Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

13921Most people using mouthwashOracare, Oracare2,045 peoplePhilippines, Market Market12 April 2015The most people using mouthwash simultaneously is 2,045 and was achieved by Oracare and History (both Philippines), in Market Market, Taguig City, Philippines, on 12 April 2015. The attempt took place as part of Oracare's 10 year anniversary celebration.
13922Most people receiving a facialJinan Samunlisa Management Consulting Co., Ltd.1000 peopleChina, JinanThe most people receiving a facial is 1,000 participants and was achieved by Jinan Samunlisa Management Consulting Co., Ltd. (China) in Jinan, Shandong, China on 4 May 2015. The attempt lasted 30 minutes and included 4 stages. The stages were: cleansing, applying masks, moisturising and
13923Most participants in a bleep testRAF Honington593 participantsUnited Kingdom, RAF Honington19 June 2015The most participants in a bleep test is 593 participants and was achieved by RAF Honington (UK), in Suffolk, UK, on 19 June 2015. The event took place as part of Armed Forces day.
13924Oldest panda ever in captivityJia Jia36 year(s), month(s), day(s)Hong Kong, Hong KongThe oldest panda ever in captivity is Jia Jia, a female giant panda, born in 1978. Jia Jia arrived at Ocean Park Hong Kong in March 1999 and has remained there ever since.The average lifespan of giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is 18-20, in the wild, and 30 in captivity. Wild pandas were once found all over southern and eastern China and well into Myanmar and Vietnam. However now they are considered one of the world's most endangered animals.Full story: Jia Jia the oldest panda ever celebrates her 37th birthday with two new record titles
13925Most people riding a surfboardEpic Big Board Ride, Visit Huntington Beach66 peopleUnited States, Huntington Beach20 June 2015The most people riding a surfboard is 66, and was achieved by Visit Huntington Beach and the Epic Big Board Ride (both USA) in Huntington Beach, California, USA, on 20 June 2015.The surfboard measured 42 feet long, and was designed by the same team responsible for the prior successful attempt at this record in Australia in 2005.
13926Largest bank (assets)Industrial and Commercial Bank of China3.1tr US dollar(s)China, 01 January 2014The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China was the largest bank in the world, as measured by its assets, in 2014 – just as it had been in 2013. According to the website, it has $3.1 trillion in assets, as against second place HSBC’s $2.7 trillion.
13927Largest gathering of people dressed as sumo wrestlersPurple House Cancer Support293 peopleIreland, Bray23 August 2015The largest gathering of people dressed as sumo wrestlers is 293 participants, achieved by Purple House Cancer Support (Ireland) in Bray, Wicklow, Ireland, on 23 August 2015. All participants wore blown up sumo wrestler costumes
13928Most people playing Bunco simultaneouslyCalifornia Baptist University748 peopleUnited States, Riverside06 September 2015The most people playing bunco simultaneously is 748, achieved by California Baptist University (USA) in Riverside, California, USA, on 6 September 2015. Incoming freshman students had quite the introduction to life as a student at the California Baptist University, with a loud, wild and fun dice game.
13929Largest gathering of people wearing holiday jumpers / sweatersKansas Athletics, Inc.3,473 peopleUnited States, Lawrence19 December 2015The largest gathering of people wearing holiday sweaters is 3,473 and was achieved by Kansas Athletics (USA) at the men’s basketball game vs. Montana in Lawrence, Kansas, USA on 19 December 2015. Brightly colored KU sweaters were visible throughout the game, including the marching band and most of the team's bench staff.
13930Largest arms-linked toastBeijing Jinliufu Wine Co., Ltd.900 peopleChina, Beijing19 September 2015The largest arms linked toast consists of 900 people and was achieved by Beijing Jinliufu Wine Co., Ltd. (China) in Beijing, China on 19 September 2015. The record was held as part of the company's anniversary and was attempted by the employees.
13931Most plant species grafted onto the same plantPeople's Government of Kaifeng CityChina, Kaifeng18 October 2015The most plant species grafted onto the same plant is 641 varieties of chrysanthemum and was created by People's Government of Kaifeng City (China) in Kaifeng, Henan, China on 18 October 2015. The attempt was part of the 33rd Kaifeng Chrysanthemum Culture Festival.
