Asked for evidence wrote:
Someone else claiming the record.
Never heard of this one. No way were they official races but claims she logged them on Garmin, which is more than Amy did.
So as this was 2015, did Guinness accept it? I'll have a Google.
I just asked Amy this. I'll post any response!
Hey Amy, as there was absolutely zero evidence of your claimed "53 marathons" and same for your failed treadmill attempt, I assume you will have learned from the thorough rinsing you got on Lets Run and will of course be providing full watch data to Strava or Garmin for your next 400 mile "run"?
After all, if you are asking for money for your "charity" and claiming records and getting loads of freebies and media attention from sponsors for these "runs" it's only fair you provide evidence for people.
Do give me a link for this 400 mile "run" data so we can all follow along on Lets Run.
Though it does rather sound to me like yet another fake stunt just to get attention and more cash for your "charity" so please feel free to prove us all wrong and let us follow every step of this 14 day "run".
Watch data immediately uploaded to Strava each day as soon as you stop "running" would be a great move, with of course, cadence and heart rate, so we can tell you aren't cycling or driving.[/quote]
It's a jolly and she knows In Ibiza nobody can join her. Naff all chance it will be uploaded to Strava.