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​Gordon Ramsay Smashes World Record On 'The F Word'

James Dawson

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​Gordon Ramsay Smashes World Record On 'The F Word'

Gordon Ramsay has broken his first world record on his new US show The F Word.

Ramsay put his knife skills after agreeing to try and set the world record for filleting a fish in the quickest time.

He went head-to-head with Jenna Fabich, a 19-year-old from Homer, AK, who went viral a few years back for her lightening quick fish filleting skills.

Watch how he got on here:

Credit: Fox

Ramsay managed to fillet a piece of halibut in one minute and five seconds, which meant he absolutely smashed the record.

His recent attempt made up for when the chef tried to set the world record for slicing salmon on his UK television show a few years ago, only to fall short.

After being named the winner, Gordon Ramsay told FoodBeast, "I had no idea I was going so fast, because I was just doing it normally."

Watch his previous failed record attempt here:

He's not the only celebrity who has been trying to break records recently, earlier this year, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson became the Guinness World Record holders for making the world's largest seven-layer dip.

My favourite record has to be the one recently set by Ben Ketola. He was recently at an 281 Bowl in Cortland, New York, back in April and decided to set himself a challenge

He set up all 10 lanes and then raced from lane to lane, rolling a different ball in each one.

Watch what happened next...

Credit: YouTube

The 23-year-old two-handed bowler charged between the lanes and managed to knock down all the pins each time. After covering all 10, he then went back to the final two to close out the line, giiving himself a perfect 300 game in 86.2 seconds.

That means each strike took around seven seconds.

"It was fun to do. I honestly wasn't expecting to do it," Ketola told local media . "I just wanted to see how quickly I could get across the house and get strikes."

Sadly for Ben there is no official speed category in the official United States Bowling Congress' record books but - like Ramsay - he's a true champion in my eyes.

Featured Image Credit: Fox

Topics: Gordon Ramsay

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