Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
1441Most Sudirman Cups won by a coachLi Yongbo10 timesChina, Changsha01 November 2015The most Sudirman Cups won by a coach is 10 and was achieved by Li Yongbo (China) in the 2015 final held in Dongguan, Guangdong, China on 17 May 2015. China's wins came in 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015.
1442Fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Cube using feetGabriel Pereira Campanha28.41 second(s)Brazil, Santos26 July 2015The fastest average time to solve a Rubik's Cube using feet is 28.41 seconds, achieved by Gabriel Pereira Campanha (Brazil) at the SESC Santos 2015 held in Santos, São Paulo, Brazil, on 24-26 July 2015.The times were 29.72, 26.97, 28.53.
1443Cycling - Fastest unpaced 500m from a standing start (women’s team)Zhong Tianshi, Gong JinjieFrance, Paris18 February 2015The fastest unpaced 500 metres from a standing start by a women's team is 32.034 seconds and was achieved by Gong Jinjie and Zhong Tianshi (both China) at the UCI World Track Championship at the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome in Paris, France, on 18 February 2015. This was the first world record set at the new track in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. It was the second time that Gong Jinjie had held this record, having done so previously with a different partner – Guo Shuang – in a record set at the London Olympics in 2012.
1444Most wins on the UCI World Tour by a teamMovistar Team3 a unit not listed belowNot Applicable, The most wins on the UCI World Tour by a team is three by Movistar Team (Spain), who won the competition consecutively from 2013–15. The UCI World Tour is an annual road cycling tour made up of 28 events. Alejandro Valverde of Movistar Team has been individual champion in 2014 and 2015, helping them win the team title. No other team has won the title more than once.
1445Fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube using feetJakub Kipa20.57 second(s)Poland, Radomsko28 June 2015The fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube using the feet is 20.57 sec and was achieved by Jakub Kipa (Poland) at the Radomsko Cube Theory 2015 held in Radomsko, Poland, on 27-28 June 2015.The record was verified by the World Cube Association.
1446Highest annual earnings for a golfer (current year)Phil Mickelson51,000,000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 30 June 2015Claiming a record long held by Tiger Woods (USA), fellow American golfer Phil Mickelson earned an estimated $51 million (£32.4 million) between June 2014 and June 2015, according to Forbes. More than $40 million of this income was made up of lucrative endorsement deals with partners such as Rolex, Exxon Mobil and Barclays. Woods was just one place below Mickelson in Forbes' annual list, taking home an estimated $50.5 million (£32.1 million).
1447Most people on a single pair of skisSt1130 peopleFinland, Lahti11 February 2016The most people on a single pair of skis is 130 and was achieved by St1 (Finland), in Lahti, Finland, on 11 February 2016. The event was set up by St1 as a surprise for its employees to challenge, inspire, motivate and strengthen team spirit.
1448Fastest serve of a tennis ball (female)
1449Most expensive jewelGraff PinkSwitzerland, Geneva16 November 2010On 16 November 2010 at Sotheby’s Geneva, the Graff Pink, a Fancy Intense Pink diamond weighing 24.78 carats, sold for CHF 45,442,500 (US$46,158,674 £28,757,507), including buyer’s premium, establishing a new world auction record both for a diamond and for any jewel.Not much is known of the history of the diamond. Sold in 1950 by Harry Winston to a private collector, it remained nameless until British diamond dealer Laurence Graff bought it at the 2010 auction and named it Graff Pink. It was mounted on a silver ring and set between smaller shield-shaped diamonds. However, it displayed 25 natural flaws, so Graff improved the potentially flawless diamond by polishing off only a few points. The result was a 23.88-carat Fancy Vivid Pink, emerald-cut, internally flawless diamond.
