Plastic food and yo-yos: 2015’s Guinness World Record breakers
From the smallest to the loudest, wackiest and weirdest, take a look at 2015’s record-breakers
In honor of its 60th-anniversary edition, the Guinness World Records book is set to reflect on the wackiest and most outlandish record-breakers whilst also featuring the latest stunts to make the cut.
Here are a few of the record-breakers featured in this year’s book.
Danish trick-golf artist Karsten Maas, 49, has secured his place in the 2015 book by creating the world’s longest usable golf club. It measures 4.37 m in length. (Ranald MacKechnie/AFP)
Nancy Siefker,29, made it for the farthest arrow shot with the feet. The circus artist from California can shoot an arrow 6.09m onto a target measuring 5.5 inches. (Photo courtesy: Ryan Schude/PA)
The UK’s Nick Bennett, 47, ownes the largest collection of James Bond memorabilia - 12,463 items at last count. (Richard Bradbury/AFP)
London-based Yannick Read, 43, has built the world’s smallest caravan. The roadworthy vehicle measures 2.39m in length, 1.53 m in height and is 0.79 m wide. (Paul Michael Hughes/AFP)
Californian Nick Stoeberl, 24, has the longest tongue, measuring 10.1cm from its tip to the middle of the closed top lip. ( James Ellerker/AFP)
Alley of the U.S., has made her mark with the longest jump by a cat, at 1.83 meters. ( James Ellerker/AFP)
Beth Johnson from Ohio constructed the world’s largest yo-yo which measures 3.65m in diameter with a weight of 2095.6kg. (Photo courtesy: Kevin Scott Ramos/PA)
The record for the world’s largest disco ball was set by Isle of Wight’s Bestival. The ball measures 10.33m in diameter. (Photo courtesy: Victor Frankowski/Rex)