Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
1591Oldest tickUnknownUnited States, New Jersey01 January 1999In April 1999, a team of American scientists unearthed a 90-million-year-old tick which had been preserved in amber. This blood-sucking parasite from the Cretaceous period was found in a vacant lot in New Jersey. Named Carlos jerseyi, the tiny insect has unusual hairs on its back, which may have been used to detect vibrations. It is a logical conclusion that many dinosaurs carried parasitic ticks, just like today's animals.Around 35 kg (80 lb) of amber have been extracted from the site in New Jersey, which was discovered in the mid 1990s by a fossil hunter. The harvest of amber has also yielded other important discoveries such as the oldest mushroom and the oldest ants.
1592Largest human wheelbarrow raceArmidale, NSW, AustraliaAfghanistan06 November 2009The largest human wheelbarrow race was achieved by 1,554 participants (777 pairs) in an event organised for Guinness World Records Day, in Armidale, NSW, Australia, on November 6, 2009.The majority of participants were school children from the region. The distance covered in the race was 50 m.
1593Longest ears on a dog - everTigger34.9 centimetre(s)United States, St Joseph29 September 2004The longest ears on a dog measured 34.9 cm (13.75 in) and 34.2 cm (13.5 in) for the right and left ears, respectively, on 29 September 2004. They belong to Tigger, a bloodhound, who is owned by Bryan and Christina Flessner of St Joseph, Illinois, USA.Tigger has won many show titles and over 180 Best of Breed awards. He was inducted into the Bloodhound 'Hall of Fame' in 2003.Unfortunately Tigger passed away in October 2009.
1594Parkour - most circular jumps on a wall in one minuteAung Zaw OoItaly, Rome24 March 2010The most circular jumps on a wall are 11 and were achieved by Aung Zaw Oo (USA) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy on 24 March 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".
1595Most basketball lay ups in three minutes by a teamYouth team Olimpia Armani Jeans MilanoItaly, Rome01 April 2010The most basketball lay ups in three minutes by a team are 248 and were achieved by Youth Team Olimpia Armani Jeans Milano (all Italy) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 1 April 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".
1596Longest time to balance a hula hoop on the head while swimmingPaul Blair49 second(s)Italy, Rome01 April 2010The longest time to balance a hula hoop on the head while swimming is 49 seconds and was achieved by Paul "Dizzy Hips" Blair (USA) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 1 April 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".
1597Fastest time to dress a male mannequinSinem YavuzTurkey, Aydin,,Forum AydinThe fastest time to dress a male mannequin is 56.57 seconds and was achieved by Sinem Yavuz (Turkey) at the GWR Live! Roadshow at Forum Aydin, in Aydin, Turkey, on 09 May 2010. Maximum time to set a record was 1 minute
1598Longest ears on a dog - livingHarbor31.1 centimetre(s)United States, Boulder08 June 2010The longest ears on a dog measured 31.1 cm (12.25 in) and 34.3 cm (13.5 in) for the left and right ears, respectively, on 8 June 2010. They belong to Harbor, a Black and Tan Coonhound, who is owned by Jennifer Wert of Colorado, USA.Harbor is a 7 year old Coonhound (b. July 2003) who weighs a healthy 40.51kg (89.2 pounds).
1599Fastest pantomimeOutline productions5/50 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, 16 March 2009The fastest pantomime was 5 minutes 50 seconds and was performed by Konnie Huq, Steve Jones, Christopher Biggins, Duncan James and Peter Dickson (all UK) on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed, in London, UK, on 16 April 2009.Konnie Huq: Snow WhiteSteve Jones: A dwarfChristopher Biggins: the QueenDuncan James: The PrincePeter Dickson: NarratorA pantomime (or panto) is a musical-comedy theatrical production traditionally found in Great Britain, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, South Africa, America, Japan, Ireland, Gibraltar and Malta, and is usually performed during the Christmas and New Year season. Panto story lines and scripts typically make no reference to Christmas, and are almost always based on traditional children's stories: in this case it was Snow White. The panto performed contained the following conventions: A dame (Christopher Biggins), audience participation, a story, double entendre and an animal in costume.
