Fastest Indoor Marathon By A Man Wearing A Kilt

United States


Arlington, Virginia, United States / July 14, 2012

Christopher M. completed a 26.2-mile indoor run in three hours, 53 minutes, 51.00 seconds while wearing a kilt.

He set the record as a representative for Warriors On Course, a dedicated group that raises funds and awareness by those that are affected by Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Read more about the feat here.

- must run in an indoor standard 200-meter track
- must complete a 26.2-mile run
- must wear a kilt for duration of attempt
- must provide video evidence


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  • United States Tilly Racker

    Gave me the blues and then purple pink skies cleaning services lubbock

  • The Internet Eddie Hahn

    If it wasn't for the fact that he was running for an excellent cause, I would say this is a dumb record. (I am a combat vet too)

  • United States Emily Patricia

    We all hope to see more from you, Christopher!

  • United States Alex Cunningham

    Also can we get any footage of the guy who finished the marathon juggling four balls?

    • United States Christopher Crawford

      Barry Goldmeier, 47, of Rockville accomplished a feat never before attempted, an indoor marathon while juggling four balls, in 6:17:22. I am not sure whom he is sharing this record with but, I was there to witness it and I personally think that it would be awesome to have him and his record join me here at Record Setters.

  • United States Alex Cunningham

    iMovie ftw!

  • The Internet elaine landwehr

    thats my boy

  • The Internet Athena

    Awesome job! Congrats! :)

  • The Internet Troy Fisher

    great job

  • The Internet Wendy Lang

    Great Job, Chris Crawford!!!!

  • The Internet Laura Landwehr-Moore

    awesome job

  • The Internet Cathy tyer

    Great god baby!!!!

  • The Internet Tony Mollica

    Great job Christopher! Way to go!

  • The Internet Michael Lee

    good luck!

  • The Internet Miles Aitken

    This race was no joke. Very impressive record that should stand for a long time.

  • The Internet Suscipio Solutions

    This was for a VERY good cause !!! Glad we could help support the effort !!!

  • The Internet Anthony Simmons

    Awesome....I could never run so far, I would have to call a cab !!!

  • The Internet Lee Fisher

    I was there to observe this event. What most people don't realize is running on an indoor track, 211 laps, is much more difficult then running in a normal marathon outdoor event. It is the 100% flat surface and the almost constant left turn that gets to you. Plus, the boredom of seeing the same exact 'landscape' every 40 to 60 seconds for hours on end. Christopher told me he had a lot of fun, but his left side took quite a beating.

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