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October 4, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Sandy Barwick, 43, a receptionist from Auckland, New Zealand, became the first woman to finish the Sri Chinmoy 1,300-mile race, the world's longest certified run. It took her 17 days 22 hours to reach the finish line in New York. Al Bowie of Vancouver, Canada, set a world best of 16 days 19 hours in winning the men's title.
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October 4, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Sandy Barwick, 43, a receptionist from Auckland, New Zealand, became the first woman to finish the Sri Chinmoy 1,300-mile race, the world's longest certified run. It took her 17 days 22 hours to reach the finish line in New York. Al Bowie of Vancouver, Canada, set a world best of 16 days 19 hours in winning the men's title.
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