44-year-old Toronto man low­ers Bruce Trail fastest-known time

Canadian Running - - CROSSROADS -

Adam Bur­nett low­ered the end-to-end in­di­vid­ual Bruce Trail fastest­known time by more than half a day. The 44-year-old from Toronto, com­plet­ing the ap­prox­i­mately 900k trail be­tween Tober­mory and Queen­ston through cen­tral On­tario, recorded a time of nine days, 21 hours and 14 min­utes. He low­ered the solo fastest-known time by more than 13 hours, a record pre­vi­ously held by Jim Wil­lett, who did the Bruce Trail in 2014 in 10 days, 13 hours and 57 min­utes.

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