Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

1831Fastest time to eat a jam doughnut with no handsPhilip Santoro11.41 second(s)United States, San Francisco17 April 2014The fastest time to eat a jam doughnut with no hands and without licking the lips is 11.41 seconds, and was achieved by Philip Joseph Santoro (USA), in San Francisco, California, USA, on 17 April 2014.
1832Most full body revolutions maintaining a chest stand in one minuteLeilani FrancoItaly, Milan21 July 2014The most full body revolutions maintaining a chest stand position in one minute is 29 and was achieved by Leilani Franco (UK) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Milan, Italy, on 21 July 2014.
1833Fastest marathon in a fireman's uniformAlex O'Shea3/41/10 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Ireland, Cork02 June 2014The fastest marathon in a fireman's uniform is 3 hr 41 min 10 sec and was achieved by Alex O'Shea (Ireland) at the Cork City Marathon in Cork, Ireland, on 2 June 2014.
1834Oldest person to grow a new toothErna KohaneUnited States, Ledgewood15 January 2014The oldest person to grow a new tooth is Erna Kohane (USA, b 24 August 1921), who was confirmed to have a new tooth growing aged 92 years and 144 days, when verified in Mount Arlington, New Jersey, USA on 15 January 2014.
1835Largest mascot raceThe Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice125 participantsUnited Kingdom, KeighleyThe largest mascot race was completed by 125 participants, at an event organised by The Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice (UK) at Wetherby Racecourse, in West Yorkshire, UK, on 26 April 2015.All mascots ran a course of over 1km
1836Oldest person to grow a wisdom toothIngeborg Wolf-Wimmer92, 258 year(s), day(s)Germany, Saarburg23 February 2015The oldest person to grow a wisdom tooth is Ingeborg Wolf-Wimmer (Austria, b. 10 June 1922) who was aged 92 years 258 days when a wisdom tooth was confirmed to have erupted, in Saarburg, Germany, on 23 February 2015. Ingeborg, who is originally from Austria, now lives in Luxembourg.
1837Longest videogame marathon on a dance gameCarrie Swidecki138 hr 34 sec hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Bakersfield17 July 2015The longest videogames marathon playing on a dance/rhythm game is 138 hr 34 sec and was achieved by Carrie Swidecki (USA), who played Just Dance 2015 (Ubisoft, 2014), at Otto's Video Games and More, in Bakersfield, California, USA, from 11 to 17 July 2015. Carrie Swidecki live streamed the whole attempt on Twitch and raised $7,305 in donations for the charity ExtraLife4Kids.
1838Fastest time to drink one litre of lemon juice through a strawStephen Charles Dechert II24.41 second(s)United States, Wellington19 October 2014The fastest time to drink 1 litre of lemon juice through a straw is 24.41 seconds and was achieved by Stephen Charles Dechert II (USA), in Wellington, Florida, USA, on 19 October 2014.This record was broken on the Guinness World Record Challengers site (Challengers' tag: TATBACK):
1839Most dismissals by a wicket-keeper in a One-Day International career (male)Kumar SangakkaraNot Applicable11 March 2015As of 18 March 2015, when he retired from One-Day Internationals (ODIs) at the ICC Cricket World Cup, Sri Lankan wicket-keeper Kumar Sangakkara had been responsible for 482 dismissals (383 catches, 99 stumpings) in 404 ODIs (353 innings) since 5 July 2000. His tally of stumpings is also a record for a wicket-keeper in One-Day Internationals.Sangakkara's first dismissal in One-Day International (ODI) cricket came on debut - a catch off the bowling of Nuwan Zoysa to dismiss Pakistan batsman Yousuf Youhana at Galle International Stadium, Sri Lanka, on 5 July 2000. His final dismissals - two catches - came in a match against Scotland at the ICC Cricket World Cup on 11 March 2015. Sangakkara took the ODI record from Australia's Adam Gilchrist (472 dismissals 417 catches, 55 stumpings in 287 matches/281 innings in 1996-2008) with two catches in the final match of Sri Lanka's 2015 ODI series against New Zealand, at Wellington's Westpac Stadium on 29 January 2015. He had previously tied Gilchrist's 472 dismissals by catching New Zealand opener Martin Guptill at Dunedin's University Oval on 25 January 2015.Sangakkara has also recorded 19 catches as a non-wicket-keeping fielder in ODIs, taking his total number of ODI dismissals to 501. This is 29 dismissals ahead of Adam Gilchrist, who did not add to his 472 dismissals as a wicket-keeper during his ODI career. With the addition of his 19 catches, Sangakkara eclipsed Gilchrist's all-time fielding record in an ODI against England at Hambantota, Sri Lanka, on 3 December 2014.Sangakkara's record total of 99 ODI stumpings was 14 stumpings ahead of India's MS Dhoni as of 24 March 2015. His 383 ODI catches puts him third behind Gilchrist (417 catches) and South Africa's Mark Boucher (402). In all international cricket (Tests, ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals combined), Sangakkara made a record 139 stumpings as of 18 March 2015 (five more than Dhoni), 539 catches (fourth behind Boucher on 952) and 678 dismissals (third behind Boucher on 998).
