Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
151Most backflips on a kick scooter- single jumpJarret ReidUnited States, Van Nuys21 January 2001Jarret Reid of Anaheim, California, USA managed by travelling from a ramp at a height of 5.48 m. (18 ft), a single scooter back flip, landing with both feet on the scooter at Van Nuys Airport, California for Guinness World Records: Primetime on 21 January 2001.
152Largest ring-a-ring-o' roses rhymeWaterford Schools and clubs1953 peopleIreland, The People's Park,Waterford20 April 2004A total of 1,953 schoolchildren joined hands for the largest ring-a-ring-o'roses at The People's Park, Waterford, Ireland, on 20 April 2004. The song was repeated for six and a half minutes, with everyone falling down and getting up in unison.
153Largest parade of bicyclesUdine Pedala48615 peopleItaly, Udine11 June 2000The most participants in a cycling event is 48,615 for Udine Pedala 2000 organised by Rolo Banca 1473 at Udine, Italy on 11 June 2000. The cyclists completed a circuit measuring 29.3 km (18.2 miles) around Udine. The most participants in a tour in an excess of 1000km are 2037 (from 2157 starters) for the Australian Bicentennial Caltex Bike Ride from Melbourne to Sydney from 26 Nov-10 Dec 1988.
154Most flips of a 25 kg weight in a minuteJohnny Lindstrom24 timesSweden, Stockholm24 November 2001Johnny Lindström (Sweden) flipped over a 25 kg (55 lb 1.54 oz) weight with one hand a total of 24 times in a minute on the set of Guinness World Rekords, Stockholm, Sweden on 24 November 2001.
155First asteroid with a tailP/2010 A2firstNot Applicable, 01 January 2010P/2010 A2, discovered in 2010, is a small asteroid around 150 m across which orbits in the main belt of asteroids between Mars and Jupiter. Observations using the Hubble Space Telescope revealed a tail of dust almost certainly caused by a collision at over 15,000 kph with another asteroid. The collision could have occurred less than a year before the asteroid’s discovery.
156Fastest Twenty20 hundred (male)Chris GayleIndia, Bangalore23 April 2013Chris Gayle (Jamaica) smashed a century from just 30 balls for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors in the Indian Premier League in Bangalore, India, on 23 April 2013. Gayle's destructive 175 not out, the highest score by a player in a Twenty20 innings, featured 13 fours and 17 sixes, the most sixes by a player in a Twenty20 innings and the most runs scored in boundaries by a player in a Twenty20 innings (154).
157First 3D movie nominated for an OscarAudioscopiksfirstUnited States, 01 January 1935A short experimental movie entitled Audioscopiks (USA, 1935), filmed using the Norling-Leventhal 3-Dimensions process an anaglyph technique devised by John Norling and Jacob Leventhal (both USA) received Academy Award recognition in the category Best Short Subject, Novelty.The eight-minute reel showcased the 3D effect with a ladder being pushed out of a window, a sliding trombone, a woman on a swing and someone throwing a baseball.
158Most runs scored by a player in a Twenty20 match (male)Chris GayleIndia, Bangalore23 April 2013Chris Gayle (Jamaica) finished on 175 not out – the highest score by a player in any professional Twenty20 innings – for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors in the Indian Premier League in Bangalore, India, on 23 April 2013. Gayle brought up three figures in a record 30 balls and his explosive innings featured 13 fours and 17 sixes, the most sixes by a player in a Twenty20 innings and the most runs scored in boundaries by one player in a Twenty20 innings (154).
159Longest time without a government as a result of conflictIraqIraq01 October 2010The Iraq conflict began on 20 March 2003 and, although major combat operations ended on 2 May 2003, it was not formally ended until President Obama declared it over in speech on 31 August 2010. Forming a new Iraqi government then proved extremely difficult and, on 1 October 2010, Iraq broke the record for the longest period for a country without a government. It had held parliamentary elections on 7 March 2010 and did not form a government until 21 December 2010 after a total of 289 days.While it took 249 days for Iraq's politicians to settle on a draft government agreement, the administration had to wait another 40 days before taking office, hence the total 289 days.
