Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

211Most participants in a ribbon cutting ceremonyICON Computers & Service Center4200 participantsMaldives, Malé18 August 2006The most participants in a ribbon cutting ceremony was 4,200 at an event organised by Icon Computers and Service Center (Maldives) in Malé, Maldives on 18 August 2006.
212First identical snow crystalsUnknownfirstUSA, Boulder,Colorado01 January 1988A common-used statement about snow is that two snowflakes are never alike. However, in 1988 Nancy Knight (USA), a scientist at the National Center for Atmosphere Research in Boulder, Colorado, USA, found two identical examples while studying snow crystals from a storm in Wisconsin, using a microscope.
213Most Macaws born in a year in a single facility
214Longest road-and-rail bridgeWuhu Yangtze River BridgeChina01 January 2000The Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge in Anhui province, China, is a road and railway bridge with a total length, with approaches, of 10.02 km (6.2 miles) and a main span of 312 m (1,023 ft). The top deck carries four lanes of highway and a footpath, while the lower deck comprises a double-track grade-one railway.The bridge was completed in 2000.
215Most typical human beingMost typical human being01 January 2011Demographics can be used to paint a picture of the most typical human being: a 28-year-old, right-handed, urban, Han Chinese male earning less than £7,480 ($12,000) a year. Pictured is a composite of 200,000 photographs of men who fit this profile, giving a face to the average human being.
216Most people in a paddle ball relayNike Digital Sport162 peopleUnited States, Las Vegas20 February 2013The most people in a paddle ball relay is 162 achieved by a team from Nike Digital Sport (USA) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 20 February 2013. The attempt was held on the plaza of the Fashion Show Mall on the Las Vegas Strip. Each participant was required to have full control of their bouncing ball before the next person was allowed to begin.
217Longest duration surfing a wave - windsurfingCamille Juban7/3 minute(s), second(s)Peru, Pacasmayo19 August 2013Longest duration windsurfing a wave is 7 min 3 sec and was achieved by Camille Juban (France) at Chicama, Ascope, Peru, on 19 August 2013.
218Largest human image of a music instrumentThe city of Nice1660 participantsFrance, Nice21 June 2014The largest human image of a musical instrument was formed by 1,660 people creating the shape of a saxophone in the Promenade du Paillon in Nice, France, on 21 June 2014. The record was attempted on France’s National Music Day and formed part of the launch celebrations for the 2014 Nice Jazz Festival, for which the saxophone is the logo. The length of the completed saxophone was 56 m (183 ft 8 in). The certificate was accepted by the Mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi, who also led the countdown into and out of the event. An aerial photograph confirming the shape of the saxophone was taken by a remote-controlled drone.
219Largest parade of trikesStichting A-TNetherlands, Gilze20 September 2009The largest parade of trikes was achieved by 110 participants in an event organised by Stichting A-T in Brabant, Netherlands, on 20 September 2009.A logbook was used for the counting.
220Most skipped rifle spins thrown right to left hand in one minuteConstantine H. Wilson58 timesUnited States, Fairfax23 April 2004Constantine Wilson (USA) threw a rifle from his right hand to make a one and a half revolution in the air, before being caught with his left hand a total of 58 times in a minute at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA on 23 April 2004.For all the rifle display demonstration records, the weapon must weigh a minimum of 3.54 kg (9 lb 6 oz), with a mounted strap and a fixed bayonet with a minimum length of 24 cm (9.5 in).
221Longest range hit by a tankChallenger tank, Royal Scots Dragoon GuardsUnited Kingdom01 January 1991The longest documented range at which a tank has scored a hit on another is 4.1 km (2.54 miles) by a British Challenger tank of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards during the land offensive of the Gulf War (24 to 28 February 1991). The Iraqi tank was a Russian-made T-55.
222Most participants in a role playing gameXunta de GaliciaSpain, Monterrei07 October 2007The record for most participants in a role playing game (single venue) is 483 and was achieved by the IRMANDIÑOS A REVOLTA role players in Monterrei, Spain from 5 to 7 October 2007.The game name is English is: Brotherhood: The Revolt.
