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The world's heaviest jack-o'-lantern weighed 2,077 pounds.

16 of the spookiest Halloween world records

From the world's loudest scream to the largest collection of haunted dolls, these records will send a chill down your spine.

14 celebrities you didn’t know hold world records

Celebrities such as Dwayne Johnson and Snoop Dogg have set unexpected records, including creating the largest layered dip.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge, the marathon world record holder, crosses the finish line during his attempt to run a marathon in under two hours in Vienna, Austria, October 12, 2019.

A Kenyan runner finished a marathon in under 2 hours, sprinting at a 4:34-mile pace. Here’s why his record doesn’t count.

On Saturday, the Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge ran the first sub-two-hour marathon. But the achievement won't count as a world record.
Sixteen-year-old Nilhanshi Patel has the longest hair on a teenager.

16 times kids broke world records

These kids have become Guinness World Record holders for everything from playing Fortnite to finding four-leaf clovers.

10 cool, crazy, and weird world records Malaysia holds

What's Malaysia the best in the world at?
Purin the beagle caught 14 mini soccer balls in one minute.

17 animals that have broken world records

From an 187-year-old tortoise to a slam-dunking rabbit with major basketball skills, these animals are world record-worthy for a reason.
World's largest teddy bear.

30 of the wildest Guinness World Records set in 2019

Records set in 2019 include the world's oldest woman at age 116, Simone Biles' historic gymnastics routine, and an 8,000-pound teddy bear.
There's no limit to how many records someone can break.

8 people who hold multiple Guinness World Records

Breaking a Guinness World Record is a big deal — and it's an even bigger deal when you can break more than one.
Lexie Alford in Pakistan.

The youngest person to travel to every country says reaching the milestone at age 21 came down to ‘a few simple life lessons’

Lexie Alford also told INSIDER how she funded her adventures and stayed safe when traveling by herself.
Lee Spencer, 49, rowed from Europe to South America.

A retired Royal Marine and amputee just rowed solo across the Atlantic in 60 days, shattering the previous record

Former Royal Marine Lee Spencer, 49, broke the previous Atlantic crossing record. He said he barely slept on the journey.