Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

2881Biggest egg hunt record cracked in LondonA new Guinness World Records title was set in London over the Easter weekendfor the most entrants in an egg hunt competition after 12,773 entrants took part in a huge charity event.Participants in 'The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt' were on the look out across the UK capital for eggs created by some of the world's leading artists, architects, jewellers and designers including Mulberry, Sir Ridley Scott, Zaha Hadid, Diane Von Furstenberg and Bruce Oldfield.The hunt, which helped raise money for charities Action for Children and Elephant Family, saw entrants try to track down over 200 giant eggs hidden throughout London over a six-week period.To enter the Guinness World Records attempt, participants located unique SMS keywords displayed on each of the eggs and texted the keyword to a dedicated text number.The hunt had already broken a Guinness World Records title earlier in the month when a giant chocolate egg created by couture chocolatier William Curley for the competition became themost expensive non jewelled chocolate egg sold at auctionwhen it was bought for a record breaking £7,000.Other eggs from the hunt have also helped to raise £667,000 at auction, with a Humpty Dumpty egg signed by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall reaching £51,000, and a 'stolen' letter box egg designed by artist Benjamin Shine raising £42,000.Rachel Waldron, Project Director of The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt, said: "Breaking the Guinness World Records title is the icing on a very big cake.""The eggs all have such individual charm and personality, and have brought a huge amount of fun to the streets of London over the last few weeks, so this is dedicated to them! I hope we hold the record for many, many years to come."The two Guinness World Records attempts are part of World Record London, a calendar of record-breaking events taking place in the run-up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. So far the project has overseen successful record attempts for the longest curtsey relay and the longest marathon hug, with future events set to include the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Pageant on Sunday 3 June which hopes to break the record for the Largest parade of boats. To find out what's coming up as part of World Record London, visit
2882WYMLW: Skipping Ropes, Rice Bowls & Some Really Awful Gift-Wrapping...Hello again! It’s that time of week where I take you through some of my favorite videos that were recently unleashed on our YouTube channels.First up, what do a rope, a rice bowl and a human all share in common? I’ll tell you…They’re all the ingredients you need for completely man-powered rail travel.Sound crazy? That’s because it is. Doesn’t mean it didn’t happen though…videoSome might say that guy is a… SUCKER for world records? I bet he TRAINS, wait for it… RAIL-Y hard?Sorry, let’s get this thing back on track…Do you have an anniversary coming up? Perhaps a loved one’s birthday? Well consider this advice for free…DO NOT contact Malfie about a gift-wrapping service. They are TERRIBLE. Like, disappointingly so.videoI’m just full of good advice today. Here’s some more. Always take a skipping rope to a party.Why?Because eery single party, by law, contains at least one guy capable of doing ‘The Worm’. They are strategically placed there, by some unknown force, with the sole purpose of pulling off this dance move. This results in the good guy (probably played by Michael Cera) never getting the girl.So next time you’re chatting to the girl of your dreams about all the puppies you’ve saved and Worm-Guy starts doing his thing, just casually show a bit of rope and watch him scuttle away. He’s just not man enough for worm-skipping.NOTE – WILL NOT WORK ON THIS GUY.videoFinally, we’re back On The Road with Oli, and he’s made it back to the UK. This time, he meets a man with a very strange, very specific obsession.David Boyne (UK) has been applying for football manager jobs since November 1994. However, almost 19 years later, he has yet to yell his orders from the dugout. Still, he does have a rather impressive collection of rejection letters. 150 to be exact…videoSo, there you go kids. Follow your dreams! Or at the very least, accumulate the correspondence from those who are out to crush them.Until next time!
