29 Jun '16, 9pm

The Running Notebook

The Running Notebook

Scott and Jenny Jurek Expecting Their First Child Scott Jurek, a renowned ultrarunner who holds the record for the fastest thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail , may be entering the most challenging phase of his career: fatherhood. Jurek and his wife, Jenny, told Runner’s World in an email that they are expecting their first child. Jurek hinted at parenthood last August after completing the Appalachian Trail—in 46 days, 8 hours, and 7 minutes—saying he was going to take a step back from competitive racing while trying to start a family. Jurek has also won seven consecutive Western States Endurance Run 100 milers, and formerly held the U.S. record for distance run within 24 hours at 165.7 miles. Naturally, the baby is due on June 3—just two days after National Running Day.

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