Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13501Fastest 100 m backwards downhill skiAndy BennettUnited Kingdom, ,,Sno!zone27 April 2009The fastest 100 m backwards downhill ski was 9.48 sec achieved by Andy Bennett (UK) on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed, at the SNO!zone indoor snow slope in Milton Keynes, UK, on 27 April 2009.4 slalom gates were set up on the course for the competitors to navigate through. SNO!zone operate 3 separate indoor real snow venues across Britain, in Milton Keynes, Castleford near Leeds and Braehead, just outside of Glasgow.
13502Most consecutive rugby league Super League titlesLeeds RhinosUnited Kingdom, Various10 October 2009The most consecutive rugby league Super League titles is three and was achieved by Leeds Rhinos (United Kingdom) between 2007 to 2009. The Rhinos defeated St Helens in all three finals.
13503Fastest speed-run on Level 1 of Sonic 2 (Xbox Live Arcade)Justin TowellUnited Kingdom30 October 2009The fastest completion of Emerald Hill, Zone 1 on Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on Xbox Live Arcade is 21 sec, achieved by Justin Towell (UK), at the Golden Joystick Awards in London, UK on 30 October 2009.The previous record of 22 seconds, held by James Richards, was beaten by Justin at the end of the day, after news of James' time had already been announced.
13504Largest paint brush mosaicSaimir Strati26 square metre(s)Albania, 12 November 2009The largest paint brush mosaic measures 26 m² and was achieved by mosaic artist Saimir Strati (Albania) in celebration of Guinness World Records Day 2009. The mosaic was unveiled in Tirana, Albania, on 13 November 2009.The mosaic depicts Michael Jackson and was done in 28 days while touring all major cities in Albania. This is the artist’s fourth Guinness World Records achievement. The mosaic is 10 m in length and 2.6 m in height.
13505Most Summer Olympic Games attendedHarry NelsonUnited Kingdom, London06 August 2012The most Summer Olympic Games attended is 18, by Harry Nelson (USA), 90, of Torrance, California, USA, between 1932 and 2012.
13506Most consistent games publisherRockstar GamesAccording to research carried out by, Rockstar Games is the videogame publisher with the most consistent record of game reviews, with 16 of its 23 games receiving average reviews of between 80 and 100%.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
13507Most played coin-operated videogame franchiseGolden Tee Golf (Incredible Technologies, 1989 to present)1000000000 peopleThe arcade golf series Golden Tee Golf has been played by an estimated 1 billion people on more than 100,000 units in bars and pubs across more than 12 countries.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
13508Largest parade of BSA motorcyclesSteven SouthgateIsle of Man, Douglas18 August 2008The record for the largest parade of BSA motorcycles is 218 and was achieved by the BSA Owners Club UK in Laxey Village, Isle of Man, UK, on 18 August 2008. The record was achieved during the 50th BSA Owners Rally.
13509Fastest unsupported ascent-descent of KilimanjaroSimon MtuyTanzania, Moshi, Kilimanjaro22 February 2006The fastest solo unsupported ascent-descent of Mount Kilimanjaro was completed in a time of 9:21.47, by Simon Mtuy (Tanzania) on 22 Feb 2006.Mtuy started at the Umbwe entrance gate to Kilimanjaro National Park at 1,661 meters, ran up the Umbwe Route to Uhuru Peak at 5,895 meters and descended via the Mweka Route to the Mweka Gate.
13510Most professional boxing bouts (female)Stephanie DobbsNot Applicable05 June 2010The most professional boxing bouts fought is 62 and was achieved by Stephanie M. Dobbs (USA), between her first bout on 2 March 2002 and 5 June 2010.
13511Largest gigantoraptor fossilUnknownChina, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Beijing13 June 2007The largest gigantoraptor fossil was 8 m (26 ft) long and 5 m (16 ft) tall. It was unearthed in Erlianhaote, China and unveiled by The Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology in Beijing, China, on 13 June 2007. The height is comparable to the meat-eating tyrannosaurs. But the dinosaur, called Gigantoraptor erlianensis, also had a beak and slender legs and likely had feathers.
13512First published science-fiction text adventureThe Prisonerfirst, 01 January 1979The Prisoner for the Apple II, released in 1979 by Edu-ware and based on the British television series of the same name, became the first published science fiction text-adventure.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
13513First RPG released for Xbox Live ArcadePenny Arcade: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darknessfirst, The first episode of Penny Arcade: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness went on sale on 21 May 2008. It was the first role-playing game to be released on the system in its history.Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2009.
13514First professional art gallery in Second LifeCorbis image library01 August 2007The earliest professional art gallery in Second life was opened in August 2007. Image library Corbis, owned by Microsoft founder Bill Gates, announced that it was to open an art gallery sourced from its collection of more than 100 million images.
13515First Dark Sky ParkNatural Bridges National Monumentfirst, 01 January 2008The International Dark Sky Association has named Utah's Natural Bridges National Monument as the first Dark Sky Park - that is, an area in which the night sky can be viewed clearly, without any "light pollution".Up to two-thirds of humanity lives under light pollution according to the Light Pollution Science and Technology Institute. Simple steps such as covering the tops of street lights can help remedy the problem.
13516First commercially availaible bionic handi-limb handfirstUK, 05 November 2008The i-limb hand, created by Touch Bionics (UK), became the first commercially available bionic hand in 2008. The prosthetic hand took 14 years to develop. As of November 2008, more than 400 patients worldwide have been given one.The hand's five fingers are each powered by their own motor. It also has a credit-card grip for narrow objects and a power holds for larger objects such as mugs.