13932Most parents reading to their children simultaneously
13933Greatest octopus mimicmimic octopus Thaumoctopus mimicusIndonesia28 September 2015Several species of octopus have been observed in the wild mimicking other animal species, by virtue of colour changes and behaviour, but unquestionably the greatest octopus mimic is the aptly-named mimic octopus Thaumoctopus mimicus, found off Indonesia and elsewhere in the Indo-Pacific as well as the Red Sea. Studies have revealed that this extraordinary species can successfully impersonate at least 16 very different animals – flounder, sea snake, cuttlefish, stingray, brittle star, lionfish, snake eel, jawfish, blenny, mantis shrimp, ghost crab, hermit crab, jellyfish, sand anemone, sea cucumber, and feather star. Of these, the most extreme disguise adopted must surely be the sea snake, for which the mimic octopus buries itself in the sand with just two tentacles undulating sinuously above the surface in an 'S'-shaped curve.Despite (or quite possibly because of?) its astonishing abilities of animal mimicry, the mimic octopus remained wholly unknown to science until as recently as the mid-1990s. Yet not only is it diurnal (whereas most octopuses are nocturnal), it has a very wide distribution, having since been discovered in waters off Indonesia, New Guinea, the Philippines, Malaysia, New Caledonia, and even as far afield as the Red Sea, making its late discovery all the more remarkable – testimony to its success at disguising itself as some other animal?
13934Longest forklift pallet relayBigRentz, Inc.United States, Irvine, California24 October 2015The longest forklift pallet relay is 62 consecutive passes achieved by BigRentz, Inc. (USA) in Irvine, California, USA, on 24 October 2015. BigRentz celebrated their annual open house by raising money for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation at their record attempt for the record for the longest forklift pallet relay
13935Most viewed online videogame walkthroughNew Super Mario Bros Walkthrough Part 2230221835 peopleNot Applicable, The most viewed videogame walkthrough on YouTube is "New Super Mario Bros Walkthrough Part 22", uploaded by "cesaritox09" on 8 June 2009. As of 3 May 2015, the guide for the Nintendo DS platform game New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo, 2006) had been watched 30,221,835 times.
13936First person to reach the North Pole - soloJean-Louis Etiennefirst first, ArcticDr Jean-Louis Etienne (France) was the first person to reach the North Pole solo and without dogs, on 14 May 1986 after 63 days. He had the benefit of being resupplied several times on the journey.From Etienne's website: "Jean-Louis Etienne’s objective on this occasion was to reach the geographic North Pole alone, on skis, pulling a sled. His only outside support was to be a number of way-stations where he would find provisions and dry clothes. On 6 March Jean-Louis Etienne left Ward Hunt Island in Canada’s far North and reached the geographic North Pole (the point where the Earth’s rotational axis emerges) on 14 May 1986. In 63 days he had covered more than 1,000 kilometres at an average rate of 20 kilometres per day. Each day he skied non-stop for eight hours he elected not to stop for a midday meal because of the cold, snacking on biscuits and dried fruit as he went along instead. Around 4 pm, he would pitch his tent on a flat space, if possible sheltered from the wind. After a hot “afternoon tea” and a short rest, he would check in by radio and ascertain his position. Then would come dinner time and a well-deserved sleep so as to be able to face the next day’s exertions. Jean-Louis Etienne occasionally saw polar bear tracks but there was only one occasion when he encountered another living creature: on 9 April, quite by chance, he met Will Steger and his team, who were travelling to the Pole by dog-sled."
13937Largest human Christmas treeSobhana George, Mission Chengannur4030 participantsIndia, Chengannur19 December 2015The largest human Christmas tree consists of 4,030 participants and was made by Mission Chengannur and Sobhana George (both India) in Chengannur, India, on 19 December 2015.The Christmas tree was mostly made up school children from village of Chengannur.
13938Fastest row coxed eights (female)Caroline Linds, Victoria Opitz, Lauren Schmetterling, Heidi Robbins, Grace Luczak, Kerry Simmonds, Katelin Snyder, Amanda Polk, Emily Regan05:54.160 minute(s), second(s)Switzerland, Lucerne14 July 2013The fastest women’s coxed eights row is 5 minutes 54.160 seconds by the USA (Emily Regan, Amanda Polk, Katelin Snyder, Kerry Simmonds, Grace Luczak, Heidi Robbins, Lauren Schmetterling, Victoria Opitz and Caroline Linds) at the 2013 World Rowing Cup III in Lucerne, Switzerland, on 14 July 2013. Team USA beat their own record by less than a second.They had previously set the record in May 2012.
13939Fastest road run 30 kilometres (male)Sisay Lemma, Amos Choge Kipruto, Edwin Kibet Koech01:27:20 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai22 January 2016The fastest 30 kilometres road run is 1 hour 27 minutes 20 seconds and was achieved by Amos Choge Kipruto, Edwin Kibet Koech (both Kenya) and Sisay Lemma (Ethiopia) when completing the first 30 km of the Dubai Marathon in Dubai, UAE, on 22 January 2016. Kipruto and Koech were acting as pacemakers while Sisay Lemma finished in a personal best of 2:05:16 and finished fourth overall. The race winner Tsegaye Abera was just behind the pace at 30 km but would go onto finish in an impressive 2:04:24, just one second less than the course record.
