Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13561Most consecutive backflips on an aquabike (jetski)Rachel MacClugageUnited States, Lake Havasu City12 October 2014The most consecutive backflips on an aquabike (jetski) is 36 and was achieved by Lee Stone (UK) at The Crazy Horse Ground, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, USA, on 12 October 2014. The attempt took place during the IJSBA 2014 World Jet Ski Finals.
13562Longest marathon playing bagpipesRikki Evans26:05:32 hour(s)United Kingdom, Glasgow12 August 2015The longest marathon playing bagpipes is 26 hr 5 min 32 sec and was achieved by Rikki Evans (UK) in Glasgow, UK, from 12 to 13 August 2015. Rikki used his record attempt to raise money for several charities. His "Pipeathon" took place at The National Piping Centre in Glasgow, UK, during Piping Live!
13563Fastest time to peel and eat an orange blindfolded (team of two)MANISH UPADHYAY , Dinesh UpadhyayaIndia, Goregaon05 March 2015The fastest time to peel and eat an orange blindfolded (team of two) is 17.15 seconds, and was achieved by Dinesh Upadhyaya and Manish Upadhyaya (both India), in Goregaon, Mumbai, India, on 5 March 2014.Manish peeled while Dinesh did the eating.Science teacher Dinesh also holds the record for the most lit candles in the mouth (12), most dice caught (in cupped hands) in 30 seconds while blindfolded (43) and most oranges peeled and eaten in three minutes (6).
13564Fastest completion of Mercury Meltdown Revolution RaceShawn AlvarezUnited States, Wisconsin16 March 2014The fastest Completion of Mercury Meltdown Revolution Race is 41.68 seconds, and was achieved by Shawn Alvarez (USA) in Burlington, Wisconsin, USA, on 16 March 2014.
13565Best-selling videogameWii Sports82000000 unit(s) soldNot Applicable, 08 July 2014Selling more than 82 million copies as of 8 July 2014, Wii Sports (Nintendo, 2006) benefited from being bundled with the very popular Nintendo Wii and is the videogame across all genres (not just sports) owned by the largest number of people.
13566Most dice aligned to the same number in 30 seconds (blindfolded)Dalibor JablanovicSerbia, Stubica09 December 2013The most dice aligned to the same number in 30 seconds (blindfolded) is 29, and was achieved by Dalibor Jablanovic (Serbia), in Stubica, Serbia, on 9 December 2013.
13567Most consecutive stickflips on a pogo stickHenry CabelusUnited States, Los Angeles,,Venice Beach07 July 2014The most consecutive stickflips on a pogo stick is 6 and was achieved by Henry Cabelus (USA) on the set of 'Officially Amazing' (CBBC) at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, USA, on 7 July 2014.
13568Most overhead lifts of a quad bike in one minuteZydrunas SavickasItaly, Milan25 July 2014The most overhead lifts of a quad bike in one minute is 14 and was achieved by Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy, on 25 July 2014.
13569Best-selling Final Fantasy videogameFinal Fantasy VIINot Applicable21 August 2014Final Fantasy VII has sales of 9.72 million copies worldwide as of 21 August 2014. It’s the second best-selling game on the PS (beaten by Gran Turismo), and is one of the best-selling console games of all time.
13570Longest youtiaoWuxue Fukang Rapeseed Oil Co., Ltd. (China)China, Wuhan24 September 2014The longest youtiao measured 3.732 m (12 ft 2.93 in) and was achieved by Wuxue Fukang Rapeseed Oil Co., Ltd. (China) in Wuhan, Hubei, China, on 24 September 2014.
