Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

14401Largest car dealership (showroom)Cargiant35708 square metre(s)United Kingdom, WHITE CITY / LONDON01 April 2007Car Giant Ltd. is the largest car dealership with 35,708 m² (384,352 ft²) of showrooms and is located in London, UK since April 1997.
14402Shortest cow (height)Manikyam61.1 cm (24.07 in) centimetre(s)India, Kerala21 June 2014The shortest cow is Manikyam, owned by Ashkay N.V. (India), in Kerala, India. She measured 61.1 cm (24.07 in) from the hoof to the withers on 21 June 2014.GWR travelled to Kerala, India, to visit mini Manikyam. We asked local veterinarian Dr E M Muhammed for the lowdown on this diminutive bovine...When did you first hear about Manikyam?About two years ago, we became aware that this animal was much shorter than ordinary cows. Manikyam was about four years old at the time, but even when she was only nine or 10 months old we could tell there was something different about her. We monitored her closely from the age of two. By the age of four she was around 64 cm (2 ft 1 in) tall.How does Manikyam compare to a conventionally sized cow?Usually, our local cows are about 150 cm (4 ft 11 in) in height. Manikyam is a Vechur breed, well known for producing dwarf cows. Vechurs tend to grow to a maximum height of around 90 cm (2 ft 11 in).Why do you think the area produces such short cows?We think it may be to do with the unusual climatic conditions of our state. It is hot and particularly humid here, and we believe this has an effect on the height of our cattle. If Vechur cattle are taken elsewhere in the country, over time they increase in height. It’s only in Kerala that they maintain their dwarf stature. Really interesting!We’ve been working in this field for the past 10 years. It seems that Vechur cattle have what is known in the scientific community as “thermometer genes”, which allow them to survive in hot, humid conditions. And they are highly resistant to infection too – they can even withstand foot‑and-mouth disease.
14403Most chromosomes for an antPlatythyrea tricuspidata, dinosaur or dawn ant Nothomyrmecia macropsNot Applicable18 September 2015The greatest number of chromosomes recorded from any ant is 94 in the diploid condition (i.e., 47 pairs). This figure was recorded from two different species – the so-called dinosaur or dawn ant Nothomyrmecia macrops of western and southern Australia's scrub and Platythyrea tricuspidata, native to the lowland rainforests of Sumatra, Indonesia. Also, the chromosomes of the dinosaur ant are usually dot-like in shape, rather than long and slender like more familiar chromosomes this species was described in 1934.Ants belong to the taxonomic insect order Hymenoptera, which also contains bees, wasps, hornets and sawflies. All hymenopteran species so far studied that have a diploid chromosome count above 52 (i.e., above 26 pairs) are ants. N. macrops earns its common names from its extremely primitive form, which has led some entomologists to look upon it as a living fossil species.
14404Largest shopping centre (total area)Dubai Mall1124000 square metre(s)United Arab Emirates, Dubai04 November 2008The largest shopping centre is the Dubai Mall, located within Downtown Dubai, UAE. Consisting of four levels and with an internal floor area of 548,127 m² (5.9 million ft²) it comprises 1,200 retail outlets and over 160 food and beverage outlets. Construction began in 2004, with the mall opening its doors on 4 November 2008.The mall includes: an aquarium, Olympic size ice rink, and a 22 screen cineplex.
14405Longest board slide on a skateboardRob DyrdekUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The longest board slide on a skateboard is 30.62 m (100 ft 5.75 in) by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
14406Most chin ups in 8 hoursStephen HylandUnited Kingdom, Stoneleigh,Surrey24 June 2007The record for the most chin ups completed in 8 hours is 3,733 and was set by Stephen Hyland (UK) in Stoneleigh, Surrey, UK, on 24 June 2007.
14407Largest cup of teaGlaxoSmithKline Beecham (Private) Ltd. for Viva4000 litre(s)Sri Lanka, Colombo09 October 2010The largest cup of tea is 4000 litres (7039.01 pt) in volume and was produced by GlaxoSmithKline Beecham (Private) Ltd (Sri Lanka) for Viva, at Burgher Recreation Club grounds in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 9 October 2010.The tea cup was named the "VIVA" tea cup. The tea cup itself measured 10 ft in height and 8 ft in width.Six 2000 watt heaters and a stirrer powered by motors and generators maintained the temperature of the tea at 75 degrees celsius.
