Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
2131Goaltender with most consecutive road winsEvgeni NabokovNorth America11 February 2010Evgeni Nabokov (Russia) stopped 50 shots during a 3-2 victory for the San Jose Sharks against the Detroit Red Wings (both USA) on 11 February 2010, setting a National Hockey League (NHL) goaltending record of 11 consecutive road victories.
2132Fastest speed kite surfing by a womanCharlotte Consorti93 kilometre(s) per hourFrance, 28 October 2010The fastest speed kite surfing by a woman was 50.43 knots (93 km/h 58 mph) achieved by Charlotte Consorti (France) at the 2010 Luderitz Speed Challenge in Luderitz, Namibia, on 28 October 2010.
2133Most pinch-hit home runs in a Major League Baseball careerMatt StairsUnited States01 January 2010The Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most pinch-hit home runs in a career is 23 by Matt Stairs (Canada) while playing for 12 different teams since 1992.
2134Longest running TV current affairs seriesPanorama1953/11/11 year(s), month(s), day(s)United Kingdom, 01 January 2011The BBC’s Panorama (UK) has been on the air since 11 November 1953 with a variety of different hosts and a number of different time slots within the schedules.
2135Most simultaneous US hot 100 hits by a femaleTaylor SwiftUnited States13 November 2010On 13 November 2010, Taylor Swift (USA) had 11 separate tracks on the US Hot 100, with 10 of those tracks making their chart debuts – another record for a female artist.
2136Fastest-selling digital album in the US by a female artistTaylor SwiftUnited States13 November 2010For the week ending 13 November 2010, the album Speak Now by Taylor Swift (USA) sold a record 278,000 digital downloads.
2137Fastest time to solve a 7x7x7 Rubik's CubeLin Chen2/39.41 minute(s), second(s)China, 02 March 2014The fastest time to solve a 7x7x7 Rubik's Cube is 2 minutes 39.41 seconds and was achieved by Lin Chen (China) at the Shanghai Spring 2014, in SHanghai, China, on 2 March 2014.
2138First monster truck backflip in a scored competitionCam McQueen2010/2/27 year(s), month(s), day(s)United States, Jacksonville27 February 2010The earliest monster truck backflip successfully performed in a scored competition was accomplished by Cam McQueen (Canada) at the Jacksonville Monster Jam in Jacksonville, Florida, USA on 27 February 2010.The Monster Jam series is a motorsport event tour series whose season traditionally runs from January to March. It is sanctioned by the United States Hot Rod Association (USA), with the Monster Jam World Finals held each year in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Champions have been crowned in the "Racing" and "Freestyle" disciplines each year since 2000.
2139Most Guinness World Records™ books sold by a retail chain in 24 hoursWalmart44647 unit(s) soldUnited States, Various locations27 November 2009The most Guinness World Records™ books sold by a retail chain in 24 hours is 44,647 and was achieved by Wal-Mart at various locations across the United States on 27 November 2009.The feat was achieved during the 'Black Friday Doorbuster' promotional sale.
2140Most expensive helicopterVH71 Kestrel helicopter13200000000 US dollar(s), 01 January 2010The cost for a proposed fleet of 28 VH71 Kestrel helicopters was estimated at a record $13.2 billion (£8.7 billion), making it the most expensive helicopter in the world. The programme was stopped in February 2009 for the re-evaluation of different cost options.
2141First use of quad bikes in combatUnknownAfghanistan01 January 2010A total of 200 upgraded quad bikes have been ordered for UK forces in Afghanistan, which will be used to deliver vital combat supplies. They are fitted with dual stretchers to evacuate two casualties at a time, thereby speeding up emergency treatment.
2142Most yellow cards issued in a FIFA World Cup championship matchSpain , NetherlandsSouth Africa, Johannesburg11 July 2010The most yellow cards issued in a FIFA World Cup championship match is 14 in Spain's 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 11 July 2010.Nine were given to Dutch players (including two on John Heitinga, resulting in a red and expulsion) and five to Spanish. The previous record had been just six, in the deciding game between West Germany and Argentina in 1986.
2143Latest game-winning goal in a FIFA World Cup FinalAndres IniestaSouth Africa, Johannesburg11 July 2010The latest goal scored to decide a FIFA World Cup Final was scored by Andres Iniesta (Spain) in the 116th minute of Spain's 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 11 July 2010.
2144First Oscar-winning actor to star in a videogameChristopher WalkenfirstUSA, 01 January 1996The first Oscar-winning actor to appear in a videogame is Christopher Walken (USA), who featured in Ripper (Take2, 1996) alongside Paul Giamatti and John Rhys Davis.Walken received his academy award for 'Best Actor in a Supoporting Role' in 1978, for his portrayal of Nick in The Deer Hunter (1978) which also won Best Picture and Best Director.
2145First film remastered in 3DToy Story 3D (USA, 2010)firstUnited StatesToy Story 3D (USA, 2009) was a double feature of the first two movies remastered to be a 3D experience.
