Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

1501Most consecutive back drops on a trampolineThis record is for the most correctly performed back drops (or back landings) on a trampoline consecutively.This record is to be attempted by an individual.For the purpose of this record, a back drop (or back landing) is defined as: From the standing up position, the performer must land in a flat position on his/her back, with the legs bent and held straight with the head in line with the body flat on the bed. From that position the participant must return to the standing position using the momentum of the back drop.
1502Longest ramp jump - motorised trikeThis record is for the greatest distance a motorised trike can jump from a ramp. This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in metres and centimetres, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in feet and inches.For the purposes of this record a motorised trike is a three-wheeled vehicle based on the same technology as motorcycles. This record will not be further sub-categorized by vehicle make or wheel configuration.
1503Longest frog stand durationThis record is for the longest time to maintain a frog stand position. This record is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in minutes and seconds, to the nearest 100th of a second. For the purposes of this record, a frog stand is a gymnastics/yoga position designed to develop strength. The individual places the palms flat on the ground, balancing the entire body only on hands, with legs rested on the back of the arms.
1504Farthest keg throwThe record is for the longest distance a beer keg can be thrown. This is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in metres and centimetres with equivalent imperial measurements also given. For the purposes of this record, a keg is a cylindrical container, usually constructed of aluminum, steel or wood. It is commonly used to store, transport, and serve beer. Other alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, carbonated or non-carbonated, may be housed in a keg as well. Such liquids are generally kept under pressure.
1505Most live radio interviews in 12 hours (multiple cities)This record is for the most times to conduct a broadcast radio interview in different cities within 12 hours.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of interviews completed as the interviewer in different cities within12 hours.For the purpose of this record only one radio interview per city will count towards the total, a city is defined as an urban area or conurbation with a population of at least 15,000 and each interview must consist of a minimum of five questions.
1506Largest skin care lesson (single venue)This record is for the greatest number of people attending and participating in a skin care lesson at a single venue.This record is measured in the number of people who attended and participated in a skin care lesson held at a single venue. For the purpose of this record, skin care is defined as the range of practices that aim at supporting skin health including nutrition, avoidance of excessive sun exposure, appropriate use of emollients, and appearance enhancements such as use of cosmetics, botulinum, exfoliation, fillers, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, peels, and retinol therapy.
1507Largest human image of a punctuation markThis record is for the greatest number of people arranged in formation to create an image of a punctuation mark at a single venue.This record is to be attempted by a group of unlimited size.This record is measured by the number of participants.For the purposes of this record acceptable punctuation marks must be made of two separate items. These include exclamation and question marks, colons and semi colons, quotation marks and brackets.
1508Most helicopter spins in 30 seconds (breakdance)This record is for the most helicopter spins in 30 seconds.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of successful helicopter spins performed in the 30 second time frame.For the purpose of this record a helicopter spin is a dance move performed in breakdancing in which the dancer has both hands on the floor and sweeps their leg under their body in a circular motion jumping over it with their other leg as it passes. It is also known as a g-spin or coffee grinder.
1509Oldest newspaper delivery person (female)This record is for the oldest person to deliver the newspaper on a regular route. This record is to be attempted by a female individual. This record is measured in years and days. Newspaper delivery generally refers to delivery to subscribers on a regular route, usually by walking, bicycle or automobile.
1510Most golf balls hit simultaneously (multiple venue)This record is for the greatest number of people hitting golf balls simultaneously at multiple venues. This record is to be attempted by a group. This record is measured by the number of golfers hitting a golf ball.This record is for the greatest number of people hitting golf balls simultaneously at multiple venues. This record is to be attempted by a group. This record is measured by the number of golfers hitting a golf ball.
