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Chef Faila’s GWR Attempt Disqualified for Violation of Rest Break Rules

Chef Faila
Chef Faila

Ghanaian chef Failatu Abdul Razak’s attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon has been disqualified by the Guinness World Records (GWR) committee. The disqualification was due to a violation of the rest break rules, which are a crucial aspect of GWR endeavors. Despite the unfortunate news, Chef Faila expressed her appreciation for the overwhelming support she received throughout her culinary endeavor.

The GWR commended Chef Faila for her dedication and encouraged her to pursue future record attempts. Although this particular attempt did not result in a world record, Chef Faila considered it an invaluable experience and expressed her commitment to continuing to push boundaries in the culinary world.

Chef Failatu Abdul Razak’s cooking marathon had garnered attention from food enthusiasts in Ghana and worldwide. Her aim was to surpass the existing record for continuous cooking, showcasing her endurance and tremendous cooking skills. However, the disqualification highlights the importance of adhering to the predefined guidelines set by the Guinness World Records.