1840Greatest height to control a footballJamie Redknapp18.6 metre(s)United Kingdom, London09 July 2015The greatest height to control a football is 18.6 m (61 ft) and was achieved by Jamie Redknapp (UK) on the set of A League of Their Own (CPL, UK) in London, UK, on 9 July 2015.This record was inspired by an appearance by Lionel Messi on a Japanese tv show. Messi managed to control the ball from a height of 18 metres. (59 ft).
1841Largest display of model hot air balloonsWolfgang StötznerGermany, Brigachtal26 September 2015The largest display of model hot air balloons is 55 and was achieved at an event organised by Wolfgang Stötzner (Germany) in Brigachtal, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, on 26 September 2015. .
1842Most people crammed in a large carToyota Centre Krasnoyarsk Zapad41 people a unit not listed belowRussian Federation, KrasnoyarskThe most people crammed in a large car is 41 and was achieved by Toyota Centre Krasnoyarsk Zapad (Russia) in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, on 16 May 2015. The car chosen for this attempt was a Toyota Rav4.
1843Heaviest freshwater fish caught on flyRichard Hart188.46 kilogram(s)Guyana, Rewa river04 February 2015The heaviest freshwater fish caught on fly weighs 188.46 kg (415.48 lb) and was achieved by Richard Hart (UK) in Rewa River, Guyana, on 4 February 2015. The fish that was caught was an arapaima (Arapaima gigas).
1844Most hearing screening tests carried out in 8 hours - single venueAustralian Hearing712 participantsAustralia, Port Macquarie23 August 2015The most hearing screening tests carried out in 8 hours at a single venue is 712 and was achieved by Australian Hearing (Australia), in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia, on 23 August 2015. The attempt took place during national hearing week.
1845Most people casterboarding 100 metres in a one hour relayKoayu Junior High School94 peopleJapan, Astugi29 August 2015The most people casterboarding 100 metres in a one hour relay is 94, achieved by Koayu Junior High School (Japan) at Kanagawa Institute of Technology, in Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan, on 29 August 2015. The participants were junior high school students and their teachers. They devoted a month and a half during their summer break to practice casterboarding.
1846Largest human currency symbol
1847Largest attendance at a film screeningVIVA Films, Church of Christ43,624 peoplePhilippines, Philippine Arena, Ciudad de Victoria04 October 2015The largest attendance at a film screening is 43,624, achieved by Iglesia Ni Cristo (Philippines) for their film ‘Felix Manalo' (2015) by VIVA films, at The Philippine Arena, in Cuidad de Victoria, Philippines, on 4 October 2015.The record was achieved at the same time as the largest audience at a film premiere.Full story: Premiere for Philippine film Felix Manalo breaks two attendance world records
1848Fastest wheel change (car)Reifen Umert GmbH & Co. KG58.43 minute(s), second(s)Germany, Miltenberg12 September 2015The fastest time to change all four wheels on a road car is 58.43 seconds, achieved by Reifen Umert GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), in Miltenberg & Wertheim, Germany, on 12 September 2015. The attempt was made to raise publicity for Reifen Umert.
1849Largest attendance at a music festival (one location)Donauinselfest3,300,000 total numberAustria, Vienna28 June 2015Austria's Donauinselfest ("Danube Island Festival") attracted a record 3.3 million revellers to Vienna on the weekend of 26-28 June 2015. The 32nd edition of the free, open-air festival offered the biggest names in Austrian music alongside internationally recognized stars such as Anastacia, Taio Cruz, Natalie Imbruglia and Robin Schulz, plus food and drink stalls and family entertainment. Approximately 2,000 artists - everything from pop, dance and rock to folk and classical - provide more than 600 hours of entertainment at Donauinselfest. One of the most popular attractions is "Rock the Island", an X Factor-style competition which gives unsigned acts the chance to perform on one of the festival's main stages after an audition process. The festival is divided into "areas" and takes place on a 6.5-km (4-mile) strip of land on the 21-km-long (13-mile) island of Donauinsel, in central Vienna.The three-day festival's previous attendance record was set in 2013, with 3.2 million visitors. In 2015, 1.2 million people attended on Saturday (27 June), with 1.1 million on Friday and 1 million on Sunday.While Donauinselfest is the highest-attended music festival at one location, other national and international festivals boast more visitors. Fête de la Musique, for example, presents 15,000 concerts each 21 June (World Music Day) that attract 10 million people to the streets of France - and many more around the world.
