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Adam Holland

Devon born ultra marathon and endurance athlete Adam Holland, has won more marathons/ultra marathons than anyone else in the UK. This puts him in the top five in the world for marathon wins: he has run over 346 and counting, of which 121 were under 3 hours. His fastest marathon to date was achieved at the Loch Ness Marathon in 2018, which he completed in 2 hours 24 minutes.

Adam also has several Guinness World Records and when he was just 23 years old, he completed 100 marathons making him - at the time- the youngest person in Europe to achieve this. He is also the fastest person to run 10 marathons in 10 days, with an average time of 2 hours 45 minutes and is the England Athletic 50 km champion for 2017.

However, his greatest feelings of achievement come from inspiring others to run and getting out and enjoying the sport with his friends in the running community.

If you can't catch him, you can follow Adam on social media:

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Support Adam's 2019 Guinness World Record attempt and race from John O Groats to Land's End -and back again- for Kids Run Free here:

Michelle Blackmore

Somerset based Michelle owns a gym, is a sports massage therapist, with 2 sons and 3 dogs. She also is a CrossFit coach & Somerset's only Dogfit trainer.

She is also an endurance athlete who now mainly concentrates on Canicross, Bikejor and Urban Mushing.

Being active is the largest part of her life. She's completed 4 Ironman Trialthlons and over 22 marathons.

IG: @meschee

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Daniel Ivey

Daniel started running in 2012, training for the London Marathon as a charity runner.

Since 2012 he has run over 250 different events including parkruns, half-marathons, full marathons and a lot of 10k races. He uses the knowledge that he has gained through running, to support others and help them get the most out of their running.

His proudest moment was running his first marathon in London in 2012. Dan's family waited for him on the Mall, which is the last bit of the marathon. He picked his youngest son up over the barrier and ran the last bit with him.

This year he is aiming to continue his journey to better health and better fitness, and his main aim is learn to pace himself at races so he can keep the same pace all the way round, and not slow down towards the end.

Dan was asked by a friend if he would run with their daughter, Aimee as she just loves running and prefers running long distance. They run a 5k every Saturday at their local parkrun, and they have run 10k races and half marathons together. Aimee would love to run a full marathon.

His regular run is the Tonbridge parkrun where he always spend around 30 minutes after the run answering questions from fellow runners. People always send me questions through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and he am always willing to spend time helping people, using what he have learnt to help others.

Facebook group - - Dan set this group up in 2014 and we have over 12,000 members from around the world and he looks after it on a daily basis along with 4 admins who make it all possible by helping out.

Career Highlights:

  • PB at Brighton Marathon of 3:41.
  • PB at Worthing Half Marathon of 1:34.
  • Seeing my running buddy Aimee get a PB of 49 minutes for a 10k race.

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Age: 42

Occupation: IT Consultant

Sport: Runner - Road & Trail

Pre-race Ritual: I always get my race kit ready the night before and make sure my running number is on my running vest, Suunto watch charged and plasters at the ready.

Favourite Cheat Food: Do I have to pick just one?

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Andrew Ingleton

Andrew is a young athlete from Salisbury who runs middle distance on the track and 5k and 10k's on a regular basis.

He's represented Wiltshire in both Cross-Country and Track, racing 1500 and 3000 and up to 6km XC. He trains regularly and runs with his Mum sometimes, even pushing the pushchair, in which his soon-to-be adopted brother smiles and claps the whole time.

Andrew is looking forward to lots of running in the coming year, and hoping to smash his PB's and meet lots of inspiring people along the way.

Anna Marshall

Anna is a student nurse studying at the University of Southampton, soon to qualify and start her career at The Royal Marsden in Chelsea.

Three years ago her friend Alex dragged me out for her first run and Anna admits that she hated it! She stuck at it because it was a nice excuse to meet up with Alex regularly. Three years on, she can safely safe running has changed her life. Anna loves everything about it... How social it is, the sense of achievement every run brings and the positive impact it has on her mental health.

She has completed Budapest, Prague and Ibiza Marathon, as well as a few half marathons in the UK. As long as her legs let her she wants to continue running marathons, and hopefully one day be the oldest woman ever to run one!

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Ian Pullen

I am on a journey to 100 marathon club and along the way have chosen to do some crazy challenges of 50 miler 100 miler and 10 marathons in 10 days. My goal is to try and encourage and motivate others to either start running 5k or to take up some bigger challenges which if I can do then anyone can.

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