バーモント州の女性はランニングで世界記録を獲得 95 マラソン 95 日々

走っているところを想像してみてください 26 マイル. 今走ることを想像してください 26 毎日マイル 95 連続日.

That’s what one Vermont ultra runner did last year while the world went into lockdown, and it has earned her the female world record for the most consecutive days spent running a marathon distance — 26.2 マイル.
Alyssa Clark, a 28-year-old from Burlington, said she findsthe whole thing a bit unbelievable.
      I never started the journey of running 95 marathons thinking that I would be a world record-holder,” Clark said. “Everyday was a gift and kind of ending up with this, I’m still kind of shocked that it happened and I just feel very grateful for it.
        After around 25 days of running the marathon distance, Clark learned that the record was 60 連続日 -- and she decided to attempt to beat that.

        Clark had been training for ultra races, which are longer than a marathon distance, and she began her marathon quest when those ultra races were canceled. 当時の, 彼女の夫, who is in the Navy, was stationed in Naples, イタリア, 3月 2020. When the country went on lockdown, she said she had to think of a new way to challenge herself.
          “など … 行進 31, I just got on a treadmill and started running,” Clark said of lockdown in March of 2020.
          With the lockdown only expected to last two weeks, Clark thought she would only run 14 または 15 連続日. And as it got extended, so did her goal.
          But the hardest part was making sure that she was in a position to continue each day, 彼女は言いました.
          There’s no take-backs on thisIf you mess one up or if you don’t finish it or anything like that, then you don’t get tomorrow,” 彼女は付け加えた.
          周りに 25 日々, she said she looked into what the record was.
          The previous female record was set in 2015 by Alice Burch of England who ran a marathon distance for 60 連続日.
          Knowing she was about half way to breaking the record, Clark thought, “maybe this is a possibility,” and set a goal of 100 連続日.
          実際には, she even managed to keep going during an international move from Italy to Florida. She ran a marathon at 1 午前. during a layover on a German military base.
          しかしながら, on her 96th day, Clark was unable to finish the run after experiencing chest pain. She and her husband later tested positive for Covid.
          Clark said she is not looking to break another world record due to the tedious process of filing for one; it took her about a year from when she started to compile witness statements, videos and running data for the submission.
            But she will soon attempt to have the fastest time at the Pinhoti Trail, which spans 335 miles between Alabama and Georgia.
            Running is my constant,” Clark said. “I’m the best version of myself when I’m running.

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