May 2016 had a particular number of extraordinary records, showcasing several remarkable titles that get broken on rare occasions.
In one month we saw a marathon in space, the oldest monarch turn 90, a journey by hoverboard, hundreds of dancing robots and a speed-eating contest.
Guinness World Records adjudicator Mark McKinley returned to Sky 1’s sports comedy panel show A League of Their Own tonight for a record-breaking Christmas Special episode.
The month that brings us global celebrations like Easter and International Women’s Day proved to be an exceptional month for record-breaking.
Back in June 2013, German gamer “Kynos” – seen here toting the Buster Sword as mercenary Cloud Strife – completed a segmented run of Square’s 1997 RPG classic Final Fantasy VII in just 6 hr 44 min 49 sec.
The month that brought us the Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day saw a host of news-worthy records get broken.
The Guinness World Records 2017 book contains an exclusive foreword by lunar explorer and space scientist Dr Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin Jr, who in 1969 played a central role in the First manned landing on the moon.
One-hundred-and-fifty-five Santas safely landed in Australia on Sunday during an official Guinness World Records title attempt for the Most tandem parachute jumps in eight hours.
Wendy Suen was given a snow globe by her husband for Christmas in 2000. Since then she has gone on to accumulate the largest collection of snow globes in the world.
A month-by-month look back over the most impressive, exciting and game-changing accomplishments that have happened in 2016.
They’re best know for their soccer skills and FIFA gaming clips, but last week UK YouTube stars AJ3 (Andy Castell) and Charlie Morley filmed two videos with a difference as they took on two Guinness World Records title challenges.
Al Jazirah Vehicles Agencies and Al Jazirah Ford Racing drifted into the record books in a cloud of pink smoke as part of a campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer in Saudi Arabia.
In this week’s episode we see martial arts expert Lisa Dennis from the UK set a new record for the most roof tiles broken in one minute (female).
For the first time ever, Guinness World Records will partner with the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon for their 2017 race, offering runners the chance to make their mark in history.
The generous non-profit and charitable organization, Fundacion Teleton, has come together with many participants to achieve the record for Largest hug relay.
At the Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, FL (USA) Guinness World Records adjudicator Carlos Martinez was on site at the 54th World Boxing Council Convention to honor some of the attendees with their record-breaking achievements in the boxing world.
National Geographic has uncovered some game-changing new evidence about a record first recognised by Guinness World Records in 1968: Most fatalities in a crocodile attack.
Get ready to pucker up! Six Flags theme parks just set the record for Most couples kissing under the mistletoe (multiple venues).
In this week’s episode, record-breaking competitive eaters Takeru Kobayashi from Japan and Vittorio Noschese from Italy battle it out for the most hamburgers eaten in three minutes record.
Get ready to say “ahhhh!” Bernd Schmidt (Germany) has left a breadth of expectations for anyone trying to attempt the Largest gape.