Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2191Fastest half marathon dressed as a doctor (male)Ewan Jack1/25/23 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Kirkintilloch09 October 2011The fastest half marathon dressed as a doctor is 1 hours 25 minutes 23 seconds by Ewan Jack (UK) at the Neil McCover Memorial Half Marathon in Kirkintilloch, Scotland, UK, on 9 October 2011.
2192Largest cocktail-making lessonDIAGEOSpain, Barcelona18 September 2013The largest cocktail-making lesson involved 1,774 participants and was achieved by DIAGEO in Barcelona, Spain, on 18 September 2013.This record attempt was held at DIAGEO's Western Europe conference. All of the participants made a vodka martini which included vodka, vermouth and lemon zest. The cocktail making lesson was ran by Kenji Jesse who is the global ambassador for DIAGEO's brands.
2193Longest duration resisting a jet engine streamBrittany Spearin1/25 minute(s), second(s)United States, California City08 July 2013The longest duration resisting a jet engine stream is 1 minute 25 seconds and was achieved by Brittany Spearin (USA) on the set of 'Guinness World Records Unleashed' in California City, California, USA, on 8 July 2013.Ms. Spearin held onto a bar positioned 30 ft (9.14 m) from the back of the plane.
2194Most planes in a flight simulation gameGaijin EntertainmentRussia, Moscow22 January 2013The most planes in a flight simulation game is 303, and was achieved by Gaijin Entertainment (Russia) for the game War Thunder (Gaijin Entertainment, 2013), in Moscow, Russia, on 22 January 2013.
2195Longest duration to maintain a human flag (two fingers)Stefano ScarpaItaly, Molfetta01 March 2014The longest duration to maintain a human flag (two fingers) is 26.72 seconds and was achieved by Stefano Scarpa (Italy) in Molfetta, Italy, on 1 March 2014.
2196First animal with a functional gearMalcolm Burrows and Gregory Sutton, University of CambridgefirstUnited Kingdom, Cambridge,,University of Cambridge13 September 2013The first known animal with a functional gear is the adolescent planthopper insect Issus, the discovery of which was announced by University of Cambridge researchers Malcolm Burrows and Gregory Sutton (both UK), in the journal Science on 13 September 2013. The gear synchronises the push from its legs on each side, allowing the Issus to perform its mighty jump without spinning. The gear is shed during the Issus' final molt before maturity, replaced by a frictional mechanism.
2197Fastest marathon dressed as a love heart (male)David Smith3/28/21 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Telford,,Groundhog Marathon08 March 2014The fastest marathon dressed as a love heart (male) is 3 hr 28 min 21 sec and was achieved by David Smith (UK) at the Groundhog Marathon in Telford, Shropshire, UK, on 8 March 2014.David added to his collection of Guinness World Records titles by running in a heart costume with the message 'David 4 Ann' emblazoned on the front of it, in tribute to his wife. The Groundhog Marathon takes place on an athletics track and comprises of 105 and a half laps to make up the 42.2 km marathon distance. For kicks, David decided to run his final lap backwards.
2198Most nationalities in a nativity playRev Irfan JohnUnited Kingdom, Llandaff30 November 2013The most nationalities in a nativity play is 55 and was achieved by Rev. Irfan John (UK) at Wales Millenium Centre in Cardiff, UK, on 30 November 2013.68 people took part in the performance, representing a total of 55 different nationalities.
2199Most participants in a duck tape (duct tape) fashion showDuck TapeUnited States, Avon14 June 2014The most participants in a Duck Tape (duct tape) fashion show is 340, achieved by Duck Tape (USA) at the 11th Annual Duck Tape Festival in Avon, Ohio, USA, on 14 June 2014.The theme of the 2014 festival was "Out of this World," which inspired many of the costumes worn by participants.
2200Most juggling catches on a circus pole in one minuteIsabelle NoëlGermany, Rust21 June 2013The most juggling catches on a circus pole in one minute is 179 and was achieved by Isabelle Noël (Germany) on the set of 'Wir Holen Den Rekord Nach Deutschland' at Europa-Park in Rust, Germany, on 21 June 2013.
2201Most elbow snatches of a die in 30 secondsHenry BanksCanada26 October 2013The most elbow snatches of a die in 30 seconds is 50 and was achieved by Henry Banks (Canada), in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, on 26 October 2013.
2202Most participants on a single-player online videogameTwitchUnited States01 March 2014The most participants on a single-player online videogame is 1,165,140, and was achieved by the Twitch community "Twitch Plays Pokemon" who played Pokemon Red (Game Freak, 1996) from 12 February to 1 March 2014.
