Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
1981Most circles around the leg with a basketball in one hour (male)This record is for the most times to circle a basketball round the leg in one hour.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is for the number of full rotations around the leg completed in one hour.
1982Most loop-the-loops in a Hot Wheels trackThis record is for the most successfully completed loop-the-loops in a hot wheels track. This record is measured by the number of loop-the-loops successfully completed.
1983Largest display of 1:6 scale tanksThis record is for the greatest number of 1:6 scale tanks in one display at a single venue.This record is to be attempted by an individual or by a group of unlimited size.This record is measured by the total number of tanks that meet our criteria.
1984Largest potassium alum crystalThis record is for the largest overall weight of a potassium alum crystal. This is to be attempted by an individual or a team of unlimited size. All measurements must be given in both metric and imperial terms.
1985Fastest mile in high heels (male)This record is for the fastest mile in high heels by a male.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured in minutes and seconds to one hundredth of a second.
1986Largest pipe whistle ensembleThis record is for the greatest number of people playing the same tune on tuned pipe whistles at the same time at a single venue.For the purpose of this record a pipe whistle is an augmented pipe of appropriate material that has been adapted to be played musically by an individual.
1987Heaviest vehicle pulled whilst on a tightropeThis record is for the heaviest vehicle to be pulled whilst walking on a tightrope. This record is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in kilograms to the nearest 0.01 kg, with equivalent imperial measurements also provided.
1988Fastest 100 m bounce juggling five objectsThis record is for the fastest time to bounce juggle five objects over a 100 m (328 ft 1 in) long course.This is to be attempted by an individual.Measurement value: time – in minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
1989Most handball targets in 30 seconds (female)This record is for the most times to hit a target using a handball ball in thirty seconds. This record is to be attempted by one female individual.This record is measured in the amount of targets successfully hit within the time frame.
1990Fastest time to deal one deck of cards with one handThis record is for the fastest time to deal a full deck of playing cards using only one hand.This record is to be attempted by an individual.Measurement value: time - in minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
1991Fastest 10 km bear crawl (male)This record is for the fastest time to complete a 10 kilometre distance race while only 'bear crawling.'This is to be attempted by an individual.Measurement value: time – in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
1992Most balloons blown up in one minute (team)This record is for the most balloons inflated in one minute by a team. This record is to be attempted by a team of no more than 300 participants.
1993Most obstetric ultrasonography (pregnancy ultrasound scans) in 24 hoursThis record is for the greatest number of obstetric ultrasonography (pregnancy ultrasound scans) taken at a single venue within 24 hours.This record is measured in the number of successfully completed obstetric ultrasonography.This record will be attempted by a team of unlimited size.
1994Most people running 100 metres in an 8 hour relayThis record is for the most people to take part (run 100 m) in a relay which lasts for 8 hours. This record is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size.This record is measured by the number of people who complete their leg within the time frame.
1995Largest display of surfboardsThis record is for the greatest number of surfboards in one display at a single venue.This record is to be attempted by an individual or by a group of unlimited size.This record is measured by the total number of surfboards that meet our criteria.
1996Most American Football punts over 50 yards in one minuteThis record is for the most punts of an American Football to travel at least 50 yards in one minute.This record is to be attempted by a long snapper and a punter.
1997Longest videogame marathon on a simulation videogameThis record is for the longest time spent playing a simulation video-game.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in hour(s), minute(s) and second(s)
1998Most awards won by an animated short filmThis record is the greatest number of awards received internationally for an animated short film.This record is to be attempted by an organization.A short film is defined as an original animated motion picture that has a running time of 40 minutes or less, including all credits.
1999Oldest oocyte cryopreserved that results in a successful human live birthThis record is for the oldest oocyte cryopreserved that results in a successful human live birth, measured by the number of storage years.
2000Largest gathering of people dressed as lions (single venue)This record is for the greatest number of people dressed as lions at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people dressed as lions at a single venue.
