Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

12241Most pull ups in 12 hours (female)Eva Clarke2,740 repetitionsUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi11 March 2016The most pull ups in 12 hours (female) is 2,740 and was achieved by Eva Clarke (Australia) at Al Wahda Mall in Abu Dhabi, UAE between 10-11 March 2016. The attempt raised funds for Task Brazil charity.
12242Most pull ups in 24 hours (female)Eva Clarke3,737 repetitionsUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi01 January 1900The most pull ups in 24 hours (female) is 3,737 and was achieved by Eva Clarke (Australia) at Al Wahda Mall in Abu Dhabi, UAE on 10 March 2016. The attempt raised funds for Task Brazil charity.
12243Classics: Most cans hit in one minute with a slingshotEach week here on, we’ll be dipping into our extensive video library to bring you a classic piece of record-breaking action.
12244Most varieties of canned food commercially availableThis record is for the greatest number of different varieties of canned food available for purchase in one licensed or registered premise.This record is to be attempted by an individual or the owner(s) of the premiseFor the purpose of this record, canned food is defined as cans that contain edible food intended for human consumption. Food cans that are past their expiration date, pet food cans, etc. are not allowed to be used in this record attempt.
12245Fastest marathon four legged (male)This record is for the fastest time to complete a marathon distance course for three connected runners joined at the ankle.Marathon distance is 42.195 km (26 miles 385 yards).This is to be attempted by three males.Measurement value: time - in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.For the purposes of the record, four legged is achieved by having each runner connected to the adjacent runner(s) and using "four legs" to propel themselves forward.
12246Fastest marathon five legged (female)This record is for the fastest time to complete a marathon distance course for four connected runners. Marathon distance is 42.195 km (26 miles 385 yards).This is to be attempted by four females.Measurement value: time - in hours, minutes and seconds to the nearest 100th of a second.For the purposes of the record, five legged is achieved by having each runner connected to the adjacent runner(s) and using "five legs" to propel themselves forward.
12247Most basketball spider dribbles in one minuteThis record is for the most basketball spider dribbles in one minute.It is to be attempted by an individual.It is measured by the number of successful basketball spider dribbles performed in the one minute time frame.For the purpose of this record one basketball spider dribble is two bounces in front of the body with alternating hands before performing two bounces with the hands behind the body. The ball must remain between the legs.
12248Longest bicycle wheelie journeyKurt OsburnUnited States25 June 1999The longest bicycle wheelie journey was 4,569 km (2,839.6 miles), by Kurt Osburn of Fullerton, California, who travelled from the Guinness World of Records Museum in Hollywood, California, to the Guinness World of Records Museum in Orlando, Florida, USA, between 13 April and 25 June 1999.
12249Longest rubber band chain - teamSchool Children from Gettysburg Elementary School30.5 kilometre(s)United States, Clovis01 January 1994The world's longest rubber band chain was assembled by school children from Gettysburg Elementary School in Clovis, California, USA and measured 30.5 km (19 miles) long.The schoolchildren tied thousands of bands together, then painstakingly measured them with the help of their teacher, Mr Jeff Ogas.
12250Longest videogame marathon on an NHL gameJames Evans, Bruce Ashton24/2 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Canada, Toronto, Ontario31 July 2011The longest videogames marathon playing an ice hockey game lasted 24 hours 2 minutes and was achieved by James Evans and Bruce Ashton (both Canada), who played NHL 2010 (EA, 2009) in Orillia, Canada, from 30-31 July 2011.
12251First solo circumnavigation of the globe using human powerErden ErucUnited States, Bodega Bay21 July 2012The first man to circumnavigate the globe solo using human power is Erden Eruc (Turkey). He did it by rowing, kayaking, hiking and cycling, from pier to pier in Bodega Bay, California, USA. The journey lasted 5 years 11 days 12 hrs 22 min, between 10 July 2007 and 21 July 2012 and included cycling three continents – North America, Australia and Africa and rowing three oceans – Pacific, Indian and Atlantic.“The challenge was keeping myself mentally acute, managing discomfort. I’m not trying to conquer nature I’m trying to be in harmony with it. I’m trying to become the sea,” said Erden.
