Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
2911Most bat boxes built in 24 hours (multiple locations)This record is for the greatest number of bat boxes built and installed in 24 hours across multiple locations. This is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size. The same organisation must manage the plantings at each location - this record is not for multiple organisations.This record is measured in number of bat boxes successfully built and installed. For the purposes of this record a bat box is a dwelling for bats, constructed by humans, and designed to allow comfortable and safe roosting for bats.
2912Greatest distance cycled in one week by elliptical cycleThis record is for the greatest distance cycled by elliptical cycle in one week (7 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 any commercially available elliptical cycle may be used.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.
2913Longest videogame marathon on a Need for Speed gameThis record is for the longest duration playing a Need for Speed licensed game.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured in hour(s), minute(s) and second(s).
2914Largest e-business lesson (single venue)This record is for the greatest number of people attending and participating in an e-business lesson at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people attending and participating in an e-business lesson at a single location.For the purpose of this record an e-business lesson is defined as a lesson in which the methodology and practicality of either operating or using an internet based business is taught.
2915Greatest distance by wheelchair in one hourThis record is for the greatest distance travelled in a wheelchair in one hour. 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 a wheelchair is a chair fitted with wheels for the use of transport where the source of motive power is the rider's arms. Electric wheelchairs are not permitted.
2916Largest parade of Pontiac carsThis record is for the largest number of Pontiac cars in a parade formation over a set course.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team.This record is measured in number of participating vehicles.For the purpose of this record all vehicles in the parade must hold the Pontiac name badge. It is not possible for Guinness World Records to list separate records for every model of Pontiac car ever produced. For this reason records for specific models of car will not be considered.
2917Highest altitude rugby league gameThis record is based on the greatest altitude above sea level at which a full game of rugby league is conducted.This record may be attempted by an organizing body.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, rugby league is a full contact sport played by two teams of thirteen players on a rectangular field, over 80 minutes in total. The main governing body is the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF).
2918Most people performing the Russian Twist simultaneouslyThis record is for the greatest number of people simultaneously performing the Russian Twist exercise simultaneously at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people people simultaneously performing the Russian Twist exercise simultaneously at a single venue.For the purpose of this record the Russian Twist position is defined as the exercise in which the participant is seated on the floor in a hunched position with their back and feet raised and they twist their upper body from side to side.
2919Largest functioning vinyl recordThis record is for the largest functioning vinyl record in terms of physical sizeThis record may be attempted by an individual or a team of unlimited size.This record is measured by the diameter of the vinyl record in centimetres and inches. A vinyl is defined as an analogue sound storage medium in the form of a flat polyvinyl chloride disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. The groove usually starts near the periphery and ends near the centre of the disc.
2920Largest gathering of people dressed as Lord of the Rings charactersThis record is for the greatest number of people dressed as a character from Lord of the Rings at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people in complete costume.For the purpose of this record a Lord of the Ring character is any character who appears in the overall mythical world of Middle Earth as depicted in the works of JRR Tolkien.
2921Most side head stall ball control tricks in one minuteThis record is for the most side head stall ball control tricks performed with a football in one minute.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of side head stalls within the one minute time frame.For the purposes of this record a "side head stall" is defined as a move in which the participant begins with the ball balanced on top of their head. The ball is then rolled and rested on the side of the head.
2922Most times to roll a ball around the head in one minuteThis record is for the most times to roll a ball around the head.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of rotations of the ball around the head in one minute.In order to constitute a full roll around the head the ball must start from the back of the neck, roll over the shoulder, across the chest, over the opposite shoulder and across the back.
2923Largest race of Formula 1 carsThis record is for the greatest number of Formula 1 cars in a race.This record may be attempted by an individual or a team.This record is measured in number of cars.For the purposes of this record, a race of Formula 1 cars is defined as any race in which all the participating cars have previously been entered into at least one Formula 1 Championship race. This record does not include current Formula One Championship races.
2924Largest gathering of Spice Girls impersonatorsThis record is for the greatest number of people dressed as members of spice girls at a single venue.This record is measured by the number of people dressed as members of spice girls at a single location.For the purpose of this record participants must be grouped together as an original five piece group.The spice girls are a UK based pop band popularized by their character traits of Sporty, Scary, Baby, Ginger and Posh.
2925Fastest motorcycle stoppie on iceThis record is for the fastest speed on the front wheel of a motorcycle (the fastest 'stoppie') whilst riding over ice. For the purposes of this record a 'stoppie' is a front-wheel wheelie or 'endo' in which the rear wheel is raised from the ground whilst the motorcycle is in motion. This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is to be measured in kilometres per hour (km/h), with the equivalent given in miles per hour (mph).
