Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

15451Most three-point field goals in an NBA Finals gameRay AllenUnited States, Los Angeles06 June 2010The most three point field goals in an NBA Finals game is eight by Ray Allen (USA) of the Boston Celtics in game two of the 2010 NBA Finals in Los Angeles, California, USA on 6 June 2010.Allen also holds the records for any NBA playoff game (9) and for an entire NBA finals series (22).
15452Oldest woman to swim the English ChannelSue OldhamFrance08 August 2010The oldest female to swim the English Channel is Sue Oldham (Australia, b. 24 November 1945) who crossed from England to France in 17 hr 11 min aged 64 years 257 days on 8 August 2010.
15453Fastest Champions League goalRoy MakaayGermany, Munich07 March 2007Roy Makaay (Netherlands) scored the opening goal for Bayern Munich against Real Madrid in just 10 seconds in Munich, Germany, on 7 March 2007.Bayern Munich went on to win the match 2-1. The final aggregate score over both legs of their encounter stood at 4-4, but Bayern went through to the next round of the Champions League on the away-goals rule.
15454Fastest time to climb El CapitanHans Florine, Alex HonnoldUnited States17 June 2012The fastest ascent of the 'Nose' of El Capitan in California, USA was achieved by Hans Florine and Alex Honnold (both USA) in 2 hr, 23 min 51 sec on 17 June 2012.
15455Longest marathon karaokeLeonardo Polverelli101/59/15 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Italy, Pesaro23 September 2011The longest karaoke marathon by an individual lasted 101 hr, 59 min and 15 sec and was achieved by Leonardo Polverelli, at the Astra Caffe, Pesaro, Italy, from 19 to 23 September 2011.Throughout the marathon attempt Polverelli sang a total of 1,295 songs, the event raised funds in support of Telethon.
15456Longest marathon playing street hockeyHockey for Life105/17 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)Canada, Lethbridge24 August 2008The longest marathon playing street hockey is 105 hr 17 min, and was achieved in the fundraiser 'Hockey for Life' in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, from 20 to 24 August 2008.The final score was Molson Canadian 2524 and Canadian Tire 2489.
15457Longest grand slam tennis match (doubles)Daniel Nestor and Mark Knowles, Simon Aspelin and Todd PerryCanada05 July 2006The longest Grand Slam doubles tennis match ever played is 6 hr 9 min for the Wimbledon quarterfinal match between Daniel Nestor (Canada) and Mark Knowles (Bahamas) and Simon Aspelin (Sweden) and Todd Perry (Australia) on 4-5 July 2006. Knowles and Nestor won the match 5-7, 6-3, 6-7, 6-3, 23-21.
15458Longest fashion showCotton24 hour(s)United States, Miami08 November 2014The longest fashion show lasted 24 hr 00 min 28 sec by Cotton's 24 Hour Runway Show in Miami, Florida, USA, on 7-8 November 2014. This third annual fashion show organized by Cotton featured models wearing only outfits created with the fabric. A total of 60 models rotated during the show, debuting a different outfit from a collection of 75 designers each minute, for a total 1,440 looks throughout the show.Read more: Models hit the runway for 24 hours as Cotton Inc. sets Longest Fashion Show record in Miami
15459Most viewed fan film based on Skylanders“Skylanders' KAOS Scares Evan from EvanTubeHD! Halloween SPECIAL!” by “EvanTubeHD” and “EvanTubeRAW”United States04 November 2015In his YouTube channels “EvanTubeHD” and “EvanTubeRAW”, nine-year-old critic Evan (USA) reviews toys and videogames such as Skylanders. His seasonal video “Skylanders' KAOS Scares Evan from EvanTubeHD! Halloween SPECIAL!” had been viewed 11,043,919 times, as of 4 November 2015. n/a
15460Longest marathon playing softballTeam Stollery and Team Cross115/3 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Waskatenau, Alberta05 July 2009The longest game of softball played was 115 hr 3 min at Waskatenau, Alberta, Canada on 30 June - 5 July 2009. Team Stollery beat Team Cross 876-766.40 men overall competed in the attempt, playing 721 innings and raising more than $90,000 for Stollery Children's Hospital and the Cross Cancer Institute.
15461Fastest marathon dressed as a tap/faucet (male)Richard Quartermaine3/52/09 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London13 April 2014The fastest marathon dressed as a tap/faucet (male) is 3 hr 52 min 09 sec and was achieved by Richard Quartermaine (UK) at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 13 April 2014.Richard's record was one of 30 successfully broken and verified onsite by Guinness World Records at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon. Richard ran for the charity WaterAid.
15462Fastest marathon dressed as a toilet (male)Marcus MumfordUnited Kingdom, London13 April 2014The fastest marathon dressed as a toilet (male) is 2 hr 57 min 28 sec and was achieved by Marcus Mumford (UK) at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 13 April 2014.Marcus' record was one of 30 successfully broken and verified onsite by Guinness World Records at the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon. Marcus ran for the charity WaterAid and beat out competition on the day from two other toilets to set a new Guinness World Records title.
15463Youngest person to ski on all seven continentsVictoria Rae WhiteUnited States, Winterpark Colorado16 March 2008The youngest person to ski on all seven continents is Victoria Rae White (USA, b. 25 December 1997) beginning at the age of 9 years 88 days in Zermatt, Switzerland and ending aged 10 years 79 days in Winter Park, Colorado, USA, 16 March 2008.
