Guinness World Records confirms Hilda Baci Record

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 Guinness World Records confirms Hilda Baci Record

Hilda Baci, Guiness World Record holder for the longest cooking marathon by an individual

Guinness World Records confirms Hilda Baci Record. Hilda Baci, a talented chef from Nigeria, recently received exciting news. She officially holds the record for the longest cooking marathon by an individual! Hilda expressed her elation, calling it “the best news ever”. Her dedication and hard work in the kitchen have paid off. Congratulations, Hilda!

Baci achieved the longest cooking marathon ever recorded and is now recognized by Guinness World Records. This accomplishment showcases their dedication, passion, and expertise. Baci’s achievement inspires others to pursue their culinary dreams. Congratulations, Baci, on this remarkable feat!

The news of this incredible achievement was proudly announced on the Guinness World Records official website.

Guinness World Records has concluded that Hilda Baci, a renowned culinary expert, achieved a remarkable feat. She shattered the previous record for the longest cooking marathon (individual), etching her name in history with an awe-inspiring time of 93 hours and 11 minutes.

For four consecutive days, starting from Thursday, May 11, the talented 26-year-old chef from Nigeria embarked on a culinary journey that amazed many. With her passion and exceptional skills, she prepared over 100 pots of delicious food, showcasing her dedication and love for cooking.

Despite facing a setback due to a mistaken rest break, Hilda remained determined and used it as a learning opportunity. She pushed herself harder to make up for lost time, staying committed to her goal until the end.

“As with all ‘longest marathon’ records, the participant is permitted a five-minute rest break for every continuous hour of activity. These rest breaks can be accumulated if not taken. They were the only times Hilda could use the bathroom or sleep during the attempt.”

The chef expressed her gratitude and excitement on Twitter after GWR confirmed her record.

She tweeted, “This is the best news ever omg omg omg thank you so much.”

Her fans on social media congratulated her, and there was wild jubilation after the announcement.

She broke the previous record of 87 hours 45 minutes, held by Lata Tondon from India in 2019.

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