Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13411Largest shaving brushWang Jun26.5 centimetre(s)China, Shenyang20 July 2007The largest shaving brush measured 26.5 cm (10.4 in) in height and was manufactured by Shenyang Delong Fur and Leather Products Co., Ltd in Shenyang, China, on 20 July 2007.The shaving brush weighs 0.88 kg (1.9 lb).
13412Heaviest deadliftAndy BoltonUnited States, Lake George, New York04 November 2006The heaviest deadlift was 455 kg (1,003 lb) achieved by Andy Bolton (UK) at the WPO Semi-Finals in Lake George, New York, USA, on 4 November 2006.WPO – World Powerlifting Organization
13413Largest hotpotGarstang & District PartnershipUnited Kingdom, Garstang10 October 2007The largest hotpot ever made weighed 208.904 kg (460 lb 8 oz) by Garstang and District Partnership (UK) in Garstang, Lancashire, UK, on 10th October 2007.It was prepared by Army chefs Nik Smith and Mick Watson, Andrew Winder from Lancaster and Morecambe College, local cook Avis Jones and a team of volunteers.
13414Most people wearing red noses (multiple locations)CliniClowns89116 peopleNetherlands, Unknown09 November 2007The most people wearing red noses in multiple locations is 89,116 in an event organised by CliniClowns Nederland, Netherlands, on 9 November 2007.
13415Most sacrifice bunts in a baseball careerMasahiro KawaiJapan, Yomiuri01 September 2003The most sacrifice bunts made in professional baseball is 514 by Masahiro Kawai (Japan) during a career spanning 20 years, playing for the Yomiuri Giants in Japan between 1984 and 2003.Kawai scored his 512th sacrifice bunt surpassing Eddie Collins' US Major League Baseball record of 511, during the Central League Championship Season game against Yokohama BayStars at Tokyo Dome on 20 August 2003. Kawai went on to score two more before retiring on 14 September 2003.A sacrifice bunt involves hitting the ball softly and short. This is usually done to advance base runners. The batter squares his body to the pitcher and lays the bat out horizontally. Upon contact with the pitch, the batter absorbs the energy of the ball, resulting in the ball falling to the ground with little or no momentum. This is done for the sole purpose of moving a base runner to the next base, with the batter fully expecting to be out.
13416Smallest microchain driveSandia National LaboratoriesUnited StatesThe smallest microchain drive has chain links with centres only 50 micrometres apart. It is constructed of silicon and designed to transmit power in microelectromechanical devices. It was created by Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, and announced in January 2002.
13417Tallest zinniaEverett Wallace Jr.United States, Riegelwood23 October 2008The tallest zinnia named "My Lucky Lady" measured 3.86 m (12 ft 8 in) on 23 October 2008 and was grown by Everett W. Wallace, Jr. and Melody Wagner (both USA) in Riegelwood, North Carolina, USA.The zinnia was names My Lucky Zinnia.
13418Heaviest red cabbageR StrawUnited Kingdom, Staveley01 January 1925The heaviest red cabbage weighed 19.05 kg (42 lb) and was grown by R. Straw of Staveley, Derbyshire, UK in 1925.
13419Largest taishogoto ensembleKindenryu Taisho-kotoJapan, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Pref.13 April 2008The largest taishogoto ensemble consisted of 2,864 performers at an event organised by Kindenryu Taisho-koto (Japan) in Shizuoka, Japan, on 13 April 2008.
13420Longest ladderThomas HöllererAustria, Handwerks Museu,St. Leonhard01 April 2005The longest ladder is made of wood and measures 41.16 m (135 ft) long. It was made by the Handwerks Museum, St. Leonhard, Austria and completed in April 2005.The ladder has 120 rungs.
13421Largest charangoTown Hall of Belisario BoetoBolivia, Villa Serrano15 January 2004The largest charango (South American guitar) ever made measures 6.13 m (20 ft 1 in) long, and 1.13 m (3 ft 7 in) across and was commissioned by the Town Hall of Belisario Boeto, Villa Serrano, Chuquisaca, Bolivia, and presented on 15 January 2004.The charango was presented as a homage to the Master of Charango, Mauro Nunez Caceres (Bolivia) on the occasion of his 101st birthday.
13422Widest riverThe Amazon BasinNot Applicable, South America18 March 2005While not in flood, the main stretches (i.e. not its tidal reaches where an estuary/delta can be much wider) of the Amazon river in South America can reach widths of up to 11 km (7 miles) at its widest points.
13423Farthest distance - Conan's Wheel (Basque)Pascoau PhilippeFranceThe farthest distance travelled while bearing the 357 kg weight of Conan's Wheel is 78 m and was achieved by Pascoau Philippe (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records in Argeles-Gazost, France on 6 July 2005.Marco Frigatti in attendance. Exact specs of equipment used detailed fully on attached TV claim form.
13424Fastest women's softball pitchZara Mee111 kilometre(s) per hourAustralia, SydneyThe fastest softball pitch is 111 km/h (68.9 mph) achieved by Zara Mee (Australia) on the set of Guinness World Records, at Seven Network Studios, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on 8 May 2005.
13425Oldest person ''loop the loop'' on top of an aircraftThomas LackeyUnited Kingdom, Cirencester29 September 2005The record for the oldest person to perform the loop the loop on top of an aircraft is 85 years and was achieved by Tom Lackey (UK) above Rendcomb Aerodrome, Gloucestershire, UK on 29 September 2005.