2883Apple Wows with new Mac Pro, American Idol gets new producer, and a BASE jump goes wrong - News In World RecordsSeemingly stuck in a bit of a rut since the death of its visionary CEO Steve Jobs, technology behemoth Apple wowed the electronics world Monday with the unveiling of its new Mac Pro (pictured above). The machine, built for - as the name implies - professionals, is a sleek, cylindrical computer quite unlike anything many of us have seen. The price tag starts at $2,499 and it will be interesting to see how the industry responds. Whether the Pro fails or succeeds, though, Apple can sleep easily knowing it's still the largest company by market value at more than $413 billion (£264 billion).American Idol has named Per Blankens its new executive producer. Blankens goes to the States after overseeing the Swedish version of "Idol," and looks to get the show back on its dominant footing. Having lost its two main producers and three judges before this season, "Idol" has a lot of work to do to get back to its heyday, when it was the best-rated show on U.S. television. Still, to this day, the franchise's artists have spawned a mind-blowing 386 No. 1 hits across various platform and genre rankings, the most by any one music talent show.A close call in Australia has left Maria Steinmayr a very lucky woman. The base jumper experienced a parachute malfunction while soaring at the BASE Jump Extreme World Championship in Benidorm, Spain, having taken off from 525 feet (160 meters). Here's the breath-stealing video.videoThankfully, she suffered only a few minor bruises, but it reminds you of the love for the extreme that people like Steinmayr possess. People like Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan, who still hold the record for highest BASE jump exit point at 21,666 feet (6,604 meters) from Mt. Meru, Garwhal Himalaya, India, on 23 May 2006.Lastly, have a spare $190 million (£121 million) lying around? Well, we know somebody who might. But, if so, you could place your bid for what is the most expensive house ever put on the market in the U.S. If sold, the price tag for the estate named Copper Beech Farm would eclipse the Victorian villa of Elena Franchuk for most expensive home ever sold. Franchuk paid $161 million (£102.9 million today) for her Kensington home in 2006. Other residences, like Hearst Castle or the Villa Leopolda, have been valued at higher rates but haven't actually been purchased on the market for a list price as high. Must be nice!
2884Video: Get blown away by the world's loudest bicycle hornHere's one of the new entries in the Guinness World Records 2015 book that's guaranteed to make a big noise.Yannick Reed, 43, from London, makes a living as a website writer, but in his spare time he is a part-time inventor.Among his many creations is 'The Hornster’ – a super-powered honker capable of producing a sound pressure level of 136.2 db(A) that has set a new world record for loudest bicycle horn.Yannick, a keen cyclist who rides around 100 miles a week, noticed that inattentive lorry drivers did not notice his regular horn.With this in mind he created a horn that's capable of being louder than any heavy goods vehicle.He describes his neighbours as ‘long-suffering’ as they have had to put up with the racket made by his invention.On making it into the Guinness World Records 2015 book for two titles (he also has an entry for smallest caravan - check it out here), Yannick claims to be ‘ridiculously proud’.videoGuinness World Records 2015 is the 60 th anniversary edition of the world’s best-selling copyright book and ison sale now at all major retailers.It’s packed full of incredible feats, facts and achievements and also features new Augmented Reality technology that enables the reader to bring record-breakers to life in stunning 3D. You can find out more about the book by heading to for the latest on all things world record, including the 2015 book, visit Guinness World Records on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and our brand-new Instagram. Plus check out Guinness World Records on YouTube to subscribe for the latest record-breaking videos!Related stories Video: Nick Stoeberl has the world’s longest tongue Video: Watch the world’s longest usable golf club in action Video: Largest collection of James Bond memorabilia Video: Take a ride in the world's smallest caravan
2885Fastest return journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats by recumbent bicycle (male)This record is for the fastest return journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats by recumbent bicycle.This record is to be attempted by a male individual.This record is measured in days, hours and minutes.For the purposes of this record, a recumbent cycle features a low, reclining seat which places the rider's feet in front of, rather than below, the body.For the purposes of this record, recumbent 'cycle' includes bicycles and tricycles.
2886Fastest journey from Land's End to John-O'-Groats by rowing cycleThis record is for the fastest time between Land's End and John-O'-Groats (or vice versa) by rowing cycle.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured on days, hours, minutes and seconds. For the purposes of this record, a rowing cycle is a two- or three-wheeled vehicle propelled by a rowing motion of the body.
2887Largest first aid kitThis record is for the largest first aid kit, based on the volume of the container/kit.This record is measured in cubic metres, with the equivalent given in cubic feet.This record is to be attempted by an individual or team of unlimited size.For the purposes of the record, a first aid kit is defined as a container for materials used to give aid to a sick or injured person before full medical treatment is available.
