Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List


IDRecordWhoWhatWhereWhenExplain
2941Fastest mile joggling with five objects - menMatthew Feldman6/33.7 minute(s), second(s)United States, Gainesville, FL27 July 2012The fastest mile joggling with five objects by a male is 6 min 33.7 sec, achieved by Matthew Feldman (USA) at Rice University Soccer Stadium in Houston, Texas, USA, on 27 July 2012.
2942Fastest mile joggling with three objects - womenEmily Beaver5/58.17 minute(s), second(s)United States, DiamondThe fastest mile joggling with three objects by a female is 5 min 58.17 sec, achieved by Emily Beaver (USA) at the Missouri State University Track in Springfield, Missouri, USA, on 15 May 2013.
2943Fastest average time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's CubeSebastian WeyerGermany, Frankfurt09 December 2012The fastest average time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube is 28.15 sec and was set by Sebastian Weyer (Germany) at the Frankfurt Cube Days 2014, held in Frankfurt, Germany, on 18–19 January 2014.
2944Largest building by capacityAbraj Al Bait Towers1575815 square metre(s)Saudi Arabia, Mecca01 January 2012The Abraj Al Bait Towers complex in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, is designed to house 65,000 people. The largest of the towers, the 120-floor Hotel Tower, is 601 m (1,972 ft) tall and has a floor space (Gross Floor Area, GFA) of 310,638 m² (3,343,680 ft²). The entire development has a GFA of 1,575,815 m² (16,961,931 ft²) – the largest for a non-industrial endowment – and has the largest capacity for human habitation, comprising primarily of residences and hotel rooms.
2945Longest bony fishOarfish (Regalecus glesne)Not Applicable31 December 1885The longest of the bony or "true" fishes (Pisces) is the oarfish (Regalecus glesne), also called the "King of the Herrings", which has a worldwide distribution. In c.1885, a 7.6-m-long (25-ft) example weighing 272 kg (600 lb) was caught by fishermen off Pemaquid Point in Maine, USA. Another oarfish, seen swimming off Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA, by a team of scientists from the Sandy Hook Marine Laboratory on 18 July 1963, was estimated to measure 15.2 m (50 ft) in length.The specimen pictured here was found dead in the water off Toyon Bay, California, USA, on 13 Oct 2013 by staff of the Catalina Island Marine Institute it measured 5.5 m (18 ft) long.Bony fish (Osteichthyes) are distinct from cartilaginous fish (such as sharks and rays) and account for c.28,000 species across 435 families – the largest class of vertebrate animals. They have bone skeletons, unlike Chondrichthyes, which have cartilage.Main image via Catalina Island Marine Institute
2946Longest videogame marathon on a Call of Duty gameOkan Kaya135/15/10 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, 19 November 2012The longest videogame marathon on a Call of Duty game lasted 135 hours 15 minutes 10 seconds and was achieved by Okan Kaya (Australia), who played Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Treyarch, 2012) at 4Cabling Pty Ltd. in Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia, on 13–19 November 2012.
2947Greatest distance on a windsurfer (flat water) in 24 hoursDennis KlaaijsenNetherlands, Zonnemaire24 June 2013The greatest distance windsurfed on flat water in 24 hours is 613.8 km (331.43 nautical miles 381.4 miles) and was achieved by Dennis Klaaijsen (Netherlands) at Grevelingenmeer, Zonnemaire, Netherlands on 23-24 June 2013.
2948Fastest time to solve a 5x5x5 Rubik's Cube blindfoldedMarcell Endrey6/6.41 minute(s), second(s)United States, Las Vegas28 July 2013At the World Rubik's Cube Championship 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, Marcell Endrey (Hungary) solved a 5x5x5 Rubik's Cube while blindfolded in 6 min 6.41 sec. The 2013 event took place from 26–28 July.
2949Fastest time to solve a 2x2x2 Rubik's CubeChristian KasererItaly, Rovereto13 November 2011Just 0.69 seconds was all it took for Christian Kaserer (Italy) to solve a 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube. His speedy handiwork took place at the Trentin Open 2011 on 12–13 November 2011 in Rovereto, Italy.
2950Tallest unicycle ride (guide)Sem AbrahamsUnited States, Pontiac29 January 2004Sem Abrahams (USA) rode a 35 m (114.8 ft) tall unicycle for a distance of 8.5 m (28 ft) at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan, USA, on 29 January 2004.
2951Longest Tyrolean traverseSTISKALITI climbing wall teamBulgaria, Govedartzi19 September 2008The longest Tyrolean traverse measures 1,550 metres (5,085 ft 3 in) across the Malyovitsa and Orlovets peaks in Bulgaria. It was erected by the STISKALITI climbing wall team and crossed by Daniel Stefanov (Bulgaria) in 5 hr 34 min on 19 September 2008.