13426Largest copper pipe fittingRJW EngineeringUnited Kingdom, west midlands28 March 2006The largest copper pipe fitting measures 40 cm (15.7 in) high and 17 cm (6.6 in) wide. The fitting was made by RJW engineering in Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK and completed on 28 March 2006.The fitting is based on pipe cowl from Flowflex.
13427Most Moto GP ChampionshipsValentino Rossi6 timesNot Applicable, Various01 January 2009The most wins of the Moto Grand Prix championships is six and was achieved by Valentino Rossi (Italy) in 2002-2005 and 2008 - 2009. Racing for the FIAT Yamaha Team Valentino Rossi acquired 306 points winning six of the 17 races he took part in, he also managed 13 podiums. The Moto GP was insituted in 2002 replacing the World Motorcycling Championship 500cc Grand Prix. Rossi has also won one world title in the 500cc Grand Prix category, one world title in 250 cc and one in 125 cc giving him a total of 9 different world championships.
13428Fastest relay 4 x 800 metres (female) (indoors)Anna Balakshina, Aleksandra Bulanova, Ekaterina Martynova, Elena Kofanova8/6.24 minute(s), second(s)Russia, Moscow18 February 2011The fastest 4 x 800 m relay (female) (indoors) was 8 min 6.24 sec by Team Moscva: Aleksandra Bulanova, Ekaterina Martynova, Elena Kofanova, and Anna Balakshina (all Russia) in Moscow, Russia, on 18 February 2011.
13429Largest mortarboardHQ Link Pte Ltd and Bahrain Convention & Exhibition BureauBahrain, Manama18 April 2006The largest mortarboard measures 6 m x 6 m (19 ft 8 in x 19 ft 8 in) was set by HQ Link and the Bahrain Convention & Exhibition Bureau and displayed at the Career, Education and Training Middle East 2006 exhibition in Manama, Bahrain on 18 April 2006.6m x 6m are the dimensions of the top of the cap.
13430Largest board game, Fox and HenPeter ZettelAustria, Wildalpen, Styria09 July 2006The largest game of Fox and Hen measured 6 m x 6 m (19 ft 8 in x 19ft 8 in) and was made by Peter Zettel (Austria). The game was measured in Wildalpen, Austria, on 9 July 2006.
13431First websiteTim Berners-LeefirstNot Applicable, 06 August 1991The first website ever built was: and launched online on 6 August 1991. It was created by Tim Berners-Lee (UK) to explain exactly what the World Wide Web was and how to surf it.
13432Largest ensemble of slide flutesKathleen FainelliUnited States, Penndel23 December 2006The largest slide flute ensemble consisted of 196 participants at an event organised by Kathleen Fainelli (USA) at the Our Lady of Grace School, Penndel, Pennsylvania, USA, on 23 December 2006.
13433Fastest road relay (female)China, Jiang Bo, Dong Yanmei, Zhao Fengting, Ma Zaijie, Lan Lixin, Li Na2/11/41 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing28 February 19982:11:41People's Republic of China (Jiang Bo, Dong Yanmei, Zhao Fengting, Ma Zaijie, Lan Lixin, Li Na)Beijing, China28 February 1998
13434Largest trolley caseShanghai Newest Luggage Co.,LtdChina, Shanghai01 September 2006The largest trolley case measures 175cm (5 ft 9 in) x 115 cm (3 ft 9.3 in) x 46 cm (1 ft 6.1 in) and was made by Shanghai Newest Luggage Co. Ltd in Shanghai, China during September 2006.
13435Heaviest weightlifting 69 kg clean & jerk (male)Liao Hui198 kilogram(s)Poland, Wroclaw23 October 2013The heaviest weight lifted in the 69 kg clean & jerk category was 198 kg by Liao Hui (China) in Antalya, Turkey, on 21 September 2010. He equalled the feat in Wroclaw, Poland, on 23 October 2013. Liao Hui holds all three records in this weight category.
13436Largest focaccia breadPietro Catucci and Antonio LatteItaly, Piazza Mercato,Mottola,Taranto06 August 2005The largest focaccia bread weighed 2,800 kg (6, 172 lb) and was made by Catucci Pietro and Latte Antonio (both Italy) in the Piazza Mercato, Mottola, Taranto, Italy on 6 August 2005.
13437Largest DNA databaseNational DNA Index SystemUnited States01 April 2010The largest DNA database is the The National DNA Index System (NDIS), created by the FBI (USA) in 1994 and which, as of April 2010, contained 8,201,707 offender profiles and 315,789 forensic profiles.National DNA Index System (NDIS) is a system of DNA profile records input by criminal justice agencies (including state and local law enforcement agencies) and stores profiles of people convicted of serious violent crimes, such as rape and murder, but the system has been expanded repeatedly, first to include all convicted felons, then misdemeanants and state arrestees.USA - FBI website http: // UK - National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA):
13438Oldest record to reach No.1 on US Singles chartElvis PresleyUnited States01 July 2004In July 2004 the best selling single in the US was 'That's Alright' by Elvis Presley (USA). The track, which also made the UK Top 3, was recorded and released (without success) 50 years earlier in 1954.
13439Widest loomJohannes CichonGermany, Jürgens GmbH & Co Factory.The widest weaving loom measures 33.15 m (108.75 ft) wide and was made by Jürgens GmbH & Co. of Emsdetten, Germany and completed in May 2005.
13440First winter sport in the OlympicsSummer OlympicsfirstNot ApplicableFigure skating was the first winter sport to be included in the Olympics, appearing in the programme of the Summer Olympics in 1908 and 1920.

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