Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
1771Fastest time to make a pasta necklaceNicole MorenoUnited States, Gatlinburg19 July 2013The fastest time to make a pasta necklace using 25 penne pasta tubes is 39.25 seconds and was achieved by Nicole Moreno (USA) at the Guinness World Records Museum in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA, on 19 July 2013.
1772Most naan bread made in one hour by a team of fiveIndian Ocean RestaurantUnited Kingdom, Ashton-Under-Lyne29 September 2009The most pieces of naan bread made in one hour by a team of five is 640 and was achieved by Indian Ocean Restaurant (UK) in Ashton-under-Lyne, UK, on 29 September 2009.The naan breads were made in traditional tandoor ovens.
1773Most cameras used in a live concertCreed, Daniel CatulloUSA, Houston,Texas25 September 2009The most cameras used in a live concert recording is 239, achieved by Creed and DC3 Music (both USA) for the 'Full Circle' tour in Houston, Texas, USA on 25 September 2009.Gaz Deaves adjudicated.
1774Most golf holes played by a pair in 12 hours (cart)Katsuya Takasu, Koji Ishida261 total numberJapan, Aichi02 August 2011The most golf holes played in 12 hours by a pair using a cart is 261 and was achieved by Katsuya Takasu and Koji Ishida (both Japan) at Kyowa Country Club, Toyoda-shi, Aichi-ken, Japan, on 2 August 2011.Mr Takasu was 66 years old and Mr Ishida was 71 years old at the time of the record attempt. They used foursome rules (taking alternate shots). The final score after 14 and a half rounds was 1,352.
1775Longest time to hold the elbow hook split position on a poleAmanda Jean LongoUnited States, Los Angeles24 June 2012The longest time to hold the elbow hook split position on a pole is 1 min 16 sec and was achieved by Amanda Longo (USA) at the 2012 Pole Con competition in Los Angeles, California, USA on 24 June 2012. The event was hold by the International Pole Convention.There were several other participants but Amanda achieved the record time.
1776Fastest time to recite the first verse of a song (individual)Daniel BackUnited Kingdom, London12 November 2009The fastest time to recite the first verse of a song is 7.91 sec and was achieved by Daniel Back (UK), on Heart FM Breakfast, London, UK, on 12 November 2009.The verse recited was from Madonna's True Blue and Daniel was the first lucky caller to recite the verse in under 10 seconds, he had phoned into the show from the A10 road. The record was attempted as part of Guinness World Records Day 2009.
1777Longest career as a computer software developerKaneyuki Yamaguchi1945/07/23 year(s), month(s), day(s)Japan, Yokohama18 June 2010Kaneyuki Yamaguchi (Japan, b. 23 July 1945) has been working as computer software developer since 30 March 1964.On the date of the record achievement, Kaneyuki Yamaguchi's career spanned 46 years 2 months 19 days.He worked for ITOCHU Corporation from 30 March 1964 to 31 March 1998. On 13 January 1999 he founded his own software development company, IS22 Corporation, and has continued in the role of Director ever since.
1778Most relay teams to complete a marathonSusanne Herrnberger-Naglis2373 total numberAustria, Vienna18 April 2010The most relay teams to complete a marathon is 2,373 achieved during Vienna City Marathon 2010 in Vienna, Austria, on 18 April 2010. Each team had 4 members, running lenghts of 16.1 km (10 mi), 5.7 km (3.54 mi), 9.1 km (5.65 mi) and 11.295 km (7.02 mi). The marathon was 42.195 km (26.22 mi) long.
1779Fastest time to undress a female mannequinSevgi UguzTurkey, Denizli,,Forum Camlik, Denizli30 April 2010The fastest time to undress a female mannequin is 9.06 seconds and was achieved by Sevgi Uguz (Turkey) at the GWR Live! Roadshow at Forum Camlik, in Denizli, Turkey, on 30 April 2010.
1780Longest journey reversing a tractor and trailerEamonn Hicksonkilometre(s)Ireland, Annascaul02 August 2014The longest journey reversing a tractor and trailer is 17.36 km (10.79 miles) and was achieved by Eamonn Hickson (Ireland) in Annascaul, Ireland, on 2 August 2014.
