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Discussion: Wow!

in: Timato; Timato > 2024-03-08

Mar 9, 2024 6:24 PM # 
Bash:
After 3 days, she's almost 100 miles ahead of 2nd place.
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Mar 9, 2024 7:16 PM # 
Bash:
From Facebook:

"Camille Herron (US), holder of many women’s world records, including the 100-mile world record (12:41:11), is running for six days in La Quinta, CA, on a 2.5 loop course. She has already smashed the women’s 300-mile world record by more than 10 hours, with 59:54:28, and she demolished the women’s 72-hour world record by more than 27 miles, with at least 341 miles (men’s record is 367). Can she hold on and beat the women’s six-day world record of 549 miles? The men’s world six-day record is 644 miles, held by Yiannis Kouros (GR). She had never run further than 270.5 miles before."
Mar 13, 2024 8:59 PM # 
'Bent:
Camille made it to 560 miles!
Mar 13, 2024 9:20 PM # 
Bash:
That's just over 900 km. She broke the 6-day women's record by 11 miles. It had stood for 34 years. She broke other records along the way too. Amazing runner!
https://www.irunfar.com/camille-herron-6-day-world...
Mar 14, 2024 1:39 PM # 
Timato:
It was a hard event to follow. I felt very old at times trying to cut through all the "Influencer" posts/videos. But it was really impressive following her progress. Made me think about trying a 24 hour event where she's competing just to watch her go.
Mar 14, 2024 2:38 PM # 
Bash:
And then we could watch *you* go! :)

I followed it by following running reporters/analysts who were at least one step removed from the event. Kind of strange.

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