The fastest three-legged climb up the Canary Wharf tower was 14 min 34.69 sec set by Heather Derbyshire and Karen Fingerhut (both UK) in London, UK, on 6 April 2008. Started at B2 level green stair core and ended at M3 level green stair core. 1,188 steps Staircase leads from sub-basement up to the roof. Official name of building is One Canada Square.
The fastest completion of Mario Medley on Mario Party 4 (Nintendo, 2002) is 50.1 sec, achieved by James ‘TwIsTeD_EnEmY’ Bouchier (Canada) in Aberystwyth, UK on 23 June 2010. http://www.bragster.com/brags/368262-mario-party-4-mario-medley-fastest-time
The record for the fastest concert recording is 1,017 km/h(632 mph) on the Sony Ericsson ‘Gig in the sky’ achieved by British band, Jamiroquai, on the flight ZT6902 on the 27 February 2007 departing from Munich, Germany.
The record for the fastest concert is 1,017 km/h (632 mph) on the Sony Ericsson ‘Gig in the Sky’ with British band, Jamiroquai, on the flight ZT6902 on the 27 February 2007 departing from Munich, Germany.
The fastest time to kayak the length of Loch Ness, Scotland, UK, from Fort Augustus to Dores (a distance of 17.9 nautical miles, 20.59 miles, 33.15 km) is 5 hours 19 minutes 17 seconds, achieved by the Asda Kayak Team on 18 May 2010. The team of 28 people completed the distance in single sea kayaks and two two-man kayaks. All of the team members lined up to cross the finish line together and therefore achieved the same time. The event was organised to raise Continue reading →
Simon Caird and Peter Crosdil (both UK) crossed the English Channel between Dover, UK, and Cap Gris-Nez, France, on aquabikes (jetskis) in 38 minutes 23 seconds, on 1 July 2011. Both started and finished at the same time. The return journey lasted 48 minutes 35 seconds due to rougher sea.
The fastest crossing of the English Channel by amphibious vehicle is 1 hour 14 mins 20 sec and was achieved by Professor Hans Georg Näder (Germany) and Captain Henry Hawkins (UK) who ‘drove’ the Tonic between Dover, UK, and Calais, France, on 1 July 2008.
The fastest crossing of the English Channel by paddleboard is 5 hr 9 min by Michael O’Shaughnessy (USA) on 18 July 2006.
The fastest scheduled crossing of the Channel by hovercraft was achieved by the “Princess Anne” MCH SR-N4 MkIII hovercraft on 14 September 1995, when it completed the Dover-Calais run in 22 minutes for the 10 a.m. service.
The fastest crossing of the English Channel by seascooter in a relay team is 12 hours 26 minutes 39 seconds and was achieved by Heath Samples, Paul Swales, Will Warwick and Pete Brooks (all UK) in Wissant, France, on 20 August 2011. The team was equipped with six battery-powered Sea Doo scooters reaching a maximum speed of 2 knots. Throughout the 25.8 nautical miles between Shakespeare Beach, Dover, UK and Wissant, France, the team members alternated in 15 legs, followed by an 8.5-m support vessel Continue reading →