James Asquith visited all 196 countries in the world at the young age of 24. He was born on December 30, 1988. He started traveling five years ago when he was still a student at a university.
Asquith likes meeting new people and going to unusual places off the traditional tourist trails. Amongst his favorite places to visit are Iran and the United States.
A team of four travelers – Yvo Kuhling (Netherlands), Liselott Martynenko Agerlid (Sweden), Philomena O'Brien (Australia) and Todd Hepworth (Australia) traveled to 17 countries in 23 hours, 30 minutes.
They visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Italy, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and The Netherlands.
The trip began at Samac in Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 1, 2012 at 20:43. In each country the team got out of the car to step foot in the country and take a couple of photos. A cracking playlist and in-car menu kept the team's morale high throughout the attempt.
A GPS tracker recorded the trip at around five minute intervals and included each country as well. Learn more about the feat here.
Brandon DeGroot typed the name of every European country in 52.23
DeGroot used the gameSporcleto set the record.
Mick Cullen read the names of 56 countries aloud in 16.55 seconds.
Three-year-old Nethin named 196 capitals of different countries in five minutes, 46.75 seconds.
Clint P. set RecordSetter World Records in three different countries.
Eshaani R. named 196 capitals of different countries in five minutes, 5.97 seconds. She is four years old.
Rahamath Ali recited 199 nations in 52.43 seconds.
Rahamath Ali recited all the Asian countries in 12.65 seconds with one breath.
Michael Smith named 36 African countries while jumping on a pogo stick and wearing a prom dress after eating two whole Jalapeno peppers. He set the record as part of the College of Lake County Social Action Club's World Record Day fundraiser for the Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center in Gurnee, Illinois.
Mick Cullennamed countries beginning with every letter but “X” in 8.25
seconds. He performed the feat in alphabetical order.
Shauna Pharris recited all 50 United States alphabetically while riding
on a pogo stick in 23.62 seconds.
The feat was achieved on October 18, 2009 at the Saucony Originals
tent at the Treasure Island Music Festival in San Francisco,
Mallory Wolchuk greeted 501 visitors at the border entrance to Nova
Scotiaplaying thebagpipes. Her father Doug McManaman was on hand
to count the visitors and shoot the video evidence.
Nikesh Thapaliya named the capitals of 195 sovereign countries and 20 of
the non-sovereign states and regions while blindfolded.
Together with management and staff at Lotus Lap Public School
Dishuknagar, Hyderabad, Dr. Venkata Chary Chintapatla. Ph.D displayed a
1,947 foot long, 4 foot wide Indian national Flag on the occasion of
64th Mega Independence Day Celebrations at Mini Tank bond Saroornagar,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India on 14th August 2010.
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