The previous record belonged to a 42-metre-deep swimming pool in Italy. The new 'Deepspot' pool in Poland won't hold the record for very long, either.
The World Record Certification Agency said it's "the biggest one around the world".
Hafthor Bjornsson, who won the title of World’s Strongest Man in 2018, lifted 501kg to set a new world record.
The 6.5 kilometre cake is more than double the length of the previous record holder.
The Bears, the oldest and most decorated team in the American Hockey League, established a new world record, in Sunday's annual CommunityAid Teddy Bear Toss.
Tied to ropes attached to the ferris wheel which he pulled with his full weight, Franz Muellner managed to get it moving under conditions he described as "brutal."
Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time
A 96-year-old World War Two veteran celebrated his birthday on Saturday (August 31) by breaking his own record as the world's oldest active scuba diver for the third year running.
A British cyclist claimed the motor-paced speed world record, after cycling a short distance at a staggering 174.34 miles (280.57 kilometres) per hour
A UK cyclist has set the motor-paced speed world record.
The east African nation setting an example with an ambitious tree-planting campaign.
Sixteen years ago, Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra turned his back on a successful career in finance to pursue his love of the great outdoors.
The Guinness World Records is a benchmarking institution best-known for having authenticated and catalogued feats of human endeavour since 1955.
So many teddy bears thrown around.
Game of Thrones star Hafthor Bjornsson has won the World’s Ultimate Strongman (WUS) competition in Dubai.
As the World’s Ultimate Strongman 2018 competition was held in Dubai, last year’s World’s Strongest Man, Eddie Hall, was on the ground to oversee proceedings.
India on Wednesday (October 31) inaugurated the world's tallest statue, a $400-million effigy of independence hero Vallabhbhai Patel that towers nearly twice the height of New York's Statue of Liberty.
A 95-year-old British man has broken his own record to become the world's oldest diver - again
British adventurer Ross Edgley surpassed the previous record on the 74th day of his journey. The swimmer is aiming to become the first to circuit the British mainland.