100-Mile World Record Disqualified after Controversial Racecourse Measurement Error

100-Mile World Record Disqualified after Controversial Racecourse Measurement Error Camille Herron’s 100-mile world record of 12 hours and 41 minutes was discounted after USA Track & Field refused to certify results, claiming course was several hundred feet too short, a claim contested by Herron and race organizers.

By Main Street Sentinel Staff In February 2022, 40-year-old Camille Herron, one of the world’s most accomplished professional ultrarunners, beat the world record for the 100-mile, finishing in a mere…







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