GR20 in 5 days

Even though the GR 20 trail normally takes 15 days, a Scottish runner Chris Upson has made it in five days. Exactly he needed only 31 hours and 46 minutes to get from Calenzana in the north west to Conca in the south east. To learn more, read his report.

Chris ran along the trail with 12 other runners (only 5 of them managed to complete the route in its entirety) from 12th to 16th September 2007. The record for running the GR20 non-stop is 36h53m by Pierre Santucci, with the previous record being 37h07m by Jean-Francois Luciani.

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