1450Fiji Airways
1451HP offering Business Show visitors a chance to set a record at London ExCel centrePC manufacturer Hewlett-Packard's Officejet Pro X 576dw printer recently scored a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for fastest time to print 500 sheets by a colour desktop printer.To celebrate the achievement, HP are offering members of the public the chance to set a record of their own at the Business Show expo which is taking place at the ExCel exhibition centre in London this Thursday and Friday.As well as being able to check out HP's latest printing and PC products, visitors to their booth will also get a chance to attempt potentially record-setting challenges with an official Guinness World Records adjudicator on hand throughout the day.The HP booth will be located stand at Stand 940 during The Business Show. For more information on the event, head to www.greatbritishbusinessshow.co.uk/HP's Officejet Pro X 576dw was confirmed as being a record-breaking printer earlier this year after printing 500 sheets in a benchmark-setting time of 7 minutes and 19.25 seconds during a test in Vancouver, Washington.
1452Largest digital photo exhibition unveiled in Mexico CityThe largest digital photo exhibition was unveiled this month in Mexico City, Mexico.Consisting of 115,117 individual photographs, the exhibition was collected by Herdez of Grupo Herdez with the help of families across Mexico at the Monumento a la Revolución.Herdez collected the photos for just over 3 months with the theme of 'family', as they wanted Mexican families to participate (forming one big Mexican family). The photos were stored digitally where they were counted with any duplicates or unsuitable photos discounted.The exhibition itself took place at the Monumento a la Revolución, one of the main landmarks in Mexico City. All the photos passed through screens for the public to see, and the event included a video presentation on a huge LED screen, showcasing the best photos."This is a very important record that sends a positive message of family," said Ralph Hannah, representative for Guinness World Records Latin America. "Individually it is just the simple act of taking a photo but when you combine this on a large scale it has the power to be something really special."The day of the exhibition included a free concert by Vazquez Sounds, pre-teen siblings made famous by their YouTube cover of Adele's Rolling in the Deep.
1453Video: Happie the incredible skateboarding goatHappie the goat lives with Melody Cooke and her family in Fort Myers, Florida, USA. There, the Nigerian dwarf cross has taken the opportunity to hone her gnarly skateboarding skills.On 4 March 2012, she hopped on a board and travelled 36 m (118 ft), setting a record for the farthest distance skateboarding by a goat - a distance she covered in 25 seconds.Happie could have gone farther during her attempt but she hit a parking barrier.Recalling the day she first became aware of Happie's talent, Melody says: ‘She figured out how to get on and “woah” this is amazing the goat can skateboard. Let me see how far I can go with this’.‘After she became a Guinness World Record skateboarder, she’s become a bit of a diva.’videoThe Guinness World Records 2014 book edition is on sale now at all major retailers. Find a full list here. Three iBooks are also available now at the iTunes store: "Awesome Animals," (free download), "Colossal Constructions," and "Incredible People."
1454Letter from Down Under: Hugging it out and cooking up a stormChris Sheedy is an official Guinness World Records adjudicator based in Australia. In a new feature on the site, Chris takes a look over some Officially Amazing events that have recently taken place across Australia and New Zealand.It’s been an emotional few months here in the land of Oz, with two major hugging records in close succession. But they were well and truly balanced out by the fists of fury in the world’s largest boxing lesson.In a part of the world where records usually involve sport, fitness, outdoor adventure and other such admirable, active and sweaty pursuits, it has been a refreshing change to experience several liberal doses of red-hot romance recently.It began when I found myself choked up with emotion in a Fiji Airways A330. We were at 41,000 feet above the north island of New Zealand, about to head north to Nadi in Fiji, when an on-board wedding began.I had originally expected the applicants for the world’s highest altitude wedding to have perhaps participated for a joke, or as a result of a dare, or for a free holiday in Fiji. But instead I found five couples who were bringing new meaning to the phrase ‘love is in the air’. They were as in the moment as they would have been in a chapel.videoTo be an invited guest, and a witness, at their weddings in the intimate confines of a business class cabin, I realised, was a great and special honour. And for a Guinness World Records adjudicator who had attended in the not-so-distant past a tyre-shredding attempt at the biggest simultaneous burnout (68 cars at the Summernats, Australia’s biggest revhead event - see clip below), it was certainly a different experience!videoMore recently I was again reminded of the passion and excitement that comes with a world record attempt. It was during the final stage of the longest marathon hug in Sydney’s Darling Harbour. Seven cuddling couples - all of whom were bleary eyed and suffering lower back pain, aching feet and crippling muscle cramps in their shoulders, necks and legs - gazed sleepily out at the iconic harbour view. They had hugged for over 25 hours and looked a little bit like they’d had enough.But as the 15-minute countdown to 26 hours began they bucked up and began to smile. They held each other more closely and looked into their partners’ eyes, enjoying each other’s company and revelling in the moment.