Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

14641Rarest trading card1996 World Champion, Shichifukujin DragonAustralia, Query01 January 2011The title of ‘world’s rarest trading card’ is split between two quite distinct cards: the 1996 World Champion and the Shichifukujin Dragon. Only one specimen of each card exists anywhere in the world. The 1996 World Champion was given to Tom Chanpheng (Australia) in 1996 and all other copies of it, along with the printing plates, were ceremoniously destroyed at the end of that year’s World tournament. The Shichifukujin Dragon, created to celebrate the opening of the DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan, is also the only one of its kind in existence. In Japanese mythology, ‘Shichifukujin’ is the name given to the Seven Deities of Good Fortune.
14642Narrowest America's Cup finishing marginAlinghi (SUI)Not Applicable03 July 2007The closest finish in an America Cup race was on 3 July, 2007, when Alinghi (SUI) crossed the finish line 1 second ahead of Emirates Team New Zealand (NZL) to win the 32nd Cup 5 – 2.
14643Least common language
14644Shortest tribeMbutsi tribeZaireThe smallest pygmies are the Mbutsi from Zaire, with an average height of 1.37 m (4 ft 6 in) for men and 1.35 m (4 ft 5 in) for women, with some groups averaging only 1.32 m (4 ft 4 in) for men and 1.24 m (4 ft 1 in) for women.According to medical research, pygmy children are not significantly shorter than the children of other tribes. But they do not grow in adolescence because they produce only a limited amount of the hormone called insulin-like growth factor (IGF).
14645Fastest speed skating 1,500 m (male)Shani DavisUnited States, Salt Lake City11 December 20091:41.04 Shani Davis (USA) Salt Lake City, Utah, USA11 Dec 2009Shani Davis (USA) skates during the ISU World Cup Speed Skating Championships at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns, Salt Lake City, USA. Here he finished the 1,500,m in a time of 1,min 41.04,sec. He holds two more records: the ,big combination, (with 145.742 points), which he has held since March 2006, and the 1,000,m (in 1,min 6.42,sec).
14646Fastest speed skating 1,000 m (male)Shani Davis1/06.42 minute(s), second(s)United States, Salt Lake City07 March 20091:06.42 Shani Davis (United States) Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States 7 March 2009.
14647Fastest run 1,000 metres (female) (indoors)Maria Mutola2/30.94 minute(s), second(s)Sweden, Stockholm25 February 19991,000 m2:30.94Maria Mutola (Mozambique)Stockholm, Sweden25 February 1999
14648Fastest run 1,500 metres (male) (indoors)Hicham El Guerrouj3/31.18 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Stuttgart02 February 19971,500 m3:31.18Hicham El Guerrouj (Morocco)Stuttgart, Germany2 February 1997
14649Fastest run 1,000 metres (male) (indoors)Wilson Kipketer2/14.96 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham20 February 20001,000 m2:14.96Wilson Kipketer (Denmark)Birmingham, West Midlands, UK20 February 2000
14650Most consecutive years of UK No.1 singlesRihannafirst, 01 January 2011Rihanna is the first female artist to have UK No.1 singles in five consecutive years (2007–11).
14651Most US no.1 LPs in the shortest timeGleeUnited KingdomThe cast of the TV series Glee (USA) had three No.1 albums in the US in just eight weeks between 8 May 2010 and 26 June 2010: Glee: The Music, The Power Of Madonna (EP) Glee: The Music, Volume 3: Showstoppers and Glee: The Music, Journey To Regionals (EP).
14652Fastest run 1,000 metres (female)Svetlana Masterkova2/28.98 minute(s), second(s)Belgium, Brussels23 August 19962:28.98Svetlana Masterkova (Russia)Brussels, Belgium23 August 1996
14653Fastest run 1,000 metres (male)Noah Ngeny2/11.96 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rieti05 September 19992:11.96Noah Ngeny (Kenya)Rieti, Italy5 September 1999
14654Fastest run 1,500 metres (male)Hicham El Guerrouj3/26.00 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rome14 July 19983:26.00Hicham El Guerrouj (Morocco)Rome, Italy14 July 1998
14655Longest duration human-powered rotorcraft flightGamera II1/5.1 minute(s), second(s)United States, Landover28 August 2012Colin Gore kept the University of Maryland’s (both USA) “Gamera II” human-powered rotorcraft aloft for 1 min 5.1 sec at Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland, on 28 August 2012.Gore's record attempt was made "with lessons learned from the previous year's flights and a much lighter airframe". The record was set indoors.