2001Fastest 100 miles ice skatingThis record is for the fastest time to ice skate over a 100 mile long course.This is to be attempted by an individual.Measurement value: time – in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
2002Groups and brands around the world find recognition in Guinness World Records 2015 bookThe Guinness World Records 2015 book edition - celebrating 60 years as the global authority on record-breaking - is certainly a place for the biggest afro or the longest tongue.videoBut it's also home to a number of groups who harnessed the power of record-breaking to spread a message, raise awareness, or highlight a service or product.Here are a selection of some of the amazing brands and organizations who, thanks to their successful Guinness World Records events, have found a permament place of recognition in this year's version of the world's best-selling copyrighted book of all time. Make sure to click on each record title to find out the full story behind each event.Fancy a potential spot for your group in the next edition of the Guinness World Records book? Contact our client services team to discuss the best options for your event.LARGEST DIGITAL INCLUSION EVENT - TELMEX (MEXICO)Mexican telecom giant Telmex found its way into the book thanks to a triple-record event held t o make the Internet more accessible to Mexico’s general public. In its second year partnering with Guinness World Records, Telmex’s “Aldea Digital” (Digital Village) broke its own 2013 record for the largest digital inclusion event, bringing 258,896 visitors to Mexico City’s famous Zócalo plaza. Telmex also broke the records for most people trained in IT in one month (177,517) and the most scans of an Augmented Reality app in 8 hours (49,237).MOST PEOPLE MAKING HEART-SHAPED HAND GESTURES - FIXERS (UK)To help make the dream of dying British teenager Stephen Sutton to set a world record come true, his friends with the Friends of Stephen Sutton charity teamed up with national charity Fixers. Before Stephen's untimely passing, they were able to break this record with 553 participants in a heartwarming story that went viral for all the right reasons. Stephen and his cause helped raise more than £3 million for cancer research.LOUDEST CROWD ROAR - SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (USA)The defending NFL champions had quite a year, adding a Guinness World Records title for their fans to their Super Bowl win. In a back-and-forth battle with the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle emerged as owners of the loudest outdoor crowd at a sports event. The NCAA's Clemson Tigers also attempted this record in the last year, as did the NBA's Sacramento Kings with an indoor version. The attempts garnered national publicity and enhanced fan engagement for all.LARGEST PHOTO BOOK - SAMSUNG (GERMANY)The German division of Samsung wanted to promote its newly launched GALAXY S4 Zoom smartphone and took to social media to do it. After asking fans on Facebook to submit digital photos for inclusion in a giant picture book, Samsung put them all together in the final product, measuring 40.52 m² (436 ft² 15 in²) thanks to more than 28,000 photos on 16 gigantic pages.LONGEST GROUP DRUM ROLL - CORPS OF DRUMS OF HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL MARINES BAND SERVICE (UK)Few causes are as noble as raising money for wounded servicemen, and that's what the UK’s Ministry of Defence did as part of celebrations to mark the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines with this record. The drumming unit earned a visit from international movie stars Harrison Ford and Tom Hardy at the start of their attempt at the Tower of London, and proceeded to play their way into the record books with a time of 64 hr 27 min 59 sec.LARGEST POSTER - TEAM AKSHAY (INDIA)Lest any celebrity forget that their true power comes from the fans, a group like Team Aksay comes along to remind everyone the strength wielded by supporters. To prove their dedication and love for Bollywood acting superstar Akshay Kumar, his Team Akshay fan club constructed a movie poster of his upcoming release Boss, covering an area of 3,234.31 m² (34,814.19 ft²). This broke a record previously held by Sony and a poster they created for a Michael Jackson album release in 2010.SHORTEST BRAKING DISTANCE BY A VEHICLE ON ICE - GOODYEAR DUNLOP (GERMANY)Accomplished by Goodyear Dunlop brand Fulda Reifen, this record took place in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, which is known for being a bit frigid. To help exhibit the traction ability of its tires, Fulda had a driver race up to the required 30 mph speed on the frozen Schwatka Lake before requiring just 48.132 m (157 ft 11 in) to come to a complete stop. In doing so, it threw the gauntlet down at previous record holder Mitsubishi's mark of 56.2 m (184 ft 4 in).LARGEST PILLOW FIGHT - DADA LIFE (SWEDEN)Much like a football stadium, frozen lake, or the Tower of London itself, any venue can host record-breaking, even a concert hall ready to "rage." That was the case with Swedish DJ duo Dada Life, who promoted their new single "Born to Rage" with a 3,818-person pillow fight at a Chicago concert. Known for incorporating pillow fights into their shows, the duo found the perfect way to marry record-breaking with their devoted fans.It's all part of the great action that is the GWR 60th anniversary edition. After submitting a record idea of your own, make sure to relive some of the best from the last 60 years of record breaking.The pages are open for the Guinness World Records 2016 book and you can find a place for your group just like the folks above! Make sure to contact the Guinness World Records client services team with your organization's details.
