The greatest distance travelled in 24 hours by a team doing cartwheels is 50 km (31 miles) by a team of ten from Beausejour Gymnos (Canada) at the track in Memramcook, New Brunswick, Canada, from 8-9 September 2006. Team members were: Sasha Kennedy, Vanessa Bradley, Emma Cooney, Nathalie Colpitts, Jordan Hope, Veronique Roussel, Tanya McMahon, Kerry McMahon, Jeff Gallant and David LeBlanc
The deepest live radio broadcast was performed underground by CBC Radio Points North (Canada) at the 7,680 ft (2,340 m) level of Creighton Mine, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada on 24 May 2005. Dan Lessard (Canada) hosted the 2 hour show consisting of recorded material as well as live music and interviews from a refuge station deep below the surface.
The record for the farthest building relocation by means of beams and dollies is 1,650 km (1,205 miles) and was achieved by Warkentin Building Movers, Inc. in August 2006. The 1,400 ft² (130.06 m²) house was delivered in perfect shape after 40 hours of driving.
The record for farthest distance on a snowmobile on water is 69.28 km (43.3 miles) and was achieved by Kyle Nelson (CAN) on the Cowan Lake, Canada on 3 September 2005.
The fastest time a dog has unwound a non-electric car window is 11.34 seconds and was achieved by Striker, a border collie owned and trained by Francis V. Gadassi (Hungary). The record was set on 1 September 2004 in Quebéc City, Canada. Striker used his paw and nose to perform the record attempt, and kept checking his progress on the way. The size of the car window is: 72.5 cm (28.5 in) in length and 42 cm (16.5 in) height. The handle is 12 cm Continue reading →
*5:30.24 Germany (Klaus Altena, Christian Dahlke, Mike Kobor, Bernhard Stomporowski, Thomas Melges, Uwe März, Michael Buchheit, Kai von Warburg, Olaf Kaska) Montreal, Canada 1992 *Denotes non-Olympic boat classes.
Ann Keane (Canada) ran across Canada from St John’s, Newfoundland, to Tofino, British Columbia, in 143 days between 17 April and 8 September 2002. She covered a total of 7,831 km (4,866 miles) and ran for all but three of the days.
The fastest cycle across Canada by a relay team of five is 8 days 8 hr 14 min, and was achieved by the Team H2V (Canada) cycling from Halifax (Nova Scotia) to Vancouver (British Columbia) from 14 to 22 September 2007. The members of the team are: Matt Young (ride captain), Kyle Bagnano, Willie Cormack, Richard Alm and Keith Nicoll. They cycled to raise money to cure Juvenil Diabetes Type 1. The team raised almos one million Canadian dollars. The average speed of the attempt Continue reading →
The fastest driven square lap in a vehicle is 19.31 seconds and was achieved by Mitsubishi Motors North America in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 15 January 2011. The attempt took place adjacent to the frozen Ghost Lake outside Calgary and was filmed for a Mitsubishi television commercial.