The Sunday Review

Australian Erchana Murray-Bartlett completed 150 marathons in 150 days, running 6,300 kilometers (3,900 miles) from the country’s northern tip to the southern city of Melbourne in The possibilities for a brand new approach world record.

The 32 year-old runner After a remarkable feat, Monday’s finish was achieved. If confirmed, it will surpass the previous world record Of 106 consecutive marathons British national Kate Jayden This was last year. The Sunday Review has reached out to Guinness World Records to confirm Murray-Bartlett’s official standing.

Jayden was trying to raise money. for refugees, Murray-Bartlett completed her run – documented on Instagram – to raise awareness of the threats to Australia’s biodiversity.

“Australia is fantastic, it’s so beautiful, and that was one of the key things I wanted to get out of this run, it was to showcase Australia’s beauty to the world – we have globally significant national parks, the Great Barrier Reef, and exploring them on foot is such a unique, different way to do it,” Murray-Bartlett stated that Nine News affiliate Nine News is The Sunday Review.

Murray-Bartlett raised More than 118,000 Australian dollars ($82,130) for The Wilderness Society with all profits going towards conserving Australia’s native animals.

Australia is home to one of the most beautiful countries in the world. world’s worst records on extinctions, last year announced a 10-year plan to try to prevent any more species from dying out in It is a country. The country’s wildlife has suffered the effects of natural disasters and the climate crisis, including catastrophic bushfires in According to the World Wide Fund, 2019-20 saw nearly 3 billion animals killed or displace. for Nature (WWF)

You will leave Cape York after you’ve set out in Queensland in August Murray-Bartlett ran 42.2km (26.2 miles) daily, suffering heat strokes and thunderstorms while she traversed dirt roads, rivers, and beaches.

“It’s very exhausting, I’ll give you that but I feel very blessed have been out to get to the finish line,” On Monday, she stated.

While Murray-Bartlett’s run took her from the country’s north to south, another Australian, Nedd Brockmann, ran almost 4,000 kilometers (2,500 miles) over 47 days From west to east in 2022.

Brockmann started from Cottesloe Beach in Perth and received a hero’s welcome on his arrival at Sydney’s Bondi Beach in October, raising 2 million Australian dollars ($1.26 million) – almost double his initial target – for Charity for the homeless We Are Mobilise.

Previous in 2022, Fay Cunningham and Emma PetrieBoth were from the United Kingdom and matched the world record for Most consecutive days Marathon distance running in the women’s category, running alongside each other for 106 days Guinness World Records states that the period was February to June.