2952First female in spaceValentina Tereshkovafirst, low Earth orbit16 June 1963The first woman to orbit the Earth was Junior Lt Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova (b. 6 Mar 1937, USSR). She was launched in Vostok 6 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan at 9:30a.m. GMT on 16 Jun 1963. Vostok 6 landed at 8:20a.m. on 19 June, after a flight of 2days 22hr 50min and 48 orbits (1,971,000km 1,225,000miles).It passed momentarily to within 5km 3 miles of Vostok 5. Like Gagarin, Tereshkova ejected, after 2days 22hr 40min and landed six minutes later.Tereshkova was born to a peasant family in the Yaroslavl' region of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Yaroslavl' is now part of Russia.
2953Most runs scored by a player in a first-class match off one over (male)Gary Sobers, Ravishankar Jayadritha ShastrifirstUnited Kingdom, Swansea31 August 1968The first batsman to score 36 runs off a six ball over was Sir Garfield St Aubrun Sobers (Barbados) off Malcolm Andrew Nash (UK) for Nottinghamshire v. Glamorgan at Swansea on 31 Aug 1968. His feat was emulated by Ravishankar Jayadritha Shastri (India) for Bombay v. Baroda at Bombay, India on 10 Jan 1985 off the bowling of Tilak Raj Sharma (India).
2954Most runs scored by a player in a first-class match (male)Brian Charles LaraUnited Kingdom, Edgbaston01 January 1994Brian Charles Lara (b. 2 May 1969) scored 501 not out in 7hr 54min for Warwickshire v. Durham at Edgbaston on 3 and 6 Jun 1994. His innings included the most runs in a day (390 on 6 June) and the most runs from strokes worth four or more (308, 62 fours and 10 sixes).
2955Largest collection of bottle openersMarinus Van DoornNetherlands, Veghel,,Marinus Van Doorn home02 November 2011The largest collection of individual bottle openers belongs to Marinus Van Doorn (Netherlands) and consists of 33,492 in Veghel, Netherlands as of 2 November 2011. Marinus Van Doorn started his collection in the early 1970's.
2956Fastest 100 m joggling with five objects - menOwen MorseUSA01 January 1988Owen Morse (US) ran 100m whilst juggling five objects in a time of 13.8 sec in 1988.
2957Tallest minaretGreat Hassan II MosqueMoroccoThe tallest minaret in the world is that of the Great Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Morocco, measuring 200 m (656 ft). The cost of construction of the mosque was 5 billion dirhams (£360 million US$513.5 million). Among minarets of earlier centuries the tallest is the Qutb Minar, south of New Delhi, India, built in 1194 to a height of 72.54 m (238 ft). The mosque can accommodate 25,000 worshipers in its prayer hall, which has a retractable roof and a further 80,000 outside.Pic: Alamy
2958Most theatrical members of a family to appear on stageThe Hurst family24 peopleUnited Kingdom, Henley-on-Thames19 December 2003A total of 24 direct members of the Hurst family, headed by Mike and Marjorie (both UK) performed at the Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, UK in a production of Puss In Boots from 19-20 December 2003. The performers, whose ages ranged from 63 to 1, included their six children Timothy, Alexis, Muffin, Bryony, Jonas and Adam, their spouses Lynsey, Nathan, Ben and Ruth and their grandchildren Ben, Ellie, Aisling, Cassian, Liberty, Flavia, Emerald, Tabitha, Antigone, Polyanna, Madeleine and Amelie (all UK).Mike Hurst (b. Pickworth) performed in the Springfields (see British Hits Singles) and was the producer for Manfred Mann's hit 'Mighty Quinn' and Showaddywaddy's 'Under The Moon of Love'.
2959Largest lamingtonToowoomba Chamber of Commerce , Quality DessertsAustralia, Toowoomba11 June 2011The largest lamington weighed 2,361 kg (5205 lb) and was made by Quality Desserts and the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce at Newtown Rugby Club, Toowoomba, Australia, on 11 June 2011.The colossal confectionery beat the previous record holder by a nail-biting 1kg (2.2 lbs)!
2960Most trees planted in 24 hours (team)The Sindh Forest DepartmentPakistan, Kharochan, Thatta, Sindh Province22 June 2013The most trees planted in 24 hours by a team of 300 is 847,275 and was achieved by the Sindh Forest Department at Kharochan, District Thatta, Pakistan, on June 22 2013.
