Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2311Most simultaneous on-screen enemies in a videogameDead Rising 3 (2013)Not Applicable01 July 2013The Dead Rising games have always been about pitting players against vast hordes of hungry zombies, and in Dead Rising 3 (Capcom, 2013) the maximum number of animated corpses on-screen at a single time has increased to 21,000.
2312Most countries played in by a basketball teamHarlem GlobetrottersUnited States, Phoenix10 March 2010The most countries played in by a basketball team is 120 by the Harlem Globetrotters (USA) from 1926 to 2010.The Globetrotters have played in countries from A (Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Argentina, Australia, Austria) to Z (Zambia, Zimbabwe) and have visited every continent except Antarctica.
2313First amputee to win a summer x games gold medalChris RidgwayUnited States, Los Angeles31 July 2009Riding a 2009 Suzuki RMZ450F, Chris Ridgway (USA) won gold inthe X Games adaptive Moto X class at X Games 15 in Los Angeles,California, USA, on 31 July 2009.
2314Oldest person to win a class championship at the World Horseshoe Pitchers TournamentBob ChampionUnited States, Gillette01 January 2006Bob Champion (USA, b. 13 October 1917) became the oldest person to win a class championship at the World Horseshoe Pitchers Tournament 2006 at the age of 88 in Gillette, Wyoming, USA.
2315Most expensive RPG (Role Playing Game) productWorlds Largest DungeonUnited States01 August 2004In August 2004, Alderac Entertainment Group released World's Largest Dungeon, a-1,000 page Role Playing Game (RPG) book with nearly 1 million words and 100 maps. It retailed for a record $99.95 (£51.88) – the most expensive RPG product ever!
2316Best start in an NHL seasonOttawa Senators26 point(s)Not Applicable, 01 January 2008The best start by a team in NHL history is by the Ottawa Senators (Canada) with 26 points in the first 14 games of the 2007-08 season. The Senators started the season with a 13-1 record.
2317Most matches consecutively won by shootouts in NHL by a teamEdmonton OilersNot Applicable01 January 2008The Edmonton Oilers (Canada) set an NHL record by participating in four straight games that required a shootout to determine the winner during the 2007-08 season.
2318Most polygons per player model in a tennis gameVirtua Tennis 3Each Virtua Tennis 3 player model contained a staggering 25,000 polygons, giving them an incredibly lifelike look as well as highly realistic movements.
2319Largest character roster in a fighting gameTobal 2 (Dream Factory, 1997)19 April 1997The greatest number of playable characters in a fighting game is 200, featured in the Japan-only PlayStation game Tobal 2 (Dream Factory, 1997).Featured in Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2011The game was published by Square and featured appearances from several popular characters from the company including its iconic Chocobo mascot.
2320Fastest espresso machineSwiss Espresso ExtractorSwitzerland, ???26 September 2008The fastest espresso machine is the 'Swiss Espresso Extractor', designed and built by A. Schurr, J. Lüönd, A. Lütold (all Switzerland) and SK tec SA. It produced 11.5 litres (3 US gal) of espresso coffee in one minute on 26 September 2008.
2321First voice recordingEdouard-Leon Scott de Martinville1860/4/9 year(s), month(s), day(s)France, 09 April 1860The oldest recorded human voice is a ten-second fragment of the French folk song 'Au Clair de la Lune'. It was recorded on 9 April 1860 by inventor Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville (France).Discovered in 2008 by researchers in Paris, the clip was created on paper using a phonautograph, a device for recording sounds visually, without being able to play them back. The paper recording was analysed by scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA), who used optical imaging as a 'virtual stylus', allowing the clip to be played back for the very first time.
2322Breakdance - Fastest 10 meter spider walkAntonio SpotoSpain, Madrid09 January 2009The fastest 10 metre spider walk was 7.13 seconds and was achieved by Antonio Spoto (Italy) aka Anuk on the set of 'Guinness World Records', Madrid, Spain, on 9 January 2009.This record was a head to head with Victor Ortiz (Spain) managing to break Spoto's old record by completing the 10 metres in 9.66 seconds.
2323Most saves in a Major League Baseball seasonFrancisco RodriguezNot Applicable01 January 2008The Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most saves in a season is 62 recorded by Francisco Rodriguez (Venezuela) playing for the Los Angeles Angels (USA) in 2008.
2324First aircraft sabotageUnited AirlinesfirstIndiana, Chesterton10 October 1993A nitroglycerin explosive destroyed a United Airlines Boeing 247 on 10 October 1933 over Chesterton, Indiana - the first confirmed bombing of an aircraft.On 28 March 1933, an Imperial Airways Armstong Argosy II crashed after a fire was started on board, possibly by a suicidal passenger although impossible to prove, this could also be considered an act of sabotage.
2325First plane crash caused by a dog
2326Fastest creation of a shoe collectionAlexsander Moreno Rincon9/40/32 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Colombia, Bogota06 August 2009The fastest creation of a shoe collection is 9 hr 40 min 32 sec and was achieved by Alexsander Moreno aka Alexs Men (Colombia) during the International Footwear and Leather Show, in Bogota, Colombia, on 6 August 2009Alexs Men is one of the most acclaimed shoe designers in Colombia. All shoes created were original and the colours, thematic, complements, etc were chosen randomly by the public assisting to the event.
