Record Holding Ultra Runner | Rhys Jenkins | Rokman Podcast #01

Record Holding Ultra Runner | Rhys Jenkins | Rokman Podcast #01

 

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Rhys Jenkins is a world record holding ultra-endurance athlete from Cardiff, South Wales, who, over the last 10 years, has raised over £125,000 for various charities. In 2019, Rhys became Wales' first-ever competitor in the notorious Badwater 135 ultramarathon, renowned for being the hardest footrace on the planet. In 2020, Rhys set a new fastest-know-time for the 870 mile Wales Coast Path, beating the previous record by just 2 hours 19 minutes. In 2021, Rhys set a new record running the length of Great Britain whilst summiting the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales.

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