Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2221Longest minibike (minimoto) jump with a nak-nak trickRomain IzzoFrance, Port Medoc20 July 2005The record for the longest minibike jump with a mid air nak-nak is 10.4 m and was set by Romain Izzo (France) on the set of L'Ete De Tous Les Records, Port Medoc, France, on 20 July 2005.
2222Best bowling average in a Test match career (male) (Qualification: 2,000 balls bowled)George Lohman10.75 point(s)United Kingdom, 01 January 1996The best bowling average recorded by an individual player, having bowled a minimum of 2,000 deliveries is 10.75 by George Lohman playing for England in 1886-96.
2223Most wins in regular seasons in an NHL career by a coach, different teamsScotty Bowman1244 timesCanada, 01 January 2002Scotty Bowman (Canada) won a record 1,244 regular season NHL games during his 30-year coaching career with the St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Detroit Red Wings, from to 1967 to 2002.
2224Highest point scoring average in a WNBA careerCynthia CooperNot Applicable01 January 2003The highest point scoring average in a WNBA career was achieved by Cynthia Cooper (USA) with 21.0. Cooper has scored 2,601 points in 124 games for the Houston Comets (USA) from 1997-2000 and then 1 more season in 2003.
2225Most aces served in a Grand Slam tournament matchJohn IsnerUK, Wimbledon,London24 June 2010The most aces served by an individual player in a Grand Slam tennis match is 113 by John Isner (USA) against Nicolas Mahut (France) at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships, in Wimbledon, London, UK, from 22-24 June 2010.
2226Oldest survivng Olympic measurementsChionis of SpartaGreeceThe oldest surviving measurements are a long jump of 7.05 m (23 ft 1.5 in) by Chionis of Sparta in c. 656 BC and a discus throw of 101 cubits (about 46.3 m or 152 ft) by Protesilaus.Information from Archives (e.g. 1993). Submitted for use in Scholastic's Modern Marvels
2227First surviving signature on papyrusAmen-'aaUSSRThe earliest surviving signature on a papyrus is that of the scribe Amen-’aa dated to the Egyptian middle kingdom which began in c. 2130 BC and which is in the Leningrad Museum, USSR.Information from Archives (e.g. 1994). Submitted for use in Scholastic's Modern Marvels.
2228First surviving personal nameSekhenEgypt01 January 3050The earliest surviving personal name is seemingly that of a predynastic king of Upper Egypt ante 3050 BC, who is indicated by the hieroglyphic sign for a scorpion. It has been suggested that the name should be read as Sekhen.Information from Archives (e.g.1994). Submitted for use in Scholastic's Modern Marvels.
2229Most female participants in a motor sports eventThe Times Group , Lavasa Corporation Limited934 peopleIndia, Mumbai22 February 2014The most female participants in a motor sports event is 934 and was achieved by The Times of India and Lavasa Corporation Ltd. (both India), in Lavasa, India, on 22 February 2014.Lavasa Women's Drive, conducted by IARC, was a regulation rally held on two separate courses between Mumbai and Lavasa, and Pune and Lavasa. The winners of the Mumbai - Lavasa route were driver Hemal Yogesh Sawant and co-driver Meera Parmeshwaran Warrier (both India) and the winners of the Pune - Lavasa route were driver Anaheeta Sidwa and co-driver Latha Santosh (both India). The drive is an annual affair held in the aid of women's cancer awareness.
2230Most points scored in a female professional basketball gameAnat DraigorIsrael, Mesilat Zion05 April 2006The most points scored in a female professional basketball game is 136 by Anat Draigor (Israel) for Hapoel Mate Yehuda against Elitzur Givat Shmuel in Mesilat Zion, Israel, on 5 April 2006Hapoel won 158-41.75 of her points came in the second half aloneIsrael Division III
2231Youngest person to win a Freestyle Skiing World Cup eventAnais CaradeuxFrance, Les Contamines15 January 2006The youngest individual winner of a Freestyle Skiing World Cup event is Anais Caradeux (France, 30 June 1990) aged 15 years 199 days at Les Contamines, France on 15 January 2006.
2232Most runs scored by a player in an ICC World Cup tournament (male)Sachin TendulkarSouth Africa01 January 2003Sachin Tendulkar (b. 24 April 1973, India) scored a record 673 runs in the 2003 Cricket World Cup in South Africa.
2233Oldest person to captain a Champions League football (soccer) teamPaolo MaldiniUK, London20 February 2008The oldest player to captain a Champions League team is Paolo Maldini (Italy, b. 26 June 1968) when he led AC Milan out against Arsenal in London, UK, on 20 February 2008 aged 39 years 239 days.
2234First videogame with 3D troops and 3D environmentTotal AnnihilationfirstNot ApplicableThe first game to use 3D troops and a 3D environment was Total Annihilation. The only series to use a fully 3D environment in has been the Homeworld series. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: first.
