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Guinness World Record Yet To Review Evidence From Hilda Baci’s Record-Breaking Attempt

Guinness World Record has stated that it is yet to establish that Hilda Baci has broken the current world’s longest-cooking marathon by chef Lata Tondon.

This was communicated in a statement from the ultimate authority on record-breaking achievements a day after she ended the marathon.

The 27-year-old Nigerian chef had been on her feet since 15:00 GMT last Thursday to break the longest cooking hours record of 87 hours and 45 minutes.

The Nigerian who owns My Food By Hilda Restaurant in Lagos cooked for 100 hours making different kinds of meals she handed out to guests.

She had initially planned to go 96 hours but was urged to go 100 hours by Nigerian fans.

It is reported that she allowed one assistant at a time and took a five-minute break each hour, or the equivalent over several hours until she turned off her stove.

Indian Chef, Lata Tondon made history with her 87 hours and 45 minutes cooking marathon in 2019 and is still officially recognised.

A Guinness World Records spokesperson in the statement said they were waiting to receive evidence of her adventure for review.

“We are aware of the record attempt and are looking forward to receiving the evidence for our Records Management Team to review before we can confirm the record is official.”

Earlier, Guinness World commented in a tweet saying, it was monitoring her to officially confirm the record.

“We’re aware of this amazing record attempt, we need to review all the evidence first before officially confirming a record.”

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