Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
15571Youngest US player - Olympic Games, ice hockey, womenSarah ParsonsUnited States27 December 2005Sarah Parsons (USA, 27 July 1987) became the youngest woman ever named to a US Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Team, aged 18 years, 153 days on 27 December 2005.
15572Oldest living male grey sealMagnusUnited Kingdom, Gweek01 January 1963The world's oldest living male grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) is Magnus, who was born in 1963 and lived at Edinburgh Zoo, UK, until 1999 when he moved to The National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Cornwall, UK.Magnus weighs approximately 210 kg (460 lb) and although the precise date of birth is not known, he is likely to have been born in October/November.
15573First shootout goal, NHLDaniel AlfredssonfirstCanada, Toronto’s Air Canada Centre05 October 2005The first shootout goal in NHL history was scored – on the first ever shot – by Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden), playing for the Ottawa Senators, against the Toronto Maple Leafs and goaltender Ed Belfour (Canada) at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, on 5 October 2005.
15574First cross-platform online role-playing gameFinal Fantasy XI (Square Enix, 2002)firstNot ApplicableFinal Fantasy XI was the first game to allow gamers across multiple platforms (Xbox 360, PS2 and PC) to play together. It has between 200,000 and 300,000 players logging in every day, and remains the most popular MMORPG in Japan. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: First cross-platform online RPG.
15575Most players online in a console FPSMAG (Zipper Interactive, 2010)01 January 2010Sony''s PS3 game MAG, released in January 2010, boasts the option for 256 people to play a single game online, the highest number ever seen in a console game.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15576Most prolific producer of arcade machinesSEGASEGA has produced more arcade games than any other company, with 530 games on 23 different arcade system boards since 1981 (2008’s Harley Davidson: King of the Road is pictured). To date, a total of 76 SEGA franchises have made it into the arcades.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
15577Fastest completion of Virtua Fighter 2 (arcade)Brandon Smith2/40.79 minute(s), second(s)It took Brandon Smith just 2 min 40.79 sec to complete the arcade version of Virtua Fighter 2 (SEGA, 1994), on 6 November 2004. He did it all on the game’s hardest setting.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
15578First species of plant to flower in spaceArabidopsisfirstIn 1982, the then Soviet Union’s Salyut-7 space station crew grew some Arabidopsis on board. During their 40-day lifecycle, they became the first plants to flower and produce seeds in the zero gravity of space.
15579Highest score in NFL Europa World Bowl gameHamburg Sea DevilsGermany, Frankfurt,Commerzbank-Arena23 June 2007The highest scoring game in World Bowl history is 65 points when the Hamburg Sea Devils defeated the Frankfurt Galaxy, 37-28 in World Bowl XV at Commerzbank-Arena in Frankfurt, Germany, on 23 June 2007.This NFL Europe championship game marked the final contest in the league's history, and was the Galaxy's 8th appearance in the World Bowl, extending their record.
15580Smallest nano calligraphyHari Manoharan and Christopher Moon0.3e-12 nanometre(s), Stanford University's Physics Department01 March 2009In March 2009, researchers Hari Manoharan and Christopher Moon, of Stanford University's Physics Department and Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, were able to write letters so small that they are composed of subatomic pixels no bigger than 0.3 nanometres.The team 'wrote' the letters "S" and "U" for Stanford University using a scanning tunnelling microscope to arrange individual carbon monoxide molecules on a copper surface in a complicated two-dimensional pattern. They then used a constant flow of electrons naturally present on the copper surface to form the letters. The electrons, rippling over the surface as waves, scattered off any carbon monoxide molecules they met and worked together to project holographic patterns of the letters. This application can be used to encode vast amounts of information and could be used to print the 32-volume Encyclopedia Britannica 2,000 times on the head of a drawing pin.
15581Most successful claw game playerYuka NakajimaJapanHaving liberated over 3,500 teddy bears from arcade cabinets, Yuka Nakajima is the undisputed champion of the claw game – and her success has not gone unnoticed. Nakajima’s skills have earned her celebrity status in Japan, where she has even appeared onFeatured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
15582Most dangerous motorsport circuitSnaefell Mountain Course229 peopleUnited Kingdom, 01 January 2010Home to the Isle of Man TT and Manx Grand Prix motorcycle races, the Isle of Man’s Snaefell Mountain Course is the most dangerous circuit in the world. Since racing began there in 1911, the treacherous road course has claimed 229 lives until 2010.
