Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

1741Most people performing a kataCK School of Practical Knowledge809 peopleIndia, Cuddalore,,Grounds of CK School of Practical Knowledge03 August 2013The most people performing a kata is 809 and was achieved by the CK School of Practical Knowledge (India) in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, India, on 3 August 2013.
1742Longest time heading a football between two peopleTomas Lundman, Valon Gashi12/42 minute(s), second(s)Sweden, Gothenburg,Nordstan Shopping Mall24 November 2007The record for the longest time heading a football between two people is 12 min 42 sec, and was achieved by Tomas Lundman and Valon Gashi (both Sweden) at Nordstan Shopping Mall, in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 24 November 2007.Craig adjudicated. The record was created by Craing and the attempters at the venue. Tomas Lundman holds more records related with football skills.
1743Longest time controlling a football with the solesAkinori Wase12/47 minute(s), second(s)Japan, Osaka09 October 2011The longest time controlling a football with the soles is 12 min 47 sec, and was achieved by Akinori Wase (Japan), at Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka City, Japan on 9 October 2011.
1744First heat-ray gunActive Denial SystemfirstUnited States, Moody Air Force Base24 January 2007The first heat-ray gun is the Active Denial System, which projects an invisible heat-energy microwave beam within a range of 500 m (1,640 ft). Typically, the gun is mounted on to a Humvee vehicle, and whilst a human target would immediately feel a burning sensation, the weapon is non-lethal. The gun was publically demonstrated for the first time, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, USA on 24 January 2007.The beam can penetrate clothes and heats up the water under the skin of a target individual in its path to 50ºC (122ºF).
1745Most participants in a table tennis rallyKyowa Kirin Four-prefectural (Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki) Kizuna Table Tennis Friendly Match139 peopleJapan, Inawashiro27 April 2014The most participants in a table tennis rally is 139 and was achieved during the Kyowa Kirin Four-prefectural (Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki) Kizuna Table Tennis Friendly Match (Japan), held in support of the Tohoku Region, in Inawashiro, Fukushima, Japan, on 27 April 2014.The participants were elementary, junior high, and high school students who belong to the table tennis associations of the four prefectures, as well as adult table tennis players who coached them for the duration of the event.
1746Most corn cobs on a single plantTyler CraigUnited States, Swedesburg13 October 2009The most corn cobs on a single plant were 16, grown by Tyler Craig (USA) at his home in Swedesburg, Iowa, USA, on 13 October 2009.In May 2009, Tyler planted a few kernels of Pioneer brand seed received from his grandfather, who is a crop farmer. He used Miracle Gro fertilizer.
1747First evidence of hominid cannibalismUnknownSpainIn the foothills of the Sierra de Atapuerca in northern Spain is a series of prehistoric caves in which a human ancestor - homosapiens antecessor - lived up to 800,000 years ago. Among the hominid skeletal remains are bones and skulls displaying a series of gouges and scars that suggest a tool had been used for skinning, scraping flesh and extracting marrow from bones. The same pattern of markings is mirrored in animal bones found nearby.Further - and later - sites containing evidence of cannibalism among Neanderthals have been found in Croatia and southern France. Outside of Europe, investigations into bones discovered among the remains of the Anasazi peoples of North America have revealed evidence of "pot polish" - the result of stirring body parts in a cooking pot.
1748Most consecutive free throws from a wheelchairJeff WalkerUnited States, Liberty,,Liberty Community Center10 July 2013The most consecutive free throws from a wheelchair is 11 and was achieved by Jeff Walker (USA) at Liberty Community Center in Liberty, Missouri, USA, on 10 July 2013.Jeff plays for the Kansas Wheelhawks in the NWBA. His six year old son, Elliot, was on hand to return the ball to his father after every free throw.
1749Longest duration spinning a basketball on the headMehmet Kekec18.11 minute(s), second(s)Germany, HamburgThe longest duration spinning a basketball on the head was 18.11 sec by Mehmet Kekec (Germany) at the Soccer Meets Schanze charity event in Hamburg, Germany, on 28 May 2011.Kekec was required to spin a regulation basketball on his finger before transferring the spin to his head, which is when the timing began.
