Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

15391First real-time tactics videogameLegionnairefirstNot Applicable, 01 January 1982The first real-time tactics game, where you have no control over the world or which troops you have, but have complete control over the army’s actions, was Legionnaire for the Atari 8-bit, released in 1982. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008.
15392Most Lady Byng trophiesFrank Boucher7 timesCanada, 01 January 1935First awarded in 1925, Frank Boucher (Canada) has won the most Lady Byng trophies with seven in 1928-31 and 1933-35 playing for the New York Rangers.The Lady Byng trophy is awarded each season to the National Hockey League player who displays the most sportsmanlike behaviour combined with the highest standard of play. After Boucher won the trophy for the seventh time in 1935 he was allowed to keep it, and another was donated.
15393First transatlantic jet serviceBOACfirstUnited Kingdom, 04 October 1958On 4 October 1958, the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) began operating the world's first transatlantic jet service (between London and New York City), with the British De Havilland Comet.
15394Most craters on any moonCallisto100 percentageNot Applicable, CallistoThe most heavily cratered moon is the outermost of Jupiter's four large moons, Callisto, which is an ancient relic whose surface is 100% covered with impact craters. No evidence of any other geological processes have been discovered.Its distance of 1,869,000 to 1,897,000 km from Jupiter means the ambient radiation is low for the Jovian system. Coupled with the geological stability, this means Callisto is a likely first target for future human exploration of the outer Solar System.
15395First anime film to win an OscarSpirited Away (Japan, 2001)firstJapan, Kodak Theater,Los Angeles,California23 March 2003Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi aka Spirited Away (Japan 2001) is the first anime to win an Oscar, for Best Animated Feature, when it took the prize during the Academy Award ceremony at the Kodak Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA on 23 March 2003. At 124 minutes, Hayao Miyazaki's (Japan) blockbuster is also the longest movie to win in this category.
15396First videogame to use the SCUMM game engineManiac Mansionfirst, 01 January 1987LucasArts’ first full point ’n’ click adventure was Maniac Mansion. Released in 1987, it was the first game to use the innovative SCUMM game engine. SCUMM stands for Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion. Over the next decade, the SCUMM engine was used to create 13 more games including the Monkey Island series
15397First twins to play in the NBABrook and Robin LopezfirstUSA, 01 January 200820 year old twins Brook and Robin Lopez (USA) became the first twins to play for the NBA for the New Jersey Nets Phoenix Suns respectively, in 2008.The twins hail from Fresno, California.
15398Most teams captained in the Stanley Cup titlesMark MessierfirstCanada, 01 January 1994The only player to captain two different teams to the Stanley Cup championship is Mark Messier (Canada) playing with the Edmonton Oilers (Canada) in 1990 and New York Rangers (USA) in 1994.
15399First NFL regular-season game played in EuropeWembley StadiumfirstUnited Kingdom, London28 October 2007The first NFL regular-season game played in Europe was between the New York Giants (USA) and the Miami Dolphins (USA) at Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom, on 28 October 2007The New York Giants won 13-10
15400Best-selling videogame for Nintendo DSNew Super Mario Bros.29660000 unit(s) soldNot Applicable, 15 April 2015The best-selling videogame for Nintendo DS is New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo, 2006), which has sold 29.66 million copies since its debut in 2006, according to VGChartz as of 15 April 2015.
15401Largest milkshakeThe Comfort Diners, Parmalat USA, American Dairy Assoc. & Dairy Council, Inc.22712.47 litre(s)United States, 01 August 2000The Comfort Diners, Parmalat USA, and the American Dairy Association made the world's largest milkshake with a volume of 22,712.47 litres (6,000 US gal.) in New York, USA on 1 August 2000.The record-breaking milkshake was made to mark The Comfort Diners' Fourth Annual August Milkshake Celebration in 2000. During the annual month-long festival a different flavor milkshake is offered every day at both of The Comfort Diners' restaurants in New York. The holders of this record chose to make a Black and White Shake - vanilla with chocolate syrup - as it is a classic New York flavor. The 6,000-gallon shake, comprising 4,270 US gal / 16,163.70l. milk, 1,526 gal. / 5,776.53l. vanilla ice cream, 67 gal. / 253.62l. chocolate syrup, 67 gal. / 253.62l. pure vanilla, 70 gal. / 264.97l. natural flavor, was the equivalent of 50,000 normal-sized shakes. The Parmalat milk tanker in which the shake was made was decorated to resemble a giant 50ft milkshake. The milk tanker was driven through Manhattan and free milkshakes were handed out to City Harvest affiliated charities.
