The fastest average time to solve a 5x5x5 Rubik’s Cube is 1:07.01 min and was set by Feliks Zemdegs (Australia) at the Melbourne Summer 2011, held in Melbourne, Australia, on 29-30 January 2011.
The fastest average time to solve a Rubik’s cube in competition is 7.87 sec and was set by Feliks Zemdegs (Australia) at the Melbourne Summer 2011, held in Melbourne, Australia, on 29-30 January 2011.
The record for the fastest time to run a half marathon wearing a two-person pantomime costume is 2 hr 3 min 20 sec and was achieved by Stephen McAdam and Nathan Saber (both Australia) at the Geelong Cross Country Club Half Marathon in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, on 15 April 2012.
The fastest quarter mile in a hearse is 12.206 seconds and was achieved by Shane Hammond (Australia) on the TDRA Dragway in Tasmania, Australia, on 20 February 2010. The final number is the average of 4 runs.
The fastest journey on foot across Australia was completed by Donnie Maclurcan who ran across the Australian continental mainland from Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia, to Bondi Beach, Sydney, NSW in 67 days, 2 hours and 57 mins from 5 January to 13 March 2002.
The fastest marathon dressed as a cartoon character (female) was 3 hr 28 min 26 sec by Larissa Tichon (Australia) dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants in the Blackmores Sydney Marathon on 19 September 2010.
The fastest marathon dressed as a Mr Potato Head was 3 hr 38 min 20 sec by Andrew McKenzie (Australia) at the Melbourne Marathon in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on 14 October 2012 Andrew ran as part of Team World Vision.
Les Edwards using morse code sent the prescribed 160 character message to Ray Carter. Ray received the message by a morse code receiver and then typed it onto a piece of paper using an old fashioned typewriter in 1 minute and 8 seconds on the set of Guinness World Records at Seven Network Studios, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 27 August 2005.
The fastest national mobile broadband network in the world is Telstra (Australia´s) Next G™ network, which has achieved peak network download speeds of 21 Mbps.
The fastest time to complete a 4 x 100 m (328 ft) sack relay race is 2 min 29.09 sec. The team members were, Andrew Rodaughan, Luke MacFarlane, Patrick Holcolmbe and James Osbourne (all Australia). The record was set at Ivanhoe Grammar School, Mernda, Victoria, Australia on 17 June 2003.