Guinness World Records

Guinness World Records

Guinness World Records was founded in 1951 when Sir Hugh Beaver - then managing director of the Guinness Brewery - asked a simple question: what was Europe's fastest game bird? With the help of the Lo

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Teenager breaks jump rope world record
Cen Xiaolin smashed his own jump rope world record in November 2019. He managed to jump over the rope 228 times in just half a minute. The 18-year-old pupil from a middle school in the southern province of Guangdong previously set a Guinness World Record in 2016 by skipping 208 times in 30 seconds.
A record-breaking note
Meet Wang Xiaolong, a student at Beijing Normal University in Zhuhai, southern China. He holds the Guinness World Record for “highest vocal note by a male.” He set the record in October 2018 on a Chinese TV show, hitting an ear-piercing E note in the 8th octave (5,243 hertz). Check out our video to see (and hear) more.