2327Most lottery prizes given in a yearPronosticos para la Asistencia PublicaMexico, Mexico City,Pronosticos para la Asistencia Publica building30 September 2009The most lottery prizes given in a year is 97,909,447, by Pronósticos para la Asistencia Pública (Mexico) during the year 2008.The prizes were distributed in the 8 games organized by this national lottery: Melate, Melate Revancha, Progol, Progol Revancha, Tris, Chispazo, Gana Gato and Protouch.
2328Youngest driver to finish a Formula One World Championship raceJaime AlguersuariHungary, Budapest26 July 2009The youngest driver to finish a Formula One World Championship race is Jaime Alguersuari (Spain, b.23 March 1990) aged 19 years 125 days when he finished the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest, Hungary, on 26 July 2009.Jamie was racing for Toro Rosso - he finished 15th in the race.
2329Most points in a rugby union Tri-Nations match (individual)Morne SteynSouth Africa, Durban01 August 2009The most points scored in a rugby union Tri-Nations match is 31 and was achieved by Morne Steyn (South Africa) against New Zealand at ABSA Stadium, Durban, South Africa, on 1 August 2009. Morne Steyn scored all the points for South Africa in a 31-19 victory over the All Blacks. His tally consisted of 1 try, 1 conversion and 8 penalties.
2330Most people tattooed simultaneouslyTattoo Jam 2010223 peopleUnited Kingdom, Doncaster,,Doncaster Racecourse07 August 2010The most people being tattooed simultaneously is 223, achieved by tattooists and clients at Tattoo Jam 2010 at Doncaster Racecourse, Doncaster, UK, on 7 August 2010.Over 300 tattoo artists were due to attend the convention. However, due to difficulties, only 265 were in atendance. Of this number, only 223 were verified to be tattooing during the record attempt.
2331Fastest 10 m run by a guinea pigFlashUnited Kingdom, London27 July 2009The fastest 10 m (32.81 ft) by a guinea pig was achieved by Flash, who ran the distance in 8.81 seconds, in London, UK, on 27 July 2009.Record was attempted by ten guinea pigs throughout the day, individually, with Flash clocking the fastest time.
2332Fastest try in a Rugby Union Super Rugby matchVula MaimuriNew Zealand, ChristchurchThe fastest try in a rugby union Super Rugby match is 12 seconds and was achieved by Vula Maimuri (Fiji) for the Highlanders against the Crusaders (both New Zealand) at Christchurch, New Zealand, on 12 May 2001.
2333First manned maiden space flightUnknownfirst, 12 April 1981The first ever shuttle launch occurred on 12 April 1981. This test flight was conducted by astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen, and represents the first time a new spacecraft system had ever flown in space without a prior unmanned space flight.
2334First rhythm/ strategy gamePatapon (Sony, 2007)Perhaps the strangest addition to the RTS sub-genre is the PSP game Patapon, released in February 2007. During the game, players take control of a tribe of cartoon creatures, guiding their actions against opposing armies by rhythmically pressing buttons in time to a musical beat.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
2335Longest wait for a videogame sequelLegend of Kage (TAITO, 1985)Japan01 March 2008The longest gap between a video game's initial launch and its sequel is 22 years 71 days, achieved by Legend of Kage. The 2D platform series started in arcades in 1985 and was most recently released on DS in March 2008.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
2336First arcade game with a hard diskKiller Instinct (Midway, 1994)firstKiller Instinct was the first arcade videogame to include a hard disk drive. The extra digital storage was used to include pre-rendered backgrounds, allowing for more realistic graphics.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
2337Youngest captain of a Stanley Cup winning teamSidney Crosby21/10/5 year(s), month(s), day(s)USA, 01 January 2009At 21 years 10 months 5 days, Sidney Crosby (Canada, b. 7 August 1987) became the youngest captain of a Stanley Cup winning team when the Pittsburgh Penguins (USA) defeated the Detroit Red Wings (USA) in the 2009 finals.
2338First hybrid of a camel x llamaRama the camafirstUnited Arab Emirates, DubaiOn 14 January 1998, at the Camel Reproduction Center (CRC) situated in the Arabian desert within Dubai, UAE, a long-term project headed by chief scientific officer Dr Julian A. (Lulu) Skidmore (UK) finally came to fruition with the birth of Rama, the world’s first hybrid of camel and llama, known as a cama. Rama was a male specimem, and both of his progenitor species belong to the camel family, but could never have encountered one another in the wild. This is because his father was an Arabian camel or dromedary (Camelus dromedarius), and his mother was a South American guanaco (Lama huanacos), from which the domestic llama (L. glama) is descended. Moreover, because the camel is over six times heavier than the guanaco, Rama was conceived by artificial insemination. In 2002, a second cama was born, this time a female, called Kamilah. This ongoing breeding project is funded by Dubai''s Crown Prince and Defence Minister H. H. Sheik Mohamed bin Rashed al-Maktoum.NB Dr Skidmore is female.
2339First undefeated regular season by an NFL teamNew England PatriotsfirstUSA, 01 January 2007The New England Patriots (USA) scored a 16-0 record in 2007, becoming the first team in NFL history to achieve an undefeated regular season since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.The New England Patriots (USA) joined the 1934 Chicago bears (13-0), 1942 Chicago Bears (11-0) and 1972 Miami Dolphins (14-0) as the only undefeated regular season teams in the NFL's 88 year history
2340First person in Major League Baseball with 2,000 wins as manager and 2,000 hits as playerJoe TorrefirstUSAJoe Torre (USA) is the only person in baseball history to win at least 2,000 games as a manager and have recorded at least 2,000 hits as a player.

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