15583Longest dirt to dirt mountain bike jumpCam ZinkUnited States, Mammoth Lakes21 August 2014The longest dirt to dirt mountain bike jump is 119 ft 9 in and was achieved by Cam Zink (USA) at Mammoth Mountain’s Canyon Lodge in Mammoth Lakes, California, USA, on 21 August 2014.
15584Most critically acclaimed PSP (PlayStation Portable) videogameGod of War: Chains of OlympusNot Applicable27 February 2015In the pantheon of PlayStation Portable (PSP) classics, God of War: Chains of Olympus (Ready at Dawn/SCE Santa Monica Studio, 2008) reigns supreme with a GameRankings score of 91.44%, based on 80 reviews as of 27 February 2015.
15585Largest drugs haul by weightISAFAfghanistan09 June 2008On 9 June 2008, the world’s largest cannabis drug haul was made in Afghanistan. Worth some £225 million and weighing 237 tonnes (261.25 tons) - the approximate equivalent of 30 double-decker buses - and occupying six large trenches covering an area the size of two football pitches, the cannabis was later destroyed by Harrier fighter aircraft from the Royal Air Force’s coalition forces.
15586Oldest amphibian (oldest salamander)Artis ZooNetherlands, Amsterdam01 January 1955The Artis Zoo in Amsterdam, the Netherlands has owned two giant Japanese salamanders (Andrias japonicus), both of whom reached 52 years - the oldest documented age for an amphibian, and indeed the oldest for a salamander. The first giant Japanese salamander was brought to Europe in 1829 and given to the Zoo in 1839 where it lived until 1881 the second arrived in 1903 and died at Artis in 1955.
15587Largest collection of shot glassesBrad RodgersUnited States, Las Vegas19 April 1999For over 20 years, Brad Rodgers of Las Vegas, Nevada has collected 8,411 shot glasses.
15588Medical families - most generationsThe Barcia familySpainThe Barcia family of Valencia, Spain have had the same medical practice for seven generations since 1792.
15589Oldest bridesBahamas73.9 percentageBahamas, The, 01 January 1996Of the 2,628 marriages that took place in The Bahamas in 1996, 73.9% of the brides were aged 30 or over.
15590Most hospitalsChinaChina01 January 2006The country with the greatest number of hospitals is China, with 69,105 in 2006.
15591Fastest run 60 metres (male) (indoors)Maurice GreeneSpain, Madrid03 February 19986.39Maurice Greene (USA)Madrid, Spain3 February 1998andAtlanta, Georgia, USA3 March 2001
15592Fastest run 200 metres (male) (indoors)Frank FredericksFrance, Liévin18 February 1996200 m19.92Frank Fredericks (Namibia)Liévin, France18 February 1996
15593Fastest run 400 metres (male) (indoors)Kerron ClementUnited States, Fayetteville12 March 2005400 m 44.57 Kerron Clement (USA) Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA 12 March 2005
15594Fastest run 5,000 metres (male) (indoors)Kenenisa Bekele12/49.60 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Birmingham20 February 200412:49.60 Kenenisa Bekele (Ethiopia) Birmingham, UK 20 Febuary 2004
15595First cash dispenserBarclays BankfirstUK, Barclays Bank,Enfield,Middlesex27 June 1967The world's first cash dispenser was installed at Barclays Bank, Enfield, Middlesex, UK, on 27 June 1967.
15596Fastest swim short course 200 metres breaststroke (female)Rebecca Soni2/14.57 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Manchester18 December 20092:14.57Rebecca Soni (USA)18 December 2009Manchester, UK
15597Longest career as Winter Olympics ice hockey player (male)Richard TorrianiNot Applicable01 January 1948The longest Olympic career is that of Richard Torriani (Switzerland) (1911-88) from 1928 to 1948.He played in 1928, 1936 and 1948, winning two bronze medals (1928 and 1948).
15598Fastest swim long course 400 metres freestyle (male)Paul Biedermann3/40.07 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rome26 July 20093:40.07 Paul Biedermann (Germany) Rome, Italy 26 July 2009 This was set at the World Championships.
15599Fastest run 100 metres (female)Florence Griffith-JoynerUnited States, Indianapolis16 July 198810.49Florence Griffith-Joyner (USA)Indianapolis, Indiana, USA16 July 1988
15600Oldest Tour de France winnerFirmin LambotFrance01 January 1922The oldest winner of the Tour de France was Firmin Lambot (Belgium) aged 36 years 4 months in 1922.

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