Fastest Known Time - FKT

The best routes: what are they, who did them, and how fast?

Interviews each week with FKT-setters and other athletes and figures in the world of Fastest Known Times.

Michael Wardian has set the FKT on the Israel National Trail, completing the 1016 km in 10 days 16 hours 36 minutes.

The 2018 Fastest Known Time of the Year awards for FKTs set in Europe.

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  • stephenmessur:
    Due to schedule changes, this has been postponed! Coming soon! ;)
  • stephenmessur:
    I will be going unsupported on the Paumanok Path beginning Friday morning. I'll be tracking using Strava as well as my inReach.  https://share.garmin.com/StephenMessur Cheers!
  • marcy_beard:
    Way to go Kathleen!  I love all the photos, many good memories.  Also memories of how challenging that was.  Well done. Re: the InReach, I use Preset messages at the start and end (and any turnaround or top-of-the-mountain spots) as additional… read more »
  • fernando.kevinm:
    I'll be making an unsupported attempt at this route from Pittsburgh to Cumberland beginning the morning of Friday, June 7. Here is a link to my gps tracker: http://us0-share.inreach.garmin.com/kevinmfernando Admin Note:  Kevin went for about 12… read more »
  • cactusjack:
    Greetings FKT community. We, John L. Senter and Denton L. Akers Jr, are formally announcing a fastest known time attempt northbound on the Appalachian Trail. This attempt will be done as a team and self supported. Our campaign will begin from the… read more »