2961Spinning top - durationAshrita Furman7/1/14 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)United States, Brooklyn18 November 2006Ashrita Furman (USA) spun a spinning top for 7 hr 1 min 14 sec, before its rim made contact with the ground at The Madd Fun Arcade, Brooklyn, New York, USA, on 18 November 2006.A Korean wooden top was used.
2962Largest mammal to build a nestGorilla gorillaRwanda, Africa01 January 2004The largest mammal to construct a nest is the gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) of Africa, where adult males measure between 1.7-1.8 m (5 ft 6 in - 6 ft) tall and weigh 136-227 kg (300-500 lb). Everyday, the gorillas each create a new ground nest from the surrounding vegetation. The nests are circular and typically measure 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in diameter.Some of the lighter members of the gorilla troop actually build the nests up in the trees where branches fork. Each gorilla makes his or her own separate one, although infant gorillas share with their mothers. Often gorillas make a nest during the day for resting in, which will be different from the one they sleep in at night. Each nest is only used once. The largest subspecies is the mountain gorilla (Gorilla gorilla beringei) of Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda, of which the males are known as 'silverbacks'.Pic: Alamy
2963Oldest professional chorus lineTivoli LoveliesAustralia, Melbourne12 October 2004The combined age of the 10 dancers from the touring chorus line of The Tivoli Lovelies (Australia), based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is 746 years 147 days as of 12 October 2004. Lila Wells (nee Ross b. 15 December 1931) 72 years 302 daysElizabeth Arnold (nee Saffin b. 27 Janaury 1932) - 72 years 259 daysIrene Stichling (nee Simpson b. 3 February 1927) 77 years 252 days Betty Foot (nee Norman b. 16 March 1929) 75 years 210 days Pat Wallace (b. 26 August 1928) 76 years 47 days Veronica Walker (nee Russell 18 June 1927) 77 years 116 days Joy ellen Donnellan (nee Ward b. 2 March 1927) 77 years 224 daysVicki Charleston (nee Battle b. 27 November 1933 ) 70 years 320 daysJune Bence (b. 20 June 1929) 75 years 114 daysRobin Collins (nee MacDonald b. 6 June 1934) 70 years 128 days
2964Longest chain of ring pulls / tabsUnknown40.25 metre(s), A 40.25km 30mile long chain made between Feb and May 1990 and shown on ITV's Telethon '90 programme, consisted of 2,067,692 ring pulls and weighed 3/4 of a ton.
2965Fastest marathon running backwards (male)Xu Zhenjun3/43/39 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing17 October 2004
2966Largest parade of Honda motorcyclesNaysha RacingPeru, Pucallpa15 July 2012The largest parade of Honda motorcycles is 1,180 motorcycles and was achieved by Naysha Racing (Peru) in Pucallpa, Peru, on 15 July 2012.The event was an open invitation to members of the public who own Honda motorcycles and the majority of the participants were from the city of Pucallpa although fans came from all over the Amazonian region and even the capital, Lima, to participate. The route went from the Plaza de Armas in the centre and ended over 5 km later at the "Aliardo Soria" Football Stadium.
2967Grape spitting, farthest distanceAnders RasmussenNorway, Myra04 September 2004The oldest competitive female bodybuilder is Ernestine Shepherd (USA, b. 16 June 1936). The record was confirmed on the set of Lo Show dei Record in R
2968Largest game of leapfrogCanterbury A&P Show1348 participantsNew Zealand, Christchurch11 November 2010The largest game of leapfrog involved 1,348 participants in an event organized at the Canterbury A&P Show (New Zealand) in Christchurch, New Zealand, on November 11, 2010. All participants were school children and the game lasted for 9 continuous minutes.Chris Sheedy adjudicated.
2969Fastest coal bag carrying (female)Viki GibsonUnited Kingdom, Gawthorpe28 March 2005Viki Gibson (UK) holds the women's record for the annual Coal Carrying Championship race at Gawthorpe, West Yorkshire, UK, carrying a 20kg (44lb) bag over the 1012.5 m (1107.2 yd) course in 4 mins 48 secs on 28 March 2005.
2970Fastest sandwich made using feetRob Williams1/57 minute(s), second(s)United States, Los Angeles10 November 2000Using just his feet, Rob Williams of Austin, Texas, USA, made a Bologna, cheese and lettuce sandwich, complete with olives on cocktail sticks, in 1 min 57 sec at the set of Guinness World Records: Primetime on 10 November 2000.The sandwich consisted of two slices of bread (which are taken out of the loaf packet in the time), Oscar Meyer Bologna (complete with rind, which he removed in the time), slices of square processed cheese (plastic removed during the time), lettuce, sliced tomatoes, mustard, mayonnaise and sliced pickles. The round is then cut in half and presented on the plate.

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