Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
2551Most expensive bullFabio126000 UK pound(s)United Kingdom, Powys18 February 2012The highest price paid for a bull is £126,000 ($198,324). Fabio was sold by Glyn Vaughan (UK) in an auction held by Harrison Hetherington (UK) on 18 February 2012. Fabio is a pedigree Limousin (his pedigree name is Dolcorswllyn Fabio) and sold for over three times his estimated price.
2552Largest light and sound show on a single buildingSun Hung Kai Properties Ltd.46641.52 square metre(s)Hong Kong, Hong Kong,,The light and sound show was held on two sides of the ICC building while the unveiling ceremony took place on a terrace at the IFC building across the harbour25 April 2013The largest light and sound show on a single building measures 46,641.52 m² (502,405.1 ft²), was staged on the ICC building, Hong Kong and was achieved by Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd (Hong Kong) in Hong Kong, China on 25 April 2013.The light show was shown on two sides of the ICC building and the sound was made available through speakers spaced across the opposite side of the harbour, as well as through a mobile app developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd.
2553Largest golf store chainGolf Partner Co. Ltd.Japan, Chiyoda31 March 2012The largest golf chain store is Golf Partner (Japan) with 260 stores, all of them in Japan, as of 31 March 2012.
2554Fastest time to blow a Malt ball/Malteser 100 m (team of 10)Alex Debenham, Amelia Ross, Gareth O'Neil, Jay Chauhan, Kathryn Bridger, Katriona Connolly, Lucy Ostermeyer, Mick Style, Pippa Rubin, Dan Alderson3/1 minute(s), second(s)Spain, World Trade Centre,BarcelonaThe fastest time to blow a Malteser 100 metres by a team of 10 is 3 minutes 1 second and was achieved by Alex Debenham, Gareth O'Neil, Jay Chauhan, Kathryn Bridger, Lucy Ostermeyer, Mick Style, Pippa Rubin, Dan Alderson (all UK), Amelia Ross (New Zealand) and Katriona Connolly (Ireland) at the World Trade Centre in Barcelona, Spain on 14 May 2010.A straw was used to blow the Malteser over 10 x 10 metre stretches. The team took part in a relay formation.
2555Longest friendship braceletThun S.p.A.612.50 metre(s)Italy, Unknown20 November 2013The longest friendship bracelet measures 612.50 m (2,009 ft 6.13 in) and was created by the company THUN S.p.A. (Italy) in Verona, Italy, on 20 November 2013.
2556Fastest cross-country half marathon carrying a 100-lb pack
2557Highest dunk of a doughnut (bungee jumping)Ron Jones60.553 metre(s)United States, California City07 July 2013The highest dunk of a doughnut by a bungee jumper is 60.553 m (198 ft 8 in) and was achieved by Ron Jones (USA) on the set of 'Guinness World Records Unleashed' in California City, California, USA, on 7 July 2013.A standard sized doughnut was dunked into a coffee cup measuring just 8.89 cm (3.5 in) in diameter.
2558Most participants in a racing event in 24 hours (multiple venues)'Bharatiya Janata Party' in association with 'Citizens for Accountable Governance'609663 participantsIndia, Gandhinagar15 December 2013The most participants in a racing event in 24 hours (multiple venues) is 609,663, achieved by 'Bharatiya Janata Party' (India), in association with 'Citizens for Accountable Governance' (India), at 66 locations throughout India, on 15 December 2013.
2559Fastest time to pass 10 T-shirts along a chain of people (team of 100)Domestic & General15/0.69 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Epsom Race Course, Epsom,, Surrey24 June 2014The fastest time to pass 10 t-shirts along a chain of people (team of 100) is 15 min 0.69 sec, achieved by Domestic and General (UK) at Epsom Downs Racecourse, Surrey, UK, on 24 June 2014.
2560Most bungee jumps in 24 hours outdoors (5 - 10 metre bungee cord)
2561Largest sirtaki danceCostas AgorastosGreece, Volos ,Prefecture of Magnesia31 August 2012The largest Sirtaki dance was achieved by 5,614 people in an event organised by EKPOL, the Social and Cultural Council of the Prefecture of Magnesia, in Volos, Thessaly, Greece on 31 August 2012The record attempt started with 6,400 people. The event was organised by Costas Agorastos - the Prefect of Perfecture Thessaly.