14408Most chin ups in one minuteGuy Schott57 repetitionsUnited States, Santa Rosa20 December 2008The record for the most chin ups in one minute is 57 achieved by Guy Schott (USA) at the Sonoma YMCA in Santa Rosa, California, USA, on 20 December 2008.
14409First stigmatic priestPadre PiofirstItaly, San Giovanni Rotondo,FoggiaStigmata are bleeding wounds that appear spontaneously and inexplicably in a person´s hands (sometimes also in their feet and side), and which correspond to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus. The first stigmatic priest in the history of the Roman Catholic Church was Padre Pio (1887-1968), who spent much of his priesthood as a Capuchin priest at Our Lady of Grace Friary in San Giovanni Rotondo, near Foggia, Italy. He gained the five classic stigmata on Friday 20 September 1918, which he retained for the rest of his life, i.e. over 50 years, making him the world´s longest recorded stigmatic. His stigmata wept a large cupful of blood every day, caused him great physical pain, and never healed, but never became infected either.
1441060 years on, the categories that Guinness World Records no longer monitorsSince 1955, many Guinness World Records categories have been discontinued. Here are a few highlights.
14411Call of Duty: Black Ops’ crowned winner OF greatest videogame ending in Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition pollGuinness World Records can today reveal the Top 50 Videogame Endings of All Time as voted for by 13,519 fans of gaming. Conducted for the new Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition book, the list will cause heated debate among passionate gamers and provide further evidence of the growing sophistication and popularity of videogames. Last year's best-selling videogame, Call of Duty: Black Ops, developed by Treyarch, tops the list. The dramatic finale features a frantic shoot-out inside a submarine and provides our hero Mason the chance to take vengeance for a murdered friend. The closing sequence offers a new twist on the classic JFK conspiracy theory. Second place in the list is 2010's Halo: Reach developed by Bungie. Another First-Person Shooter, Halo: Reach takes place in the year 2552, with humanity locked in a war with the alien Covenant. During the post credits sequence the player's character, Noble Six, makes a final stand against impossible odds. Although he is eventually overwhelmed, his sacrifice ensures that the 'Master Chief' survives. Over 13 year's old, Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time takes third place in the list. One of the best loved games of all time ends in classic fashion with our iconic character defeating Ganondorf and rescuing Princess Zelda. The rest of the 50 offers a definitive list of the greatest videogame endings of all time. Notable entries include Red Dead Redemption (2010) which comes in at number 6. Rockstar's mega-hit finishes like all good Western films with retribution, revenge and bloodshed. At number 7 is Portal (Valve, 2007). The highly memorable ending breaks from tradition, with the final boss, GLaDOS, appearing to be defeated but then going on to perform a musical number titled 'Still Alive'. The song, written by nerd-folk artist Jonathan Coulton, has become a cult hit and been immortalised in numerous online tributes. Quantic Dream's highly innovative Heavy Rain (2010) makes up the 10. The game features 22 possible endings which add to the excitement of the thriller. Will your in-game choices result in the 'all round happy-ending' or will they instead lead to an ending so dark that you'll witness the deaths of most the game's major characters. Gaz Deaves, Gaming Editor for Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition said: "Everyone has an opinion on how to end a game whether it's an epic boss fight, a clever plot twist or a 90-minute movie. This list recognises some of the greatest endings and hopefully will get gamers talking about what are their favourites and why." The full list is featured in the new Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition book out now.The book is also available in a fully illustrated, full colour eBook format at Kobo and Apple's ibooks. Visit for more information. THE TOP 50 IN FULL50. Resident Evil 4 49. Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic 48. Ratchet & Clank: a Crack in Time 47. Crysis 2 46. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 45. Call of Duty: World at War 44. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II 43. Half-Life 2: Episode Tow 42. Super Metroid 41. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 40. New Super Mario Bros. Wii 39. inFamous 38. Fallout 3 37. