Sandy Barwick

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Sandra May Barwick, MBE (born 1949), is a New Zealand ultramarathon runner who set a new six-day track world record in Campbelltown, Australia, 18–24 November 1990. Covering 549 miles 110 yards in six days, Barwick set a record that still stands today.[citation needed]

In the 1994 Queen's Birthday Honours, Barwick was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire, for services to athletics.[1]

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Sandy Barwick set these world records.

  • Track: 6 day 883.631 km, Campbelltown, Australia, December 1990
  • Road: 1000 km 7 days 1 hour 11 minutes
  • 2000 km 17 days 3 hours 1 minute
  • 1000 miles 12 days 14 hours 38 minutes 40 sec
  • 1300 miles 17 days 22 hours 46 minutes 07 sec
  • (All road records were set at the Sri Chinmoy 1300 mile multiday race in New York, 16 September - 3 October 1991.)

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