Hello to all of you, dear friends, from the Book of Records section of our Magical Fans encyclopedia.
Again, we will talk about the subject called the Book of Records, which is one of the things that is frequently searched on Google.
While some of us have some innate features, some of us break some records with our own means.
While some of us dream of living a life out of sight and living alone, some of us dream of entering the Guinness Book of Records.
So what should be done to do this? Let’s examine it together;
At the entrance of the Guinness World Records office in London, the capital city of England, there is a giant cardboard picture of Sultan Kösen, who is 2 meters 51 centimeters tall and holds the record for the tallest man in the world.
The Guinness World Records official, who toured the world with Sultan and appeared in the documentary with Sultan, a documentary about him is broadcast on British Channel 4, is Kelly Garrett, who speaks Turkish and has been the human resources manager of the institution for 6 years.
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Stating that he measured the Sultan’s height 3 times a day to record the record, Garrett said, “Because the height of a person changes during the day.
“A person becomes taller in the morning and shorter in the evening,” he said.
Expressing that the interest in Guinness records in Turkey is increasing day by day, Garrett stated that they opened an office in Turkey for this reason.
Stating that Turkey holds a total of 77 Guinness records, Garrett stated that Sabiha Gökçen, Elif Kocaman, Ali Bahçetepe and Mehmet Özyüre are among them.
Garrett also stated that in Turkey, the last time Galatasaray fans broke the “record for the loudest cheering in a stadium” in the derby match played with Fenerbahce in Spor Toto Super League. The record was broken with exactly 131.76 decibels.
HOW TO ACCESS GUINNESS’S BOOK?
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To enter the Guinness Book of World Records, you can contact via the website opened by clicking here.
The page, which has many language options, shows the rules of the records and the evidence required for the record to be recorded. To give an example; The person who wants to break the record of “man who carries the most eggs in one hand” should send a photo or video about this to the institution via e-mail.
If the institution decides that this record is valid and interesting, it goes to the country where this person is located and witnesses the broken record, and the person who broke the record enters the record book.
It is completely free to try and apply for a record.
The book, which is renewed and published every year, takes its name from the Guinness company owned by Sir Hugh Beaver, who made a bet with his friends.
Although the book broke off from Guinness after a while, it retains its popular name.
The countries that broke the most records in the Guinness Book of Records;
United States of America with 5,187 records
England with 2 thousand 176 records
Germany with 624 records
Japan with 570 records
Canada with 565 records
Australia with 563 records
China with 454 records
France with 439 records
Italy with 392 records
India with 300 records
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Some of the 77 records in the records book about Turkey are as follows;
Tallest man record (Sultan Kösen, 2 m 51 cm)
•The record for the greatest fifty men (Sultan Kösen, 28.5 cm)
The shortest female record (Elif Kocaman 72.6 cm)
•First female fighter pilot record (Sabiha Gökçen)
The man who broke the most concrete blocks (Ali Bahçetepe, 1,145 concrete blocks in 1 minute)
The man with the longest nose (Mehmet Özyürek, 8.8 cm)
The biggest omelet record (4 thousand 401 kg)
The longest barbecue record (6 thousand 166 meters)
Largest sausage record (1740 kilograms)
•The biggest germ record (150 mm)
•Record of the country consuming the most bread per capita (Turkey, 199.6 kilograms)
Fastest peeling and eating three oranges (1 minute 16 seconds)
Squeezing maximum orange juice in 1 minute (880 milliliters)
• The fastest kolbasti dance (320 steps in 1 minute)
•The first person to cross three oceans with an oar (Erden Eruç)
The wedding dress with the highest number of crystals (45 thousand 24 crystals)
Maximum pillow cover change in 1 minute (7 pillows)
Wearing the most T-shirts in 1 minute (25 T-shirts)
The weightlifter who lifts the most weight in jerk (Nurcan Taylan, 121 kilograms) for women of 48 kg.
The weightlifter who lifts the most weight in men’s jerk with 56 kg (Halil Mutlu, 168 kilograms)
•The athlete who won the most Olympic gold medals in weightlifting (Naim Süleymanoğlu)
•Fastest goal scored in the world cup (Hakan Şükür, 11 seconds)
The loudest sound reached by cheering in a sports stadium (Galatasaray, 131.76 decibels