Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
2491Largest collection of bus ticketsLadislav SejnohaCzech Republic, Kunvald30 September 2008The largest collection of bus tickets belongs to Ladislav Sejnoha (Czech Republic), with 200,000 tickets from 36 countries, each one different in some detail.
2492Fastest field to loaf - microwaveWheat Montana Farms Bakery8/13.6 minute(s), second(s)USA, Wheat Montana Farms Bakery at Three Forks,Montana19 September 1995The fastest time for producing 13 loaves (a bakers dozen) from growing wheat is 8min 13.6sec, by representatives from Wheat Montana Farms Bakery at Three Forks, Montana, USA on 19 Sep 1995. They used 13 microwaves to bake the loaves.
2493Farthest distance carrying a 10 lb brick non-stop (male)Paddy DoyleUnited Kingdom, WarwickshirePaddy started the walk/speed march at 2.30 am and finished over 18 hours later that evening.
2494Largest chocolate truffleMirco Della vecchia802 kilogram(s)Italy, Rimini, Italy21 January 2012The largest chocolate truffle weighted 802 Kg (1,768 lb 2 oz) and was achieved by Mirco Della Vecchia, Andrea Andrighetti, Rimini Fiera, Fabbri 1905, Icam and Martellato (all Italy) at the Sigep Fair in Rimini, Italy on 21 January 2012.The ingredients used for the chocolate truffle were: dark chocolate 1,000 Kg (2,204 lb 62 oz) amarena cherries 200 kg (440 lb 92 oz) cream 200 kg (440 lbs 92 oz).The chocolate truffle measured 1 m in height with a circumference of 50 cm long.
2495Longest video documentaryDon Wilson13/52 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Los AngelesA documentary on Elvis Presley (USA), called The Definitive Elvis Collection, produced by Passport International Productions, California, USA, has a duration of 13 hr 52 min (including titles). Featuring over 200 interviews, with Elvis' friends, family, fans and co-stars, production began in January 2000 and it was released on DVD/VHS on 16 July 2002.
2496First win of a Grand Slam tennis tournament by a wild card entrantGoran IvanisevicUnited KingdomThe best ever performance by a wildcard entrant at the Wimbledon Championships is that of Croatian Goran Ivanisevic in 2001. Invited to play in the competition by the All England Club, Ivanisevic, ranked 125th in the world won the Men's singles title by beating Pat Rafter (Australia) 6-3 3-6 6-3 2-6 9-7 in the final and becoming the first wild card entrant to win a Grand Slam tournament. The Croatian's popular win came in his fourth final appearance and he also served a record 213 aces, including 27 in the final, throughout the tournament.
2497Farthest eyeball popKim Goodman12 millimetre(s)Turkey, Istanbul02 November 2007Kim Goodman (USA) can pop her eyeballs to a protrusion of 12 mm (0.47 in) beyond her eye sockets. Her eyes were measured in Istanbul, Turkey, on 2 November 2007.Measuring the “pop” is an exact science that has to be done by an optometrist using a device known as a proptometer an average of three measurements gives the final, eye‑watering result.“Proptosis” is the term for eyeball displacement or bulging eyes. Kim discovered her talent when she was hit on the head by a hockey mask, but can now pop out her eyes on cue.
2498Largest collection of badgesSeppo MäkinenFinland, Anjalankoski19 June 2008Seppo Mäkinen (Finland) has a collection of 30,105 different badges from over 50 countries, as of June 2008, that he has amassed since 1994.
2499Largest sky lanternJesus Alberto Zuñiga GuzmanColombia, Cauca Bolivar11 January 2009The largest sky lantern is 11.68 m (38 ft 3 in) high, 10 m (32 ft 9 in) wide, 9.3 m (30 ft 6 in) deep, and has a volume of 1,086.24 m³ (38,360.2 ft³). It was created by Jhon Freddy Daza, Eyder Burbano and Rene Muñoz (all Colombia). It was presented, measured and launched at the Orlando Hoyos Mendez Coliseum in Bolivar, Colombia, on 11 January 2009.The sky lantern was called "Homenaje a la Fauna del Planeta" ("Planets Wildlife Tribute") and was made of 2,500 full colored chinese papers.
2500Fastest time to husk a coconut with teethSiddaraju SiddappaIndia, Bangalore30 March 2003The fastest time to husk a coconut using the teeth is 28.06 seconds and was achieved by Sidaraju S Raju (India) who husked a coconut measuring 78 cm (30.7 in) in circumference and weighing 4.744 kg (10lb 6.4 oz) at the Ravindra Kalashetra, Bangalore, India on 30 March 2003.
