With 227 hours under her belt, Failatu Abdul-Razak has successfully completed her attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon by an individual, unofficially shattering the previous record.
Inspired by the accomplishments of Ugandan Chef Mama Dee, Chef Faila decided to extend her culinary feat to an impressive 10 days, instead of the original plan of a 5-day nonstop cooking marathon.
In an effort to outpace other record breakers, Chef Faila’s attempt to complete the longest cooking marathon by an individual was extended from January 1st to January 5th, 2024.
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Alan Fisher holds the current official record, having cooked for slightly more than 119 hours.
Failatu Abdul-Razak, as previously mentioned, recently concluded her challenge at 226 hours, making her the unofficial record holder.
The Guinness World Record board will then receive all of the available evidence, review it, and render a decision regarding whether or not Chef Faila broke the record and set a new one.