When asked how he felt receiving the news, Graham told The Portugal News that “I obviously feel delighted that the record has been recognised even if they did deduct 2 reps from the final total (some might say it was harsh) however my arms had given up and my legs were trying to raise me up using an uncoordinated kicking action in mid-air. My chin was also a fair distance from the bar, other than that they were perfect.”

Graham so far has raised an incredible €8,186 for Save the Children and would be over the moon if you could donate to the chinups4children Just giving page. Graham explained that when it comes to the future “I am now looking forward to a very enjoyable Christmas and New Year before focusing on yet-to-be-decided new challenges for 2023.”

There is still time to support Graham’s fundraising initiative, please visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/chinups4children to donate. For more information about Save the Children please visit www.savethechildren.org.uk/. You can also follow Graham on Instagram @chinups4children for any updates. Finally, Graham Morgan’s full story is available at www.theportugalnews.com if you would like to read more about his successful fundraising and fitness challenge.