The longest streak on Duolingo is over 9 years long (3,285+ days) and was earned by user christi3. However, multiple users have accomplished this feat of a world record Duolingo Streak and have made it onto a Streak Hall of Fame.
Above you can see the list of users who have completed a streak of over 2555 days. There is another list that includes users that have completed an even longer streak.
However, this list is named “Impossible” since those users are most likely bots or their accounts aren’t even long enough (or Duolingo hasn’t been around long enough) for them to actually have earned a streak that is that long.
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Of course, the daily streak numbers are always going up, so here is how you can figure out the most recent user to have the highest streak on Duolingo.
How to Find the User with the Longest Streak on Duolingo
You can use the website Duome to figure out who is currently holding the record for the longest streak on Duolingo. Even though the website is unofficial, it is the best way to keep track of Duolingo stats!
They have Halls of Fame for the person with the most amount of XP, who has the most Golden Owls, and even who has made it to Level 25 (if you don’t know what that is, read this post that explains how levels work on Duolingo!)
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