The name of this person is Ben Pobjoy. He ran 242 marathons in about 70 countries in 2023. Ben Pobjoy, who lives in Toronto, Canada, has run 242 marathons in 1 year. For this, this person’s name can also be recorded in the Guinness Book. This person left his career in marketing in early 2023 and set out on the path to complete the ‘Marathon Earth Challenge’. For this, this person traveled to North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. After completing the year’s race, Ben Pobjoy has now applied to get the title of Guinness World Record for running the most marathons in one year. An official announcement has not been made yet, but it seems that Ben will be successful in creating a record by breaking the old record of America resident Larry Macon.
What did Ben say?
While talking to the media, Ben Pobjoy also told about his experience of running the marathon in 2023. He said, “The year 2023 was difficult for me mentally and physically. I faced many difficult situations in this journey, but I did not give up and now the feeling of achieving my goal and meeting many people along the way is really amazing.” Read More – Rubina Dilaik was seen handling the little angel, the actress showed her figure in a bodycon high-slit dress…
That’s why Ben gave himself the challenge of running.
Ben gave himself the Marathon Earth Challenge because there was a reason behind it. Actually, Ben Pobjoy got interested in marathon in 2015, when he was suffering from obesity and health problems. After this he slowly started walking outside and then running. Ben began a new journey by losing 45 kg in 8 months and along the way he developed an appreciation for the physical world, inspiring him to push his limits. Read More – King Khan’s son Aryan Khan will soon be seen in a web series, a series will be made on Shahrukh’s life…
Australian woman made a record of running 107 marathons in 107 days
Australian female athlete Arachna Murray Bartlett achieved the Guinness World Record for running 107 marathons in 107 days last year. He started running from Cape York, Queensland in August 2023 and recorded this record in the Guinness Book after 107 days i.e. on 3 December. Let us tell you that Arachna had run this race to raise awareness about the plight of the country’s wildlife.