Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
1411Highest margin of victory in Bulls vs Blazers and the NBA playoffs (SNES)Rudy Ferretti15 January 2006The highest margin of victory in a game of Bulls Vs Blazers and the NBA Playoffs on the Super Nintendo was set by Rudy Ferretti, on 15 January 2006. Verified by a video recording of his game, Ferretti’s record saw him winning by a 61-point margin against his computer opponent during the12-minute-per-period game.
1412Highest winning margin in a game of NBA Jam: Tournament Edition (arcade version)Kelly R. FlewinCanada02 June 2007The highest winning margin on the arcade version of NBA Jam: Tournament Edition was achieved by Kelly Flewin (Canada). Flewin set the record by winning a match by 13 points at Funspot, a family entertainment centre based in Weirs Beach, New Hampshire, USA, on 2 June 2007.
1413Country with the most millionairesUnited States2886200 peopleUnited States, 01 January 2010The USA is home to 2,886,200 millionaires, according to figures from the World Wealth Report 2010. A millionaire is defined as an individual with a net worth of at least $1 million in assets other than their primary residence. The number of US millionaires has dropped from a figure of 3,028,000 in the previous year.
1414First fully 3-dimensional FPSDescent (Infogrames, 1995)first, 01 January 1995The first FPS to offer a truly 3D gameworld was Descent, which offered six degrees of freedom. With players piloting a small hovering ship through a series of mines, the vast 3D environment was tricky to navigate and some players experienced feelings of nausea when they first played it.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
1415Most shutouts in an NHL ice hockey playoff season by a goaltenderMartin BrodeurUnited States01 January 2003The National Hockey League (NHL) record for most shutouts by a goaltender in a single playoff season is 7 shutouts by Martin Brodeur (Canada) playing for the New Jersey Devils (USA) in the 2002-03 postseason. Brodeur led the Devils to their third Stanley Cup championship.
1416Youngest author of a bestselling book seriesChristopher Paolini1983/11/17 year(s), month(s), day(s)USA, Christopher Paolini (USA), born 17 November 1983, is the youngest author of a bestselling book series. With sales in excess of 20 million copies as of May 2011, the Inheritance Cycle, which consists of the books Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, and Inheritance, due for release on 8 November 2011, continues to be a firm favourite of fantasy fans the world over.The first volume of the cycle, begun when Christopher was just 15, was originally released in 2002 by Paolini International LLC before being picked up and published the following year by Alfred A. Knopf, which went on to publish the rest of the Inheritance cycle. The first book in the series, Eragon, was made into a movie (released 2006). Only bestsellers are considered in this category. Although other, even younger authors have succeeded in publishing book series none has achieved anything approaching the phenomenal sales figures enjoyed by Christopher Paolini and so cannot be considered for the record of youngest author of a bestselling book series.
1417Most eyebrow waxes performed in 8 hours by a teamBenefit CosmeticsAustralia, Sydney21 April 2012The most eyebrow waxes in eight hours by a team is 382 and was achieved by Benefit Cosmetics (Australia) in Sydney, Australia, on 21 April 2012.The event was part of Benefit's global attempt to set the record for the most eyebrow waxes in 24 hours at multiple venues.
1418Most people in a floating lineHarley Owners Group Taiwan Chapter634 participantsChina, Nantou County28 June 2014The most people in a floating line is 634 and was achieved by Harley Owners Group Taiwan Chapter (Chinese Taipei) at Sun Moon Lake, Nantou County, Taiwan on June 28, 2014.
1419Largest gathering of people dressed as Ninja TurtlesNickelodeon Suites ResortUnited States, Orlando09 August 2014The most people dressed as Ninja Turtles is 1,394 achieved by the Nickelodeon Suites Resort (USA) in Orlando, Florida, USA on 9 August 2014.
1420Most bottles playedJim Pattison Group Partners in Pride Executive Conference1,100 itemsCanada, Surrey19 March 2015The most bottles played in a musical performance is 1,100 and was achieved by 172 musicians organised by the Jim Pattison Group Partners in Pride Executive Conference (Canada) in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, on 19 March 2015.Participants played "Happy Birthday" to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Overwaitea Group.
1421Most people tagged online in a selfieHuawei268 peopleBolivia, La Paz19 July 2015The most people tagged in a selfie is 268 participants and was achieved by Huawei (Bolivia) at the Plaza San Fransisco in La Paz, Bolivia, on 19 July 2015 The selfie was taken with the Huawei Mate 7 phone to illustrate its picture taking abilities. The picture can be seen here: https://apps.facebook.com/449402041913163/
1422Most people playing a clapping game simultaneouslyMSSL Mideast848 peopleUnited Arab Emirates, Sharjah13 February 2015The most people playing a clapping game simultaneously is 848 and was achieved by MSSL Mideast (UAE), in Sharjah, UAE, on 13 February 2015. The participants are employees of MSSL Mideast.
1423Most co-writers credited for a filmLondon Screenwriters' Festival51 peopleUnited Kingdom, London13 February 2014The feature film with the most co-writers is '50 Kisses', which was produced by the London Screenwriters' Festival (UK) and has 51 co-writers officially credited. The film premiered at the Genesis Cinema in London, UK, on 13 February 2014. '50 Kisses' was an initiative run by the London Screenwriters' Festival, which aimed to connect screenwriters with filmmakers. The premise was that anyone could submit an original 2 page script, provided that it took place on Valentine's Day and contained a kiss. The best 50 scripts, with the addition of 1 script written by their own writing team, were adapted and edited together to make the feature film '50 kisses'.
