Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram
Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram
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Kilian Jornet drops out of 24-hour running world record attempt, feeling dizzy and seeking medical evaluation

  • The mountain running superstar swapped trails for tracks in an attempt to beat Yainnis Kouros’ 303.506km record set in 1985
  • Jornet completes 134km before doctors advise him to seek help for dizziness

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Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram
Kilian Jornet's leaves him comfort zone to attempt a track record, but drops out due to dizziness. Photo: @kilianjornet Instagram
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