1511USTA, Andy Murray's mom celebrate World Tennis Day with new recordWhen it came to celebrating this year's World Tennis Day, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) knew how to do so in style.For an occasion around which 67 countries hosted special events - including a match at Madison Square Garden between world No. 2 Novak Djokovic and No. 6 Andy Murray - the USTA decided to make history. Bringing together 406 children from local youth organizations, the group took to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York, and set the record for the largest tennis lesson.Helping out the cause was a special guest who knows a thing or two about tennis lessons. Judy Murray, mother of reigning Wimbledon champion Andy, was on hand with the goal of inspiring the children and families present to play tennis. For Judy Murray, it also marked a return to the site of where she saw her son win the 2012 US Open at Flushing Meadows.“Today was a fantastic event and I am delighted to be a part of it,” Murray (below) said. “Anything with getting children involved by playing tennis is great. Tennis is a sport for life – it is a sport you can play with your family and friends, as well as being active."The USTA said it plans to use the event as a launching pad for thousands of other Tennis Play Events nationwide throughout March, designed to encourage families and children of all ages and skill levels to try tennis.A day after the attempt, the USTA held a special presentation recognizing the record prior to the BNP Paribas Showdown at Madison Square Garden. The event featured Murray (Andy, not Judy!) facing Djokovic, and a sibling doubles matchup between the Bryan brothers, Bob and Mike, and the McEnroe brothers, John and Patrick.“It was a special way to kick-off the thousands of USTA Play Events through the country in March, as well as being part of a record-setting event,” said Dave Haggerty, Chairman, CEO and President of the USTA. “Your first experience is very important and these events are an opportunity to get involved in the sport.”Want to know how your group can benefit from a Guinness World Records attempt? Take a look at GWR's available services, get in touch with our events team, or submit an application today!
1512Video: 2015 Round-Up - Take a record-breaking look back at the last twelve monthsIt was the year that Otto the skateboarding bulldog became a household name, and hoverboards moved from the movie screen to become a record-breaking reality.
1513Largest eyes - mammalUnknownPhilippinesThe Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) is one of the world's smallest primates and lives in the forests of Borneo, Sumatra and the Philippines. They have a 135–275 mm (5.3–10.8 in) tail, a head and body length of 85–160 mm (3.3–6.3 in) and their large forward-pointing eyes have a diameter of 16 mm (0.6 in). Their eyes are so enormous they would be equivalent to grapefruit-sized eyes in a human being!
1514Fastest speed dragged behind a motorcycleGary Rothwell251.54 kilometre(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, Liverpool18 April 1999Gary Rothwell of Liverpool, England, was dragged behind a motorcycle at a speed of 251.54 km./h. (156.3 m.p.h.) on 2 mm. (0.07 in.) titanium-soled boots at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicester, England on April 18, 1999.
1515Longest journey on a quad bike (ATV)Quad Squad ExpeditionAustralia, Sydney22 October 2011Quad Squad Expedition team members Valerio De Simoni, Kristopher "Ted" Davant and James Kenyon (all Australia) started out from Istanbul, Turkey, on 10 August 2010, and set a new record for the longest journey on a quad bike (ATV) with 56,239 km (34,945 miles) accumulated. The expedition finished after 437 days 19 hours and 9 minutes in Sydney, Australia, with a 500-strong motorcycle escort, on 22 October 2011, having passed through 37 countries in the process.
1516Longest distance juggling a footballMatt Wolstenholme20 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, London30 August 2012The longest distance juggling a football is 20 km and was achieved by Matt Wolstenholme (UK) at the Harrow School in London, UK, on 30 August 2012.
1517Highest flame blown by a fire breatherAntonio RestivoUnited States, Las Vegas11 January 2011The highest flame blown by a fire breather was 8.05 m (26 ft 5 in), and was achieved by Antonio Restivo (USA) at a warehouse in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 11 January 2011.
1518Highest number counted out loudJeremy HarperUnited States, Birmingham14 January 2007In 2007 Jeremy Harper, of Birmingham, Alabama, verbally counted every number up to a million, in a series of live internet broadcasts spanning four months – highlights of which are still available on YouTube ( Starting on 18 June 2007, he counted for approximately 16 hours a day, finally reaching one million on 14 September that year – a total duration of 89 days, and averaging just over 11,200 numbers per day.
