ULTRA ATHLETE DON REICHELT AIMING TO BREAK THREE WORLD RUNNING RECORDS AT LIFE TIME 23rd STREET
Reichelt will look to set records for fastest 100-mile run, most-miles covered in 12- and 24-hour time windows as part of Ten Thousand’s “Feats of Strength” series with all proceeds benefitting children’s health
Donors to the Life Time Foundation have opportunity to run alongside Reichelt on his world-record quest, be a part of endurance sports history
Life Time will be hosting ultra-endurance athlete, Don Reichelt, at their 23rd St. location on Thursday, November 3 and 4 as part of men’s training gear brand Ten Thousand’s “Feats of Strength” series. Reichelt will attempt to break three world records, while raising money and awareness for the Life Time Foundation, the charitable arm of Life Time which works with schools nationwide to improve children’s health through movement and school food. Reichelt is aiming to set new world records for running the fastest 100 miles, most miles in 12 hours, and most miles in 24 hours, all on an Assault Fitness manual treadmill.
Start: Thursday, November 3 | 9 a.m.
Finish: Friday, November 4 | 9 a.m.
Life Time 23rd Street
60 W 23rd St. / New York, NY 10010 / 212.381.8900
One of the world’s most accomplished trail and ultra-runners, Reichelt has recorded a multitude of first place finishes including wins at the 2021 Salt Flats Endurance Run 50K, 2020 Cold Water Rumble 20 Mile, and 2019 Lean Horse 100 Mile. People who donate to the Life Time Foundation will be able to run alongside Don on his trek to this world record trifecta.
To register for a run slot, or donate, visit https://give.ltfoundation.org/campaign/ten-thousand-feats-of-strength/c441723