(COPENHAGEN POST) — For most of us, running a marathon would be a remarkable achievement. But for 41-year-old Annette Fredskov of Næstved, it’s just another day.
On Sunday, Fredskov completed a full year in which she ran a marathon every single day. That’s 42.195 kilometres every single day, regardless of weather or exhausted legs. And on the final day, she upped the ante and ran two. With the 84km Fredskov ran yesterday in ten hours and 44 minutes, she notched well over 15,000km as she completed 366 marathons in 365 days. She went through 20 pairs of running shoes during the year.
And if that wasn’t impressive enough, she has done it all with multiple sclerosis.