1750Most players in a guitar hero relay in 24 hoursCity of Verona594 peopleItaly, Verona12 September 2009The most players in a 24-hour Guitar Hero session is 594, achieved by Activision Italy and gamers in the city of Verona, Italy as part of the launch of Guitar Hero 5 from 11-12 September 2009.Sweden came a close second, with Madrid and Utrecht also doing well in the multi venue organised attempt on this record.
1751Most t-shirts removed while heading a footballMarcelo Ribeiro da SilvaBrazil24 April 2009The most t-shirts removed while heading a football is 21 and was achieved by Marcelo Ribeiro da Silva (Brazil) on the set of Toda Sexta in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on 24 April 2009.Marcelo Ribeiro da Silva (Brazil) has always been doing ball control tricks to support his family's living and the attempt was live on the set of Toda Sexta.
1752Longest ramp jump by a remote controlled car (RC)Thomas Strobel36.9 metre(s)Germany, Sonneberg30 July 2011The longest ramp jump performed by a remote controlled model car was 36.9 m (121 ft 0.75 in) achieved by a Carson Specter 6S, controlled by Thomas Strobel (Germany) at SPEEDWEEKS 2011 in Sonneberg, Germany on 30 July 2011.Several attempts were made on the day, Strobel initially jumped a distance of 35.2 m (115 ft 5.82 in) before bettering it. The Carson Specter 6S uses a brushless motor powerd by a 22.2V LiPo battery pack.
1753Longest time balancing a football on the sole of the foot (male)Ash Randall5/49 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Cardiff04 September 2011The longest time balancing a football on the sole of the foot (male) was 5 min 49 sec by Ash Randall (UK) at the Cardiff Street Soccer Tournament in Cardiff, UK, on 4 September 2011.Witnesses timed the attempt to 5 min 51 sec but a timecode on the video evidence showed the attempt to last truly 5 min 49 sec.
1754Largest collection of candle holders / chambersticksTim and Cindy DuffyUnited States, Olathe, KS13 November 2010Tim and Cindy Duffy (USA) have a collection of 527 different chambersticks, as of 13 November 2010, that they have amassed for over 10 years.Tim and Cindy keep their entire collection in their home in Kansas and arrange them differently depending on the time of year. They all have candles in them and they do come in handy when they lose power due to the Kansas weather.
1755Most crystals on a wedding dressÖzden Gelinlik Moda Tasarim Ltd.Turkey, Istanbul29 January 2011The most crystals on a wedding dress is 45,024 and was achieved by Özden Gelinlik Moda Tasarim Ltd. (Turkey) and presented at the Forum Istanbul Shopping Mall, in Istanbul, Turkey, on 29 January 2011.The dress took 5 days to prepare. It is being sold for 14,650 EUR (£12,900, USD 21,000)
1756Highest hippy jump on a snowskateKyle Williams47 centimetre(s)United States, Aspen31 January 2010The highest hippy jump on a snowskate is 47 cm (18.5 in) by Kyle Williams (USA) at Winter X Games 14 in Aspen, Colorado, USA on 31 January 2010.
1757Most flying discs (Frisbees) caught and held in the mouth by a dogEdward Watson’s dog RoseUnited States01 January 2010Edward Watson's (USA) dog Rose can catch seven flying discs,thrown one at a time, and hold them all in her mouth at once!
1758First hominid to survive a space flightUnknownfirstUSA, Cape Canaveral,FloridaThe first hominid to survive a space flight is Ham, a chimpanzee who was launched by NASA onto a suborbital test flight from Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA on 31 January 1961. At its peak, the Mercury-Redstone rocket he was travelling in reached 254 km (miles) above Earth, before returning to land, 16.5 minutes after launch, where Ham was recovered alive.
1759Largest collection of mobile phonesCarsten Tews1563 itemsGermany, Brünzow OT Stilow23 February 2010Carsten Tews (Germany) has 1,563 different mobile phones, as of 23 February 2010, which he has collected since 1998.The oldest mobile phone he owns is a 33 year old TEKADE BSA 31.
1760First ship sunk by a nuclear submarineARA BelgranofirstFalkland Islands, The first, and so far only, ship to have been sunk by a nuclear submarine in conflict was the ARA Belgrano, a cruiser belonging to the Argentine Navy. She was sunk on 2 May 1982 by the nuclear hunter-killer submarine HMS Conqueror, using three Mk 8 torpedoes, each with an 362-kg (800-lb) warhead, during the Falklands War between the United Kingdom and Argentina. Two of these warheads actually struck the Belgrano, and she sank with a loss of 323 crewmembers. Originally built as the USS Phoenix, for the US Navy, she survived WW2 and was sold to Argentina in October 1951 and was renamed General Belgrano in 1956. She was sunk because she and the two destroyers keeping company in her Task Group represented a significant threat to the British forces, although the incident has been surrounded by political controversy ever since.