2888The Space Cowboy: Chayne Hultgren - Record Holder Profile videoChayne Hultgren, aka The Space Cowboy (Australia) is an extreme performance artist.The current holder of heaviest weight pulled by eye sockets (411.65 kg), he has also previously held the most swords simultaneously swallowed, heaviest weight dangled from a swallowed sword and farthest distance travelled on a unicycle whilst juggling three objects. We recently caught up with Chayne in a break between performances during his summer residency at London's South
2889Chevrolet sets new record for largest car mosaic in South KoreaFrom Craig Glenday, Editor-In-Chief in Gangwon Province, South KoreaCar maker celebrates the centenary of its founding with a spectacular party and record attempt at the Largest car mosaicLouis-Joseph Chevrolet (Switzerland) founded his car company in 1911 and, despite the fact that he died penniless, his legacy lives on with a brand that is among the best known of all car marques.Today, many of the Chevrolet vehicles driven around the world are produced in South Korea, and to mark the company's 100th anniversary - and to say thanks to staff and customers - GM Korea decided to throw a lavish party on Saturday aim for a Guinness World Records certificate.The idea, hatched by the company's Vice President Ankush Arora, was to recreate the classic Chevrolet "bow-tie" logo using vehicles produced in South Korea. (I learn later that the logo is either an adaptation of the Swiss cross or, according to what may be an apocryphal story, inspired by a wallpaper pattern in a Paris hotel.)The existing Guinness World Record stood at 1,086 Subaru cars arranged in a logo formation in Warwick, England, back in 2008, but Chevrolet was prepared to go into overdrive and smash the record with the help of staff and dealers attending the company's centenary celebrations at the Phoenix Park ski resort outside Pyeongchang City in Gangwon Province. And thus I found myself jetting off on my first trip to South Korea.Phoenix Park is a complex containing a golf course, a water park and 12 international-standard ski slopes. It's also the venue for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in 2018, although it's currently enjoying a warm summer, so the snow that the areas is famous for was nowhere to be seen.Instead, I was driven through verdant valleys lush with pine trees and vast expanses of cabbage and daikon - ingredients in the country's famous kimchi dishes. The area is also famed for its superior beef cows, a fact I soon learnt for myself when taken for a delicious dinner of bulgogi and bibimbap. "In the top five bulgogi I've ever tasted," says my guide and translator Sunkyu Choi, a Seoul resident who was also on his first proper visit to this part of the country.The attempt kicked off the following morning at 9.15 - 45 minutes ahead of schedule - as the thick mist that shrouded the valley only an hour before began to lift. A steady stream of two-door Sparks trickled its way from a holding zone into the Phoenix Resort car park, where the logo and the word "Chevrolet" had been demarcated. Volunteer stewards stickered each windscreen with a numbered disc before ushering the cars into a second holding area. Here, the drivers - along with their families and friends - unpacked their cars and handed over the keys to Intercon valet Jimmy Lee and his team of 32 professional drivers.The next stage of the proceedings was, for me, the most impressive, as the valets edged the cars into their final position. For neatness - and ease of counting - different models were designated different parts of the logo, with each vehicle guided in with pinpoint precision.Ingeniously, each valet wielded a stick with a stiff sponge cube at its tip against which cars needed to be nudged forwards or back - at 10 cm wide, the sponges ensured that the cars were exactly spaced. The entire operation was a model of meticulousness and efficiency.Indeed, the logistics of the record were phenomenally complex. Getting the planned 1,108 cars to the site was just the start of the challenge - with traffic jams surrounding Pyeongchang as the participants made their way to the venue. The cars were then sorted by type - four Chevrolet models were selected: Spark (396), Cruze (422), Orlando (145) and Captiva (145) - before filing into the car park to be registered, stickered and counted. The drivers and their companions were then signed in and ferried by shuttle bus to their hotels, while their cars were driven into their allocated spot.Every driver and passenger - an estimated 3,500 - had to be catered for and entertained, so the entire resort was commandeered, with roads closed or diverted, restaurants (usually closed for the end of season) opened, and even the cable car usually reserved for skiers put to work to keep the families' occupied. The whole time, golf buggies zipped back and forth carrying staff, VIPs and much needed supplies of water and energy drinks.After roughly six hours, the main body of the logo was complete, giving me the opportunity to view the site from above - climbing a pair of perilous ladders on to the roof of a nearby 13-storey apartment block. From here, the view was stunning. It was also the perfect vantage point for photography. I managed to survive the equally-dangerous descent, although my dark-blue suit didn't fair quite so well and ended up a chalky grey from brick dust.At this point, the event organizer revealed that more Chevrolets have arrived and asked if they could join the artwork. The record guidelines dictate that the design has to be pre-approved, so any changes would be problematic and would affect the aesthetic of the logo. However, being the lenient and judicious adjudicator that I am, I suggested that the figure "100" be added after the word "CHEVROLET", thus allowing 39 more vehicles to join in the fun.Just before the sun set, the final car is driven into place and a helicopter drafted in to assess the image from on high. The end result is a triumph - the famous "bow tie" logo aligned with the words "CHEVROLET 100", all spelled out using 1,143 tightly parked Chevvys. My final task was to present the well-deserved Guinness World Records certificate to Vice-President Arora. Then all that was left to do was enjoy the party, the traditional banquet buffet and a spectacular firework display.
