Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

1291Most accurate human-portable anti-aircraft missileStinger missile79 percentageNot ApplicableThe US-made Stinger missile, introduced in the early 1980s, is 1.5 m (5 ft) long, weighs 9.9 kg (22 lb), and has a range of about 4.8 km (3 miles) and a speed of about 2,000 kph (1,300 mph). Based on figures from Afghanistan it is said to have a 79 % success rate.The Stinger's cryogenically cooled infrared seeker distinguishes between an aircraft's infrared signature and countermeasures such as flares. In the early 1990's, the US Army took delivery of the Stinger POST (Passive Optical Seeker Technology), which is flown to target by a programmable microprocessor. The missile can 'think', and once it is locked on, there is little the pilot of the target aircraft can do other than outfly the missile or eject.
1292Largest botijoMariaSpain, Madrid13 October 2001A botijo (a pottery wine holder) with a capcity of 240 litres (52.7 gal) measuring 1.2 m (3.93 ft)tall and weighing 75 kg (165.3 lb) was built for the National Craft Festival, Spain and was shown on El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 13 October 2001.
1293Youngest person to score a century break in snookerMichael WhiteUnited Kingdom, Neath24 September 2000The youngest person to have scored a witnessed century break in snooker is Michael White (UK), aged 9 years 268 days, when he achieved a break of 105 at the Empire Snooker Club, Neath, UK on 24 March 2001.
1294Largest circle danceBangor6748 participantsUnited Kingdom, BangorThe greatest number of participants in a circle formation dance were 6,748 who performed the Hokey-cokey at Bangor, Co. Down, UK, as part of the VE day celebrations on 6 May 1995
1295Fastest time to solve a 6x6x6 Rubik's CubeKevin Hays1/40.86 minute(s), second(s)Canada, Surrey03 August 2013Kevin Hays (USA) solved a 6x6x6 Rubik's Cube in 1 min 40.86 sec at the Vancouver Open in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, on 3 August 2013.
1296Fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube blindfoldedOliver Frost2/30.47 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, The fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube blindfolded is 2 minutes 30.47 seconds and was achieved by Oliver Frost (United Kingdom) at the Oxford Open 2014 on 17-18 May 2014.
1297Most passes through a metal hoop in one minuteIlker CevikTurkey, Izmir,,Forum Bornova/IzmirThe most passes through a metal hoop in one minute is 10 and was achieved by Ilker Cevik (Turkey) at the GWR Live! Roadshow at Forum Bornova, in Izmir, Turkey, on 25 May 2010.There were 10 passes needed in order to set a record. The hoop which was used by Ilker Cevik had a diameter of 29.5 cm (11.61 in). It was placed on the floor at the beginning of the attempt.
1298Fastest time to solve a Square-1 (Rubik's Cube)Andrea SantambrogioItaly, Legnano02 November 2013The fastest time to solve a Square-1 (Rubik's Cube) is 7.41 seconds by Andrea Santambrogio (Italy) at the Legnano Open 2013 held in Legnano, Italy, on 2 November 2013.
1299Fastest average time to solve a Square-1 (Rubik's Cube)Bingliang LiChina, Guiyang05 August 2012The fastest average time to solve a Square-1 (Rubik's Cube) is 11.31 seconds and was set by Bingliang Li (China) at the Guiyang Open 2012 held in Guiyang, Guizhou Province, China, on 5 August 2012.
1300Fastest time to solve a Rubik's Clock (Rubik's Cube)Sam Zhixiao WangChina, Shanghai24 December 2011The fastest time to solve a Rubik's Clock (Rubik's Cube) is 5.27 seconds and was set by Sam Zhixiao Wang (China) at Shanghai Snowball Winter 2011 held in Shanghai, China, on 24 December 2011.
1301Fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Clock (Rubik's Cube)Evan LiuUnited Kingdom24 February 2014The fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Clock is 6.68 sec and was achieved by Evan Liu (USA) at the Nottingham Open 2014, in Nottingham, United Kingdom, on 23-24 February 2014. Evan beat his previous time of 6.79 seconds. His times were: 7.11, 5.78, 6.73, DNF and 6.20, with the highest and lowest times not counting towards the final average, as per World Cube Association rules and regulations.
1302Fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Cube one-handedAntoine CantinCanada, Toronto26 April 2014The fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Cube one-handed is 12.56 seconds and was achieved by Antoine Cantin (Canada) at the Toronto Open Spring 2014, in Toronto, Canada, on 26 April 2014.Antoine's times were : 14.04, 12.72, 14.01, 10.63 and 10.96, with the lowest and highest times not counted towards the average, as per World Cube Association rules and regulations.
1303Fastest time to solve a Pyraminx (Rubik's Cube)Oscar Roth AndersenDenmark, København31 March 2013The fastest time to solve a Pyraminx (Rubik's Cube) is 1.36 seconds and was set by Oscar Roth Andersen (Denmark) at the Danish Special 2013 held in København, Denmark, on 30–31 March 2013.