1850Largest gathering of lottery millionairesCamelot UK Lotteries Limited101+ participantsUnited Kingdom, 07 October 2015The largest gathering of lottery millionaires is 110 and was achieved by The National Lottery (UK), in London, UK, on 7 October 2015.This Guinness World Records attempt took place to celebrate The National Lottery creating 4,000 millionaires.Full story: National Lottery winners set largest gathering of millionaires record in London
1851First female pro League of Legends playerMaria Creveling aka "Remilia"A notable first firstUnited States, n/a12 August 2015On 12 August 2015, Maria Creveling aka "Remilia" (USA) effectively became the first female League of Legends player to turn pro when her team Renegades qualified for the lucrative League of Legends Championship Series (LCS). Maria plays in a support position in the game, and had previously earned a reputation by obtaining the highest rank of Challenger in the game's online multiplayer. Having qualified for the LCS, Maria announced over social media that she may decide not compete at the tournament, and that one of her goals was to show that a female could qualify for the prestigious series. She wrote: "I just want it to be known that I accomplished my goal for real, and I accomplished it for me, my teammates, and girls in esports. That’s it. No one else."
1852Largest spin lesson (static cycling)
1853Oldest drag queenRussell Peters Alldread83, 340 year(s), day(s)Canada, Toronto05 November 2015The oldest drag queen performer is Russell "Michelle DuBarry" Alldread (Canada, b. 23 Nov. 1931) who remains active at the age of 83 years, 340 days as of 5 November 2015. Mr. Alldread has been performing in nightclubs since 1950. He has two Imperial Court of Toronto titles, the Inspire Awards: Lifetime Achievement accolade, was the Toronto Pride Grand Marshall in 2007, and has won several performance awards. In addition, he continues to perform for nursing home bound seniors.
1854Longest time restraining a carGerald Gschiel22.33 second(s)Germany, Mainz26 July 2015The longest duration restraining a car is 22.33 seconds, achieved by Gerald Gschiel (Austria), on the set of ZDF Fernsehgarten in Mainz, Germany, on 26 July 2015.The car used in the attempt was a Chevrolet Corvette Z-06
1855Largest audience at a film premiereVIVA Films, Church of Christ43,624 peoplePhilippines, Philippine Arena, Ciudad de Victoria04 October 2015The largest audience at a film premiere is 43,623, achieved by Iglesia Ni Cristo (Philippines) for their film ‘Felix Manalo' (2015) by VIVA films, at The Philippine Arena, in Cuidad de Victoria, Philippines, on 4 October 2015.This record was achieved at the same time as the largest attendance at a film screening.Full story: Premiere for Philippine film Felix Manalo breaks two attendance world records
1856Most trees planted in one hour by a team of unlimited size (single location)Talwandi Sabo Power LtdIndia, Mansa30 October 2015The most trees planted simultaneously at a single location is 208,751 and was achieved by Talwandi Sabo Power Ltd (India), in Mansa, Punjab, India on 30 October 2015.5,928 participants took part in this record-breaking attempt.
1857Largest human awareness ribbonWomen of Saudi Arabia8,264 participantsSaudi Arabia, Riyadh12 December 2015The largest human awareness ribbon consists of 8,264 participants and was achieved by the women of Saudi Arabia at an event organised by 10KSA (both Saudi Arabia) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 12 December 2015. The record attempt was organised to raise awareness about breast cancer. It was part of the 10KSA initiative which is run by HRH Princess Reema bint Bandar Al Saud.
1858Largest pretzelPilsener, Industrias La Constancia783.81 kilogram(s)El Salvador, San Salvador25 October 2015The largest pretzel weighs 783.81 kg (1,728 lb) and was achieved by Industrias La Constancia with its brand Pilsener (El Salvador) at CIFCO in San Salvador, El Salvador, on 25 October 2015. The pretzel measured 8.93 m (29 ft 3 in) long by 4.06 m (13 ft 3 in) wide.
1859Greatest height from which a basketball is shotBrett Stanford126.5 metre(s)Australia, 19 April 2015The greatest height from which a basketball is shot is 126.5 m (415 ft 0.3 in), achieved by Brett Stanford (Australia), at Gordon Dam in Tasmania, Australia, on 19 April 2015.The attempt was made to raise awareness for Compassion, which is a not for profit organisation fighting child poverty around the world.
1860Largest human car image

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