160Fastest time to recite a scene from a play or filmPaul O''GradyUnited Kingdom, LondonThe record for fastest time to recite a scene from a play or film was 56 seconds achieved by Paul O’Grady (UK) on the set of The New Paul O’Grady Show, London, UK on 25 May 2007.The scrip was from the show “Hi-de-Hi” and had 300 words as per the guidelines. See transcript attached to claim.
161Fastest time to make a modelling balloon dog behind the backDaniele BottalicoItaly, Cassano delle Murge10 November 2007With his arms behind his back, Daniele Bottalico (Italy), aka Mago Ciccio, made a balloon poodle using a single 260Q modelling balloon in a time of 4.54 seconds in Cassano delle Murge, Bari, Italy, on 10 November 2007.
162First television style previews and recaps in a videogameAlone in the DarkThe earliest television style previews and recaps in a video game were used in the Alone in the Dark game. Each time a player starts playing with a saved game, they see a video summary of the previous section. Every section closes with a nail-biting cliffhanger and, if the player is leaving the game, a video teaser of the next section to keep them wanting more.
163Fastest time to pull a thresher over 15 m (team)Team ThiessAustralia, Kingaroy02 August 2008The fastest time to pull a thresher 15 m (49 ft 3 in) by a team of 15 is 13.78 sec set by Team Thiess at the Kingaroy Showground in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia, during the 2008 Peanut Festival on 2 August 2008.The team members were: Christopher Dennis, Matthew Wason, Michael Hammond, Douglas Thompson, Owen Stewart, Aaron Marsh, Stephen Jensen, Mathew Wilkes, Kerry Frame, Peter Tudman, James Carty, Mick Newby, Michael Gerblich, Gary Rinehart, Peter Fairfull. Previous record holders King Fit Dreams also took part at the festival and beat their own record with 13.84 seconds.
164First GPS projectile tracking deviceStarChasefirstUSAStarChase is a tracking system developed by the US company of the same name. It is a small cannon designed to be mounted on a police car or handheld, which fires a golf ball-sized sticky projectile at a vehicle being pursued by law-enforcement personnel. The projectile contains a small GPS tracker, receiver and power supply and allows the police to track fugitives without having to directly follow their vehicle in a car chase.
165Fastest time to change a wheel on a spinning carTerry Grant3/10 minute(s), second(s)Italy, Rome04 March 2010The fastest time to change a wheel on a spinning car is 3 min 10 sec and was achieved by Terry Grant (UK) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy on 4 March 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV show "Lo Show dei Record"
166Largest HakaMazda France & C.A. Brive Corrèze LimousinparticipantsFrance, Paris27 September 2014The largest Haka was achieved by 4,028 participants at an event organised by Mazda France and C.A. Brive Corrèze Limousin (both France) at the Stade Amédée Domenech in Brive-la-Gaillarde, France, on 27 September 2014.
167Most coins tossed into a target area by a team in one minuteMN 550 : John Carroll University Leadership ClassUnited States, University Heights01 January 1900The most coins tossed into a target area by a team in one minute is 915 and was achieved by MN 550: John Carroll University Leadership Class (USA) in Akron, Ohio, USA, on 20 November 2014. The record was broken by 64 students who were raising money for the Cleveland Food Bank's "Coins for Cleveland" campaign.
168Longest duration to spin a discSaar Kessel1 minute and 5 seconds hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Israel, Mishmar HaShiv'a12 February 2015The longest duration to spin a disc is 1 min 5 sec achieved by Saar Kessel (Israel) in Mishmar HaShiv'a, Israel, on 12 February 2015. Saar Kessel also held the previous record with 1 minute and 0 seconds.
169Most people to form a tattooed sentenceAlessandro Bonacorsi77 participantsItaly, Limidi di Soliera10 October 2015The most people to form a tattooed sentence is 77, achieved by Alessandro Bonacorsi a.k.a. Alle Tattoo (Italy) in Limidi di Soliera, Modena, Italy, on 10 October 2015.The tattoo spells "STEP BY STEP TOGETHER FOR A WORLD OF PEACE HAPPINESS FAMILY PASSION ART LOVE TATTOO AND MUSIC".