223Most eggs balanced by a groupHsinchu City GovernmentChinese Taipei, Hsinchu23 June 2012The most eggs balanced by a group is 4,247, organised by the Hsinchu City Government in Hsinchu, Chinese Taipei, on 23 June 2012.
224Most sarcomas excised from a patientCecil Max WeintraubSouth Africa01 January 2001From 1977 – 2001, a total of 1,674 sarcomas were excised under local anaesthesia from the skin of a male patient (UK) by Dr Cecil Weintraub (South Africa). Found on different parts of the body surface, the most removed in a single month were 50 in December of 1989, and in a single year were 158 in 1993.Sarcomas are cancers of the supporting tissues of the body. They can occur in muscle, fat, blood vessels or in any of the other tissues that support, surround and protect the organs of the body.
225Most backing dancers to a singerPro-Excel (UK)546 peopleUnited Kingdom, Twickenham,,Twickenham Stadium23 April 2011The most backing dancers to a singer was achieved by 546 participants who performed a routine for the singer Heather Small at an event organised by Pro-Excel (UK) at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, UK, on 23 April 2011.The record attempt took place as part of the celebrations for the London Wasps rugby team's annual St George's Day game, in support of Help for Heroes. Pupils from 10 different schools were taught and rehearsed the routine under the supervision of a professional choreographer and performed the routine together on the day in front of an audience of over 60,000 rugby fans. The children performed a rotuine to 2 of Heather Small's songs 'Proud' and 'Search for the Hero', which lasted for 7 minutes 48 seconds in total.
226First judicial single drug executionKenneth BirosUSA, Ohio08 December 2009On 8 December 2009, Kenneth Biros (USA), a 51-year old prisoner convicted of murdering a 22-year old woman in 1991, was executed in Ohio, USA, using a single large injection of anaesthetic. It is the first time that a single injection has been used in legal, judicial executions in a democratic state.Normally a mixture of three drugs is used.
227Most people completing a questionnaireSanofi Aventis de México S.A. de C.V. , La Asociación Psiquiátrica Mexicana3461 peopleMexico, Aguascalientes,,Aguascalientes International Speedway21 March 2010The most people completing a questionnaire is 3,461 and was achieved by Sanofi Aventis de México S.A. de C.V. and La Asociación Psiquiátrica Mexicana (both Mexico) at the Aguascalientes International Speedway in Aguascalientes, Mexico, on 21 March 2010.The questionnaire was titled the Atenas Sleep Scale and asked questions about insomnia. The questionnaire was distributed to the audience at a NASCAR car race.
228First land plantCooksoniaThe earliest vascular land plant is Cooksonia, which appeared approximately 425 million years ago during the mid-Silurian Period. Only a few cm tall, these simple plants lacked leaves, flowers, and roots, possessing a stalk that branched a few times, with each branch terminating in a spore-bearing structure known as a sporangium.
229Longest police stand-off with a videogame peripheralUnknownBrazil01 February 2009In February 2009, a man in Brazil’s Distrito Federal carried out a 10-hour stand-off with local police, holding a 60-year-old woman hostage with a SEGA Light Phaser – the light gun used to play rail shooters such as Gangster Town, Hang On and Missile Defence 3D on the Master System. Thankfully, the incident ended without the woman being harmed.Featured in Guinness World Records Gamer''s Edition 2010
230Most participants in a badminton rallyMeath Badminton Association123 participantsIreland, Navan21 November 2014The most participants in a badminton rally is 123 and was achieved by Meath Badminton Association (Ireland) in Navan, County Meath, Ireland, on 21 November 2014. The record raised funds for the Friends of Frank charity and for the participating clubs.
231Most deaths in a Dota 2 match“bOne7”26 a unit not listed belowUnknown, 20 March 2015On 20 March 2015, the Cloud9 player “bOne7” was killed 26 times in a StarSeries XI Europe match against the team ScaryFaceZ. “bOne7” was playing as the hero Clockwerk, according to In the same match, Ivan "ArtStyle" Antonov (Ukraine) of ScaryFaceZ set a record for most assists – with 68.
