A British woman named Kate Jaden, who ran 106 marathons in 106 consecutive days, now holds the Guinness World Record for the most consecutive days to complete a marathon (female). Guinness World Records.
The Derbyshire runner woman did not initially intend to break a record, but traveled an amazing mile between December 31, 2021 and April 15, 2022.
However, Ms Jaden found that the discussion helped fuel her fundraising efforts when people told her her discovery would be record-worthy as it began to gather traction in the media, GWR Said further.
Ms Jaden then filled out a record application and ended her journey in April, breaking the previous record of 95 days held by Alyssa Clarke (USA).
Later, Aberdeenshire personal trainers Fay Cunningham and Emma Petrie leveled the score. After competing to earn money and promote their personal causes, three athletes are now sharing this tremendous achievement for a related charity, according to GWR.
Ms Jayden also shared a post on her official Instagram account which featured her GWR Record four days ago Many users have congratulated the runner for his record-breaking achievement.
One user wrote, “Great achievement and for such a wonderful charity. You are unbelievable! Well done.”
Another said, “Absolutely great achievement, many congratulations.”
Initially, Ms. Jayden intended to complete 100 marathons in 100 days. It will span some 2620 miles between Aleppo, Syria and the United Kingdom, a route often traveled by refugees in search of shelter.
He also focused his fundraising efforts on supporting food banks and sanitation banks, as well as donating money to mental health services and humanitarian aid to refugees, GWR Said further.