Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

14731Most walnuts smashed with a nunchaku in one minuteMujtaba Hassan MughalPakistan, karachi07 June 2015The most walnuts smashed with a nunchaku in one minute is 97 and was achieved by Mujtaba Hassan Mughal (Pakistan) in Karachi, Pakistan, on 7 June 2015.Mujtaba attempted this record at Pakistan Academy of Martial Arts where he is a student.
14732Most skateboard 720 kickflips in one minuteRob Dyrdek7 timesUnited States, Los Angeles17 September 2007The most skateboard 720 kickflips in one minute is 7 by Rob Dyrdek (USA) on MTV's The Rob & Big Show in Los Angeles, California, USA on 17 September 2007.
14733Most forward rolls in one hour (individual)Ashrita FurmanBulgaria, Kaliyakara08 January 2007The most forward rolls in one hour is 1,330 and was set by Ashrita Furman (USA) in Kaliyakara, Bulgaria, on 8 January 2007.Ashrita covered a distance of 3.4 km (2.11 miles) during the attempt.
14734Longest word in the English language with only one vowelStrengthsStrengths, at nine letters long, is the longest word in the English language with only one vowel.
14735Most manual wheelchair spins in one minuteStephen RaineyUnited Kingdom, Liverpool23 July 2015The most manual wheelchair spins in one minute is 66 and was achieved by Stephen Rainey (UK) in Liverpool, UK, on 23 July 2015.The attempt took place at Lifehouse, Brunswick Docks and was part of an event to raise awareness of services available to local residents requiring wheelchair services.
14736Most modelling balloon sculptures made in one minuteJohn CassidyUnited States, New York21 November 2005The most modelling balloon sculptures made in one minute is 13by John Cassidy (USA) in New York, USA on 21 November2005.
14737Most audio books published for one authorNew Era PublicationsUnited Kingdom (England only), London21 April 2009The most audio books published for one author is L. Ron Hubbard (USA) with 185 audio books published as of 21st April 2009.As of this date, another 23 of his books were being formatted for release. Most of the works published in this format consisted of pulp fiction and Scientology books.
14738Most people to run the bases in one hour (baseball)Nissan Motor Workers' Union227 peopleJapan, Tokorozawa10 November 2013The most people to run the bases in one hour (baseball) is 227, achieved by Nissan Motor Workers' Union (Japan) at Seibu Dome in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan, on 10 November 2013.
14739Most medals awarded at one Olympic GamesBeijing Olympic Games, 2008China01 January 2008The largest total of medals awarded at one Olympic Games is 958 (comprising 302 golds, 303 silvers and 353 bronzes), which were awarded at the 2008 games held in Beijing, China
14740Most players online simultaneously on one MOG LLP190541 peopleUnited Kingdom, London21 January 2013The most players online simultaneously on one MOG server were 190,541 players on the RU2 server of World of Tanks by LLP (UK) on 21 January 2013.The number of players was reached at 19:31:02 (Minsk time) (16:31:02 UTC). RU2 is part of the Russian cluster of servers for the game. It is physically located in Moscow, Russia.
14741First video to receive one billion viewsPSYfirstKorea (South), 21 December 2012PSY's "Gangnam Style" became the first video of any kind to receive 1 billion views online, with 1,000,382,639 views on YouTube as of 21 December 2012.As of January 2013, "Gangnam Style" was also the most “liked” video on YouTube and the most viewed video online of any kind. It overtook the previous most viewed video online – "Baby" by Justin Bieber 24 November 2012.The South Korean dance track was first posted online in July 2012.PSY (aka Park Jae-Sang) is the South Korean pop/rap superstar who took the world by storm in 2012 with his infectious, chart-topping single “Gangnam Style” and its associated, and much parodied, “invisible horse” dance routine.On 21 December 2012, 159 days after the video was first uploaded to YouTube, “Gangnam Style” became the first video of any kind to register one billion views on the popular video-sharing website. The four-minute clip, showing the bespectacled rapper “galloping” in various locations, had attracted 1,344,236,848 views and 7,064,671 “likes” as of 22 February 2013 - the day another landmark was reached when the video’s viewer count cantered past the population of China (1,343,239,923, according to July 2012 estimates provided by the CIA World Factbook) - the country with the highest population.
14742Most table tennis counter hits in one minuteMima Ito, Tacshow AraiJapan, ,,NTV studio in Kojimachi13 November 2011The most table tennis counter hits in one minute is 180, and was achieved by Mima Ito (Japan) on the set of 100 Handsome Men and Beautiful Women, at the Kojimachi NTV studio in Tokyo, Japan, on 13 November 2011.
14743Highest partnership by One-Day International debutants (male)Ryan Watson, Neil McCallumUnited Kingdom (Scotland only), Edinburgh27 June 2007The highest batting partnership formed by two players playing in their first One Day International matches is 118 runs by Ryan Watson and Neil McCallum for Scotland against Pakistan in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the match played on 27 June 2006.