2926Largest collection of tooth fairy-related itemsThis record is for the greatest number of tooth fairy-related items in a private, personal collection.This record is to be attempted by an individual.This record is measured by the number of items in the collection that meet our criteria.For the purposes of this record, the tooth fairy is a figure who, according to folklore, takes baby teeth that have fallen out and been placed beneath a pillow and replaces it with money or other gifts while children sleep.
2927Largest gathering of people wearing Asian conical hatsThis record is for the greatest number of people wearing Asian conical hats at a single venue.This record is to be attempted by an unlimited number of people. This record is measured by the number of participants who meet our criteria. For the purposes of this record, Asian conical hat refers to a type of conical hats usually worn in Asia (particularly in South-east Asia). It is kept on the head using a string or cloth attached under the chin.
2928Most expensive cosplay helmet sold at an online auctionThis record is for the most expensive cosplay helmet sold at an online auction.This record is measured by the amount paid by an individual cosplay helmet at an online auction.The record is measured in US$. The original currency must be quoted and the equivalent in UK£ Sterling and Euros must also be provided. All currencies must be converted at the rates published on the day of purchase.For the purpose of this record, a cosplay helmet is defined as a a form of protective gear worn by specific fictional character to protect the head from injuries.
2929Schlitterbahn Water Park teams with Guinness World Records to reveal height of new tallest water slide, VerrücktHigher. Faster. Wetter?That's exactly the idea behind Schlitterbahn Water Park's newest attraction, the exotically named Verrückt.Located in Kansas City, Kansas, USA, the Verrückt is scheduled to open to the public May 23 and when it does, it will do so as the tallest water slide. Officially verified by Guinness World Records prior to its opening, the Verrückt stands at a record-breaking height of 51.38 m (168 ft 7 in).After the initial, nearly vertical drop, riders then zoom up a five-story hill before coming to a stop, presumably with their hearts nearly literally ready to beat out of their chests. Top speeds are expected to hit 65 mph (104.6 km/h).For an even better idea of just how daunting and exciting the Verrückt looks, check out this video produced by Schlitterbahn for a bird's-eye view of the slide.videoRiders will take the slide four to a raft, with everyone strapped in and the slide surrounded by a protective mesh neeting.For those uninitiated in German, verrückt translates as "insane." A fitting adjective for a ride that drops you from a height taller than Niagara Falls and twice as high as Shawn Dollar's record-breaking largest wave surfed.This graphic created by Schlitterbahn helps give a better idea of how the Verrückt stands comparatively.The previous record belonged to Kilimanjaro at Águas Quentes Country Club in Rio de Janeiro. It stood at 49.9 m (163 ft 9 in) and was constructed in 2002. Schlitterbahn also operates four water parks throughout Texas, but none will have a slide to match the Verrückt.Teasing the official height reveal and verification for weeks, Schlitterbahn has racked up nearly 4.3 million YouTube views of the video above, and the measurement verification ceremony was attended by none other the the mayor of Kansas City and the governor of Kansas.The height's reveal drew subsequent national media coverage from Fox News, The Travel Channel, and USA Today. "We wanted our Kansas City park to have an iconic ride all to itself," the Verrückt web site announced. "Just goes to show you, when Schlitterbahn has fun with water, we are always willing to go to record heights!"Has the Verrückt's unveiling inspired you or your group to attempt a record of your own? Make sure to contact the Guinness World Records events management team with your organization's details.
2930Has Google’s Alan Eustace beaten Felix Baumgartner’s skydive record?Google executive Alan Eustace has reportedly broken Felix Baumgartner’s iconic world record for highest freefall parachute jump.The 57-year-old’s attempt took place on Friday in New Mexico, with reports claiming that the search engine giant's senior vice president leapt from a large helium balloon at a height of 41,420m (135 892.3 ft) above the earth.If verified, it would see Eustace, an experienced pilot and parachutist, surpass Austrian Baumgartner’s benchmark for the farthest distance in freefall record of 38,969.4 m (127,852 ft).Although Eustace’s reported freefall speed of 1,300km/h would be slightly slower than Baumgartner’s fastest speed in freefall record of 1,357.6 km/h (843.6 mi/h), he too is said to have exceeded the speed of sound, in turn setting off a small sonic boom.Eustace’s ascent is understood to have taken two hours.Whereas Baumgartner journey to the edge of space took place inside a pressurised capsule, Eustace made his ascent in just a spacesuit connected to his helium ballon.Upon reaching the desired altitude, Eustace severed his connection to the balloon with a small explosive charge and fell to Earth, with his freefall reported to have lasted a total of four minutes and 27 seconds.The record attempt was part of a project led by Paragon Space Development Corporation, which aims to develop a self-contained commercial spacesuit that would allow people to explore some 20 miles above the Earth’s surface.Unlike Baumgartner’s high profile leap from the edge of space in 2012, the live stream of which set a record for most concurrent views for a live event on YouTube with 8million viewers, Eustace’s skydive was a much more low key affair that was kept secret until after the attempt was made.Guinness World Records is currently in discussions with the FAI, the world governing body for air sport , in order to verify if Eustace has indeed beaten Baumgartner’s record. Stay tuned to Guinnessworldrecords.com for confirmation of the verdict.video
2931Longest archery marathon (team)This record is for the longest time a team of archers can continuously shoot arrows into a 40 cm target from 18 metres (19.69 yards). This record is to be attempted by a team of unlimited size.The measurement value is time in days, hours, minutes and seconds.For all regulations in terms of equipment and general archery rules that must be followed, visit www.archery.org - the official website of World Archery.