2562Largest mobile (cell) phoneMadeline VealUnited States, Chicago, IL11 March 2009The largest functioning mobile phone is a scaled up Samsung SCH-r450. It measures 4.57 x 3.42 x .74 m (15 x 11.2 x 2.5 ft), was achieved by Cricket Communications and Samsung Mobile, and was unveiled at an event coordinated by creative agency Neverstop (all USA) in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 11 March 2009The private record attempt was adjudicated in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 4 March 2009, in order to present the event organizers with the record certificate at a public presentation in Chicago, Illinois, USA on 11 March 2009. The phone's screen consisted of an LED display that measured 1.72 x 1.39 m (5.8 x 4.7 ft) and which, according to the event organisers, weighed approximately 158.76 kg (350 lb).
2563Longest career as a music teacherCharles Wright76 year(s), day(s)United States, Bridgeton23 March 2006The world record for the longest working career for a music teacher was set by Charles Wright (USA, b. 24 May 1912) who began teaching piano privately and professionally in 1931. He continued to do so for the next 76 years until he passed away on 19 July 2007, aged 95 years 56 days.
2564Longest standing jump (motorcycle)Michele PradelliItaly, Milan25 April 2009The record for the longest standing jump on a motorcycle is 4 m 26 cm (13 ft 11 in) and is held by Michele Pradelli (Italy) who achieved the record on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 25 April 2009.The distance was measured from platform to platform and the jump required a standing start.
2565Longest time standing on a globeAshrita FurmanUnited States, Jamaica, New York22 April 2010The longest time to stand on a globe was achieved by Ashrita Furman (USA) who stood unsupported for 43 minutes and 56 seconds, at the Sri Chinmoy Centre, New York, USA on 22 April 2010.The globe used was a WAL Walk rolling globe and was 24.5 inches in height and weighed 24.4 pounds.
2566Fastest 50 m by a human wheelbarrowJoshua McCormack, Arjuna BensonAustralia, Melbourne,Sports campus of Carey Baptist Grammar School09 September 2008The fastest 50 m by a human wheelbarrow team is 14.87 sec and was achieved by Josh McCormack (the wheelbarrow) and Arjuna Benson (the pusher) (both Australia), at the Sports campus of Carey Baptist Grammar School, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on 9 September 2008.During the same event, the record for the largest human wheelbarrow race was broken. Josh is 16 years old, and Arjuna is 15.
2567Most golf holes played by a fourball in 24 hours, cartJennifer MacCurrach, Mike Sizemore, Bryan Benner, Aaron Chilek243 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Austin, Texas02 July 2013The most golf holes played by a fourball using golf carts in 24 hours is 243 and was achieved by Jennifer MacCurrach, Mike Sizemore, Bryan Benner and Aaron Chilek (all USA) at The Hills of Lakeway Live Oak Golf Course in Austin, Texas, USA, between 1-2 July 2013. The team set out to achieve this record to raise funds for the charity 'The First Tees of Greater Austin'. They used glow in the dark golf balls during the night in order to continue playing. After bettering the old record of 234 by 9 holes, the team decided to call it a day after 19 hours and 30 minutes of play.
2568Largest Secret Santa game (single location)Lexington Catholic High School1463 participantsUnited States, Lexington04 December 2013The largest game of Secret Santa consists of 1,463 participants and was achieved by Lexington Catholic High School and area middle schools (USA) in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, on 4 December 2013.The following local middle schools participated in the record attempt organized by Lexington Catholic High School: Saint Agatha, Saint John, Saint Leo, Saints Peter and Paul, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary
2569First form of matterQuark gluon plasmaNot ApplicableThe subatomic particles in a quark gluon plasma existed for less than 10-20 seconds in the aftermath of a collision between two ions of gold travelling close to the speed of light in the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, New York, USA. Quark gluon plasma is believed to have existed in the very early stages of the Universe, just a few microseconds after the Big Bang. In 2005, it was announced that this exotic form of matter has properties more similar to those of a liquid than a gas. The first conventional atoms of matter did not form until around 400,000 years after the Big Bang.
2570Most bars jumped on the back wheel of a trial bikeBenito Ros CharralItaly, Milan19 April 2009The most gapping bars jumped on the back wheel of a trial bikeis 48 and was achieved by Benito Ros (Spain), on the set of Lo ShowDei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 19 April 2009.