2890Cadillac Parade sets new world record‎From GWR Adjudicator Morgan Wilber in Vermount, USAThe Orleans County Fair in Barton, Vermont has been a tradition for over 140 years, showcasing agricultural events alongside amusement rides, entertainment, food and fun. Walking onto the fairgrounds you can't miss the large Ferris wheel, but keep walking and you may find horse harness racing, dairy cattle shows, ox pulling, wool spinning, antique farm machinery, deep fried bacon dipped in Vermont maple syrup. This year on the opening day of the fair, Wednesday August 17th, the fair association decided to add a new attraction to the list. Cadillac owners drove from around the country to be a part of the Guinness World Records attempt for the largest parade of Cadillac's. The previous record totaled 102 Cadillac cars in the Netherlands in 2002. For this record attempt, the parade had to consist of all vehicles displaying the Cadillac badge, the cars had to be moving in a clear procession for a minimum of 2 miles, and there could be no large gaps in the parade line. As the official adjudicator, I stood at the entrance of a large track in the middle of the fairgrounds where the parade ended its journey. As each car passed me by, I ensured they displayed the Cadillac badge and tallied them towards the final count.The parade was led by a pink 1959 Series 62 convertible, followed by other vintage editions to today's CTS Coupe. The cars steadily streamed into the track, ending with a total of 298 Cadillac cars, earning the Guinness World Records title.This Guinness World Records attempt was not only to add a new attraction and excitement to the fair, but more importantly it was to honor Henry M. Leland who founded Cadillac in 1902 and was originally from Barton, Vermont. Several members of the Leland family traveled to Barton, to honor the craftsmanship and legacy of Leland, by being a part of the Cadillac parade. The energy and work that went into this event was clear. The essence of it all came down to the owners and drivers of the Cadillac's and the love for their vehicles. One car came as far as Alaska to be a part of this history in the making. The care and devotion to the vehicles was amazing as even the vintage editions looked in mint condition. Congratulations to the Orleans County Fair Association, the Leland family and all the Cadillac owners who drove from around the country to be a part of this very special, record breaking parade.
2891Alien Actor Bill Blair sets record for most special effects characters played in a careerPic: Hart PonderYou may not recognise his face, but if you're a science fiction fan you may well have seen quite a bit of Bill Blair over the years.The American actor was honoured earlier this month at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood in recognition of achieving the GWR title for "Most Special Effects Characters Played in a Career".From aliens and vampires to Frankenstein's monster, Bill's unusual acting career stretches back to 1989, and has seen him notch up a record-breaking 202 other worldly roles that have required him to wear special make up or prosthetics.Pic: Hart PonderDubbed the "Alien Actor", Bill's big break came after meeting make-up designer Richard Snell and his girlfriend on the Sylvester Stallone film Demolition Man. This led Bill to his first work on the TV movie of Alien Nation.From there, he has gone on to make notable appearances in a long list of sci-fi staples such as Star Trek - Deep Space Nine, Babylon 5 and Sliders.Speaking recently to, Bill explained he ended up specialising in special effect laden roles for the variety, and that the long hours spent in a makeup chair did not bother him."Well, when you put on these special effect makeup characters, you're truly in a make-believe world","I like to tell people that I started training for this type of thing when I was a child, because I would love to sit in front of the television and watch Saturday morning cartoons for hours on end, and I wouldn't move. I'd sit on the floor, sit in a chair, wherever I was at, in one position until I was through watching whatever cartoons I was watching. Apparently it was just natural for me to sit still for a long time."Pic: Neko KellyFor his Guinness World Record certificate presentation, Bill arrived on the red carpet as one of his special effect characters and was transformed back to his human self over the course of the night.Proceeds for the event, which was attended by a number of Hollywood actors Bill had worked with during his career, are to be donated to the Rotary Club Project: Global Alternative Energy Alliance charity.
