Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

15271Smallest nematodesNematodeNot Applicable01 January 2010The world’s smallest nematodes or round worms have no common names and live in marine sediments. They are only 80 µm long, which means that it would take 20-30 of these minuscule worms lying end to end to equal the thickness of a single average coin.
15272Longest tornado path length352-km (218-mi) long tornadoUnited States, Illinois18 March 1925The longest tornado path length travelled at least 352 km (218 mi) through the US states of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana, on 18 March 1925.On 18 March 1925 a tornado travelled at least 352 km through the US states of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. It killed 695 people, more than any other tornado in US history. The tornado lasted 3.5 hours, longer than any other in recorded history.
15273First father and daughter to summit EverestNgim Chhamji Sherpa, Dendi SherpaNepalThe first father and daughter to climb Everest together is Dendi Sherpa and Ngim Chhamji Sherpa (both Nepal), who reached the summit from the Nepali (south) side on 19 May 2012.
15274Longest sesame twistUnknownChina, Daying,Shaanxian,Henan27 September 2001The longest sesame twist measured 2.66 m (8 ft 8 in) long and was made by the Laoliushi Fried Dough Twist General Store in Daying, Shaanxian, Henan, China on 27 September 2001.The dough twist weighed 88 kg (194 lb) with a diameter of 0.3 m (0.98 ft).
15275Largest tube of toothpasteUnileverChina, Unilever Factory20 September 2005The largest tube of toothpaste measures 2.957 m (9.7 ft) long and weighs 780 kg (1,719 lb). It was made for the Zhonghua toothpaste brand by Unilever in Shanghai City, China and was unveiled on 20 September 2005
15276Smallest unit of timeUnknown11 January 2005The smallest unit of time is known as Planck’s time, 10**-43 seconds. It is the amount of time it takes the fastest thing, light, travelling at 3x10**8 metres per second, to cross the smallest distance, the Planck length, 10**-35 m.NB ** denotes superscript
15277Smallest body landed onItokawafirstNot Applicable, 20 November 2005On 20 November 2005 the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa made the first of two touchdowns on asteroid Itokawa in an attempt to collect samples for return to Earth. Itokawa measures just 500 m (1,600 ft) across its longest axis.
15278Largest lava lakeMt NyiragongoCongo, Democratic Republic of theThe shield volcano Mount Nyiragongo, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, contains an active lava lake in its crater some 250 m (820 ft) across. The volcano has erupted some 34 times since 1882.
15279Tallest revolving doorNovotel Citygate Hong KongHong Kong, Tung Chung,Hong Kong12 June 2006The tallest revolving door measures 4.8 m (15 ft 9 in) and is located in the Novotel Citygate Hong Kong hotel in Tung Chung, Hong Kong. The door was measured during the hotels official opening on 12 June 2006.
15280Tallest player in NHL ice hockeyZdeno CharaUnited StatesStanding 2.04 m (6 ft 9 in) tall, defenceman Zdeno Chara (Slovakia) of the Boston Bruins (USA) is the tallest player in NHL history.
15281Highest mosque (above ground level)King Abdullah MosqueSaudi Arabia, Riyadh01 January 2004The King Abdullah Mosque on the 77th floor of the Kingdom Centre building in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is 183 m (600 ft) above ground level and was completed on 5 July 2004.The mosque is open to the public for prayers at the requisite times, and has a caretaker. There is an area designated for washign and ablutions and it is marked as a mosque from the outside.Suggested definition of a Mosque from claimants:The location must be designed as a mosque.The location must be made ready as a mosque.The location must be equipped with amenities such as:A place for washing and ablutionThere must be electricity and lightingThere must be hot/cold air-conditioningThere must be a special place for copies of the QuranThere must be a designated caretaker for the mosqueThe Mosque must open for people to pray at the required timesThere must be a sign or some kind of indicator that the location is a mosque.
15282Largest traction kiteKiteShip Corporation420 square metre(s)Australia, Sydney06 December 2004A 420 m² (4,521 ft²) traction kite manufactured by KiteShip Corporation (USA) was used to propel an 8.5 tonne (18,740 lb) yacht near Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 6 December 2004, the largest kite ever used to pull a vehicle of any kind.A traction kite is similar to the aerofoil kites flown by kiting enthusiasts, but on a much larger scale. In the context of yachting the kite is used to replace the spinnaker (although in this instance no other sails were flown in addition to the kite).
15283Youngest NFL coachLane KiffinUnited States23 January 2007The youngest coach ever hired in the NFL’s modern era is Lane Kiffin (USA, b. 9 May 1975) who was 31 years 259 days when he signed on to coach the Oakland Raiders on 23 January 2007, just prior to the 2007 season.
15284Longest ollie (kickflip) on a snowskate boardPhil SmageUnited States, Aspen27 January 2007The longest ollie on a snowskate board is 3.45 m (11 ft 4 in) by Phil Smage (USA) at ESPN's Winter X Games 11 in Aspen, Colorado, USA on 27 January 2007.
15285Fastest glacier surgeKutiah glacierPakistan01 January 1953In 1953 the Kutiah Glacier in Pakistan advanced more than 12 km (7.4 miles) in three months, averaging some 112 m (367 ft) per day - the fastest glacial surge.
15286First jet passenger serviceBOACfirstUnited Kingdom, On 2 May 1952, the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) introduced the world's first pure-jet scheduled passenger service (from London to Johannesburg) with the De Havilland Comet.