1781Fastest 100 m in a pedal-powered boat (pedalo) - individual
1782Fastest time to complete a marathon in orbit (female)Sunita (Suni) WilliamsNot Applicable, International Space Station16 April 2007The fastest time to complete a marathon in orbit was achieved by NASA astronaut, Sunita Williams (USA), of Needham, Massachusetts, USA, above Earth on board the International Space Station. Ms Williams, who ran the 42 km (26.2 miles) strapped to a treadmill with bungy cord, competed as an offical entrant of the 111th Boston Marathon (USA) on 16 April 2007, finishing in a time of 4 hr 24 min.Ms Williams circled the Earth at least twice in the process, running as fast as 12.8 km/h (8 mph), but flying more than 8 km (5 miles) each second.
1783Fastest marathon in superhero costume (female)Camille Herron2/48/51 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Tulsa18 November 2012The fastest marathon dressed as a superhero (female) is 2 hr 48 min 51 sec and was achieved by Camille Herron (USA), dressed as Spider-Man, at the 2012 Route 66 Marathon in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, on 18 November 2012.Camille actually woman the female category of the marathon, finishing fifth overall, and knocked over 20 minutes off the previous record.
1784Fastest time to assemble a Bedlam cube (Crazee Cube) blindfoldedAleksander IljasovNorway, Svalbard25 February 2008The record for the fastest time to assemble a Bedlam cube (rebranded Crazee Cube) blindfolded is 27.21 seconds achieved by Aleksander Iljasov (Norway) in Svalbard, Norway, on 25 February 2008.
1785Oldest female golfer to score their ageKayoko Fukui1936/10/5 year(s), month(s), day(s)Japan, Karuizawa16 August 2007The oldest player to score her age is Kayoko Fukui (Japan, b. 5 October 1936), who scored 70 at Taiheiyo Golf Club, Karuizawa, Japan, on 16 August 2007.Her exact age was 70 years, 315 days.
1786Largest hi-definition television screen at a sporting venuePanasonic/Texas Motor SpeedwayUnited States, Fort Worth11 February 2014The largest hi-definition television screen at a sporting venue measures 1,915.13 m² (20,614.31 ft²), and was built by Panasonic at the Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas, USA as measured on 11 Feb 2014.
1787Largest object lifted by helium balloonsA houseUnited States, Los Angeles01 January 2011In a real-life mirroring of the animated movie Up (USA, 2009), the National Geographic Channel (USA) floated a house weighing 1,966.3 kg (4,335lb) ­ including the 4.8 x 4.8 x 5.5 m (16 x 16 x 18 ft) frame plus the ballast, rigging and pilot ­ to a height of (10,000 ft) over Los Angeles, California, USA, using a cluster of 300 helium-filled balloons.Each balloon inflated to 2.5 m (8 ft) and formed a cluster 10-storeys tall.The project, which took two weeks to realize, was part of the TV series How Hard Can it Be?
1788Fastest time to solve a Skewb Rubik's CubeBrandon HarnishUnited States, Sunnydale09 February 2014Brandon Harnish (USA) solved a Skewb in 2.19 seconds at Bay Area Speedcubin' 2 2014 in Sunnyvale, California, USA, on 9 February 2014. The Skewb is a type of Rubik's Cube – however, its axes of rotation pass through the corners of the cube rather than the centres of the faces.
1789Most participants in a static cycling relay in 8 hoursAll For Planet FoundationparticipantsPoland, Kostrzyn upon the Odra01 August 2014The most participants in a static cycling relay in 8 hours is 321 and was achieved by the All For Planet Foundation (Poland) at The Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn upon the Odra, Poland, on 1 August 2014.
1790Highest skateboard drop into a quarter pipeAdil DyaniNorway, Oslo21 September 2013The highest skateboard drop into a quarter pipe is 9.39 m (30 ft 81 in) and was achieved by Adil Dyani (Norway) in Magero, Tjome, Norway on 21 September 2013.Adil wanted to break his previous personal world record. The attempt was held inside a military base.