1424Largest Rubik's cube solved by a robotDavid GildayUnited Kingdom, Birmingham15 March 2014The largest Rubik’s Cube solved by a robot is a 9x9x9 cube tackled successfully by MultiCuber 999, an ARM-powered LEGO robot built by David Gilday (UK) and demonstrated at the Big Bang Fair in the Birmingham NEC, West Midlands, UK, on 15 March 2014.
1425Most consecutive bunny hops on a bicycleAlberto LimatoreItaly, Verona24 January 2015The most consecutive bunny hops on a bicycle is 410, and was achieved by Alberto Limatore (Italy) at the Centro Fitness Oxygen in Verona, Italy, on 24 January 2015.Alberto beat the previous record by an incredible 289 bunny hops.
1426Largest chemistry lessonEssenscia, TechnopolisBelgium, MechelenThe largest chemistry lesson involved 1,018 participants, achieved by Technopolis and Essenscia (both Belgium) in Antwerp, Belgium, on 5 May 2015.As part of the lesson students learnt how to make slime and hair gel.
1427Smallest parachuteErnesto GainzaUnited Arab Emirates, Dubai05 April 2014The smallest parachute canopy used for a jump measures 3.25 m² (35 ft²), landed by Ernesto Gainza (Venezuela), in Dubai, UAE, on 5 April 2014.
1428Most people crammed in a Mini, new modelLei Xia, MINI CHINApeopleChina, Xiamen05 September 2014The most people crammed into a new model Mini is 29 and was achieved by Xia Lei and Mini China (both China) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special in Xiamen, Fujian, Chinaon 5 September 2014.
1429Most people doing chair-based exerciseWestminster VillagepeopleUnited States, West Lafayette, IN22 September 2014The most people doing chair-based exercise is 481, achieved in a lesson organised by Westminster Village (USA) in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, on 22 September 2014.
1430Fastest robot to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's cubeDavid GildayUnited Kingdom, Birmingham15 March 2014The fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik’s Cube by a robot is 1 minute 18.68 seconds by MultiCuber 3, an ARM-powered LEGO robot built by David Gilday (UK) and demonstrated at the Big Bang Fair in the Birmingham NEC, West Midlands, UK, on 15 March 2014.
1431Farthest distance travelled by a rubber band car (Paladone Product)Marti J. Powell8.95 metre(s)United Kingdom, Chesterfield13 July 2015The farthest distance travelled by a rubber band car (Paladone Product) is 8.95 m (29 ft 4 in) and was achieved by Marti J. Powell (UK), in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, UK, on 13 July 2015.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: martijp): http://challengers.guinnessworldrecords.com/challenges/348-farthest-distance-travelled-by-a-rubber-band-car-paladone-product/attempts/6905
1432Most people crammed in a VW Campervan (Classic model)Comfort Insurance50 participantsUnited Kingdom, Malvern05 September 2015The most people crammed in a VW Campervan (Classic model) is 50, achieved by Comfort Insurance (UK), in Malvern, Worcestershire, UK on 5 September 2015. The attempt took place at Busfest a specialist VW Van Festival.
1433First use of DNA profiling in a criminal convictionRobert Meliasfirst firstUnited Kingdom, 13 November 1987The first person to be convicted of a crime using DNA evidence is Robert Melias (UK), who was found guilty of rape and convicted by a British court on 13 November 1987. Soon after in the USA, Tommy Lee Andrews of Florida, became the first American convicted based on DNA evidence.
1434Most viewed fan film based on a videogameRevenge – A Minecraft Parody of Usher's DJ Got U156076698 timesNot Applicable, 20 March 2015The most viewed fan film based on a videogame of any genre is called "Revenge" – A Minecraft Parody of Usher's DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love - Crafted Using Noteblocks". Based on the indie game Minecraft, it was uploaded by user CaptainSparklez in 2011 and had been viewed 156,076,698 times, as of 20 March 2015.
1435Most nationalities in a choirInternational Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON)India, Kolkata13 August 2015The most nationalities in a choir is 105 and was organised by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) (India), in Kolkata, India, on 13 August 2015. This choir was held to start the celebration of ISKCON’s golden Jubilee with delegates invited from their centres in more than 140 countries.
1436Quietest place
1437Most shootout goals in an NHL ice hockey careerJonathan Toews40 total numberCanada, Jonathan Toews (Canada) has scored 40 shootout goals while playing for the Chicago Blackhawks (USA) as of the end of the 2014–15 season. A shootout occurs in a game remaining in a tie score after an overtime period. n/a
1438Fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube one-handedFeliks ZemdegsAustralia, CanberraRegular speed-cuber Feliks Zemdegs (Australia) completed a Rubik's Cube using just one hand in 6.88 seconds at the Canberra Autumn 2015 event held in Australia's capital city on 9–10 May 2015. This shaved 1.38 seconds off the previous mark.n/a
1439Fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube blindfoldedKaijun Lin21.05 minute(s), second(s)China, Guangzhou04 October 2015The fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube blindfolded is 21.05 seconds and was achieved by Kaijun Lin (China) at the China Championship 2015 held in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, on 2–4 October 2015.n/a
1440Most simultaneous high-fivesKalinga Institute of Social Sciences, Prof. Achyuta Samanta25250 peopleIndia, Bhubaneswar09 December 2015The most people performing a high-five simultaneously is 25,250 and was achieved by The Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (India) in Bhubaneswar, India, on 09 December 2015. The students at The Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences are made up of indigenous tribal children from some of the poorest areas of India.

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