12252Most eggs balanced on needles in one minuteCui JunguoChina, Beijing19 August 2011The most eggs balanced simultaneously in one minute is 3 and was achieved by Cui Juguo (China) on the set of CCTV Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 19 August 2011.
12253Most hula hoop rotations while standing on one leg in one minuteMridula ShankerUnited States, Ann Arbor16 January 2012The most hula hoop rotations while standing on one leg in one minute is 215, achieved by Mridula Shanker (India), in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on 16 January 2012.
12254Fastest to cycle around Australia - individualReid Anderton37/1/18 day(s), hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Australia, Brisbane to Brisbane15 April 2013The fastest time to cycle around Australia is 37 days, 1 hour and 18 minutes and was achieved by Reid Anderton (Australia) who cycled 14,178 km (8,809.78 miles) from 10 March to 15 April 2013.
12255Longest snake, stuffed toyHastings Community House1768.8 metre(s)Australia, Hastings Victoria22 March 2013The longest stuffed snake measured 1,768.8 m (5,803 ft 1.66 in), and was achieved by Hastings Community House (Australia), in Hastings, Victoria, Australia, on 22 March 2013.This project involved many local senior citizens, who over 20 months knitted and crafted the snake, with the help of the local community.
12256Fastest time to carve one pumpkinStephen ClarkeUnited States, New York31 October 2013The fastest time to carve a pumpkin is 16.47 seconds achieved by Stephen Clarke (USA) on PIX11 Morning News in New York, New York, USA, on 31 October 2013.The jack-o'-lantern is required to have a complete face, including eyes, nose, mouth and ears.
12257Longest dirt to dirt motorcycle ramp jumpAlex Harvill90.69 metre(s)United States, West Richland06 July 2013The longest dirt to dirt motorcycle ramp jump is 90.69 m (297 ft 6.6 in) and was achieved by Alex Harvill (USA) at the Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex in West Richland, Washington, USA on 6 July 2013.
12258Heaviest deadlift with the little fingerSuren Aghabekyan110 kilogram(s)Armenia, Yerevan23 March 2013The heaviest deadlift with the little finger is 110 kg (242 lb 5 oz) achieved by Suren Aghabekyan (Armenia) in the gym of Malatia-Sebastia community Sport School, Yerevan, Amenia, on 23 March 2013.
12259Largest flag drapedMoquim Al Hajiri101978 square metre(s)Qatar, Doha16 December 2013The largest flag draped measured 101,978 m² (1,097,682 ft²) and was achieved by Moquim Al Hajiri (Qatar) of Brooq Magazine (Qatar), in Doha, Qatar, on 16 December 2013.The dimensions of the flag are: 509.97 x 199.97 m (1,673 ft 1.5 in x 656 ft 0.83 in).
12260Most rounds of golf played in different countries in 24 hoursKasper De Wulf, Alexander HautekietBelgium25 June 2013The most rounds of golf played in different countries in 24 hours is 8 and was achieved by Kasper De Wulf and Alexander Hautekiet (both Belgium), between 24-25 June 2013.The pairing began their first round at the Tarvisio Golf & Country Club in Italy at 2.30 am on 24 June 2013. They then proceeded to play a full 18-hole round of golf on courses in Slovenia, Austria, Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, before completing their eighth and final round at 1.01am on 25 June 2013 at the Damme Golf & Country Club in Belgium.Kasper won the stroke play match across all eight courses, shooting a total score of 727, compared to Alexander's 733. However, it was Alexander who shot the low round of the day, with a round of 80 at the second course they played, the Bled Golf & Country Club in Slovenia.
12261Longest marathon playing tennis, doublesSipke de Hoop, Wichard Heidekamp, Andre Poel, Rob Hamersma57/32/27 hour(s), minute(s), second(s)Netherlands, Zuidlaren18 August 2013The longest marathon playing tennis doubles is 57 hr 32 min 27 sec, achieved by Sipke de Hoop, Wichard Heidekamp, Andre Poel, Rob Hamersma (all Netherlands) at the Zuidlaarder Tennis Club, Zuidlaren, Netherlands, on 16-18 August 2013.The group of four was able to play 46 matches, consisting of 112 sets and 975 games.