2146Most points in a single rugby union Tri-NationsNew ZealandNew Zealand11 September 2010The most points in a single rugby union Tri-Nations competition is 184 by New Zealand in the 2010 Tri-Nations across six matches between 10 July and 11 September 2010.The Tri-Nations is an international rugby union competition inaugurated in 1996 and played annually between the southern hemisphere sides Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
2147Most tries in a single rugby union Tri NationsNew ZealandNew Zealand11 September 2010The most tries in a single rugby union Tri Nations is 22 by New Zealand in winning the 2010 Tri Nations across six matches between 10 July and 11 September 2010.The Tri-Nations is an international rugby union competition inaugurated in 1996 and played annually between the southern hemisphere sides Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
2148Most advanced spell creation system in a videogameTwo Worlds II (Reality Pump, 2010)01 January 2010With exactly 993,654 different spell combinations available to thorough players, Two Worlds II (Reality Pump, 2010) boasts the most complex magic system in gaming history. The game uses a system of cards which can be combined to produce different effects in different combinations.The total number of spells only includes results that have different effects. For example, a fireball that causes 10 damage is not considered different to a fireball that does 20 damage. However, an area of effect fireball is different, as is a homing fireball or a slow-burn fireball that damages over time.
2149Most playable characters in a hack-and-slash videogame seriesDynasty Warriors (Tecmo, 1997)01 November 2010The most playable characters available throughout a series of hack and slash videogames is 52, achieved by Dynasty Warriors (Tecmo-Koei, 1997-present) which features figures from Chinese history and folklore.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
2150Fastest-selling debut by a classical act in the UKThomas Paul, The Priests69087 unit(s) soldUnited Kingdom, UK01 December 2008The fastest-selling debut by a classical act in the UK was achieved by The Priests (UK) with their eponymous album which sold 69,087 copies from 24 November to 1 December 2008.
2151Most venues in a boxing videogameDon King Presents: Prizefighter (2K Sports, 2008)01 January 2008The greatest number of fight venues in a boxing game is 22, achieved by Don King Presents: Prizefighter (2K Sports, 2008), which allows players to fight in small boxing gyms as well as more well-known international sporting venues including Madison Square Garden, New York, USA.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
2152Fastest victory in WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (Yuke's, 2009)Carmelo ConsiglioUSA, CaliforniaThe fastest victory against a Legendary AI opponent on WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (Yuke's, 2009) is 55 seconds, achieved by Carmelo Consiglio (USA) in California, USA, on 4 May 2009.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
2153Most victory conditions in a videogameSid Meier's Civilization IV (2K Games, 2005)01 January 2005The most different ways for a videogame to be won is 6, featured in Sid Meier''s Civilization IV (2K, 2005), in which players can become the winning nation by means of Military Domination, Conquest, Time, Culture, Diplomacy or Science.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011
2154Longest title for a fighting gameBakumatsu Roman Dai Ni Maku: Gekka no Kenshi - Tsuki ni Saku Hana, Chiri Yuku Hana01 January 1998The longest title for a game in the fighting genre is Bakumatsu Roman Dai Ni Maku: Gekka no Kenshi - Tsuki ni Saku Hana, Chiri Yuku Hana (SNK, 1998) which is an impressive 67 charactes without spaces.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011 The name translates to "Romance of the Bakumatsu Act II: Swordsman of the Moonlight - On the Moon a Flower Blooming, a Petal Falling."
2155Most body fat percentage readings taken in a working dayTanita CorporationJapan, Tokyo15 March 2009The most body fat percentage readings taken in a working day is 2,884 and was organised by Tanita Corporation (Japan) at Tokyo Arakawa Citizen Marathon, Tokyo, Japan, on 15 March 2009.The marathon runners as well as the audience took part in the event.
2156Most strikeouts in a season by a Major League Baseball teamHouston Astros1535 timesUnited States, 19 December 2013Houston Astros batters struck out 1,535 times during the 2013 season, surpassing the previous mark of 1,529 by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2010.
2157Longest distance swam underwater with one breath (open water, female, without fins)
2158Highest box-office film gross for a Finnish filmThe Man Without a Past922000 US dollar(s)Finland, 01 January 2003The Man Without a Past (2003) has taken $922,000 (£518,000) at the US box office and, $9.6 million (£4.8 million) worldwide.
2159Highest box-office film gross for a Norwegian filmGalapagos17700000 US dollar(s)Norway, 01 January 1955Galapagos (1955) - a nature documentary directed by Thor Heyerdahl (Norway) - has taken $17.7 million (£11.3 million) at the US box office and £28 million (£18 million) so far.
2160Largest thunderstormsSupercellNot Applicable01 January 2011Supercells are powerful thunderstorms which form around a mesocyclone, a deep, rotating updraft. At up to several kilometres across, they can last several hours, making them the longest-lasting and largest of all thunderstorms. They often occur on the Great Plains of the USA and can spawn tornadoes.

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