2501Farthest distance football (soccer) throw-in (male)Thomas Gronnemark51.33 metre(s)Denmark, Horsens18 June 2010The longest throw-in (football) was 51.33 m (168 ft 4.8 in) by Thomas Gronnemark (Denmark) at the grounds of FC Horsens in Horsens, Denmark, on 18 June 2010. Gronnemark's successful "flip" throw came on his seventh attempt of the day, performed as a demonstration at a girls' football camp.
2502Highest daily newspaper circulationYomiuri ShimbunJapan, Tokyo01 January 2010The Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper (Japan) is credited with having the highest circulation in the world, and with being the only newspaper to have a morning circulation in excess of 10 million copies. The morning edition has a circulation of 10,020,584, while the evening edition has a circulation of 3,516,692, producing a combined figure of 13,537,276 (Source: Japan ABC, average July- December 2010, & The Yomiuri Shimbun). With an average of 2.5 readers per copy, this results in a total readership of 25,051,460 per day (Source: J-READ 2010).Yomiuri Shimbun was founded in 1874 and is published in Tokyo.
2503Largest game of pass the parcelNanyang Technological University3918 peopleSingapore, Nanyang Technological University28 February 1998The largest game of pass the parcel took place on 28 February 1998, when 3,918 students removed 2,200 wrappers in two and a half hours from a parcel measuring 1.5 m x 1.5 m x 0.5 m (4.9ft x 4.9ft x 1.6ft) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
2504Longest wheelchair push - 24 hoursCumbria Cerebral Palsy SocietyUnited Kingdom, Whitehaven22 August 2000A team of 75 volunteers pushed a wheelchair a distance of 386.2 km (240 miles) in 24 hours at Copeland Stadium, Whitehaven, Cumbria, UK on 8–9 September 2000. The event was organised by the Maryport branch of the Cumbria Cerebral Palsy Society.
2505Largest KadomatsuAICHIKEN GOKOKU JINJYA15.6 metre(s)Japan, NAGOYA26 December 2009The largest kadomatzu was 15.6 m (51 ft 2.17 in) and was achieved by Aichiken Gokoku Jinjya (Japan) in Nagoya, Japan, on 26 December 2009.The katomatsu was dedicated to the people in war-bereaved association in Asuke, Toyota-shi, Aichi, Japan.
2506Largest pop up bookPearle Opticiens4/3 metre(s)Belgium, Ghent06 September 2010The largest pop-up book ever made measured 4 m (13 ft 1 in) by 3 m (9 ft 10 in) when closed. The book, entitled "My Word", was completed on 6 September 2010 for a television commercial advertising Pearle Opticiens (Belgium).When opened the book measured 4 m (13 ft 1 in) by 6m (19 ft 8 in) and the pop-up objects reached a height of 2.35 m (7 ft 9 in). The book was used as a prop in a television commercial organised by VVL BBDO advertising agency. The design was based on a booklet given out in all 160 stores in the Pearle Opticiens chain.
2507Fastest time to pop 1,000 balloonsOC&C Strategy ConsultantsSpain, Barcelona08 September 2007The record for the fastest time to pop 1,000 balloons is 8.78 seconds and was achieved by OC&C Strategy Consultants (UK) during their annual International Training Week in Barcelona, Spain on 8 September 2007.
2508Largest collection of dictionariesYingyu WangChina, Sanhe City,Hebei Province03 August 2010Yingyu Wang (China) has 2,345 different dictionaries, as of 3 August 2010, that he has been collecting since 1970s. Mr Wang has collected various versions of Chinese dictionaries published by more than 100 publishers. All are displayed in his apartment.
2509Fastest marathon dressed as a doctor (male)Ewan Jack2/53/11 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, EdinburghThe fastest marathon dressed as a doctor (male) was 2 hr 53 min 11 sec by Dr. Ewan Jack (UK) at the Edinburgh Marathon in Edinburgh, UK, on 22 May 2011. Jack ran to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Scotland charity and has raised more than £17,000 in all efforts.Jack bettered the previous record by 1 hr 22 min 58 sec.
2510Longest career as a radio presenter/DJ (female)Maruja Venegas SalinasPeru, Lima05 October 2012Maruja Venegas Salinas (Peru, b. 3 July 1915) has presented the radio programme 'Radio Club Infantil' on Radio Santa Rosa in Lima, Peru, since 18 December 1944. As verified on 5 October 2012, her career spanned 67 years 292 days. At the age of 97, Mrs Salinas declared that she had no plans to retire from the Sunday programme.
2511Most consecutive haircuts by a team in 12 hoursLady Jane's Haircuts for MenUnited States, Troy23 August 2013The most haircuts by a team in twelve hours is 652 and was achieved by Lady Jane's Haircuts for Men (USA) in Troy, Michigan, USA, on 23 August 2013.