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 36. Gears of War 2 35. Bioshock 34. Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty 33. Sonic Adventures 2 32. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater 31. Kingdom Hearts II 30. Mass Effect 29. Super Mario Galaxy 28. Sonic the Hedgehog 27. Metal Gear Solid 26. Assassin's Creed II 25. Assassin's Creed 24. Shadow of the Colossus 23. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 22. Kingdom Hearts 21. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves 20. Super Mario Galaxy 2 19. Mass Effect 2 18. Grand Theft Auto IV 17. Portal 2 16. Assassins Creed: Brotherhood 15. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time 14. Halo: Combat Evolved 13. Halo 3 12. Pokemon Black and White 11. Super Mario Bros 10. Heavy Rain 9. Final Fantasy VII 8. Metal Gear Solid 4 7. Portal 6. Red Dead Redemption 5. God of War 4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 3. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 2. Halo: Reach 1. Call of Duty: Black Ops
14412Most produced automobileFord F-series pickupUnited States01 January 2004The Ford F-series nameplate has appeared on more vehicles than any other, with more than 29.3 million F-series pickup trucks having been produced. The first in the series, the F-1, was first produced in 1948, and an F-150 truck provided the bodywork for the original Bigfoot monster truck. Between 800,000 and 900,000 F-series trucks are sold annually, largely in North America, accounting for nearly one eighth of Ford's global sales.
14413Largest golden handshakeF. Ross Johnson53800000 US dollar(s)United States, Atlanta01 February 1989The largest golden handshake ever was one of US$53.8 million given to F. Ross Johnson, who left RJR Nabisco as chairman in February 1989.
14414Largest centrifugeTsF-18 CentrifugeRussia, Star City06 January 2005The world's largest centrifuge is the TsF-18 Centrifuge at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre, Star City, Russia. It has a rotating arm 18 m (59 ft) in length and can simulate up to 30 g with a payload mass of 350 kg (770 lb).
14415Heaviest hoverable fighter planeJoint Strike Fighter F-35United States14 February 2003The heaviest fighter plane able to hover is Lockheed Martin's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter which has an empty weight of 27,000 lb (12,250 kg) and has a maximum take off weight of over 50,000 lb (22,700 kg).The first flight of the Lockheed Martin F-35 was on 24 October 2000 and features a vertically mounted 'lift fan' behind the cockpit, driven by a shaft off the engine, plus a vectored exhaust and two exhaust ducts, extending from each side of the engine to exit in the bottom of the wings. The lift fan minimizes hot exhaust ingestion back into the engine and provides up to 8,150 kg (80.1 kN/18,000 lb) of lift thrust. Each F-35 has about 5 million lines of software and has a combat range of 600 nautical miles (1,100 km). Lockheed Martin expects to build 3,000 JSFs with low-rate initial production to start in late 2006.
14416Longest submarine patrolHM Submarine WarspiteNot Applicable, South Atlantic15 March 1983The longest submerged and unsupported patrol made public is 111 days (57,085 km 30,804 nautical miles) by HM Submarine Warspite (Cdr J. G. F. Cooke RN) in the South Atlantic from 25 November 1982 to 15 March 1983.
14417First murder on televisionLee Harvey OswaldfirstUnited States, 24 November 1963The shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald (USA) ­ the man accused of killing USPresident John F. Kennedy ­ by Jack Ruby (USA) on 24 November 1963 wasbroadcast live on national television and is the first known human killingseen live on TV.
14418Most kills in professional Counter-Strike tournamentsNinjas In PyjamasNot Applicable21 July 2014As of 21 July 2014, the world's most successful Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team is Ninjas In Pyjamas (five players: "f0rest"/"GeT_RiGhT"/"Xizt"/"Fifflaren"/"friberg" – all from Sweden), which has amassed 41,436 officially recorded kills in 10,869 tournament matches.
14419First television sci-fi sitcomThe JetsonsfirstUnited States, 01 January 1962The world’s first sci-fi sitcom on television was the animated series The Jetsons (ABC, USA), which debuted in 1962.
14420Highest rated animated TV sci-fiFuturamaUnited States, San Diego25 July 2010The highest rated sci-fi animation on TV is Futurama with an average review score of 80/100 on for its 7th season.Futurama is also the most critcally acclaimed animated TV Show (al genres) currently on TV.