15402First four sibling centenarians recordedLily Beatrice Parsons, Florence Eliza White, Maud Annie Spencer, Eleanor Newton WebberfirstUnited Kingdom, Teignmouth,,02 April 1984The first recorded case of four siblings being centenarians occurred on 2 April 1984 when Lily Beatrice Parsons (née Andrews) (UK) reached her 100th birthday, following her three sisters: Florence Eliza White (1874-1979), Maud Annie Spencer (1876-1978) and Eleanor Newton Webber (1880-1983). The family came from Teignmouth, Devon, UK.
15403Greatest tree girth everCastanea sativaItalyThe tree with the greatest girth ever, measured 57.9 m (190 ft) and belonged to the European chestnut (Castanea sativa), known as the Tree of the Hundred Horses (Castagno di Cento Cavalli) on Mt Etna, Sicily, Italy, in 1770 and 1780. It is now in three parts, widely separated.
15404Largest Indian reservation in the United States - currentNavaho Indians15000 square mile(s)United States, 01 January 2004The Navaho Indians' principal reservation, situated in northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico, is the largest Indian reservation in the United States covering some ten million acres or approximately 15,000 square miles—which is as large as the total area of the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, combined.The Navaho Indians (the “Dine,” or “Navaho People,” in their native language), indigenous to the American Southwest, comprise the largest Native American tribe in the United States today. The U.S. Census estimated in 2004 (the 2010 Census figures are not yet available) that the legendary tribe’s population is 269,202 ( the number climbs to 298,197 if all people of Navaho descent, including tribe members of mixed ancestry, is taken into account). The Navaho also played a major part in World War II as so-called “codetalkers,” in which they used their language to relay secret messages in the Pacific Theater. Theirs is an unwritten language and the grammar, tone, and syntax are so unique that it made for the perfect choice to transmit information without fear of the Japanese breaking the code.
15405First player to reach level 80 in World of WarCraft (Blizzard, 2004)Nyhmfirst, 14 November 2010The first player to reach level 80 in World of WarCraft (Blizzard, 2004) was the gamer tagged as "Nymh", who took just 27 hours to grind his character from level 70 to the new level cap following the release of World of WarCraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Blizzard, 2008) on 13 November 2008.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15406First player to reach level 70 in World of WarCraft (Blizzard, 2004)Gabriel Waelfirst, 17 January 2007The first player to reach the level cap of 70 in World of WarCraft (Blizzard, 2004) is Gabriel Wael (France), who took less than 24 hours to hit the new target following the release of expansion pack World of WarCraft: The Burning Crusade (Blizzard, 2007) on 17 January 2007.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15407First Olympic use of artificial snow
15408First deployment of a solar sail successfullyJAXA solar sailfirstNot Applicable, 01 August 2004In August 2004 the Japanese space agency JAXA launched a rocket that successfully deployed two prototype solar sails in space at altitudes of 122 km (75.8 miles) and 169 km (105 miles) above the Earth. Solar sails are a potential new means of providing propulsion for spacecraft, using the pressure of sunlight on extremely thin reflective membranes.
15409Highest resolution optical imageLukas NovotnyUnited States, Rochester03 February 2004The highest resolution image ever taken shows details smaller than 20 billionths of a metre across. Using a technique called near-field Raman scattering, a team led by Professor Lukas Novotny, University of Rochester, New York, USA, was able to image individual carbon nanotubes with visible light. The research was announced in March 2003.
15410Smallest infinite numberZero04 October 2004The concept of infinity in mathematics allows for different types of infinity. The smallest version of infinity is aleph 0 (or aleph zero) which is equal to the sum of all the integers. Aleph 1 is 2 to the power of aleph 0. There is no mathematical concept of the largest infinite number.
15411First player with 20 interceptions and 20 QB sacks in an NFL careerRodney HarrisonfirstUSARodney Harrison (USA) playing for the San Diego Chargers (1994-2002) and the New England Patriots (2003-present) became the first player in NFL history to record to record at least 20 career interceptions and 20 career quarterback sacks.
15412First videogame with digitized movie speechStar Warsfirst, 01 January 1983Atari’s 1983 Star Wars arcade game was the first game to feature digitized speech from a movie. The game contained excerpts from the movie Star Wars: A New Hope (the reissued title of the original Star Wars film (USA, 1977)) and would begin a trend of voice clips from movies being used in games.