“I had thought this record was a bit silly,” said a woman next to me in the early morning audience. “But now I see what it’s all about. It’s lovely!”And it was. The seven surviving couples, from an original group of 12 pairs, had just achieved something that nobody else in the world had ever done. Plus they now had a brilliant story to tell their families and friends and, perhaps later on, their children. That day their love was sealed. Either that or they’d now never want to see each other again…A few weeks later a charming TV star by the name of Carrie Bickmore, pictured above, delighted many of her fans when she offered them free hugs, as long as they were quick. The event, at a children’s hospital in Sydney, saw two failed attempts at the most hugs in 60 seconds by Fiona Sutton, National Director of Children's Hospitals. The number to beat was 75 hugs and after her attempts at the surprisingly physical record, Fiona moved over to give Carrie a shot. Sixty seconds and 77 hugs later, Carrie was the southern hemisphere’s newest record holder.After all of that amorous behaviour it was almost a relief to join the pugilistic hordes at the largest boxing class.Guy Leech, a legendary Aussie ironman and regular breaker of mass participation fitness records - and the healthiest looking 50-year-old on the planet - added another certificate to his trophy room when 508 people turned up to hook and jab their way to a new world record.videoThe previous record, also broken in Sydney, had stood at 452.The month ended with a flash of bulbs as Priceline Pharmacy brought together 279 of their most passionate Sisterhood (the brand’s charity) supporters to take photos of themselves. The record was the longest selfie chain, and after a long and suspenseful wait to find out whether enough happy snappers would show up to break the record the selfies, of the ‘photographer’ and the person next to them, began.videoTwo hours later the record was broken, but only just. At 267, the previous record had been bettered by 12 people.That very same morning in another part of Sydney, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day kicked off with a world record when supermarket group Woolworths brought together 2,150 school children for the most participants in a cookery lesson. The resulting meal was a tasty end to an officially amazing period of record breaking Down Under.
1455Le Burger Extravagant named world's most expensive hamburgerNew York City restaurant Seredipity 3 unveiled the world's most expensive hamburger, Le Burger Extravagant, this week. Le Burger Extravagant sells for $295.00 (£186.52). Made from white truffle butter-infused Japanese Wagyu beef, the burger is topped with James Montgomery cheddar cheese, black truffles and a fried quail egg. It is served on a gold-dusted campagna roll spread with white truffle butter, and the roll is topped with a blini, creme fraiche and caviar. Serendipity 3 is a popular Manhattan restaurant, and has been featured in several films, including 2001's romantic comedy Serendipity.
1456Video: Bikini parade world record beaten in FloridaA group of 450 scantily-clad women marched to a new world record in Florida yesterday, where a new benchmark was set for the largest ever bikini parade. Participants were made up of a mix of locals and spring break holiday makers from across the States, with some coming from as far Alaska to don a two-piece outfit and take part in the one mile parade along Panama City Beach. The new record beat a benchmark of 357 set on the Gold Coast of Australia last October."We are thrilled to have challenged and broken the record for the World's Largest Bikini Parade" Dan Rowe, president of the Panama City Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau said told the the Orlando Sentinel.videoPhilip Robertson, Guinness World Records adjudicator, told news channel WJHG: 'This is not something you see every day, the organization to put this together was incredible.' While a celebration of fun, the event also backed a serious cause, with the event raising $1,000 for Beach Care Services, a local charity that provides assistance to those in need.* To see more pictures from the record-breaking Panama City Beachbikini parade, head to our new Flickr page at http://www.flickr.com/photos/guinness-world-records
1457New longest tunnel kiln record set in IndiaA red hot record was broken in India last month when a new benchmark was set for the longest tunnel kiln.Situated at Carbonyx Technologies' enormous First Carbon Technologies industrial plant near Dahej in Gujarat State, the architectural masterpiece was confirmed to measure 720 Feet (219 Meter 45 in).The figure was verified by Guinness World Records adjudicator Nikhil Shukla along with an independent qualified surveyor.The industrial furnace is used to to convert coal into a a coke substitute known as cokonyk and can reach temperatures of up to an incredible 1300 Degrees Celsius.