1519Longest concert tour by a rock bandThirty Seconds To MarsUnited States, New York07 December 2011The longest concert tour by a rock band is 309 concerts, achieved by Thirty Seconds to Mars (USA), at Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, New York, USA, on 7 December 2011
1520Largest make-up application lessonPriceline261 peopleAustralia, Sydney20 September 2012The largest make-up application lesson involved 261 people and was achieved by Priceline in Sydney, NSW, Australia on 20 September, 2012.The lesson was run by hair and make-up expert Helen Dowsley.
1521Fastest escape from a straitjacket in suspension and chainsLucas Wilson10.6 second(s)Canada, Simcoe,,Holy Trinity Catholic High School08 June 2012The fastest escape from a straitjacket and chains while suspended is 10.6 seconds and was achieved by Lucas Wilson (Canada), at Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada on 8 June 2012.
1522Fastest marathon in a lacrosse kitPaul Statchuk3/46/58 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto20 October 2013The fastest marathon in a lacrosse kit is 3 hr 46 min 58 sec, achieved by Paul Statchuk (Canada) at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 20 October 2013.
1523Most dominoes toppled by a groupDomino Day 2009Netherlands, Leeuwarden13 November 2009On 13 November 2009, Domino Day 2009 saw the world record broken for the most dominoes toppled by a group, when 4,491,863 dominoes were toppled. A total of 89 builders set up the dominoes in the WTC Expo Center in Leeuwarden, Netherlands.
1524Farthest distance danced by a coupleDavid Turner, Katie Walton8.10 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham,,Hadley Stadium Athletics Track07 April 2013The farthest distance danced by a couple is 8.10 km (5.03 miles) and was achieved by David Turner and Katie Walton (both UK) at Hadley Stadium Athletics Track in Birmingham, UK, on 7 April 2013.David and Katie are competitive ballroom and Latin dancers, who teamed up for the purpose of the record. hey performed different styles of ballroom throughout the attempt, including the quickstep, foxtrot, American smooth and waltz.
1525Longest duration balancing a chainsaw on a chinAshrita Furman1/42.47 minute(s), second(s)United States, Jamaica15 September 2013The longest duration balancing a chainsaw on the chin is 1 minute and 42.47 seconds, achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), in New York, New York, USA, on 15 September 2013.
1526Longest distance cycling backwards on a unicycleSteve GordonUnited States, Springfield24 June 1999Steve Gordon (USA) rode backwards on a unicycle for a distance of 109.4 km (68 miles) at Southwestern Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri, USA on 24 June 1999.
1527Largest collection of bookmarksFrank DivendalNetherlands08 February 2010The largest collection of bookmarks belongs to Frank Divendal (Netherlands) with 103,009 different bookmarks from all over the world, as of 8 February 2010, which he has been collecting since 1982.Frank has a well organised system to store his book marks. He first sorts them by country, then within a country he separates them into themes, such as bookshops, libraries, tourism etc. Although he collects all types of bookmarks, his favourites are the ones made of paper.
1528Largest horn spread - steer (ever)Jim Williams251 centimetre(s)United States, Midland01 July 2002The world record for the largest horn spread (Texas Longhorn) measured a total length of 251 cm (98.8 in) in July 2002. The horns belong to Jim Williams (USA) of Midland, Texas, USA.When measured vertically in a straight line from the ground to the base of the horn, one was 128.2 cm (50.5 in) and the other 122.8 cm (48.3 in).
1529Longest marathon drumming by a teamNexus Music College66 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, CoventryThe longest marathon drumming by a team was 66 hours achieved by 11 drummers from Nexus Music College, Coventry, UK on 3–6 May 2009. The team drummed along to more than 800 different songs during the attempt.
1530Fastest iron bar bending to fit into suitcaseAlexander Muromskiy25 second(s)Russia, Saint-Petersburg09 November 2008The fastest time to bend a 6 m long iron bar and fit it into a suitcase is 25 seconds and was achieved by Alexander Muromskiy (Russia) in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, on 9 November 2008.

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