14421First wireless Tetris gameTetris DS (Nintendo, 2006)firstNot Applicable, 01 March 2006Tetris DS, launched in March 2006, was the first incarnation of the game to go wireless. It can support up to 10 players locally or four online via wi-fi connection.GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: First wireless Tetris game.
14422First western actress to perform kung fu on televisionDame Diane RiggUnited KingdomIn 1965, Dame Diana Rigg (UK) became the first western actress to perform kung fu on Television when the combat choreographers Ray Austin (UK) and Chee So (UK/China) worked elements of the martial art into her fight scenes on The Avengers.Certificate presentation was done on The New Paul O'Grady Show.
14423Highest freefall parachute jump (official FAI)Eugene AndreevUSSR, Saratov01 November 1962Eugene Andreev (USSR) holds the official World Air Sports Federation (FAI) record for the longest free-fall parachute jump, after falling for 24,500 m (80,380 ft) from an altitude of 25,458 m (83,523 ft) near the city of Saratov, Russia, on 1 November 1962.He jumped from a balloon. He opened his parachute at 958 m (3,143 ft).See also: Longest freefall parachute jump (unofficial).
14424Longest FA Cup tieAlvechurch, Oxford CityUK01 November 1971The FA Cup tie between Alvechurch and Oxford City (both UK) in the fourth qualifying round in November 1971 lasted for six games and 11 hours. The match results sequence was 2-2, 1-1, 1-1, 0-0, 0-0 with Alvechurch finally winning 1-0. source: FA website:
14425Fastest steam car (FIA approved)British Steam Car Team225.05 kilometre(s) per hourUnited States, Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah25 August 2009The fastest FIA-approved steam car is the "Inspiration", designed by the British Steam Car Team, which reached 225.05 km/h (139.84 mi/h), driven by Charles Burnett III (USA) at Edwards Airbase, California, USA, on 25 August 2009.We also carry a non FIA record (ID 43541) on our database which currently stands at: On 19 August 1985, Robert E. Barber broke the 79-year-old record for a steam car when Steamin' Demon, built by the Barber-Nichols Engineering Co., reached 234.331 km/h (145.607 mi/h) at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, USA. This record is, however, not FIA approved.
14426First side-scrolling beat-em-upKung-Fu Master (Irem, 1984)firstJapanThe first ever side-scrolling beat-emup was Kung-Fu Master, released in Japanese arcades in 1984. Laying down the template for the genre, Kung-Fu Master featured multiple enemies, five side-scrolling floors and a clichéd storyline that revolved around saving a girlfriend. The game was ported to numerous home computers and consoles, and has been cited as the inspiration for a number of other series in the beatem- up genre, including Final Fight and Streets of Rage.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
14427Longest reigning queen - livingQueen Elizabeth II1952/2/6 day(s)United Kingdom, London06 February 1952Currently, the longest-reigning, living queen is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (b. 21 April 1926), who succeeded to the throne on 6 February 1952 on the death of her father, King George VI.Elizabeth II is Queen of the United Kingdom and head of the Commonwealth.The year 2002 saw The Queen's Golden Jubilee, marking 50 years since The Queen's Accession .The year 2012 saw The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, marking 60 years since the Queen's Accession.Main image: Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, recieves a copy of our 50th anniversary edition from GWR President Alistair Richards
14428Oldest British Queen Consort at start of reignQueen AlexandraUK01 January 1901Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), the consort of King Edward VII (reigned 1901-10), was: 56 years 53 days at the start of her reign as Queen Consort. in 1901.
14429First public electric railwayBerlinfirstGermany, Berlin12 May 1881The first public electric railway was opened on 12 May� at Lichtervelde near Berlin, Germany. It was 2.5 km (1.5 miles) long, ran on 100V current and carried 26 passengers at 48 km/h (30 mph).
14430First married couple to reach the summit of EverestAndrej and Marija ŠtremfeljfirstUnknown, Unknown07 October 1990On 7 October 1990, Andrej and Marija Štremfelj (both Slovenia) became the first married couple to conquer Everest, climbing via the South Col.

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