14744Most drumbeats in one minute, hand drummingGeorge UrosevicAustralia, Sydney25 January 2010The most drumbeats in a minute using hands are 1,589 and were achieved by George Urosevic (Australia) on the set of Australia Smashes Guinness World Records at the Warringah Mall, Sydney, Australia, on 25 January 2010. The record was part of the TV series "Australia Smashes Guinness World Records".
14745Most drink cans opened with the teeth in one minute
14746Most spoons balanced on the face in one minuteThe record is for the most spoons balanced on the face in 1 minute.This record is to be performed by an individual.This record is measured by the amount of spoons simultaneously balancing on the face for five seconds after the signal is given.
14747Most mountain bike backflips in one hour (female)
14748Fastest run one mile (male) (indoors)Hicham El Guerrouj3/48.45 minute(s), second(s)Belgium, Ghent12 February 19973:48.45Hicham El Guerrouj (Morocco)Ghent, Belgium 12 February 1997
14749Longest stay on the UK charts for one single (group)Snow Patrol100 timesUnited Kingdom, 26 March 2011On 26 March 2011, Snow Patrol’s (UK) single “Chasing Cars” spent its 100th non-consecutive week in the UK Top 75. The song, the second release from the band’s fourth album, Eyes Open (2006), entered the UK chart at No.25 on 29 July 2006 and peaked at No.6 seven weeks later on 16 September 2006.
14750Fastest run 25,000 metres (female)Tegla Loroupe1/27/05.9 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Mengerkirchen21 September 200225,000 m1:27:05.9Tegla Loroupe (Kenya)Mengerskirchen, Germany21 September 2002
14751Fastest run 30,000 metres (female)Tegla Loroupe1/45/50 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Warstein06 June 200330,000 m1:45:50.0Tegla Loroupe (Kenya)Warstein, Germany 6 June 2003
14752Fastest walk 20,000 metres (female)Olimpiada Ivanova1/26/52.3 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, Brisbane06 September 200120,000 m1:26:52.3Olimpiada Ivanova (Russia)Brisbane, Queensland, Australia6 September 2001
14753Fastest walk 20,000 metres (male)Bernardo Segura1/17/25.6 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Norway, Bergen20,000 m1:17:25.6Bernardo Segura (Mexico)Bergen, Norway7 May 1994
14754Fastest walk 30,000 metres (male)Maurizio Damilano2/01/44.1 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Italy, Cuneo03 October 199230,000 m walk2:01:44.1Maurizio Damilano (Italy)Cuneo, Italy3 October 1992
14755Largest hair clippersDiscovery Channel BIG!United States, Santa Clarita16 July 2004The largest hair clippers in the world, unveiled on 16 July 2004, was built on Discovery Channel's BIG! television show and measure 16 ft 0.5 in (4.88 m) long, 4 ft 6 in (1.36 m) wide and 3 ft 1.75 in (95 cm) tall.To test that the hair clippers were fully functional they were used to trim trees in an orange grove in California. The blade was 4 ft 6 in wide while the leaver to turn them on measured 3 ft 10 in!
14756First all-talking cartoonDinner Time (1928)1928/10/1 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, New York01 September 1928Paul Terry's (USA) Dinner Time (USA 1928), was premiered at the Mark Strand Theatre, New York, New York, USA on 1 September 1928.Walt Disney dismissed it as `a lot of racket and nothing else'. His own initial venture into talkies, Steamboat Willie (US 1928) , presented at New York's Colony Theatre on November 18, 1928 was more auspicious as it marked the debut of the most successful cartoon character of all time, Mickey Mouse.
14757Fastest road relay (male)Kenya, Josephat Ndambiri, Martin Mathathi, Daniel Mwangi, Mekubo Mogusu, Onesmus Nyerere, John Kariuki1/57/06 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, Chiba23 November 20051:57:06Kenya (Josephat Ndambiri, Martin Mathathi, Daniel Mwangi, Mekubo Mogusu, Onesmus Nyerere, John Kariuki)Chiba, Japan23 November 2005
14758Fastest road run 25 kilometres (female)Mary Jepkosgei Keitany1/19/53 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, BerlinThe fastest road run 25 kilometres (female) was 1 hr 19 min 53 sec by Mary Jepkosgei Keitany (Kenya) in Berlin, Germany, on 9 May 2010.
14759Largest fruit cobblerHampton Inn of Ruston1,021 kg (2,251 lbs) tonne(s) (metric ton)United States, Ruston27 June 2015The largest fruit cobbler weighed 1,021 kg (2,251 lbs) and was made by the Hampton Inn of Ruston (USA) for the 65th Annual Louisiana Peach Festival in Ruston, Louisiana, USA on 27 June 2015.The peach cobbler ingredient included 819 lbs of peaches, 312 lbs of butter, 343 lbs of flour, 73 gallons of milk, 1 lb of baking powder, 454 lbs sugar, and took 6 hours to cook.
14760Fastest completion of Resident Evil 4 (Load Game)Robert Brandl1/31/29 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Germany, Cologne20 August 2013The fastest completion of the Xbox 360 version of Resident Evil 4 (Capcom, 2011) on "New Game +" mode took 1 hr 31 min 29 sec and was achieved by Robert Brandl (Germany) in Cologne, Germany, on 20 August 2013.

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