3 Marathons Isn't That Far wrote:
Running 78.6 miles in 30 hours would not be a remarkable or difficult accomplishment. Based on the results of the latest USATF 24 Hour race results, 1/3 of the field accomplished this distance in 24 hours or less. I think you'd be out $100,000.
2016 USATF 24 Hour Race Results - North Coast 24:
That's not what I'm asking. I'm asking for 3 marathons. Wake up one day, run the first one in 4:07 or faster. That night run one in 3:28 and then only sleep 4 hours and run a third one the next morning in 3:19.
My brother is now 43. He ran 28:06 for 10,000. He's is good shape for a 40-year old and could break 3:00 in the marathon. There is NO WAY he could do that however. How old is Rossi?
HE was never an elite runner. I think there is no way he could do it either.