Kamis, 17 November 2011

Guinness World Records day - 17th Nov, 2011

Colin Furze rides the worlds fastest mobility scooter, with a top speed of 115.21km per hour, during the annual Guinness World Records Day in London


Paul "Tiny" Sturgess - the world's tallest professional basketball player at 2.31cm (7ft 7.26 inches) currently playing for the Harlem Globetrotters - is measured at Guinness World Records day in Canary Wharf, London


British inventor Edd China rides the world's fastest toilet - with a top speed of 68km/h - during a race at the seventh annual Guinness World Records Day in London


People attempt to set a new world record for the most people in a pair of underpants at Guinness World Records day in Canary Wharf, London


Stuntman Denni Duesterhoeft attempts to break the current Guinness world record as a 'human torch' in Hamburg, Germany. He ran for a distance of 120 metres, covered in flames.


People stand on the world's largest and longest 3D anamorphic street painting, which is 60.46 metres long with a surface area of 892 metres square, by British artist Joe Hill in Canary Wharf, London


Mirco Della Vecchia - an internationally recognised chocolate master and already record holder for the largest chocolate sculpture and the tallest ice cream - has set a new record by making a 15.09 m long and 2.03 m wide chocolate bar


Stuntman Joe Alexander catches an arrow blindfolded in Hamburg. He caught four arrows in two minutes


Ahmed Tafzi in action opening as many bottle caps as he can, with the help of his head, in Hamburg. He managed to open 24 bottles in one minute.


The largest photo mosaic measuring 1,562.39 square metres and containing 137,200 individual photographs was achieved by Smile-one Taichi Matsumoto in Nagoya, Japan


Largest Hula Hoop workout consisted of 221 students from Longleaf Elementary School in New Port Richey, Florida. The participants danced for 1 minute 44 seconds


Jana Vernunft from Hamburg breaks a wooden board with a weight attachted to her hair in Hamburg. Jana broke a total of 10 boards - a new record



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/uknews/8896151/Guinness-World-Records-day.html

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