2892Calgary turns into Gotham as group breaks record for largest Batman gatheringLeapin' lizards Batman, it's a new world record!Gotham, er, Calgary earned the record it both needed and deserved last week, as the largest gathering of people dressed as Batman took over the Canadian downtown.At a record attempt organized by oil and gas company Nexen Energy employees, 542 Caped Crusaders donned their best cowls and capes to establish the first-ever mark in the category and far surpass the required 250 participants needed for a first-time record.videoNexen, headquarterd in Calgary, made the attempt for a reason altruistic enough to put a smile on even Bruce Wayne's face: it helped kick off their 2014 United Way campaign, "From Suits to Superheroes," helping raise funds and awareness."Our employees are true super heroes and we're very proud of the teamwork and community spirit they've demonstrated in supporting this initiative," says Fang Zhi, CEO, Nexen Energy ULC. "Our goal was to show a unified spirit in kicking off Nexen's annual United Way campaign."Nexen contributions to the United Way are made up of employee donations, which are matched dollar-for-dollar by Nexen. For 2014, Nexen hoped that Batman gathering would would increase employee participation while inspiring other companies and organizations in Calgary to support the United Way for the year to come.In its various charitable campaigns since 1996, Nexen has raised more than $15.4 million ($17 million Canadian) for the United Way, but never has the start of a campaign garnered attention quite like this.Showing a more light-hearted side to Batman, the Nexen employees who dressed up for the attempt resorted to plenty of music and dancing to pass the time, including a rousing YMCA.It isn't the first time Nexen considered its employees as super heroes. Literally. While the number has since been broken, the company had its members break the record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Superman in 2011 with 437 participants, to kick off that year's "Be a Hero" United Way campaign."Nexen's Calgary United Way campaign theme ties into our values of supporting the communities where we live and work," said Brian Humphreys, Vice President, Corporate and Government Relations. "By working together, Nexen and our employees are helping United Way address its goals of fighting poverty, helping kids thrive and building strong communities." Are you or a group of your own attempting to raise awareness and attention for a charity event like Nexen and Batman? Make sure to contact the Guinness World Records client services team with your organization's details.
2893Largest bowl of sun-dried beef paçocaThis record is for the largest bowl of sun-dried beef paçoca cooked.The record is based on the weight of the finalized cooked dish. All measurements must be given in both metric and imperial terms.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team of unlimited size.For the purposes of this record a sun-dried beef paçoca is a dish consisting of toasted cassava/manioc flour mixed with shredded sun-dried beef, onions and butter. This savory dish is also known as paçoca de pilão or paçoca de carne de sol depending on the region.
2894Largest human game of "guess who"This record is for the greatest number of people to form part of playable game of guess who.This record is measured by the number of people to form part of a playable game of guess who.For the purpose of this record "human guess who" is defined as a two player game of deduction to guess your opponent's "character" by inquiring about which physical attributes they possess. This attempt is acted out by humans and not played on a board.
2895Most rainbow flicks performed with a football in one minuteThis record is for the most rainbow flicks performed with a football in one minute.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in number of rainbow flicks.For the purposes of this record, a rainbow flick is defined as: The player rests the ball between their feet. The player then rolls the ball up their front foot heel using their back foot and flicks it with their front foot heel behind their back and over their head.
2896Most personal hygiene kits assembled in one hourThis record is for the greatest number of personal hygiene kits to be assembled in one hour at a single venue.The record is to be attempted by individuals.This record is measured in the number of personal hygiene kits assembled that meet our criteria.For the purposes of the record, a personal hygiene kit is defined as a package containing at least 10 products used for ensuring one's own bodily cleanliness.
2897Longest vehicle drift (production electric car)This record is for the greatest distance a person can drift an electric production car. This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in kilometres to the nearest 0.001 km, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in miles. A drift is defined as when there is a speed differential between the driven wheels of the vehicle and the ground speed of the vehicle.
2898Longest distance pulled by a horse - full body burnThis record is for the longest distance achieved whilst being dragged behind a horse and completely alight, under controlled conditions.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in kilometres to the nearest 0.001 km, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in miles.
2899Longest handstand on a bicycleThis record is for the longest handstand while riding a bicycle.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in metres and centimetres, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in feet and inches.For the purposes of this record, a handstand is defined as riding the bicycle with ONLY your hands in contact with it. No other part of the rider’s body (including their head) may touch the bicycle at any time once the starting line has been crossed.
