Liberian Talents Shine on Global Stage with Guinness World Record Attempts in Twerking and Cooking
MONROVIA: In a groundbreaking achievement, a Liberian lady based in Nigeria has officially been recognized by the Guinness World Records for an extraordinary twerking challenge.
The spotlight has shifted from Vienna, Austria's Elena Sofie Sterlini to the determined Evelyn Carl. Scheduled for December 29, 2023, in Mainland, Lagos, Nigeria, Carl aims to twerk for an impressive 3 hours, with only 20 minutes of allowed breaks.
But that's not the only Liberian talent making waves on the global stage, Tawah Tamba, a Liberian chef who has secured a spot to contest the cook-a-thon record, presently held by Nigerian Chef Hilda Effiong Bassey, inspired by the record-breaking move against Chef Hilda Bassey, Tamba is gearing up for a culinary challenge of epic proportions.
She plans to cook for 135 hours, surpassing Bassey's previous record of 93 hours and 11 minutes, set on July 1, 2023.
Tamba's cooking marathon is set to commence on December 20, 2023, spanning six days with a daily 30-minute break.
Guinness World Records, known for cataloging exceptional human achievements and the extremes of the natural world, is poised to witness these two ambitious Liberian women, Carl and Tamba, competing for two distinct titles – the Twerking and Cook-a-thon records.
Their endeavors not only showcase their individual talents but also aim to proudly place Liberia's name in the prestigious Guinness World Records.
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