Fastest Known Time - FKT

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Athlete Route Start date Style Status
Josh Pulattie Oregon Coast Trail (OR) Self-supported In progress
Jacob Cooper Tahoe Rim Trail (CA) Unsupported DNF
Brett Mastrangelo Long Trail (VT) Unsupported DNF
Rosie Campbell Peak District Boundary Walk (UK) Supported DNF
Jessica Pekari Pacific Crest Trail (CA, OR, WA) Self-supported Not yet started
Liz "Mercury" Anjos Appalachian Trail Supported In progress
Avery Collins Nolan's 14 (CO) Unsupported In progress
Logan Williams Tahoe Rim Trail (CA) Supported Not yet started
Aurelien Sanchez GR 10 (France) Self-supported Not yet started
JOGLE / LEJOG (UK) Supported Not yet started
Alex Wright Colorado Trail (CO) Self-supported Not yet started
Becky Rogers Pacific Crest Trail through WA (WA) Unsupported Not yet started

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  • Tall Climber Kevin:
    Going to push this back to a later date this Summer. I got going and just felt very powered down... 10,000lb legs and not able to breathe well. I’m going to go home and sleep for a couple days and try to kick this crud. 😪
  • Shashwat:
    Credits to Kieren dSouza. He set the FKT (supported) on 16 June 2020 with a timing of 11:45:49 https://www.strava.com/activities/3622231007    
  • Allison42:
    Bentley-Grace Hicks is a Walking with KPeasey https://www.kylepeasefoundation.org/aboutkpf wheelchair assist athlete who has a slot for Boston Marathon next year since this year's race was cancelled. She orchestrated a little adventure on the Silver… read more »
  • christofteuscher:
    P.S. It turns out that the latest Oregon Desert trail maps (3/29/19) list the primitive "road" down to Alvord Hot Springs as an alternative route. See Section 14, Map 5 of 5 at https://onda.org/discover-oregons-desert/trail-resources So I'd say the… read more »
  • christofteuscher:
    I just submitted the route. I called it the "Real Steens Traverse" because it requires a new name, but I personally don't care what it's called. Both traverses are equally valid to me. Perhaps they could be listed as N-S and W-E traverse or… read more »