>General Running>Today is the Day - Mark Covert
That's a streak.
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"On Tuesday, Mark Covert plans to do something he hasn't done in 45 years: not run.
Covert, has not missed a day of running since July 23, 1968 — a streak of 16,437 days, the longest active streak in the United States"
Great job Mr. Covert!
#1: Do what I can do. <DOING>
#2: sub 5:40 @ 1/2 Ironman (Benton Harbor, MI) <DONE... 5:35:05>
some call me Tim
Indeed it is.
"“I have a mid-foot collapse and my foot is completely twisted to the outside. I really can’t lift or push off anymore; I just kind of drag it around,” Covert said. “I’ve taken a couple of headers when I’ve been out on the road."
That's just marvelous.
11/07 - Mendon Ponds Trail 50k
His daughter: I'm going to get up at 4 a.m. and lock the doors so he can't get out."
Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.
Old , Ugly and slow
I did around 390 days when I was young.
Now my knees need the rest.
It seems he has to quit running at 63 I hope to run longer than that.
first race sept 1977 last race sept 2007
2014goals 1300 miles , 190 pounds , deadlift 400 touch my toes
Is he quitting or just taking a rest day?