13571Most northerly rugby matchWooden Spoon SocietyCanada, Magnetic North Pole28 April 2015The most northerly rugby match is 78° latitude and was achieved by the Wooden Spoon Society (UK) in Nunavut, Canada, on 28 April 2015.The temperature the rugby players faced would get down to minus 35 degrees with wind chill.The participants trekked over 95 kilometres to the 1996 Certified magnetic North Pole and built the pitch. The teams that participated in the match were: Team Ollie: Ollie Phillips, David Mercer, Steven Turnbull, Paul Jordan, Fergus Davidson, Mike Elston, Rob Brown, Sunny Singh.Team Tim: Tim Stimpson, Andrew Walker, Julian Phelan, Stephen Henry, James Harding, Greg Allen, John Houston.
13572Longest running TV travel showSereno Variabile , Osvaldo BevilacquaItaly, ROME01 January 1900The longest running TV travel programme is Sereno Variabile (Raidue, Italy), hosted by Osvaldo Bevilacqua (Italy), which was first broadcast in November 1978 and is still running daily, as of March 2015.In each episode Osvaldo Bevilacqua takes his audience on journeys into the history, traditions and food of several regions in Italy and abroad. Troughout his career Osvaldo is said to have travelled 2,912,950 km (1,810,023 miles) in Italy and 13,950,000 (8,668,128 miles) all over the world.
13573Largest line dance - multiple locationsChina Line Dance Sport Promotion CenterpeopleChina, Multipul,,Hangzhou08 November 2014The largest line dance (multiple venues) involved 25,703 participants and was achieved by China Line Dance Sport Promotion Center (China) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on 8 November 2014.
13574Longest raclette ovenMifromaSwitzerland, Bern30 November 2014The longest raclette oven is 100 m (328 ft 1 in) long and was created by Mifroma (Switzerland), as measured and used in Bern, Switzerland, on 30 November 2014.The oven can cook about 870 portions every 10 minutes.
13575Largest full breakfast (attendance)Van Ticaret ve Sanayi Odasi, Chamber of Commerce and Industry51793 peopleTurkey, Van01 June 2014The largest full breakfast attendance involved 51,793 participants and was organised by Van Ticaret ve Sanayi Odasi (Turkey) at Atatürk Kültür Park, in Van, Turkey, on 1 June 2014.
13576Farthest distance cycling underwater, static bikeHomar LeuciItaly, Milan25 July 2014The farthest distance static cycling underwater (apnea) is 855 m (2,805 ft 1 in) and was achieved by Homar Leuci (Italy) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy, on 25 June 2014.Homar completed the 855 m underwater in one breath and without the use of breathing equipment.
13577Most BMX time machines in one minuteTakahiro IkedaItaly, Milan25 June 2014The most BMX time machines in 1 minute is 83 and was achieved by Takahiro Ikeda (Japan) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy, on 25 June 2014.A BMX time machine is a complex trick that involves standing on a bike and spinning it through 360°.Why did you choose to try this record?To show as many people as possible what a great skill the “Time Machine” is – and to be the best at it.What was the biggest challenge in attempting the record?Keeping the spin going for a whole minute. Normally, the technique is demonstrated for a much shorter time.What hurts the most?All the muscles start to hurt, but the thigh is under the most strain.Have you had any bad accidents?Lots! I guess the worst injury was a badly twisted ankle.Where do you practise?I often practise in public parks – and I am always surprised when I look up and see a huge crowd of children cheering me on – or just staring!What advice would you give to someone else attempting a record?Everyone who can gather enough self-confidence should try for a record. Gaining the record made me much more confident and it has very positively changed my life.What does Guinness World Records mean to you?I used to read the book in the library of my elementary school and became very interested in all types of records. My life has definitely changed for the better because of my Guinness World Records titles.Read more: Record Holder Profile Video - Takahiro Ikeda and the most BMX time machines in one minute
13578Fastest time to crush three watermelons with the thighsOlga LiashchukItaly, Milan26 June 2014The fastest time to crush 3 watermelons between the thighs is 14.65 seconds and was achieved by Olga Liashchuk (Ukraine) at the Mediaset Studios in Milan, Italy, on 26 June 2014.Olga's greatest ambition is to become the world’s strongest woman. Asked what drew her to this record, she said, “I thought it may be easier than other strength records&hellip but it turned out to be very hard indeed!”