15413First Paralympic athlete to compete at the Olympic GamesNeroli FairhallfirstUnited States, Los Angeles01 January 1984The first Paralympian to compete at the Olympic Games was Neroli Fairhall (New Zealand), who competed in the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, USA, in 1984, after representing her country at the 1980 Summer Paralympics in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Fairhall competed in the archery competition, finishing in 35th place at the Olympics after winning gold at the Paralympics.
15414Oldest person living (female)Susannah Mushatt Jones115, 362 year(s), day(s)United States, Brooklyn03 July 2015The oldest living woman is Susannah Mushatt Jones (USA, b. 6 July 1899), who was 116 years 283 days old as of 15 March 2016.The record was verified and presented just before Ms. Jones celebrated her 116th birthday.Read more: Happy 116th birthday to Susannah Mushatt Jones, our new oldest person record holder
15415Fastest average time to solve a 7x7x7 Rubik's CubeFeliks Zemdegs2/52.09 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Canberra08 September 2013At the Australian Nationals 2013 in Canberra, Feliks Zemdegs (Australia) achieved a new record average time of 2 min 52.09 sec for the 7x7x7 solve. The Nationals took place on 7–8 September 2013.
15416Nearest planetary nebulaUnknownThe Helix Nebula (also known as NGC 7293), at distance of around 400 light years, is the closest planetary nebula to the Earth. It formed when a dying star threw off its outer layers which are gradually expanding into space. They are called planetary nebulae because astronomers originally believed they were new planets, due to their often spherical shapes. The Helix Nebula is around 100 times more distant than the nearest stars (excluding the Sun).The gases are expanding into space at a rate of tens of kilometres per second. Because of this, planetary nebulae in general are short-lived celestial phenomena, lasting around 50,000 years before their expanding gases become too diffuse to be visible. If the Helix Nebula was bright enough to be visible to the naked eye, it would cover an area of sky around half the size of the full Moon.
15417Most people with spray painted hair - single locationVodacom Sprayathon4784 peopleSouth Africa, Loftus Versveld Stadium,Pretoria26 August 2006The most people with spray painted hair in a single location was 4,784 at the Vodacom Sprayathon held at the Vodacom Tri-Nations game between South Africa and New Zealand at Loftus Versveld Stadium, Pretoria, South Africa on 26 August 2006.
15418First person to climb the Seven SummitsPatrick MorrowfirstCanada, The first person to successfully climb the "Seven Summits" – the highest peaks on all seven continents, according to the Messner list, which recognizes the highest point in Oceania as being Puncak Jaya in Indonesia, as opposed to the Bass list, which instead states Mount Kosciuszko in New South Wales, Australia – was Patrick Morrow (Canada) who completed the last, Puncak Jaya, Indonesia (Oceania), on 5 August 1986.Morrow climbed the Seven Summits and also Mount Kosciuszko. The Seven Summits areAfrica: Mt Kilimanjaro 5,894m (19,340ft), TanzaniaAntarctica: Vinson Massif 5,140m (16,863ft), Ellesworth LandAsia: Mt Everest 8,863m (29,078ft), Nepal/ChinaEurope: Mt Elbrus 5,642m (18,510ft), RussiaNorth and Central America: Mt McKinlay 6,194m (20,320ft), USASouth America: Cerro Aconcagua 6,960m (22,834ft), ArgentinaAustralasia (Oceania): Puncak Jaya (aka Ngga Pulu aka Jayakusuma) 5,030m (16,503ft), Indonesia (New Guinea)
15419Newest democratic spy agencyIraqi National Intelligence AgencyIraq01 April 2004As head of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq after the war and invasion of 2003, Mr Paul Bremner, an American diplomat, signed Authority No.69 in April 2004, bringing into existence the Iraqi National Intelligence Agency. Its mission under the Order is to deter threats, collect intelligence and execute intelligence activities in relation to: threats to national security terrorism and insurgency proliferation of weapons of mass destruction narcotics production and trafficking and espionage and other threats to Iraq’s democracy.
15420Fastest mile carrying an egg on a spoon in the mouthAshrita Furman9/29 minute(s), second(s)United States, Roy Wilkins Park,Jamaica,New York27 April 2007The fastest time to run a mile while balancing an egg on a spoon held in the mouth is 9 min 29 sec by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Roy Wilkins Park track in Jamaica, New York, USA, on 27 April 2007.

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