Strangest Guinness World Records

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Every year, there are a lot of people set the world record by special abitities. However, do all of us have any information about the strangest Guiness World Records including the oldest table tennis player, the most people dancing, the world’s stretchiest skin and so on? Let’s discover this list we compiled.

 

Oldest table tennis player

Despite being 97 years old, Dorothy de low is still a very active tennis player. She is deserved to be named in Guinness World Records with the title of the oldest living tennis athletes in the world. Ms. Dorothy de low was the representative of Australia in the XIV World veterans Table Tennis Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 25, 2008. And on October 15, 2009 she took part in table tennis practice in the World Masters Games at Sydney Olympic Park.

 

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Dorothy de low is the oldest table tennis player around the world

 

The 400-Square-Foot Key Card Hotel

In 1992, at the age of 17, Bryan Berg set Guinness World Record by building the tallest house of key cards with a tower fourteen feet, six inches tall. In 2004, 34-year-old Bryan continued to broke his own record for a 400-square-foot Key Card Hotel with over 200,000 Holiday Inn key cards at the South Street Seaport.

 

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Bryan Berg broke his own record for the 400-square-foot key card hotel in 2004

 

Most People Dancing to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’

The King of Pop's fans always pay tribute for their idol by the most impressive ways. On 29 August 2009, thousands teamed with Hector Jackson performed fiery dances in Mexico City. This event was regarded as a world record for the most people dancing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”: specific statistics were around 13,597 people.

 

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On 29 August 2009, Michael Jackson’s fans set a world record for the most people dancing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

 

World’s Stretchiest Skin

Gary Turner can stretch skin of his stomach to a distended length of 15.8 cm (6.25 inch) in different directions. On 28 October 1999, Garry set world records when dragging bellies 15.8 cm long and has become the world’s stretchiest skin. After that, doctors discovered that Garry had a rare disorder of the connective cells.

 

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Gary Turner holds the honor of the world’s stretchiest skin

 

Most Married Woman


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At the age of 68, Ms. Linda Wolfe, an American woman has 23 times of tying the knot. She is currently looking for Mr. 24 because of her addicttion to the romance of marrying. She was named the most married woman in the world

 

Largest Smurf Collection


Steven Parkes, a British man began collecting Smurfs toys as a child. Until Jan 28, 2010 Parkes’ collection reached to total 1,061 pieces of smurfs including Christmas Smurfs, Easter Smurfs and Smurfs with historical figures

Steven Parkes, a British man began collecting Smurfs toys as a child. Until Jan 28, 2010 Parkes’ collection reached to total 1,061 pieces of smurfs including Christmas Smurfs, Easter Smurfs and Smurfs with historical figures

 

Largest Display of Star Wars clone troopers


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It is interesting to know that 35,310 soldiers in the movie Star Wars were entirely created by interlocking plastic bricks on June 27, 2008. This display of the LEGO company is a extremely great gift for the Star Wars fans

 

Strangest Guinness World Records: Most People Dancing to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’

 

Related links:

New World Records in Guinness Book 2011

Guinness World Record: Akshat Saxena Has The Most Fingers And Toes

Top 10 Most Shocking Records

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This article was published on 2011/07/31
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