The fastest 10 metre spider walk was 7.13 seconds and was achieved by Antonio Spoto (Italy) aka Anuk on the set of ‘Guinness World Records’, Madrid, Spain, on 9 January 2009. This record was a head to head with Victor Ortiz (Spain) managing to break Spoto’s old record by completing the 10 metres in 9.66 seconds.
The farthest distance static cycling in 12 hours (male) was 832.35 km (517.2 mi) by Miguel Angel Castro (Spain) at the Tasagaya Sports Pavillion in Güímar, Spain, on 21 August 2010. At the time of this record, Castro also held the record for greatest static cycling distance in one minute, three minutes and one hour.
The farthest distance static cycling in one hour was 109.57 km (68.08 mi) by Miguel Angel Castro (Spain) at the Calle Reverendo Cura Párroco Vicente Jorge Dorta in Arafo, Spain, on 14 August 2011. Castro broke the previous record — which he has also set — with 9 minutes remaining in the hour.
The farthest distance static cycling in three minutes was 5.80 km (3.60 miles) and was achieved by Miguel Angel Castro (Spain) in Tenerife, Spain, on 18 November 2010 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day. This record is Miguel Angel Castro’s fourth Guinness World Records title to date, for static cycling over different time periods. He has been aptly nicknamed “Recordman” in Tenerife. This particular record attempt required only 3 months of intense training. Miguel is a 42 year old professional spinning instructor and also Continue reading →
The normal intelligible outdoor range of the male human voice in still air is 180 m (590 ft 6.6 in). The silbo, the whistled language of the Spanish-speaking inhabitants of the Canary Island of La Gomera, is intelligible under ideal conditions at 8 km (5 miles). There is a recorded case, under optimal acoustic conditions, of the human voice being detectable at a distance of 17 km (10.5 miles) across still water at night.
The farthest an American dime (10c) coin has been propelled by the ear lobe is 3.55 m (11 ft 8 in), by Monte Pierce (USA), on the set of Lo show dei record, in Madrid, Spain, on 16 February 2008.
Miguel Ballesteros and José Francisco Dopcio de Pablo (both Spain) managed to toss a washing machine weighing 47 kg (103.61 lb) a distance of 6.37 m (20 ft 10.6 in) at the studios of El Show de los Récords, Madrid, Spain on 23 October 2001.
Paul Randles (United Kingdom) completed a 20 cone backwards slalom on inline skates in 5.62 secs on the set of ‘Guinness World Records’, in Madrid, Spain, on 23 January 2009. Victor Bermudez (Spain) also attempted record as part of a challenge and managed 6.56 seconds.
5:41.35 Germany (Sebastian Thormann, Paul Dienstbach, Philipp Stüer, Bernd Heidicker) Seville, Spain 21 September 2002
6:53.80 Georgeta Andrunache, Viorica Susanu (both Romania) Seville, Spain 21 September 2002