12262Largest wooden spoonCentrul Cultural MioveniRomania, Mioveni07 June 2013The largest wooden spoon measured 17.79 m (58 ft 4.39 in) in length and 1.50 m (4 ft 11 in) at its widest point, and was made by Centrul Cultural Mioveni (Romania) in Mioveni, Romania, on 7 June 2013.The spoon is an outsized replica of a traditional Romanian spoon.
12263Longest journey on roller/inline skatesPeter BoegeleinGermany, Hoechberg16 September 1986The longest distance covered on roller skates is 8,596 km (5,341.3 mi) achieved by Peter Bögelein (Germany). Bögelein departed Würzburg, Germany on 1 June 1986 and returned to Würzburg on 16 September 1986.
12264Largest collection of sugar packetsRalf SchröderGermany, Scheeßel-DeepenThe largest collection of sugar packets belongs to Ralf Schröder (Germany) and consists of 14,502 different sugar packets as of 14 May 2013, in Deepen, Niedersachsen, Germany.Ralf Schröder started his collection in 1987. The oldest sugar packet dates back from the 1950's.
12265Fastest crossing of the Atlantic by solar powerMS TûranorFrance, Marigot,,MarigotThe fastest transatlantic crossing made completely under solar power is 22 days 12 hr 32 min by MS TÛRANOR PlanetSolar (Switzerland) and its crew of six from Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain to Marigot, Saint Martin, from 26 April to 18 May 2013.The MS TÛRANOR PlanetSolar previously held this record with a time of 26 days 19 hr 10 min.
12266Tallest rideable bicycleRichie Trimble6.15 metre(s)United States, Los Angeles26 December 2013The tallest rideable bicycle is "Stoopidtaller" which measures 6.15 m (20 ft 2.5 in) and was built by Richie Trimble (USA) and measured in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 26 December 2013.
12267Longest duration juggling three objectsDavid Slick12 hr 5 min hour(s), minute(s)United States, North Richland Hills, Texas22 July 2009The longest duration juggling three objects is 12 hours and 5 minutes, achieved by David Slick (USA) at North Richland Hills Public Library, Texas, USA, on 22 July 2009.During his attempt David Slick listened to his MP3 player. He occasionally sat but mostly stood.
12268Fastest one mile carrying 40 lb packLee Riley5/16.9 minute(s), second(s)United Kingdom, Crewe12 November 2011The fastest time to run one mile carrying a 40 lb pack is 5 minutes and 16.9 seconds, achieved by Lee Riley (UK) at Cumberland Sports Ground in Crewe, Cheshire, UK on 12 November 2011.Lee ran 1609.344 m carrying a weight of 18.1 kg.
12269Largest human logo / imageRealizar Eventos Especiais34309 participantsPortugal, Lisbon24 July 1999On 24 July 1999, a total of 34,309 people organized by Realizar Eventos Especias, gathered at the National Stadium of Jamor, Lisbon, Portugal, to create the Portuguese logo for Euro2004, as part of the successful Portuguese bid to UEFA to hold the European football championships in 2004The kicking leg of the player in the logo was composed of 651 gymnasts wearing black and white capes, which when swapped over, created the illusion of the player kicking the ball. Once the ball was kicked, it released 10,000 red and green helium balloons - the colours of the Portuguese flag. As part of the bid, the crowd shouted 'Portugal we love football' and sang the national anthem.
12270Longest thread of hand-spun woolErnest JensenAustralia, Bothwell28 February 2003The longest thread of hand spun wool measured 1,210.92 m (3,972 ft 9 in) and was spun by Ernest Jensen of Buderim, Queensland, Australia at the Bothwell International Highland Spin-In, Bothwell, Tasmania, Australia on 28 February 2003.

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