theohiostate wrote:I believe I have watched him become a multi-day runner this week. The daily mileages, dipping into the 40s, back to the 50s, a 40, followed by a 50â€¦ he is, even if he wasnâ€™t already, becoming a multi-day runner.
Um, isn't multi-day running his claim to fame?
From his website:
"3100 Miles RAUSA Race 482hrs 10mins
2015 Winner USA transcontinental Race
Race Facts since April 2014
From april 2014 to april 2015 Robert did 370 marathons/ultras (100+ miles) in one year â€“ equivalent to 422 marathons.
Robert did not stop there but, went on to run for 420 days clocking up 420 marathons/ultras (100+ miles) â€“ equivalent to 476 marathons. In the process he won 96 races and ran some of the hardest UK races as well as winning the 117 back to back race series across America."