1458Top Gear drives its way into into Guinness World Records 2013 editionMotoring show Top Gear has been crowned the world's Most widely watched factual TV programme in the new Guinness World Record 2013 Edition book.The show's incredible audience covers 212 territories around the world from Ghana to Guatemala, Moldova to Myanmar.The BBC show originally began life in 1977 as a conventional motoring magazine programme.Following a relaunch in 2002, the show adopted a more quirky, humorous and sometimes controversial style, with the programme's now familiar presenter line-up of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May in place a year later.Among the show's many favourite features is Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, which sees a variety of celebrities taking to the show's test track in cheap cars in an attempt to set a quick lap time, and The Stig - the show's infamous test driver whose identity has long been a closely-guarded secret.Accepting the Guinness World Records 2013 book on behalf of the show, Clarkson said: "I am very proud to be involved in such a factual programme."
1459Players needed for BBC 5-a-side football record attemptUK radio stations BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Radio Sheffield are to attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the "most players in a five-a-side exhibition football match in a 24-hour period".Fighting Talk presenter Colin Murray, pictured above, and former Blackburn Rovers and Wales football star Robbie Savage will play in the final leg of the record attempt.The event will also raise money for BBC charity Children in Need."It's time for the FT panellists to put their boots where their mouths are," Savage said."If they don't, then I will because I have been the butt of most of their jokes."The current record is 441 players in an event organised by Panini Comics in Paris, France, in January 2011.Murray, who also presents MOTD2 on BBC One, said: "It's great that we are trying to break the world record and all for a good cause, but I am doing it mainly to get a kick at Robbie."Hopefully the FT listeners will come along and cheer us on."On the day, each player taking part in the '5-live-a-side' will get a minimum of 10 minutes on the pitch and the lucky ones will be able to show off their skills against the BBC presenters, celebrities and former professional footballers.The game will run continuously for 24 hours with Guinness World Record adjudicators keeping a close eye on proceedings.The 5-live-a-side challenge will take place from from 2pm Friday 12 October to 2pm Saturday 13 October at The Sheffield United Academy, Fishill Crescent (just off Shirecliffe Road) in Sheffield. It doesn't matter how good you are or whether you're in a team or not, if you'd like to take part all you have to do is sign-up at the 5 live website ( www.bbc.co.uk/5live) and select your preferred time-slot.Registration opens at 8.50am on Friday 21 September and places are limited, so be quick to make sure you're in with a chance of becoming a record breaker. It is free to register your interest in being part of the 5-live-a-side challenge, but players are encouraged to make a donation to BBC Children In Need.