2900Most people performing jumping jacks simultaneouslyThis record is for the greatest number of people performing jumping jacks simultaneously at a single venue.This record is to be organised and monitored by a single organisation. For the purposes of this record, a jumping jack is defined as follows: The starting position is standing straight with arms by sides. The first movement is to jump into the air, with back straight, legs wide apart, and straight arms raised above the horizontal. The second movement is to jump into the air and bring the arms back to the sides and the legs back together.
2901Farthest distance travelled by rubber band-powered vehicleThis record is for the farthest distance travelled in a rubber band-powered car.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team.This record is measured in metres, with the equivalent imperial measurement in feet also given.For the purposes of this record, the car must be large enough to seat an adult driver or passenger, and the record must be attempted with a driver or passenger in the car.
2902Largest online album of sunday roastsThis record is for the largest photo album of Sunday roasts - plates of roast dinner.This record is to be attempted by a sole organizing entity.This record is measured in the number of photos which constitute the album.For the purpose of this record, a Sunday roast (roast dinner) is defined as a serving/plate including all of these items: 1) roasted meat (i.e. chicken, pork, beef, lamb, turkey or gammon) or nut roast, 2) roast potatoes or mashed potatoes, 3) Yorkshire pudding, 4) vegetables and 5) gravy.
2903Largest CRM lesson (multiple venues)This record is for the greatest number of people attending and participating in a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) lesson at multiples venues.For the purpose of this record, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is defined as a business strategy for managing a company's relationships and interactions with their customers and future customers through the analysis of data about customers' history with the company, in order to better improve business relationships with customers and to drive sales growth.
2904Fastest solar-powered remote control carThis record is for the fastest speed achieved by a remote-controlled vehicle using electricity generated by solar energy.This record is to be attempted by an individual or team of unlimited size.This record is measured in kilometres per hour (km/h) and the equivalent given in miles per hour (mph).For the purposes of the record, a solar-powered remote control car is defined as a model car which is propelled by an electric motor, which in turn derives its electrical input from photovoltaic cells mounted on the car.
2905Longest journey by powered parachuteThis record is for the longest journey made by powered parachute (PPC or paraplane).This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in kilometres to the nearest 0.001 km, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in miles.For the purposes of this record, a powered parachute is an ultralight aircraft built from a parachute connected to a motor and wheels ('trike'). Powered paragliders will be considered under the separate category of 'Longest journey by powered paraglider'.
2906Most ultraviolet tattoos (female)This record is for the largest surface area covered with ultraviolet tattoos on an individual.This record is to be attempted by a female individual.This record is measured in percentage of surface covered with ultraviolet tattoos using the Total Body Surface Area assessment.For the purpose of this record, a ultraviolet tattoo is made with a special ink that is visible under an ultraviolet light (blacklight). Depending upon the ink, they can be nearly invisible in non-UV environments.
2907Farthest distance cycled in one month by elliptical cycleThis record is for the greatest distance cycled by elliptical cycle in one month (30 days).This is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in kilometres to the nearest 0.001 km, with the equivalent imperial measurement also given in miles.For the purposes of this record, an elliptical cycle is a one-person, seatless vehicle powered by moving in a motion replicating that used on a stationary elliptical trainer. No distinctions will be made between various types and models of cycle.
2908Highest tenpin bowling score (blindfolded)This record is for the highest game score in tenpin bowling, completed while blindfolded.This record must be completed by an individual.This record is to be measured by the highest official score.Tenpin bowling is a sport where the objective is to knock as many pins over as possible by rolling a heavy ball toward them. A standard game consists of 10 frames, frames one through to nine involve up to two rolls of the ball, with the tenth frame involving up to three.
2909Largest door lockThis record is for the largest door lock, based on its longest dimension.This record is measured in metres, with the equivalent measurement given in imperial units.This record is to be attempted by an individual or team of unlimited size.For the purposes of the record, a door lock is defined as a locking mechanism typically installed into a door. This includes but is not limited to: mortice locks, rim locks, and barrel locks.
2910Longest ramp jump by motorhomeThis record is for the longest ramp jump in a motorhome.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in metres and cm, with the equivalent imperial measurement in feet and inches also provided.For the purposes of this record a motorhome is a self-propelled recreational vehicle (RV) in which the engine and living area are permanently part of the same construction. Caravans towed by cars are not eligible for this record.

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