1791Longest journey by bicycle in a single countryPrasad Erande14576 kilometre(s)India, Pune22 June 2014The longest journey by bicycle in a single country is 14576 km (9057.1 miles) and was achieved by Prasad Erande (India), who rode throughout India from 22 June 2014 to 9 November 2014."This journey changed me", said Prasad. "It increased my inner strength and taught me how to survive when conditions are not in my favour."
1792Fastest round of golf (team)Farnham Golf Club Members13/42 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, FarnhamThe fastest round of golf by a team is 13 min 42 sec, achieved by Farnham Golf Club Members (UK) in Farnham, Surrey, UK, on 31 May 2015.Participants raised over £1,500 for the Captains' Charity, the local Kent, Surrey and Sussex air ambulance service.
1793Longest time balancing a football on the shinSinan Öztürk1 min 55 sec minute(s), second(s)Germany, Mittweida13 November 2014The longest time balancing a football on the shin is 1 min 55 sec and was achieved by Sinan Öztürk (Germany) in Mittweida, Saxony, Germany, on 13 November 2014. Sinan Öztürk has been fascinated by the art of freestyle football and football juggling since 2008.
1794Fastest time to solve a Rubik's cube whilst jugglingTeo Kai XiangSingapore, singapore14 February 2015The fastest time to solve a Rubik's cube whilst juggling is 22.25 seconds, and was achieved by Teo Kai Xiang (Singapore) in Singapore, on 14 February 2015. The attempt took place in the National University of Singapore as part of Singapore Rubik's Cube Open 2015.
1795Largest sock monkeyJody Lewis3.19 metre(s)United Kingdom, Bridgwater07 February 2015The largest sock monkey is 3.19 m (10 ft 5.59 in) tall and was created by Jody Lewis (UK) in Bridgwater, Somerset, UK, on 7 February 2015.The sock monkey weighed 16 kg (35.27 lbs).
1796Most times to roll a car in 5 minutes by an individualJean Caron13 timesChina, Jiangyin11 January 2015The most times to roll a car in five minutes is 13 and was achieved by Jean Caron (Canada) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China on 11 January 2015. Jean went head to head against Ervin Katona (Serbia), who achieved a final total of 11 flips in 3 minutes and 23 seconds. Jean finished his final flip with 5 seconds to spare.
1797Longest sperm storage by a female sharkBrownbanded bamboo shark45 month/dayUnited States, 08 January 2015Female sharks are known to be able to store sperm, leading to several egg being laid by a brownbanded bamboo shark in Steinhart Aquarium after the females housed there had been completely isolated from males for 45 months. After incubation, two of the egg cases started to show embryonic development, one of which developed into a healthy pup. DNA testing, comparing it with that of the three potential mothers, showed that the baby shark showed too much genetic variation to have been the result of parthenogenesis. Furthermore, the shark had 32 alleles, or versions of a particular gene, that were not found in any of the adult females.
1798Farthest distance on a mini-unicyclePeter Rosendahl6.47 metre(s)China, Jiangyin11 January 2015The longest distance on a mini-unicycle is 6.47 m (21.23 ft) and was achieved by Peter Rosendahl (Sweden) on the set of CCTV - Guinness World Records Special in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China on 11 January 2015. Peter used a unicycle with a wheel diameter of 13.8 mm for the record attempt.
1799Fastest marathon dressed as a videogame characterNeil Light3:09:28 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London26 April 2015The fastest marathon dressed as a videogame character is 3 hr 9 min 28 sec and was achieved by Neil Light (UK) at the Virgin Money London Marathon in London, UK, on 26 April 2015.Light's record was one of 34 records verified by GWR on the day of the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon.
1800Most countries visited by electric car (single charge)Frederik Van Overloop6 countriesGermany, NoneThe most countries visited by electric car on a single charge is 6, and was achieved by Frederik Van Overloop (Belgium) in a Tesla Model S on 2 May 2015. Frederik began his journey in Italy at 9.43 am and drove through France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria before arriving in Germany at 7.34 pm. The journey covered 471.5 km (292 miles).

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