2203Most consecutive basketball games converting a three-point field goalJeb IveyNot Applicable, Loimaa06 December 2013The most consecutive basketball games converting a three-point field goal is 177 and was achieved by Jeb Ivey (USA) playing for Nilan Bisons in Finland and Aix Maurienne Savoie Basket in France from 24 September 2010 to 6 December 2013.Jeb Ivey began the streak in Finland scoring at least one 3-pointer in 159 consecutive matches before being traded to LNB Pro B side Aix Maurienne Savoie Basket in France where the streak continued for a further 18 games. In this time he had a conversion rate of 40.7% scoring 486 out of 1193 attempts.
2204Widest river bore wave ride on a stand up paddleboard (SUP)Robby NaishBrazil, ArariThe widest SUP ride of a river bore is 450 metres (1476 ft 4 in) and was achieved by Robby Naish (USA) and Red Bull do Brasil at the Arari Pororoca in Arari, Maranhão, Brazil on 17 May 2014. Image via Red Bull.
2205Largest audience for a comedian in 24 hoursMario BarthGermany, Berlin08 June 2014The largest audience for a comedian in 24 hours is 116,498 people and was achieved by Mario Barth (Germany) at the Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany, on 7-8 June 2014.
2206Most appearances in the football (soccer) FIFA World Cup Final by a team
2207Largest painting by mouth by a teamTesco Dukes GreenUnited Kingdom, Hounslow17 August 2013The largest painting by mouth by a team is 5.18 m (17 ft) high and 21.33 m (70 ft) long and was painted by Tesco Dukes Green (UK) in Feltham, Middlesex, UK, on 17 August 2013.The total area of the painting is 110.48 m² (1,190 ft²).
2208Most money raised by a car parade
2209Most balloons burst while spinning a bowl in one minute
2210Oldest editor-in-chief of a free subscription magazine
2211Most people receiving a vaccination simultaneously (multiple venues)
2212Most expensive jewellery boxCartier Egyptian jewelled vanity case189000 US dollar(s)United States, New York City17 November 1993A Cartier jewelled vanity case, set with a fragment of ancient Egyptian steel, was sold at Christie's, New York, USA for $189,000 (£127,832) on 17 November 1993.
2213Largest swiss bell gatheringGlarner BraunviehzuchtverbandSwitzerland, Glarus12 April 2003On 12 April 2003, 1,306 participants rang a total of 2,055 cowbells simultaneously in a cowbell ringing event organized by Glarner Braunviehzuchtverband in Glarus, Switzerland.
2214Longest surfski journeyGerhard MoolmanKenya, Lamu23 October 2002Gerhard Moolman (South Africa) covered a distance of 6,152 km (3,822 miles) on a surfski between Hout Bay, South Africa, and Lamu, Kenya, from 20 April to 23 October 2002.The expedition was called The Far Blue and served to raise funds for, and awareness of, AIDS among children in Africa.A surfski is similar to a kayak, except that the paddler sits atop the vessel rather than inside it. There are shallow depressions in the deck for the paddler's bottom and feet. The latter also hook under straps for grip.
2215Longest migration by a birdUnknownArctic, Arctic circle12 September 2003The Arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea) migrates the greatest distance of any bird species, breeding north of the Arctic circle and then flying south to the Antarctic for the northern winter and back again, a round trip of approximately 80,467 km (50,000 miles).They make this journey to spend a second summer in the sourthern hemisphere so they can use the long daylight hours for feeding. Most terns travel by sea, feeding as they go, but some do take overland routes such as the Marsh tern which flies over the Sahara.
2216Most destructive chase seqence in a filmThe Junkman (USA 1982USA01 January 1982H. B. Halicki's (USA) The Junkman (USA 1982) had a chase sequence which involved the wrecking of over 150 vehicles inculding two Cadillac Eldorados, two Chrysler Magnums, numerous boats, trucks and motorcycles and two Pitts high-performance aeroplanes.
2217Fastest 10 m travelled carrying a table and weight in the mouthGeorges ChristenChina, Beijing18 June 2009The fastest 10 m carrying a table with weight in the mouth was6.57 seconds and was acheived by Georges Christen (Luxembourg) onthe set of Zheng Da Zong Yi - Guinness World Records Special inBeijing, China, on 18 June 2009.
2218Longest grommet slingFranklin Offshore InternationalSingapore17 June 2003The longest grommet sling measures 110 m (360.8 ft) long, with a diameter of 192 mm (7.55 in). It was constructed in June 2003 by Franklin Offshore International Pte Ltd (Singapore) and has a calculated grommet breaking load of 3,070 tonnes.
2219Most Snowboard Slopestyle medals X Games - women (winter)Janna Meyen-Weatherby (USA)United States01 January 2010The most women’s snowboard Slopestyle medals won at the Winter X Games is six by Janna Meyen-Weatherby (USA). She collected four gold medals in 2003–06, a silver medal in 2002 and a bronze medal in 2010.
2220Oldest existing republicSan MarinoSan Marino01 March 9030The oldest existing republic is that of San Marino, which was founded on 3 September 301. San Marino is a micro-state, entirely surrounded by Italy with a population of 28,880 in 2005.Sources: CIA Factbook

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