2235Largest airborne telescopeBoeing 747SPUnited States18 August 2004Nasa's (USA) Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy is a Boeing 747SP fitted with an infrared telescope with a 2.7m-wide (8.85 ft) primary mirror. 'First light' for the telescope occurred on 18 August 2004.'First light' is the term used when a scientific observation instrument, such as a telescope, is first tested - ie the first light hits the detectors.
2236Most runs scored by a player in an ICC World Cup match (female)Belinda ClarkIndia, Mumbai16 December 1997The highest individual score in this competition is 229 not out by Belinda Clark for Australia v.Denmark in Bombay (now Mumbai), India on 16 December 1997. During this match Australia scored a record 412-3 off 50 overs.
2237Most advanced mini robot for medical useSwiss federal Institute of Technology ZurichfirstSwitzerland, Zurich01 April 2009In April 2009, a team of scientists at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, announced they had constructed a micro-robot capable of swimming in human arteries.The corkscrew-shaped robot measures a maximum length of 60µm (0.00236 in) and swims in the same manner as a bacteria. The small robot will be used to repair damage to blood vessels and remove arterial deposits that lead to heart and general health problems.
2238First videogame with bullet timeRequiem: Avenging AngelfirstNot ApplicableUbisoft’s Requiem: Avenging Angel was the first game to feature bullet time, a feature that slows down time to allow a player to dodge bullets. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: First to feature bullet time.
2239Highest beer keg toss (female)Nina GeriaItaly, Rome12 March 2012The highest beer keg toss (female) was 3.90 m (12 ft 10 in) and was achieved by Nina Geria (Ukraine) on the set of 'Lo Show dei Record' in Rome, Italy, on 12 March 2012.
2240Lowest annual cinema attendance per capitaMalaysiaMalaysia01 January 2004With a population of 22,662,365 and a total of 336,000 admissions in 2003, Malaysia has the lowest cinema attendance per capita with 14.83 visits per 1,000 people (0.01483 visits per person).
2241Youngest driver to win a Formula One World Championship raceSebastian VettelItaly, Monza14 September 2008The youngest driver to win a Formula One World Championship race is Sebastian Vettel (Germany) (b. 3 July 1987) who was aged 21 years 72 days old when he won the Italian Grand Prix on 14 September 2008, driving for Toro Rosso.This was Vettel's 22nd race and his maiden win secured the 29th point of his career. This was also the maiden win for the constructors Toro Rosso.
2242Most concerts by a symphony orchestraNew York PhilharmonicUnited States, New York18 December 2004The most concerts performed by a symphony orchestra is 14,000 by the New York Philharmonic (USA) over the last 162 years. The orchestra's archive has the first performance on 7 December 1842 and the 14,000 on 18 December 2004.
2243Most appearances as a Test match umpire (male)Steve Bucknor128 timesNot Applicable, 22 March 2009Steve Bucknor (b. 31 May 1946, Jamaica) has officiated at a total of 128 Test matches, between 28 April 1989 - 22 March 2009.
2244Most cows killed by lightningWarwick MarksAustralia, Dorrigo31 October 2005The largest recorded number of livestock killed by a single bolt of lightning is 68. The Jersey cows were sheltering under a tree at Warwick Marks' dairy farm near Dorrigo, New South Wales, Australia, on 31 October 2005. A further three were paralyzed for a few hours, but later recovered.
2245Youngest person to win a Snowboarding World Cup eventSophie RodriguezAustria, Kreischberg23 January 2004The youngest individual winner of a Snowboarding World Cup event Sophie Rodriguez (France, b.7 July 1988) aged 15 years 200 days at Kreischberg, Austria on 23 January 2004.
2246Oldest person to win a Snowboarding World Cup eventUrsula BruhinCanada, Le Relais17 December 2005The oldest individual winner of a Snowboarding World Cup event Ursula Bruhin (Switzerland) aged 35 years 273 days at Le Relais, Canada on 17 December 2005.
2247First first-person driving videogameNight DriverNot ApplicableThis simple 1976 arcade game required the player to negotiate a road at night without hitting the roadside. The car itself was not computer-generated: it was a printed graphic stuck to the screen! GWR Video Gamer's Edition 1998, title: First driving game (first-person)
2248First driving game to feature true force feedbackHard Drivin' (Atari, 1988)Not Applicable01 January 1988Originally designed as a driving sim, Hard Drivin’, released to arcades in 1988, featured a motor that put force on the steering wheel to simulate feedback from the car’s tyres. (2008 edition text)Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 200.
2249First 3D world in a platform videogameKnight LorefirstNot ApplicableKnight Lore by Ultimate was the first example of a 3D world - if not actual 3D graphics - in platform gaming. GWR Video Gamer's Edition 2008, title: first example of a 3D world.
2250Most cars in a racing videogameGran Turismo 6Not ApplicableThe racing videogame that features more cars than any other is Gran Turismo 6 (Polyphony Digital, 2013), which has a staggering 1,200 licensed vehicles from the world's top manufacturers.

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