1600Highest jump into the water on a bicycleBrumotti VittorioItaly, Sardegna,,Localita' Dorgali, Clagonone, SardiniaThe highest jump into the water with a bicycle is 17 meters (56 ft) and was achieved by Vittorio Brumotti (Italy) in Sardinia, Italy, on 12 May 2009.Story to be added
1601Most people dribbling a football simultaneouslyUnited Nations Relief and Works Agency2068 participantsPalestinian Entity (West Bank-Gaza), Gaza City14 July 2011The most people dribbling a football (soccer ball) simultaneously was 2,068 in an event organized by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency Gaza Field Office (Palestinian Entity, West Bank-Gaza) in Rafah, Gaza Strip, on 14 July 2011. The attempt began with 2,112 participants but 44 participants were deducted for not meeting the requirements of needing to dribble around a cone course for a minimum of five minutes.
1602Largest collection of cookbooksSue Jimenez2970 itemsUnited States, Albuquerque,,Sue Jimenez' home14 July 2013The largest collection of cookbooks belongs to Sue Jimenez (USA & Canada) and consists of 2,970 books as of 14 July 2013, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.This is Sue Jimenez' second book collection, the first collection was donated to the local library.
1603Longest videogame soundtrack compositionechochrome ii (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. 2010)1/15/7 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Japan, TOKYO21 December 2010The longest piece of original music scored for a videogame is 'prime # 4507', composed by Hideki Sakamoto (Japan) and lasting 1 hour 15 min 7 sec. It was created for echochrome ii (Sony Computer Entertainment, 2010) and released on 21 December 2010.In contrast with traditional videogame soundtracks which use a level-by-level approach or mix multiple pre-recorded tracks into each other, prime #4507 is one continuous arrangement that plays throughout the game regardless of the player's progress. According to the claimants: "Normally, in the genre of video game music, music is prepared for each scene, stage or level. What we wanted to create was a piece of background music for a particular situation, i.e., while “playing with puzzles,” which would play continuously, just like how background music at formal events and parties is provided continuously."The mind-bending levels in echochrome (Game Yarouze, 2008) and its 2010 sequel were inspired by the “impossible” architectural designs of Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd, known as “the father of impossible figures”. He is credited for creating the Penrose Triangle, an image of a “3D” triangle that can be drawn, but not built, and was a major inspiration for Dutch abstract artist M C Escher.
1604Fastest marathon dressed as a Viking
1605Most distant symbiotic binary star
1606Pitcher with most consecutive scoreless gamesArthur RhodesUnited States26 June 2010Arthur Rhodes (USA) had a scoreless streak of 33 games while pitching in relief for the Cincinnati Reds (USA) over a 30-inning span from 13 April to 26 June 2010. Rhodes' feat matched the Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most consecutive appearances without allowing a run, a record previously set by Mike Myers of the Colorado Rockies (USA) in 2000 and Mark Guthrie (USA) of the New York Mets (USA) in 2002.
1607Longest time spent surfing a wave (male)Gary Saavedra3/55/02 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Panama, Panama City19 March 2011The longest time spent surfing a wave in open water was 3 hr 55 min 02 sec by Gary Saavedra (Panama) surfing the Panama Canal in Panama City, Panama, on 19 March 2011. Saavedra followed a wave-creating boat in covering 41.3 mi (66.47 km), also breaking a record for the longest distance spent surfing a wave. Saavedra was the first person ever allowed by the Panama Canal Authority to surf the canal.Saavedra is a 13-time national surfing champion in Panama.
1608Fastest time to wrap a person in newspaperJonny Andrews3/5 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Southampton27 April 2013The fastest time to wrap a person in newspaper is 3 min 5 sec and was achieved by Jonny Andrews (UK) who wrapped Sam Williams (UK) live on '9AM Automatic,' on SURGE Radio in Southampton, UK, on 27 April 2013.
1609Longest distance carrying a 300 kg yokeZydrunas SavickasItaly, Rome01 April 2010The longest distance carrying a 300 kg yoke is 70 metres (229 ft 7 in) and was achieved by Zydrunas Savickas (Lithuania) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy on 1 April 2010.The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".
1610Longest duration for a continuous fire blowFredrik KarlssonSweden, Stockholm,,Palatset19 November 2011The longest duration blowing a continuous fire-flame is 9.968 seconds and was achieved by Fredrik Karlsson (Sweden) at Palatset in Stockholm, Sweden, on 19 November 2011.
1611Largest attendance at an ice hockey matchUniversity of Michigan104173 peopleUnited States, Ann Arbor11 December 2010The largest confirmed audience for a game of ice hockey was 104,173 people at "The Big Chill at the Big House" between the University of Michigan and Michigan State University at Michigan Football Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 11 December 2010. An unofficial number of 113,411 was announced by the university as an estimate of all individuals present in the stadium for the match.Mike Janela adjudicated.
