The record for the longest cooking marathon was overthrown by Hilda Baci.

The record for the longest cooking marathon was overthrown by Hilda Baci.
The Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon has officially been surpassed by Nigerian chef Hilda Effiong Bassey, also referred to as Hilda Baci.

Guinness World Records (GWR) verified this on Tuesday and named Alan Fisher as the new record holder in a statement posted on their website.

The statement said, "Alan Fisher (Ireland), the owner and chef of a restaurant in Japan, has broken two Guinness World Records titles related to cooking."

First off, with a time of 119 hours 57 minutes, he has declared himself the winner of the longest cooking marathon (individual). That surpasses the previous record by over 24 hours, which was held by Hilda Baci, a Nigerian cook.

After that, Alan declared that he had completed the longest baking marathon (individual) in 47 hours and 21 minutes. With a time of 31 hours 16 minutes, Wendy Sandner (USA) held the previous record.

Even more amazing is the fact that Alan completed both attempts back-to-back, putting in more than 160 hours of work in the kitchen with only a day's break in between!

In June, Hilda was officially recognized as the owner of the longest cooking marathon Guinness World Record.

In a statement posted on its website, the Guinness World Record stated that Hilda was named the record holder after a careful examination of all the available data.

Over the course of her four days in the kitchen, the 26-year-old Nigerian chef cooked over 100 pots of meals from Thursday, May 11, to Monday, May 15.

Hilda tried to beat the 100-hour record, but over seven hours were taken away from her total because she had an extended rest break early in the endeavor, according to GWR.

Hilda had surpassed the previous record, which Lata Tondon (India) had achieved in 2019 with 87 hours and 45 minutes.

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