15464Longest career as a theatre showgirl in the same production
15465First dance mat game to generate moves from any CDDance Factory (Codemasters, 2008)first, 01 January 2008The first dance mat game ever to allow players to dance to their own music CDs was Codemasters' Dance Factory, which was developed for the PlayStation 2 and generates dance routines for any song. Not only does the game software create its own moves based on the beats and rhythms of any inserted track, but players can also manually input their own moves if they're unsatisfied with the results provided.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2010
15466Longest marathon playing indoor cricketTigers Indoor Cricket Team Benoni South Africahour(s), minute(s), second(s)South Africa, Benoni21 September 2014The longest marathon playing indoor cricket is 25 hr 59 min and was achieved by the Tigers Indoor Cricket Team Benoni South Africa (South Africa) in Benoni, Gauteng, South Africa, on 20-21 September 2014.
15467Most skips Texas style consecutivelyAndrew RotzUnited States, Las Vegas11 March 2003Andrew Rotz (USA) achieved 11,123 consecutive Texas skips at theNational Convention of the Wild West Arts Club in Las Vegas,Nevada, USA on 11 March 2003, smashing the previous record set at4,011. The attempt took 3 hr 10 min to complete.
15468Fastest time to run an ultra marathon on each continent (female)Maria ConceicaoSouth Africa08 March 2014The fastest time to complete an ultra marathon on each continent (female) is 41 days, 3 hr, 23 min and 39 sec and was achieved by Maria Conceicao (Portugal) from 26 January to 8 March 2014.The race details of the seven ultra marathons she ran are as follows:Ultra marathon 1 - White Continent 50K, King George Island, Antarctica, 26/01/14 - 6:24:05Ultra marathon 2 - Punta Arenas 50K, Chile, South America, 30/01/14 - 5:18:58Ultra marathon 3 - Wadi Bih Solo Canyon 50K, Oman, Asia, 07/02/14 - 6:21:58Ultra marathon 4 - Moonlight Challenge 2014 50K, UK, Europe, 15/02/14 - 7:18:00Ultra marathon 5 - Coburg 50K, Australia, Australasia, 23/02/14 - 7:24:53Ultra marathon 6 - Caumsett State Park 50K, USA, North America, 02/03/14 - 6:59:37Ultra marathon 7 - Louis Massyn Aldam Ultra Marathon 50K, South Africa, Africa, 08/03/14 - 6:23:39The timing for this record began when Maria started her first ultra marathon in Antarctica and ended when she crossed the line of her last ultra marathon in South Africa. She ran the races with the record holder for the male category, Ziyad Tariq Rahim (Pakistan), but bettered his time by one second after crossing the finish line of the last race just before him.
15469Fastest time to complete 10 marathons in 10 days (male)Rik Vercoehour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Long Beach20 December 2013The fastest aggregate time to complete 10 marathons in 10 days by a male is 29 hr 54 min 56 sec and was achieved by Rik Vercoe (UK) in Long Beach, California, USA, from 11 to 20 December 2013.
15470Fastest half marathon joggling with three objects (male)Michal Kapral1:20:40 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto19 October 2014The fastest half marathon joggling with three objects (male) is 1 hr 20 min 40 sec and was achieved by Michal Kapral (Canada) at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 19 October 2014.
15471Fastest internet connection (country)South KoreaUnited Kingdom01 January 2011According to Cisco, South Korea has the best broadband service in the world, with an average download throughput of 33.5 megabits per second – nearly three times the speed of second-place Hong Kong – an average upload throughput of 17 megabits per second – more than twice that of Hong Kong, and has 100 percent broadband penetration.Pic: Alamy
15472Lowest literacy rateSouth Sudan27 percentageSouth Sudan, 01 January 2013According to the CIA, the least literate country is South Sudan, where just 27% of the population can read and write. Approximately 40% of males over the age of 15 – and just 16% of females – can read and write
15473Most people giving reflexologySouth Devon College37 peopleUnited Kingdom, Paignton19 June 2006The most people performing reflexology simultaneously is 37 at South Devon College in Paignton, Devon, UK, on 19 June 2006.
15474Most Men’s ice hockey European Championships
15475Most Wimbledon Women’s Singles final lossesChris Evert, Blanche Bingley Hillyard7 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 1985The most losses in the final match of the Wimbledon Women’s Singles Championship is seven by two players Blanche Bingley Hillyard (UK) in 1885, 1887-88, 1891-93 and 1901, and Chris Evert (USA) in 1973, 1978-80, 1982 and 1984-85.
15476Most Wimbledon Men’s Singles final lossesArthur Gore5 timesUnited Kingdom, 01 January 1912The most losses in the final match of the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Championship is five by Arthur Gore (UK) in 1899, 1902, 1907, 1910 and 1912. In the Open Era, both Jimmy Connors (USA, 1975, 1977, 1978 and 1984) and Boris Becker (Germany, 1988, 1990, 1991 and 1995) have lost four finals each.
15477First Olympic inclusion of Women’s BoxingLondon 2012firstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 2012The first time that Women’s Boxing has been in included in the Summer Olympic Games programme is at the 2012 Games held in London, UK. Female athletes will compete at three weights, Flyweight (48-51kg), Lightweight (56-60kg) and Middleweight (69-75kg).
15478Most people making s'mores simultaneously (multiple venues)
15479Most 150's scored against Test-playing nationsSteve WaughfirstAustralia, Bundaberg Rum Stadium,Cairns25 July 2003On 25 July 2003, on the third day of the Second Test between Australia and Bangladesh at Bundaberg Rum Stadium, Cairns, Australia, Steve Waugh (Australia) followed his first innings score of 100 not out with 156 not out to become the first man to score 150 runs in an innings against all other (nine at that time).
1548021st century’s top-selling album act (USA)Eminem32241000 unit(s) soldUnited States, 01 January 2010Rapper Eminem (USA) was the biggest-selling album act in the US in the first 10 years of the century, with sales of 32,241,000.

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