1612Most critically acclaimed seventh-generation puzzle videogamePortal 2Not Applicable17 June 2013As of 17 June 2013, Portal 2 (Valve, 2011) is the highest-rated puzzle game for a seventh-generation console, earning a 95% aggregate review score on Metacritic in the three years since its release. Developed as a standalone sequel to Portal, which first appeared in The Orange Box (Valve, 2007), the follow-up transports Chell to the Aperture Science facility in the distant future where she must ally with an old nemesis to outsmart a new threat.
1613First person to run a mile in less than four minutesRoger BannisterUnited Kingdom, OxfordOn 6 May 1954, the English athlete Roger Bannister became the first man ever to achieve a sub-four-minute mile. Running in front of a 3,000-strong crowd at Oxford University’s Iffley Road track, the 25-year-old recorded a time of 3 min 59.4 sec, achieving what was then believed by many to be an impossible feat.
1614Oldest offshore oil platformNeft DaslariAzerbaijan01 January 1951Neft Daslari is an entire functioning town constructed in the Caspian Sea 55 km from the coast of Azerbaijan. Construction began in 1949 and began oil production in 1951. Construction and development continued until the town included hotels, hostels, a bakery, a power station, and a total of 7 ha of surface area, consisting of separate ‘islands’ connected by more than 200 km of trestle bridges, all supported on metal stilts. Although much of Neft Daslari has been reclaimed by the sea, its rigs still produce oil and the town has a population of around 5,000.
1615Fastest vehicle slalom relay on iceMitsubishi Motors North America1/11 minute(s), second(s)Canada, Calgary15 January 2011The fastest vehicle slalom relay on ice is 1 minute 11 seconds and was achieved by Mitsubishi Motors North America in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 15 January 2011.The attempt took place on the frozen Ghost Lake outside Calgary and was filmed for a Mitsubishi television commercial.
1616Farthest distance travelled on a unicycle while juggling three objectsJonathan Oberlerchner4805 metre(s)Austria, Klagenfurt25 July 2013The farthest distance travelled on a unicycle while juggling three objects is 4,805 m (15,764 ft), achieved by Jonathan Oberlerchner (Austria) at Leopold Wagner Arena in Klagenfurt, Austria on 25 July 2013.Jonathan Oberlerchner first rode a unicycle when he was eight years old. Eight years later he achieved this outstanding Guinness World Records title!
1617Fastest mile in a fireman's uniformAshrita Furman7/58.02 minute(s)United States, Jamaica06 April 2013The fastest mile in a fireman's uniform is 7 min and 58.02 sec and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), at the Jamaica High School athletics track in New York USA, on 6 April 2013.
1618First american cowboy starGilbert M. AndersonfirstUnited States, 01 January 1903Long before John Wayne graced the silver screen, “The Great Train Robbery”, made in 1903 and directed by Edwin S. Porter (USA), introduced the first american cowboy star, Gilbert M. Anderson, better known to audiences as “Broncho Billy” Anderson. He was far more versatile than the cowboy stars of subsequent generations as he played not only a bandit, but a passenger who was most unceremoniously shot in the back, and he showed his full range of talent by also playing a dancer in a scene which qualifies as the cinema’s first musical number.
1619Longest hi-fidelity spaceflight simulationMars500firstRussia, 01 June 2010Mars500 is a collaboration between the European Space Agency, Russia and China, to simulate a 500-day manned mission to Mars. The crew of six men entered their sealed facility in Moscow, Russia, in June 2010 and emerged in November 2011. Their ‘spacecraft’ is constructed from sealed containers linked together to provide 550 cubic metres of internal space. The project includes a 20-minute time delay in communications between the crew and the outside world, just like a real Mars mission would.The crew members were Alexey Sitev, Sukhrob Kamolov and Alexandr Smoleevskiy (all Russia), Romain Charles (France), Diego Urbina (Italy/Colombia), Wang Yue (China).
1620First commercial exhibition of a projected motion picture (film)10 short films by the Lumiere BrothersfirstFrance, Paris,Salon Indien, Gran Cafe01 January 1895Often hailed as the ‘founding fathers of modern film’, the Lumiere Brothers, Louis and Auguste, can take credit for the first commercial exhibition of a projected motion picture to a paying public in 1895, in the world's first movie theatre - the Salon Indien, at the Grand Cafe on Paris' Boulevard des Capucines. The 20-minute program included ten short films with twenty showings a day.

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