LONDON: An octogenarian flying trapeze artist, the owner of the world’s fastest jet-propelled go-kart and a dog named Feather with a flair for jumping are among the record-breaking stars to win a place in the latest edition of Guinness…
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The world’s longest wedding dress has been unveiled in Caudry, a French town on just a few days ago, setting a new Guinness World record. The town, famous for its production of lace, created a wedding dress that has a 8,095.40 m…
LONDON: The world record for the largest samosa was smashed in London on Tuesday by a whopping version of the popular Asian snack weighing in at 153.1 (337.5 pounds) kilogrammes. A dozen volunteers from the Muslim Aid UK charity built…
From the highest dunk of a biscuit into a cup of tea by a bungee jumper to the most magic tricks performed during a skydive, the adventurous and imaginative are marking Guinness World Records Day on Thursday with all sorts of feats.…
LOS ANGELES: Boasting a "bat tracker", a bat sign projector for the nighttime sky, smoke guns and an array of other devices, a Batman costume fitted with 23 gadgets has earned a place in the Guinness World Records book.
ONTARIO: Silvana Shamuon, twenty-three year old martial artist from Canada, has become a new record holder for the most items kicked off people’s heads in one minute after skilfully knocking down 59 footballs with her feet.
ROME: Twenty members of the Comets Cheerleaders managed to squeeze themselves into a tiny vehicle that was only 2.69 metres long to equal a world record.
TOKYO: A 96-year-old Japanese man is potty at the prospect of breaking more records after being recognised as the world's oldest university graduate with his degree in ceramic arts.
GAZA CITY: Mohammed al-Sheikh is only 12 and feels trapped in Gaza but he dreams of a Guinness world record for a series of stunning back flips and his almost unbelievable body contortions.
NEW YORK: The world's oldest living person, 116-year-old Susannah Mushatt Jones, died on Thursday in New York City, a research group said.