Damian Hall FKT Pennine Way Finish
The Pennine Way is Great Britain’s oldest – and arguably toughest – National Trail. It follows a remote upland spine, wriggling its way from Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders to Edale in Derbyshire and incorporates around 37,000ft of gruelling ascent. inov-8 ambassador Damian, who has been planning this for a long time, began from Kirk Yetholm on Wednesday morning.
He made his attempt Carbon Negative and fuelled without animal products or plastic waste. The 44-year-old dad-of-two from Wiltshire, England, also collected litter from the trail as he went, running from north-to-south in the new TERRAULTRA G 270 shoes with Graphene-Grip. He was supported throughout by friends and fellow runners.