2571Fastest relay 4 x 100 m sack raceAndrew Rodaughan, Patrick Holcombe, James Osbourne, Luke MacFarlane2/29.09 minute(s), second(s)Australia, Beveridge17 June 2003The fastest time to complete a 4 x 100 m (328 ft) sack relay race is 2 min 29.09 sec. The team members were, Andrew Rodaughan, Luke MacFarlane, Patrick Holcolmbe and James Osbourne (all Australia). The record was set at Ivanhoe Grammar School, Mernda, Victoria, Australia on 17 June 2003.
2572Table tennis bat and ball control - durationDeepak Sharma Bajagain4/39/52 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Nepal, Kathmandu01 December 2009The longest control of a table tennis ball with a table tennis bat is 4 hours, 39 minutes, 52 seconds and was achieved by Deepak Sharma Bajagain (Nepal) at the National Sports Council's Covered Hall in Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal, on 1 December 2009.The record was achieved in one of Mr. Bajagain's three record attempts in his "World Record Hat Trick" in observance of World AIDS Day 2009.
2573Supermarket trolley pushing - distance in 24 hours (team)EDEKA Suedbayern294.52 kilometre(s)Germany, Munich23 July 2005A team of 12 staff members from the company EDEKA Südbayern (all Germany), took turns to push a shopping trolley for 24 hours around a 434 m long track in the Forum Building of the Munich Airport (Germany) covering an overall distance of 294.52 km (183 miles) on 23 July 2005.The team completed 678 loops on the 434 m long track circular track. The was organised on the occasion of the company party. They completed the distance in 23 hours, 58 minutes and 26.86 seconds. A time keeper was present during the entire 24 hours.
2574Largest trick roping loop by a maleCharlie Keyes32.67 metre(s)United States, Claremore22 April 2006The record for the largest trick roping loop by a male wasachieved by Charlie Keyes (USA), who spun a loop around him fed toa length of 32.67 m (107 ft 2 in), at the Will Rogers InternationalWild West Expo in Claremore, Oklahoma, USA on 22 April 2006.
2575Largest parade of Smart carsMercedes Benz AustriaAustria, Vienna23 August 2007A total of 743 Smart cars participated in a parade organized by Mercedes Benz Austria in Zell am See, Austria, on 23 August 2007.The attempt took place during a three day meeting of Smart fans from all over europe.
2576Most characters played by one actor in a single theatre productionLaxman DeshpandeIndia, Aurangabad01 September 2000Laxman Deshpande (India) plays all 52 parts in the three hour one-man play 'Varhad Nighalay Londonla', which he has performed 2,125 times since the first paying production in December 1979 at Aurangabad, India. The production is a comedy about a marriage party from India going to London for the wedding of one of their sons.
2577Most breakdance windmills in 30 secondsMauro PeruzziUK, London10 October 2010The most windmills performed in a break-dancing style in 30 seconds is 50 set by Mauro Peruzzi (ITALY), also known as Cico, at the Sony Ericsson UK B-Boy Championships, World Finals, London, UK, on 10 October 2010.Cico did this record back stage.
2578Largest parade of BMW carsMaren Caroline BohlGermany, Rödental near Coburg23 August 2008A total of 178 BMW Isetta cars took part in a parade organised by Maren Bohl (Germany) in R?dental, Germany, on 23 August 2008.The Isetta was a small BMW car produced during the 1950's with three wheels (two front, one back) and a front entrance.
2579Most people down a zip wire (rope slide) in 1 hourACE Adventure ResortUnited States, Oak Hill03 June 2012The most people down a zip wire in one hour is 183 and was achieved by ACE Adventure Resort (USA) in Oak Hill, West Virginia, USA, on 3 June 2012.The zip wire measured 61.95 m (203 ft 3 in).
2580Most powerful batteryZhangbei battery36000000 kilowatt hour(s)China, Zhangbei03 January 2012Providing a massive 36 Mega-Watt-Hours (MWh) of energy storage via a "smart" power transmission system, the world's largest battery was commissioned in Zhangbei, Hebei Province, China. Jointly built by China's State Grid Corporation and BYD, the electrical vehicle manufacturer, the battery regulates and stores energy produced from local 100MW wind turbines and 40MW solar photovoltaic panels that can power 12,000 homes for up to an hour in the event of total grid failure. Costing an estimated $500 million, this giant battery is housed in a dedicated building larger than a soccer field and has a computerized brain to manage the supply of energy as needed.

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