2512Tallest indoor music fountainLotte Department StoreKorea (South), Busan20 August 2010The tallest indoor music fountain had a water column height of up to 18.2 m (59 ft 8 in) and was constrcuted and installed at the Aqua Mall of the Lotte Department Store, Busan, South Korea, and was completed on 24 August 2010.The fountain has the following features:Size of water tank: 188,827 m2 (2,032,508 ft2)Thickness of bottom of the tank: 70 cm (2ft 3 in)Number of fountain nozzle: 85 EAPhysical height of the center fountain: 18.2 m (59 ft 8 in)Physical height of the surrounding fountains: 12.0 m (39 ft 4 in)
2513Largest model of a human organPfizer Japan Inc.Japan, Sapporo02 October 2010The largest model of a human organ in the shape of a lung measured 5.02 m (16 ft 5 in) tall and 5.78 m (18 ft 11 in) wide and was created by Pfizer Japan Inc. (Japan) at Ario Sapporo, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, on 2 October 2010.The model shows a healthy lung on one side and a smoker's lung on the other. It was made of polyvinyl chloride sheet.
2514Largest pass the parcelRoyal London2.09/2.51/3.44 metre(s)United Kingdom, London,,The Oval13 February 2014The largest "pass the parcel" measured 2.09 m (6 ft 10 in) in height, 2.51 m (8 ft 3 in) in width, 3.44 m (11 ft 3 in) in length, and was achieved by Royal London (UK) at The Oval in London, UK, on 13 February 2014.
2515Most consecutive jump splits in 30 seconds by a single chorus lineItalia Conti Academy of Performing ArtsUnited Kingdom, London11 July 2013The most consecutive jump splits in 30 seconds by a single chorus line is 74 and was achieved by staff and pupils of the Italia Conte Academy of Theatre Arts (UK) outside St Paul's Cathedral in London, UK, on 11 July 2013.
2516Most simultaneous high kicks in 30 seconds by a single chorus lineMoulin RougeFrance, Paris16 November 2010The most simultaneous high kicks in 30 seconds by a single chorus line is 720 and was achieved by the Moulin Rouge can-can dancers at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, France on 16 November 2010 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.30 dancers made up the chorus line and each dancer achieved 24 high kicks in 30 seconds.
2517Farthest distance to push a scrum machine in 8 hours (relay)Burton RFCUnited Kingdom, Burton On Trent10 July 2010The farthest distance to push a scrum machine in 8 hours (relay) was 58.56 km (36.39 mi) by members of Burton RFC (UK) at the Shobnall Leisure Complex in Burton On Trent, UK, on 10 July 2010. Participants consisted of team members from the U17, U19, and Seniors squads, who pushed the machine around a 426.1 m (1,398 ft) circuit.
2518Largest caganerMaremagnumSpain, Barcelona,,Centro Comercial Maremagnum23 December 2010The largest caganer, a traditional model figure or statue featured in Catalan nativity scenes, measured 6.00 m (19 ft 8.22 in) in height and 2.00 m (6 ft 6.74 in) at its widest point and was achieved by Maremagnum Shopping Centre in Barcelona, Spain, on 23 December 2010.As implied in the literal translation of the Catalan word "caganer", the figure depicts the act of defecation. The object itself is a nativity figure traditional to Catalan culture and whilst the origins of the tradition have been lost, it has remained a popular feature in Catalan nativity scenes since the 18th century.The figure was designed, manifactured and installed by Fabregat (Decoracion de Navidad) and was exhibited in the Maremagnum shopping centre in Barcelona as part of their 2010-2011 Christmas publicity campaign.
2519Most environmentally friendly bomb detectorsUniversity of ColoradofirstUnited States, 01 January 2010A team at the University of Colorado, USA, led by Professor June Medford, has developed plants that can detect bombs. Based on the fact that the receptor proteins in plant DNA respond to threatening stimuli by releasing chemicals called terpenoids, which cause changes in a plant’s leaf, this natural defence reaction has been the basis of work into detecting explosives. A computer programme designed to manipulate the reaction in plants, enables the researchers to teach the plant to respond in the same way to chemicals found in explosives and pollution in air and water by changing colour – a reaction that could be detected by satellites. The university team has now been awarded a US $7.9 million grant from the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency to exploit the development operationally
2520Newest revolutionary airborne surveillance system - Gorgon StareGorgon StareUnited States01 December 2010In December 2010, the US Air Force deployed its newest, wide area surveillance system in Afghanistan designated Gorgon Stare. Carried by the MQ-9 Reaper UAV, the revolutionary intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology consists of nine video cameras which can send 65 different, live images to different users to track enemy movements on the ground. Whereas current drones shoot video from a single camera and are limited to an area the size of a building or two, the new system can look at a whole city or similar area. When fully deployed operators have a complete and continuous picture of a large area, while the enemy is not able to determine what, precisely, is being looked at.

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