Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
181Fastest time to tie a Windsor knotAlastair Galpin12.91 second(s)New Zealand, Auckland27 August 2012The record for the fastest time to a tie a Windsor knot with a necktie in a professional manner is 12.91 seconds achieved by Alastair Galpin (New Zealand) in Auckland, New Zealand, on 27 August 2012.
182Fastest time to duck tape (duct tape) a person to a wallSimon Damp28.53 seconds minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Euxton29 July 2013The fastest time to duct tape a person to a wall is 28.53 seconds, achieved by Simon Damp who taped Lindsey Ainscough (both UK) to a wall at Bolton Whites Hotel in Bolton, Greater Manchester, UK, on 29 July 2014.
183Longest broadcast of a single piece of musicBBC Radio 38 hr 1 min 23 sec hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London27 September 2015The longest broadcast of a single piece of music is 8 hr 1 min 23 sec and was achieved by BBC Radio 3 (UK), in London, UK, on 27 September 2015. This was a broadcast of Max Richter’s piece “SLEEP” and was performed live from Wellcome Collection. The ensemble comprised: composer Max Richter (piano, keyboards and electronics) , Grace Davidson (soprano), Natalia Bonner and Steve Morris (violins), Reiad Chibah (viola), Ian Burdge and Chris Worsey (cellos).
184Longest live broadcast of a single piece of musicBBC Radio 38 hr 1 min 23 sec hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London27 September 2015The longest live broadcast of a single piece of music 8 hr 1 min 23 sec and was achieved by BBC Radio 3 (UK), in London, UK, on 27 September 2015.This was a broadcast of Max Richter’s piece “SLEEP” and was performed live from Wellcome Collection. The ensemble comprised: composer Max Richter (piano, keyboards and electronics) , Grace Davidson (soprano), Natalia Bonner and Steve Morris (violins), Reiad Chibah (viola), Ian Burdge and Chris Worsey (cellos).
185Most nationalities having a continental breakfastNutella55 countriesItaly, Milan13 September 2015The most nationalities having a continental breakfast is 55 and was achieved by Nutella (Italy), at the Milan Expo in Milan, Italy, on 13 September 2015. The record was organised as part of the promotional activities for the Nutella brand across Italy.
186Largest yueqin ensemblePingtung County Government1070 participantsChinese Taipei, Pingtung County17 October 2015The largest yueqin ensemble is 1,070 and was achieved by the Pingtung County Government (Chinese Taipei) in Pingtung County, Chinese Taipei, on 17 October 2015. The participants were made up of local families from Pingtung County.
187Heaviest working load for a movable pedestal mounted craneThis record is for the heaviest working load for a movable pedestal mounted crane.The record is measured in tonnes.For the purposes of this record, a movable pedestal mounted crane is a crane where the boom is suspended from a boom hoist tackle, which runs from the top of the crane house to the head of the boom, and pivot hinges on the front of the crane house.
188Fastest time to eat a tube of crisps (potato chips)This record is for the fastest time to eat a tube of crisps (potato chips).This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in minutes and seconds to one hundredth of a second.For the purposes of this record a tube of crisps is a cylindrical tube that holds stackable crisps such as those made by Pringles.
189Most designers to present in a single continuous fashion showThis record is for the largest amount of different designers to present in a single fashion show.This record is measured by the number of different designers to have pieces presented as part of a single fashion show.For the purpose of this record a fashion show is defined as the curated catwalk show in which models wear different designers clothes as part of a single show.
190Most beach balls caught blindfolded in 30 seconds (team of two)This record is for the most individual beach balls caught whilst wearing a blindfold, within a 30 second time frame.This record is measured by the number of beach balls successfully caught.This record is to be attempted by a pair.For the purposes of the record, a beach ball is defined as a light inflatable plastic ball exceeding 40 cm in diameter.
191Fastest marathon dressed as a dragon (female)This record is for the fastest time to run a marathon course dressed as a dragon.This record is to be attempted by a female individual.Marathon distance is 42.195 km / 26 miles 385 yards.The measurement value of the attempt is in time - hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.
192Most words in a commercial jingleThis is the record for the most words sung/rapped in an advertisement jingleThis record is measured by the number of full words performed in an advertising jingle.This record is to be attempted by a single organisation.For the purpose of this record an advertising jingle is defined as a song which is broadcast on TV or radio as part of a single advertisement to promote a product or service.
193Largest parade of go-kartsThis record is for the greatest number of go-karts in a parade formation on a set course.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team. This record is measured by number of participating go-karts. For the purposes of this record a go-kart is a small, four wheeled vehicle capable of transporting one person. Any type of go-kart (both motorised and motorless) is acceptable for this record.
194Fastest standing half-mile - carThis record is based on the fastest speed achieved by a car in a standing half-mile. This record is to be attempted by an individual. This record is measured in kilometres per hour, with the equivalent imperial measurement in miles per hour also given.A standing half-mile is an event in which the vehicle covers a half-mile course from a stationary start. No run-up is permitted.
