Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

14671Most people in a decorated hat competitionJosé Pinto1,343 participantsPortugal, Braga16 October 2015The most people in a decorated hat competition is 1,343, at an event organised by AMUTER/Município de Vila Verde (Portugal), in Braga, Portugal, on 16 October 2015. The record attempt took place at a annual harvest festival in Braga, Portugal. Over 2500 were present for the record attempt, including children from local schools, townspeople and agricultural workers.
14672Continuous power plant operationStanwell Corporation LimitedAustralia, Rockhampton16 August 2002Stanwell Corporation's Unit 4 at the Stanwell Power Station, Queensland, Australia, operated continuously from 8 September 1999 to 16 August 2002. This gives a total continuous operation time of 1073 days 1 hour.
14673Largest bovine meat consumption per capitaUruguayUruguay01 January 2010According to the United States Department of Agriculture, Uruguay was the largest per capita consumer of beef and veal in the world during 2010, at approximately 62.1 kilograms (136 lb, 14.51 oz) per person.
14674Longest driverless metro lineDubai Metro Red LineUnited Arab Emirates, DubaiThe longest driverless metro line is the Dubai Metro Red Line which is 52.1 km (32.37 mi) in length and is located in Dubai, UAE, as of 23 May 2011.Dubai Metro's second line, Green line is 22.5 km (13.98 mi) which when combined with the Red Line will make it longer than the Vancouver Skytrain.
14675Highest rate of murder per capita (country), 100,000 peopleHondurasHonduras01 January 2013According to the Economist, the country with the most homicides per capita is Honduras in Central America. With 82.1 murders per 100,000 people, Honduras is an increasingly dangerous place.
14676Heaviest stilts walked withDoug Hunt62.1 kilogram(s)Canada, 14 September 2002The heaviest stilts ever walked with weighed a collective 62.1 kg (137 lb). Doug Hunt (Canada) was able to take 29 steps unaided with the 15.56 m (50 ft 9 in) tall stilts on 14 September 2002.
14677Most powerful space-based nuclear explosionStarfish PrimeUnited States Outlying Islands, Johnston Island,Pacific Ocean09 July 1962A 1.45 megaton nuclear explosion occurred in space 399 km. (248 miles) above Johnston Island in the Pacific Ocean on July 9, 1962. The 755 kg. (1665 pound) warhead was launched by the US Air Force using a Thor Missile. Codenamed Starfish Prime, the explosion was more than 100 times more powerful than the Hiroshima blast and formed its own artificial aurora. The height of the detonation is equivalent to the orbital altitude of the present-day Space Shuttle.
14678Youngest winner of the Daytona 500Trevor BayneUnited States, Daytona Beach20 February 2011The youngest person to win the NASCAR Daytona 500 is Trevor Bayne (USA), who won the "Great American Race" at the age of 20 years and 1 day in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, on 20 February 2011. Bayne became the first driver since Lee Petty in 1959 to win the race on his first attempt, although Petty possessed an advantage as his win came in the first-ever running of the race!
14679Largest tree-dwelling mammalOrang- utanMalaysia, Borneo01 January 2004The largest arboreal mammal is the orang-utan which lives in the canopy of tropical rainforests in Borneo and Sumatra. Bornean orang-utan (Pongo pygmaeus) and Sumatran orang-utan (P. abelii) males typically weigh 83 kg (183 lb) and measure 1.5 m (5 ft) tall. They have opposable toes on their feet and use their arm span of approximately 2 m (6 ft) to swing between branches and feed off fruit, small leaves and tree-bark. Being lighter (37 kg or 81 lb), the females usually build nests in the trees, whereas the adult males sleep on the ground.The Malay word 'orang-utan' means 'man of the forest'. There are believed to be 10,000-12,000 Bornean orang-utans in the wild, and even less of the critically endangered fellow sub-species the Sumatran orang-utan
14680Most corrupt countryNorth Korea, SomaliaSomalia01 January 2014In 2013, the independent and non-governmental organization Transparency International – the global coalition against corruption – stated that the world's most corrupt country was Somalia. In 2014, the same group stated that Somalia and North Korea were the joint holders of this title.
14681Most searched for sportsman on the internet (current)Lamar OdomNot Applicable17 December 2015According to Google's annual report of the year's biggest online trends, basketball player Lamar Odom (USA) was the most searched-for athlete in 2015, as well as the most searched-for person overall. The husband of reality TV star Khloé Kardashian hit the headlines after being hospitalized in October, which sparked his peak traffic of the year. The top 10 most searched-for people on Google in 2015 were: 1. Lamar Odom (USA) 2. Ronda Rousey (USA) 3. Caitlyn Jenner (USA) 4. Adele Adkins (UK) 5. Charlie Sheen (USA) 6. Ruby Rose (Australia) 7. Donald Trump (USA) 8. Sia Furler (Australia) 9. Dakota Johnson (USA) 10. Jeremy Clarkson (UK)
14682Largest internal organLiverThe largest organ in the human body, the adult liver can weigh between 1.2 - 1.5 kg (2.64 - 3.3 lb) - about one thirty-sixth of the total body weight. Located behind the lower ribs and below the diaphragm, it performs over 100 separate bodily functions and can measure up to 22 cm (8.6 in) long and 10 cm (3.9 in) wide.The liver is also the largest gland in the body.
14683Fastest time to drink 500 ml waterTim Cocker1.75 seconds second(s)United Kingdom, Manchester09 December 2014The fastest time to drink 500ml water is 1.75 seconds, and was achieved by Tim Cocker (UK), during the XFM Breakfast Show in London, UK, on 9 December 2014.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: xfmbreakfast):
14684Largest bottle of liquid soapCLEAR ShampooSaudi Arabia, Jeddah28 March 2012The largest bottle of shampoo measured 5.91 m x 1.79 m (19 ft 5 in x 5 ft 10 in) and was produced by CLEAR, Binzagr Unilever Factory, and displayed at Red Sea Mall, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 28 March 2012.