2003Lancaster Insurance drives a record-setting attempt for largest parade of MG carsLancaster Insurance have set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for Largest parade of MG cars.  A staggering 144 MG automobiles paraded around Rockingham Circuit in Corby, Northamptonshire (UK), on 11th April 2015..
2004Lego Store Budapest reach record breaking heights with tower recordThe sky was the limit for a group of Official Lego Builders who last week travelled from Denmark to Budapest, Hungary. Their mission was to participate in a Guinness World Records title attempt for The Tallest Structure Built with Interlocking Plastic Bricks. With a bit of help from a group of local school children and the placement of the final piece from district mayor Antal Rogán success was achieved and a new record set.Construction of the “modern obelisk” took from four days. Stood in front of Saint Stephen’s Basilica, the impressive structure reached an incredible 34.76 metres high.GWR guidelines explicitly state, “No adhesives or supporting structures of any kind may be used in any way to strengthen the structure.” Sadly, Lego does not have the longevity of stone and the scheduled dismantling of the ‘modern obelisk’ took place on 26 th May.Always a popular record, this towering feat really caught the attention of the global media with pick up in The Guardian, The Telegraph, BBC and ITN to name just a few UK titles. The stunt also attracted a lot of comments on Reddit, with users wondering if the structure was really free-standing and how much the required quantity (approximately 450,000) bricks of Lego would actually cost. video
2005Renault commission record-breaking anamorphic printAn incredible, vertigo-inducing piece of art in Lyon city centre in France commissioned by Renault has set a new world record for largest anamorphic print.Created by artist François Abélanet as part of a product launch for the car manufacturer, the print was made up of 25 separate pieces which had to be sewn together.Click image above to enlargeIn total, it took five months to create from design to realisation.With an aim to show trucks in city and country environments, the image depicts a scarily accurate aerial view of a city and a rural area, giving pedestrians a sense that they are walking on a glass bridge high over mountains, water, and skyscrapers.Describing his method, Abélanet, pictured far right above, explains that viewers visiting the work can see that "different creations will emerge without being able to see the trick. Because there is no trick: an anamorphosis is the result of very precise calculations. And also a bit of imagination."
2006Classics: Oldest wing walkerEach week here on guinnessworldrecords.com, we’ll be dipping into our extensive video library to bring you a classic piece of record-breaking action.
2007Portuguese town celebrates local tradition by performing huge folk danceIn a bid to promote their island and its traditions, Câmara Municipal da Madalena (Portugal) organised an amazing record attempt for the Largest Portuguese folk dance.
2008Longest surviving sextuple heart bypass patientThis record is based on the longest time for a person to have lived following a sextuple heart bypass. This record will be attempted by an individual. This record will be measured in years and days.
2009Longest surviving quintuple heart bypass patientThis record is based on the longest time for a person to have lived following a quintuple heart bypass.This record will be awarded to an individual.The record will be measured in years and days.
2010Oldest biological fatherThis record is for the oldest biological father.This record is to be awarded to an individual male.The measurement of the record is the age of the father in years and days.The biological father refers to the father of a child as proven by a DNA test.

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