Guinness World Records recently visited Japanese football/soccer freestyler Kosuke Takahashi – aka Ko-Suke – to adjudicate an attempt at the title most “around the world” ball control tricks in one minute.
Appearing on UK television show Good Morning Britain earlier today, 105-year-old Jack Reynolds became the oldest person to ride a non-inversion roller coaster.
Face Team Acrobatic Sports Theatre (Hungary) have made a career out of performing basketball stunts and now the crew can add multiple Guinness World Records titles to their impressive repertoire of achievements.
This year Guinness World Records is proud to announce our first ever Classroom Decorating contest in celebration of our brand new Blockbusters! 2017 edition.
Asianet News Network Pvt. Ltd. of India recently attempted to set a new world record for the largest tree hug, in honour of the United Nations' International Day of Forests.
Thousands of Albanian youngsters have become Guinness World Records title holders after taking part in the world’s largest cup percussion ensemble.
We're marking the release of our all-new BlockBusters! 2017 book with the launch of a hugely addictive retro online game.
While simultaneously chasing her goal to achieve a world record title and promote peace through tourism, Cassie also spoke to over 16,000 students across 40 countries on the importance of facilitating friendship and unity as a global citizen.
For the past two years, legendary TODAY show weatherman Al Roker has celebrated the highly-anticipated Rokerthon with Guinness World Records titles. This year was set to be better than ever, as Al set off on a collegiate quest around the USA with adjudicator Michael Empric in tow.
Multiple record-breaking engineer Colin Furze (UK) was challenged by the producers of BBC’s motoring TV show 'Top Gear' to transform something slow into something extremely fast.
In a series of hysterical attempts, the Lemons (and even their parents!) then try their hand at the challenges featured in the all new Blockbusters! 2017 book.
During the Feast of the Senses Festival in Innisfail, Australia last week, the local community managed to break a Guinness World Records title that had remained unbeaten for 29 years.
The foundation, whose mission is to educate the public not to fear people with epilepsy, seizures or brain trauma, invited registered walkers to partake in the Largest epilepsy training lesson.
This week’s record attempt is not for the faint-hearted as we see Australian entertainer Zoe Ellis (aka Zoe L'Amore) attempt to break her own record for the most electric fan blades stopped using the tongue in one minute.
Zark’s burgers in the Philippines is known locally for its competitive burger eating challenges, but the restaurant decided to step it up a notch during a recent event and invite their best food gobblers to attempt a Guinness World Records title.
After teammate Dele Alli's recent record success, Tottenham Hotspur duo take on Fastest time to complete 50 football passes challenge.
The people of Watari Town in Miyagi, Japan have achieved a new Guinness World Records title for the most people picking strawberries simultaneously.
Duo team up to tackle the records for Longest 50 - 50 rail grind on a skateboard and Most fakie kickflips on a skateboard in one minute.
Mark Sertich is a real miracle on ice, meeting up each week with his buddies from Duluth, Minnesota, USA to hit the rink and play three games of no-holds-barred ice hockey.
We're inviting you to become blockbuster stars and attempt some Guinness World Records challenges at home - can you do better than Officially Amazing's Mr Cherry?