170Largest road safety lessonRavindra Kisan Gaikwad2,168 peopleIndia, Mumbai31 January 2016The largest road safety class included 2,168 participants and was organised by Ravindra Kisan Gaikwad and DRTO Borivali (both India) in Mumbai, India, on 31 January 2016. The record started off with a rally of motorcyclists who drove 12 km to the record attempt venue and listened to a lesson in road safety awareness under the auspices of the traffic police.
171Longest duration spinning a basketball on a toothbrushDipanshu Mishra42.92 second(s)India, satna25 October 2015The longest duration spinning a basketball on a toothbrush is 42.92 seconds, achieved by Dipanshu Mishra (India) in Satna, Madhya Pradesh, India on 7 December 2015. Dipanshu was 15 years old when he completed this attempt.
172Most passes between a dog and human of a football in the air in one minuteThis record is for the most passes between a dog and human of a football in the air in a one minute time frame.The record is to be attempted by an individual and a dog.This record is measured by the number of passes.For the purpose of this record a pass of a football is the transfer of a commercially available size 5 football over a distance of 1.5 meters between the two participants. With the human making contact with their head, chest, legs or feet, and the dog with their head or paws.
173Largest parade of horse-drawn carriagesJean ReaIreland, Limerick03 August 2008The largest parade of horse-drawn carriages was achieved by 265 carriages at Tipperary Racecourse, Limerick, Ireland, on 3 August 2008.
174Fastest time to push a car 50 m with a spear to the throatSebastian Kopke40.14 second(s)Germany, Rust26 June 2013The fastest time to push a car 50 m with a spear to the throat is 40.14 sec and was achieved by Sebastian Kopke a.k.a. Satu (Germany) on the set of 'Wir Holen Den Rekord Nach Deutschland' at Europa-Park in Rust, Germany, on 26 June 2013.The vehicle used for the record attempt weighed 2,100 kg (4,629 lb 11.326 oz) plus the weight of the driver. The engine was switched off during the attempt.
175Most consecutive tailwhips on a BMX off a halfpipe rampRomuald Noirot7 timesFrance, Port Medoc19 July 2005The record for the most tailwhips performed on a BMX on a ramp is seven and was set by Romuald Noirot (France) on the set of L’Été De Tous Les Records, Port Medoc, France on 19 July 2005.
176Most fountain pools in a public placeTurkmenistanTurkmenistan, Ashgabad01 June 2008The greatest number of fountain pools in a public place is 27, which can be found in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, as certified on 29 June 2008.The fountains cover an area of 14.8231 ha. They are coordinated, programmable, with lights, and synchronized. Craig Glenday adjudicated.
177Longest ramp jump on a mini bike (minimoto)Brent BradyAustralia, Melbourne29 March 2008The longest ramp jump on a mini bike is 31.87 m (104 ft 7 in) and was achieved by Brent Brady (Australia) on a Moto Vert 150 during the Crusty Demons Night of World Records at Calder Park Raceway in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 29 March 2008.
178Fastest time to type a text message (SMS) on a QWERTY smartphoneGrace Pak56.57 second(s)United States, Abington08 June 2011Grace Pak (USA) typed a prescribed 264-character text on a QWERTY mobile phone in 56.57 sec at Abington Junior High School in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, USA, on 8 June 2011.The text was: The telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell (UK), who filed his patent for the telephone on 14 February 1876 at the New York Patent Office, USA. The first intelligible call occurred in March 1876 in Boston, Massachusetts, when Bell phoned his assistant in a nearby room and said 'Come here Watson, I want you.'
179Most chrysanthemum blooms on a single stemYoshiteru NomuraJapan, Izumi04 November 2011The most chrysanthemum blooms on a single stem is 4,351 and was achieved by Yoshiteru Nomura (Japan) at All Japan Chrysanthemum Exhibition, Izumi-shi, Osaka, Japan, on 4 November 2011.The chrysanthemum plant measured 4.5 m (14ft 9 in)high and 2.2 m (7 ft 2 in) wide. Six chrysanthemum experts from Japan National Chrysanthemum Society counted the blooms.
180Most jumps over a moving human leg by a dog in thirty secondsSuper Wan Wan CircusJapan, MiyagiThe most jumps over a moving human leg by a dog in thirty seconds is 34 and was achieved by Uchida Geinousha's 'Super Wan Wan Circus' (Japan) in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, on 19 May 2011. This was the highlight of a fund raising event for the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.

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