14656First driver to earn US$1 million purse for winning Indianapolis 500Emerson FittipaldifirstUnited States, 01 January 1989Emerson Fittipaldi (Brazil) and Patrick Racing, whose winner’s share was US$1,001,604 (then £610,978) became the first driver and team to earn $1 million (then £610,000) in one year for winning the Indianapolis 500, in 1989.NB: Fittipaldi and his team shared the amount, so not $1 million each.
14657Fastest 1,000 km ultra distance track (male)Yiannis Kouros136/17/00 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, Colac01 December 1984136:17:00 Yiannis Kouros (Greece) Colac, Victoria, Australia 26 November–1 December 1984
14658Most wins on BlazBlue: Continuum Shift in 1 hourKyle 'Kyzertron' DixonUK, London30 October 2010The most wins against human opponents on BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (Arc System Works, 2009) in 1 hour is 30, achieved by Kyle 'Kyzertron' Dixon at the MCM Expo, London, UK, on 30 October 2010.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
14659First time win for #1 car - NASCAR Truck SeriesTed MusgravefirstUnited States, 01 January 2005Ted Musgrave (USA) won his first NASCAR title, taking the 2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series championship. It was the first time a vehicle carrying the number ¡§1¡¨ won a NASCAR championship in any of NASCAR¡¦s three national touring series.
14660Speed Skating, Short-track, 1,500 m (women)Zhou Yang2/16.729 minute(s), second(s)United States, Salt Lake City09 February 20082:16.729Zhou Yang (China) Salt Lake City, USA 09 February 2008
14661Fastest completion of Demon's Souls (Sony, 2009) Level 1Fred Vasquez4/44 minute(s), second(s)Canada, British Columbia09 August 2010The fastest completion of the first level of Demon's Souls took just 4 min 44 sec, and was achieved by Fred Vasquez (Canada) at his home in British Columbia, Canada, on 9 August 2010.
14662Fastest 1,000 km ultra distance track (women)Eleanor RobinsonAustralia, Nanango18 March 19987 days 01:28:29 Eleanor Robinson (UK) Nanango, Queensland, Australia 18 March 1998
14663Fastest 1,000 miles ultra distance track (men)Peter SilkinasAustralia, Nanango23 March 199811 days 13:54:58 Peter Silkinas (Lithuania) (also written Piotr Silikin)Nanango, Queensland, Australia 11–23 March 1998
14664Fastest 1,000 miles ultra distance track (women)Eleanor RobinsonAustralia, Nanango23 March 199813 days 01:54:02 Eleanor Robinson (UK) Nanango, Queensland, Australia 11–23 March 1998
14665Oldest US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart hit to reach No.1Natasha BedingfieldUnited States03 March 2007UK singer Natasha Bedingfield's recording of 'Unwritten' topped the US Adult Contemporary chart on 3 March 2007 - its 51st week on that chart.
14666Most melons smashed in 1 minute (Guinness World Records: The Video Game)Romaap13 December 2008198 melons smashed, Romaap, 13 December 2008
14667Fastest completion of Vagrant Story (Square, 2000)Rodrigo LopesBrazil, Penha23 August 2005The fastest completion of Vagrant Story was achieved in 1 hr 41 min by Rodrigo Lopes (Brazil) in Penha, Brazil and verified by Twin Galaxies on 23 August 2005.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
14668Shortest player in NHL ice hockeyBrian GiontaUnited StatesAt 1.69 m (5 ft 7 in), forward Brian Gionta (USA) of the New Jersey Devils (USA) is the shortest active player in the league.
14669Largest collection of tea glass holdersSergey Kruglov1,921 piecesRussian Federation, Moscow11 April 2015The largest collection of tea glass holders consists of 1,921 different items and belongs to Sergey Kruglov (Russia), as verified in Moscow, Russia, on 11 April 2015.One of Sergey's favourite types of tea glass holders originates from a factory based in Leningrad (now Saint-Petersburg, Russia), which manufactured tea glass holders with enamel in the 1950s. He has been collecting tea glass holders for the past 10 years.
14670Largest display of bonsai treesBohtai GardenChina, Taipei17 January 2015The largest display of bonsai trees is 1,458 and was achieved by Bohtai Garden (Chinese Taipei) in Beitou District, Taipei, Chinese Taipei on 17 January 2015.

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