Continuing our month-by-month look back over the past year of fantastic record-breaking feats, in November we celebrated Guinness World Records day, which saw loads of incredible records attempted all over the globe. We also witnessed two new Rubik's Cube records and an Aussie get Christmassy early with a huge display of lights...

At the beginning of the month, Hamburg rallied support for its bid to host the Summer Olympic Games in 2024 with a record for the Largest human image of the Olympic rings.
The event was organised by model railway attraction Miniatur Wunderland (Germany) and a remarkable 6,211 participants joined the successful attempt, significantly raising the previous total of 5,963.
Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) celebrated the global release of his biographical movie “Ronaldo” with an exciting record attempt and Guinness World Records adjudicator Mark McKinley presented him with honorary certificates for the various impressive titles he has notched up over his career.
We celebrated another high profile celeb in November when James Bond actor Daniel Craig was awarded with a certificate for latest Bond adventure “Spectre” which features the Largest film stunt explosion ever as part of a pivotal scene in the spy thriller.
Taking place in Erfoud, Morocco, the blast had a total yield of 68.47 tonnes of TNT equivalent and was the result of detonating 8,418 litres of kerosene with 33 kg of powder explosives.
12 November was one of the most exiting days for record-breaking of the whole year, and thousands of people from all over the world celebrated Guinness World Records Day 2015 by attempting some truly amazing and awe-inspiring feats.
The day was kicked off with an incredible attempt from multiple record holder and stunt drive specialist Alastair Moffatt (UK), who earned a record for the Tightest parallel parking in reverse after squeezing a classic Mini Cooper into a space just 34 cm bigger than the vehicle itself.
In Japan, Kenichi Ito reclaimed his title for the Fastest 100 m running on all fours, with an astonishing time of 15.71 seconds.
Arguably the most talked about story of that day came from a skate boarding bulldog. In Lima, Peru, Otto glided into the record books with a triumphant attempt at the Longest human tunnel travelled through by a skateboarding dog, passing through the legs of 30 humans.
The following day NBC’s resident weather anchor arrived back in New York City after his gruelling attempt at the Guinness World Records title for the Fastest time to report a weather forecast from all 50 US states.
Dubbed the “Rokerthon 2”, Al made his first report for the attempt in Hawaii on 6 November live on NBC’s TODAY show before going on to travel around the country delivering weather news in each state.
Lucas Etter, a 14-year-old from Kentucky, US, set a new world record for the Fastest time to solve a Rubik’s cube, becoming the first person ever to break the five second barrier for cracking a standard 3x3x3 puzzle.
We also confirmed that an extraordinary machine built by student Zackary Gromko (USA) set an all-new Guinness World Records title for the Fastest robot to solve a Rubik’s cube in a mind-boggling 2.39 seconds.
With November drawing to a close, the planet began to get all Christmassy, and no less than David Richard (Australia) – known locally in Canberra as “Christmas Lights Man” – who orchestrated the world’s Largest display of Christmas lights on an artificial tree.
The display was officially switched on in the presence of jolly locals and an official Guinness World Records adjudicator who was on hand to confirm the new record.

Watch the full 2015 video round up in the player below