Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

16081Largest computing gridBerkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC)Not Applicable01 January 2011The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) was originally created to process the huge amounts of data for the SETI at Home project (search for extra-terrestrial intelligence). It has since been expanded to offer distributive platform computing for a range of projects as diverse as mathematics, medicine, molecular biology, climatology, and astrophysics. BOINC currently has approximately 527,880 active hosts for this application on home computers worldwide, providing a massive average 5.428 petaFLOPS of computational power as of 8 August 2010.
16082Most shoes shined in eight hours (individual)Kieran PorterUnited Kingdom, London12 April 2012The most shoes shined in eight hours is 210 pairs of shoes and was achieved by Kieran Porter (UK) on behalf of Street Kids International (UK), in London, UK, on 12 April 2012.The attempt was held to celebrate the second International Day for Street Children. The record was set in conjunction with Street Kids International and their volunteers helped to recruit members of the public to have their shoes shined.
16083Longest staple chainJeffrey White233.74 metre(s)United States, Barre17 August 2012The longest chain of staples measures 233.74 m (766 ft 10 in) and was constructed by Jeffrey White (USA). It was presented and measured in Barre Town, Vermont, USA, on 17 August 2012.
16084Most siblings to compete in the same sports competition
16085Most concrete blocks broken in 30 secondsAli Bahçetepe, Ali BahçetepeTurkey, Datça17 November 2012The most concrete blocks broken with the hands in 30 seconds is 683 and was achieved by Ali Bahçetepe (Turkey) in Datça Cumhuriyet Meydani, Turkey, on 17 November 2012.
16086First game on PC to feature developer commentaryHalf-Life 2: Lost CoastNot ApplicableAn additional level of Half-Life 2: Lost Coast was available for download shortly after release. This level incorporates floating speech bubbles (known as commentary nodes) in the game world. Interacting with these nodes plays an audio commentary in which the developers discuss the creation of that area. The 2007 Orange Box version contains over two and a half hours of commentary activated in this way. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: First PC game to feature developer commentary.
16087Longest ice skating trailLake Windermere WhitewayCanada, Invermere14 February 2014The longest ice skating trail measures 29.98 km (18.63 miles) and it is the naturally frozen Lake Windermere Whiteway, in Invermere, British Columbia, Canada, as measured on 14 February 2014.
16088First PC platform game to feature smooth scrollingCommander Keen in Invasion of the Vorticonsfirst, 01 January 1990The first PC game to feature smooth scrolling platform gameplay in all directions is Commander Keen in Invasion of the Vorticons (Apogee/id Software, 1990). While home consoles such as the NES and SEGA Master System were designed with gaming in mind, PCs did not have the necessary graphical capability to deal with fully scrolling levels, as evidenced with the ''block scrolling'' of games such as Dangerous Dave (Softlink, 1988) and the non-vertical scrolling of Captain Comic (Michael Denio, 1990).
16089First MMORPG to use a mentoring systemCity of Heroesfirst, 01 January 2004In the tradition of great dynamic duos, City of Heroes implemented a feature where superhero characters could recruit a sidekick (or "lackey" if they are a supervillain) who benefits from combat and level bonuses provided he stays within a certain distance of his mentor. This allows casual or inexperienced players to team up with veterans and enjoy the game without having to grind their way up to high levels.Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2009.
16090Largest donation of sports balls in 24 hours - single locationKaiser Permanente, San DiegoUnited States, San Diego06 December 2011The largest donation of sports balls in 24 hours (single location) consisted of 6,816 balls donated in an event organized by Kaiser Permanente, San Diego (USA) at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, USA, on 6 December 2011.Kaiser Permanente's scheduled attempt was for the most sports balls donated in 8 hours, but it also surpassed the established minimum for a 24-hour attempt in just 8 hours. Balls were all donated to the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Diego as well as the San Diego Unified School District. For the purposes of this record, only sports/athletic balls were included, thus those that were considered toys or not used as a derivative of an organized sport were not eligible. This was the 12th and final record event by Kaiser Permanente in 2011, attempting a Guinness World Records attempt each month for the year.
16091Largest supplier of arms to developing nationsUSA34100000000 US dollar(s)United States, 01 January 2006According to the Congressional Research Service, from 2003-2006, the United States has dominated the arms market in the developing world ranking first for three out of four years in the value of arms transfer agreements. From 2003-2006, the United States made $34.1 billion in arms transfer agreements with developing nations, in constant 2006 dollars, 32.4% of all such agreements.
