What is the longest consecutive run?

What is the longest consecutive run?

Ron Hill, 78, a three-time Olympian for Great Britain, ended his running streak on Sunday, January 29. The streak—during which Hill ran at least one mile every day—had stood for 52 years, 39 days. It was the longest known running streak in history.

Is running consecutive days bad?

For less experienced or injury-prone runners, two rest days a week might be needed. Finally, any more than two rest days per week is generally not advisable unless you are new to running, a multi-sport athlete or over 50 years old—packing too much mileage into too few runs can increase injury risk.

Who is the second longest runner in the world?

Jim Pearson, 72, of Marysville, Washington, is second on the current streak list (46 years, 11 months). Stephen De Boer, 62, of Rochester, Minnesota, is currently in third place at 45 years, 7 months.

What’s the longest streak of consecutive days running?

According to SRI, Jon Sutherland, 66, of West Hills, California, now holds the longest streak for consecutive days running, at 47 years and 8 months. He said he was saddened by the end of Hill’s streak.

When did Ron Hill’s 52 year running streak end?

How we test gear. On Sunday, Ron Hill did something he hadn’t done in the past half century: He took a day off. Ron Hill, 78, a three-time Olympian for Great Britain, ended his running streak on Sunday, January 29. The streak—during which Hill ran at least one mile every day—had stood for 52 years, 39 days.

What’s the world record for the Boston Marathon?

Hill won the Boston Marathon in 1970 in 2:10:30, what was then the course record. He was the second person to break 2:10 in the marathon, running a personal best of 2:09:28. He held world records for 10 miles, 15 miles, and 25K on the roads.

What was the last marathon I ran at age 50?

At 57 and having ran many hundreds of races in the last 20 years ranging 5K to Marathon distance, the old legs ain’t doing what they used to do. Last marathon at age 50 was 2.57.

Is it possible to run 50 days in a row?

Each week, I added 10 minutes to the daily run until it got to 70 minutes, at which point I’ve started to transition to more traditional training (but still running every day). As running streaks go, 50 days isn’t anything to write home about — I have a friend who ran for 12 years straight, and I’ve read of people doing twice that or more.

When did I start my 50 day run streak?

Back in May, after two months of almost no exercise, I decided it was time to start running again. I didn’t have a goal, but I knew I had to get back out there.

Who are the drivers that have won the 24 Hours of Le Mans?

Jimmie Johnson Won seven championships, including five consecutive 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, and 2016. Sébastien Loeb from 2004 to 2012 won nine consecutive drivers’ championships; 78 race wins from 2002 to 2013. Tom Kristensen won nine 24 Hours of Le Mans between 1997 and 2013, including six consecutive from 2000 to 2005.