Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2281Oldest person to release a new albumSmoky DawsonAustralia22 August 2005Australian artist, Smoky Dawson (b. 19 March 1913), recorded a new album of original songs, 'Homestead Of My Dreams', at the age of 92 years 156 days when the album was released on 22 August 2005. Smoky began recording in 1941. Smoky's birth name was: Herbert Henry Dawson. Although some sources believe he was born in 1914, the above date is what we believe to be correct.
2282Paraglider - most continuous loopsHoracio LlorensGuatemala, Obero08 December 2012The record for most continuous loops with a paraglide is 568 and was achieved by Horacio LLorens (Spain), near Obero, Escuintla, Guatemala, on 8 December 2012.
2283Fastest officeEdd China87 mile(s) per hourUnited Kingdom, London09 November 2006The fastest office is a roadworthy desk travelling at a maximum speed of 87 mph (140 km/h). It was created and driven by Edd China (UK) across Westminster Bridge into the City of London, UK, on 9 November 2006 as part of Guinness World Records Day.
2284Youngest male to win a professional golf tournamentRyo IshikawaJapan, Tojigaoka Marine Hills Golf Club,OkayamaThe youngest golfer to win a professional tournament is Ryo Ishikawa (Japan, b. 17 September 1991), aged 15 years 245 days old when he won the Munsingwear Open KSB Cup at Tojigaoka Marine Hills Golf Club, Okayama, Japan on 20 May 2007.Source comes from marketing (Japan).
2285Most points scored in an NHL ice hockey season by a teamEdmonton OilersCanada01 January 1984The Edmonton Oilers scored achieved a record 1,182 scoring points in the 1983–84 NHL ice hockey season, the most by any team.
2286Longest lasting AA alkaline battery cellPanasonic Evolta209.12 percentageJapan, Osaka21 November 2013The longest lasting AA Alkaline battery is Panasonic Evolta, produced by Panasonic Corporation (Japan), which achieved an approved performance index of 209.12, in tests performed on 21 November 2013. The performance index utilises the Minimum Average Discharge comparison criteria (established by the International Electrotechnical Commission) to determine the best average performance for a range of approved battery capacity tests. To achieve this record, Evolta was tested against 9 other AA-size alkaline battery competitors in ILAC accredited laboratories according to the full battery utilisation test requirements of the published IEC protocol (IEC 60086-2).
2287Fastest time to burst 20 balloons on a moto trialMichele Pradelli1/45 minute(s), second(s)Spain, Madrid23 February 2008The fastest time to burst 20 balloons on a moto trial is 1 min 45 sec and was achieved by Michele Pradelli (Italy) on the set of Lo show dei record in Madrid, Spain, on 23 February 2008.The balloons were at 15 m from each other. The participant had to drive the motorbike and then execute a stoppie to burst the balloon (stoppie=motorcycle and bicycle trick in which the back wheel is lifted and the bike is ridden on the front wheel.
2288Longest line of donkeysTeam Cher AnesFrance, Grossouvre,On a country road16 June 2012The longest line of donkeys consisted of 65 donkeys that were pulling a cart together in Grossouvre, France, on 16 June 2012.
2289Best selling single by a Japanese actMasato Shimon4500000 unit(s) soldJapan, 25 December 1975The best selling single by a Japanese act is "Oyoge! Taiyaki-kun" ("Swim! Taiyaki") which was released by Masato Shimon on 25 December 1975. It spent 11 weeks at No.1 in Japan, selling over 4.5 million copies.
2290Fastest football (soccer) goal in the Premier League by a substituteNicklas BendtnerDenmark22 December 2007The fastest goal scored in the Premier League by a substitute is six seconds by Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark) playing for Arsenal against Tottenham Hotspur on 22 December 2007.
2291Most consecutive Test match innings without scoring a duck (no runs) (male)David GowerNot Applicable01 January 1990The most consecutive Test match innings batted without scoring a duck (zero) by an individual is 119 by David Gower (b. 1 April 1957, UK) between 1982 and 1990.
2292First film based on a PC gameWing CommanderfirstUSA, 01 January 1999In 1999, Wing Commander (USA/Luxembourg) became the first PC game to become a movie, although sadly the film-makers didn’t seem to be as inspired as the creators of the original game and the movie was panned by the critics.
2293Largest liquid mirrorZenith TelescopeCanadaThe largest Zenith telescope in Canada uses a mirror made from liquid mercury. By spinning the 3 tonne (6,613 lb), 6 m (19 ft 8 in) diameter mercury mirror, the liquid forms a perfect concave mirror shape suitable for astronomical observations.
2294First seamless 3D world in a console videogameSony, Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacyfirst, 01 January 2001The first console game to present the player with a single, unbroken 3D world was Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy. Thanks to developer Naughty Dog's advanced 'streaming' technology, the game world could be explored without any loading times between areas.Even Grand Theft Auto III, released two months before Jak and Daxter , featured loading times between Liberty City's islands.
2295First lunar mission to include a lunar roverApollo 15first, 07 August 1971Apollo 15, as the first of the more extensive "J" missions, was the first lunar mission to include a lunar rover when it landed on 7 August 1971. The crew were David R. Scott, James B. Irwin and Alfred M. Worden (all USA).
2296Largest collection of kappa-related itemsTatsuo KitanoJapan, Yaizu02 June 2009Tatsuo Kitano (Japan) has a collection of 7,845 kappa related items as of 2 June 2009, which he has amassed since the 1960's. Kappa is a type of river sprite found in Japanese folklore.His collection is housed in a specially built building next to his house, which is open to the public. Kappa is well known as Sandy in the Japanese TV series Monkey.
