1964 - Serpent of Fire, 100-feet (La Feria Chapultepec Magico, Mexico City)
1973 - Great American Scream Machine, 105-feet (Six Flags Over Georgia)
1978 - Colossus, 125-feet (Six Flags Magic Mountain)
1978 - Gemini, 125-feet (Cedar Point)
1988 - Shockwave, 170-feet (Six Flags Great America)
1989 - Magnum XL-200, 201-feet (Cedar Point)
1994 - Desperado, 209-feet (Buffalo Bill's Hotel & Casino)
1994 - Pepsi-Max Big One, 213-feet (Blackpool Pleasure Beach)
1997 - Fujiyama, 259-feet (Nagashima Spa Land)
2000 - Millennium Force, 310-feet (Cedar Point)
2000 - Steel Dragon 2000, 318-feet (Nagashima Spa Land)
2003 - Top Thrill Dragster, 420-feet (Cedar Point)
2005 - Kingda Ka, 456-feet (Six Flags Great Adventure)
Journey to the Stars (2014) at Jinling Happy World in China holds second place with eleven inversions.
Colossus (2002) at Thorpe Park in Surrey, England, 10 Inversion Roller Coaster (2006) at Chimelong Paradise in Guangdong, China, and Crazy Coaster (2013) at Loca Joy Holiday Theme Park in Chongqung, China currently are tied for third place with ten inversions each.
Three roller coasters Dragon Kahn (1995) at Port Aventura in Spain, Avalancha (2002) at Xetulul in Guatemala, and Flight of the Phoenix (2006) at Harborland in Zhejiang, China tie for third with eight inversions each.
Inverted – Alpengeist at Busch Gardens Williamsburg is the tallest, fastest and has the largest drop (195-feet tall, 170-foot drop, 67 mph top speed), but the longest is Banshee at Kings Island (4,124 feet).
Floorless – Superman Krypton Coaster at Six Flags Fiesta Texas has the largest drop (168-feet) and is the fastest (70 mph). While Dominator at Kings Dominion is the tallest (161 feet) and longest (4,210-feet long).