The World Record of ‘most number of bikes jumped in a minute while skating’ has been achieved by Mr. Imran Khan from Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. On March 09, 2014;
Mr. Khan had jumped Ten (10) bikes in a minute while skating during an event at Fatah Sagar, Udaipur.
The World Record of ‘largest hand paddle’ has been achieved by Mark Teasdale from Rocky Mountains, Golden BC, Canada.
The largest hand paddle is based on an actual paddle, this proportionally correct monolith measures 18.573 m (60.9 feet) x 2.8 m (9.2 feet) and have weight of 2404 kg (5300 lbs). It has been nestled below the towering Canadian Rocky Mountains of the surrounding Columbia River near Golden BC.
The World Record of ‘fastest free-hand world map drawing’ has been achieved by Wang Boming from Sha’anxi, China.
Middle school geography teacher, Mr. Boming, is the world’s fastest free-hand map drawers. He sketched incredibly accurate maps of the world by memory in four minutes.
The World Record of the ‘longest line of toy cars’ has been achieved by Gemeinde Herzebrock-Clarholz from Herzebrocks-Clarholz, Germany.
The record was successfully attempted on September 6, 2013. The total number of toy cars used to create the record was Nine Thousand Two Hundred Thirty Five (9,235) and the length of the line was 723.6 meters (2,374 feet). The miniature cars used to create the record were of various styles and colors including racing cars, passenger cars, Lorries, trucks and S.U.Vs.
The World Record of ‘longest *Sanjha art open gallery’ has been achieved by Lok Sanskriti Manch (LSM) from Indore, MP, India.
On September 21, 2014; LSM headed by Mr. Shankar Lalwani organized an event in which hundreds of participants created colorful Sanjha art on the wall of GDC Indore. Length of the longest Sanjha art open gallery has been measured to be 310 meters (1017.06 feet). Event was coordinated by Mr. Pawan Sharma.
Sanjha* is traditional wall art of Malwa region of India.
The World Record of ‘youngest to receive noble prize’ has been achieved by Ms. Malala Yousafzai (17 years) from Mingora, Pakistan.
Ms. Malala Yousafzai is the youngest-ever Noble Prize recipient. Ms. Malala is winner of Noble Prize for Peace for the year 2014. Malala is social activist and is known mainly for female education.
The World Record of ‘most expensive penthouse’ has been achieved by Sky Penthouse from Monaco.
The Odeon Tower’s Sky Penthouse is sold for more than any other apartment in the world has ever sold before.
The World Record of ‘first band to all use 3D printed instruments’ has been achieved by Malmo Academy of Music from Malmo, Sweden.
Student’s band from Malmo Academy of Music, Lund University are has made first band to all use 3D printed instruments. The guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and drums were built by professor of product development Mr. Olaf Diegel.
The World Record of ‘largest knitting needles’ has been achieved by Ms. Jim Bolin from Casey, Illinois, USA .
On May 20, 2013; Jim Bolin, Vice President of Bolin Enterprises Inc., designed a pair of giant wooden knitting needles and a crochet hook for The Yarn Studio, Casey. Bolin’s giant wooden knitting needles measured in at 13 feet, 0.75 inches (3.98 m) long and 3.25 inches (8.25 cm) in diameter, setting the world record for the largest knitting needles. Each needle weighed 11.34 kg (25 lb)
The World Record of ‘youngest professional accordion player’ has been achieved by Master Guyland Leday (10 years) from USA.
Maestro Guyland has been entertaining audiences with his fast-moving fingers in live concerts. He has also been featured in HBO’s family documentary ‘The Music in Me’.