2297Longest career as a submarine captainkanghyun Kim18/9/26 year(s), month(s), day(s)Korea (South), Jeju17 October 2007The longest certified career as a submarine captains is 18 years 9 months 26 days and was achieved by Wonjang Kim and Kwanghyun Kim (both South Korea) as of 17 October 2007.They work for a underwater resort taking tourists on underwater trips. During that period they accumulated over 20,000 working hours each. They are currently still working as submarine captains. During all this time they never had any accidents. The certified period was between 22 December 1988 and 17 October 2007. The are still working and will update the record at a later date.
2298Most money made at auction by a single artistDamien Hirst200800000 US dollar(s)United Kingdom, London16 September 2008Damien Hirst (UK) made $200.8 million (£111 million) during a two-day auction on 15 and 16 September 2008. 167 of his works went on sale at Sotheby's in London.Only three of the 167 items available failed to find buyers.
2299Most hundreds in a Test match series (male)Clyde WalcottNot Applicable17 June 1955The most hundreds scored by an individual batsman in a Test match series is five by Clyde Walcott (Barbados) in the 1955 series for the West Indies against Australia from 26 march - 17 june 1955.
2300First leg-ringed birdGrey heron (Ardea cinerea)TurkeyThe earliest known example of a bird being leg-ringed is a grey heron (Ardea cinerea) that was ringed during the early 1700s in Turkey, and was then identified by virtue of its ring in 1710 when observed in Germany.
2301Longest career as a motor racing driverLarentiu MoldovanRomania, Cluj-Napoca06 July 2008The longest career as a motor racing driver is 39 years 364 days and was achieved by Laurentiu Moldovan (Romania) who raced in rally cars and formula 1 style cars from 7 July 1968 to 6 July 2008.Larentiu died on 6 July 2008 in his first ever accident on the track, he was racing in Romania's national championships. He won multiple national titles during the 1970s. His daughter said "His dream was to be in Guinness World Records as the oldest racer in the world. He died before he could see his dream we are trying to make it reality now."
2302Most cars loaded into a plane in one hourTopGear ItalyBelgium, Liege,Liege Airport23 October 2008The most cars loaded into a plane in one hour is 30 and was achieved by smart, TNT and TopGear Italy at Liege Airport, in Liege, Belgium, on 23 October 2008.The whole attempt lasted only 35 m 45 sec. The attempt started once the cars (all smarts) had been placed on the palets near the Boeing 747 plane. And was over when the doors of the plane were closed and ready to take off.
2303First gold plated porscheVisualisGermany01 January 2008German company Visualis commissioned an artist to gild a Porsche Boxter in 22 carat beaten gold. There are now plans to release a limited edition model and plate nine further Porsches.All the major components from the steering wheel and door knobs to the car body and alloy rims are gold plated, making the two seater so expensive that the price has not yet been disclosed.
2304Fastest transistorNorthrop Grumman1000000000000 hertz(es)USA, 01 January 2007In 2007 Northrop Grumman (US), a company specialised in in aerospace, electronics, information systems, shipbuilding and technical services, announced they had created a transistor with an operating frequency of over 1,000 gigahertz.
2305Largest calligraphy lessonInnowise Consulting Limited1164 participantsHong Kong, Hong Kong22 October 2011The largest calligraphy lesson involved 1,164 participants and was achieved by Innowise Consulting Limited (China) in Hong Kong, China, on 22 October 2011.1,203 people took part in the lesson, with 1,164 successfully completing the calligraphy evaluation.
2306Longest 180 flip on a bicycleJim DeChampUnited States, Tooele,Utah17 November 2008The longest 180? on a mountain bike measured 3 m (10 ft) by Jim Dechamp (USA) at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, USA, on 18 November 2008 for the MTV show 'Nitro Circus'.The GWR episode will air January 2009.
2307Most people dry bobbingOlaf Palme Elementary School1452 participantsNetherlands, Drunen15 June 2011The most people dry bobbing is 1,452 and was achieved by Olaf Palme Elementary School (Netherlands) in Drunen, Netherlands, on 15 June 2011.Gingerbread was used for the attempt, one piece for each participant as required by the guidelines. The attempt was part of the school's 25th jubilee.
2308Longest career as a clarinetistStanley DruckerUnited States, New York, NYThe longest career as a clarinetist was achieved by Stanley Drucker (USA, b. 4 February 1929) who performed professionally for 62 years 7 months 1 day as of 4 June 2009.The first Philharmonic concert that Stanley Drucker played was the Orchestra's 4,616th Mr. Drucker's final subscription concert will take place June 27, 2009, and will be the Philharmonic's 14,846th concert. Prior to joining the New York Philharmonic in 1948, Mr. Drucker gave symphonic performances during his years at the High School of Music and Art in NY, NY (now the LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts) and The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, PA. He then went on to perform as Principal Clarinetist of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from 1945-1946, the Adolf Busch Chamber Players from 1946-1947, and the Buffalo Philharmonic, of which he was a member from 1947-1948.
2309Most grand slam home runs in a gameJosh WillinghamUSA27 July 2009The Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most grand slam home runs hit in a game is 2 by 13 players, most recently Josh Willingham (USA) playing for the Washington Nationals (USA) against the Milwaukee Brewers (USA) on 27 July 2009.
2310Fastest completion of Virtua TennisJan-Erik P SpangbergUSASpangberg completed SEGA’s Virtua Tennis (1999) on the Dreamcast in a world-beating 44 seconds. To scoop the record, Jan-Erik played a singles Exhibition match on the Los Angeles court on the Very Hard setting.

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