13517Longest motorcycle front flipJim DeChampUnited States, Salt Lake City,Utah17 November 2008The longest motorcycle frontflip measured 14.52 m (47 ft 8 in) and was completed by Jim DeChamp (USA) at Godfrey Trucking/Rocky Mountain Raceway in Salt Lake City, Utah on 17 November 2008 for the MTV show ‘Nitro Circus’.This is the first time anyone has successfully front flipped a motorcycle.The GWR episode will air January 2009.
13518Fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon (female)Natalie Bent2/45/40 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Llanwrtyd Wells11 July 2010The fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon is 2 hr 45 min 40 sec and was achieved by Natalie Bent (UK), at the 2010 World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon, Llanwrtyd Wells, United Kingdom, on 11 July 2010.Natalie''s brother Daniel holds the male bog snorkelling triathlon record
13519Highest motorcross bunny hopTravis Pastrana30.48 centimetre(s)United States, Salt Lake City,Utah17 November 2008The highest full size motorcross bike bunny hop is 30.48 cm (12 in) and was achieved by Travis Pastrana (USA) at Godfrey Trucking/Rocky Mountain Raceway in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on 17 November 2008 for the MTV show 'Nitro Circus'.The GWR episode will air January 2009.
13520Fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon (male)Daniel Bent2/23/24 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Llantrwyd Wells11 July 2010The fastest time to complete the World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon is 2 hr 23 min 24 sec and was achieved by Daniel Bent (UK), at the 2010 World Bog Snorkelling Triathlon, Llanwrtyd Wells, United Kingdom, on 11 July 2010.Daniel beat his own record by 22 seconds and his sister holds the female triathlon record.
13521Most characters in an animation seriesAnpanmanJapan, Tokyo23 June 2009The most characters in an animation series are found in Soreike! Anpanman, written by Takashi Yanase (Japan), which features 1,768 different characters, as of June 2009.Yanase has been writing Anpanman since 1968. The television series called Soreike! Anpanman has been on the air in Japan since 1988. It is one of the most popular anime cartoon series for young children in Japan.
13522Most consecutive wins of a FINA diving world championship titleJingjing Guo5 timesChina, 01 January 2007The most consecutive wins at the FINA diving world championships is five and was achieved by Jingjing Guo (China) in both the individual and synchronized 3m platform in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2007.
13523Largest star taaffeiteMiho OzawaJapan01 June 2011The largest star taaffeite weighs 5.36 carats (1.072 grams 0.037 oz) and measures 11.46 x 8.65 x 7.02 mm (0.45 x 0.34 x 0.27 in). It is owned by Miho Ozawa (Japan).Taaffeite is a pink/purple rare gem mineral and the star taaffeite variety is know as one of the rarest gemstones.
13524Most Tony Awards won for Best Actress in a musicalAngela Lansbury4 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 1979Angela Lansbury (UK) has won four Tony Awards (out of four nominations) in the category of Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for: Mame (1969), Dear World (1969), Gypsy (1975) and Sweeney Todd (1979).Lansbury continues to perform, most recently receiving a nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play for 2009's Blithe Spirit.
13525First tandem row across the Indian OceanGuy Watts, Andrew DelaneyfirstNot Applicable, 30 July 2009The first tandem row across the Indian Ocean was carried out by Guy Watts and Andrew Delaney (both UK) aboard the Flying Ferkins, between 19 April and 30 July 2009. Guy and Andrew also hold the record for the fastest tandem row across the Indian Ocean.
13526Most wins of the Mashed Potato Wrestling championshipsSteve O'Gratin4 timesUnited States, Various01 January 2008The most wins of the Mashed Potato Wrestling championships is four and was achieved by Steve O'Gratin (United States) at Barnesville, Minnesota and Clark, South Dakota, United States, from 2006-2008. Steve Barone a.k.a Steve O'Gratin is the founder of the Mashed Potato Wrestling Federation which sanctions the events in Barnesville (which Steve has won three times) and Clark (which he has won once).All potatoes used by the MPWC are (inedible) floor sweepings from a factory or outdated flakes that are no longer saleable. There’s no waste, as any leftover mash is fed to local cattle.Q&AWith four victories under his belt, Steve O’Gratin (aka Steve Barone, USA) holds the record for most wins of the Mashed Potato Wrestling Championships (MPWC)&hellipHow did the MPWC come about?I’m not sure. When life gives you mashed potatoes, just wrestle in it, I guess! Barnesville [Minnesota] started doing it during their Potato Days Festival in 1999.Talk us through a few of the rules&hellipIt’s a single elimination tournament made up of three two-minute rounds. To win, you must pin an opponent down for three seconds, or the opponent quits. Alliances can be made to team up, but ultimately you will have to turn on that ally, as only one winner is declared. Eating any of the potato is not permitted!What does it mean to be world champ?I got to do some local news appearances which was fun. Now, I can’t walk down the street in Barnesville without someone asking for an autograph. I did record a video of every competition, so I hope to make a documentary some day. I’d like to age about 15 years and maybe make a comeback.
13527Most consecutive African Cup of Nations matches playedRigobert Song34 timesCameroon, 01 January 2010The most consecutive matches played in Africa Cup of Nations tournaments is 34, by Rigobert Song (Cameroon) between 1996 and 2010.
13528Largest parachuting canopy formation (female)Unknown25 peopleUnited States, Perris Valley17 October 1997The largest all-female canopy formation consisted of 25 parachutes and was formed by an international team over Perris Valley, California, USA, on 17 October 1997.
13529Fastest time to arrange 10 dice with the same number (blindfolded)
13530Most dice "pinch" picked up in 30 seconds (blindfolded)

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