15287Oldest group to enter the UK Singles chartThe ZimmersUnited Kingdom09 June 2007With an average age of 78, The Zimmers (UK) became the oldest group to enter the UK chart when their revival of ‘My Generation’ reached the Top 30 on 9 June 2007.
15288First person to complete the Three Poles ChallengeErling KaggefirstNorway, The first person to reach the North pole, the South pole and the peak of Mount Everest - known as the Three Poles Challenge - was Erling Kagge (Norway), who completed the trio on 8 May 1994.On 8 May 1990, Kagge reached the North Pole with Børge Ousland (Norway). On 7 January 1993, he reached the South Polo solo. On 8 May 1994, he summited Mount Everest, again solo.The first and only person to complete the challenge without the use of oxygen on Everest was Antoine De Choudens (France, 1969-2009) between 25 April 1996 and 10 January 1999.
15289Most prolific publisher of Strategy RPGsNippon IchiThe most prolific publisher of Strategy Role-Playing video games is Nippon Ichi Software, which has brough 14 separate releases to market, not including regional variations, as of May 2009.The full list of titles is below:Rhapsody (PS1)Disgaea (PS2)La Pucelle Tactics (PS2)Phantom Brave (PS2)Phantom Brave Special Edition (PS2)Makai Kingdom (PS2)Generation of Chaos (PSP)Spectral Souls (PSP)Soul Nomad (PSP)Disgaea (PSP)Disgaea 3 (PS3)Disgaea 2 (PSP)Rhapsody (DS)Disgaea DS (DS)Disgaea 2 (PSP)
15290Widest canalCape Cod CanalUSAThe Cape Cod Canal, which crosses the land that connects Cape Cod to mainland Massachusetts, USA, was constructed between 1909 and 1916. It is 28 km (17.4 miles) long and 164.6 m (540 foot) wide.It is a segment of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, which runs for 4,800 km (3,000 miles) along the eastern coast of the USA.
15291Largest gathering of barrel organsProKwadraatNetherlands, LeidenThe largest gathering of barrel organs is 82 and it was achieved on Leiden Barrel organ day in Leiden, Netherlands, on 3 May 2008.
15292Longest running television advertising dramaICASwedenThe longest running television advertising drama consists of 205 episodes sponsored the Swedish supermarket chain ICA and featuring Hans Mosesson as ’Stig’. The 205th episode was broadcast on 6 May 2007.
15293Highest incline tightrope walkNik WallendaUnited States, Chicago02 November 2014The highest incline tightrope walk is 204.43 m (670.73 ft) and was achieved by Nik Wallenda (USA) in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 2 November 2014.
15294Tallest cat scratching treeShelley DelRocco, Joseph DelRoccoUnited States, Lake Mary17 October 2014The tallest cat scratching tree measures 5.14 m (16 ft 10 in) and was created by Joseph and Shelley DelRocco of Pet Tree Houses (both USA) in West Linn, Oregon, USA, as measured on 17 October 2014.The tree was built as a way for cats to travel between the ground and upper floors of their residence.
15295Most critically acclaimed superhero videogameBatman: Arkham City95.94 percentageNot Applicable, With a GameRankings rating of 95.94%, based on 33 reviews, Batman: Arkham City (Rocksteady, 2011) for the PS3 is the most critically acclaimed superhero game as of 6 May 2015.It is also top of the superhero games on Metacritic, with a score of 96 from 42 reviews.
15296Largest Indian pancake spunCao HuaijiangChina, Beijing20 June 2009The largest Indian pancake spun measured 76 cm (2 ft 5 in) in diametre and was achieved by Cao Huaijiang (China) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 20 June 2009. An Indian pancake is a large pancake that is spun around when made.
15297Longest distance for an Olympic torch relayBeijing Olympic Games, 2008China01 January 2008The longest distance for an Olympic torch relay was 137,000 km (85,000 mi) for the XXIX Olympic Summer Games in Beijing, China. The relay began in Athens, Greece on 24 March, 2008, before traveling through 21 countries around the world before reaching the Olympic stadium in Beijing during the opening ceremony on 8 August, 2008.
15298Longest submarine mountain rangeThe Mid-Ocean RidgeThe longest submarine mountain range is the Mid-Ocean Ridge, extending 65,000 km (40,000 miles) from the Arctic Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, around Africa, Asia and Australia, and under the Pacific Ocean to the west coast of North America. It has a greatest height of 4,200 m (13,800 ft) above the base ocean depth.
15299Fastest $100 million box office film gross for an animationToy Story 3, Shrek The ThirdUS dollar(s)Not Applicable, 18 June 2010Only two films have ever grossed $100 million at the box office within three days of their theatrical release: Shrek the Third (USA, 2007) and Toy Story 3 (USA, 2010) reached the $100 million mark on 18 May 2007 and 18 June 2010 respectively.
15300Youngest person to sail the Atlantic soloDavid SandemanUnited Kingdom, Jersey01 January 1976David Sandeman (UK) sailed across the Atlantic singlehandedly between Jersey, UK, and Newport, Rhode Island, USA, at the age of 17 years 176 days in the 10.67 m (35 ft) long Sea Raider in 1976. The voyage lasted 43 days.Record last published in 1976.***Record re-instated as Guinness World Records does not endorse or sanction any attempts under the age of 16 for this category***

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