Sun May 05, 2019 9:23 pm
The only thing wrong was the omission of the definition of "Nurse's Uniform "
As an old fart, I see the Unisex "scrubs" as far less restrictive than the traditional clothing as portrayed in the "Carry-on" films, by Hattie Jacques. Therefore , a Marathon, wearing the latter, would be far more of a challenge than wearing loose, lightweight clothing.
Times have changed, what with male midwives and all, Perhaps the Guinness Records lot need to "up their game" and clearly describe the qualifying - parameters for each record -category they recognise.
"Scrubs" are not distinctly and categorically "nurse's uniform", as several posters have pointed- out,
Orderlies, Porters, Domestic- staff and cleaners all seem to wear similar outfits ,to the non-professional eye. Perhaps the best answer is to get rid of the category altogether and have a traditional uniform subset of "fancy-dress" ?