Long-distance runner dubbed 'superwoman' for running 160 km in 13 hours; breaks her own Guinness World record
Jacquelyn Camille Herron is an America long-distance runner and American ultramarathon runner who has etched her name in the history books again and again.
She was the first and only athlete to win all three of the road IAU World Championships for 50K, 100K, and 24 Hours.
She also held a Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in a superhero costume.
In April 2022, she became the youngest to reach 1,00,000 lifetime miles
The 41-year-old athlete is very popular for drinking beer and eating tacos during her long-distance runs.
The world records held by her are so many that they can be listed in a tabular format.
Now, she has added another title to her name by running 100 miles (160 km) in less than 13 hours.
With this, Herron broke the World and American Masters 100-mile track records and her town Guinness World Record for fastest 100 miles ultra-distance (women).
According to a report by UPI, she clocked the record-breaking time at the USATF 100 Mile Road Championships in Henderson.
Herron is a three-time Olympic Marathon trials qualifier, a 21-time marathon winner. She has won five USATF titles (50K Road, 50 Mi Road, 100K Road, 100K Trail, 100 Mi Road) as an untrarunner.