Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

16321Greatest combined weight juggledDenys IlchenkoUnited Kingdom, Nairn,,Zippos Circus17 July 2013The greatest combined weight juggled is 26.98 kg (59.48 lb) and was achieved by Denys Ilchenko (Ukraine) on the set of 'Officially Amazing' in Nairn, UK, on 17 July 2013.
16322Least commercially successful winner of a Game of the Year awardOkami (Capcom, 2006)600000 unit(s) sold, 01 January 2006While it garnered vast amounts of critical praise, even gaining several coveted Game of the Year awards from websites such as IGN and Game Revolution, Okami had sold just under 600,000 copies as of March 2009, almost three years after its release. This dismal performance qualifies Okami as the worst-performing winner of a Game of the Year accolade from a major gaming publication.
16323Longest time to spin a basketball on a toeBernie Eric Jeffrey Boehm25.52 metre(s)United States, Wilbur-by-the-Sea12 March 2015The longest time to spin a basketball on a toe is 25.52 seconds, achieved by Bernie Eric Jeffrey Boehm (USA), in Wilbur-by-the-Sea, Florida, USA, on 12 March 2015.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: burniemac26):
16324Longest tennis volley rallyAngelo A. & Ettore Rossetti30,576 timesUnited States, Weston08 August 2015The longest tennis volley rally measures 30,576 volleys, achieved by Angelo A. & Ettore Rossetti (both USA) at the Weston Racquet Club in Weston, Connecticut, USA, on 8 August 2015. The Rossetti brothers are prior Guinness World Records title holders for "Longest Tennis Rally."
16325Tallest freestanding artificial climbing wallHistoric Banning Mills41.89 metre(s)United States, Whitesburg09 November 2011The tallest artificial climbing wall measures 41.89 m (137.42 ft) and was constructed at Historic Banning Mills, Whitesburg, Georgia, USA. The wall was measured on 9 December 2011.The wall was measured by William Hutson (Land surveyors & engineers, state of Georgia, License LS002312) of Georgia & West Inc., using a Topcon GTS 233W total station laser measuring device. The wall was climbed by Kalib Robertson, an experienced climber, in approximately 12 minutes on 9 December 2011.
16326Most clothes retrieved from washing line by a dog in one minuteHeidi Deml13 itemsAustria, Vienna29 November 2009The most clothes retrieved from washing line by a dog in one minute is 13 and was achieved by Gustl a Terrier Mix owned by Heidi Deml (both Germany) at the Vienna Congress Centre, Vienna, Austria, on 29 November 2009.Gustl is 4 years old and can perform more than 50 commands, he has received around 80 prizes for his performances.
16327Most martial arts kicks in three minutes (using one leg) (male)Ahmad Amin Bodla801 repetitionsPakistan, Lahore27 August 2015The most martial arts kicks in three minutes using one leg by a male is 801 and was achieved by Ahmad Amin Bodla (Pakistan), in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, on 27th August 2015. Ahmad broke his previous record of 783 which he achieved in 2013.
16328Smallest working cannonMarcus Hull6.88 mm / 4.34 mm / 2.8 mm centimetre(s)Australia, Melbourne04 July 2015The smallest working cannon measures 6.88 mm (0.27 in) in length, 4.34 mm (0.17 in) in width and 2.8 mm (0.11 in) in height, was made by Marcus Hull (Australia) and fired in Melbourne, Australia, on 4 July 2015..
16329Thermometer - smallestGreen Fluorescent Proteins24 Angstroms firstCanada, Hamilton09 August 2007On 9 August 2007, researchers from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, published a paper that demonstrated the world's smallest thermometer. Made from Green Fluorescent Protein, the substance that allows jellyfish to glow, the protein emitted "flashes" of light in direct relationship to its temperature. The flashing of the protein happens very quickly and is caused by light being absorbed and emitted by the protein molecules. The protein itself is only around ~42 Å long and ~24 Å in diameter, and comprises 238 amino acids in a cylindrical arrangement. Applications in micro-surgical monitoring and non-invasive sensors for health monitoring are an obvious offshoot of this incredible technology.These proteins have been used to genetically bond to skin of mice and fish. They are demonstrated to be biologically safe in thermometer applications by experiments to show they can be attached safely to animal DNA.

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