Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2011Most golf balls hit into a target area in 24 hoursDavid OgronUnited States, Kansas City22 June 2002The most balls hit into a target area in 24 hours is 10,392 and was achieved by David Ogron (USA) at Raymore, Missouri, USA, on 21-22 June 2002.
2012Largest mouth - terrestrial animalHippopotamus amphibiusKenyaThe largest mouth of all land animals belongs to the hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) of Africa which can open its jaws to almost 180°. In a fully grown male hippo, this equates to an average gape of 1.2 m (4 ft).Although they are herbivores, they have canine teeth that typically measure 71 cm (28 in) and contiually grow. The largest canine ever recorded for a hippo is 122 cm (48 in). The bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) has the record for the largest mouth of all animals.
2013Most people in a telephone conversation relay (team)Vodafone India Limited36 peopleIndia, Mumbai29 March 2012The most people in a telephone conversation relay (team) was 36 and was achieved by Vodafone India Limited (India) at the Westin Hotel, Mumbai, India on 29 March 2012.
2014Most canned drinks opened by a parrot in one minuteZacUnited States, San Jose12 January 2012The most canned drinks opened by a parrot in one minute is 35 and was achieved by Zac the Macaw in San Jose, California, USA, on 12 January 2012.
2015Most people breaking pine boards simultaneously (single location)Ohtsuka Amateur Karate Foundation (AKF)Canada, Calgary14 April 2012The most people breaking a pine board simultaneously in a single venue is 204 and was achieved by Ohtsuka Amateur Karate Foundation (Canada) at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 14 April 2012.
2016Farthest distance towing a car by bicycleVasken MelikianLebanon, Beirut07 October 2012The farthest distance towing a car by bicycle is 800 m (2624 ft 11 in) and was achieved by Vasken Melikian (Lebanon), in an event organised by Play For Today, in Beirut, Lebanon, on 7 October 2012.
2017Longest-standing videogame recordTodd RogersUnited States, Brooksville01 September 1982The longest-standing videogaming score record is held by Todd Rogers (USA), who set a time of 5.51 sec on Dragster (Activision, 1980) on 1 September 1982. The record remains unbeaten for a total of 30 years 91 days as of 30 November 2012.
2018Most viewed fan film based on a mobile videogameAnnoying Orange vs Angry Birds41080606 timesNot Applicable, 10 July 2013The annoying orange features in a variety of fan films. "Annoying Orange vs Angry Birds" (Annoying Orange, 2011) has been viewed 41,080,606 times as of 10 July 2013, making it the most viewed fan film based on any mobile videogame.
2019Most viewed fan film based on a shooter videogamefreddiew : Future First Person Shooter26099621 timesNot Applicable, 10 July 2013The most viewed fan film based on a shooter game is "freddiew : Future First Person Shooter" (freddiew, 2010). It has been viewed 26,099,621 times on youtube as of 10 July 2013.
2020Most tournament wins for a gaming teamEmpire Arcadia1411 timesChina, Beijing03 August 2013The most documented tournament wins for a gaming team stands at 1,791, set by Empire Arcadia (USA) on 3 August 2014. While the team’s line-up has changed since they started competing in 2003, all wins were achieved by current members.
2021Most viewed fan film based on a city-building videogamePapy Grenier - SIM CITYNot Applicable15 July 2013The most viewed fan film based on a city-building game is 'Papy Grenier - SIM CITY' (joueurdugrenier, 2012). This short satire based on the videogame SimCity has 2,671,963 views on YouTube as of 15 July 2013.
2022Fastest time to complete 10 m on hind legs by a dogJiffUnited States, Grayslake09 September 2013The fastest time for a dog to cover 10 m on its hind legs is 6.56 sec and was achieved by "Jiff" (USA) at TOPS Kennels, Grayslake, Illinois, USA on 9 September 2013.
2023Fastest unpaced 1 km cycle from a standing start (male)Francois PervisMexico, Aguascalientes07 December 2013The fastest unpaced 1 km cycle from a standing start is 56.303 seconds by François Pervis (France) in Aguascalientes, Mexico on 7 December 2013.
2024Longest 'Riverdance' lineAbhann Productions1693 peopleIreland, Dublin21 July 2013The longest Riverdance line was achieved by 1,693 participants at an event organised by Abhann Productions (Ireland) in Dublin, Ireland, on 21 July 2013.
2025Lowest life expectancySierra LeoneSierra Leone01 January 2011World Bank figures from 2011 give citizens of Sierra Leone an average life expectancy at birth of 45 years. This low figure is a result of poverty and a history of civil war in the country.