232Most 180s in a darts PDC World Championship by a playerGary AndersonUnited Kingdom, London04 January 2014The most maximums scored by an individual in a Professional Darts Corporation World Championship is 64 by Gary Anderson (UK) at Alexandra Palace, London, UK, from 18 December 2014 to 4 January 2015. Anderson won the world championship, defeating Phil Taylor 7–6 in the final, and threw 19 maximums during that match to surpass the previous record of 60 set by Adrian Lewis in 2011.
233Most goals scored by a goalkeeperRogério Ceni129 timesBrazil, São Paulo26 August 2015The most goals scored by a goalkeeper is 129 and were scored by Rogério Ceni (Brazil), playing for São Paulo Futebol Clube, from 15 February 1997 to 26 August 2015. Rogério Ceni is also the football player having the longest career as a player and captain of the same football club.
234Minimoto (minibike) – longest jump with backflipRicardo PiedrasSpain, Barcelona,,Barcelona09 October 2012The longest jump with a back flip performed on a minimoto is 14.74 m (48 ft 4.31 in) and was achieved by Ricardo Piedras (Spain) in Barcelona, Spain, on 9 October 2012.
235Largest Bouzouki ensembleThis record is for the greatest number of people playing the same tune on a Bouzouki the same time at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people to form the ensemble by each playing their own ensemble at the same time in a single location.For the purposes of this record the Bouzouki is defined as a musical instrument with Greek origin in the lute family, with a pear-shaped body and a long neck. The front of the body is flat and is usually heavily inlaid with mother-of-pearl. The instrument is played with a plectrum and has a sharp metallic sound, reminiscent of a mandolin but pitched lower. There are two main types of bouzouki: the three-course with three pairs of strings (known as courses) and the four-course having four pairs of strings.
236Most stand-up hydrofoil riders towed behind a single boatThis record is for the greatest number of stand-up hydrofoil riders towed behind a single boat simultaneously.This record is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size.For the purposes of this record, a hydrofoil is a lifting surface, which operates in water. A stand-up hydrofoil refers to either a hydrofoil board (also known as foilboard), with a hydrofoil that extends below the board into water, or hydrofoil skis, which are fixed in one position and, again, with a hydrofoil that extends below the skis into water.The hydrofoil causes the board/skis to leave the surface of the water during motion.
237Longest marathon parasailingBerne Persson24/10 hour(s), minute(s)Sweden, Lake Graningesjön20 July 2002The record for the longest parasailing marathon is 24 hr 10 min and was set by Berne Persson (Sweden) on Lake Graningesjön, Sweden on 19-20 July 2002.
238Fastest marathon pushing a pram (male)Michael Wardian2/42/21 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Frederick,Frederick MarathonThe fastest time to run a marathon while pushing a pram is 2 hr 42 min 21 sec by Michael Wardian (USA) at the Frederick Marathon, Frederick, Maryland, USA, on 6 May 2007.His nine month old son, Pierce, was sat on the pram for the duration of the race.The Wardians finished 3rd overall in the race.
239Largest collection of two-headed animalsTodd RayUnited States01 January 2010A former Grammy award-winning producer, Todd Ray (USA) is also notable for possessing the world’s most impressive collection of two-headed, or dicephalic, animals. Having scoured the globe in search of such curiosities and spent over £100,000 ($157,824) on acquisitions, he currently owns no fewer than 22 different specimens. These include a two-headed albino hog-nosed snake, a two-headed goat, a two-headed terrapin, a two-headed king snake, a two-headed bearded dragon (a species of lizard) named Pancho and Lefty, plus the world’s only living three-headed creature: a turtle named Myrtle, Squirtle, and Thirdle. Ray also owns a number of preserved two-headed specimens.
240Fastest 100 m on a space hopper - maleAshrita FurmanUnited States, New York16 November 2004The record for the fastest time to travel 100 m on a spacehopperis 30.2 sec and was set by Ashrita Furman (USA) at Flushing MeadowPark, New York, USA on 16 November 2004.

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