Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13351Largest gallon mosaic
13352Largest display of crocheted Christmas decorations
13353Largest high-intensity interval training class (multiple venues)
13354Most three digit flash numbers memorisedBoris KonradChina, Xiamen07 September 2014The most three digit flash numbers memorised is 15 and was achieved by Boris Konrad (Germany) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special in Xiamen, Fujian, China on 7 September 2014.
13355Fastest lap of D.K.'s Jungle Parkway in Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo, 1996)
13356First magnifying glassUnknownfirstUnited Kingdom, Oxford30 April 2003The magnifying glass was invented by the Franciscan friar and scholar Roger Bacon (UK) (c. 1214-1292) in Oxford, UK. The first mention of its use was in 1268.He adapted its use as primitive spectacles, allowing scholars with failing eyesight to continue their work.
13357Most blocks in an NBA careerHakeem OlajuwonUnited States01 January 2002The most blocks in an NBA career is 3,830, in 1,238 games by Hakeem Olajuwon (USA) playing for the Houston Rockets from 1984-2001 and the Toronto Raptors 2001-02.
13358Most assists in an NHL careerWayne GretzkyUnited States01 January 1999The most assists in an NHL career is 1,963 by Wayne Gretzky (Canada), for the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St Louis Blues and New York Rangers between 1979 and 1999.
13359Most NHL play-off penalty minutesDale HunterUnited States01 January 1999The most penalty minutes amassed in NHL play-off games is 729 by Dale Hunter (Canada) playing for the Quebec Nordiques, Washington Capitals and Colorado Avalanche, 1980-99.
13360Freediving – constant weight (women)Natalia MolchanovaBahamas, The23 September 2011The deepest freediving constant weight (women) was 101 m (331 ft 4 in) by Natalia Molchanova (Russia) in The Bahamas on 23 September 2011.
13361Most generations to celebrate a diamond wedding anniversary (60th)Gordon SuggUnited Kingdom28 February 1200The record for most generations of the same family to celebrate a diamond wedding anniversary (60th) is four by the descendants of William and Rose Hill (UK). In all there have been six diamond wedding celebrations within their family.Generation #1: William Hill (1829-1924) married Rose Anne Boot (1833-1916) on 28 November 1853 at the Swanwick Baptist Chapel, Derbyshire, UK, and celebrated their diamond anniversary in 1913. Generation #2: i. Thomas Hill (1867-1953), son of the above, married Agnes Wilson (1868-1947) on 25 April 1886 at St.Mary's Church, Sutton-in-Ashfield, UK and celebrated their diamond anniversary in 1946. ii. George Whittaker (1891 - 1981), grandson of William and Rose Hill and son of Paulina Ann Hill (b. 3 May 1860) and George Whittaker (b. 1861) (m. 14 April 1880), married Ethel Keaton (d.1985) on 20 December 1919 at St Andrew's Church, Sharrow, South Yorkshire, UK, and celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 1979.Generation #3: Thomas and Agnes Hill had eight children, two of which celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.i. Cyril Bernard Hill (1897-1989) married Nellie Hall (1903-1993) on 31 July 1929 at the All Saints Church, Huthwaite, Nottinghamshire, UK, and celebrated their diamond anniversary in 1989.ii.Agnes Marjorie (1910-) married Francis Alfred Brooks (1910-1995) on 3 November 1934 at the All Saints Church, Huthwaite, Nottinghamshire, UK, and celebrated their diamond anniversary in 1994.Generation #4:i. Gwendoline Mary (b. 18 August 1920), granddaughter of Thomas and Agnes Hill, married Gordon Sugg (b.12 October 1919) on 28 February 1942 at St.Mary's Church, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, UK, and celebrated their diamond anniversary in 2002.
13362Freediving - Constant weight without fins (men)William TrubridgeBahamas, The16 December 2010The deepest freediving constant weight without fins (male) was 101 m (331 ft 4 in) by William Trubridge (New Zealand) in The Bahamas on 16 December 2010.
13363Longest onion cakeHans-Dieter SlobodkinGermany, Mühlacker06 September 2008The longest onion cake measured 27 m (88 ft 6 in) and was made by Hans-Dieter Slobodkin and members of the Dürrmenz-Bäcker bakery (Germany) in Mühlacker, Germany, on 6 September 2008.The onion cake was in one piece and it took them 11 hours 45 minutes to bake the entire cake. The ingredients include the following: 34 kg (75 lb)flour, 19.5 kg (43 lb) butter, 1 kg (2.2 lb) malz, 3.2 kg (7.05 lb) salt, 0.7kg (.15lb) yeast, 17 kg (37.4 lb) water, 165 kg (364 lb) onions, 49.5 kg (109 lb) mashed potatos, 35 kg (77 lb) cream, 18 kg (40 lb) curd and 33 kg (73 lb) eggs.
13364Largest trumpet ensembleNAPOLEON GOMEZ SILVA1166 participantsBolivia, Oruro19 February 2006The largest trumpet ensemble involved 1,166 participants at a concert organised by Napoleón Gómez Silva in Oruro, Bolivia, on 19 February 2006.The trumpet ensemble was part of a much larger concert involving around 5,000 different instruments.
13365Largest seafood stickPacific Fish Processing Co. LtdThailand, Songkhla Province23 March 2005The largest seafood stick weighed 50.05 kg (110.34 lb) and was made by the Pacific Fish Processing Co. Ltd (Thailand) at their factory in Songkhla Province, Thailand on 23 March 2005The seafood stick measured 1.2 m (3.93 ft) in length and 22.5 cm (8.8 in) in diameter.
