168 kg Halil Mutlu (Turkey) Trencín, Slovakia 24 April 2001
Motorcycle enthusiasts Peter Schmidl and Anna Turceková had a wedding procession of 597 motorcycles when they tied the knot in Bratislava, Slovakia, on May 6, 2000. The event coincided with the Chopper Show 2000. The majority of procession members were also attending this show.
The largest ninepin bowling tournament consisted of 324 participants at the Funk Galanta Ninepin Bowling Marathon 2010 in Galanta, Slovakia, from 16-19 December 2010. The tournament drew players from Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. The format consisted of each player bowling four turns and tallying up the aggregate scores to determine the final standings. The winner was Lubomír Bugár with a score of 611 across his four throws.
The longest career as a conductor is 76 years and was achieved by Viliam Karmazin (b. 23 September 1922, Slovakia), who began his career in 1936 and conducted his final concert for the ZVON choir in Sered, Slovakia, on 23 September 2012. Mr Karmazin has conducted for the ZVON choir since 1942.
The largest pram/stroller walk in multiple locations involved 2,015 prams, each containing a child, being pushed for a minimum of 1 mile in 14 locations in 7 European countries for an event organised by Mother Centres International Network for Empowerment on 13 May 2006.
210 kg Oleg Perepetchenov (Russia) Trencín, Slovakia 27 April 2001