Patrick Amenuvor, a determined Ghanaian photographer and content creator with a passion for breaking barriers, has embarked on a remarkable challenge by undertaking the Guinness World Record (GWR) longest-standing marathon by an individual in Accra, Ghana.
With an ambitious goal of setting a new Guinness World Record in 2024, Patrick will be standing from today, January 14, to Sunday, January 21, 2024. The marathon is currently underway at the GEM church at North Legon.
Patrick’s attempt comes few days after both Afua Asantewaa Aduonum and Chef Faila completed their attempts for GWR’s longest singing marathon by an individual and longest cooking marathon by an individual respectfully. Both are yet to receive confirmation from GRW.
The GWR Stand-a-thon involves standing continuously for an extended period, challenging both the body and mind. Patrick, with a background in fitness and a desire to inspire others, saw this as an opportunity to not only test his limits but also raise awareness for mental and physical well-being.
ited and ever lasting opportunities in football for the youth of the country. Through the proposed partnership, the Minister expressed the hope that the Youth may be provided with several opportunities including careers in football and jobs in football-related activities.
The Minister promised FCB through Mr Paolo Araujo that the Government of Ghana would do everything within its power to offer the necessary support for the proposed partnership to come into fruition.
The Hon Minister underscored the high-quality brand and towering influence of FCB in world football vis-a-vis the huge talent pool for football in Ghana. He was hopeful that FCB and KFA would build a lasting synergy for their mutual benefit.