2026Most wins of the America's Cup by a nationUSA30 timesNot Applicable, 01 January 2013The most wins of the America’s Cup sailing competition by a nation is 30, by the USA, in 35 stagings of the event from 1851–2013.
2027Deepest caveKruberaGeorgia10 August 2013On 10 August 2013 Ukrainian caver Gennady Samokhin extended the explored depth of the Krubera Cave in the Arabika Massif, Georgia, by six metres. Krubera, the only known cave in the world with a depth greater than 2 km, now has a known depth of 2,197 m.
2028Farthest distance flown in a balloonBrian Jones, Bertrand Piccard, Breitling Orbiter 3Switzerland21 March 1999The official FAI distance record for a manned balloon is 40,814 km (25,361 miles) set by Bertrand Piccard (Switzerland) and Brian Jones (UK), who piloted the Breitling Orbiter 3 from 1 to 21 March 1999.For comparison, the length of the Equator is 40,075 km. (24,902 miles). Piccard and Jones' flight was also the first circumnavigation of the globe, after years of attempts, an indication of the difficulty of the feat.
2029Oldest person to fly in a hot air balloonEmma CarrolUnited States, Ottumwa27 July 2004Emma Carrol (USA, b. 18 May 1895) made an hour-long flight in a hot air balloon at Ottumwa, Iowa, USA, on 27 July 2004 at the age of 109 years 70 days.
2030Oldest populationJapanJapan01 January 2009Population figures for 2009 reveal that in Japan, the median age - that is, the age at which there are an equal number of people above and below - is a record high of 44.7. In second place is Germany, with a median age of 44.3 years.
2031First newspaper to achieve a circulation of 1 millionLe Petit JournalFrance, Paris01 January 1886The earliest newspaper to achieve a circulation of 1 million copies was Le Petit Journal, published in Paris, France, which reached this figure in 1886, when selling at 5 centimes.
2032First illustrated advertUnknownUKEarliest illustrated advertisemetIn April 1652, an illustration appeared in the Faithful Scout in London, UK, in which Hugh Clough, a jeweller, offered a reward for the return of two stolen jewels.
2033First trade advertUnknown1703/3/17 year(s), month(s), day(s)UKEarliest illustrated trade advertisement for a specific productAn advertisement appeared in the British paper The Daily Courant on 17 March 1703 for a patented chocolate maker.
2034Largest object sunk by a submarineShinano72890 tonne(s) (metric ton)Not Applicable, 29 November 1944The largest target ever sunk by a submarine was the Japanese aircraft carrier Shinano (72,890 tonnes or 160.9 million lb), sunk by USS Archerfish (Cdr Joseph F. Enright, USN) on 29 November 1944.
2035Longest human conveyor beltAll Saints Anglican SchoolAustralia, Mudgeeraba01 November 2005The longest human conveyor belt consisted of 1,556 participants at All Saints Anglican School, Mudgeeraba, Queensland, Australia on 1 November 2005.
2036Largest sand islandFraser IslandAustraliaThe largest sand island in the world is Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland, Australia, with a sand dune 120km 75 miles long and covering a total area of approximately 163,000 ha 402,750 acres.
2037Highest annual earnings ever for a television actor - everSeinfeld267000000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 01 January 1999Jerry Seinfeld earned an estimated $267 million (£159.5 million) in 1998 according to the 1999 Forbes Celebrity 100 list, the highest annual earnings ever by a television or film actor.Jerry Seinfeld quit the hit comedy Seinfeld after a hugely successful nine-year run.
2038Most active volcanoKilaueaUnited States Outlying Islands, Kilauea,in Hawaii01 January 1983The world's most active volcano is Kilauea, in Hawaii, USA, erupting on a continuous basis since 1983. Lava is being discharged at a rate of 5 m³(7 yd³ or 176 ft³) per second.
2039Most investors - single issueUnit Trust of India5900000 peopleIndia, Mumbai01 April 1992The Mastergain '92 equity fund floated by the Unit Trust of India on the Bombay Stock Exchange, India, in April and May 1992 attracted 5.9 million investors, a record number of investors in a single issue.
2040Largest feet everRobert Wadlow47 centimetre(s)United States, Alton27 June 1940Robert Wadlow (USA, 1918 - 1940), the tallest ever man, wore US size 37AA shoes (UK size 36 or approximately a European size 75), equivalent to 47cm (18½ in) long.

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