Hidden Facts about Guinness World Record Holders, how much are they paid?

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Facts About Guinness World Record Holders

 

In light of the news making rounds of the 27-year-old  Chef Hilda Bassey popularly known as Hilda Baci who took it upon herself to set a new cooking record by cooking for 100 hours non stop, Ejesgist News Online has gathered some hidden facts about Guinness world record holders.

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On Monday, May 15, 2023, Hilda made history by breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time by an individual.

 

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On Monday at 4:00 p.m., Baci had cooked for 96 hours, surpassing the 2019 record set by Lata Tondon, an Indian chef. Lata Tondon cooked for 87 hours, 45 minutes, and 00 seconds.

 

Baci began her cooking marathon challenge at Amore Gardens four days ago.

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However, in light of this, a lot of questions would run through the minds of certain individuals if these record breaking and record setters are getting something in terms of finance (payment) on the side for breaking or even setting new records.

 

Guinness World Record Holders

 

The first edition of the Guinness Book of World Records was published in 1955, and since then it has been an annual best-seller.

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If you have a particular skill and want to attempt to break a record, one of the first things that comes to mind is probably how much it costs to set a Guinness World Record.

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Contrary to popular belief, entry into the Guinness Book of World Records does not result in monetary compensation.

 

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Therefore, you will not receive any money for breaking a record in euros, pounds, or dollars. However, in addition to monetary compensation and the pride of being the best at something, you also receive a great deal of recognition.

 

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According to the institution’s own regulations, those who break an existing record or set a new record are not compensated.

 

Guinness World Records states, “As the world’s foremost authority on world records, our role is to celebrate the best in the world, inspire all people, entertain, and inform.”

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“For these reasons, we do not compensate record holders for their accomplishments or for attempting to break an official record title. In addition, we cannot cover any costs, offer sponsorship, or provide equipment for any official record attempt.

 

“Additionally, we do not contribute to individuals, charities, or businesses. This is to maintain our impartiality as the global authority on record title registration and to ensure that all applicants are considered.”

 

How to register for a Guinness World record

There is a section on the Guinness World Records website where you can submit an application to attempt to break your own record or an existing one.

 

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