16092Oldest vegetarian restaurant
16093Longest working pacemaker (present day)Randy Kasberg36 years 337 days year(s), day(s)United States, spring hill02 September 2014The longest working pacemaker (present day) belongs to Randy Kasberg (USA) which has been working for 36 years and 337 days, after it was fitted on 30 September 1977 in Gainsville, Florida, USA, as verified on 2 September 2014. After the surgery Randy was told that the only things he couldn't do with the pacemaker were get too close to an car ignition system or radar oven.
16094Most people motion-captured in real-timeAudiomotion Studios, Vicon Motion Systems19 peopleUnited Kingdom, Oxford09 March 2015The most people motion-captured in real-time is 19 and was achieved by Audiomotion Studios and Vicon Motion Systems (both UK) in Oxford, UK, on 9 March 2015. The 19 people motion-captured were two B-Boy dance crews from Sheffield and Wolverhampton, UK. The crews were organized by the Hip Hop Heritage Lottery Funded project that works to capture and preserve old-school dance moves. B-Boys have been described as difficult subjects to capture, as spinning on their backs and heads had a damaging effect on the markers (the reflective balls that the motion capture system tracked).
16095Highest tenpin bowling score between the legsMark VetterUnited States, Eagle19 August 2014The highest tenpin bowling score between the legs is 280 and was achieved by Mark Vetter (USA) at The Back Bowl in Eagle, Colorado, USA, on 19 August 2014.
16096Largest display of chalk pavement artCity of GreshamUnited States, Gresham17 July 2015The largest display of chalk pavement art consists of 356 drawings which were displayed during an event organised by the City of Gresham (USA) in Gresham, Oregon, USA, on 17 July 2015. .
16097Longest duration juggling with five basketballsPedro Elis CintaChina, Xiamen08 September 2014The longest time to juggle five basketballs is 51.36 seconds and was achieved by Pedro Elis Cinta (Spain) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special in Xiamen, Fujian, China on 8 September 2014.
16098Longest time to spray water from the mouthDickson Oppong48.86 second(s)China, Xiamen10 September 2014The longest time to spray water uninterruptedly from the mouth is 46.86 seconds and was achieved by Dickson Oppong aka Waterman (Ghana) on the set of CCTV-Guinness World Records Special in Xiamen, Fujian, China on 10 September 2014.
16099Most contributions to a handprint painting in 24 hoursParanjape Schemes (Const) LtdIndia, Pune22 November 2014The most contributions to a handprint painting in 24 hours is 8,626 and was achieved by Paranjape Schemes Construction Ltd (India) in Pune, Maharashtra, India, on 22-23 November 2014. The completed painting measured 80 x 8 ft
16100Largest panoramic imageTan Sri Dato' Sri Paduka Dr Lim Kok Wing, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology InternationalMalaysia, Kuala Lumpur06 August 2015The largest panoramic image has 846.07 gigapixels, and was achieved by Tan Sri Dato' Sri Paduka Dr Lim Kok Wing and Limkokwing University of Creative Technology International (both Malaysia) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as measured on 6 August 2015.The final image was the result of combining over 31,000 individual images in a panorama.
16101Most people involved in a dental health check (multiple locations)Saveetha University101,309 peopleIndia, Various locations27 November 2014The most people involved in a dental health check at multiple locations is 101,309 and was achieved by Saveetha University (India) at 77 locations across India, on 27 November 2014. The record attempt was part of The India Smiles Campaign which took place in 77 schools across 16 cities in India.
16102Longest singing marathon (multiple singers)Shree Ramkabir Mandir7:5:47 day(s), hour(s), minute(s)United States, Carson19 July 2015The longest singing marathon with multiple singers is 7 days, 5 hours, 47 minutes, achieved by the Shree Ramkabir Mandir (USA) in Carson, California, USA, from 12 - 19 July 2015. The attempt had participants attend from multiple US States and countries as far away as Panama.