1761Most drinks with a ring pull opened in one minuteAshrita FurmanUnited States09 March 2014The most drinks with a ring pull opened in one minute is 66, and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA), at the Sri Chinmoy Center, in New York, New York, USA, on 9 March 2014.
1762First point ’n’ click videogame to use character scalingThe Secret of Monkey IslandfirstThe Secret of Monkey Island was the first point ’n’ click game to use a technique called character scaling. This allows a sprite –an image or animation that usually represents a character, for example the pirate Guybrush Threepwood –to appear nearer or further away from the player. The programmers scaled the sprite, which means they made it bigger or smaller, and this gave a feeling of perspective.
1763First superhero videogame to tie into a comic storylineThe Death and Return of Supermanfirst, 01 August 1994The Death and Return of Superman, released for the SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis in August 1994, was the first superhero video game that tied in with a comic-book storyline that was being published at the same time. As Superman, the player was defeated by Doomsday. Gameplay then followed with a series of replacement superheroes. The game was released just a few months before the Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage storyline got its own spin-off game in 1994.Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009.
1764Largest serving of dumplingsA Chang Meat Dumpling Restaurant685 kilogram(s)Chinese Taipei, Changhua County,Changhua County stadium18 November 2012The largest serving of dumplings weighed 685kg (1,510 lbs 2 oz) and was made by A Chang Meat Dumpling Restaurant (Chinese Taipei) at Changhua County Stadium in Changhua City, Changhua County, Chinese Taipei, on 18 November 2012.The ingredients to make up the dumpling consisted of:155kg of dough508.5kg of Pork52.5kg of taro & other vegetables18kg of onions15kg of sugar6 litres of soy sauce2.4 litres of rice wine vinegar1.2 kg of black pepper5.6 litres of sesame oil
1765Fastest Time to throw 10 knives alternatively to both sides of a human targetDavid AdamovichUnited States, New York10 November 2008The fastest time to throw 10 knives alternatively to both sides of a human target is 4 seconds, and was achieved by Dr. David R. Adamovich (The Great Throwdini, USA) and his target girl Tina Nagy (USA) in New York City, New York, USA, on 10 November 2008.The record was set in the rehearsal for "The Morning News" in CW11. Only 10 knives were used for the record at a distance of 6 feet to the target.
1766First camera tabletPillCam01 January 2000The PillCam (TM), a camera which fits inside a pill and can record more than 55,000 pictures in a period of eight hours was invented by Gavriel Iddan, Gavriel Meron, Arkady Glukhovsky & Paul Swain in 2000 and has been in use since 2001. The technique, called a Colon Capsule Endoscopy, could boost chances of an early detection of illnesses of the digestive system and could eliminate the need for probing.
1767Fastest time to peel and eat a kiwi fruitAshrita Furman5.35 second(s)United States, Jamaica, New York10 December 2008The fastest time to peel and eat a kiwi fruit is 5.35 seconds and was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) at the Panorama Cafe, Jamaica, New York, USA, on 10 December 2008.
1768Largest collection of oil lampsGerd BonkGermany, Sangerhausen02 November 2009Gerd Bonk (Germany) has a collection of 356 different antique oil lamps that he has been collecting since 1975.His collection consists of 1 wall oil lamp, 2 standing oil lamps, 22 hanging oil lamps, 46 small table oil lamps and 285 table oil lamps.
1769Fastest kilometre by a motorcycle fanKonnie Huq1/38.77 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, 12 March 2009The fastest kilometre by a motorcycle fan was 1 minute 38.77 seconds and was achieved by Konnie Huq and The Royal Signals White Helmets Motorcycle Display Team (all UK) on the set of Guinness World Records Smashed in Newquay, UK, on 12 March 2009.
1770Longest duration balancing a tyre on the teethFrank Simon31 seconds minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing21 June 2009The longest duration balancing a tyre on the teeth is 31 seconds and was achieved by Frank Simon (USA) on the set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 21 June 2009.The tyre must weigh at least 50 kg (110 lb).

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