Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
15631Fastest swim long course 100 metres freestyle (male)Cesar Cielo FilhoItaly, Rome30 July 200946.91 sec Cesar Cielo Filho (Brazil) Rome, Italy, 30 July 2009
15632Fastest swim long course 800 metres freestyle (male)Lin Zhang7/32.12 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rome29 July 20097:32.12 Lin Zhang (China) Rome, Italy, 29 Jul 2009
15633Fastest steeplechase 3,000 metres (female)Gulnara Samitova8/58.81 minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing17 August 20088:58.81Gulnara Samitova (Russia)The Bird's Nest, Beijing, China17 August 2008
15634Farthest javelin throw (female)Barbora SpotakovaGermany, Stuttgart13 September 200872.28 m (253 ft 6 in)Barbora Spotakova (Czech Republic) Stuttgart, Germany13 September 2008
15635Farthest discus throw (female)Gabriele ReinschGermany, Neubrandenburg09 July 198876.80 m (252 ft 0 in)Gabriele Reinsch (GDR) Neubrandenburg, Germany9 July 1988
15636Farthest shot put (female)Natalya LisovskayaRussia, Moscow07 June 198722.63 m (74 ft 3 in)Natalya Lisovskaya (USSR)Moscow, Russia7 June 1987
15637Oldest operating scotch whisky distilleryStrathisla DistilleryUnited Kingdom, Keith14 November 2000The oldest operating scotch whisky distillery is the Strathisla Distillery in Keith, Banffshire, Scotland which was founded in 1786.The distillery was first called Milltown Distillery and had a string of licensees until 1830 when it was passed to William Longmore who owned it for 38 years. After a fire in 1876 the distillery had to be rebuilt and was given much the same appearance as it has today. It was also in the 1870's that it was given the name of Strathisla. Later, London financier George Pomeroy owned it until he was jailed in 1949 for tax evasion and the next year the distillery was bought by Seagram through its subsidiary Chivas Brothers. The water which Strathisla is made with comes from Fons Buliens, a spring used by Dominican monks as early as the 12th century. Strathisla whisky is described as very fruity, sweet and herby with fine succulent zest and creamy, peaty intensity.
15638First registered domain nameUnknownfirst, 15 March 1985The most spoons balanced on the face is 17 and was achieved by Aaron Caissie (Canada) on the set of Lo Show dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 18 April 2
15639Most sugar consumed (per capita)BelizeBelize01 January 1999The country that stands as the worlds leading sugar consumer is Belize, who consumed 62.6 kg (138 lb) per capita during 1999.In comparison, the UK consumed 34.3 kg (75 lb 10 oz). There were no figures available for the US. Source: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
15640Heaviest weightlifting 77 kg clean & jerk (male)Oleg PerepetchenovSlovakia, Trencín27 April 2001210 kgOleg Perepetchenov (Russia)Trencín, Slovakia27 April 2001
15641Heaviest weightlifting 85 kg clean & jerk (male)Zhang YongIsrael, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv25 April 1998218 kgZhang Yong (China)Ramat Gan, Israel25 April 1998
15642Heaviest weightlifting 48 kg snatch (female)Yang LianDominican Republic, Santo Domingo01 October 200698 kgYang Lian (China)Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic1 October 2006
15643Heaviest weightlifting 48 kg total (female)Yang LianDominican Republic, Santo Domingo01 October 2006217 kgYang Lian (China)Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic1 October 2006
15644Oldest manufactured wineUnknownCyprusCommandaria, the sweet dessert wine from Cyprus, is the oldest manufactured wine in the world, its origins traced as far back as 2000 BC.This wine also holds the record for the oldest "Appelation d'origine". In the year 1223, King Phillipe of France called it "The Apostle of wines" and it soon became famous all over Europe as "Commandaria", taking the name of the area where it was produced. This part of Cyprus took its name at the time of the Crusades, when in 1210 the Knight of the Order of St. John built the Kolossi castle and called the area "Grande Commanderie".
15645Most Pulitzer prizesAssociated Press49 timesNot Applicable, 01 September 2011The Associated Press (founded 1848) has received 49 Pulitzer Prizes - more than any other news organisation.
15646Olympic Games, Baseball - Most winsCubaGreece, Athens01 January 2004Cuba won their Olympic Record 3rd Gold Medal in 2004 Athens Games when they defeated Australia.
15647First movie with an official soundtrackSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)firstUSA, 01 January 1937Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (USA, 1937) was the first movie with an official soundtrack.
15648First movie to gross $2 billionAvatarfirstNot Applicable, 01 January 2010The first movie to gross over $2 billion is James Cameron's Avatar (USA/UK, 2009)
15649First regular TV chefMarcel BoulestinfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 19371937 Marcel Boulestin (France) begins hosting Dish of the Month (UK) on 15 October.
15650First TV announcer (female)Jasmine Bligh, Elizabeth CowellfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 19361936: Jasmine Bligh and Elizabeth Cowell (all UK) are the first female TV announcers.
15651First Holmes TV seriesSherlock Holmes (BBC, 1951)firstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 1951The first Holmes TV series – Sherlock Holmes (BBC, 1951) – starred Alan Wheatley (UK)
15652Most downloaded word puzzle gameBookworm (PopCap, 2003)100000000 times, 01 June 2010The most downloaded word puzzle game is Bookworm (PopCap, 2003), which has been been downloaded over 100 million times as of June 2010.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15653Most prolific publisher or MMORPGsNCsoftKorea01 October 2010The most prolific publisher or MMORPGs is NCsoft (Korea), which has released 24 titles in the genre as of October 2010Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15654Largest virtual community for teensHabbo (Sulake, 2000)01 August 2010The largest virtual community for teens is Habbo (Sulake, 2000), which has over 15 million users as of August 2010.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
15655Longest-running social MMORPGFurcadia (Dragon's Eye Productions, 1996)28 November 2010The longest-running social MMORPG is Furcadia (Dragon's Eye Productions, 1996), which has been active for 13 years 345 days as of 28 November 2010.2011
15656Longest birthday card exchangePat ShardelowUnited StatesMary Wheaton and Pat Shardelow (both USA) have been exchanging the same birthday card since 1944.
15657First Emmy AwardsUnknownfirstFrance, 25 January 19491949: First Emmy Awards. The TV equivalent of the Oscars is first aired on 25 January.
15658First use of TV detector vans in the UKUnknownfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 19511951: First use of TV detector vans in the UK to trace TV licence evaders
15659First network series regularly shown in colourThe Marriage (NBC)firstUnited States, 01 January 1954NBC sitcom The Marriage, the first network series regularly shown in colour, debuts in 1954
15660First actor to die on live TVGareth JonesfirstUnited Kingdom, 01 January 19581958: First actor to die on live TV is Gareth Jones (UK) during an ITV production of Armchair Theatre.

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