16103Largest plastic cup pyramidCinépolis, Ping Solutions42,925 itemsMexico, Mexico05 December 2015The largest plastic cup pyramid consists of 42,925 plastic cups and was created by Ping Solutions and Cinépolis (both Mexico) at Paseo Acoxpa, Mexico City, Mexico, on 5 December 2015. In anticipation of the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", Ping Solutions and Cinépolis created a 50 layer pyramid consisting of Star Wars branded limited edition cups with the characters of the film. The pyramid was 9.36 meters (30 feet 8.5 inches) high.
16104Largest umbrella mosaicMount Muyu Scenic District, Zihao Tourism Development Investment Ltd. , Ganzhou Zhihong Industrial Ltd.,, Ruijin Tourism Bureau2,880 participantsChina, Ruijin07 September 2015The largest umbrella mosaic consists of 2,880 participants and was achieved by Ruijin Tourism Bureau, Ganzhou Zhihong Industrial Ltd., Zihao Tourism Development Investment Ltd. and Mount Muyu Scenic District (all China) in Ruijin, Jiangxi, China on 7 September 2015. All participants came from local schools. The event lasted 5 minutes 20 seconds.
16105First team to beat the King's Fall raid in DestinyTheTeawrex , "Gunny629", "rebelize_", "Charionna", "ProfessorBroman", "Gothalion"firstUnited States, 19 September 2015On 19 September 2015, a six-player fireteam led by Twitch broadcaster and shooter fan "Gothalion" (USA) became the first group to beat the "King's Fall" raid from Destiny's The Taken King expansion – dubbed the biggest and most difficult challenge yet from Bungie's FPS series. News of the success was Tweeted at 12:53 am, just under 13 hours after the raid's 10 am release. The six-man team was completed by "Gunny629", "Rebelize_", "Charionna" (USA), "TheTeawrex" (USA), and "ProfessorBroman" (USA)."Rebelize_" recorded most kills with 1,397 and had a KD of 11.36. "Gothalion" and "TheTeawrex" were tied with most assists at 4.89.
16106Longest reigning queen - livingQueen Elizabeth II63, 216 year(s), day(s)United Kingdom, London09 September 2015The longest-reigning, living queen is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (b. 21 April 1926), who succeeded to the throne on 6 February 1952 on the death of her father, King George VI. On 9 September 2015, Elizabeth's reign equalled and exceeded that of Queen Victoria, which had latest 63 years 216 days from 20 June 1837 to 22 January 1901. Elizabeth II is Queen of the United Kingdom and head of the Commonwealth. The year 2002 saw The Queen's Golden Jubilee, marking 50 years since The Queen's Accession. The year 2012 saw The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, marking 60 years since the Queen's Accession.
16107Longest time balancing a football on the shinMarcel Gurk10:00.30 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Tübingen07 November 2015The longest time balancing a football on the shin is 10 min 0.3 sec and was achieved by Marcel Gurk (Germany) in Tübingen, Germany, on 7 November 2015. To become the Guinness World Records holder, Marcel has practiced this trick every day for years.
16108Fastest time to gift-wrap a Guinness World Records bookChris Thompson18.28 second(s)United States, Los Angeles,,Amarano Hotel, Burbank30 January 2013The fastest time to gift wrap a GWR book is 18.28 seconds, and was achieved by Chris Thompson (USA) on the set of Guinness World Records: OMG! in Los Angeles, California, USA on 30 January 2013
16109Most consecutive Dakar rallies racedYoshimasa Sugawara33 timesArgentina, Santa Fe16 January 2016The most consecutive Dakar rallies raced is 33, achieved by Yoshimasa Sugawara (Japan) from 1983 to 2016. The 2016 Dakar Rally was taken place in two countries, Argentina and Bolivia. Its route started on 3 January 2016 in Buenos Aires, went through Bolivia, finished on 16 January 2016 in Rosario in Argentina. The 2008 Dakar Rally didn't take place due to cancellation, so although Mr. Sugawara was registered for participation in it, that year's entry isn't included in the total count.
16110Highest library from ground levelJW Mariott Hotel ShanghaiChinaThe library on the 60th floor of the JW Marriott Hotel at Tomorrow Square in Shanghai, China, is situated at 230.9 m (757 ft 6 in) above street level. Membership is available to members of the public and the 103 shelves in the library contains an ever-expanding collection of Chinese and English books.The library measures 57 m² (614 ft²). To walk to the library from the lobby would entail climbing around 1,435 steps.

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