Guinness World Records 2013

A whole host of wacky personalities have been acknowledged for their achievements in the new 2013
edition of the Guinness World Records. Here's the pick of the crop...

1. Asako Kanda's collection of 4,519 different Hello Kitty items is featured in the new Guinness World Records 2013
The Japanese woman's house is filled with Hello Kitty items, such as Hello Kitty frying pan, Hello Kitty electric fan
and Hello Kitty toilet seat (Picture: Shinsuke Kamioka/Guinness World Records)

2. The tallest Mohican measures 113.5 cm (44.68 in) and belongs to Kazuhiro Watanabe from Tokyo, Japan

3. Sharran Alexander from London, England, is today recognised as the heaviest sportswoman weighing in at 32 stone.
The only female sumo wrestler on the UK team is recognised in the new Guinness World Records 2013 book.

4. 86 year-old Johanna Quaas from Germany is named the Oldest Gymnast. Remarkably the retired PE teacher 
from Leipzig; Germany only began to train at gymnastics in her 50s taking part in her first competition at the age of 56.

5. The largest drum set is comprised of 340 pieces, is owned by Dr. Mark Temperato (USA) and was counted in Lakeville, New York, USA.

6. German Bettina Dorfmann has 15,000 different Barbie dolls that she has collected since 1993 (Picture: Ranald Mackechnie/Guinness World)

7. Archie, the world's Shortest Bull at 30 inches (76.2 cm) from hoof to withers (Picture: Paul Michael Hughes/Guinness World)

8. A 3 year-old Great Dane called Zeus from Michigan, USA, is featured in the new Guinness World Records 2013 book as the tallest dog ever, 
measuring 111.8 cm (44 in) from top to tail (Picture: Kevin Scott Ramos/Guinness World Record)

9. Oklahoma Sam, recognised as the Tallest Donkey - he's 61 inches (155.45 cm) from hoof to withers
(Picture: James Ellerker/Guinness World Records)

10. The tallest living horse is Big Jake, a nine-year-old Belgian Gelding horse, who measured 20 hands 2.75 in (210.19 cm, 82.75 in), 
without shoes, at Smokey Hollow Farms in Poynette, Wisconsin, USA (Picture: Kevin Scott Ramos/Guinness World Record

11. The heaviest rideable bicycle weighs 750 kg (1650 lb) and was built by Wouter van den Bosch (Netherlands)
and ridden in Arnhem, Netherlands (Picture: Ranald Mackechnie/Guinness World)

12. The new Guinness World Records 2013 book is out Today.

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