13366Tallest cotton plantDM WilliamsUnited States, Longboat Key15 July 2011The tallest cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum) measured 9.75 m (32.0 ft) as ascertained at Casa del Mar, Florida, USA, on 15 July 2011. It was grown by DM Williams (USA).
13367First artist-created internet service providerDavid BowiefirstUnited States, 01 September 1998The first musician-created internet service provider is BowieNet (USA, launched by David Bowie (UK) and Ultrastar Internet Services on 1 September 1998.BowieNet began as a high-speed Internet service across North America and then the world, offering each user a fully customisable home page, a email address, news groups, chat rooms, online shareware, and multi-player gaming. In addition for music fans there are previously unreleased audio tracks, videos and photos available. The service also gives each user 5 MB of space with encouragement to create their own web pages.
13368First download only hit singleFleetwood MacfirstUnited States, 01 March 2003The first single to enter US Hot 100 chart on download singles sales alone was 'Peacekeeper' by Fleetwood Mac (UK/USA) in March 2003.
13369Oldest private postal serviceLundy IslandUnited Kingdom, Lundy Island01 November 1929Lundy Island, situated off the north Devon coast, UK, had its own postal service launched on 1 November 1929 by Martin Coles Harman (UK), then-owner of the island.The private postal service came about after the General Post Office left the island in 1927 after 50 years. For the next two years Harman ferried the post to mainland Britian, launching the puffin post to cut his costs (Lundy is the Old Norse word for puffin). The stamps all feature a puffin or puffins and come in various denominations.
13370Largest jawbreakerNick CalderaroCanada, ScarboroughThe largest jawbreaker weighed 12.6 kg (27.8 lb) and was made by Nick Calderaro, an employee of Oak Leaf Confections Co. at their headquarters in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada on 29 May 2003.The jawbreaker measured 94.6 cm (37.25 in) in circumference and took 476 hours to make between 7 January and 29 May 2003.
13371Most Skiing medals X Games (winter)Tanner HallUnited States, Aspen/Snowmass01 January 2007The most Winter X Games medals won in skiing disciplines is 11 by Tanner Hall (USA), as of March 2010.
13372First winner of the Daytona 500Lee Petty218 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, 01 January 1959The first Daytona 500 was won by Lee Petty (USA) in an Oldsmobile at an average sped of 218 km/h (135.52 mph), in 1959.
13373Most anvil lifts in 90 secondsAlain BidartFrance, Soulac17 August 2005The most lifts of an anvil in 90 sec is 88 and was set by Alain Bidart (France) on the set of L'Eté De Tous Les Records, Soulac, France on 17 August 2005.The anvil must weigh at least 18kg (39 lb 9 oz).
13374Largest gathering of DaleksNational Space Centre95 participantsUnited Kingdom, Leicester29 November 2008The largest gathering of Daleks was achieved by 95 participants at the National Space Centre, Leicester, UK, on 29 November 2008.
13375Fastest walk 50,000 metres (male)Yohann Diniz3/35/27.2 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)France, Reims12 March 2011The fastest walk 50,000 metres (male) was 3 hr 35 min 27.2 sec by Yohann Diniz (France) in Reims, France, on 12 March 2011.
13376Fastest coxless fours rowing (men's class)Great Britain5/37.86 minute(s), second(s)Switzerland, LucerneThe fastest men’s coxless fours row is 5:37.86 by Great Britain (Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory) at Lucerne, Switzerland on 25 May 2012.
13377Most facings on a gatefold vinyl LPHiroko YoshidaJapan03 July 1973The most facings on a gatefold vinyl LP is 22 for the packaging that accompanied the album titled Lotus by Santana on the CBS Sony label to commemorate Santana’s Tour of Japan in 1973.The recording is that of the concert held on 3 July 1973 at the Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan and the 22 printed Illustrated facings are all by Mr Tadanori Yokoo. It cost £ 30,000 for making this cover in 1976.
13378Oldest Kuchipudi dancerAnuradha Subramanian59 peopleUnited States, Sugar Land, Texas02 September 2006The record for the oldest Kuchipudi dancer is 59 and was achieved by Anuradha Subramanian (USA) at the Stafford Civic Centre in Houston, Texas, United States, on 2 September 2006.Anuradha Subramanian performed 7 dances, one of which lasted approximately 15-20 minutes. The Ganapathi Kavuthvam, Krishna Sabdam, Varnam, Devi Neeya Thunai, Brindavana Nilabye, Javali Vagalaadi, Bo Shambo Siva Shambo.Kuchipudi is a classical dance form from Andhra Pradesh, a state of South India. Kuchipudi is the name of a small village in the Divi Taluq of Krishna district that borders the Bay of Bengal and with resident Brahmins practicing this traditional dance form, it acquired the present name.
13379Most backward somersaults on skis in 10 minutesChristian RijavecAustria, Pitzal Tyrol08 April 2006The most somersaults on skis in ten minutes is 29 by Christian Rijavec (Austria) in Pitzal Tyrol, Austria on 8 April 2006For this record, the somersaults can be either forward (head first) or backwards (feet first) - Christain did the same amount with both (without our consent for separate categories) so it was decided that either way was fine.
13380First television programme about sudokuSudoku LivefirstUnited Kingdom, 01 July 2005The first live Sudoku television programme about the Japanese number puzzle was Sudoku Live (Sky One, UK), it was presented by Carol Vorderman (UK) and broadcast on 1 July 2005

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