Challenge 30 - 30 Langdales / Windermeres in 30 days

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Sep 2013
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Velociraptor
Good man :) :) :)
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Sep 2013
5:56pm, 19 Sep 2013
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FR
I prefer the ascent to Blea Tarn than the descent :-o
Sep 2013
9:05am, 26 Sep 2013
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Naomi P
Not quite sure how he's doing this, but 27 days in, he's run sub-5 for the last 10 days straight. Average of 4:41 for 27 measured marathons in as many days.

4 to go, starting with a double Langdale.....
Sep 2013
9:14am, 26 Sep 2013
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Foxy
amazing achievement.

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Maintained by Naomi P
Chris Heaton, some of you may know him as he ran the 10 in 10 in 2010, is doing a mental event to raise funds for the Brathay Trust. He's running 30 marathons in 30 days, alternating the Windermere course and the Langdale course which is possibly the hardest road marathon in the UK.

See here for his blog challenge30.net

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