1460Basketball fans clap their way to high five record in Las VegasFrom Morgan Wilber in Las Vegas, USASaint Mary and Gonzaga supporters rushed into the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on earlier this month for the Zappos.com West Coast Conference (WCC) Men's Championship game.To the fans surprise, they were not there to just cheer on their college basketball team, but would also take part in a Guinness World Records attempt for the most people performing a high five simultaneously. With Zappos.com being the main sponsor for the basketball tournament, they decided this year to not just sponsor the game, but amplify their involvement by engaging the crowds through record breaking fun. The record to beat was 2,176 participants performing a high five simultaneously. Not a small number to beat, but a challenge the team at Zappos.com was willing to face.The Orleans stadium seats around 5,800 people and the stands were nearly full that night. With much planning, several record announcements, a demonstration of a proper high five on the court during half time, and a practice run for everyone in the arena, the participants were ready for the record attempt. I was present as the official adjudicator, but had numerous witnesses to help me count. We all had designated sections to count and witness the actual high five gesture. The game was extremely close, with only a few points difference, cultivating immense excitement and competition amongst the crowd. At a break during the second half, we geared up and the packed stands took a moment to find a buddy prepare and when the buzzer sounded for the five second time frame, the participants throughout the arena raised their arms and simultaneously slapped a high five. It was quite remarkable to witness and hear the noise of a high five made by thousands. After final counts were collected, I was able to announce a new Guinness World Records feat by Zappos.com and all of the participants present at the Orleans Arena with 3,504 people performing a high five simultaneously.
1461Largest ukelele ensemble strums together in JapanYokohama, Japan became home to the world's largest ukulele ensemble last week when a record 2,134 people strummed a song on their ukeleles.The ensemble played "Aloha Mahalo a Hui Ho", a song written by former sumo wrestler Konishiki.Konishiki joined the event on stage, and was counted as one of the participants.The record attempt was part of Ukulele Picnic Week, which also featured hula dancing.Previously, the record for the largest ukulele ensemble consisted of 1,547 participants during an event in Helsingborg, Sweden last year.
1462Do you want to break a world record on TV?A top rated cable network is teaming up with Guinness World Records to smash current records and set all new ones. If you're 18 years or older, live in the United States and think you have what it takes to break a record then we want YOU! Just email your name, age, state, phone number and a description of the record you plan to set to GWR2.0casting@highnoontv.com for more information!
1463New dumpling eating record set at New York festivalA new speed eating benchmark was established at the weekend when a new record was set for most dumplings eaten in two minutes during a food festival in New York.Local resident Seth Grudberg managed to guzzle an incredible 18 of the Asian appetizers within the allotted time period during a contest at the 3 rd Annual Tang's Natural Dumpling Festival in downtown Manhattan.Speed eating competitions have become a fixture of the festival over the past few years, but this year organisers Chef One, a local Asian food company, decided to see if any contestants could officially set a Guinness World Records title.With dumpling eating a new category for Guinness World Records, a minimum target was set at eight dumplings being eaten in two minutes for a record to be set.The guidelines for this record state that contenders are not permitted to drink any water during the attempt or use any condiments on the dumplings.Additionally, the dumplings have to be consumed one at a time - participants had to open their mouths following each dumpling to show the previous one was completely swallowed.Twelve brave visitors to the festival decided to participate in the attempt and were brought out in 3 groups of 4.The amount of dumplings consumed by the participants ranged from seven to an amazing 17, but no one could match Seth's record breaking display.While he mortgage loan processor is new to speed eating, he has already achieved some early success with his new-found talent. "I recently last month entered my first eating contest, at Fairway on the Upper West Side and won a $100 gift card for eating 50 blueberry pancakes in 10 minutes", he revealed. Seth, who only found out about the competition the day before, admitted setting a world record had fulfilled a lifelong dream "I entered the contest because I grew up reading the Guinness World Records book every year, but I never dreamed I would hold a world record - it feels amazingly great."This year's festival featured dumplings from all over the world, showcasing regional variations from Korea, Ukraine, China, India, France, Italy, Portugal and America.Visitors paid a fee to sample the wide variety of pot stickers, with all proceeds going to the Food Bank For New York City.video
1464World's largest smoothie served at University of IllinoisThe University of Illinois achieved a record breaking delight last Friday by creating 330 gallons of smoothie. On a hot and humid first day of school for several thousand freshman and returners at the university, dining staff staff created the ideal treat - a giant quantity of strawberry and pineapple smoothie that provided enough for all students.Beginning at 8:30 am, staff began blending 600 pounds of strawberries, 960 pounds of yogurt and 105 gallons of pineapple juice. Stationed inside a refrigerated truck outside the university's Memorial Stadium, the team of blenders worked in a well organised production line to blitz through the ingredients and four hours later had transferred the smoothie mixture into a measuring tank festooned in University of Illinois colours. At 12:30pm an adjudicator for Guinness World Records concluded measuring the 1,249 liters (330 US gallons) of smoothie and announced that a record had been achieved. Orange and blue balloons were released into the sky, air horns were sounded while local Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps rang a bell to celebrate the occasion. Moments later the thirsty crowd of several thousand gathered around the measuring tank was able to literally taste a new Guinness World Record for the largest smoothie.
