Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar
Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar

Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra: Maggie Guterl focused on 100 hours in Tennessee at the race with no end

  • The 2019 champion is back and this time Maggie Guterl wants to break the record by 32 hours and make sure there is a US champion
  • Runners complete a 6.7km loop on the hour, every hour, until there is just one person standing

Topic |   Extreme fitness
Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar
Maggie Guterl, winner of the 2019 Big Dog’s Backyard Ultra, wants to run for 100 hours and break the record by 32 hours. Photo: iRunFar
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