195Longest date rollThis record is for the longest date roll. This record may be attempted by an individual or a team of unlimited size.This record is measured by the length of the roll in metres and centimetres, with equivalent imperial measurements given in feet and inches.A date roll is a confection made from chopped dates and nuts, mixed together into a paste and shaped into a roll. They are frequently served coated in desiccated coconut.
196Largest Dashing White Sergeant danceThis record is for the greatest number of people simultaneously a Dashing White Sergeant dance at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people taking part in the dance.For the purpose of this record, a Dashing White Sergeant dance is defined as a traditional Scottish country dance routine performed with a reel of 4/4 time on the similarly titled piece of music "Dashing White Sergeant".
197Fastest time to blow a malt ball/Malteser 100 m (individual)This record is for the fastest time to blow a malt ball/Malteser 100 metres.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured in minutes and seconds to one hundredth of a second.For the purposes of the record, a malt ball/Malteser is defined as a ball of malted barley or other grain coated in chocolate.
198Most swim rings (tubes) towed by a single boatThis record is for the greatest number of swim rings / tube riders towed behind a single boat simultaneously.This record is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size.For the purposes of this record, a swim ring (tube) is a toroid-shaped inflatable water toy, which originated from the inflatable inner tube of older vehicle tires.
199Largest gathering of people dressed as rabbitsThis record is for the greatest number of people wearing rabbit costumes at a single venue.This record is to be attempted by a group of unlimited size.For the purpose of this record people dressed as rabbits is defined as a complete head to toe costume representing a rabbit. Costumes consisting of just ears and a tail would not be counted.
200Most electrical energy produced by pedalling on a static bicycle in one hourThis record is for the greatest quantity of electrical energy generated by pedalling on static cycles for a period of one hour.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in kilowatt hours.A static (spinning) bicycle is a special purpose exercise machine resembling a bicycle but without wheels.
201Largest gathering of people wearing knotted hankerchiefsThis record is for the greatest number of people wearing knotted handkerchiefs at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people wearing knotted handkerchiefs at a single location.For the purpose of this record a knotted handkerchief is defined as a handkerchief knotted at all four corners and worn as a hat.
202Most consecutive bounce rolls on a trampolineThis record is for the most consecutive bounce rolls on a trampoline.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in number of bounce rolls.For the purposes of this record, a bounce roll is when a person bounces on their back, does a full forward flip (head over feet), and lands on their back.
203Most people wearing shark fin hatsThis record is for the greatest number of people wearing shark fin hats at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people each wearing shark fin hats at a single location.For the purpose of this record a shark fin hat is defined as a grey curved hat worn on the head to give the representation of a sharks fin.
204Most people to consecutively pass a football with the headThis record is for the most people to consecutively pass a football with the head without the ball touching the ground.This record is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size.This record is measured by the amount of people so successfully perform a football header in a row.
205Farthest throw of a plectrum (pick)This record is for the farthest throw of a plectrum (pick).It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured in metres with the relevant equivalent given in feet and inches.For the purposes of this record a plectrum, or pick, is a small flat piece of plastic used for the playing of a stringed instrument.
206Largest collection of videogamesThis record is for the largest number of video games in a private, personal collection.It is measured by the total number of video games in the collection.For the purposes of this record a video game is defined as a game played by electronically manipulating images produced by a computer program on a monitor or other display.
207Longest time without a government in peacetimeBelgiumBelgium03 June 2011Belgium experienced 541 days without a government in peacetime after elections held on 13 June 2010. A caretaker government ruled in the interim period. On 5 December 2011, Belgium's King Albert II appointed a new cabinet and a new prime minister: Elio di Rupo. The new government took office on the following day.
208Longest hospital trolley durationTony CollinsUnited Kingdom, Swindon27 February 2001Tony Collins (UK) spent 77 hr 30 min on a hospital trolley in acorridor at Princess Margaret Hospital, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK,from 24-27 February 2001 before he was admitted to a bed. Adiabetic, he was suffering with a virus.
209First colour TV transmissionJohn Logie Baird1928/7/03 year(s), month(s), day(s)UK, Long Acre,London03 July 1928The world's earliest transmission of colour television occurred on 3 July 1928 when John Logie Baird (UK) showed red and blue scarves, a UK policeman's helmet, a man poking his tongue out, the glowing end of a cigarette and a bunch of roses during a demonstration at his studios in Long Acre, London, UK.Nature magazine reported: `Delphiniums and carnations appeared in their natural colours and a basket of strawberries showed the red fruit very clearly.' The low definition system was based on a Nipkow scanning-disc with red, blue and green filters.
210Most expensive cricket memorabilia sold at a private auctionSir Donald Bradman 1948 cap283000 UK pound(s)Australia, 15 June 2003The most valuable piece of cricket history is Austalian cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman's 1948 cap. In June 2003 Tim Serisier, a Who Wants to Be a Millionaire winner bought the cap in a pre-auction deal with Ludgrove's auctioneers from Bradman's Godson for A$425,000 (US$283,000 or £170,000).Bradman wore the cap on the 1948 tour of England when he scored the last of his 29 test centuries and then when he made the most famous duck in cricketing history in his final Test appearance. Sir Donald Bradman died in 2001 aged 92.

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