What is the furthest you have ever run carrying a loaf of bread?

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Nov 2021
1:34pm, 2 Nov 2021
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cackleberry
Does an uneaten sandwich count? In which case, 45 miles... I think ogee trumps that, in the 'about this thread'

Dammit.

Must try harder.
Nov 2021
6:12pm, 2 Nov 2021
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Chrisity
On each leg of the Robin Hood Way I carried 4 peanut butter sandwiches, different ones for each of the 12 legs, but 112 miles in total. They got eaten on the buses home.
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8:48pm, 13 Nov 2021
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Joopsy
I set off with a peanut butter, banana and jam roll today and because the checkpoints were so well stocked it stayed in my bag for 47.34 miles and I ate it when I got back and showered. It was still awesome.
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8:06pm, 12 Feb 2022
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Ocelot Spleens
I had the daily job of carrying the baguettes during our hike of the Tour Du Mont Blanc. OK not running but at least half of 100+ miles...sometimes dome was left after lunch, sometimes not!

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About This Thread

Maintained by GregP
This is AJPAR's swim coach's fault, as it goes...

All bread items count (rolls, baguettes, etc).

Leader so far, posted 10.08.10 is Bob! - 46 miles with a brioche.

Second is McG with some pre-packaged nonsense from #waitrose. 6.18 miles, 02.11.17.

Third place is Alex sw harriers with 4.89 miles (posted 19.10.10).

Honourable mentions:
* ogee - carrying a cheese and pickle sandwich 125 miles (posted 19.10.10).
* johnnyo - carrying a chicken fajita flatbread wrap 50 miles around Derby (posted 16.06.13)

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