregon, on 12 February 2012.This record is for the greatest distance jumped without the use of a ramp, a run up is permitted.
13086Largest board game, LudoADESOYE COLLEGE OFFANigeria, Offa03 July 2012The largest Ludo board game measured 9.65 m (31 ft 7 in) long and 9.65 m (31 ft 7 in) wide. It was created by Adesoye College Offa (Nigeria) and was presented and measured in Offa, Nigeria, on 3 July 2012.
13087Most beer bottles opened with feet in one minuteJulia Gunthel aka ZlataTurkey, Istanbul05 June 2013The most beer bottles opened with feet in one minute using the contortionist elbow stand position is 8 and was achieved by Julia Günthel aka Zlata (Germany) on the set of ‘Rekorlar Dunyasi' in Istanbul, Turkey, on 5 June 2013.
13088Most double-cheek kisses in 30 secondsReynald Nicod , Sophie NicodFrance, Courbevoie,Ile de FranceThe most double-cheek kisses in 30 seconds is 116, achieved by Reynald Nicod and Sophie Nicod (both France), in Courbevoie, Île-de-France, France, on 28 May 2013.
13089Highest score on Flower Warfare (iOS Game)Tristen GerenUnited States07 July 2013The highest score on Flower Warfare (iOS Game) is 150,193 points, achieved by Tristen Geren (USA), in Fredericksburg, Texas, USA on 7 July 2013.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site.
13090Fastest time to break 1,000 roof tiles (male)Chris PitmanUnited Kingdom, Bromley19 August 2013The fastest time to break 1,000 roof tiles is 51.08 seconds and was achieved by Chris Pitman (UK) in Bromley, UK, on 19 August 2013.
13091Strongest block in MinecraftBedrockNot Applicable02 September 2013The strongest block in Minecraft is easily found by mining straight down. Bedrock, also known as Adminium, is unbreakable in normal game mode, preventing players digging too deeply and falling into The Void below.
13092Longest videogame marathon on SingStarJulian Hill24/21/25 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London14 April 2012The longest marathon playing SingStar (London Studio, 2004) was 24 hours 21 minutes 25 seconds by Julian Hill (UK), who sang in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK, from 13–14 April 2012.
13093Fastest speed skating 500 m (female)Lee Sang-HwaUnited States, Salt Lake City16 November 2013The fastest time recorded in the women's 500 metres speed skating event is 36.36 seconds by Lee Sang-Hwa (South Korea) at Salt Lake City in Utah, USA, on 16 November 2013.
13094Longest videogame marathon on Metal GearBenjamin ReevesUnited States, Minneapolis08 August 2011The longest videogame marathon playing Metal Gear (Konami/Kojima, 1987–present) was achieved by Ben Reeves (USA), who played various games from the series for 48 hours in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on 6–8 August 2011.
13095Fastest completion of Max Dirt Bike (Flash game)Christopher Murphy2/2 minute(s), second(s)Australia, 15 December 2013The fastest completion of Max Dirt Bike (flash game) is 2 min 2 sec, and was achieved by Christopher Murphy (Australia), in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on 15 December 2013.
13096Hovercraft - first public scheduled serviceUnknown, Dee estuary20 July 1962The first hovercraft public service was run across the Dee estuary between Rhyl, Denbighshire, Wales and Wallasey, Merseyside, England by the 60 knot (111 km/h 69 mph) 24-passenger Vickers-Armstrong VA-3 between 20 July and September 1962.
13097First autogyroUnknownfirstSpain, 09 January 1923Juan de la Cierva's (Spain) model C.4 aircraft, commercially named an Autogiro, was the first successful gyroplane, or aircraft where lift is provided by rotating wings. It first flew at Getafe, Spain on 9 January 1923, after he had worked on the design for four years.Within days he flew a two-and-one-half-mile closed course and, by 1928, had crossed the English Channel.
13098Largest working airshipZeppelin NTGermanyThe largest airship currently in service is the 75 m (246 ft) long Zeppelin NT, which has an envelope volume of 8,225 m³ (290,463 ft³) and can carry 14 people. It is manufactured by Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik of Germany.See attached PDF for full specifications
13099First solo crossing of the Pacific by balloonSteve FossettfirstSouth Korea, Olympic Stadium,Seoul21 February 1995The journey, which was the first solo Pacific crossing, started from the Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea and ended at Mendham, Saskatchewan, Canada (? below). The crossing took from 17 - 21 February 1995.
13100Fastest 2,000m, Rowing Single sculls - MenMahe Drysdale6/33.35 minute(s), second(s)Poland, Poznan29 August 2009The single sculls record is 6 min 33.35 sec by Mahe Drysdale (New Zealand) at Poznan, Poland, on 29 August 2009.
13101First direct lunar hitLuna 2first, Mare Serenitatis (Sea of Serenity)14 September 1959First direct lunar hitThe first direct hit on the Moon was achieved 2min 24sec after midnight (Moscow time) on 14 Sep 1959, by the Soviet space probe Luna II near Mare Serenitatis.
13102First crossing of the English Channel swimming, triple (male)Jon Eriksonfirst, English Channel12 August 1981The first triple crossing of the English Channel was by Jon Erikson (USA) in 38 hr 27 min on 11-12 August 1981.
13103Longest legislative speechChief Mangosuthu Buthelez29 March 1993The longest speech made was one by Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the Zulu leader, when he gave an address to the KwaZulu legislative assembly between 12 and 29 Mar 1993. He spoke on 11 of the 18 days, averaging nearly 2½ hours on each of the 11 days.
13104Largest navy by armed submarinesUS NavyUnited States01 January 2007The United States Navy has 71 armed submarines: 14 SSBN strategic ballistic missile submarines, nuclear fuelled, and 57 tactical submarines, of which four are SSGN (attack submarines with dedicated non-ballistic missile launchers) and 53 are SSN (attack submarines, nuclear powered).
13105Longest UN speechVK Krishna MenonIndie, Kashmir01 January 1957The longest speech ever given to the UN was delivered in 1957 by the Indian politician VK Krishna Menon, who talked for nearly eight hours while defending India's position on Kashmir.
13106First Homo erectusHomo ErectusThis species (upright man), the direct ancestor of Homo sapiens, was discovered by Eugéne Dubois (Netherlands) (1858-1940) at Trinil, Java in 1891. Javan H. erectus were dated to 1.8 million years in 1994.
13107Oldest KoranMushaf KoranUzbekistan01 January 0655The Holy Koran Mushaf of Othman, owned by the Muslim Board of Uzbekistan, once belonged to Caliph Othman (c.AD 588-656), third successor to the Prophet Mohammed. Only about half of the original 706 pages survive.It is currently in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
13108Oldest mechanically printed bookGutenberg BibleGermany, Mainz01 January 1453It is widely accepted that the earliest mechanically printed full-length book was the Gutenberg Bible, printed in Mainz, Germany c.1455 by Johann Henne zum Gensfleisch zur Laden, called zu Gutenberg (c. 1398-1468).Some scholars argue that it was not Gutenberg but the Chinese who had invented the movable type 6 or 7 centuries before his time.
13109Largest arteryUnknown1.75 - 3 centimetre(s)The aorta is 3 cm (1.18 in) in diameter where it leaves the heart and by the time it ends at the level of the fourth lumbar vertebra, it is about 1.75cm (0.68 in) in diameter.
13110Fastest swim short course 400 metres medley (male)Ryan Lochte3/55.50 minute(s), second(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai16 December 2010The fastest swim short course 400 metres medley (male) was 3 min 55.50 sec by Ryan Lochte (USA) in Dubai, UAE, on 16 December 2010.

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