1465Video: Watch incredible footage of the world's biggest basketball shotGuinness World Records has today approved a new record for the greatest height for a successful basketball shot.Australian sharp-shooter Kyle Nebel managed to score from an incredible height of 66.89 m (219 ft 5 in) from the top of a light tower at the Western Australian Cricket Ground earlier this year.Kyle and three teammates from the 'How Ridiculous' team of basketball trick shot artists spent more than two and a half hours attempting shots from the tower before his successful attempt.video
1466Film fans celebrate 25th anniversary of Ferris Bueller release with world recordFrom Mike Janela in ChicagoWhether they like to admit it or not, everybody has a little Ferris Bueller in them - the urge to kick back, get away, and take it easy once in a while. Because, as Ferris said, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."This carefree attitude helped make "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" a movie smash upon its release in 1986 and a cherished classic in the years after.So beloved, in fact, that the deal-a-day organization Groupon was able to get a crowd of more than 9,000 to an outdoor screening of the film at Chicago's historic Wrigley Field in celebration of the movie's 25 th anniversary. If you recall, Chicago is where Ferris and his friends enjoyed the best day of their lives in the film.As part of the festivities, a smaller contingent within the general audience was tasked with attempting a Guinness World Records feat for the "most people singing in a round." For those of you unfamiliar, singing in a round is when two or more groups sing the same song but begin at different times, leading to a harmonious discord made famous in many renditions of nursery rhymes like "Row, Row, Row Your Boat."Groupon decided to have its chosen record attempters sing "Danke Schoen," one of Ferris Bueller's favorite songs and made famous during the legendary parade scene from the movie, seen here:videoIn the end, a total of 897 participants crooned in the round about how they recall Central Park in fall before settling in to enjoy the film screening. Among the witnesses helping assist me with verifying the musical quality was Jimmy Chamberlain, Chicago local and former drummer for The Smashing Pumpkins, who couldn't help but suppress a smile as the crowds sang in unison.Having already successfully organized a record-breaking attempt for the largest speed dating event in Chicago earlier this year, Groupon proved its record-worthy mettle in securing a second GWR certificate for the Windy City.And that's something even Ferris Bueller would pay attention to.
1467Video of the Week: Most Passes Through a Toilet Seat (One Minute)Each week here on Guinnessworldrecords.com we hunt through our archive to bring you an incredible record breaking video clip.This week's video is from a recording in April this year of Italian prime time show Lo Show Dei Record, and sees Ilker Cevik from Turkey setting a new benchmark for the most times to pass through a toilet seat in one minute.videoTo see the more Guinness World Records Video of the Week clips, click here.
1468Fastest crossing of Ireland by kick scooter (female)This record is for the fastest crossing of Ireland by kick scooter.This record is to be attempted by a female individual.This record is measured in days, hours, minutes and seconds.The attempt must start at the weather station in Malin Head and finish at the lighthouse at Mizen Head (or vice versa). For the purposes of this record, a kick scooter is defined as a small platform with two or more wheels that is propelled by a rider pushing off the ground with her own body strength.
1469Mitsubishi
1470Largest jubaopenThis record is for the largest jubaopen (also known as a treasure bowl), in terms of overall physical size.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team of unlimited size.This record is measured in metres and centimetres, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in feet and inches.For the purpose of this record, a jubaopen comes from traditional Chinese folklore. It is believed to be able to create unlimited riches, and sometimes great sorrow for its owner. Its image has became a popular symbol of good fortune nowadays.

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