13579Longest time holding breath voluntarily underwater whilst suspended upside down - maleNikolay LinderItaly, Milan25 June 2014The longest time breath held underwater upside down is 4 min 29 sec and was achieved by Nikolay Linder (Germany) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy, on 25 June 2014.
13580Fastest combined completion time of MinesweeperKamil MurańskiPoland, Bielsko-Biala23 July 2014The fastest combined completion time of Minesweeper on all three difficulties is 38.65 seconds and was achieved by Kamil Murański (Poland), with scores current as of 23 July 2014.
13581Most return touchdowns in an NFL career
13582Smallest folded pramGoodBaby D666ChinaThe smallest commercially available folded pram is the D666 made by GoodBaby (China), measuring 35 cm (13.78 in) high, 30 cm (11.81 in) long and 18 cm (7.09 in) wide when folded. The record was verified on 21 May 2014.
13583Most spinning splits in 30 seconds (individual)Nicolas PihiliangegedarFrance, PARIS,Paris07 November 2014The most spinning splits in 30 seconds is 36 and was achieved by Nicolas Pihiliangegedara (France) for GWR Day 2014, at Moulin Rouge, France, on 7 November 2014.
13584Most mashed potato eaten in one minuteAndré OrtolfGermany, Augsburg11 November 2014The most mashed potatoes eaten in one minute is 893 g (31.5 oz) and was achieved by André Ortolf (Germany) in Augsburg, Germany, on 11 November 2014. To calculate the final weight, all excess mashed potato from the spoon as well as the face were deducted.
13585Largest cowboy boot sculptureBob WadeUnited States, San Antonio04 November 2014The tallest cowboy boot sculpture measures 10.74 m (35 ft 3 in) in height and was constructed by Bob Wade (USA) as measured in San Antonio, Texas, USA on 4 November 2014.The boots also measure 10.16 m (33 ft 4 in) in length and 2.74 m (9 ft) in width.Read more: Record holder profile video - Bob Wade and the largest cowboy boot sculpture
13586Fastest swim short course 200 metres breaststroke (male)Daniel Gyurtaminute(s), second(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai31 August 2014The fastest short course 200 metres breaststroke swim is 2:00.48 and was achieved by Daniel Gyurta (Hungary) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 31 August 2014.
13587Longest-running annual TV music competition (national)Festival della canzone italiana di Sanremo60 years year(s), day(s)Italy, Sanremo31 January 1955The Festival della canzone italiana di Sanremo, also known as the Sanremo Music Festival, was first broadcast in January 1955 by Italian national television station Rai 1, and has since been broadcast annually. The Sanremo Music Festival is acknowledged to be the inspiration for its famous international counterpart, the Eurovision Song Contest. It was first held between 29 and 31 January 1951 as a contest for previously unreleased songs. Until 1955, it was broadcast on Italian radio Rete Rossa, belonging to RAI.
13588Most consecutive basketball free throws scored on NBA 2K9Tristen GerenUnited States, Fredericksburg26 April 2014The most consecutive basketball free throws scored on NBA 2K9 is 357 and was achieved by Tristen Geren (USA), in Fredericksburg, Texas, USA, on 26 April 2015. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: TRISTENG):
13589Highest free throw percentage, WNBAElena Delle Donne.931 percentageUnited States, The highest free throw percentage in WNBA history (minimum 100 free throw attempts) is .931 by Elena Delle Donne (USA) while playing for the Chicago Sky (USA) since 2013. She has converted on 241 of 259 free throw attempts.
13590Most medals won by an individual X Games (winter)Shaun WhiteUnited States27 January 2013As of June 2015, Shaun White (USA) had won 18 Winter X Games medals – more than any other competitor in the contest to date.White won his 18th medal (a gold) in the snowboard superpipe event at Winter X Games 2013 held in Aspen, Colorado, USA on 24–27 January 2013.

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