13940Highest annual earnings for an actressJennifer Lawrence52,000,000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 30 June 2015According to the Forbes list of the "World's Highest-Paid Celebrities", the highest-earning actress for the year ending 30 June 2015 is Jennifer Lawrence (USA), who took home an estimated $52 million (£33 million). The Hunger Games star is the second highest-earning actor overall in the list, only surpassed by Robert Downey Jr (USA) on $80 million (£50.8 million). This is some way short of the highest annual earnings for an actress ever: according to Forbes, Angelina Jolie (USA) earned $83.9 million (£54 million) in 2009–2010.
13941Longest bridge, floating bridgeWashington State Department of Transportation2,349.55 metre(s)United States, Seattle12 February 2016As of 12 February 2016, the longest floating bridge is 2,349.55 m (7,708.49 ft) and was achieved by the Washington State Department of Transportation in Seattle, Washington, USA. The bridge connects Seattle Washington to Bellevue Washington.
13942Most expensive print sold at auctionEdvard Munch2,100,000 UK pound(s)United Kingdom, London20 March 2013Norwegian artist Edvard Munch’s 1896 print Young Woman on the Beach was sold at Christie’s auction house on King Street in London, UK, on 20 March 2013, for £2.1 m ($3 m), making it the most expensive original print ever sold at auction. The sum exceeded the pre-sale estimate for the piece of £700,000 by 200%. Young Woman on the Beach is a haunting image of a girl in a white dress, her back to the viewer, looking out across a vast ocean. It is an example of an aquatint print, a process in which the artist etches the image into a copper or zinc plate using acid. The plate is then inked and run through a printing press to transfer the image to paper. Munch created a number of prints between 1896 and 1897. He is thought to have made 11 copies of Young Woman on the Beach.
13943Newest monkeywhite-cheeked macaqueChinaMarch 2015The most recent species of monkey to have been scientifically recognized is the white-cheeked macaque (Macaca leucogenys). Native to the tropical forests of south-eastern Tibet, it was officially described in March 2015, and is readily distinguished from other macaques by the male’s genitals and also a ruff of long, thick fur around its neck.It is distinguished from other local macaques by the white whiskers on its cheeks, the shape of the male’s genitals and a ruff of fur around its neck.
13944Heaviest weightlifting +105 kg clean & jerk (male)Aleksei Lovchev264 kilogram(s)United States, Houston28 November 2015The heaviest weight lifted in the +105 kg clean & jerk category is 264 kg and was lifted by Aleksei Lovchev (Russia) at the IWF World Weightlifting Championships at Houston in Texas, USA, on 28 November 2015. Aleksei Lovchev also broke the total weight lifted record, having lifted 211 kg in the Snatch for a total of 475 kg.
13945First discovered Palaeolithic cave artEl Castillo cave40800 firstSpain, Puente ViesgoDiscovered in the 1870s, paintings of animals and handprints from the El Castillo cave in Puente Viesgo in the province of Cantabria, Spain, have been proved to be at least 40,800 years old. This makes them both the oldest cave art and the oldest paintings of any kind.
13946Largest football (soccer) tournament, players (male)Copa Telmex 2014215,273 peopleMexico, Mexico20 January 2015The largest football (soccer) tournament is Copa Telmex 2014 (Mexico), with 215,273 players distributed in 12,238 teams, competing across Mexico from 17 February 2014 to 20 January 2015. Only male players took part in this tournament in two conferences: Senior and Youth. The winners of both conferences played the final in Cancun on 20 January 2015. The winning team was Estrella Blanca Black Mamba, from Tlaxco, Tlaxcala. In the final game, they defeated 7-2 the youth conference champions, team coming from San Luis Potosi.
13947Largest football (soccer) tournament (female)Copa Telmex43,234 participantsMexico, Mexico City05 December 2015The largest female football (soccer) tournament is Copa Telmex 2015, which consisted of 43,234 participants distributed in 2,637 teams, competing across Mexico, from 1 May to 5 December 2015. The champions of the tournament was the team: Real Celeste, from Naucalpan, Estado de México. The runners up were the team of the Policía Federal, from Mexico City.
13948Highest guitar score on Guitar Hero: Metallica (Activision, 2009)Danny Johnson1009056 total numberUnited States, New YorkThe highest guitar score on Guitar Hero: Metallica (Activision, 2009) is 1,009,056 and was achieved by Danny Johnson (USA) while playing 'Mercyful Fate' at the Book Expo America in New York City, New York, USA, on 30 May 2009.Danny Johnson is the record holder in two more Guitar Hero categories.
13949Most people doing sit-ups simultaneouslyHathershaw College503 participantsUnited Kingdom, OldhamThe most people doing sit-ups simultaneously is 503, achieved by Hathershaw College (UK) in Oldham, Manchester, UK on 18 May 2015 All people continuously performed sit ups for over one minute
13950Fastest time to solve a 2x2x2 Rubik's CubeRami SbahiCanada, Waterloo07 June 2015The fastest time to solve a 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube is 0.58 seconds, and was achieved by Rami Sbahi (USA) in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on 7 June 2015. This record attempt took place at the Canadian Open 2015 competition of the World Cube Association.

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