14685Largest serving of tacos
14686Most cartwheels in one hourIvan KoveshnikovUnited States, Portland13 August 2007The most cartwheels in one hour is 1,714 by Ivan Koveshnikov (USA) at the Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland, Oregon, USA, on 13 August 2007.
14687The Avengers sets new world record for the fastest $1 billion box office grossWith superhuman speed, The Avengers has flown past the previous world record to take in the fastest $1 billion box office film gross. The film passed the $1 billion mark 10 days after its release in the US and most other countries. The Avengers also recently set another Guinness World Record for the biggest US box office opening weekend, when it pulled in $200.3 million (£124.2 million) in ticket sales. The superhero film is produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, and Samuel L Jackson all star in the Joss Whedon-directed production. The previous record holder, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, passed the $1 billion mark at the international box office after nine weeks and four days following its release in December 2003.
14688First driver to win: the Indianapolis 500, the Daytona 500 and Formula 1 world titleMario AndrettifirstUnited States, 01 January 1978Mario Andretti (USA) is the only racer to win the Indianapolis 500 (1969), Daytona 500 (1967), and a Formula 1 world title (1978). The most versatile driver racing has ever known, Andretti has won on paved ovals, road courses, and dirt tracks in the same season four different times. Andretti’s 52 IndyCar victories is second on the all-time list, and he also won 12 Formula 1 races. During his career, Andretti was Indy car driving champion four times.
14689Fastest completion of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Wii VC) Emerald Hill Zone 1
14690Most cucumbers harvested from one plant in one yearWalt Disney World CompanyUnited States, Lake Buena Vista05 July 2006The most cucumbers harvested from a single plant in one year weighed 943 kg (2,078 lbs). The cucumber plant is at the Epcot Science project at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. The harvest started on 24 March 2006 and ended on 5 July 2006.2,563 cucumbers were harvested in total.
14691Most shoes sorted in one minuteKRISHNA KUMAR PENDEMIndia, Hyderabad29 November 2014The most shoes sorted in one minute is 16, and was achieved by Krishna Kumar Pendem (India) at Telangana, India, on 29 November 2014.All shoes were sorted and then placed into the correct corresponding box.
14692Most socks sorted in one minuteStephen KishUnited Kingdom, RAF Bentwaters02 July 2015The most socks sorted in one minute is 25 pairs and was achieved by Stephen Kish (UK) on the set of Officially Amazing at RAF Bentwaters, UK, on 2 July 2015. Stephen was joined by his fellow competitors Mr Cherry (Japan) and Raymond Butler (USA) who achieved 20 and 7 pairs, respectively.
14693Most cocktails made in one hourSheldon WileyUnited States, New York18 March 2014The most cocktails made in one hour is 1,905 and was achieved by Sheldon Wiley (USA) at Bounce Sporting Club in New York, New York, USA, on 18 March 2014.Event was sponsored by Stoli Premium Vodka.
14694Youngest hole-in-one golfer (female)Soona Lee-TolleyUnited States, West Nyack,Manhattan Woods Golf Club01 July 2007The youngest female golfer to score a hole-in-one is Soona Lee-Tolley (USA), aged 5 years 103 days at the par 3 7th at Manhattan Woods Golf Club, West Nyack, New York, USA, on 1 July 2007.The hole is a 125 yards long. Soona's older brothers are succesful young golf players as well.
14695Most skips on stilts in one minutePeter NestlerUnited States, Brighton21 March 2015The most skips on stilts in one minute is 157 and was achieved by Peter Nestler (USA) in Michigan, USA on 21 March 2015. Peter jumps rope professionally and performs his shows all over the world.
14696Most CDs balanced on one fingerSilvio SabbaItaly, Milan12 July 2015The most CDs balanced on one finger is 247 and was achieved by Silvio Sabba (Italy) in Milan, Italy, 12 July 2015. This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: silvio.sabba):
14697Most diamonds set in one ringSAVIO JEWELLERYIndia, JAIPUR26 March 2015The most cut diamonds set into one ring is 3,827 in the "Peacock Ring" which was created by Savio Jewellery (India), as verified on 4 September 2015. The Peacock Ring weights 50.42 g in total, with an estimated market value of £1,778,879 ($2,744,525) on the date of verification. The diamonds used in the ring have a combined carat value of 16.5.
14698Most faces airbrushed in one hourIshika TanejaIndia, New Delhi16 December 2014The most faces airbrushed in one hour is 60 and was achieved by Ishika Taneja (India) at the DLF Emporio, in Delhi, India, on 16 December 2014. 5 models were disqualified as they did not meet the standard guidelines requirements
14699Most underpants worn in one hourLee PhillipsUnited Kingdom, London24 September 2009The most underpants worn in one hour is 144 and was achieved by Lee Phillips (United Kingdom) on the set of The Paul O'Grady Show, London, United Kingdom, on 24 September 2009. Lee is originally from Wales but now lives in South London where he works as a fireman.
14700Most spins on a unicycle in one minuteSatomi SakainoJapan, Tokyo19 November 2011The most spins on a unicycle in one minute is 131 and was achieved by Satomi Sakaino (Japan) on the set of Kinsma, at the TBS Broadcast Center in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan, on 19 November 2011.Satomi Sakaino is a professional unicycle rider and performs with her sister. She is touring America for 2 years with the Cirque du Soleil to perform their unicycle acts (until the year 2013).

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