SA-born amputee breaks the world record after running 104 consecutive marathons

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SA-­born athlete Jacky Hunt-­Broersma completed 104 marathons in 104 days. (PHOTO: Supplied)
SA-­born athlete Jacky Hunt-­Broersma completed 104 marathons in 104 days. (PHOTO: Supplied)

One woman, one leg, 104 marathons in 104 days.

This is the incredible feat performed by Jacky Hunt-Broersma – and one that could well have landed her a Guinness World Record.

The 46-year-old South African-born athlete recently smashed both the female amputee and able-bodied record for the most consecutive marathons completed.

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