1304Fastest average time to solve a Pyraminx (Rubik's Cube)Oscar Roth AndersenDenmark, København31 March 2013The fastest average time to solve a Pyraminx (Rubik's Cube) is 2.96 seconds by Oscar Roth Andersen (Denmark) at the Danish Special 2013 on 30–31 March in København, Denmark.
1305Largest vocabulary for a bird - livingOskarGermany, Bad Oeynhausen08 September 2010The bird with the largest vocabulary is a budgerigar, Oskar, owned by Gabriela Danisch of Bad Oeynhausen, Germany, who knows and can say 148 words as ascertained on 8 Sep 2010.
1306Most Man vs Horse Marathon wins by a man
1307Youngest goalkeeper to appear in a Champions League final
1308Most Champions League appearances by a goalkeeper
1309Fastest speed outright in a Formula One Grand PrixJuan Pablo Montoya372.6 kilometre(s) per hourItaly, 04 September 2005The fastest outright speed recorded in a Grand Prix race is 372.6 km/h (231.5 mph) by Juan Pablo Montoya (Colombia) in a McLaren-Mercedes at Monza in the Italian Grand Prix on 4 September 2005. Montoya started the race in pole position, and led from start to finish to win.
1310Longest Formula One circuitPescara CircuitItaly01 January 1957The longest circuit by lap distance to host a Formula One World Championship race was the Pescara Circuit, which hosted a race in 1957, when the road course measured 16 miles (25.8 km). Sections of the circuit ran along a cliff edge, and other sections were hilly, leading many experts to contend that Pescara was the most dangerous F1 track of all time.
1311Most wins by a team in the Six Nations ChampionshipsFrance47 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2012The most wins by a team in the Six Nations Championships is 47, held jointly by England and France, between 2000 and 2013. France have recorded 21 losses and two draws while England a single draw to their name and 22 losses out of 70 matches.
1312Fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's CubeSebastian WeyerGermany20 April 2014The fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube is 24.33 sec and was set by Sebastian Weyer (Germany) at the Velbert Easter Open 2014, held in Velbert, Germany, on 19-20 April 2014.
1313Youngest man to win a tennis career Grand SlamRafael NadalUnited States, New York14 September 2010The youngest man to win a tennis career Grand Slam in the open era is Rafael Nadal (Spain), who won the French Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon Championships and U.S. Open by age 24 years 101 days. He complete the feat with a U.S. Open victory in New York, New York, USA, on 14 September 2010.
1314Largest parade of floatsPrefeitura de TeresinaBrazil, Teresina11 February 2012The largest parade of floats consisted of 343 floats at the "Corso do Zé Pereira" in Teresina, Brazil, on 11 February 2012.Held since 1940, the annual parade is a "pre-Carnaval" party offered free of charge by the city of Teresina. The 2012 edition featured an estimated 40,000 in attendance to take part in and witness the record-breaking parade, which lasted for more than 6.5 hours. The parade route ran for 7.3 km (4.54 mi) with float themes including disco, Disney World, and John Lennon.
1315Longest school run by zipwireDaisy MoraColombia01 January 2010The longest distance commute to school on a zipwire is 0.5 mi (800 m), achieved by nine year-old Daisy Mora (Colombia), who rides from her home on a line over a gorge 1,300 ft (400 m) to the nearest village where she attends lessons.
1316Fastest time to shoot 10 flying targets from a moving motorcycleUnknownUnknown
1317Longest play in postseason history (NFL)Eric Weems102 yard(s)United States, 01 January 2011Eric Weems (USA) recorded the longest scoring play in NFL playoff history when he ran a kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter of a divisional playoff game for the Atlanta Falcons against the Green Bay Packers (both USA) in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on 15 January 2011.
1318Worst road losing streak, NFL teamDetroit LionsUnited States19 December 2010The Detroit Lions (USA) set a National Football League (NFL) mark for futility in games played as the visiting team, losing a league-record 26 consecutive road games between November 2007 and December 2010. The Lions broke their own ignominious franchise record the team had lost 25 road games in a row between 2001 and 2003.
1319Fastest-selling & biggest selling digital album in the UKKings of Leon49156 unit(s) soldUnited Kingdom, 07 January 2011Kings of Leon´s (USA) album Come Around Sundown sold 49,156 digital copies (from a total 183,298) in the week ending 30 October 2010. The group´s Only By The Night was the first album to sell over a quarter of a million downloads in the UK, with 290,000 sales registered to 7 January 2011.
1320Female artist with the most US no.1 singles in a yearRihannafirstUnited States, 01 January 2010In 2010, Barbados-born singer Rihanna (b. Robyn Rihanna Fenty) became the only female artist to have four US Hot 100 No.1 singles in a calendar year: “Rude Boy”, “Love The Way You Lie” (featuring Eminem), “What’s My Name?”(featuring Drake) and “Only Girl (In The World )”.

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