Guinness World Records is an ever-changing compilation of incredible achievements and feats from around the world. The records are constantly being broken and updated

To get the most up-to-date information, I recommend checking the official Guinness World Records website

Tallest Building: Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, standing at 828 meters (2,717 feet) tall.

Longest Bridge: Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge in China, measuring approximately 164.8 kilometers (102.4 miles).

Fastest Land Animal: The cheetah, capable of reaching speeds up to 70 mph (113 km/h).

Largest Pizza: A pizza made in Rome, Italy, in 2012, measured 1,261.65 square meters (13,580.28 square feet).

Longest Time Holding Breath: Stig Severinsen from Denmark held his breath for an astonishing 22 minutes and 22 seconds.

Most Olympic Gold Medals: Swimmer Michael Phelps, who had won 23 Olympic gold medals in his career.

Longest Distance Run: The late Yiannis Kouros from Greece ran 303.506 kilometers (188.59 miles) in 24 hours.

Largest Collection of Video Games: Antonio Romero Monteiro from Brazil had over 20,139 different video games as of 2019.

Oldest Living Person: Kane Tanaka from Japan, born on January 2, 1903 (at the time of my last update).

Most Subscribers on YouTube: T-Series, an Indian music video channel, held the record with over 171 million subscribers.

Remember, these records may have been surpassed or changed since then. For the latest records, visit the official Guinness World Records website or refer to their published books.