29322015 in World Records - September: Elizabeth II is longest reigning queen and Jaguar completes largest loop the loopContinuing our month-by-month look back over the past year of fantastic record-breaking feats, in September Britain’s Elizabeth II is recognised as the longest reigning queen while an Australian sheep is given a record-breaking haircut and a Brazilian music festival creates the largest stage rig. In the TV world, "Game of Thrones" sets its second title and Jude Judy becomes longest serving television arbiter…
2933The Mall Athens celebrates 10th anniversary with longest greetings card mosaic world record
2934Video: Google’s mini Street View tech explores record-breaking model village Miniatur WunderlandBuilt by twins Gerrit and Frederik Braun, Miniatur Wunderland is a huge model village that opened in Hamburg, Germany in 2001.
2935Treadmill, fastest time to run 100 miles (female)Edit Berces14/15/8 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Hungary, Budapest09 March 2004The fastest female time to run 100 miles on a treadmill is 14 hr 15 min 8 sec by Edit Berces (Hungary) at the Eurocentre shopping mall, Budapest, Hungary on 8-9 March 2004.
2936Largest lion dance display (single operator)Changhua County3971 peopleChinese Taipei, Changhua03 September 2011The largest single-dancer lion dance display was achieved by 3,971 schoolchildren of Changhua County (Taiwan) at Changhua Stadium, in Changhua, Taiwan, on 3 September 2011.The children, who came from 54 schools across Changhua County, wore Southern lion masks and danced to the rhythm of drums. All were trained for a minimum of 6 months up to 3 years to perform a "Southern Lion Routine", which was developed specifically by the Changhua County Lion and Dragon Dance Campaign Committee for primary school children. The synchronized performance lasted approximately 6 minutes and was overseen by 221 supervisors, one for every 18 children, except for one group of 11 children. All children successfully completed the routine. The event was one of the events leading up to the 2011 Changhua National Games scheduled for October 2011.
2937Longest videogame marathon on a karaoke gameJulian Hill24/21/25 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, London14 April 2012The longest marathon playing a karaoke videogame was 24 hours 21 minutes 25 seconds by Julian Hill (UK), who sang in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK, from 13–14 April 2012.
2938Longest videogame marathon on a card gameLaura Rich , Kathleen Henkel30 hour(s), minute(s)United Kingdom, London27 June 2012The longest videogames marathon playing a card game lasted 30 hours exactly and was achieved by Laura Rich (UK) and Kathleen Henkel (USA), who played Solitaire Blitz (PopCap, 2012) simultaneously in London, UK, and New York, USA, respectively on 26-27 June 2012.
2939Longest distance danced in a conga lineSalford and Stretford Tesco stores staff members5.487 kilometre(s)United Kingdom, Manchester02 December 2012The longest distance danced in conga line is 5.487 km (3.41 miles) and was achieved by 14 members of staff from the Salford and Stretford Tesco stores (UK) at the Manchester United Football Club, Manchester, UK, on 2 December 2012.
2940Most runs scored by a player in a Test match off one over (male)Brian Lara, George BaileySouth Africa, Johannesburg16 December 2013Two batsman have plundered 28 runs off one Test match over: Brian Lara (Trinidad and Tobago), playing for the West Indies against South Africa at New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 14 December 2003, and George Bailey (Australia) against England at the WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association) in Perth, Australia, on 16 December 2013. Lara hit Robin Peterson for 4-6-6-4-4-4 and Bailey punished James Anderson with a scoring sequence of 4-6-2-4-6-6.

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